NameHeinrich (Henry) Schantz , 5G Grandfather, M
Birthca 1758, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A84
Death20 Jan 1840, Salisbury, New Brunswick, Canada84
BurialFirst Salisbury Baptist Cemetery (Old Pioneer Cemetery), Grub Road, Salisbury parish, Westmorland County
FatherJohann Carl (Charles) Schantz , M (1721-1774)
MotherMargretha (Margaret) Lintz , F (->1797)
Spouses
Birthca 1758
Death185184,77
FatherMatthias Sommer , M (ca1720-<1768)
MotherChristina Null , F (ca1730-ca1783)
ChildrenCharles , M (1781-1850)
 Jacob , M (1783-1868)
 Miriam (Mariah) , F (1786-1823)
 Elizabeth , F (ca1787-1869)
 Lydia , F (1795-1840)
 Catherine , F (1798-)
 Henry , M (1801-1864)
 Solomon , M (1802-1875)
 Moses , M (ca1807-1887)
Notes for Heinrich (Henry) Schantz
His name was anglicized to Henry Jones by the time of emigration to Monckton Township.109

In 1778, as the heirs of Charles Jones, he and his brother John were deeded the tract of land including Mill Creek (on the north side of the Petitcodiac just west of Turtle Creek which is on the south side), the site of the old Acadian grist mill which they restored and ran for some time (the only grist mill in that area).90 (Not to be confused with the other “Mill Creeks” which were located west of Hall’s Creek and in Lower Coverdale (Hillsborough).)
From the report of Stephen Millidge, deputy surveyor, on March 18, 1788:
“...But one grist mill, and not one saw mill, has been erected in this Township, since the settlement of it; the grist mill you will be pleased to observe, I have represented, on Mill Creek, and was built about 6 years ago by John and Henry Jones; it has hitherto been used, and last Fall made a quantity of flour. It was originally built of logs and for want of proper repairs the house is now of little value, but I am informed the dam, made to stop the water, is still of importance as an improvement. The inclosed is an estimate of the present value of it, by two impartial persons, which I imagined it would not be improper to produce, as they are the (Jones') intend to Memorial His Excellency for the exclusive privilege of the Stream.” (Available in the New Brunswick Provincial Archives and in Mount Allison University Archives)

A listing of stones at the First Salisbury Baptist Cemetery (also called the Old Pioneer Cemetery) includes his stone:
The earliest burial ground to be established in the eastern end of Salisbury Parish. It is located across the Petitcodiac River from Salisbury Village - on the south side of the highway leading from the bridge over the Petitcodiac to the Pollet River settlements. Not many rods west of this cemetery, on the opposite side of the highway, was established in 1800, the earliest Baptist Church between Sackville and the St. John River. Rev. Joseph Crandall, who was ordained over this early Baptist log church in 1800, was intered in this cemetery. The church supplanting this early log church was built on the south bank of the Petitcodiac, directly opposite [   ].  Later, a church was built in Salisbury village. The land on which the cemetery is located, was donated by Young Sherman, father-in-law of Rev. Joseph Crandall.
(ref: Westmorland County GenWeb cemetery listings. http://www.rootsweb.com/~nbwestmo/cem-1stsalisbury.htm)92
This must be located at the north end of Grub Road since Nan Jones had indicated the cemetery was on Grub Road.84
Probate records
The Last Will and Testament of Henry Jones84

“By his Excellency Lic John Henry Lieutenant Governor and Commander- in - Chief of the Province of New Brunswick.
To all to whom these presents shall come or may concern GREETINGS:

Know ye that at Dorchester in Westmorland County on the Twenty fourth day of March in the year of our Lord, One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Forty by Edward B. Chandler, Esquire, being thereunto delegated and appointed, the last Will and Testament of Henry Jones deceased (a copy whereof is hereunto accepted) was proved and is now approved and allowed by me, the said deceased having, while he lived, and at the time of his death goods, Chattels and Credits within this province, by means whereof the province of the said Will, and the granting of administration of all and singular the said goods, Chattels and Credits, and also the Auditory, allowing and finally discharging of the account there unto me only doth belong: and that the administration of all and singular, the Goods, Chattels and Credits of the said deceased and any way concerning his Will is granted unto Solomon Trites Executor in the said Will named, having been already duly sworn, will and faithfully to administer the same, and to make and whilst a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the said good, Chattles and Credits, and also to render a just and true account thereof, when thereunto lawfully expires.
In Testimony, whereof I have covered the Perogatice seal of the said Province hereunto affixes this twenty fourth day of March in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight hundred and forty and in the third year of the reign of our Sovereign Lady Victoria by the grace of god of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen defender of the faith*

