Index to Will Book A (typescript, as found):
George Biddis, p 25; Abraham Cole, p 4; Mathias Clark, p 6; John Coryell, p 7; Samuel Dearborn, p 1; Joseph Hornbeck, p 8; Frederick Harman, p 20; Ephraim Killem [Killam] p 31; Peter Michael, p 6; William Smith p 13; Solomon Westbrook, p 1. (Note - some of these names are repeated in Book B which may be additional estate business, citations or errors. Microfilm comparison of the original document would be required for confirmation.)
Index to Will Book B, May 1829 - May 1848:
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No known copyright restrictionsSurnames (including administrators): Ainsley [Ansley], Alexander, Aldrich, Bristol, Brooks, Bowhannon, Brodhead, Bonnell, Benton, Brink, Blackmore, Bradt, Burrell, Bergstrasser, Buckley, Brush, Biddis, Coursen, Cox, Caris, Coryell, Coutright [Cortright?], Cole, Cornelius, Clark, Coleman, Carpenter, Day, DePuy, Decker. Donahey, Dingman, Depui, Eldred, Femster ?, Hanna, Hornbeck, Holbert, Hasledon, Hankins, How, Jagger, James, Kimble, Killam, Lewis, Libengood, Labar, Michael, McCarty, Miller, Mott, Middaugh, Myers, Nyce, Pellet, Pinchot, Parlin?, Price, Ross, Roberts, Rockwell, Rosengrants, Rose, Ridgway, Rop, Rich, Rogers, Roys, Schoonover, Shirley, Seaman, Slawson, Steel, Swartwood, Stanton, Schuman, Smith, Stoll, Turn, Troch [Trach], Taft, Van Etten, Van Auken, Vanauken, Vangorden, Wallden, Walker, Watson, West, Williams, Westbrook, Wallace, Woolstencroft, Woodruff, Yetter, Zimerman.
See also: Index to Wills, 1848 - 1868, Pike County, Pennsylvania
Researching Pike County has always been problematic; Land Records, Deeds and Wills for the present boundaries of Pike County can be found in Bucks County through 1751, Northampton County through 1798, and Wayne County through March of 1814. FamilySearch.com has added browse only Probate Records for Bucks, Northampton and Wayne Counties should one care to wade through the material with the above dates in mind. Abstracts of Northampton County Wills & Estate Records, 1752-1802 is a helpful tool for pinpointing probate dates in order to find the original material in the browse only records as above.