was born in 1665 at Utrecht, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Dirck Storm
and Maria Montfort
. Maria Storm married Casper Joost Springsteen
before 1683. Maria Storm left a will on 8 November 1723 at Newtown, Queens County, New York.
In the name of God, Amen. November 8, 1723. I, CASPAR SPRINGSTEEN, of Newtown, Queens County, being sick. I leave to my wife Mary, all household goods, and movables, and the best room in my house, and she shall keep what goods and movables she may think convenient for her use, and she is to have the use of all the estate, for her maintainance. I leave to my son Joris, my home farm and orchard and land adjoining. And 1/3 of the salt meadows, that part which I used to mow myself. And he is to pay what remains due on two bonds to Gertry Lott and Johannis Lott. And he is to pay to his brother Derrick, œ50. I leave to my son Abraham, the house, barn, orchard, and land adjoining, bounded west by Jonathan Moore, east by Mr. Pumry (Pomeroy?), north and south by highways. And a piece of woodland lying near his, between the land of William Creed and the land of Jonathan Coe. Also 1/3 of a piece of salt meadow joining the meadow of Jonathan Coe and David Coe. I leave to my son David, the house and lot he now lives on, bounded east by George Remsen, north and west by Robert Field, south by highway. And a piece of wood land and cleared land, bounded north and west by land of David Coe, south by Richard Betts, north by highway. Also 1/3 of the salt meadow, that part which he commonly mows. My son David is to pay to my daughter, Gertry Miler, œ50. After death of my wife, all the rest of movables to my 5 children. I make my wife, and my son Joris, and my brother [in-law], Peter Praw, executors.
Witnesses, Robert Field, Samuel Wright, Josiah Herman.
She died on 21 May 1729 at Newtown, Queens County, New York. Her estate was proved on 7 August 1729.