Job Matteson: Birth: 1717.
Elizabeth Matteson: Death: ABT 1750
Phoebe Matteson: Death: BEF 1750
Note: In 1734 Francis was a Deputy. In his will proved April 28, 1750 his son Henry was executor. To son John 86 acres in Coventry, to sons Francis and Henry my quarter of farm in Pine Swamp. To sons Thomas and Job quarter of farm in Coventry, to son Thomas the remaining part of farm he lives on not already given by deed. To son Henry half of homestead at decease of testator and the other half a year after death of wife. To son Job to have benefit of said half of homestead for maintaining my wife. To sons John, Francis, Thomas and Job, 100 pounds each. To three daughters now living VIZ: Sarah Corey, Hannah Whitford and Elizabeth Matteson 100 pounds each. To all grandchildren 5 shillings each. To daughter Phebe Green's child that she left at death 5 pounds at age 18. To sons John, Francis, Henry, Thomas and Job, and daughters Sarah, Hannah and Elizabeth the rest of movables except my wifes bed, iron kettle. To wife, feather bed, iron pot, kettle, 2 chairs, and two pewter basins for life, then to children. To son Henry all bonds, notes, blacksmith shop tools, etc. To son Job plank and board mill. To sons Thomas and Job all iron at mill. To son Thomas's son Francis a lot of land in East Greenwich. To son John's son Francis a lot of land in Coventry. Inventory: 2,530 pounds, 3 shillings, 9 pence, books, 5 pound purse, apparel, 88 pounds, warming pan, pair of worsted combs, loom, still yards, foot wheel, punch bowl, saw mill, iron saws, mare, pair of oxen, 2 cows, heifer, steer, 61 sheep, calf, 2 swine, etc.
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