Sarah Watts

F, #1144, d. between 20 October 1718 and 4 November 1718
Last Edited: 16 Dec 2013

Family:

Archibald Mickle d. 28 Mar 1706

Children:

Notes

  • Immigration*: circa 1686; Pennsylvania
  • Note*: Will of Sarah Mickle, widow of Archibald Mickle, of Newton, Co. of Gloucester, N.J.
    Will written 20 Oct 1718, proved 7 Nov 1718.

    Names sons Samuel, Daniel & his widow, Joseph, James; and daughters Sarah & husband Ezekiel Siddon, Mary & husband Arthur Powel, and Rachel & husband Benjamin Cooper; and son in law Samuel Mickle. Executors brother in law Abraham Carlile & Joseph Cooper. Witnesses William Aflock, Susanna Howard & 3rd illegible.

    Husband Archibald Mickle's will had bequeathed his plantation in equal shares to his wife and eight children. Widow Sarah Mickle had purchased the shares of Samuel, Daniel & his widow, Sarah & husband Ezekiel Siddon, Mary & husband Arthur Powel, and Rachel & husband Benjamin Cooper, giving her two thirds interest, which she bequeaths to sons Archibald, Joseph & James. Also bequeathed to them are adjacent lands purchased of Ezekiel Siddon, near Delaware River. Eight pounds to son in law Samuel Mickle, 10 each to daughters Sarah & Mary, 5 each to executors, her clock to Rachel. Remainder of real & personal estate divided among "my six children" Archibald, Joseph, James, Sarah Siddon, Mary Powel, & Rachel Cooper.

    Inventory appraised 4 Nov 1718 by John Kaigin & William Alberson at 187 pounds, including 12 pounds of small amounts due from Henry Johnson, Theophilus Priest, George Hormon & Samuel Dennis; also "One Maid Servant 9 pounds".

    Abstracted by compiler. Viewed on FHL 533,145. NJ Index of Wills 58H.

    See also NJA 23 (1670-1730):317-8.2

Citations

  1. [S126] Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. II (Pa. & N.J.), Vol III (N.Y.). by William Wade Hinshaw. Originally published Ann Arbor, 1938. Reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co. Baltimore 1969., Vol II, Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, p. 596.
  2. [S170] Gloucester County, New Jersey. Surrogate's Court. Filmed at State Library of Archives and History in Trenton. FHL microfilm series titled 'Record of wills, 1691-1900, 1H-7635H'.
  3. [S413] Sketches of the First Emigrant Settlers Newton Township, Old Gloucester County, West New Jersey. by John Clement. reprint publ. by Camden Co. Hist. Soc., 1974, Camden. Originally printed by Chew, Camden NJ 1877., p. 141-6.