Note: 54. pp 38 & 39.
"Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey" Vol X - 1801-1805. Edited by Elmer T. Hutchinson. 1946.
Ibid. p 230. "1812, Mar 5. Latourette, John, of Piscataway, Middlesex Co.; will of. Eldest daughter, Sarah Powell, $500. Daughter, Mary Clickinger, $500. To Susannah, $500. Whatever account I may have against them to be deducted from said legacies. Eldest son, David, $750. Sons, Joseph, John, and Abraham, each, $750. Residue of estate, real and personal to be sold, debts paid and remainder divided between five sons, david, Henry, Joseph, John and Abraham. Executors-son, Joseph, and son-in-law, Matthias Clickinger. Witnesses-Henry DeGroot, John H. Voorhees. Proved Mar 20, 1813. Notations on back of will: 1804, advanced to Sarah Powell for outset, $157.87, advanced to Mary Clickinger for outset, $176.70. 1806, advanced to David and Henry Latourette in company for which I have no obligation, $337.50. 1806, advanced to Susannah Latourette for outset, $250.50. 1811, April, advanced to Joseph Latourette, $168.75. (This item is crossed off.) Same item repeated. 1813, Feb 21. Inventory, $5,080.71; made by Samuel Drake, Anthony Morse. File 10413L."
Latourette List, Feb. 2001. The 1880 History of Parke County, Indiana. JH Beadle. Chicago. HH Hill. "John L. Clickener, farmer, Waterman, was born in NJ in 1831 in Hunterton Co., and is the son of Marcus and Mary (LaTourette) Clickener....."
Note: "Latourette Annals in America", Lyman E. Latourette. Portland. The Oregon Bookbinding Co., 19
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