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Husband: Isaac LaRue
Born: about MAR 1743 Married: Died: 30 JUN 1804 in Hunterdon, NJ Father: James Larue Mother: >>> Spouses: Anna Ford
Buried with several of his family. Susan T. Secor, Mary Elizabeth Secor and Carolyn LaRue visited farm and grave in 1970 (see pictures section of website).
1803 of Amwell Twp. Hunterdon, NJ.
May 1791 James gano conveyed lands in Amwell Twp to Isaac Larowe (Deeds)
Notes: Children (all from Will):
Daniel A. Larowe
John Larew 1784-1840
Daniel was born about 1771 so he could not have been Anna Ford's son. She must have been Isaac's second wife. We know this is the correct Daniel because of Land records.
No Revolutionary war records in the National Archives.
Sources: Correspondence with Mrs. Middleton, Marriage Bond, Deeds.
From: New Jersey Archives, 1st Series Vol. XXIX, Abstract of Wills, Vol. X 1801-1805, p. 268.
1803 July 5 Larowe (Larew) Isaac, Sr. of Amwell Twsp., Hunterdon Co.; will of. wife, Anne, $80, one cow, room in house and other priviledges, while my widow; also profits of my plantation until youngest daughter Anna, is 18; also $30 yearly, while my widow. Sons, David Larew, Isaac Larew and Lambert Larew to be apprenticed to learn trades when 16. Daughter Mary, $266.66. Son Daniel, that part of my plantation adjoining lands of John Dennis and the Alishawking Creek, 129 Acres; he to pay my daughter Mary, her legacy, adn allow my wife, Anne, privileges of house, etc. and pay her $30 yearly, after daughter, Anne, is 18. Test of plantation adjoining lands of Samuel Barber, Gershom Lambert and heirs of Andrew Larrison, to be sold after daughter, Anne, is 18 and proceeds of said sale and residue of personal estate to be divided between my sons and daughters; i.e. John, David, Isaac, Lambert, Charlotte and Anne, Executors- wife, Anne, and son Daniel Larew. Witnesses-William Taylor, Peter Bake, Samuel Taylor. Proved Aug. 7, 1804. 1804, Aug 7 Inventory $499.20; made by Wm. Taylor and Peter Bake. 1803, May 27 Map of Isaac Larew's land per survey made by John Lequear.