Geo S Sayre (signed) Edward B Chandler Surrogate
D. Rep. Pro. Co- West and of Probates, County Westmoreland


In the name of God, Amen. I, Henry Jones of Monkton in the County of Westmorland and Province of New Brunswick being well in health and sound in mind and memory, have thought fit to make this my last Will and Testament, as we are all mortal and no one knowth the day or hour of his being called from this Earthly Tabernacle, do hereby give and bequeath as follows VIZ Firstly, I give my soul to Almighty God in full hope and assurance of being to all eternity in his presence, thro the Visits and mediation of Jesus Christ and my body to the earth from whence it came, to have a decent Christian burial after my decease, the expenses of which is to paid out of the property I leave behind. Secondly, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Christenah, in lieu of her thirds, the sum of sixteen pounds, to be paid her yearly out of my Estate, and I shall here in after mention also, my horse, to be kept for her ride and one room in my house with all the household furniture, to be paid by my son Moses after my decease. Thirdly, I give and bequeath unto my son Charles, the sum of ten pounds in stock, to be paid by my son Moses, one half in one year, after my decease, the remainder in two years after my decease. Fourthly, I give and bequeth unto my son, Jacob, the sum of ten pounds in stock to be paid onehalf in one year after my decease the remainder in two years after my decease. Fifthly, I give and bequeath unto my son Solomon, the sum of ten pounds to be paid in stock by my son Moses the one half to be paid in one year after my decease, the remainder in two years after my decease. Sixthly, I give and bequeath unto the heirs of my daughter Mariah Colpitts deceased, the sum of ten pounds, to be divided equally, as they come to age, in one year after my decease, by my son Moses. Seventhly, I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth, Lydia, and Catherine the sum of ten pounds each to be paid in stock by my son Moses, in one year after my decease, one half, with the remainder in two years after my decease. Eightly, I give and bequeath unto my son Henry, the sum of twenty shillings, to be paid by my son Moses, in one year after my decease, with what I have already given him. Ninthly, I give and bequeath unto my son Moses all the land I now own in the Township of Monkton, together with the buildings and improvements there, also all the stock and farming utensils of every kind. It is also my Will, that my son Moses pay my funeral expenses and all my just and lawful debts. Lastly, I do constitute and appoint my wife to by my Executor, also my oldest son Charles and my trusty friend Solomon Trites, to be my Executors of this my Last Will and Testament and further, I do by those present, revoke and render, null and void all and every Will or Testament that I have heretofore made or caused to be executed, pronouncing this Instrument and this only, to be my last Will and Testament. An Witness, whereof, I have hereunto put and placed with my own free will, accord my hand and seal, this twenty third day of May in the year of our Lord, one Thousand Eight hundred and twenty nine.

Sealed Executed and delivered in the presence of us the undersigned
[signed] Henry Jones his mark X [unable to write]
John Jones Junior
Aaron Jones
Saul Jones


Westmorland * Be it remembered that on this twenty fourth day of March in the year of our Lord on Thousand Eight hundred forty before me Edward B. Chandler , Surrogate and of Probates in and for the County of Westmorland personally appeared John Jones Jr. one of the subscribing witnesses to the within and aforegoing Instrument of Writing and having been duly sworn upon the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God deposed and said that he was present and saw the Testator Henry Jones Execute the within and aforegoing Instrument of writing preporting to be the last Will and Testament of the said Henry Jones and bearing date the twenty third day of May in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight hundred twenty nine and heard him declare and pronounce the same to be and contain his last Will and Testament, That at the time thereof the said Henry Jones was of sound and disposing mind and memory.”


Source: Lutes Mountain Meeting House
Photocopy of actual Last Will and Testament
Transferred and translated to the best of my ability
by Nancy (Jones) Matthews
March 1997
Last Modified 9 May 2008Created 7 Apr 2013 using Reunion for Macintosh