“All the remainder of my real estate with buildings for my son James.
“My light wagon to my sons James, Alexander and Joseph to be kept at my wagon House, each to have the use of it for light driving.
“It is my will that my son James shall have all the remainder of my personal property. The reason I leave more to my son James than the others is that he is to pay my funeral expenses and other just debts as he comes to the knowledge of them.”
Probated May 12, 1819.
14* i. JAMES3, M. MARY OLDEN.
15 ii. ALEXANDER, m. Miss EWEN; divorced; no ch.
16* iii. JOSEPH, b. Mch. 12, 1792; m. ELIZA HODGSON and ELIZA OLDEN.
17 iv. DAU.; believed to have m. a MR. MILLIGAN and rem. to Steubenville, O.
MARY STRAWBRIDGE3, dau. of COL. THOMAS (4), m. Col. ROBERT GIFFIN.
18 i. MARGARET1.
I 9 ii. CHRISTIANA,m. —– MONTGOMERY had son WILLIAM5, who was remembered in his great-grandmother’s will.
20 iii. ELIZABETH.
21 iv. ELEANOR, both mentioned in their grandmother’s will. Martha m. Mr. McCORMICK (?).
22 v. MARTHA
23 vi. ROBERT.
CHRISTIANA STRAWBRIDGE3, dau. Of COL. THOMAS (4) m. DANIEL MONTGOMERY. She was mentioned in her Aunt Christian’s will.
24 i. MARGARET4.
25 ii. HANNAH.
26 iii. MARY.
27 iv. WILLIAM.
28 V. CHRISTIANA.
29 vi. DANIEL S.
JAMES STRAWBRIDGE3, son of COL. THOMAS (4), m. MARY DALE, Who was b. and lived in Liberty township, Columbia co. (now Montour co.), Pa. In 1813 James Strawbridge was justice of the peace, and in 1823 was trustee of the Moorehead estate.