New York City Wills, 1766-1771

John Gedney

Page 80 - "In the name of God, Amen. February 24, 1769. I, John Gedney, being sick and weak. My executors are to sell all my estate, real and personal, and pay all debts. I leave to my second daughter, Sybil, £20 when of age. All the rest to my children, Martha Covert, Sybil, Bartholomew, Mary, Sarah, Elizabeth, and John. I make Bartholomew Gedney, of White Plains and Elisha Covert, of the Manor of Cortlandt, executors.

Witnesses, Stephen Huestis, David Knapp, Joseph Strong. Proved, in Westchester County, March 28, 1769.