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Re: James Loder d. 1792,Sussex Co.NJ
Posted by: Fred E. Loder Date: September 15, 2001 at 20:16:21
In Reply to: James Loder d. 1792,Sussex Co.NJ by Jane Potter of 289

Jane and Elaine: I have remiss to something done in my genealogy connections. I can't you all the information that I have but this maybe helpful references.

James Loder, d. 1792 Sussex Co. NJ was intestate but the New Jersey Wills book has some information at 531S. B. 34, p. 187. Int. 1792. Inv. 1792. The Inventory, Nov. 3, 1792, was signed by William Lodor, John Lodor, Jr., Harvey Shaven. I have a copy of the division for the farm property, Book A, Clerk's Divisions of Sussex, Co. p. 113. The drawing signed 27th May, 1793, resided in the office since 1795 and recorded 10 May, 1809.

James' wife, maiden unknown, Ruth was married to Eliazer Smith as documented at the inventory before she married James, and after James death she married Joseph Kear, maybe Karr Oct. 25, 1798 as reported on the New Jersey Genealogy Magazine, Vol. 6, p. 68. She survived James about thirty years and the deeds records has a lot information about the children because they sold their interest in their plots of land before Ruth died. She died between 2/10/1820 - deed book P2, p. 84ff, 11/13/1822 the series of quit claims at W2, p. 381 and X2 pp. 42, 327, 329.

Deed Book C2, p. 401, listed the children as ("older Children of James" - John, Hannah, Rebecca, Sarah, Sophia) the ("younger children" - Job, Eleanor, Jane, Anna, Johanna).

Deed Book W2 p. 381 has a lot information. He died about Oct. 3, 1792, Oxford Tp. 231.25 Acres, "conveyed to him in his lifetime by his father John Loder by deed June 26, 1775." The children as daughters: Hannah Rebecca, Sarah, Sophia, Eleanor, Jane, Anna, Johanna; sons: John, Job.

Also the information about the quit claim for all of the children. 1/3 to Ruth Kerr, wife of Joseph Kerr, widow of James: Hannah married William Taylor of Amwell, Hunterdon Co. John Loder, one of the sons, vested his rights with William Taylor by deed on conveyence [this was apparently never recorded]: Rebecca married Esau Gerton and by deed conveyed her rights to Jacob Hiles: Sarah married Peter Merrill and by deed conveyed her rights to Benj. Sexton whose executor was Jacob Hiles: Sophia Married Jacob P. Engle and by deed conveyed her rights to Jacob Hiles, Jacob Hiles conveyed all their shares to George Hiles: Eleanor married George Hiles - her share to William Loder [brother of James] and from his estate to James Hiles: Jane married Richard Hixson: Anna married Robert Green: Johanna married Phillip Cool: Job Loder with Jane, Anna, and Johanna conveyed their shares to Richard Hixson.

So you have some information. I think I remember that the information about Job's family in Simcoe, ONT., some mention about Sophia. A lot of the information about Anna and Robert Green and their family. "The Robert Green Family" by Wesley S. Green, 1975. Contact Richard E. Green, 22 Continental Ave. Newark, DE 19711 (302- 292-1793. John Lodor Green with his uncle, Job Lodor, had a succesful foundary at Waterford, ONT. Norfolk Historical Society, Eva Brook Donly Museum, 109 Norfolk Street South, Simcoe, Ontario, N3Y 2W3 (519) 426-1583. Also:

Enough. Good hunting. Fred


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