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My computer locked on me. I was completing the reference for the will of John Seener (As shown in Will Book) Will was proved 28 May 1709 in  Northampton Co. Wife, Mary Senner.  to my son, John Senner. Son, John, to be for himself when eighteen as well as daughters.  daughters, IsabeDaughters not named. Wife Extrx. John Savage, Joshua Cowdry,Hammon Firkitell, and John Tatum to oversee.

We now come to John Senior, Jr. who married Martha Willett, probably eldest daughter of Captain William Willett and Ann Stringer. William Willett will proved 11 Mar 1739, left granddaughters, Isabell Senior and Mary Senior, negro girl, named Nanny. When I return I shall repeat the will of John Senior, Junior.

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