|Birth: ||Nov. 5, 1697|
New Jersey, USA
|Death: ||Aug. 7, 1771|
Stow Creek Landing
New Jersey, USA
Caleb AYARS was Married Patience BROOKS on 29 MAR 1717 in Shiloh, Cumberland County, New Jersey, USA.
Their children are:
Nathan b. Jan. 28, 1718 d. Feb 1769
Joseph b. Apr. 13, 1720 d. Jul 1799
Jonathan b. Feb. 14, 1722 d. 13 Sep 1782
Abigail b. Nov. 24, 1724
Hannah b. Jun 11, 1727
Patience b. Jun 16, 1730 d. Dec. 28, 1785
Caleb b. Feb 24, 1732 d. 1756
Isaac b. Aug. 1, 1734 d. 24 Mar 1781
Keziah b. Jun 13, 1736 d. Feb. 1803
Timothy b. Apr 19, 1739 d. 07 Aug 1771
Will of Caleb AYARS, 1 Aug 1771 and Rebekah AYARS 14 Dec 1766
1771, Aug. 1. Ayars, Caleb, of Stow Creek Township, Cumberland Co., yeoman; will of. Son, Jonathan, 50 acres at the west end of plantation, where I live, joining on the north by his other land, and on west by Bartholomew Hunt, and south by Ebenzer Howell. Son, Joseph, salt marsh in Greenwich, that I bought of John Jarman; also 1/^ of the land in Salem Co., joining to his other land, Hugh Dunn and William Russell. Grandchildren, Michajah Ayars, Elijah Ayars and Azariah Ayars, sons of Nathan Ayars, deceased, the other l^ of my land in Salem Co., as tenants in common. Daughter, Paciance Bonham, 10 acres where her house is, bounded by Elijah Bowen (now occupied by Seth Bowen). I also give to said Patience, £10. Son, Isaac, rest of my plantation where I live; also a salt marsh in Stathams Neck, he paying to my son, Joseph, £20. Daughters, Hannah Parvin and Keziah Robins, £10 each. Son-in-law, James M'ferson, £10. Grandson, Nathan Ayars, 30 shillings. I give the rest of my moveable estate to my children, sons and daughters (James M'ferson, or his representatives, the children of my daughter Abigail, deceased, to be one of them). Executors — sons, Joseph and Jonathan. Witnesses — Benjamin Dunn, Jonathan Jarman, Elnathan Davis.
1771, Aug. 1. Codicil. Bearing to mind that I was to give my cousin, William Barratt, son of Caleb, £7 and 10 shillings, I now give it to him, when he is 21. Witnesses — Benjamin Dunn, Jonathan Jarman, Elnathan Davis. Proved Aug. 13, 1771.
1771, Aug. 14. Inventory, £220.9.2, made by Joseph Bivins and Reuben Jarman.
1772, Dec. 22. Account by Jonathan Ayars, acting Executor. Paid Azariah McPherson, £10.0.3; paid William Barrett's legacy, 10 shillings and 5 pence. Paid remainder of subscription towards the meeting house, £3.2.0. Lib. 14, p. 504; Lib. 15, p. 199.
SOURCE: Frank D. Andrews, ROBERT AYARS AND HIS DESCENDANTS, Vineland, NJ, Privately Published, 1918, pp. 9, 12.
Issac Ayars (1673 - 1761)
Hannah Barrett Ayars (1675 - 1726)
Patience Brooks Ayars (1698 - 1771)*
Nathan Ayars (1718 - 1769)*
Joseph Ayars (1720 - 1799)*
Jonathan Ayars (1722 - 1782)*
Patience Ayars Bonham (1730 - 1785)*
Isaac Ayars (1734 - 1781)*
Keziah Ayars Robbins (1736 - 1803)*
Rebecca Ayars Hunt (1696 - ____)*
Caleb Ayars (1697 - 1771)
Abigail Ayars Barrett (1700 - 1765)*
Catherine Ayars Jarman (1704 - 1760)*
Hannah Ayars Bacon (1705 - 1793)*
Esther Ayars Davis (1711 - 1775)*
Anna Ayars Davis (1713 - 1783)*
Isaac Ayars (1716 - 1761)*
Note: Church Cemetery Index Lived to the Age: 73 Yrs.
Shiloh Seventh Day Baptist Church Cemetery
New Jersey, USA
Plot: 7 space 28
Maintained by: Our Family History
Originally Created by: Geri Lilly
Record added: Jan 27, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 84083637
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