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Mathew Woodruff1682

Name
Mathew Woodruff
Birthyes

Military

Birth of a son
#1
John Woodruff
1643

Birth of a son
#2
Mathew Woodruff
1646

Birth of a daughter
#3
Hannah Woodruff
November 1648

Birth of a daughter
#4
Elizabeth Woodruff
December 1651

Birth of a daughter
#5
Mary Woodruff

Number of children
6

Willyes

Note: Following is a verbatim copy of his will, Hartford Probate Court N° 4102.
Baptism of a daughterHannah Woodruff
April 2, 1654
Note: ged about 5 1/2 years"
Baptism of a daughterElizabeth Woodruff
April 2, 1654
Note: "aged 2 yr. 5 mo."
Baptism of a daughterMary Woodruff
November 5, 1654
Baptism of a sonJohn Woodruff
May 16, 1658
Note: age “15 yr. And upward”
Baptism of a sonMathew Woodruff
May 16, 1658
Note: "in the 12 year of his life"
Birth of a son
#6
Samuel Woodruff
August 26, 1661
Submitter

Death September 1682
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father
mother
himself
brother
31 years
brother
brother
brother
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-2 years
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brother
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-19 years
brother
brother
brother
-14 years
brother
brother
brother
brother
52 years
brother
brother
brother
19 years
brother
brother
brother
2 years
brother
5 years
brother
68 years
brother
3 years
brother
-36 years
sister
brother
brother
brother
brother
brother
brother
brother
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himself
wife
son
4 years
son
3 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
7 years
son

SourceWoodruff Geneology
Will
Following is a verbatim copy of his will, Hartford Probate Court N° 4102. The Last Will and testament of Matthew Woodruff senior I Mathew Woodruff being att this pressent very weak and ssick yett by the good hand of god upon mee have my perfect understanding now I doe think meet to sett that Little estate god hath lent me att some stay my will is as followeth — — — Item — my will is thatt all my lawfull debts shall be discharged and my will is that my son Samuell shal have three acers and a half off my plowing land which lyes in the great meddow next to my son John Woodrufs land my mind is that for itt he shall discharg all my just debts Item— I give and bequeath to my son Samuell Woodruff my house and my home stead and my meddow land in the little meddow and one acer and a half of plowing land be it more or less which lyeth next the River in the little meddow and my horse and one oxe and one yong boolock and five yong cattle and my cart and plow and plow irons of my plow and chains and harow and all my tackling belonging to my teame and all my tools and my arms and amunition and my Two tabls and two bed steads and my chairs — all these I doe give to my son Samuell with seaven swine upon that condition my son doth maintayne my loving wiffe his dere mother her lives time and after my loveing wives desease my will is that my son John Woodroof shall have two acers of my meddow land lying next to Thomas Porters land and one acer of plowing land over the river next to his own land which he bought of his father and my mind is that my son John shall pay to my daughter Hannah Seamor five pounds= morover my will is after my loveing wives desease that my son Matthew Woodruff shall have two acers off my meddow land next to my son Johns meddow I give him morover iff my son Samuell cannot maintayne my wiffe with a comfortable livly hood iff shee needs my will is that my dear and loveing wife shall have power to sell som of my medow land for to procure a comfortable livly hood Item — my mind is that all my out land that is layd out or shall be layd out belonging to mee I give to my son Matthew and my son Samuell Woodroof to be equally devided betwixt them both Item = I give to my loveing wife Two cows — one ffether bedd and all the furneture belonging to itt with the rest off my moveabls in my house to be att her despose too her daughters iff shee please September The sixt 1682 Wittness: Robert Porter Robt. porter made oath in court Decembr 14: 1682 Mathew Woodrofe did declare that the above writen was his last will & testament attest John Allyn Secry. The inventory of the astat of Mathew Woodruf deseast: as too Hous and hom stead 50:00 00 8 aight acars of Land in the Letall meadow 50 00 00 four acars and a half of land in the great meadow 22 00 00 all the ought Lands belonging to him 30 00 00 all the Living stock neat hog and swin 35 00 00 corn and hay and flacks 19 00 00 tooles and cart and plow and eyron belongin to them 08 19 00 bedding and bed sted – and furnature to them 11 00 00 Lining and wolling clos 10 00 00 bras and putur oyron and woodan ware 06 17 00 tabals chests chars tabull fram and timbar 04 02 00 moveabull goods: and barals and tubs 01 15 00 toles to manedg husbandry with armes and aminytyon 02 17 00 This inwantory tackan by us: townsmen (251 10 00) a payer skales 5s swarme of beese 10s -0-15-00 Thommas hart Thomas Porter Richard Seamar A Country Court hald at Hartford, Conn., December 13, 1682 Matthe Woodrofe his last will and Testament was exhibited in Court proved, and ordered to be recorded, and for as much as one daughter is not mentioned in the Will, the Court orders to be payd to that daughter, a portion equivolent to what the rest of the daughters have had out of the estate. The remaynder of the estate to be disposed according to the Will; and this court grans administration upon the estate to Samuel Woodrofe, with the will annexed.
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