She was named in her father's will in 1799 only as Rachel without mention of a husband.
Rachel was named co-executor in John's will and she survived him "by several years" according to one history. Estate receipts from the children before 1824 say Robert and Rachel but those in 1824 say Robert, "surviving executor of the estate of John and Rachel Lisle, decest."
She was said to have lived her later years with daughter, Rachel Sackett.
Robert was also executor of his mother's estate.
Debits to her estate:
1 loom 7.12 1/2
1 plow 6.00
Note on John Lisle 14.60
Note on Samuel Maynard 13.68
Note on Samuel G Flanakin 16.31 1/2
Note on Lewis Rinde(?) 6.50
Note on James Lisle 22.50
Note on John Fauten 14.93 3/4
Note on Benjamin Sells 4.25
Note on Daniel Hess 4.26
Note on Rachel Sacket 16.50
Note on Joseph Hunter 4.82 1/2
1 tin kettel, 1 shovel and tongs
1 pair steel yards 5.00
Credits totaled 137.51
The estate was split among seven of the children received $17.00
Next to John's stone is an identical stone but the lettering has weathered away.