Trustram Dodge Will
Trustram was married to Sarah
Page 352.--In the name of God, on ye 27 day of February, 1779. I, TRUSTRUM
DODGE, of ye township of Oyster Bay, Queens County, Island of Nassau. I
leave to my loving wife, Sarah Dodge, the use and profits of my house and
lands and all that is comprehended under real estate during her life.
After her decease half of my lands, buildings, etc., to my son Daniel, and
the other half to my son Stephen. My moveable estate to rest in the hands
of my wife for her life, and after her decease to my daughter, Sarah
Dodge, one feather bed and proper covering for the same; to my daughter,
Freelove Parish, wife of Townsend Parish, half of the residue of my
moveable estate, and the other half to my two daughters, Sarah Dodge and
Anne Dodge, equally divided. I ordain my wife Sarah and my sons, Daniel
and Stephen Dodge, executors.
(Signed) TRISTRAM DODGE.
Witnesses, Thomas Smith, yeoman; Frelove Smith, Elizabeth Smith.
Proved, Queens County, January 15, 1785. Confirmed, New York, January 20, 1785.