John Enyard served in the New Jersey militia of 1715 under Capt. John Moore's Company.

John had a colonial land grant in Woodbridge, N.J., 900 acres map #1697.

 

 

John Enyard

b. 1687 (Richmond Co., NY) - d. aft. 1748 (Middlesex Co., NJ)

 

 

Abstract of Will - NJ Calendar of Wills - 1761-1770 Pg. 135. "1748 Dec 16, Enyard John, of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co;

Son, Silas, 5 shillings. son, John, a like amount. Daughter Annah Congar, a stear. Wife, Mary Inyard, use of lands, till youngest sons are 21. Daughters, Rachel Nortwak, Alche Inyard and Elsie Inyard, moveables. To my wife's daughter, Elizabeth Darlin, a gum table. Sons, David and Benjamin, my lands when they are of age. Executors--wife, Mary, and my friend, William McDaniel. Witnesses--Robert Thornell, Jean Thornell, James Clarkson. Proved May 19, 1763. 1763 May 18. Renunciation by Mary Enyard. 1763 June 7. Inventory, #43.13.5, made by David Crow and James Rowland."

 

Jonathan CONGER b 1710 Story about him found on rootsweb.com by Jones -Muriel Jones

Ann's father, John Enyard, was of the Colonial Wars of New York. His will dated 26 Dec 1748, probated May 1763, paid five pounds to Jonathan Conger

 

 

 

Children:

 

  • Silas Enyard
    b. 1715 - d. 1785
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  • John Enyard
    b. 1715 - d. 1806
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  • Anna (Enyard) Conger
    b. 1717 - d. 1795
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  • Rachel (Enyard) Nortwak
    b.1719 - d. ?
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  • David Enyard
    b. 1728 - d. ?
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  • Alice Enyard
    b. 1732 - d. ?
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  • Elsie Enyard
    b. 1734 - d. ?
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  • Benjamin Enyard
    b. 1741 - d. 1818

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Spouse1:

Unknown Name

 

 

Spouse:

Mary (Pieterson) Enyard

b. 1687 (Denmark) - d. ?

Married in 1710 (Middlesex Co., NJ)

 

 

according to John's will, Mary had a daughter from another marriage: Elizabeth Darlin

 

 

 

 

Father:

Yellis Enyard

b. 1652 (Middlesex Co., NJ) - d. 1707 (Richmond Co., NY)

 

Yellis was the son of Carel Enjart (b. 1625 was belived to have been born in the Netherlands. ) and Antje VanWogglum (b. NJ).

 

 

Mother:

Catharine Trientje Janse (Vanwoggelum) Enyard

b. 1663 (Middlesex NJ) - d. 1772 (Richmond Co., NY)