HENRY FOWLER, SR., March 3, 1730.
of Eastchester, in the County of Westchester

.--In the name of God, Amen, March 3, 1730. I, HENRY FOWLER, SR., of Eastchester, in the County of Westchester, being in health of body. I leave to my wife Sarah, the use of my dwelling-house and garden, during the time she remains my widow, and 1/3 of my movables. I leave to my son Henry 5 shillings, he having received the rest of his portion already. To my daughter, Abigail Morgan, 5 shillings, she having received her portion already. To my son Moses, 5 shillings, he having received his portion already. To my son-in-law, John Ward, 5 shillings. I leave to my son, William Fowler, 2 1/2 acres of land in Eastchester, on the northermost side of the Boston road as the said land was laid out by Palmer Doughty, Abraham Hyatt, and others. I also leave him 20. To my daughter, Susanah Ferris, 5 shillings. To my daughter, Eleanor Fowler, 10. To my son Edmund, 5 shillings, he having received his portion already. To my daughter, Mary Drake, 5 shillings, she having received her portion. The rest of my movable estate is to go to my said daughters and to my grand-daughter, Freelove Ward. I leave to my son, John Fowler, all and singular my houses, tenements, messuages, and buildings, to him and his heirs forever. I make my sons, Moses and William, executors. Witnesses, Elijah Taylor, John Miner, John Cuer. Proved, December 5, 1733.

Full Context of New York City Wills, 1730-1744, Page 117.
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