WILLS & PROBATE RECORDS
New York City
WILL OF JOHN
Dated August 18,
1698 - Proved October 29, 1699
Southampton, Long Island, New York
Long Island, New York Dated August 18, 1698 - Proved
October 29, 1699
I John Jagger of ye town of S'hampt in ye County of
Suffolk & province of New York... I give &
bequeath unto my son Benjamin Jagger and his heirs
forever ye other half of my close of land lying between
Samuel Coopers land & Isaac Halsey & Jeremiah's
house thereon standing and my meadow at Shinacocke &
Sebonnucke....Signed sealed & declared to be his last
Will and testamt. in presence of us Samuel Woodruff,
Joshua Halsey, Nathan Howell.
[footnote: John Jagger was one of the early settlers in
Southampton. His home lot, left to son Jeremiah, is on
the west side of main street of Southampton. The
"Close on the north side of Samuel Jones close"
is on the east side of the road to North sea, nearly
opposite the road to Seponack. On this the "old
Jagger house" was built in 1707, and was a
well-known landmark till it was burned a few years since.
The ruins still remain. The beach lot was next the beach,
on the west side of Town pond, and is now covered by the
beach banks. "The close lying between Samuel Coopers
land and Isaac Halseys" is on the west side of the
road to North sea. The railroad runs through it.]
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