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Francis AUSTIN

Male 1755 - Aft 1803  (~ 49 years)


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  • Name Francis AUSTIN 
    Born Bet. 1752 - 1755 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft. 1803 
    Person ID I547262005  Primary
    Last Modified 29 Jan 2009 

    Father William AUSTIN,   b. 1715, Evesham, Burlington Co., NJ Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1762  (Age 47 years) 
    Mother Hannah THOMAS 
    Family ID F518362240  Group Sheet

    Family ID F518364750  Group Sheet

    Family ID F518364749  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • !MARRIAGE: Computer File Index - NJ - LDS Records, Salt Lake City, UT:
      First marriage, perhaps m. Apr. 19, 1782. Chesterfield M.M., Burlington
      Co., NJ.
      !MARRIAGE-OCCUPATION: Genealogical Records of Earle Green, CA (1981).
      Second
      marriage information is from Mr. Green. We do not have record of it. He
      was
      supposedly a shoemaker at Mt. Holly, NJ.
      !MILITARY: Military Census of New Jersey - 1793. Male citizens between
      18-45
      (b. 1747-1774) Francis Austin of Evesham, Burlington Co., NJ desires to be
      exempt from military duty.
      !FATHER-GUARDIAN-RESIDENCE: NEW JERSEY ARCHIVES, 1st Series, Calendar of
      Wills
      1771-1780, Vol. 34, p 23. 1773, Aug. 13, Austin, Francis of Evesham,
      Burlington Co., NJ Ward. Son of William Austin. Guardian - James
      Buxton, of
      said place. Fellowbondsman - Joseph Mullen of Northampton, said County.
      Liber.
      15, p 492.
      !DEATH-INVENTORY: Burlington Co., NJ Index to Wills and Inventories;
      Microfilm
      #545,437 - LDS Library, Salt Lake City, UT; Francis Austin - Inventory -
      1838
      File 14558C?.
      !NOTE: Note by Janet Curtis; This is probably the Francis Austin who was a
      witness to his brother Jacob's wife Hannah's Will and also, the Bondsman
      for
      Berhuel Moore as quardian of Joel, Malan and Charles Austin in 1803. They
      would have been nephews and grand nephew to Francis.