Patience Brown b 1743 married to William Morrison-related to Patience Brown Hadley

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please help!...i have a Patience Brown b; 10 april 1743 in nottingham, pennsylvania married to William Morrison b; 1733 in pennsylvania. Im trying to work out if its the same Patience that married a Joshua Hadley b; 1703. Something is not adding up, maybe different Patience, or Patience Hadley's daughter was named Patience and married a Morrison? Who is Patience Brown b 1743 in relation to Patience Brown married to Joshua Hadley?
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Patience Brown Hadley (1712-1783) who married Joshua Hadley, Sr. was born about 31 years before the other Patience Brown who married William Morrison. 

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Birth: Mar. 6, 1703, Ireland
Death: Nov. 10, 1760
Orange County
North Carolina, USA
 
There are no known records documenting the burial location of Joshua Hadley. However, it is likely that he was buried in Cane Creek Monthly Meeting burial grounds since this is where his wife Patience Hadley is buried.
 
 
A bronze memorial was erected for Joshua and Patience Hadley at Spring Monthly Meeting Cemetery in 1931 and can be viewed HERE                           www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=47596730&PIpi=117135779
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Simon Hadley (1675 - 1756)
  Ruth Keran Miller Hadley (1677 - 1751)
 
 Spouses:
  Mary Rowland Hadley (1706 - 1733)
  Patience Brown Hadley (1712 - 1783)*
 
 Children:
  Ruth Hadley Marshill (1726 - 1812)*
  Thomas Hadley (1728 - 1781)*
  Simon Hadley (1737 - 1803)*
  Mary Ruth Hadley Piggott (1739 - 1810)*
  Jeremiah Hadley (1741 - 1786)*
  Joshua Hadley (1743 - 1815)*
  Joseph Hadley (1745 - 1793)*
  Hannah Hadley Johnson (1749 - 1809)*
  Catherine Hadley Holaday (1752 - 1819)*
 
 Siblings:
  Joshua Hadley (1703 - 1760)
  Simon Hadley (1704 - 1739)*
  Hannah Hadley Stanfield (1709 - 1783)*
  Ruth Hadley Lindley (1712 - 1785)*
  Ann Hadley Gregg (1717 - 1750)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Cane Creek Monthly Meeting Cemetery 
Snow Camp
Alamance County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: Unmarked grave.
 
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by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.1m points)
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Greetings!
 Will, 17 Sep 1760, Orange County, North Carolina Colony. (posted at Hadley Society website http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hadleysociety/) THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JOSHUA HADLEY IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, I Joshua Hadley of Orange County in the province of North Carolina being weak of body but of sound memory (blessed be God) do this seventieth (17th?) day of September in the Year of Our Lord, One-thousand-seven-hundred-and sixty make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following (that is to say). First, I give and bequeath unto Patience, my dearly beloved wife, all the profits, commodities arising from the plantation I now live on until the day of her death or the day of her marriage. It is my will that at the day of my beloved wife's death or the day of her marriage, it should please God to enjoin her with it that the plantation I live on shall be my son Joseph's, his heirs and assigns forever, in fee simple, also, it is my will that my son, Joseph, shall pay the sum of twenty-five pounds proclamation money to my daughter Lydia at the day of her marriage or at the age of eighteen. Also, I give and bequeath unto Patience, my dearly beloved wife, all the working utensils, furniture, and also all the stock of horses, cattle, sheep, or swine, also it is my will that my dearly beloved wife Patience shall pay the sum of fifty pounds proclamation money to my daughter, Lydia, at the day of her marriage or at the age or eighteen, but the horses, beasts that I give my sons viz Joshua and Joseph before, shall be their own property and likewise it is my will that my just debts and funeral is to paid first and the remainder of my moveables and money that is coming to me it is my will it should be my beloved wife's only the bringing up my children to the ages of maturity and giving them education excepting some small legacies I propose to will to my beloved children hereafter. I will and bequeath to my son, Jeremiah, one tract of land called the Half-Moon Bottom on James River in Virginia containing one-hundred and fifteen acres and to him his heirs and assigns forever in fee simple. I give and bequeath to Joshua, my son, two tracts of land one called Long Bottom containing one hundred eighty-six acres and the other called Round Bottom containing fifty acres both lying on James River to him his heirs assigns forever in fee simple; also it is my will that my sons, viz Jeremiah and Joshua, each of them shall pay the sum of six pounds five shillings proclamation money to my daughter, Lydia, at the day of her marriage or at the age of eighteen. I will and bequeath to my son, Thomas Hadley, the sum of five shillings sterling and to my daughter Ruth Marshall and my daughters, Mary Poggo, Deborah, Hannah and Katherine I will and bequeath unto each one of them five shillings sterling they all being already portioned by my father and myself. I will and bequeath unto my daughter, Sarah Fred, all the money and bonds now due to me in Pennsylvania. Also, it is my will that my daughter, Sarah Fred, shall pay unto my son, Simon, the sum of five pounds to be paid within six months next after my decease also to pay my step-mother ten shillings yearly during her widowhood. I further do appoint my beloved wife, Patience, and my son Joshua to be my executors of this my last will and testament and I do hereby revoke all other wills and testaments by me made and I do deliver this to my last will and testament given under my hand and seal the day and year above written. Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and delivered by the said, Joshua Hadley to be his Last Will and Testament in presence of us. N.B. It is my will that if any of my children should die before they come of age that their legacy should be equally divided among the rest that survives. (Text courtesy of John W. Hadley)
by Judyann Townsend G2G6 (9.2k points)
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If you got to Jeremiah Brown's profile at
https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Brown-2475
and click on descendants,
you will see both Patience show up in the drop down list ...

1 Jeremiah Brown m2: Mrs. Mary (Royal) Coale
2 Patience Brown m: Joshua L. Hadley, Sr.
2 Joshua Brown
3 Patience Brown m: William Morrison

So Mrs. Patience Hadley is the aunt of Mrs. Patience Morrison.
by N Gauthier G2G6 Pilot (112k points)

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