__________________ _Robert EYRES ______|__________________ _Robert AYARS ________| | | _Edward FOUCHE ___ | |_Margarette FOUCHE _|__________________ _Joshua AYARS __| | | __________________ | | ____________________|__________________ | |_Esther BOWEN ________| | | __________________ | |____________________|__________________ | |--Philip AYARS | | _Henry BROOKS ____ | _Timothy BROOKS ____|_Susannah ? ______ | _Rev. Timothy BROOKS _| | | | _John RUSSELL ____ | | |_Mary RUSSELL ______|_Elizabeth BAKER _ |_Keziah BROOKS _| | _Richard BOWEN ___ | _Obadiah BOWEN _____|_Anna BORN _______ |_Hannah BOWEN ________| | _Thomas CLIFTON __ |_Mary CLIFTON ______|__________________
!BIRTH/DEATH: REGISTER OF THE COHANSEY SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH: 1737-1830, Ernest K. Bee, Jr., Editor, Plainfield, New Jersey, Seventh Day Baptist Publishing House, 1976, pp. 27.
Frank D. Andrews, ROBERT AYARS AND HIS DESCENDANTS, Vineland, NJ, Privately Published, 1918, pp. 12, 16.
He was a deacon in SDB Church, Oct 20, 1765.
!WILL: New Jersey Archives, First Series, Vol. XXXVI, Abstracts of Wills, Vol. VII, 1786-1790, edited by William Nelson, Paterson, NJ, 1901, p. 15.
1789, July 31. Ayars, Phillip, of Hopewell Township, Cumberland Co.; will of. I have passed the three score years of age. Wife, Sarah, that house and lot at Shilo that was hers before I married her; also the goods that wwere hers. Son, Phillip, my apparel. One-third of my moveable estate I give to my wife, 1/3 to my son, and 1/3 to my only daughter. Son, Phillip, 3/5 of my lands, and my daughter, Lidya, 2/5; and my daughter is to have the plantation on which I live, and my son the other lands. Executors -- wife, Sarah, my son, Phillip, and my son-in-law, Job Ayars. Witnesses -- Benjamin Lupton, David Parvin, David Randolph. Proved Dec. 31, 1789. 1789, Dec. 21. Inventory, £228.10.4, made by Elnathan Davis and Isaac Davis. Lib. 30, p. 142.