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Notes for Frederick Hendrickse Van Lieuw


In the name of God, Amen, November 19, 1712. I, FREDERICK
HENDRICKSEN VAN LEAW, of Jamaica, in Queens County, Gentleman,
being weak in body. I leave the use of all my estate, real and
personal, to my wife Dinah, which is not already given to my
sons by deed of sale, and she is to have an equal proportion
with my daughters in all my estate, to be at her disposal, "but
among my children."

And she shall pay to my daughters, Greta, Dinah, Elizabeth, and
Analche, when they are married, or of age, equal to what my
daughter Mary Probasco hath received. After my wife's decease
my house and lands and meadows and rights are to be sold at
venue among my children. If my wife should die before my
youngest daughter is capable of earning her own living,
"something is to be allowed for her bringing up."

If either of my sons, John, Henry, and Frederick, should die
without issue, the rest shall inherit his share. As I have
given to my son Frederick by deed, land in the Jerseys I leave
him, "and when he shall come of age to work upon his land in ye
Jerseys, my son Henry is to allow him a year's board if he is

My estate in Holland, if ever it be obtained, is to be divided
among my children.

Witnesses, Rem Dorlant, Hannah Dean, Benjamin Woolsey. Proved,
June 6, 1726.

From The New York Historical Society Collections, 1892-1902
volume features abstracts of wills on file in the Surrogates
Office, City of New York, from 1665 to 1800.

Abstracts of Wills Vol II 1708-1728, pages 369 & 370.

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