“Colonial History of the State of NJ”, v.28 p.25 note: Lewis, son of John Guest.
of New Brunswick, Middlesex, NJ, at time of first marriage.[“Colonial History of the State of NJ”, ]
m1. 27 June 1743 New Brunswick, NJ, Neeltje Van CLEEF, bap.7 June 1724 Monmouth, NJ, d.10 Sep.1744. No issue.
#021; Lewis GUEST and Benjamin VAN CLEAF of New Brunswick... [bound to]... Lewis MORRIS Govr... 500 pounds... 27 June 1743. ... Lewis GUEST... obtained license of marriage forhimself and for Noeltje VANCLEAF of New Brunswick aforesd spinster... [w] Tho:s BARTOW Secty
m2. 5 May 1747 Jane LAWRENCE of Monmouth Co., “both of Monmouth Co.” [“Colonial History of the State of NJ”, v.28 p.25 note: says "both of Monmouth Co."] Jane Lawrence is the niece of Neeltje Van Cleef his first wife.
Lewis the son of John married and continued to live in New Jersey [“Stinnett, Guest & Allied Lines” by Alice Stinnett], and m. a Jane LAWRENCE,
Lewis met Jane LAWRENCE because Jane is the niece of Neeltje Van CLEEF, his first wife. [MW]
Neeltje Femmetje Van CLEEF, of New Brunswick, Middlesex, NJ at time of Marriage. [“Colonial History of the State of New Jersey”, vol 28 p.25 note: of New Brunswick.]
Van Cleef Guest,
[“The Van Cleef Family” by Wilson V. Ledley 1976 Polyanthos, New Orleans: p.19:]
Neeltje not named in the Long Island Genealogy Surname Database for this family.
d.10 Sep.1744 prob. New Brunswick, NJ, was removed later from ?? to Presbyterian Church Yard to ? Willow Grove Cemetery, New Brunswick, NJ.