||Adam Mott Jr. was a New Netherland settler.|
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Adam, the oldest son, was baptized in the New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church In New York on Nov. 14, 1649.
He married Mary Stillwell in July 1678. STILLWELL/MOTT - Dr. John E. Stillwell stated that he had in his possession the original marriage license of Adam Mott Junior of Hempstead and Mary Stillwell the daughter of Mrs. Anne Stillwell of Gravesend. Married and dated July 9, 1678.American Marriage Records Before 1699 reflects: MOTT, Adam and Mary Stilwell, 1678, 9 July 1678, Gravesend, N.Y.
His wife Mary, was the dau. of Nicholas Stillwell. He was of Hempstead, a Justice of the Peace, and in 1713 was living at the south side, at Rockaway. The only children known as hers were Ann, Mary, and Adam, all on the census list of 1698. The son Adam had, some time before 1719, married his half cousin Elizabeth Mott, and was living at Rockaway, but later was of Staten Island, where he was the county clerk from 1728 to 1738. He was afterwards "of the Province of Pennsylvania, gentlemen," and died sometime before March 1749, when his widow gave the administration bond. She made her Will in 1777 (proved 1778) then of Staten Is. Among their children were Elizabeth who before 1743 had married Benj. Seaman, and Richbell , who mar. 1736 Mary Seamans, dau. of Richard and Sarah, and died before July 11, 1745, leaving a son Richbell. 
Adam Mott was of Hempstead, a Justice of the Peace, and in 1713 was residing on the south side at Rockaway. source: Craig Hubbard.
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