Millicent Mapes

Female 1752 - 1806  (54 years)


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  • Name Millicent Mapes 
    Born 14 May 1752  , Gloucester, New Jersey, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 14 Jul 1806  Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester, New Jersey, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I3130  Petersen-de Lanskoy
    Last Modified 25 Mar 2014 

    Family John Winner,   b. Abt 1755, of Middletown Township, Pennsylvania, Ohio, United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester, New Jersey, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Aft 1778  of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester, New Jersey, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2015 
    Family ID F1465  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • RESEARCH_NOTES:
      1. John Winner apparently had two marriages.
      The first marriage is per "New Jersey Marriage Records, 1665-1800," by William Nelson: "Winner, John, Northampton, and Hannah Carr, Northampton, 1776 April 1." According to "The Carr Book," by Arthur R. Carr, 1947, Hannah was b. 10 Sep 1759 to Caleb Carr and she died 9 Aug 1778 in Mt. Holly (Northampton) in childbirth when their son Samuel was born 9 Aug 1778. The Carr book says he died three days later. The marriage was apparently out of Quaker meeting because we find in FHL book 974.961 K2m v.1 "Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey," by Charlotte D. Meldrum, a reference to only one Winner in the entire book, which is in the Minutes of Mount Holly Monthly Meeting. "5th da, 4th mo, 1777... Hannah Winner, produced a paper acknowledging trouble of mind, for going out in marriage." We also find Hannah's father Caleb with 250 acres in the same area in which Abraham (but no other Winners) live (per Rootsweb accessed 21 Nov 2011: "Burlington County NJ - NJGenWeb; Early Tax List - Northampton Township, 1779"). The Carr book reports indicates he died 11 Sep 1783 and his buried next to his daughter. In any case this all places John Winner in Northampton just prior to his being in Great Egg Harbor.
      John's second marriage is to Millicent Mapes for whom we have on record a will (and codicil) naming her three sons. We also have on record a will for her father Joseph Mapes in which he names his dau. Millicent Winner, his son-in-law John Winner, and his grandson Joseph Winner. Joseph Mapes was prominent in the Quaker community of Great Egg Harbor. John and Millicent has three sons: John, Joseph, and Amos. We have the following marriage records for two of these three sons (nothing found on Amos). FHL film 1425085, it. 6, "Gloucester County, New Jersey, Marriage Records," by H. Stanley Craig, 1930:
      -Joseph Winner and Millicent Caveller, 2-2-1803.
      -John Winner and Abigail Doughty, 5-9-1812.
      -(As a side note, the same marriage records also has "Samuel Winner and Mary Thorn, 3-30-1813." Could it be John's son Samuel from his marriage to Hannah Carr who did not perhaps die three days after his mother as "The Carr Book" would have us believe? Assuming an age of 21 at marriage, then Samuel would have to be born no later than 1792 which works with John and Hannah's son. I am not aware of any other Samuel in the second generation of our New Jersey Winners. More research needed to see if he could possibly a third generation of one of the three NJ Winners.)

      2. Will of the father of Millicent (Mapes) Winner: 1787, Jan. 25. Mapes, Joseph, of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., husbandman; wife, Mary, the northeast side of plantation where I live, from the Bay up to the great road from James Somer's line to the old ditch in the Cove. Daughter, Melicent Winner, the plantation where I live, after her mother is done with it, during her life, and then the plantation and a piece of old cedar swamp at the foot of Blackman's Branch, to my grandson, Joseph Winner. Daughter, Melicent, the rest of real estate. Granddaughter, Mary Mapes, daughter of my son, Edmund, deceased, 100, when she is 21. Executors-wife, Mary, and John Winner, my son-in-law. Witnesses Samuel Risley, Samuel Smith, William Murphey. 1787, Sept. 3. Codicil. My wife is to have a good living out of my estate. Witnesses-Noah Smith, John Somers. Proved Dec. 6, 1787. 1787, Nov. 13. Inventory, 543.11.6, made by Noah Smith and John Somers.Lib. 29, p. 100. (The part of Joseph Mapes plantation that fronted on the bay may be a clue as to where "Winner's Landing" was.)
      Joseph Mapes was a very active and important member of the Egg Harbor Society of Friends.
      3. New Jersey probate for Gloucester Winners:
      i. 2627H: Melicent Winner, wife of John Winner of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester. Will dated 18 Apr 1791. Mentions real estate left to son Amos Winner, husband John Winner, "all my children" (unnamed). Mentions land given her by her father Joseph Mapes. Signs as "Melscent Winner." Witnesses: Daniel Leeds, John Dole, and David Scull(?). Codicil 1 Dec 1793 replaces son Amos if he dies with son John Winner; witnessed by Sam'l Delancey, John Dole, and Joseph Sharp. Affidavit of executor dated 12 Aug 1806.
      ii. 3493H: John Winner Jr., "late of township of Egg Harbor," Gloucester Co. Inventory dated 27 Oct 1823. Adminstrator: Abigail Winner who signs as "Abbigail Winner." Proved 1 Nov 1823. [Son of John and Millicent.]
      iii. 2973H: William Winner of Waterford Twp., Gloucester Co. Inv. appraised 15 Oct 1813. Administrator Jesse Winner's affidavit dated 26 Oct 1813. [Probably sons of Abraham Winner of Northampton and nephews of John and Millicent.]
      iv. 28A: John Winner of Egg Harbor, Atlantic Co. Inv. dated 5 Dec 1839 and proved 24 Dec 1839. Administratrix: Harriet Winner. All inventory items are farm related. [Son of John and Abigail, g.son of John and Millicent.]
      v. 417A: Thomas D. Winner of Egg Harbor, Atlantic Co. Will dated 6 Mar 1868 and proved 13 Jun 1868. Inventory dated 13 Jun 1868 and includes standard household and office items. Executor David B. Somers. Mentions: wife Ann Winner (receives 1/3), son Thomas Winner (1/3 of 2/3), "little daughter Margarett Winner" (1/3 of 2/3), and son George and daughter Mary (shares 1/3 of 2/3). Will mentions "his four children"; makes wife Ann guardian of children Thomas and Margaret who are under age 14. Mentions his desire for tombstones for him and "Margaret Winner deceased." Executor: "friend David B. Somes." Witnesses: George Anderson and Elijah Townsend. Affidavits signed 13 Jun 1868. [Son of John and Abigail, g.son of John and Millicent.]
      vi. 1304A: Thomas D. Winner of Atlantic Co. Inventory dated 22 Jul 1893. Administrator George S. Winner.

      BIRTH:
      1. NFS accessed 22 Nov 2011 indicates b. 14 May 1752 and d. 14 Jul 1806 in Gloucester co., NJ. No documentation for these dates.