Wells, John (b. , d. ?)
Note: WILL: The will of Samuel Webber written on 5 May 1716 "Being very sick & weak of body & the time drawing near, gives to wife Deborah all my estate real & personal after my decease to her own proper use benifit & then during her widdowhood, & if after my decease she doth not marry then during her Natural life and after her death to be equally divided among his children." All children are named except Bathseba (Maine Wills, p. 191-2).
WILL: The will of Deborah Webber, written 23 April 1737 "being old and weak and infirm in body but of perfect mind and memory, gives to all surving children Five shilling in money, except to my well beloved daughter Mary Sayward wife of Joseph Sayward.. all my Household Goods Chattels Debts ready Money Plate Jewels Rings Utensils Brass Pewter Copper Bedding Houses Cows Oxen Sheep Hoggs and all other things to me belonging. She names her grandson Jonathan Sayward as executor. "Barsheba, who is now in Canada" was named one of the children to receive the "Five Shilling in Money" (Maine Wills, p. 545-6.)
For extensive information on Samuel Webber based on primary sources see: Noyes, S., Libby, C. and Davis, W. (1972) Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., p. 729-30.
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