1734 - 1805 (71 years)
||Aaron Wills |
||12 Feb 1734
||29 Apr 1805
||Burlington Co, New Jersey, USA
||Rancocas Mtg Burial Ground, Rancocas, Burlington Co, New Jersey, USA
||16 Jul 2008 |
||Daniel Wills, b. 17 Dec 1689, New Jersey , d. 30 Nov 1760 (Age 70 years) |
||Elizabeth Woolston, b. Abt 1694, d. 29 Sep 1754 (Age ~ 60 years) |
||13 Aug 1714
||Burlington Mtg, Burlington, Burlington Co, New Jersey 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Aaron Wills House, Rancocas |
Photo of the Aaron Wills house at Rancocas, Burlington Co, New Jersey. The original structure was built by Dr. Daniel Wills between 1682 and 1700, then rebuilt in 1786. The home was willed to his son, John. John willed the home to his son, Daniel. Daniel willed the home to his sone, Daniel, who in turn willed it to his brother, Aaron. Aaron willed the home to his son, Samuel. Samuel willed the plantation to his son, Daniel. Daniel willed the "farm" to his son, William. After William's death his administrators sold the home by deed to Amos Gibbs. The home was then passed to Samuel L. Walker, to William H. Walker, to Catherine Coumbe, to W. J. Boyd, to Alfred Bauman, to Frank McIlvaine, who was the owner at the time of the 1940 survey. The home was rebuilt in 1786 when Aaron and Rachel Wills owned the plantation, the hearth bearing the initials "AWR." Photo by HABS (Library of Congress), research by Chad G. Nichols
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- [S586] Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey, Volume 1, Meldrum, Charlotte D., (Westminster, Maryland : Family Line Publications) (Reliability: 3).
vol I, p 53
- [S154] Early Church Records of Gloucester County, New Jersey, Meldrum, Charlotte & Launey, John Pitts, (Westminster, Maryland : Willow Bend Books, 1995 (2002, 3rd printing)) (Reliability: 3).
[Haddonfield Monthly Meeting, p 42, research by Chad G. Nichols]
Aaron Wills, son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Woolston) Wills of Burlington Co., and Rachel Warrington, dau of Henry and Elizabeth (Bishop) Warrington, having consent of parents, m. at Chester, Burlington Co., 1st mo, 18th da, 1759.