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.
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
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
Yellis Enyardb. 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).
Catharine Trientje Janse (Vanwoggelum) Enyard
b. 1663 (Middlesex NJ) - d. 1772 (Richmond Co., NY)