ABRAHAM JOSSLING, Nashua. “Being’ very sick.” Leaves to wife (not named) one house in Nashaway, with land thereto belonging, To eldest son Abraham, “one farm that Goodman Kittle lives on.” “And Good wife I would not have you remane where you are with any of my children, but my desire is that my children may be put out to Trades where they are.” Leaves to son Henry 20 shillings, ” and I desire him to be kind to his brothers, and to take one of them to himselfeto learn his trade, as he hath promised me.”
Dated March 16, 1669. Witnesses, Christopher Spencer, Thomas Spicer.
“Whereas Abraham Jossling dyed not long since at sea, oft from ye coast of Virginia, in ye shipp ye Good Fame, of New York,” the will having been proved is confirmed, April 7, 1670.
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