Potts36,39 was born on 17 Dec 1706 in Mansfield, New Jersey (Burlington).36 He died on 31 May 1742 in Mansfield,
New Jersey (Burlington).36
NJ Archives, Vol. 22, lists his marriage to Sarah Beakes. Early Settlers of
Trenton & Ewing Co., NJ. He was a tanner and was brought up as a Baptist
but affiliated with the Quakers at the time of his marriage to Sarah who came
from a very strong Quaker family. Thomas Potts and Sarah Beakes were married
on 29 Oct 1730 in Chesterfield, Burlington, New Jersey.36
209. Sarah Beakes36,40 was born on 12 Mar 1706 in Nottingham,
Burlington, New Jersey.36
She died on 11 Jul 1757 in Mansfield, New Jersey (Burlington).36 PENN MAG. Vol 9, p 224; Chesterfield Mo. Mtg., Burlington
for marriage. Children were:
|Stacy Potts was born on 20 Sep 1731
in Mansfield, New Jersey (Burlington). He died on 28 Apr 1816 in
Trenton, New Jersey (Mercer). The POTTS Family book, pp 160-162;
ID, Appendix pp 630-631.
ABRIDGED COMP OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY, Virkus, p 894; GENEA. of
EARLY SETTLERS in Trenton, p 192; Cal. of Wills 1814-1817, p 338.
|Ruth Potts was born on 23 Jan 1734 in
Mansfield, New Jersey (Burlington). The POTTS Family book, pp 152,
162, wherein it lists her first and second
marriages: (1) William Johnson and (2) Oliver Paxton. Her five children by
William Johnson are named on p 631. IGI lists her first marriage.
was born on 15 Mar 1736 in Mansfield, New Jersey (Burlington). She
died on 31 May 1776 in Hunterdon, New Jersey. The POTTS Family B8B16,
p 153 footnote; THIS OLD MONMOUTH, pp 139-140; NJ
Colonial Documents 1st Ser. Vol. 22, p 660.
|Thomas Potts was born on 24 Sep 1738 in Mansfield, New
Jersey (Burlington). He died on 21 Sep 1742 in New Jersey.|
was born on 14 Dec 1740 in Mansfield, New Jersey (Burlington). She
died on 3 Jul 1795 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia).
She was buried in Jul 1795 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia).
The POTTS Family book, p 153. From the Coats-Hornor family account: (in
speaking of Isaac Hornor who had married Mary Potts) "...Sarah Potts who
afterwards the wife of his youngest brother, Benjamin Hornor." This family
mentioned in the Philadelphia Monthly Meeting Minutes (Quakers).