Clowes, Milicant

Clowes, Milicant

Female Abt 1706 - Unknown

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  • Name Clowes, Milicant 
    Born Abt Jul 1706 
    Gender Female 
    Died Unknown 
    Person ID I5867  Sackett
    Last Modified 10 Dec 2013 

    Father Clowes, Samuel,   d. Unknown 
    Mother Donne, Catherine,   d. Unknown 
    1. Clowes, Milicant,   b. Abt Jul 1706,   d. Unknown
    Family ID F2421  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Sackett, Joseph,   b. 5 Mar 1707,   d. Aft 1757  (Age 50 years) 
    Married 23 Mar 1731  Jamaica, Queens, New York City, Queens County, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
      The Register Book for the Parish of Jamaica
      Kept by the Rev. Thomas POYER, Rector from 1710 to 1732
      Persons Married, ye Time Wn & Place Where
      Joseph SACKETT & Millicent CLOWES, 23 Mar 1730, at Jamaica, licens'd
     1. Sackett, Dr. Joseph,   b. 16 Feb 1733,   d. 17 Jul 1799  (Age 66 years)
    Last Modified 22 Jun 2009 
    Family ID F2420  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
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  • Notes 
    • Weygant, p. 33
      Genealogies of Long Island Families, Volume I, The Clowes Family of Long Island, Page 296
      Millicent was probably born at New York, on March 23, 1730[sic], she md. Joseph Sackett of the Newtown family of that name. He was a merchant at New York but later moved to Orange County. [Note: The birth date given for Milicant is probably a typo. She was married before the birth of her son, Joseph in 1733.]
      Abstracts of Wills, Vol XIII, 1784-1786, page 10
      Page 203.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHANNA CLOWES, of Jamaica, Queens
      County, single woman, being very sick and weak in body. I leave tob my
      brother-in-law, Joseph Sacket (if living)/b ?70. To my sister, Mary Thane, ?50
      and half of my wearing apparel, the other half to my sister Alletta Willett.
      To my niece, Mary Thane, daughter of my sister Mary, my silver tea tongs. bTo
      Millicent Sackett, daughter of my nephew, Joseph Sackett, my half dozen
      silver tea spoons. /bAs to the rest of my estate, real and personal, I dispose
      thereof in the following manner, to wit: two seventh thereof to my sister,
      Mary Thane, one seventh to my brother, Peter Clowes, one seventh to my
      nephew, John Clowes (son of my brother John), one seventh to my sister,
      Alletta Willett, one seventh to James, Peter and Millicent Sackett, children
      of my said nephew, Joseph Sackett, and to such other child or children which
      my said nephew now hath (who's names are unknown to me), the other seventh
      thereof to Peter, Nathaniel and Caleb Mills, children of my sister,
      Mills, deceased. Lastly I appoint my said brother, Peter Clowes, and my
      brother-in-law, Edward Willett, executors.

      Dated August 2, 1780. Witnesses, William Bogle, Hope Mills, Mary Mills.
      Proved, New York, September 20, 1784, when Margaret Willett, of New York
      City, spinster, swore to the will.
      [Message dated 9/23/99 11:35:25 AM Pacific Daylight Time,; by]

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