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a. Note:   c 6, 1808. " my daughter, Polly Britten, 100 pounds...I also order the part of estate upon which I now live to the eastward of the gate upon the NE road, to be sold after my decease and the proceeds equally divided between my two daughters, Elizabeth LaForge and Mary Britton upon the condition that they bring up my granddaughter, Ann Hart, with reasonable tenderness...Executors - son John Latourette, sons-in-law Philip LaForge and Samuel Britton."
Copy of a letter written by Ida Dudley Dale, 372 Prospect Ave., Randall Manor, Staten Island. Nov. 9, 1943 to Miss Romeyn"....Mrs. Bartling - as she is so enthusiastic about the La Tourettes. ... (she was ninty last Dec.)(1140 - 5th Ave) She wrote that anytime you come to New York, she would be please to meet you and show the portrait of her grandmother Mary ("Polly") La Tourette, who married Samuel Britten."
Staten Island Church Records by Alexander Tobia Wright FHL 974.726/s1 K2wr. Marriage. May 24, 1797 Samuel Britton, Polly LaTorett.
Verna Hill Jacob. b 15 Sep 1777 d 8 Jun 1845
Note:   Named in father's will. David Latourette. NY Wills File #136, Liber A P 391, Feb 9, 1799, De is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.