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JACOB  MURRAY  b-1732   died  5 January 1824  came 
   wife Susanna b-1742   d-30 May 1824   
#7459  will// Jacob Murray died intestate - yr 1824
bk w4 pg 215 Susanna Murray to David Lloyd 1826

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These documents show the land bought by Jacob Morets being sold after
 his death by his wife and children (heirs). They explicitly show the
 name changing from Morets to Murray.
They identify his children and many of their spouses and the 
intermarriages with the Shingle  Shenkel family

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bk z3. pg 37 Griffith Jones sold land to Jacob Morets -yr 1784- 
recorded 8 May 1826
This Indenture made the Second day of March in the tear of our 
lord one Thousand seven hundred and eighty four Between Griffith 
Jones of the Township of East xxxxxxxx in the County of Chester 
and State of Pennsylvania, Yeoman and Hannah his wife, of the one 
part and Jacob Morets, of the Township of East Nantmeal in the 
County of Chester aforesaid of, Yeoman, of the other part, 
Witnesseth that the said Griffith Jones and Hannah his wife 
in consideration of the sum of Five hundred and ninety three pounds 
and three shillings in current money of Pennsylvania unto them well 
and truly paid by the said Jacob Morets, at & before the sealing 
and delivery hereof the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged 
and thereof Do acquit and forever discharge the said Jacob Morets 
his executor, Administrators & assigns by these presents have 
granted bargained sold released and confirmed and by these presents 
do grant bargain sell release and confirm unto the said Jacob Morits 
and to his heirs and assigns two certain tracts or pieces of land 
situate in the Township of East Nantmeal aforesaid, The one of 
these beginning at a post a corner of a tract of land belonging 
to Thomas Williams ........containing one hundred acres and three 
quarters of an acre......(The other piece or tract Beginning at a 
marked Black Oak thence Michael? Boyers land....... containing 
seventeen acres and one hundred and forty perches...........

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#7459  WILL  of   JACOB  MURRAY   died intestate - yr 1824

To Joseph Pearce Esquire register for the Probate of Wills 
and granting letters of Administration in and for the county of Chester

Whereas my late Husbands Jacob Murray Died Intestate whereby the right 
of the Administration of the estate of the deceased did devolve upon me 
Susanna Murry widow and relict of the said deceased Now know ye that 
for divers goods causes and considerationy me the said Susanna Murry 
especially moving I have released and hereby giving all my right and 
title thereto to my son John Murry & my son-in-law Henry Diffenderfer 
Witness my hand the Eleventh Day of February A.D. 1824
Susanna Murry [mark]
Witness Presents
 
Jacob Hanske
Caty Snider

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attached is the obligation or bond of John Murray Henry Diffendafer 
George Shingle and Henry Hofacker in the amount of $3000.00 to 
guarantee their proper administration of the Estate dated 
11 February 1824

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A Inventory taken this 9th day of February in the year of our 
Lord One thousand eight Hundred and twenty four of the goods 
and chattels late of Jacob Murray (deceased ) of East Nantmeal 
Township Chester County as follows to wit:

To hourse bridle and saddle 10	00
To one speckled cow	    11	00
To one white cow	     8	00
To one olde cow	             8  00
To one black cow	     7  00
To one large heifer	     7  00
To one heifer ditto	     5  00
To one small heifer	     2  00
To three swine	             6	00
To one sheep	             1	00
To one Waggon at 14.00 
To ironning mill 2.00	
                            16  00
To one cutting Base 1.00 
a lot of rye un threshed	
                                        8 00
To one lot of hay at 3.00    
20 lots of Straw at 3.00	
                                        6 00
To a lot of Dung forks at 0.40 
To a lot of flour 0.08	
                                        0 48
To 2 pitch forks a Dung hook 2 flales	
                                        0 50
To sets of plow gear at 1.00 
To a collar blind halter at 0.25	
                                        1 25
To halter chains 0.37 
To lot of cow chains at 1.25	
                                        1 62
To wheel barrow at 0.25 
To half bushel at 0.03	
                                        0 28
To a lot of Winter Groun at 10.00 
To a set of waggon beams 0.50	
                                       10 50
To a lot of breakflaxits 0.40 
To 1 harrow at 0.75	
                                        1 15
To a chest tub a barrel and a trough	0 55
To a grind stone at 0.12; 
to a lot of Iron at 0.75	
                                          87	
To a log chain at 0.40 
To one axe at 0.75	
                                        1 15
To a lot of wedges at 0.40 
To half a hogshead at 0.40	
                                        0 80
To a lot of barrels at 0.50 
To lot of potaters at 2.50	
                                        3 00
To astove and pipe at 6.00      
To a cubbert and linients at 3.00	
                                        9 00
To 4 chairs at 1.60 
To a table at 1.00	
                                        2 60
To a bed and beding and bedstead at 8.00 
To sets of flat iron at 0.40	
                                        8 40
To looking glass at 0.50   
To a chest at 50   
To a gun at 1.00	
                                        2 00
To a lot of corn at 3.12 
To a lot of oats at 1.75	
                                        4 87
To 9 bushels of rye 
   at 42 per bushel at 2.70 
To a xxxxxxx at 1.50	
                                        4 20
To a lot of bags at 2.50 
To a feather at 0.50 
To a lot of poplar boards at 0.50	
                                        3 50
To a bucket at 0.50 
To a small bag of feathers at 37	
                                        0 87
To a lot of flaxseed an base at 40 
To a lot of Dug apples at 0.40 	
                                        0 80
To a bed and bedding and bedsteads at 9.00 
To reels at 0.40	
                                        9 40
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                                      162 81

