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An American Family History

Mary Yerkes

 
Yerkes has also been spelled Gerkes, Gerckes, Jerghes, Jerghjes, Jurckes,Yercas, Yercks, Yerkhas, Yerkas, Yerkiss, Yerks, and Yerkus
 
 

Mary Yerkes was born in 1760 in the Manor of Moreland.  She was the daughter of Josiah Yerkes and Mary Walton.

In 1772 she and her brother Joshua witnessed the murder of Patrick Lockhart.

She was not married in 1793 when her father's will was probated. In 1793 when Josiah died, Mary inherited the house where he lived, two acres, a horse, a cow and her choice of stock.

Children of Josiah Yerkes
and Mary Walton
  • Joshua Yerkes
  • Josiah Yerkes
  • Rebecca Yerkes Wood
  • Sarah Yerkes Bower
  • Margery Yerkes Saurman
  • Mary Yerkes
  • The Manor of Moreland was composed of a tract of ten thousand acres, and was created, in 1682, by a grant from William Penn to Dr. Nicholas More. Most of the Manor was in Philadelphia County, but is now Moreland Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
     
     

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