William and Margaret remained In Philadelphia until about 1735, at which time he moved to Gwynedd, Montgomery Co. A Land patent from Thomas and Richard Penn to William Briggs, containing about 675 acres in southwest Rockhill Township, Bucks Co., was recored16 Feburary 1735. William and his family were granted a certificate to the Friends Wrightstown Monthly Meeting 24 February, 1739. 1752 Bucks Co. tax records list William Briggs in Newtown Township, Bucks County wills, proved 9 September 1758 for William Briggs, Newtown, Yeoman,15 August 1758, mentions sons Edmund and James, executors. Sons Benjamin, Joseph and Samuel, son John's children (his son John 10 S more than his sisters ??), son William's children, daughters Elizabeth Chapman, Jane and Ellen Buckman and Margaret Briggs - 58 A. in Warwick Township, lately Abraham Claypoole's to Edmond and James. Witness John Twining, Joseph Hamton and John Story. William bequeathed money to the Wrightstown Friends Meeting to help build a stone wall around the Cemetery.
More About William Briggs: Date born 2: January 11, 1679/801 Date born 3: Abt. 16901
More About William Briggs and Margaret Cutler: Marriage 1: November 13, 1710, Christchurch, Philadelphia, Pennyslvania. Marriage 2: November 13, 1710, Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.1
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