The Generations of Thomas Pine Petznick

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Thomas Pine Petznick


Notes for James Pine

Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744

Page 227

Page 93.--In the name of God, Amen, January 25, 173 4/5. I, JAMES PINE, of Hempstead, in Queens County, being sick in body, "I direct that the funerals of my body to be such as shall beseem a Christian." I leave to James Pine, Jr., son of William Pine of Hempstead, 70, with all other deeds of rights, titles, and all other effects he now has in his keeping. I leave to Mary Hall, daughter of said William Pine, bed and bedding and other things in her keeping; Also 48. To Elizabeth Hall, daughter of said William Pine, 20. To Sarah Smith, daughter of William Pine, 20. To Daniel Pine, son of John Pine, 10 shillings. I leave all the rest to James Pine, Jr., son of William Pine, and to Elizabeth Hall, Sarah Hall, and Mary Hall, all daughters of said William Pine. I make James Pine, Jr., and Joseph Hall, Jr., executors.


Abstracts of Wills Vol V 1754-1760


Page 211

Page 441.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JAMES PINE, JR., of Rye, in Westchester County, being sick, this 17 of September, 1753. All my estate, real and personal, is to be sold by my executors, and after the paying of debts and funeral charges and costs of proving this will, I leave to my son James 300 when 21. To my son John 300 when 21, and to my sons, Benjamin Pine and Smith Pine, each 300 when of age. To my wife Phebe all the rest of my estate during her widowhood, and then to my sons. I make my trusty friend and brother in law, Richard Willis, and Richard Smith, and James Smith, executors.
Witnesses, John Doughty, Letitia Doughty, Hachaliah Theall. Proved, December 21, 1757.



Abstracts of Wills Vol VI 1760-1766

Page 254

Page 121.--In the name of God, Amen, August 25, 1757. I, ADAM SEAMAN, of Rye, in Westchester County. I direct all debts and charges of settling my estate to be paid. I leave to my sons, Adam, James, Israel, Richard, and Samuel, all my lands and tenements, and rights of lands in New York, Connecticutt, or elsewhere, "first allowing my eldest son, Adam, 50." My executors are to divide the lands, and may sell if expedient. After payment of debts, all the rest of my movable estate to my 4 daughters, Letitia, wife of John Doughty, Jane, Hannah, and Mary, "whom I had by my first wife." And whereas at the marriage of my daughter Letitia a considerable quantity of my movable estate was delivered to her, and an inventory made by John Thomas, Esq., these are all to be accounted part of my estate, and divided among all my daughters. I make my brothers-in-law, James Pine and Richard Willis, of Rye, executors.
Witnesses, Nathan Purdy, Aeltie Flamen, John Carhart, schoolmaster. Proved, June 18, 1763. At that time Richard Willis was the surviving executor, and he having resigned, Letters of Administration were granted to Benjamin Brown, Jr., creditor.


Page 162.--In the name of God, Amen, September 13, 1765. I, AFTER (ARTHUR) BURTIS, of Oyster Bay, in Queens County, on the Island of Nassau, cooper, being sick. All debts to be paid by my executors. I leave to my wife Sarah 30 out of my estate, "and all she had or was entitled to before I married her." If my wife Sarah should have a living child by me, I leave all my estate, except my woolen wearing apparell, for the use of said child. But if she has no child, I leave all my estate as follows: To my brother Henry all my wearing apparell, and all the rest of my estate to my brother Henry and to my mother and five sisters (not named). I make my brother Henry and my cousin, Benjamin Crooker, both of Oyster Bay, executors.
Witnesses, Jacob Titus, James Pine, Micajah Townsend. Proved, September 26, 1765.


Abstracts of Wills, Vol XVII, Corrections Vol II


Page 315
VOLUME VIII.

PAGE 18.
12 lines from top for 1760 read 1768.
18 lines from top for Jonas Pine read James Pine, also add
deceased after James Pine.


Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771


Page 405

Page 544.--In the name of God, Amen, December 23, 1770. I, JOHN PINE, of East Chester, being sick. I order all debts paid. I leave to my daughter Phebe 200, "with two good beds and the furniture, and one good horse and saddle when she is of age." I leave to my daughter Hannah 200, and 2 good beds, and a good horse and saddle. To my wife Jane 1/3 of all the remainder, "as the Law directs." All the rest of my estate I leave to my son James, to be delivered to him by my executors when of age. I make John Townsend, of East Chester, and Peter Bennett, of New Rochelle, and my wife, executors.
Witnesses, Isaac Coutant, John Allee, James Willis. Proved, February 4, 1771.


Abstracts of Wills, Vol XII, 1782-1784

Page 92

Page 56.--In the name of God, Amen. On the thirtieth day of July in the thirteenth year of our sovereign lord George Third, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland; King, Defender of the Faith, etc., A.D. 1773. I, JAMES PINE, of the Township of New Rochel, Westchester County, yeoman, being weak in body. All my just debts and funeral charges to be first paid by my executors out of my estate. I leave to my grandson, James Pine, son of James Pine, of the Township of Rye, Westchester County, five shillings as a bar against him to any part of my estate. Unto my grandson James (son of John Pine, of the Township of East Chester, deceased), all lands and tenements, bought of Gilead Hunt, of the Town of Rochel, which are in the Town of East Chester and Manor of Pelham; together with the dwelling house, mill, and mill-barns. Unto my son Samuel, living in Kings Street, in Fairfield County, in the Colony of Connecticut, 100; also 200 for the use of my two daughters, Elizabeth Willis and Mary Bonnett, both of the Township of Rochel, in equal shares, payable at his discretion. Unto my two granddaughters, Phebe and Hannah Pine (daughters of my son John, deceased), of East Chester; and other of my granddaughters, Elizabeth and Mary Pine (daughters of my son Micah, late of the City of New York, deceased, mariner), each an equal part of the remainder of my real and personal personal
estate. I make my son, Samuel Pine, and Peter Bonnett, of New Rochel, executors.
Witnesses, Mary Willis, of Westchester County; Charity Peters, George Youngs. Proved, July 5, 1783.
[NOTE.--The above named executors relinquished the executorship; and letters of administration were granted to James Pine, on August 5, 1783.]




[PINE-1793.FTW]

[Thomas Pine Petznick.FTW]

Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744

Page 227

Page 93.--In the name of God, Amen, January 25, 173 4/5. I, JAMES PINE, of Hempstead, in Queens County, being sick in body, "I direct that the funerals of my body to be such as shall beseem a Christian." I leave to James Pine, Jr., son of William Pine of Hempstead, 70, with all other deeds of rights, titles, and all other effects he now has in his keeping. I leave to Mary Hall, daughter of said William Pine, bed and bedding and other things in her keeping; Also 48. To Elizabeth Hall, daughter of said William Pine, 20. To Sarah Smith, daughter of William Pine, 20. To Daniel Pine, son of John Pine, 10 shillings. I leave all the rest to James Pine, Jr., son of William Pine, and to Elizabeth Hall, Sarah Hall, and Mary Hall, all daughters of said William Pine. I make James Pine, Jr., and Joseph Hall, Jr., executors.


Abstracts of Wills Vol V 1754-1760


Page 211

Page 441.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JAMES PINE, JR., of Rye, in Westchester County, being sick, this 17 of September, 1753. All my estate, real and personal, is to be sold by my executors, and after the paying of debts and funeral charges and costs of proving this will, I leave to my son James 300 when 21. To my son John 300 when 21, and to my sons, Benjamin Pine and Smith Pine, each 300 when of age. To my wife Phebe all the rest of my estate during her widowhood, and then to my sons. I make my trusty friend and brother in law, Richard Willis, and Richard Smith, and James Smith, executors.
Witnesses, John Doughty, Letitia Doughty, Hachaliah Theall. Proved, December 21, 1757.



Abstracts of Wills Vol VI 1760-1766

Page 254

Page 121.--In the name of God, Amen, August 25, 1757. I, ADAM SEAMAN, of Rye, in Westchester County. I direct all debts and charges of settling my estate to be paid. I leave to my sons, Adam, James, Israel, Richard, and Samuel, all my lands and tenements, and rights of lands in New York, Connecticutt, or elsewhere, "first allowing my eldest son, Adam, 50." My executors are to divide the lands, and may sell if expedient. After payment of debts, all the rest of my movable estate to my 4 daughters, Letitia, wife of John Doughty, Jane, Hannah, and Mary, "whom I had by my first wife." And whereas at the marriage of my daughter Letitia a considerable quantity of my movable estate was delivered to her, and an inventory made by John Thomas, Esq., these are all to be accounted part of my estate, and divided among all my daughters. I make my brothers-in-law, James Pine and Richard Willis, of Rye, executors.
Witnesses, Nathan Purdy, Aeltie Flamen, John Carhart, schoolmaster. Proved, June 18, 1763. At that time Richard Willis was the surviving executor, and he having resigned, Letters of Administration were granted to Benjamin Brown, Jr., creditor.


Page 162.--In the name of God, Amen, September 13, 1765. I, AFTER (ARTHUR) BURTIS, of Oyster Bay, in Queens County, on the Island of Nassau, cooper, being sick. All debts to be paid by my executors. I leave to my wife Sarah 30 out of my estate, "and all she had or was entitled to before I married her." If my wife Sarah should have a living child by me, I leave all my estate, except my woolen wearing apparell, for the use of said child. But if she has no child, I leave all my estate as follows: To my brother Henry all my wearing apparell, and all the rest of my estate to my brother Henry and to my mother and five sisters (not named). I make my brother Henry and my cousin, Benjamin Crooker, both of Oyster Bay, executors.
Witnesses, Jacob Titus, James Pine, Micajah Townsend. Proved, September 26, 1765.


Abstracts of Wills, Vol XVII, Corrections Vol II


Page 315
VOLUME VIII.

PAGE 18.
12 lines from top for 1760 read 1768.
18 lines from top for Jonas Pine read James Pine, also add
deceased after James Pine.


Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771


Page 405

Page 544.--In the name of God, Amen, December 23, 1770. I, JOHN PINE, of East Chester, being sick. I order all debts paid. I leave to my daughter Phebe 200, "with two good beds and the furniture, and one good horse and saddle when she is of age." I leave to my daughter Hannah 200, and 2 good beds, and a good horse and saddle. To my wife Jane 1/3 of all the remainder, "as the Law directs." All the rest of my estate I leave to my son James, to be delivered to him by my executors when of age. I make John Townsend, of East Chester, and Peter Bennett, of New Rochelle, and my wife, executors.
Witnesses, Isaac Coutant, John Allee, James Willis. Proved, February 4, 1771.


Abstracts of Wills, Vol XII, 1782-1784

Page 92

Page 56.--In the name of God, Amen. On the thirtieth day of July in the thirteenth year of our sovereign lord George Third, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland; King, Defender of the Faith, etc., A.D. 1773. I, JAMES PINE, of the Township of New Rochel, Westchester County, yeoman, being weak in body. All my just debts and funeral charges to be first paid by my executors out of my estate. I leave to my grandson, James Pine, son of James Pine, of the Township of Rye, Westchester County, five shillings as a bar against him to any part of my estate. Unto my grandson James (son of John Pine, of the Township of East Chester, deceased), all lands and tenements, bought of Gilead Hunt, of the Town of Rochel, which are in the Town of East Chester and Manor of Pelham; together with the dwelling house, mill, and mill-barns. Unto my son Samuel, living in Kings Street, in Fairfield County, in the Colony of Connecticut, 100; also 200 for the use of my two daughters, Elizabeth Willis and Mary Bonnett, both of the Township of Rochel, in equal shares, payable at his discretion. Unto my two granddaughters, Phebe and Hannah Pine (daughters of my son John, deceased), of East Chester; and other of my granddaughters, Elizabeth and Mary Pine (daughters of my son Micah, late of the City of New York, deceased, mariner), each an equal part of the remainder of my real and personal personal
estate. I make my son, Samuel Pine, and Peter Bonnett, of New Rochel, executors.
Witnesses, Mary Willis, of Westchester County; Charity Peters, George Youngs. Proved, July 5, 1783.
[NOTE.--The above named executors relinquished the executorship; and letters of administration were granted to James Pine, on August 5, 1783.]




