He told his children that his Aunt Rachel Baker came in the same ship with William Penn.1 Military: American Revolution. Private. In Continental Line, Westmoreland Co. (PA Archives. Series 5. Vol. IV. p. 455: "Depreciation Pay."
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Will, : By 1813, all of George Sill's children had granted him Power of Attorney to sell the inheritance of their deceased sister Sarah Sill. On the 25th October of that year, George sold Sarah's 50 acres, along with his property in Elizabeth Township, to the sons of Joseph Edmundson. Sometime shortly thereafter he and Isabella removed to Ohio Township, Clermont County, Ohio, where they are enumerated in the 1820 census.
WILL OF GEORGE G. SILL, 1825: To wife ISABELLA, real and personal estate during life; To eldest son WILLIAM SILL: one dollar, remainder of money from deceased sister SARAH's estate; daughter MARY RARDIN: 50 dollars, upon her death then to DAVID RARDIN; second son GEORGE SILL: the land I am now living on; to daughter ISABELLA KENNEDY: 25 dollars; to Grandson GEORGE GRAY: 20 dollars for his deceased mother's right ot my estate; to grandsons MARTIN and GEORGE KENNEDY 20 dollars each for their deceased mother's birthright to my estate; to JAMES MCAFEE: 5 dollars; the balance one half to JOSEPH and WILLIAM SILL to be divided equal, the other half to be divided between GEORGE SILL's sons WILLIAM, GEORGE, HUGH, and JAMES.