GRONOW, LEWIS. Tredyffrin.
November 3, 1782. December 2, 1782.
To stepmother Isabella Gronow £70. To my relation William Gronow £60,
and to his son Lewis £60, and to his son John "a lame man" £60. To my
relation Isaac Davis £60. To Mary Cochran £60. To Jeremiah McVeigh £30.
To Phillis, a mulatto wench now living with me, £30. Provides for
sister Sarah during life, also all the right, etc. given me by my
father's will to a certain tract of land on Cocalamus Creek, Cumberland
Co., until her son John Gronow Bull is 21. To said nephew John G. Bull
my plantation whereon I live in Tredyffrin, devised to me by my father
containing 165 acres when he is 21. To my nieces Mary and Isabella Bull
plantation purchased of James Davis in Tredyffrin including 32 acres of
located land when 18. To William, son of Joshua Evans of Willistown,
the lott in Philadelphia and liberty land belonging. Also Mr. Reeds map
of city of Philadelphia and book belonging thereunto. To William Magor
£30. Executors: John Beaton, David Davis of Tredyffrin.
Wit: Jonathan Evans, William Potts, Samuel Smith.
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