[Thomas Pine Petznick.FTW]

Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744

Page 227

Page 93.--In the name of God, Amen, January 25, 173 4/5. I, JAMES PINE, of Hempstead, in Queens County, being sick in body, "I direct that the funerals of my body to be such as shall beseem a Christian." I leave to James Pine, Jr., son of William Pine of Hempstead, 70, with all other deeds of rights, titles, and all other effects he now has in his keeping. I leave to Mary Hall, daughter of said William Pine, bed and bedding and other things in her keeping; Also 48. To Elizabeth Hall, daughter of said William Pine, 20. To Sarah Smith, daughter of William Pine, 20. To Daniel Pine, son of John Pine, 10 shillings. I leave all the rest to James Pine, Jr., son of William Pine, and to Elizabeth Hall, Sarah Hall, and Mary Hall, all daughters of said William Pine. I make James Pine, Jr., and Joseph Hall, Jr., executors.


Abstracts of Wills Vol V 1754-1760


Page 211

Page 441.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JAMES PINE, JR., of Rye, in Westchester County, being sick, this 17 of September, 1753. All my estate, real and personal, is to be sold by my executors, and after the paying of debts and funeral charges and costs of proving this will, I leave to my son James 300 when 21. To my son John 300 when 21, and to my sons, Benjamin Pine and Smith Pine, each 300 when of age. To my wife Phebe all the rest of my estate during her widowhood, and then to my sons. I make my trusty friend and brother in law, Richard Willis, and Richard Smith, and James Smith, executors.
Witnesses, John Doughty, Letitia Doughty, Hachaliah Theall. Proved, December 21, 1757.



Abstracts of Wills Vol VI 1760-1766

Page 254

Page 121.--In the name of God, Amen, August 25, 1757. I, ADAM SEAMAN, of Rye, in Westchester County. I direct all debts and charges of settling my estate to be paid. I leave to my sons, Adam, James, Israel, Richard, and Samuel, all my lands and tenements, and rights of lands in New York, Connecticutt, or elsewhere, "first allowing my eldest son, Adam, 50." My executors are to divide the lands, and may sell if expedient. After payment of debts, all the rest of my movable estate to my 4 daughters, Letitia, wife of John Doughty, Jane, Hannah, and Mary, "whom I had by my first wife." And whereas at the marriage of my daughter Letitia a considerable quantity of my movable estate was delivered to her, and an inventory made by John Thomas, Esq., these are all to be accounted part of my estate, and divided among all my daughters. I make my brothers-in-law, James Pine and Richard Willis, of Rye, executors.
Witnesses, Nathan Purdy, Aeltie Flamen, John Carhart, schoolmaster. Proved, June 18, 1763. At that time Richard Willis was the surviving executor, and he having resigned, Letters of Administration were granted to Benjamin Brown, Jr., creditor.


Page 162.--In the name of God, Amen, September 13, 1765. I, AFTER (ARTHUR) BURTIS, of Oyster Bay, in Queens County, on the Island of Nassau, cooper, being sick. All debts to be paid by my executors. I leave to my wife Sarah 30 out of my estate, "and all she had or was entitled to before I married her." If my wife Sarah should have a living child by me, I leave all my estate, except my woolen wearing apparell, for the use of said child. But if she has no child, I leave all my estate as follows: To my brother Henry all my wearing apparell, and all the rest of my estate to my brother Henry and to my mother and five sisters (not named). I make my brother Henry and my cousin, Benjamin Crooker, both of Oyster Bay, executors.
Witnesses, Jacob Titus, James Pine, Micajah Townsend. Proved, September 26, 1765.


Abstracts of Wills, Vol XVII, Corrections Vol II


Page 315
VOLUME VIII.

PAGE 18.
12 lines from top for 1760 read 1768.
18 lines from top for Jonas Pine read James Pine, also add
deceased after James Pine.


Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771


Page 405

Page 544.--In the name of God, Amen, December 23, 1770. I, JOHN PINE, of East Chester, being sick. I order all debts paid. I leave to my daughter Phebe 200, "with two good beds and the furniture, and one good horse and saddle when she is of age." I leave to my daughter Hannah 200, and 2 good beds, and a good horse and saddle. To my wife Jane 1/3 of all the remainder, "as the Law directs." All the rest of my estate I leave to my son James, to be delivered to him by my executors when of age. I make John Townsend, of East Chester, and Peter Bennett, of New Rochelle, and my wife, executors.
Witnesses, Isaac Coutant, John Allee, James Willis. Proved, February 4, 1771.


Abstracts of Wills, Vol XII, 1782-1784

Page 92

Page 56.--In the name of God, Amen. On the thirtieth day of July in the thirteenth year of our sovereign lord George Third, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland; King, Defender of the Faith, etc., A.D. 1773. I, JAMES PINE, of the Township of New Rochel, Westchester County, yeoman, being weak in body. All my just debts and funeral charges to be first paid by my executors out of my estate. I leave to my grandson, James Pine, son of James Pine, of the Township of Rye, Westchester County, five shillings as a bar against him to any part of my estate. Unto my grandson James (son of John Pine, of the Township of East Chester, deceased), all lands and tenements, bought of Gilead Hunt, of the Town of Rochel, which are in the Town of East Chester and Manor of Pelham; together with the dwelling house, mill, and mill-barns. Unto my son Samuel, living in Kings Street, in Fairfield County, in the Colony of Connecticut, 100; also 200 for the use of my two daughters, Elizabeth Willis and Mary Bonnett, both of the Township of Rochel, in equal shares, payable at his discretion. Unto my two granddaughters, Phebe and Hannah Pine (daughters of my son John, deceased), of East Chester; and other of my granddaughters, Elizabeth and Mary Pine (daughters of my son Micah, late of the City of New York, deceased, mariner), each an equal part of the remainder of my real and personal personal
estate. I make my son, Samuel Pine, and Peter Bonnett, of New Rochel, executors.
Witnesses, Mary Willis, of Westchester County; Charity Peters, George Youngs. Proved, July 5, 1783.
[NOTE.--The above named executors relinquished the executorship; and letters of administration were granted to James Pine, on August 5, 1783.]




[PINE-1793.FTW]

[Thomas Pine Petznick.FTW]

Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744

Page 227

Page 93.--In the name of God, Amen, January 25, 173 4/5. I, JAMES PINE, of Hempstead, in Queens County, being sick in body, "I direct that the funerals of my body to be such as shall beseem a Christian." I leave to James Pine, Jr., son of William Pine of Hempstead, 70, with all other deeds of rights, titles, and all other effects he now has in his keeping. I leave to Mary Hall, daughter of said William Pine, bed and bedding and other things in her keeping; Also 48. To Elizabeth Hall, daughter of said William Pine, 20. To Sarah Smith, daughter of William Pine, 20. To Daniel Pine, son of John Pine, 10 shillings. I leave all the rest to James Pine, Jr., son of William Pine, and to Elizabeth Hall, Sarah Hall, and Mary Hall, all daughters of said William Pine. I make James Pine, Jr., and Joseph Hall, Jr., executors.


Abstracts of Wills Vol V 1754-1760


Page 211

Page 441.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JAMES PINE, JR., of Rye, in Westchester County, being sick, this 17 of September, 1753. All my estate, real and personal, is to be sold by my executors, and after the paying of debts and funeral charges and costs of proving this will, I leave to my son James 300 when 21. To my son John 300 when 21, and to my sons, Benjamin Pine and Smith Pine, each 300 when of age. To my wife Phebe all the rest of my estate during her widowhood, and then to my sons. I make my trusty friend and brother in law, Richard Willis, and Richard Smith, and James Smith, executors.
Witnesses, John Doughty, Letitia Doughty, Hachaliah Theall. Proved, December 21, 1757.



