Deceased
CURTIS, Jane*
(1661-1729)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. OGBORN, Samuel*

2. HAMPTON, John
3. FITZRANDOLPH, Nathaniel
4. SHARP, John

CURTIS, Jane*

  • Born: 1661, Of Scotland Or England
  • Marriage (1): OGBORN, Samuel* in Scotland Or New Jersey Province
  • Marriage (2): HAMPTON, John in New Jersey, United States
  • Marriage (3): FITZRANDOLPH, Nathaniel on 12 Apr 1706 in Shrewsbury Mtg, Monmouth Co, NJ
  • Marriage (4): SHARP, John on 20 Oct 1719 in Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Died: 1729, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony
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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Story. Jane, daughter of Thomas and Jane Curtis and wife of Samuel Ogborne, was born, at Bugbrook, Northampton, England, 2mo., 11, 1661 Records of Northampton Monthly Meeting. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Story. 169 Jane Curtis was born 1661, died 1729, daughter of Thomas Curtis ( who came from England to NJ, settled in Burlington Co., NJ, as early as 1682) and Jane, who were both Quakers). Jane married Samuel Ogborn after 1690 in Burlington, NJ.

Story. 146 Jane came from Scotland with her husband Samuel Obgorn and settled in New Jersey. She married, second John Hampton, and third Nathaniel Fitzrandolph. In 1715 she was included with her daughter and son-in-law Edmund Kinsey on a certificate of removal from Woodbridge Meeting to Falls Meeting. After her removal to Bucks County, she married fourth Hugh Sharp. Her sons by John Hampton followed her to Bucks County, and their descendants are prominently identified with that county for several generations.

Appearance in Document, 29 Mar 1685, Burlington Mtg, West Jersey Colony. 1685, 3 mo., 29. Jane Ogbourne was present at the birth of Ann, the daughter of Thomas and Hester Butcher. Register of Burlington Monthly Meeting. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Appearance in Document, 9 Mar 1686, Burlington Mtg, West Jersey Colony. 1686, 3, 9. Samuel and Jane Ogborne, Sarah Harvie, and others, were witnesses to the marriage of William Atkinson and Elizabeth Curtis. Burlington Quaker Records. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Property, 26 Mar 1695, Burlington, Burlington County, West Jersey Colony. 1695, Mch. 26. John Harwood, of Springfield, Burlington County, yeoman, sold to Jane Ogborne, widow, of the town of Burlington, for 80, a house and ninety acres, which was previously sold by her husband, Samuel Ogborne, to said Harwood, lying near Matoropan Bridge, South of Maple Creek, and North of the Great Swamp. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Property, 8 Jun 1695. 1695, June 8. Jane, the widow of the aforesaid Samuel Ogbourne, sold, as executrix, the preceding purchase of 1693, fronting on High Street, with forty-six feet front and one hundred and twenty-one feet, ten inches in depth, with stone, wood, timber and other materials, which Samuel Oghorne had gotten together, intending to build on the said site, for 52, to Lyonell Britton, of Philadelphia. She made her mark to the deed. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Appearance in Document. 170 In a deed recorded at Trenton in the West Jersey records, Liber B, part 2, p705, there is a reference to "Lots lately in the tenure of Samuel Ogborn, first husband of Jane Hampton" and in the same volume, p706, is a reference to land formerly of Samuel Ogborn and Jane Riggs in Burlington (see NJ Archives, Vol XXI, pp 524 and 533).

Property, 27 May 1697, Burlington County, West Jersey Colony. 1697 May 27. Jane Ogborne, of Springfield, Burlington County, widow, sold lands to Richard Ridgway, of the same place. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Story. Jean Curtis, the widow of Samuel Ogborne, must have been an attractive woman, for, upon her husband's demise, she married, second, John Hampton, of Freehold, and after his death, became the wife of Nathaniel Fitz-Randolph, of Woodbridge, New Jersey, and he dying, she married, fourth, John Sharp, of Gloucester, whom she outlived. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Appearance in Document, 23 Jan 1702, Monmouth County, East Jersey Colony. Will of [2nd husband] John Hampton mentions wife, Jane; [his third wife], and her children before "our marriage," Sarah and Mary Ogborne, to whom he left a legacy. Jane is also an executor. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Appearance in Document, 12 May 1714, Trenton, Hunterdon County, New Jersey Colony. 1714, May 12. Declaration of "Jean, the widdow & Executrix of Nathaniel fitzrandolph," before Thomas Gordon, Surrogate. Recorded in Lib. I, continued; p.483, Trenton, New Jersey. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Appearance in Document, 15 Feb 1715, Woodbridge Mtg, Middlesex County, New Jersey Colony. 155 1715, 2mo, 15. At a monthly meeting, at Woodbridge, Jane Fitzrandolph requested a certificate of removal for herself, her son-in-law, Edmond Kinsey, and his wife, to Falls Monthly Meeting.

Appearance in Document, 15 Feb 1715, Woodbridge Mtg, Middlesex County, New Jersey Colony. 1715, 2mo., 15 At a monthly meeting, at Woodbridge, of this date, Jane Fitzrandolph requested a certificate of removal for herself, her son-in-law, Edmond Kinsey, and his wife, to Falls Monthly Meeting. Minutes of Woodbridge Monthly Meeting. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Residence, 19 Mar 1715, Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 156 19-3m-1715. Edmond Kinsey, wife, and Jane Fitzrandolph his mother-in-law, certificate from Woodbridge in East Jersey.

