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Joseph Jacob1,2 (M)
(May 1, 1646 - February 9, 1708), #153
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     Joseph, Nicholas Jacob's child, resided with Nicholas "In 1635 the family moved to Bare Cove, renamed Hingham, Mass. He is recorded as owning a house and lot in Hingham in September of 1635, and in 1636 as being granted two six-acre plots and "the first of the great lots next to the Weymouth River.", at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, after 1635.2 Joseph was born at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, on May 1, 1646.1,2,3 He was the son of Nicholas Jacob and Mary Gilman. He was baptized at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, on May 10, 1646. Religion:. BAPTISM: 10 May 1646, Hingham, Plymouth, MA.3 He married Hannah Bosworth at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, circa 1670.1,2,4 Joseph's occupation: Carpenter at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, before 1685.5 Joseph's occupation: Constable at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, after 1685.5 He moved in 1693 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies. Soon after his brother John died in 1693 Joeseph removed to
Bristol, RI.. Joseph died on February 9, 1708 at Bristol, Bristol Co., Rhode Island, British Colonies, at age 61.6,1,2

Children of Joseph Jacob and Hannah Bosworth
Joseph Jacob b. Feb 20, 1673, d. before 1675
Joseph Jacobs+ b. Apr 10, 1675, d. Nov 1, 1703
Benjamin Jacob b. Jun 27, 1677
Benjamin Jacob b. Apr 10, 1680, d. Aug 17, 1703
Nathanial Jacob+ b. Jan 29, 1683, d. Feb 22, 1772
Mary Jacob b. Sep 16, 1686, d. Mar 22, 1696

Citations

  1. [S113] Roscoe J Dearth, Dearth Family, Extended.
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  3. [S216] George Lincoln, The History of the Town of Hingham Massachusetts: The Genealogies.
  4. [S217] Ethel Farrington Smith, Seventeenth Century Hull, Massachusetts.
  5. [S215] William Cutter, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts.
  6. [S45] Great Migration Begins; Immigrants to New England, pg. 1070.

Joseph Jacob (M)
(May 19, 1770 - ), #515
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     Joseph died. Joseph was born at Thompson, Windham Co., CT., British Colonies, on May 19, 1770. He was the son of Whitman Jacob and Rebecca Rice.1,2,3,4,5 He married Sarah Bugg circa 1790.

Citations

  1. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  3. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.
  4. [S163] 198u- VA, .
  5. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .

Joseph Jacob1 (M)
(July 12, 1717 - October 10, 1739), #523
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     Joseph was born at Rhode Island, British Colonies, on July 12, 1717.1 He was the son of Nathanial Jacob and Mary Mercy Whitman. He moved in 1732 at Bristol, Bristol Co., Rhode Island, USA.2 Joseph died on October 10, 1739 at Woodstock, Windham Co., VT., at age 22.1

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .

Joseph Jacob1 (M)
(February 20, 1673 - before 1675), #2079
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     Joseph was born at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, on February 20, 1673.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of Joseph Jacob and Hannah Bosworth. Joseph died before 1675.

Citations

  1. [S113] Roscoe J Dearth, Dearth Family, Extended.
  2. [S216] George Lincoln, The History of the Town of Hingham Massachusetts: The Genealogies.
  3. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  4. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  5. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.

Joseph Jacob (M)
(August 16, 1707 - ), #6955
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     Joseph died. Joseph was born on August 16, 1707. He was the son of David Jacob and Mary Cushing.

Child of Joseph Jacob and Mary Foster
Nathaniel Jacobs+ b. Apr 6, 1750, d. 1822

Josiah Jacob1,2 (M)
(November 6, 1642 - November 24, 1642), #151
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     Josiah, Nicholas Jacob's child, resided with Nicholas "In 1635 the family moved to Bare Cove, renamed Hingham, Mass. He is recorded as owning a house and lot in Hingham in September of 1635, and in 1636 as being granted two six-acre plots and "the first of the great lots next to the Weymouth River.", at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, after 1635.2 Josiah was born at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, on November 6, 1642.1,2 He was the son of Nicholas Jacob and Mary Gilman. His body was interred on November 24, 1642 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies. 1642/43.1 Josiah died on November 24, 1642 at Hingham, County of Norfolk, Norfolkshire, England, at age 0.1

Citations

  1. [S113] Roscoe J Dearth, Dearth Family, Extended.
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.

Laura Emma Jacob (F)
(December 21, 1877 - ), #6926
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     Laura died. Laura was born on December 21, 1877. She was the daughter of Barton Jacob and Lucy M. Jenkins.

