I will ignore the Ancestry Member Tree hints for now and concentrate on the records.
One hint was from the database New Jersey, Abstracts of Wills, 1670-1817.
The names of John's children matches what I had in my RootsMagic database, though I didn't have daughter Elizabeth listed. I descend through son Joseph (b. 1706). There may have been more children, but at least I know that these were the ones living by 1741.
I did not know that the family owned slaves, but they must have at least owned the two women.
Another hint was from the database U.S. Census Reconstructed Records, 1660-1820.
|Household Remarks:||"AN EXACT LIST OF ALL Ye INHABITANTS NAMES WthIN Ye TOWNE OF fflUSHING AND P'CINCTS OF OLD AND YOUNG ffREEMEN & SERUANTS WHITE & BLACKE &C. 1698. . . . ffreemen-men".|
This record gives another alternative name for John, but matches where my database had him being married to Mary, circa 1702.
Another hint was from the database New Jersey, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1643-1890.
|Database:||NJ Early Census Index|
The other record hint was from a compiled family tree database, so I'm ignoring that one as well for now.
I've updated the information I have for John in my RootsMagic database, and I added the additional children to my Ancestry Member Tree.
If you are related and/or have any additional corrections or information, I would love to hear from your.