In the name of God, Amen. I, John Outman, of New York, merchant, being in good health. I leave to my daughter Anne, wife of BenjaminD'Harriette, of New York, merchant, 25 Pounds. I leave to my two sons-in-law, Benjamin D'Harriette and John Smith, all my houses, lands, and lots in New York, for the term of 99 years, after my decease, if my wife Femma shall live so long. In trust, that they shall suffer my wife to enjoy all the rights and benefits of the same. After my wife's decease, I leae to my son, John Outman, all that dwelling house where I now live, and the lot of ground wheron it stands, except 18 feet in length, and the breadth of my house on the dock for a yord for my house on the dock.
I give to my grand son Benjamin D'Harriette, and my grand daughter, Anne D'Harriette, after my wife's decease, all that my garden and lot of ground lying in gold Street.
I leave to my daughter, Judith, wife of John Smith, all that my dwelling-house situate and standing on the dock, behind the dwelling-house where I now live, and also 18 feet in the rear for a yard.
I leave all my personal estate to my wife Femma. I make my sons-in-law executors.
(signed) John Outman
January 8, 1714
Proven 20 March 1716
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