File no. 35 from Abstracts of Early Monmouth County Court Papers, Part II, is a power of attorney given by George Brower to Samuel R. Gaskill. The power of attorney is in regard to the Estate of David Brower.
No. 35. Estate of David Brower
The document is dated 27 October 1846, and the source given is Monmouth County Misc., Book C, pages 337-338.
The George Brower is later in the document referred to as George W. Brower, and it is stated that he is the only heir of Robert Brower, deceased. At the time, George W. Brower was living in Burlington County, New Jersey. His father, Robert Brower, had purchased land, of his father's estate, in 1810, so it is likely that Robert was born prior to 1790. A date of birth has not been found. Robert Brower, was a son of David Brower (or Brewer) who wrote his will 16 August 1804. It was proved 15 October 1804. David was a son of William Brewer and Sarah Allen, and was a grandson of Adam Brewer (1696-1768/69) of Shrewwsbury, and a great-great-grandson of Adam Brouwer of Gowanus, L.I. David Brower's wife was Ann Morris. The identity of Robert Brower's wife has not yet been found.
See also, the post of December 13, 2013.