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  • Name Jane  
    Gender Female 
    Death [1783-1786] 
    • Jane may have outlived her husband though. Ebenezer's deed of 1783 says "joining Mother's lot" and Jonathan's 1786 deed mentions "the Farm formerly possessed by my Mother Jane Greenlaw."

      Deeds v. 5-6, 1797-1799
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      Volume 6 Page 244
      Ebenezer Greenlaw yeoman Deer Island
      Mark Haskell & sons Ignatius Haskell & Solomon Haskell tanners & curriers Deer Island
      "for consideration of Forty Thousand Merchantable boards"
      "certain Lots of land being part of Deer Island in said County of Lincoln take up by me Ebenezer Greenlaw, on Lot of said land partly cleared & improved by me, together with my Dwelling House & Hovel on said Lot of land, fronting Egamogan Reach, North side line joining Mother's Lot or at where the Fence stands, by a dry Pine & running a West course two Miles & then a South course eighty rods & from thence an East course to the Fish Creek, said South line joining Mr Jno Campbells said Lot taking in a piece of Salt Marsh on said Creek. Beginning to the Eastward of said Creek & running an East course where the line Fence is joining said Campbells until you come to the Shore together with two other Lots of land, the one upon the upper part of the Neck joining the little carrying place & ox? point & also one half of an Island the Eastern half laying the Southern end of John Campbell's Neck."
      18 October 1783
      Ebenezer Greenlaw
      Eunice Greenlaw [Her mark]
      Wit: Francis Haskell, Nathan Haskell
      Hancock Ss Castine September Term 1798 Personally appeared Nathan Haskell one of the subscribing Witnesses to the above Deed & executed by Ebenezer Greenlaw & Eunice Greenlaw to Mark Haskell & two Sons Ignatius & Solomon Haskell of Deer Island dated the 18th October 1783 in Court made oath that he see the above named Ebez Greenlaw & Eunice Greenlaw sign seal & deliver the above as their free act & deed & that he subscribed it as Witness to the said Deed together with Francis Haskell the other subscribing Witness whom he see sign said Deed. And that the said Greenlaws are both out of the State
      Attest Thos Phillips Clerk
      A true Copy of the original Record
      Attest J O Sergent
      Land records, 1761-1912; indexes to land records, 1761-1901
      Authors: Lincoln County (Maine). Register of Deeds
      Land records v. 22-23 1788-1789
      Family History Library
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      Volume 22 Page 199
      Jonathan Greenlaw farmer County of Sunbury, New Brunswick
      John Campbell yeoman Deer Island
      quit claim
      all manner of Right Title and Demands whatsoever which by Law or Equity or otherwise soever I the said Jonathan Greenlaw ever had of the Farm formerly possessed by my Mother Jane Greenlaw the said Moiety or Tract of Land lying and bounding on my own Farm and Ebenezer Greenlaw's containing in Front 40 Rods and a Mile and a half back and likewise my Part of the Meadow
      14 April 1785
      Jonathan Greenlaw
      Elizabeth Greenlaw [Her mark]
      Wit: Peter Littlejohn, Rolph Taylor
      Personally appeared Jonathan Greenlaw and acknowledged the within Instrument of writing to be his own voluntary Act and Deed. Before me W Gallop J Peace Recd September 10 1788 and entered and examined by Thos Rice Regr
    Death [1776] 
    • See Loyalists Claims of sons.
    Death BY 1789 
    • Peg Kearney suggests that Charles Greenlaw moved to St Andrews after the death of his mother, pointing to Theodore C Holmes's "Loyalists to Canada" as the source. Holmes does not mention that fact. Charles moved in 1789,
    Died [1789] 
    Person ID I16691  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 30 Dec 2022 

    Family William GREENLAW,   b. Bef 1707,   d. [1776] 
    Married C 1726 
     1. John GREENLAW,   b. [1727],   d. 1 Nov 1787, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. James GREENLAW,   b. [1729],   d. 22 Oct 1777
     3. William GREENLAW,   b. 1734,   d. 1814  (Age 80 years)
     4. Ebenezer GREENLAW,   b. Bef 1738,   d. Between 15 Nov 1809 and 10 Nov 1810  (Age > 71 years)
     5. Jonathan GREENLAW,   b. [1738],   d. 1818, St Andrews, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location
     6. Charles GREENLAW,   b. *[1740],   d. 1811, St Andrews, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location
     7. Alexander GREENLAW,   b. *[1742],   d. 24 Jun 1822, St Andrews, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location
     8. Unknown
    Family ID F4727  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Deed 1785 Jonathan Greenlaw to John Campbell: my mother Jane

      Thomas S s Jonathan. Harriet S d Alexander. Does the S represent Jane's maiden name?