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Brick Family Generation 1
John Brick b. c 1640 England
d. c 1729 Gravelly Run, Cumberland, NJ
Brick Family Generation 2
Joshua Brick son of John Brick
Richard Brick son of John Brick
d. 1795 Mannington, Salem, NJ
married to Jane -----
John Brick son of John Brick
b. c1680 prob. Long Island, NY
d. April 1753 Cohansey, Cumberland, NJ
will dated 8-29-1731; Probate 4-23-1753.
John Brick, a judge in Cohansey, NJ, who came to
Cumberland County, NJ, before 1680.
married about 1703 to
Hannah Davis daughter of John Davis and Dorothea Gotherson
Elizabeth Brick Dunlap b. 1704
John (Hon) Brick b. 1705
Hannah Brick Hancock
Joseph Brick b 1708
Brick Family Generation 3
Elizabeth Brick daugher of John Brick & Hannah Davis
b. c 1704 Cohansey, Cumberland, NJ
d. APR 1761 Pilesgrove, Salem, NJ
m1. 26 SEP 1722 in Salem Co. MM, Salem, NJ to
Ephraim Worthington son of Robert Worthington & Alice Taylor
b. 11 Oct 1697 Ballinakill, West Meath, Ireland
d. June 1727 Piles Grove, Salem Co., NJ
1. John Worthington b 1723
2. Ephraim Worthington b 1725
Elizabeth eloped with Capt. Dunlap while she was still the
wife of Ephraim Worthington,
who "caused her to flee for her life."
M2 29 March 1731 mm, Salem Co., NJ (Salem Co Marriages).
b Penns Neck, Salem, NJ
d before 1761 Pilesgrove, Salem, NJ
3. Isabella Dunlap b. ? d. 1822
John Brick (Hon) son of John Brick & Hannah Davis
b. 1705 Gravelly Run, Cumberland, NJ
d. 23 JAN 1758 Hopewell Twp., Cumberland, NJ
m. 27 JAN 1728/29 in Salem MM, Salem, NJ
Ann Nicholseon daugher of Abel Nicholson & Mary Tyler
b. 15 JAN 1707/08 Elsinboro, NJ
d. 19 AUG 1778 Cohansey, Cumberland, NJ
Hannah Brick b 1741 Cohansey, Cumberland, NJ d. 22-Apr-1766
Joseph Brick son of John Brick & Hannah Davis
b. c 1708 Cohansey, Cumberland, NJ
d. April 1763 Stow Creek, Cumberland, NJ
married 1-April-1736 to
Elizabeth Carll daugher of Eliakim & Elizabeth Carll
Brick Family Generation 4
Isabella Dunlap daughter of Elizabeth Brick & Capt. John Dunlap
b. ? d. 1822
John Redstreake son of John Redstreak (1700-1637) and Elizabeth Pledger
owner of "New Netherland Farm," a vast plantation in Salem County, NJ,
1. Isabel Redstreake ( ? - ? ), who md.
James Smith Jr., son of her 1st step-father on 2/21/1774.
2. Marthew (Martha) Redstreake (1753/55? - ?), who
md. Samuel Pedrick -- grandson of Roger Pedrick,
who came to eastern shore of Hudson's south river in 1662 and
purchased 1,000 acres on Oldman's Creek for consideration of $5.00
(2.5 cents/acre). In 1662, English "heritics" from Connecticut
were then settling in Nieuw Nederland.
3. Francis Redstreak (1765-1840),
md. Hezekiah Lampson (1763-1811),
daughter of Matthias Lampson (1705-1773) and
granddaughter of Thomas Lampson, who arrived in Salem before 1690.
Francis and Hezekiah had 2 children.
5. John Redstreake (1769-1825), educated in England,
md. 1st/ Sarah Van Horn (daughter of his 2nd step-father);
md 2nd/ Sarah Smith (widow of Jan Van Culin), then
md. 3rd wife, Ruth Johnson, mother of their 8 children.
Isabelle Dunlap Redstreake
m2 to James Smith Sr.
6. fathered Jonathan,
8. Mary Smith.
After the death of her 2nd husband, Isabella
m#3. an aging Rev.
Peter Van Horn, a Tory supporter of King George.
They took John Redstreake (1769-1825) to England "for an education."
His older brother, Francis was left with his grandfather,
John Brick in Cohansey, NJ.
|NJ Will of John Redstreake, 1768:
"Daughters Martha and Isabel, 100 pounds each (then a very sizeable sum),
when 18. Son, Francis, the plantation where I live, when he is 21.
My wife is pregnant. If it is a boy, it is to be called John.
He will have the plantation where Alexander Hill now lives."