Lottie M. Jacob (F)
(November 18, 1873 - ), #6925
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     Lottie died. Lottie was born on November 18, 1873. She was the daughter of Barton Jacob and Lucy M. Jenkins.

Louise Ann Jacob (F)
(January 5, 1883 - ), #6928
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     Louise died. Louise was born on January 5, 1883. She was the daughter of Barton Jacob and Lucy M. Jenkins.

Lucy Jane Jacob (F)
(September 4, 1879 - ), #6927
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     Lucy died. Lucy was born on September 4, 1879. She was the daughter of Barton Jacob and Lucy M. Jenkins.

Lydia Jacob (F)
(April 18, 1681 - January 28, 1742), #2527
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     Lydia was born on April 18, 1681. She was the daughter of John Jacob and Mary Russell. She married John Goold at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, USA, on January 17, 1698. Lydia died on January 28, 1742 at age 60.

Children of Lydia Jacob and John Goold
Lydia Goold b. Dec 13, 1702
Elizabeth Goold b. Aug 15, 1704
John Goold b. Oct 16, 1707, d. Dec 26, 1707
Robert Goold b. Feb 15, 1711
Samuel Goold b. Apr 1, 1713
Judith Goold b. Jul 4, 1715, d. May, 1761
John Goold b. Feb 23, 1718, d. Feb 21, 1777
Jacob Goold b. Jan 10, 1720, d. Nov 16, 1762
James Goold b. Jan 21, 1721, d. Jan 27, 1803

Lydia Jacob (F)
(April 16, 1705 - February 12, 1736), #14999
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     Lydia Jacob was born on April 16, 1705. She was the daughter of Peter Jacob and Hannah Allen. Lydia Jacob died on February 12, 1736 at age 30.

Maria Jacob (F)
(June 9, 1796 - ), #6919
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     Maria died. Maria was born on June 9, 1796. She was the daughter of Amasa Jacob and Eunice Joslin.

Marie Jacob (F)
(March 6, 1846 - ), #6932
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     Marie died. Marie was born on March 6, 1846. She was the daughter of Serril Jacob and Phila M. Dudley.

Children of Marie Jacob and John Rich
John J. Rich b. Nov 13, 1867
Chandler H. Rich b. May 8, 1871, d. Nov 21, 1883
Everett S. Rich b. May 22, 1877
Florence M. Rich b. May 31, 1881
Sarah Maria Rich b. Jan 12, 1886

Martha Jacob1 (F)
(March 5, 1767 - ), #514
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     Martha died. Martha was born at Thompson, Windham Co., CT., British Colonies, on March 5, 1767.1 She was the daughter of Whitman Jacob and Rebecca Rice.2,1,3,4,5

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  3. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.
  4. [S163] 198u- VA, .
  5. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .

Martha Jacob II (F)
(July 30, 1778 - June 15, 1792), #519
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     Martha was born at Massachusetts, USA, on July 30, 1778. She was the daughter of Whitman Jacob and Rebecca Grow.1,2,3,4,5 Martha died on June 15, 1792 at age 13.

Citations

  1. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  3. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.
  4. [S163] 198u- VA, .
  5. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .

Mary Jacob1,2 (F)
(1634 - 1683), #145
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     Mary was born on May 11, 1632.1 Mary, Nicholas Jacob's child, resided with Nicholas, at Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USA, after 1633. After arriving in the Colonies, Nicholas and his family established their lived first home in Watertown, Massachusetts where he owned a homestead..2 Conflicting evidence states that Mary was born at Hingham, County of Suffolk, England, in 1634.2 She was the daughter of Nicholas Jacob and Mary Gilman.2 Mary, Nicholas Jacob's child, resided with Nicholas "In 1635 the family moved to Bare Cove, renamed Hingham, Mass. He is recorded as owning a house and lot in Hingham in September of 1635, and in 1636 as being granted two six-acre plots and "the first of the great lots next to the Weymouth River.", at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, after 1635.2 As of May 10, 1649,her married name was Oris.1 She married John Oris Jr. at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, on May 10, 1649. Also date given 1652/53.1 Mary died in 1683 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S113] Roscoe J Dearth, Dearth Family, Extended.
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.

Mary Jacob (F)
(February 23, 1763 - ), #513
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     Mary died. Mary was born at Thompson, Windham Co., CT., British Colonies, on February 23, 1763. She was the daughter of Whitman Jacob and Rebecca Rice.1,2,3,4,5

Citations

  1. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  3. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.
  4. [S163] 198u- VA, .
  5. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .

