Samuel Goldy 1745

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Samuel Goldy was born in 1745, Burlington County, New Jersey. He married Jerusha Corlies. She was born September 28, 1746 and died December 13, 1805. At this time we do not know where they are buried.

Jerusha Corlies is the daughter of William Corlies II and Mary Farnsworth. Mary Farnsworth was the widow of Joseph Stockton, who died in 1741, in Springfield, New Jersey.

New Hanover. Stryker's Revolutionary War Census.

Lived in New Hanover Township, possibly Pemberton, where he was a tailor.

(Early New Jersey Marriages. vol. G 1739-1791, #144)

Samuel Goldy and Richard Stockton, both [of] Springfield in county of Burlington. yeo...[bound to]...William Franklin, Govenor...500 pounds...02 February 1765...Samuel Goldy...obtained lisence of marriage for himself and for Jerusha Curlis of the same place...spinster...[w] Gab Blond, Jos Read.

* Richard Stockton is the half brother of Jersuha Corlies.

marriage is listed in the doc relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Marrriage licenses. The marriage ceremony page 101. Dated 2 February 1765 Springfield (NJ).

1817 Deed G2 - Burlington County Courthouse lists a sale by Samuel Goldy of Northampton Twp., Burlington Co. to Wm Harsgrove of New Hanover Twp. page 223 (Wm Harsgrove is his son in law)

Jerusha Corlies born in Monmouth County, probaly Shrewsbury. Her grandfather (William Corlies 1689-1754) was said to be one of the founders of the town.