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Will of  Uriah Woolman, 1838-1866


I, Uriah Woolman of the City of Burlington and State of New Jersey being weak in body but of sound mind
and memory, do make and publish this my last will and testament as follows.

First- I order my debts and funeral expenses paid.

Second- I give and devise all my Real and Personal Estate to my dear wife Anna C. Woolman, her heirs and
assigns forever.

Third- I appoint my dear wife Anna C. Woolman executrix.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this nineteenth day of April in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and sixty six.- Uriah Woolman  Witnessed by Franklin Woolman and Alfred
English.


Woolman descendants in Monmument Cemetery, Beverly, N.J.

Momument Cemetery
est. about 1845

J. Harry Woolman, 1871-1937;
Margaret J., 1868-1953;
Sannie W. w/o Orien Smith, 1892-1964;
Orien W. Smith in France;

Edwin L. Woolman, 1885-1943;
Edna P. Woolman,1891-1949;
Edwin L. Woolman, Pvt US Army, WWII
Jan 5, 1926- Mar 11, 1989;

Lot 266- purchased by Edward [Edwin] S. Woolman-
Edwin S. Woolman, aged 61;
San Juanna Woolman, aged 76, buried 9-17-1927;

Three babies- Joseph Bunting, 8mo;
Benjamin I. Woolman, 1 mo.;
Harry Woolman, 3 days;

Pauline Rogers,3-14-1880;
James H. Fleming;
Elizabeth Fleming, June 1, 1950;
Sarah Rogers, aged 74, 12-28-1921;
Harmon Rogers, aged 47,10-31-1889;
Harris Rogers
Woolman Central