Mary Jacob1 (F)
(August 21, 1715 - after 1736), #521
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     Mary was born at Rhode Island, USA, on August 21, 1715.1 She was the daughter of Nathanial Jacob and Mary Mercy Whitman. She moved in 1732 at Bristol, Bristol Co., Rhode Island, USA.2 She married James Orcutt on October 8, 1735.1 Mary died after 1736.

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .

Mary Jacob1 (F)
(September 16, 1686 - March 22, 1696), #2082
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     Mary was born at Thompson, Litchfield Co., CT., British Colonies, on September 16, 1686.1,2,3,4 She was the daughter of Joseph Jacob and Hannah Bosworth. Mary died on March 22, 1696 at age 9.1,3,4

Citations

  1. [S113] Roscoe J Dearth, Dearth Family, Extended.
  2. [S216] George Lincoln, The History of the Town of Hingham Massachusetts: The Genealogies.
  3. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  4. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.

Mary Jacob (F)
(March 30, 1656 - ), #2509
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     Mary died. Mary was born on March 30, 1656. She was the daughter of John Jacob and Margery Eames. Mary Jacob married Samuel Bacon circa 1676. Mary Jacob married Elisha Bisbee circa 1676.

Mary Bartena Jacob (F)
(February 26, 1891 - May 3, 1892), #6930
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     Mary was born on February 26, 1891. She was the daughter of Barton Jacob and Lucy M. Jenkins. Mary died on May 3, 1892 at age 1.

Mercy Jacob1 (F)
(April 20, 1729 - May 29, 1810), #531
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     Mercy was born at Rhode Island, USA, on April 20, 1729.1 She was the daughter of Nathanial Jacob and Mary Mercy Whitman. She moved in 1732 at Bristol, Bristol Co., Rhode Island, USA.2 She moved in 1733 at Woodstock, Windham Co., Vermont, USA.

Nathaniel "was a child when his father removed to Bristol. He removed to Woodstock, CT, and after a short time to Thompson, buying of John Wiley for nine hundred pounds, old tenor, a tract of land of the Saltonstall tract, and Wilev returned to Woodstock. Jacobs and his five sons took possession and cleared the forest and settled. Afterwards the farm was and is still known as the Jacobs District of Thompson. His house was on the frontier at the time, on the route from Hartford to Boston, and was a welcome stopping place for travellers between those towns. It came to be known as the 'Half-Way House.' He was active in the town and church and served with Deacon Johnson on a committee to make provision for the entertainment and reception of the ordaining council in I737 when Mr. Abel Stiles was ordained and installed July 27, I737. So he must have been in Thompson a few years before he bought the Saltonstall farm.".3,4 She married Joseph Dresser on December 12, 1751.1 Mercy died on May 29, 1810 at age 81.1

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .
  3. [S1] [Jacobs, Maria S. Westward Migration of the Jacobs Family. April 10, 1996. History 102: American History.], .
  4. [S215] William Cutter, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts.

Mercy Jacob (F)
(December 13, 1794 - ), #6917
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     Mercy died. Mercy was born on December 13, 1794. She was the daughter of Amasa Jacob and Eunice Joslin.

Milo E. Jacob1 (M)
(circa 1818 - ), #570
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     Milo was born at Vermont, USA, circa 1818.1 He was the son of Asahel Jacob and Betsy Whitney.2,3 He married Sarah Evans at Ohio, USA, on May 20, 1848.1

Child of Milo E. Jacob and Sarah Evans
Sarah A. Jacob b. 1854

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  3. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.

Nathanial Jacob1 (M)
(January 29, 1683 - February 22, 1772), #147
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     Nathanial, Nicholas Jacob's child, resided with Nicholas "In 1635 the family moved to Bare Cove, renamed Hingham, Mass. He is recorded as owning a house and lot in Hingham in September of 1635, and in 1636 as being granted two six-acre plots and "the first of the great lots next to the Weymouth River.", at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, after 1635.2 Nathanial was born at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, on January 29, 1683. He was the fouth child of Nicholas & Mary (Gilman) Jacob..3 He was the son of Joseph Jacob and Hannah Bosworth. Conflicting evidence states that Nathanial was born at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, on June 29, 1683. He married Mary Mercy Whitman at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, USA, on October 22, 1713.1,3 He moved in 1732 at Bristol, Bristol Co., Rhode Island, USA.4 Nathanial's occupation: Inn Keeper at Thompson, Windham Co., CT., British Colonies, in 1733. Their home became a stopping place for travelers, and became known as the "Half-Way House" between Boston and Hartford. During the Revolutionary War the "Old Jacobs Tavern" entertained many well-known leaders and officers. Young Nathan Hale on his journey to Boston in 1776 breakfasted there. General George Washington breakfasted there while returning from Boston on his first Presidential Tour on November 7, 1789.. He moved in 1733 at Woodstock, Windham Co., Vermont, USA.

