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Generation 5

Elishe Hunt, daughter of  Azariah Hunt and Anne Willett, married Nathaniel Stratton, 28 Sept. 1757; daughter of Azariah Hunt, dec'd. Isaac Jacob sec. "Marriages Northampton County, 1660-1854, Jean Mihalyka, page 108.

Nathaniel Stratton -Administration of his estate 14 Nov 1769- Administrator; John Stratton, Elishe, the widow of the dec' having resigned. Apprs; Zerobabel Stott, John Guy, Harold Joyn, Douglas Willet.-Minutes #27, 1765-1771, page 326.

Will of Elishe Stratton written 2 Dec 1780-proved 12 Dec 1780 Wills & Inventories, #26, 1777-1783, page 372. To sons John Stratton, bed, clothes, and furniture. To daughter Molly, bed and furniture and mahogany desk, to son, Nathaniel Stratton bed and furniture. To my daughter Anne Stratton, my riding chair and feather bed. Remaining estate to be equally divided by my four above named children after purchasing a suit of mourning clothes for each of my three youngest children. Son, John extr. Witt; Abner Whitney, Elizabeth Goffigon.

John Stratton, father of Nathaniel Stratton, born 21 March 1695/6, died 15 April 1751, sheriff of Northampton County 1732-1734 (See Stratton Register, Book 1 pages 145-146.)

Will written 14 Feb 1750 and proved 14 May 1751, See Wills & Inventories, XVIII-R, #20, 1750-1754, page 79. To son, Benjamin, 152 acres for which I have patent dated 27 Sept 1729, 12 acres in the Piney Swamp, and 60 acres lying between Major Peter Bowdoin, dec'd. and Margaret Johnson. Mentions 100 acres for son, Thomas, lying on the seaside. To wife Susannah, the use of plantation I now live on. To my son, Nathaniel 50 # , my smith's tools and my sword. To son, William 50# and silver shoe buckles, to daughter, Agnes, to son John, 25 #, To daughter Susannah Stratton, to daughter Ann Jacob. To my grandson John Stratton. Friends-John Wilkins, Sr., and Major Edward Robins to assist my wife's executorship. Witt; Robert Warren, Jr., Thomas Moor.

Benjamin Stratton, father of John Stratton, was born 25 Feb 1657/8 and died 22 Oct 1717 at Stratton Manor, See Stratton Register. Benjamin owned 745 acres as shown in Quit Rent Rolls. Ann Wilkins, his wife, was born 11 Feb 1662 and died 16 June 1700. Ann Wilkins was a daughter of Nathaniel Wilkins who was a brother of Anne Wilkins wo married Captain Thomas Hunt, Generation 2. Nathaniel Wilkins married Frances Hunt, widow of Edmond Bibby, and Frances Hunt was a daughter of Lt Thomas Hunt and Joane Gawton.

Will of Benjamin Stratton written 29 June 1716 and proved 19 Nov 1717 See Wills, Etc., XXII-R, #15, 1717-1725, page 10. To son, Benjamin, my 247 acre plantation I, now, live on and for want of his heirs, to my son, John. To son John, my 100 acre plantation on the seaboard side. 12 acres bought of Edmund Bibby in the Pine Swamp, and 100 acres conveyed to me by William Watterson conveyed to me by deed 30 Sept 1695. To my grandson, Benjamin Johnson, to my grand-daughter, Ann Johnson a 35s piece of gold called a "Portugall Mayder".  My sons Benjanin and John residual legatees and extrs, Witt; John Robins, Richard Thurman, and Dixon Knight. 

 

 

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