	
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To a baskets and table at 0.75 
To Spinning wheel at 0.40	
                                     1 15
To a xxxxxxxxxxx at 0.25 
To building bene at 0.25
                                       50	
To a cabbage knife at 0.30 
To a wool wheel at 0.50	
                                       80
To 2 tubs at 0.37 
To a iron kettle at 1.00 
To a basket 0.20	
                                     1 57
To 2 skillets & coffee pot 
To a iron pot at 2.00 
To 2 buckets pails cherry at 0.57	
                                     2 57
To a fraying pan and ladles & fork at 0.50 
To a xxxx pan 0.50	
                                     1 00
To pewter plates xxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxx at	
                                     1 75
To fire tongs and shovel at 0.60   
To 2 pot racks at 0.60	
                                     1 20
To a lot of sugar at 0.30 
To a Doe trough at 6.20	
                                     0 50
To a xxxxxx xxxxxxxx, drawing knife and hammer	
                                     0 40
To a cow bell xxxx at 0.25 
To xxxxxx xxxxx 0.12	
                                     0 37
To a lot of flasein linen at 4.00 
To 2 kaigs a 2.25	
                                     4 25
To a bed and beding and bedstead at 3.50 
To a watering pot 0.20 	
                                     3 70
To a lot of cutlery for 2    0.50 
To a Half hogs head at 0.37	
                                     1 37
To cash in money	
                                    31 00
To bond on Jacob Harok to 50 
and interest 2.25	
                                    52 25
To 5 bonds on Jacob Murry tot of	
                                   435 00
To book account against John Murry	
                                   160 00
To book account against Jacob Murry	
                                   265 67
To book account against Henry Hufacre	
                                    65 67
To book account against Henry Diffenderfer	
                                    65 67
To book account against Philip Shingle	
                                    40 00
To book account against Jacob Hawk	
                                    40 00
To book account against Philip Diffenderfer	
                                    40 00
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                                  1215 89

Brought over from the first page   162 81
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                                $1378  70

[signed] George Shingle}
[signed]Henry Hofacker}   affirmed before me
xxxearces, repin



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The Account of the Administration of John Murry 
and Henry Diffenderfer 
Administrators of the estate of Jacob Murry  
late of the Township of East Nantmeal in the County of Chester, 
Deceased


The Accountants Charge themselves with the several sums
being the amount of Inventory filed in the Register Office at 
West Chester February 12th 1824


In goods	183 20	

In Bonds        487 25	

In Cash	         31 00	
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               1378 46

In Book Account	               677 01	

Advances on the sale of vendue	36 76
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	                      1415 22

   Errors Excepted                }
 
              April 2nd 1825        }
[signed ]John Murray           }
[signed ] Henry Deffenderfer}


And crave allowancy for the following Payments and Disbursements to wit


1 By Cash paid Register for letters of Adsministration	3 25
2 Do paid William Strickland esepences	                2 00
3 Do paid John Royer for printing xxxxxxxx              1 00
4 Do paid Henry Diffenderfer Store Account              9 85
5 Do paid John Murry for road tax	                1 75
6 Do paid Samuel Meyer for crying vendue	        1 50
7 Do paid Samuel Snider for Book Account                2 81
8 Do paid John xxxxx for coffin                         9 00
9 Do paid John Guidy Book Account                       3 22
10 Do paid William Umstead Book account	                0 99
11 Do paid Philip Shingle Book Account                  3 19
12 Do paid Christopher Haldeman for clerking	          75
13 Do paid James Huetisides County Tax	                3 99
14 Do paid Christopher Knauer road tax                  3 49
15 Do paid John Murray Book Account                    29 79
16 Do paid Andrew Keims Book Account                    2 17
17 Do paid John Smack for tombstones                    8 42
18 Do paid Andrew Keims for Henry Murray Estes          2 62

                                                     $ 89 38

Administrators craves an allowance 
on Jacob Murrys Book Account Insolvent	
                                                      205 67

	
Compensation allowed Administrators	               75 ~~
	
By Cash Paid to Register fees	                        6 31
	
By cash paid clerk of the Orphans Court                 1 ~~
                                                                                                                               $      377 36
	
Balance Due the estate	                             1037 86
	
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Jacob  Murray   REV   WAR
      Jacob  born 1732
      Jacob  came  to  U S A  abt 1769  as he was a servant  
to Knauer  in Chester Co Pennsylvania
      Jacob  marr 1763       Susanna
      Jacob  in  Rev  War  
      Jacob  died  5 January  1824   
             bur  St Peters  Cem  Chester Co Pennsylvania

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