Isaac Van Meteren (1692 - c.1757)

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Birthplace: Marbletown, Ulster, New York, USA
Death: Died in Fort Pleasant, Hampshire, Virginia, United States
Managed by: Harriet Hancock Harris
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About Isaac Van Meteren

scalped by indians -------------------- Bought a number of Tracts of land near Salem, New Jersey where he resided until 1730.

On June 17, 1730, he obtained from Gov. Goost of Virginia a grant of 10,000 acres of land "beyond the Blue Ridge" upon which he and divers other families were to settle.

About 1744 he and his family settled and built a home at Port Pleasant Old Fields, Virginia where he was killed and scapled by the Indians 1767.

His will was filed with the County Clerk of Hampshire County Virginia on December 14, 1757 (?). Hampshire County subsequently became a part of Hardy County when that county was formed

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Isaac Van Meteren's Timeline

1692
August 9, 1692
Marbletown, Ulster, New York, USA
1692
KINGSTON, NY
1692
1717
1717
Age 24
Philadelphia, PA
1717
Age 24
Moreland Manoa, Pennsylvania, United States
1719
1719
Age 26
1719
Age 26
1722
1722
Age 29
1730
1730
Age 37
1732
February 1, 1732
Age 39
Hardy County West Virginia