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Re: JOHN BRINK 1895 SAN ANTONIO TX
Posted by: Gene Lindsley (ID *****2512) Date: October 30, 2012 at 16:39:46
In Reply to: JOHN BRINK 1895 SAN ANTONIO TX by April Richardson of 922

April, I CAN'T PROVE THE INFORMATION I'M SENDING

I'M NOT RELATED TO YOU

IT'S SORT OF, YOU ASK, I LOOK, I FIND, I SEND

HOPEFULLY IT'LL AT LEAST GIVE YOU A START.

I ENJOY GENEALOGY AND HELPING PEOPLE

LAST BUT NOT LEAST, IT KEEPS ME OFF OF THE COUCH
John Delain Brink
Birth 21 Mar 1830 in Newark Valley, New York, USA
Death Living
Death 24 Apr 1895 in San Antonio, Texas, USA
Elizabeth Nicholas
Birth 7 Jun 1836 in Abbington, Luzerne County, Pa
Death Living
Death May 1861 in Milledgeville, Illinois, USA


Evaline Delphia Brink 1856 1941

Nathaniel/Nehemiah Nicholas
Birth abt 1810 in Wales
Death Living
Death about 1836 in Nineveh,New York


Philadelphia Taylor
Birth
Death Living


The estate of Knight and Sarah Taylor of Scituate, RI

Records found at the Scituate Town Clerk's office

Notes on the last will and testament of Knight Taylor, dated January 26, 1814 - Probate volume 4, p. 367

It was a simple will with a strong religious introduction. Basically, Knight left everything to his wife Sarah, his land and his personal estate. He called her "my loving wife," and Knight appointed her as executor on his estate. He said the real estate on which he now dwells was received as a gift from his honorable father Benjamin Taylor.

Administration on Sarah Taylor's estate, also in Probate volume 4. She died on December 1, 1817.

p. 478 - Sarah Taylor widow of Knight Taylor died Dec 1 1817 intestate. Isaac Medbury, one of the lawful heirs of her estate, asked that letters of administration be granted. Richard Taylor and Augustus Winsor both of Scituate and yeoman were appointed as administrators on her estate. She had at the time of her death "divers goods chattels and credits".

p. 479 - inventory on Sarah's personal estate, December 20, 1817

about one ton of cocran? hay under the case $10

birts and stalks, one cow $24, 11 bushels of corn in the ear, desk - bed - bedding, women's apparel, wooling wheel, bibles, baskets, iron pot, pewter ware, tramels, 3 barrels of pickels, etc. much of which I could not read ... for a total of $59.06.

p. 510 Richard Taylor presented charges against Sarah Taylor's estate. Of those owed money included Richard Taylor, Jordan Taylor for his work, Chris Smith, George Randall, Josiah Westcott, Elihu Brown, John Harris, Jonathan Potter, Richard Grayson, and John Potter. The charges amounted to about $10 more than her personal estate was worth.

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Previously I had proven that Abner Taylor was the son of Knight Taylor by a land sale deed I found in Scituate that stated in the deed that the land Abner sold was from his honorable father Knight Taylor. I knew from the 1782 to 1810 that Knight and Sarah had many more children than has been found by Taylor genealogists. So I decided to use the same trick, in reverse. I looked in the land evidence book for other Taylors who sold their land after Sarah's death. The main purchaser of this Taylor land was Hopkins Randall of Johnston. So I also looked in the land grantee section under his name. With this research technique I found 4 more land sale deeds for the following heirs and children of Knight and Sarah Taylor, and stated so within the deeds. I have provided the notes on the deeds on the individual pages in this ancestry tree. Here is the list of heirs and children I have found.

Abner Taylor - 1818 land deed in LE book 11

Deed May 1 1818, LE Book 11, p. 366-367 - heirs 1) Joseph Taylor, 2) Sarah Olney the widow of Captain Nathan Olney, 3) Isaac Medbury and his wife Dorcas (Taylor)

Deed April 9 1818, LE Book 11, p. 364 - heirs 1) Thomas Roberts and his wife Mary (Taylor), 2) William Nicholas and his wife Betsy (Taylor), 3) Stephen Roberts and his wife Lucy (Taylor), and 4) Henry Mason and his wife Nancy (Taylor)

Deed Sept 25, 1821, LE Book 11, p. 523 - heir Libeus Taylor

Deed Mar 12 1818, LE Book 11, p. 358 - heir Benjamin Taylor

So the heirs not known before and children of Knight and Sarah Taylor are 1) Joseph Taylor, 2) Sarah, 3) Dorcas, 4) Libeus, and 5) Benjamin.

Re: other children

Solomon Taylor had a slew of land records and I did not have the time to go thru these

Smith Taylor - Smith Taylor died the year following his mother, in 1818. There were a few land records in the name of his widow Hannah Taylor. She had been Hannah Hawkins, the daughter of Stephen Hawkins. I did not have time to go thru these land records.

Elijah Taylor - I found no land records for him thru the index book for 1880. I have removed him from my tree as one of their children because Sarah probably was too old to give birth in 1795.





apriljr01added this on 24 Sep 2012
lorrainejhawkinsoriginally submitted this to Adelbert Edward

Hope this helps ??

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