LLOYD, GRACE, widow. Chester Borough.

April 6, 1760. May 22, 1760.

To brother Lawrence Growden 20 pistoles and to his daughter Elizabeth

Nicholson, 6 pistoles, and to his daughter Grace Galloway, 6 pistoles

and my clock. To sister Hannah Growden 10 worth of plate. To friend

Rachel Pemberton silver cup. To David and Grace, son and daughter of

Humphrey Lloyd 5 each. To friend Jane Hoskins silver porriger. To

the overseers of the school of the people called Quakers 200 in

Philadelphia. To Mary, wife of Charles Norris silver cup. Executors

to pay 10 towards walling in the grave yard of the Quakers in Chester.

To Martha Pettel 5. To Mary Little, widow, of Wilmington 5. To

Sarah wife of Robert Wade 3. To kinsman Joseph Richardson of

Philadelphia lott of ground in Chester, also 200 and to Patience

Richardson 5. Negro man Will to cousin Francis Richardson of

Philadelphia. Leaves lot of ground for burying place for negroes under

the care of Overseers of Friends Meeting in Chester. To Jennet Low

widow late of Chester 5. To Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia

25. Executors: Israel Pemberton and Francis Richardson.

Trustee: Joseph Parker.

Letters to Richardson, the other renouncing.

Witnesses: Jane Bezer, Esther Bickerdike, John Eyre.