Susannah (?)1,2

F, #2003, d. 25 May 1702
Last Edited: 4 Apr 2012

Family:

Robert Field b. b 1632, d. 13 Apr 1701

Children:

Notes

  • Note*: McCracken extensively explores without resolution the question of who might be Susannah's father. He considers in turn Thomas, John and Edward Stevenson, and Daniel Whitehead.1
  • Note: Susannah's husband died April 1701 at Newtown, Long Island. She was there July 1701. Soon after she removed to Chesterfield, Burlington Co., N.J., where she resided with her daughter, Susanna Marriott, until her own death.5
  • Note: Probate:
    "1702 Jul 1. Feild, Susanna, late of Long Island, now of Chesterfield. Bond of Susanna Marriot as administratrix of the estate of; Isaac Marriott and Hugh Huddy, both of Burlington, merchants, her bondsmen.
    "1702 July 1. Inventory of the estate (£105,15.--, incl. a Bible and 4 silver spoons); made by Henry Grubb, Christo: Wetherill and Sam'l Fornis.
    "1705 March 25. Statement by Isaac Marriot of what he or his wife Susanna paid out of the estate of her mother Susanna Feeld to Ambros Feeld, Gimioe (Jemima) Feeld, Nathan Feeld, John and Danell Stevenson (£65.15.8).
    "1705 July 4. Account of the disposition of the estate and quitus allowed to the administrator by Thomas Revell, Surrogate of West Jersey.
    "Burlington Wills"6

Citations

  1. [S166] George E. McCraken, 'The Fields of Flushing, Long Island', The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR) 113 (July 1957): 197-216 & (Oct 1959): 267-289., p. 205-208.
  2. [S143] Field Genealogy; Being the record of all the Field family in America...by Frederick Clifton Pierce. publ. 1901 Hammond Press, Chicago. Osgood Field contributed sections on 'The Fields of Flushing, New York' p. 85-129, and 'The Fields of New Jersey' p. 85-~136. [available on Google books], p. 107.
  3. [S166] George E. McCraken, 'The Fields of Flushing, Long Island', The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR) 113 (July 1957): 197-216 & (Oct 1959): 267-289., p. 205.
  4. [S108] Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey. by Charlotte D. Meldrum. publ. Heritage Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2007. 3 vols: Vol. 1: Burlington & Mt Holly Monthly Meetings; Vol. 2: Chesterfield, Evesham & Little Egg Harbor Monthly Meetings; Vol. 3: many sources., 1:5.
  5. [S166] George E. McCraken, 'The Fields of Flushing, Long Island', The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR) 113 (July 1957): 197-216 & (Oct 1959): 267-289.
  6. [S101] Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. aka New Jersey Archives., 23:160.
  7. [S166] George E. McCraken, 'The Fields of Flushing, Long Island', The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR) 113 (July 1957): 197-216 & (Oct 1959): 267-289., p. 208-210.