In a document which is impossible to read with 100% accuracy it appears that Jonathan Borden purchased property in the Township of Chester in Burlington County, in 1732. A survey was subsequently made. John Boulby held the original warrant for 4,900 acres. In 1693, part was conveyed to Thomas Hooten (?) a merchant, of Philadelphia-500 acres on the SW side of Northampton River and 100 acres joining the same for a total of 600 acres. The land was conveyed by a succession of land owners, until the 600 acres were purchased by Francis Hogsett, on 20 January 1723. In June of 1723, James Dunlap purchased 292 acres. That tract James and his wife Elizabeth Dunlap, [WJD H:144] of Salem County, on 1 March 1734, conveyed to Samuel Stokes, the son of Joseph Stokes, of Chester in Burlington County. The description of the 292 acres mentions joining land of Jonathan Borden, Joseph Hollinshead, Thomas Hackney, and Samuel Atkinson. In the last part it read "therefore I have caused the 43 acres to be......to Jonathan Borden with .....of the James......of 43 acres and is hereby conveyed to the said Jonathan Borden" it was dated 5 July 1737.
[Survey Book B:183]
I found this reference to the Dunlaps when researching the Borden family.
DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE
COLONIAL HISTORY STATE OF NEW JERSEY
FIRST SERIES — VOL. XXXIII
CALENDAR OF NEW JERSEY WILLS, ADMINISTRATIONS, ETC,
VOLUME IV — 1761-1770
A. VAN DOREN HONEYMAN
OF COMMITTEE ON COLONIAL DOCUMENTS
SOMERVILLE, N. J.
The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers
NEW JERSEY COLONIAL DOCUMENTS
1769, June 6. Brick, Hannah, of Cumberland Co. Ward. Daughter
of Joseph Brick, of Stoe Creek, said Co., dec'd.
Guardian — Ephraim Lloyd, of Penns Neck, Salem Co.
Fellowbondsman — Ephraim Brick, of Stoe Creek.
Lib. 13, p. 529.
1703, March 20. Brick, Joseph, of Stow Creek Precinct, Cumberland
Co., yeoman; will of. Wife, Elizabeth. % of real and personal.
Daughter, Sarah, 10 shillings. Son, Joseph, plantation where I live,
and the house we call the Read House, and the old house; also my
grist and saw mill; and he to pay to my son, William, £30, when 21.
Son, Ephraim, house and plantation bought of Leonard Gibbon and
Nicholes, of 177 acres
Son, William, 200 acres.
Daughter, Elizabeth, £20.
Daughter, Hannah, £30 when 18.
Son, John, my land east of Salem road, and, when he is 14,
he shall be bound out to a trade.
To my 4th daughter, Rachel, £30.
Executors — my wife, and son, Joseph.
Witnesses — Joshua Brick, James Glasspell, David Long.
Proved April 27, 1763.
1763, April 11. Inventory, £357.0.8,
made by Jonathan Ayars and Daniel Bowen.
1769, Aug. 28. Account of Jacob Brown and Elizabeth his wife, late
Elizabeth Brick, surviving Executrix of Joseph Brick, late of Stow
Lib. 11, p. 400; Lib. 14, p. 122.
1763, Nov. 2S. Brick, Joseph, of Stow Creek, Cumberland Co. Int.
Adm'x — Elizabeth Brick.
Fellowbondsman — Seley Mills; both of Stow Creek Twsp.
Witness — Bartholomew Hunt.
1763, Nov. 18. Inventory, £162.8.3.,
made by Bartholomew Hunt and Seley Mills.
Lib. 11, p. 475.
1766. Oct. 30. Brick, William, of Cumberland Co.; will of.
Broth- er, Ephraim Brick, £20.
Sister, Hannah Brick, £40, when 18.
Second brother, John Brick, £100, when 21.
Youngest sister, Rachel, £40.
Executor — my father-in-law, Jacob Brown.
Witnesses — Evan Butler, Robert Armstrong.
Proved Oct. 12, 1767.
I have another ancestor John Davis of Chester Co. Pennsylvania
John Davis was born on 11 Sep 1660 in Scotland.
He died on 8 Apr 1738 in Pilesgrove, Salem, New Jersey.
John married Dorothea Gotherson on 5 Aug 1680 in Oyster Bay, Nassau, New York.
Dorothea Gotherson was born on 13 Jul 1661 in St. Mary-Southwark, Surrey, England.
She died on 28 Sep 1709 in Pilesgrove, Salem, New Jersey.
Dorothea married John Davis on 5 Aug 1680 in Oyster Bay, Nassau, New York
They had the following children:
M i Isaac Davis was born in 1681 and died before 1739.
F ii Hannah Davis was born about 1684 m John Brick
M iii John Davis was born about 1686 and died on 16 May 1735.
M iv Judge David Davis was born on 2 Jul 1688 and died on 31 Oct 1754.
M v Malachi Davis was born about 1690 and was buried inv 8 Apr 1735.
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