Notes for Peter Aller: Croton was long ago called Allertown for the number of Aller families living nearby, but when the post office was established in 1845 the name was changed.
Oath of Allegiance: Name: Joh. Peter Aller, Ship: Ship TWO BROTHERS Place: ROTTERDAM Date: SEPT. 15, 1752 IMMIGRANTS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: Volume 1
Peter's Will was dated 5/17/1773 and calls himself yeoman. Oldest son, Peter Aller 5 shillings; wife, Elizabeth, the plantation while his widow; son, John, the plantation after wife's death or marriage; son Peter the plantation where he lives, formerly belonging to Philip Kaes; son Philip 100 lbs; daughter Mary some livestock; daughter Rebekah, livestock, daughter Rachel, the same; daughter Sarah, cow and bed, daughters, Catharine, Elizabeth, Mary, Anne, Rebekah, Rachel and Sarah 250 lbs. Exeuctors, son John. Proved Amwell Twp, Hunterdon Co., NJ April 1778 at Pittstown. Inventory 289.2.6 lbs made by Samuel Furman and Peter Rockafellow.
From One World Tree: Spouse Anna Elisabetha Kaes 1718–1810 Children Peter Aller 1749–1839 John Aller 1750– Phillip Aller 1752– Mary Aller 1753– Rachel Aller1754– Rebeckah Aller 1754– Sarah Aller 1755– Catherine Aller 1756– Elizabeth Aller 1756– Anna Barbara Aller 1760–1816
More About Peter Aller and Anna Elizabeth Kaes: Marriage: 1737, Prussia.
Children of Peter Aller and Anna Elizabeth Kaes are:
+John Aller, b. Abt. 1740, Hunterdon Co., NJ, d. Jun 1817, Amwell, Hunterdon Co., NJ.