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Will of Tjerck Dewitt


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Robert Monckton Esquire Captain
General and Governor in Chief in and
Over the Provinidce [sic] of Newyork and the
Territories depending thereon in America
Vice Admiral of the Same and Major
General of his Majesty's Forces

To all to whom these presents Shall Come or
May Concern Greeting

Know Ye, that at Ulster County on the Twenty third day
October Last, before Petrus [Edmundus Elmendor phleguire?]
There unto Delegated and Appointed, the Last Will and Testament
of Tjerck De Witt [underlined] deceased (a Copy whereof is hereunto Annexed)
who proved, and is now Approved, and Allowed of by me the
Said deceased having whilst he Lived, and at the time of his
Death, goods Chattels and Credits within this province, by means
Whereof the proving and [underlined] registering the Said Will, and the
Granting Administration of all and Singular the Said goo[ds]
Chattels, and Credits, and Also the Auditing Allowing and form[ally]
Discharging the Account thereof doth belong unto me, and that
Administration of all and Singular the Goods Chattels and
Credits of the Said deceased and any way Concerning his Will
is Granted unto Petrus De Witt and Andries De Witt the Execu=
=tors in the said Will named; being first duely [sic] Sworn well
and faithfully to Administer the Same, andto make and Exhibet [sic]
a true and perfect Inventor[y] of all and Singular thesaid goods
Chattels and Credits, and Also to Render a Just and True Account
thereof when thereunto Required. In Testimony whereof I have
Caused the Prerogative Seal of the Province of Newyork to be
Hereunto affixed at the City of Newyork, the second day of
1762 [1762 not written by original] December One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Two
Gw Banyar Dfeery


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