There's a Hunterdon Co. will dtd. 11 Sep 1727, proven 20 Dec 1727, mentioning wife, Ann, cousin Christopher, brothers Thomas and James. Will proved 9 Dec 1727 "46J, book 2, page 480, 1727." He had children: Samuel, Thomas, Nathaniel, Maurice (or Morris), Mary, and Anne, all under age in 1727. Ferry and 20 acres, home farm, farm in Somerset County now occupied by Jonathan Runion, land bought of Henry Farnsworth, do. of Jonathan Reading, farm now occupied by Nohnathan Reynolds, house and lot in Trenton adjoining the Court House bought of James Trent, part of Sybal's Plantation, bought of Thomas Wyatt with wife Syball and John Rogers with wife Martha, land in Amwell. Personal estate: two slaves, bonds due by Henry Vroom. Executors: brother Thomas, James Leonard, and Daniel Howell of Trenton, blacksmith. Witnesses: Edward FitzRandolph, Jno. Stockton, James White, Isaac Reeder, James Geary, Joseph Harden.
Nathaniel LEONARD and Ann Martha Boucher Roignan RUNYON were married about 1700. Ann Martha Boucher Roignan RUNYON, daughter of Vincent Roignan RUNYON and Anne Martha BOUCHER, was born about 1673 in NJ. She died about 1727 at the age of 54 in Trenton, NJ.
Nathaniel LEONARD and Ann Martha Boucher Roignan RUNYON had the following children: