Clipped From The Courier-News
63-tate PIONEERS OF PLMNF1ELD (Continued from page J.) Anne, Kate, Mary, Charles H., Mar garet and Clara. Thomas Laing, born 1759, by second wife, Mary! Shotwell, had Jediah, born 1794; Martha, born 1795; Rebecca, born; 1801; Anna, born 1804; Thomas,) born 1811; Margaret, born 1S06,! married Edward Soutnwick, and had Thomas. (6) Catherine Laing, born 1763, married Richard Cutter. (7) Isaac Laing, Jr., born 1767, 1 married Catherine Kinsey and Sarah Tucker, and had by nrst wife Joel, born 1789; Amible, born 1790; Sarah, born 1793, who married Clarkson Vail; Thomas, born 1795, J married Catherine ClarK; Peter V., born 1800, married Sarah Vail, who', afterwards married Zachariah Veb-j Veb-j Veb-j eter; Catherine, born 1802; Rachel, j born 1804; Jenette, born 1806, mar-i mar-i mar-i rled Joseph Freeman. J With the citation of most of thej children and grandchildren of the ! pioneer John Laing, Jr., of Scottish' birth, this data will conclude his line. He lived near Plainfleld. The following information of his brother, William, may be Interesting and instructive, as both were neighbors neighbors for years. The genealogy of this member of the lalng family of East Jersey traces most of his . de scendants outside of original Quaker! stock. The immediate followers of I William Laing were five sons and ! two daughters William, Jr., John, j Samuel, George, Benjamin, Jane and i Anna. A brief sketeh o.f each will be given given In the next chapter.