Abstracts of Wills Vol VI 1760-1766

Page 254

Page 121.--In the name of God, Amen, August 25, 1757. I, ADAM SEAMAN, of Rye, in Westchester County. I direct all debts and charges of settling my estate to be paid. I leave to my sons, Adam, James, Israel, Richard, and Samuel, all my lands and tenements, and rights of lands in New York, Connecticutt, or elsewhere, "first allowing my eldest son, Adam, 50." My executors are to divide the lands, and may sell if expedient. After payment of debts, all the rest of my movable estate to my 4 daughters, Letitia, wife of John Doughty, Jane, Hannah, and Mary, "whom I had by my first wife." And whereas at the marriage of my daughter Letitia a considerable quantity of my movable estate was delivered to her, and an inventory made by John Thomas, Esq., these are all to be accounted part of my estate, and divided among all my daughters. I make my brothers-in-law, James Pine and Richard Willis, of Rye, executors.
Witnesses, Nathan Purdy, Aeltie Flamen, John Carhart, schoolmaster. Proved, June 18, 1763. At that time Richard Willis was the surviving executor, and he having resigned, Letters of Administration were granted to Benjamin Brown, Jr., creditor.


Page 162.--In the name of God, Amen, September 13, 1765. I, AFTER (ARTHUR) BURTIS, of Oyster Bay, in Queens County, on the Island of Nassau, cooper, being sick. All debts to be paid by my executors. I leave to my wife Sarah 30 out of my estate, "and all she had or was entitled to before I married her." If my wife Sarah should have a living child by me, I leave all my estate, except my woolen wearing apparell, for the use of said child. But if she has no child, I leave all my estate as follows: To my brother Henry all my wearing apparell, and all the rest of my estate to my brother Henry and to my mother and five sisters (not named). I make my brother Henry and my cousin, Benjamin Crooker, both of Oyster Bay, executors.
Witnesses, Jacob Titus, James Pine, Micajah Townsend. Proved, September 26, 1765.


Abstracts of Wills, Vol XVII, Corrections Vol II


Page 315
VOLUME VIII.

PAGE 18.
12 lines from top for 1760 read 1768.
18 lines from top for Jonas Pine read James Pine, also add
deceased after James Pine.


Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771


Page 405

Page 544.--In the name of God, Amen, December 23, 1770. I, JOHN PINE, of East Chester, being sick. I order all debts paid. I leave to my daughter Phebe 200, "with two good beds and the furniture, and one good horse and saddle when she is of age." I leave to my daughter Hannah 200, and 2 good beds, and a good horse and saddle. To my wife Jane 1/3 of all the remainder, "as the Law directs." All the rest of my estate I leave to my son James, to be delivered to him by my executors when of age. I make John Townsend, of East Chester, and Peter Bennett, of New Rochelle, and my wife, executors.
Witnesses, Isaac Coutant, John Allee, James Willis. Proved, February 4, 1771.


Abstracts of Wills, Vol XII, 1782-1784

Page 92

Page 56.--In the name of God, Amen. On the thirtieth day of July in the thirteenth year of our sovereign lord George Third, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland; King, Defender of the Faith, etc., A.D. 1773. I, JAMES PINE, of the Township of New Rochel, Westchester County, yeoman, being weak in body. All my just debts and funeral charges to be first paid by my executors out of my estate. I leave to my grandson, James Pine, son of James Pine, of the Township of Rye, Westchester County, five shillings as a bar against him to any part of my estate. Unto my grandson James (son of John Pine, of the Township of East Chester, deceased), all lands and tenements, bought of Gilead Hunt, of the Town of Rochel, which are in the Town of East Chester and Manor of Pelham; together with the dwelling house, mill, and mill-barns. Unto my son Samuel, living in Kings Street, in Fairfield County, in the Colony of Connecticut, 100; also 200 for the use of my two daughters, Elizabeth Willis and Mary Bonnett, both of the Township of Rochel, in equal shares, payable at his discretion. Unto my two granddaughters, Phebe and Hannah Pine (daughters of my son John, deceased), of East Chester; and other of my granddaughters, Elizabeth and Mary Pine (daughters of my son Micah, late of the City of New York, deceased, mariner), each an equal part of the remainder of my real and personal personal
estate. I make my son, Samuel Pine, and Peter Bonnett, of New Rochel, executors.
Witnesses, Mary Willis, of Westchester County; Charity Peters, George Youngs. Proved, July 5, 1783.
[NOTE.--The above named executors relinquished the executorship; and letters of administration were granted to James Pine, on August 5, 1783.]



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