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Isaac DEWITT
Jerusha PRICE
Husband:  Isaak/Eserk DEWITT
Birth:  11 Sep 1741, Sussex Co., NJ
Baptism:  1 Nov 1741, Readington Church, Hunterdon Co., NJ
Death:  21 Feb 1822, Frankford, Sussex Co., NJ
Father:  Paulus DEWITT
Mother:  Catherine JOHNSON
Marriage:
Wife:  Jerusha PRICE
Birth:  25 May 1751
Father:  Samuel PRICE
Children born in Sussex Co., NJ:
  1.  Zacharia Price DEWITT, b. 24 Apr 1768
  2.  Anna DEWITT
  3.  Mary DEWITT, b. ca. 1770
  4.  Catherine DEWITT, b. 1 Aug 1773 
  5.  Elizabeth DEWITT, b. 18 Mar 1776
  6.  Jerusha DEWITT, b. ca. 1777 
  7.  Jemima DEWITT, b. ca. 1779; m1. 3 Sep 1799, Sussex Co., NJ, Richard SWIFT; m2. 18 Dec 1818, Knox Co., OH, Benjamin PITTMAN
  8.  John DEWITT, b. 8 Feb 1782; m. Mary WASHER
  9.  Sarah DEWITT, b. 1784
10.  Lucy DEWITT, b. 2 Apr 1786 
11.  Susannah DEWITT, b. ca. 1788
12.  Azuba DEWITT, b. ca. 1792; m. 28 Oct 1819, Knox Co., OH, Charles MANN
13.  Isaac DEWITT, b. 9 Mar 1794; m. Magdalena WASHER


Sources:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).

2.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

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