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Husband: Daniel A. Larue
Born: 1830 Married: 17 JUL 1869 in Kingwood, Hunterdon, NJ
Daniel LaRue widow (sic) 3y of Delaware Twp. Hunt. Co. s/o "Dilly" to Harriet Smith, 23, single, of Delaware Twp d/o Joseph Smith. Died: 31 MAY 1893 in Lemuel Hoffman Farm, Raven Rock, NJ Father: Dilts Larue Mother: Susan Hoagland Spouses: Agnes Salter
Daniel, 30, Agnes 32, Mary A. 5 and Anna E. Salter 12. Farmer $650.
Buried: 1893, Sandy Ridge Cemetery
Notes: Children with Agnes Salter:
Records verified by Dilts LaRue's will, Middleton correspondence, Family bible, marriage records and death certificates.
John D. LaRue (1859-1943)
Mary Ann LaRue (1854-1942)
Edward LaRue (1857-1857) 10-24-1857 age 3 mo, 26 days)
Children with Harriet A. Smith:
Joseph LaRue (1870-1871) d. 12-12-1871 age 1 yr. 10 mos.
Susan LaRue (b. 1871)
Walter LaRue (b. 1874)
Caroline LaRue (b. 1876)
Watson LaRue (b. 1883)
Freddie LaRue (1885-1888) 2 yr, 9 mos., 14 d.
Died at age 65 in Lester LaRue's notebook. Bible says 63 yrs, 21 days.
Aunt Elsie said her grandparents met when they lived near one another. They lived just above the old covered bridge at Sergeants Mills. Daniel lived on the left and her mother (I think she means her grandmother Agnes) lived on the right.
Aunt Else says Daniel was tall and boney faced and a farmer. He raised watermelons. Farmer Occupation also listed on Death Certificate.
Aunt Mary says it is possible Daniel LaRue was a blacksmith. Mr. Chester Johnson also said this.