________________ _Robert EYRES ______|________________ _Robert AYARS ____| | | _Edward FOUCHE _ | |_Margarette FOUCHE _|________________ _Isaac AYARS ____| | | ________________ | | _Robert TAYLOR _____|________________ | |_Katharin TAYLOR _| | | ________________ | |_Marie _____________|________________ | |--Caleb AYARS | | ________________ | ____________________|________________ | _James BARRETT ___| | | | ________________ | | |____________________|________________ |_Hannah BARRETT _| | ________________ | ____________________|________________ |_Elizabeth ? _____| | ________________ |____________________|________________
!SOURCE: Frank D. Andrews, ROBERT AYARS AND HIS DESCENDANTS, Vineland, NJ, Privately Published, 1918, pp. 9, 12.
!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. 26.
!SOURCE: The Magazine of American Geneology: Ave to Bab, Number 11, (Chicago, IL: The Institute of American Geneology, date unknown), pp. 291-295.
!WILL: New Jersey Archives, First Series, Vol. XXXIV, Abstracts of Wills, Vol. V, 1771-1780, edited by William Nelson, Paterson, NJ, 1901, pp. 24, 25. 1771, Aug. 1. Ayars, Caleb, of Stow Creek Township, Cumberland Co., yeoman; will of. Son, Jonathan, 50 acres at the west end of plantation, where I live, joining on the north by his other land, and on the west by Bartholomew Hunt, and south by Ebenzer Howell. Son, Joseph, salt marsh in Greenwich, that I bought of John Jarman; also 1/2 of the land in Salem Co., joining to his other land, Hugh Dunn and William Russell. Grandchildren, Michajah Ayars, Elijah Ayars and Azariah Ayars, sons of Nathan Ayars, deceased, the other 1/2 of the marsh land in Salem Co., as tenants in common. Daughter, Paciance Bonham, 10 acres where her house is, bounded by Elijah Bowen (now occupied by Seth Bowen). I also give to said Patience, £10. Son, Isaac, rest of my plantation where I live; also a salt marsh in Stathams Neck, he paying to my son, Joseph, £20. Daughters, Hannah Parvin and Keziah Robins, £10 each. Son-in-law, James M'ferson, £10. Grandson, Nathan Ayars, 30 shillings. I give the rest of my moveable estate to my children, sons and daughters (James M'ferson, or his representatives, the children of my daughter Abigail,deceased, to be one of them). Executors -- sons, Joseph and Jonathan. Witnesses -- Benjamin Dunn, Jonathan Jarman, Elnathan Davis. 1771, Aug. 1. Codicil. Bearing to mind that I was to give my cousin, William Barratt, son of aleb, £7 and 10 shillings, I now give it to him, when he is 21. Witnesses -- Benjamin Dunn, Jonathan Jarman, Elnathan Davis. Proved Aug. 13, 1771. 1771, Aug. 14. Inventory, £220.9.2, made by Joseph Bivins and Reuben Jarman. 1772, Dec. 22. Account by Jonathan Ayars, acting Executor. Paid Azariah McPherson, £10.0.3; paid William Barrett's legacy, 10 shillings and 5 pence. Paid remainder of subscription towards the meeting house, £3.2.0. Lib. 14, p. 504; Lib. 15, p. 199.