Residence, 5 Aug 1715, Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 157 5-8m-1715. Certificate from Friends in Woodbridge for Edmund Kinsey and his wife and mother-in-law, read and approved.

Residence, 5 Aug 1715, Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 158 Edmund Kinsey and wife and mother-in-law, Jane Fitzrandolph, received on certificate from Woodbridge MM, East Jersey, dated 19 Mar 1715, on 5 Aug 1715.

Appearance in Document: Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. At a monthly meeting, at Falls, of this date [unspecified], Edmond Kinsey, wife, and mother-in-law, produced a certificate of removal from Woodbridge Monthly Meeting. Minutes of Falls Monthly Meeting, Bucks County, Pa. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Appearance in Document, 7 Aug 1719, Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 155 1719, 8mo., 7. At a monthly meeting, at Falls, of this date, Jane Fitzrandolph was granted a certificate of removal.

Appearance in Document, 7 Aug 1719, Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 1719, 8mo., 7. At a monthly meeting, at Falls, of this date, Jane Fitzrandolph was granted, a certificate of removal. Minutes of Falls Monthly Meeting. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Will, 8 Aug 1729, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 1729," 8th day of ye +'6-'th month called August." Will of Jane Sharp, of Buckingham, in County of Bucks and province of Pensilvania,widow; proved,, Dec.13, 1731, mentioned:
To my son Samuel Ogburne the sum of 8 pounds proclamation money."
"to my son Joseph Hampton 12 pound."
"to my son in law Edmond Kinsey 5 pounds."
"to my son in law Jonas Ketle 5 pound."
"to my son Benjamin Fitzrandle twenty pound and also one bed and 2 pair of sheets 2 pillows and 2 pairs pillow cases I diper table cloth 3 blankets one bird eyed coverlidd one silver spoon one great Bible one great looking glass one pair iron doggs."
"to my Grand daughter Jane engle a great pewter dish."
"to my daughter Mary Ketle 25 pound."
"to my daughter Sarah Kinsey 25 pound."
"after my legacies is payd if any money remains let it be given to my two daughters and Jo Hampton."
"to my daughter Mary's three daughters and to my daughter's Sarah's three daughters and to my son Joseph Hampton's one daughter (who are all now living) 7 pound in Silver and Gold,twenty shillings apeace each." "to Mary Kinsey and Elizabeth Kinsey each of them one trunck."
"all my horse and mares be sold or valued and the value of them to pay all charges to my executors that may accrue to them by funeral expenses or any otherwise whatsoever upon my account and after legacys and other charges are all payd if any thing remains of value I hereby give it to Edmond Kinsey, but if it should so happen that my estate shall fall short of paying my legacyes and all charges then ..... all Legtees shall abate their proportion according to their shares."
"I give my executors forty shillings apiece."
Executors: "my son in law Edmond Kinsey and Joseph Fell."
Witnesses: John Hill and Elizabeth Fell.
The testator made her mark to the will. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Probate, 13 Dec 1731, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. Will of Jane Sharp proved Dec.13, 1731. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)

Probate, 28 Dec 1731. 1731, 28th of Xber. The inventory of her [Jane Sharp] personal estate was exhibited, which was made 18-th day of the Ninth Month, 1731, by John Hill and John Walton, and amounted to 118-10-9. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)


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Jane* married Samuel* OGBORN, son of Family OGBORN and Unknown, in Scotland Or New Jersey Province. (Samuel* OGBORN was born of Scotland and died in 1694 in New Jersey Province 169.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Story. Issue of Samuel Ogborne and Jane Curtis: Samuel Ogborne; Mary Ogborne; Sarah Ogborne. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)


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Jane* next married John HAMPTON in New Jersey, United States. (John HAMPTON died in 1702 in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Story. By her second marriage, to John Hampton, Jane Curtis had Issue Joseph Hampton (died in 1767, married Mary Canby, Issue Sarah Hampton (married Mr. Wilson)), John Hampton, Benjamin Hampton, Jane Hampton (unmarried), Joseph Hampton, David Hampton, Mary Hampton (married Mr. Stokes). (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)


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Jane* next married Nathaniel FITZRANDOLPH on 12 Apr 1706 in Shrewsbury Mtg, Monmouth Co, NJ. (Nathaniel FITZRANDOLPH died circa 1714 in Middlesex Co, NJ.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Story, 12 Apr 1706, Shrewsbury Mtg, Monmouth Co, NJ. Nathaniel Fitzrandolph, of Woodbridge, and Jane Hampton, of Freehold, were married 4mo., 12, 1706. Records of Shrewsbury, N. J., Monthly Meeting.
John and Grace Kinsey, who was a Fitz-Randolph, were among the witnesses.

By her third marriage, to Nathaniel Fitz-Randolph, Jane Curtis had Benjamin Fitz-Randolph born 10.22.1707

SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)


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Jane* next married John SHARP on 20 Oct 1719 in Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. (John SHARP died circa 1727 in Burlington County, West Jersey Colony.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage Notice, 20 Oct 1719, Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. 155 John Sharp, of Evesham, Burlington County, and Jane Fitzrandle, widow, were married 10 mo., 20, 1719.

Marriage Notice, 20 Oct 1719, Haddonfield Mtg, Camden Co, NJ. John Sharp, of Evesham, Burlington County, and Jane Fitzrandle, widow, were married 10 mo., 20, 1719. Records of Haddonfield Monthly Meeting. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=uncle_bud&id=I08425)




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