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Notes
a. Note:   hn and Jaques, executors."
  NYG&B Record, Vol III, No 1, Jan 1980. The Crocheron Family of Staten Island, by Charlotte Megill Hix, p 34. b 1679-80, Brooklyn; d bet 8 Oct 1723 and 7 Dec 1724 (will dates); m Sarah Lake.
  Dutch-Colonies, Oct 2001. Abstracts of Wills Vol II 708-1728, page 305: Page 7.--In the name of God,Amen, October 8, 1722. I, John Polyon, of Staten Island, being sick and weak. I leave to my wife Sarah all my Plantation and lands and meadows during her widowhood, but if she come to marry, then she shall have only the movable estate. After her decease I leave to my two sons James and John all my Plantation, lands, and meadows equally, and they are to pay to my daughter Marth Funtain £150, and to my daughter Alice Polyon £150. I make my wife and my son James and Daniel Lake, executor. (No witnesses' naes recorded.) Proved, December 7, 1724.
  Staten Island Census of 1706-1709. Pullion Sarah 3 2 woman; Pullion John 26 3 4 man; Pullion James 25 3 49 man; Poillion Sr James 60 3 54 man.
  Dutch Colonies, Oct 2001. Marriage 19 Sep 1704 (NA DRC).
Note:   Per Joanna Curtis, Mar 1997. Will of Jacques Poillon: "I make my wife Adriana, and my sons Jo


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