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John Test 1651–1706 First spouse: Elizabeth Sanders 1651–1689 Second spouse: Grace Wooley 1666–after 1718


All the Key Documents John Test’s Signature
From June 28, 1675 Agreement

1673
John Test and Elizabeth Sanders
The Marriage License Allegation Record

June 11, 1675
First Purchase of Land in New Jersey
The Malster Receipt

June 28, 1675
Agreement Between Fenwick and the Members of the Salem Colony

Passenger List of the Griffin – The Ship that Carried John Test and Elizabeth Sanders to America

1676
Purchase of Land at Upland

1677
List of Items John Test Sold to Gov. Edmund Andros

1677–1679
All the References to John Test in the Record of the Court at Upland

1677–1679
All the References to John Test in the Record of the Court at New Castle


John Test Sheriff

1681
Appointed Sheriff at Upland

Five Biographical Sketches of John Test

1. John Test 1651–1706: The Pioneer Ancestor of the American Family
By Laura G. Fryburg

2. John Test
By Nathan Hall

3. John Test
By Glenn Test

4. John Test
By Dorothy Hardin Massey and Clifford M. Hardin

5. John Test
By Dr. Charles E. Test


Chart of Topics Covered in These 5 Bio-Sketches

Key Documents Continued

Three Important Trials
John Test Prosecutor

9th Month – November – 1683
The Case of the Alexander of Inverness

12th Month – February – 1683
The 1683 Witchcraft Trial

1695
The Case Against the Mariner Samuel Harrison



These numbered months are by the Julian Calendar




Contact: Robert Test
rtest at testfamilygenealogy.com

Was John Test a Storekeeper?

Was John Test a Corrupt Sheriff?

John Test – Owner of The Skales Tavern

The Social Status of John Test

John Test and and The Anglican Christ Church of Philadelphia

Chart -- Lawsuits John Test Won or Lost and Other Court Records

Was John Test a Quaker?



What is a High Sheriff?













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John Fell (1625-86) was Dean of Christ Church and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford. He played a leading role in establishing the Oxford University Press