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Subject: Re: QUICKSALL (Burlington, NJ: c. 1700)
Date: Sat, 6 Jun 1998 20:10:23 EDT
These are my notes on William Quicksall who married Mary King (?) the parents
of your William who married Sarah (____). I'm sorry that it is all I have to
1728, Aug. 28. Quicksall, William, of Nottingham, Burlington Co., weaver;
will of. Wife, Mary. Children - Joseph, William, John, Joshua and Sarah.
Real and Personal estate, including Proprietary Rights. Daughter, Sarah, sole
executrix. Witnesses - Mercy King, Francis King, William Clark. Proved
January 6, 1740 (at which time Martha, wife of Thomas Miller, of New Hanover,
did affirm that she saw William Quicksall sign foregoing will).
1736, Aug. 21. Sarah Miller, wife of William Miller of Nottingham, late
Quicksall, requests that John Quicksall may be appointed administrator.
Witness - Joseph Rockhill.
1736. Aug. 21. Receipt of William Miller and his wife Sarah to John
Quicksall for L20 from her father's William Quicksall's, estate. Witnesses -
Rob't Lawrence, Elizabeth Lawrence.
1740-1, Jan 3. Inventory L113.12; made by Edw'd Beakes and Harmanus King.
>From the History of Burlington County, New Jersey, by E.M. Woodward...
"...William built his cabin upon this tract, and, as was the custom in those
days, his place had to be designated by somed title, and headopted that of
'Boulones,' which has long since been forgotten by most of the inhabitants."