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Re: Eleanore HENNION m. Henry VREELAND NJ
Posted by: Patricia Vreeland Boyle Date: October 07, 1999 at 09:09:50
In Reply to: Eleanore HENNION m. Henry VREELAND NJ by Jason Allan Coffman of 137

Hi, I'm sure we are cousins. I have access to much more information, than listed below. Please write and give me your Descendency from Henry Abraham Vreeland and Elenor Hennion

Elenor (Elinor, Ellen, Eleanor etc.) Hennion married Henry (Abraham) Frelin (Vreeland) on 27 Feb 1819 and is recorded in the Pompton Reformed Church, Pompton Lakes, Passaic Co., NJ. I am descended from Tunis H. Vreeland, the second child born of Elenor and Henry's 9 children. Tunis is my g.g.grandfather and is named after his grandfather, Tunis Hennion. Tunis H. Vreeland is buried along with his wife, Elizabeth Cook, in the Old Butler Cemetery, Manning Avenue, Butler, Morris Co., NJ. Tunis H. Vreeland; b-31 Oct 1821, d-9 Sep 1893

TUNIS H. VREELAND WILL AND CODOCILE, 26 October 1893 of Township of Pompton, County of Passaic, State of NJ
1. Just debts and funeral expenses be duly paid A.S.A.P.
2. Wife - Elizabeth - all my estate both personal and real (except for 5 acres here in after devised) during term of her natural life or during her widowhood and after her death or marriage be equally divided between his 5 children: William H. Vreeland, Jonas C. Vreeeland, Eleanor E. Cook (widow of Horatio H. Cook), Mohneinna T. Moorehouse (wife of Benjamin Franklin Moorehouse) and Anna L. Riley (wife of David Riley). To them their heirs and assigns forever.
3. Give Tunis Cook 5 acres lot willed to me by my grandfather Henion (Hennion). Should he die before coming of age or has an heir, said land shall be divided the same as the other real estate.
4. Appointment of 2 sons, William H. Vreeland and Jonas C. Vreeland executors of my last will and testament.
5. It is my will and order that if anytime hereafter before death or marriage of my wife, it becomes necessary for her support to sell such real estate or any part thereof,that she is hereby authorized and empowered to sell same and give in her own name a good title and fee, to the purchaser or purchasers thereof.
Signed and witnessed 26 September 1888
X His Mark
Abraham H. Vreeland, Witneess
William Roome, Witness
Charles M. King, Surrogate
12 May 1923, It was ordered that Letters Testamentary will be granted to Jonas C. Vreeland
William H. Vreeland died 1912 ---------------------------------------------------------------------

Made by William H. Vreeland - Executor
Peter Haycock, discreet and impartial person
Peter W. Mabey, discreet and impartial person

3 cows @ $18.00 each (54.00)
1 heifer $10.00
2 pigs @ $12.00 each (24.00)
12 pairs of chickens @ $.50 per (6.00)
3 tons of hay @ $15.00 each (45.00)
2 tons of hay @ $10.00 each (20.00)
1 bed and bureau $7.00
6 chairs @$.50 each (3.00)
1 rocking chair $.75
1 lounge $2.00
1 carpet 25 yards @$.20 per (5.00)
1 parlor stove $2.00
1 looking glass $1.00
8 kitchen chairs @. 20 per (1.50)
1 rocking chair $1.00
10 yards of rag carpet @$.15 per (1.50)
1 extension table $3.00
1 cooking stove $1.00
1 lot tinware $.50
2 stove pots @$.10 (.20)
4 iron pots @ $.20 (80)
2 iron tea kettles @$.20 (.40)
2 frying pans @$.20 (.40)
1 barrel vinegar; 40 gallons at $.15 (6.00)
2 bushels potatoes @$.40 per (.80)
TOTAL - $197.05
1 bond Harriet A. Morse and Charles Morse $50.00
1 bond Jane S. Cooper and Jacob H. Cooper $200.00
1 note Robert Haycock and Mary E. Haycock $300.00
TOTAL - $550.00
Peter W. Mabey, Appraiser
Peter Haycock, Appraiser

Source: (1), PETITION FOR PROBATE, Passaic County Courthouse - Surrogate Office Book C - p.p. 235 - 28 April 1988; (2), WILL AND CODOCILE, 26 October 1893, Tunis' Will is #14515 is at the Paterson, NJ., Passaic County Courthouse Surrogate Office, Book Q-Will 292, 28 April 1988; (3), INVENTORY, Passaic County Courthouse. Surrogate Office Book Q-INV74; (4). Bible records of Tunis H.Vreeland.


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