|Birth: ||Sep. 17, 1670|
New London County
|Death: ||Sep. 22, 1733|
New Jersey, USA
Thomas was in Shrewsbury Township, Monmouth County, N.J. in 1704. "Yeoman" Thomas owned a farm near there and property near New London, Conn., possibly part of his father's estate and was a man of means and some local prominences.
Will of Thomas Woodmansee of Shrewsbury, yeoman, 22 Sept 1733 - proved 11 Jun 1737
In his will, dated 22 September 1733 and witnessed by Richard Higgins, John Woodmansee, David Woodmansee, Piep Doan (?), and John Parker, Thomas Woodmansee directed that the plantation where he lived be sold, and also his interest in land in or near New London in New England. He bequeathed to his son Thomas 5 shillings, to sons John, David, Gabriel 5 lbs each, to daughters Sarah, Elizabeth, Hannah, and Margaret 4 lbs each, to son-in-law Ephraim Potter one shilling, and to daughters Leadea, Abigail, and Ann 4 lbs each, "all which Legasies is to be paid after the Land is Sould and the Debts pay'd and Lastly I give and bequest to Mary my wife all my moveable estate together with the overploth..." Executors were to be his wife Mary and George Williams of Shrewsbury.
Thomas Jr., John, David, Gabriel, James, Sarah, Elizabeth, Hannah, Margaret, Leasa, Abagail, Ann
Gabriel Woodmancy Woodmansee (1645 - 1686)
Sarah Woodmansee Ricks (1647 - 1690)
Hannah Williams Woodmansee (____ - 1699)
Mary Ware Woodmansee Taylor (1672 - 1762)
Created by: Max
Record added: Apr 17, 2011
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