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Adam Sharp   c1733-181_(?)

AKA:
Born when:   between 1728 & 1743
Baptized when:  
Father:   Philip Sharp 
Spouse 1:   Elizabeth(?) Bissett(?)
1st married when:   1752-1763
2nd married when:   21 January, 1807
Died when:   between 1814 & 1817
Buried when:  
Line of Descent:   Adam  <  Philip
Born where:  
Baptized Where:  
Mother:   Eve Kettler
Spouse 2:   Sarah Tice
1st married where:  
2nd married where:   Middlesex Co., NJ
Died where:   New Jersey
Buried where:   New Jersey
Cause of death:  
Religious affiliations:
Signature & mark:  
Education:   signed name to his Will
Occupations:   farmer
Names of business/partners:  
Trade, fraternal, other associations:  
Children: daughter (AKA Mrs. Martin), Margaret, Elizabeth, John, George, Jane, Philip
Known residences: New Jersey, Perth Amboy South Ward, AKA South Amboy (prob. near Spotswood/So. River)
Known friends & relations: 



Elizabeth(?) Bissett(?)

AKA:
Born when:  
Baptized when:  
Father:  
Spouse 1:   Adam Sharp
1st married when:  
Died when:  
Buried when:  
Line of Descent:      
Born where:  
Baptized Where:  
Mother:  
Spouse 2:  
1st married where:  
Died where:  
Buried where:  
Cause of death:  
Religious affiliations:
Physical description:  
Education:  
Occupations:   farmer's wife
Names of business/partners:  
Trade, fraternal, other associations:  
Children: daughter (AKA Mrs. Martin), Margaret, Elizabeth, John, George, Jane, Philip
Known residences: New Jersey, Perth Amboy South Ward, AKA South Amboy (prob. near Spotswood/So. River)
Known friends & relations:  



Timeline of Adam Sharp


1728-1743 Adam Sharp was most likely born between these years and probably at Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania. [1]

1752-1763 Adam Sharp was most likely married between these years. [1] [n6]

1754-1762 A daughter was born during this period to Adam Sharp. [1] [8]

1756-1766

Margaret Sharp was most likely born during this period and was perhaps the eldest daughter of her
father Adam Sharp. [1] [8]

1758-1769 Elizabeth Sharp was most likely born during this period—her father was Adam Sharp. [1] [8]

1763-1764 John Sharp was born during this period and was probably the eldest son of his father Adam Sharp. [5] [6] [8]

1766-1767

George Sharp was most likely born during this period and was perhaps the second son of his father
Adam Sharp. [5] [8]

1767-1773 Jane Sharp was most likely born during this period—her father was Adam Sharp. [1] [8]

1769 November 4—Adam Sharp was a witness to the signing of the Last Will and Testament of John Jolly. [2]

1769

November 24—Having witnessed the signing of the Last Will and Testament of John Jolly twenty days
earlier Adam Sharp appeared before John Smyth, clerk, to swear to his signature. [2]

1771-1772 Philip Sharp was most likely born during this period—his father was Adam Sharp. [5] [8]

1772

September 1—Adam Sharp, the son of Philip Sharp, was mentioned in his father's Last Will and
Testament. [26]

1786

October 11—A deed was recorded at Middlesex County New Jersey that mention Adam Sharp as
owning adjoining property. This deed also mentions Philip Sharp of Whitemarsh and his wife Mary. [3]

1795 August 8—John Earhart and Adam Sharp produced an inventory of the estate of Elijah Lamberson. [4]

1807 January 21—Adam Sharp and Sarah Tice were married at Middlesex Co., New Jersey. [41] [n7]

1814 April 14—Adam Sharp signed his Last Will and Testament. [8]

1814-1817

Adam Sharp died sometime between the time he signed his Last Will and Testament and the time
that same will was proved. [8]

1817 May 22—The last will and testament of Adam Sharp was proved. [8]


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