Page 285.--In the name of God, Amen, August 14, 1735, I, HANNAH SUTTON, of
the town of Hempstead, widow of Robert Sutton, being in bodily health. I leave to my 3 sons, Daniel, Joseph, and John, each 5 shillings. All the
rest of my personal estate, of whatever kind, I leave to my son Robert and
my daughters, Mary, Hannah, Elizabeth, Phebe, Deborah, Keziah, and Jemima.
And Mary and Jemima are to have as much as my other daughters have already
had. All my real estate is to be sold by my executors, "by way of vendue," and the proceeds divided among my sons, Robert, Daniel, Joseph, and John,
and my seven daughters. I make my son, Robert, and my son-in-law, Tristram Dodge, and my friend, Andries Onderdonk, Esq., all of Cow Neck, executors.
Witnesses, Samuel Dodge, Andries Onderdonk, William Burch. Proved, April 30, 1753. "Samuel Dodge, a known Quaker," being affirmed.
I tis thought that Phebe as listed here married first Adam Mott and is the widow, Phebe Mott, that Tristram married.