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I recently ordered a copy of the "Damages from the British in Somerset
County, Volume 5, from the New Jersey Archives, for Mary Okie, widow of
Abraham Oakey. I noticed that one of those people swearing that they knew
that the items listed in the Inventory were left in New Brunswick was
ELIZABETH LABOYTEAUX. However, when I went into the search engine located
in the New Jersey Archives Reference Services, and typed in that surname,
nothing came up, perhaps because there is an ink blot on the last few
letters of the name so someone wrote it work into the search engine.
Th date was 25 Sept. 1782 and her name was just mentioned, but she must have
either been Mary's friend or neighbor.
This from B: Somerset, pg 96.
New Brunswick was in Somerset County at one time, thus it is not filed under