Davis Uriah I | Born 1707


Male 1717 - Bef 1799  (< 82 years)

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  • Name WOOLLEY, Daniel 
    Born 1/01 Feb 1716/1717  New Jersey Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 4 Jun 1799  New Jersey (Date Will Probated) Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I14164  Uriah Davis I - Genealogy
    Last Modified 21 Jun 2018 

    Father WOOLLEY, Benjamin,   b. 25/25 Feb 1691/1692,   d. 1773  (Age 80 years) 
    Mother STOUT, Esther 
    Married Abt 1715 
    Family ID F4377  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family ALLEN 
     1. WOOLLEY, Jedidiah,   b. Abt 1747,   d. 11 Sep 1802  (Age ~ 55 years)
     2. WOOLLEY, Montilion
     3. WOOLLEY, Daniel
     4. WOOLLEY, Joseph
     5. WOOLLEY, James
     6. WOOLLEY, Sarah
     7. WOOLLEY, Margaret
     8. WOOLLEY, Lydia
    Last Modified 24 Jun 2018 
    Family ID F4376  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • DANIEL WOOLLEY, son of Benjamin Woolley, 25, born Feb. 1, 1717;
      married, first, . . . . ;* second, by license dated Aug. 8, 1758, Patience Throckmorton; Benjamin Woolley being surety on the bond; third, by license dated Feb. 23, 1763, Sarah Allen; Daniel Jeffrey being surety.
      The signatures of Daniel Woolley on the license bonds for his own marriages are identical with the one as surety on the bond that his half-brother, Benjamin Woolley, obtained to marry Elizabeth Ribbet, Jan. 13, 1759.
      1767, June 1. Daniel Woolley and wife, Sarah, deed land that was bounded on the East by Benjamin Woolley, to Joseph and Daniel West, single men.
      1776, July 11. The Commissioners of the Loan Office of Monmouth Co., give a mortgage to Daniel Woolley, who has sons, Montilion and Jedediah, and is a brother to William Woolley. They also give a mortgage to Montilion Woolley, 103, on ten acres of land that had been conveyed to him by Daniel Woolley and Sarah, his wife, Mch. 26, 1776.
      1781, Nov. 25. Will of Daniel Woolley, of Shrewsbury, yeoman; proved June 4, 1799, mentioned:
      son, Daniel, to have one-third of the east part of what my father gave me; sons, Jedediah and Montilion, to have all the lands I bought of "my brother Woolley;" sons, Joseph and James Woolley, to have the remainder;
      three yougest sons, Daniel, Joseph, James; three daughters, Sarah Tallman, Margaret Thompson, Lydia Cobett.
      Executors: Friend, William Green, son, Daniel Woolley.
      Witnesses: Noah Taber, Peter Wolcott, Benj. Jackson, minor.
      Monmouth Co. Orphans' Court. A division of the real estate of Daniel Woolley, deceased, was made to Montilion Woolley, a son; to the heirs-at-law of Jedidiah Woolley, a son and devisee of the said Daniel Woolley, his heirs, some of whom were under the age of twenty-one, being Joseph, Jedediah, Daniel and Hugh Wooley, Abigail, the wife of Brittain White, and Elizabeth, the wife of Benjamin West; and to Daniel Woolley, a son of said Daniel.
      1802, July 12. Daniel Woolley, 104, deeded to James Tucker four acres of land to which he claimed the title by virtue of his father's will.
      And Apr. 7, 1803, he conveyed seven acres and nine perches to Leady [Lydia] Cobert that he described as being on the East side of the road leading from Corlies' Mill to Eatontown.
      Jedediah Woolley married Mary Remington
      Montilion Woolley born Jan. 1, 1749; married Abigail Tallman.
      Daniel Woolley blind; died without issue.
      Joseph Woolley seems to have died before his father
      James Woolley seems to have died before his father
      Sarah Woolley married James Tallman
      Margaret Woolley married Mr. Thompson
      Lydia Woolley married Mr. Cobett or Cobert or Corbet.
      *The calling of one of his sons, perhaps the oldest, Jedediah, suggests that the first wife of Daniel Woolley may have been a daughter of Jedediah, son of Ephraim Allen, born Apr. 6, 1695.