I have a Abraham Coriell (French spelling is Querella), a Freeholder in Piscataway, Middlesex Co., N.J. in 1702. His name with others is from the East Jersey Records through the Elizabeth Bill in Chancery. The first public record of him is in the Piscataway Township Record and the name is there spelled Corriell. Abraham's Coriell's mark for "Cattel, Horses, and Hoogs is three slits in ye right ear. One in ye top of ye ear and a slit on each side. Entered this first Day of September, 1702. (signed) Edmund Slater, Towne Clerk."
He probably came over with the Scotch and English emigrants who were exposed to not a little persecution from the Nationsl Church at home, and who landed by ship load at Amboy and penetrated up the Raritan in the early years of 1700.
Children of Abraham Coriell
1. Abraham of Piscataway, Middlesex Co., wife Catryntie ?
2. Emanuel of Lambertville, Hunterdon Co., wife Sarah Tunison
3. David of Piscataway, Middlesex Co, wife Elsie Slack
4. Samuel of Bridgewater, Somerset Co., "wife and children"
David Coriell, son of Abraham Coriell of Piscataway, born in 1702, married Elsie Slack. He bought land in Piscataway of Alexander MacDowell of Perth Amboy, July 28, 1730.
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