Per Chalkley's Chronicles - see the name Nicholas Oswedy in the following:
Page 49.—10th February, 1772. George Fults's (Foltz) will—To wife. Catharine Barbara, all estate until youngest child Susanna comes to age of twelve years; to oldest son, George; to youngest son, John Phillips, infant; to daughters, Hanna. Eave, Susanna. Teste: Adam Loff, Adam Harpole, Nicholas Oswedy. Proved, 16th March, 1773 (written in the "Garman Tong" and translated by Anthony Ayler) by Adam Lock and Adam Harpole. Widow Catherine Barbara qualified with Nicholas Harpole, Adam Lock.http://books.google.com/books?pg=PA127&lpg=PA127&dq=...
Eric Hedrick found not only the original German will but the translation as well and I have to say that the name, indeed, appears to be Nicholas Oswedy on the translation. However, on the German will, the German signature of the surname of the witness Nicholas appears to start with "Sch" and end with a "y". Nicholas Judy also is listed on the sale bill.
I have not yet come across another exemplar of Nicholas Judy's signature but I will make a note to update this if it's found to either be his for certain or if it's found to be someone else's. Nicholas Judy is said to have married one of George Fultz's daughters at a later date - and, although not a neighbor of the Fultzes, he lived not a great distance away..