Nathaniel "was a child when his father removed to Bristol. He removed to Woodstock, CT, and after a short time to Thompson, buying of John Wiley for nine hundred pounds, old tenor, a tract of land of the Saltonstall tract, and Wilev returned to Woodstock. Jacobs and his five sons took possession and cleared the forest and settled. Afterwards the farm was and is still known as the Jacobs District of Thompson. His house was on the frontier at the time, on the route from Hartford to Boston, and was a welcome stopping place for travellers between those towns. It came to be known as the 'Half-Way House.' He was active in the town and church and served with Deacon Johnson on a committee to make provision for the entertainment and reception of the ordaining council in I737 when Mr. Abel Stiles was ordained and installed July 27, I737. So he must have been in Thompson a few years before he bought the Saltonstall farm.".3,5 Nathanial died on February 22, 1772 at Thompson, Windham Co., CT., British Colonies, at age 89.1

Children of Nathanial Jacob and Mary Mercy Whitman
Mary Jacob b. Aug 21, 1715, d. after 1736
Joseph Jacob b. Jul 12, 1717, d. Oct 10, 1739
Benjamin Jacob b. Apr 26, 1719, d. Nov 24, 1777
Nathaniel Jacob b. Apr 26, 1721
Hannah Jacob b. 1723
John Jacob+ b. May 25, 1725, d. after 1770
Whitman Jacob+ b. May 3, 1727, d. Mar 28, 1801
Mercy Jacob b. Apr 20, 1729, d. May 29, 1810
Elnathan Jacob b. Jan 5, 1731, d. Aug 31, 1745

Citations

  1. [S113] Roscoe J Dearth, Dearth Family, Extended.
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  3. [S1] [Jacobs, Maria S. Westward Migration of the Jacobs Family. April 10, 1996. History 102: American History.], .
  4. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .
  5. [S215] William Cutter, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts.

Nathaniel Jacob1 (M)
(April 26, 1721 - ), #528
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     Nathaniel died. Nathaniel was born at Bristol, Bristol Co., Rhode Island, USA, on April 26, 1721.1 He was the son of Nathanial Jacob and Mary Mercy Whitman. He was baptized at Bristol, Bristol Co., Rhode Island, USA, on March 17, 1722. Religion:.1 He moved in 1732 at Bristol, Bristol Co., Rhode Island, USA.2

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .

Nicholas Jacob1,2 (M)
(1605 - June 5, 1657), #139
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     Nicholas was born at Hingham, County of Suffolk, England, in 1605.2 He was the son of Richard Jacob and Winefrede Chamber. He married Mary Gilman at England circa 1629.3,2 Nicholas Jacob and Mary Gilman emigrated on June 15, 1633 from Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, USA; Emigrated from England to the United States in Boston, Mass., USA, 6/15/1633 due to persecution for his religious beliefs. The American story of the Jacobs family begins when Nicholas Jacob arrived on June 15, 1633 at Boston, in the colony of Massachusetts, from Hingham (County of Suffolk), England. Nicholas brought his wife, Mary (Gilman) and their two small children, (Mary) Elizabeth, age about three and John, about one year old. He also brought a "cosen" Thomas Lincoln, a weaver, They and the nephew of Nicholas were part of the ninety-five passengers who arrived aboard the Elizabeth Bonaventure, which left Yarmouth, Norfolk, England in the first week of May. Interestingly, the cousin Thomas Lincoln was the brother of Samuel Lincoln who came the following year, and is the great, great, great, great Grandfather of would be be U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. He resided at Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USA, after 1633. After arriving in the Colonies, Nicholas and his family established their lived first home in Watertown, Massachusetts where he owned a homestead..2 Nicholas Jacob was aa Freedom Certif. In 1635 at Thompson, Windham Co., CT., British Colonies.2 He resided at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, after 1635, "In 1635 the family moved to Bare Cove, renamed Hingham, Mass. He is recorded as owning a house and lot in Hingham in September of 1635, and in 1636 as being granted two six-acre plots and "the first of the great lots next to the Weymouth River.".2 Nicholas was elected at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, in 1636. Nicholas was elected at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, in 1648. He made a will at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, on May 18, 1657. Nicholas died on June 5, 1657 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies.

Children of Nicholas Jacob and Mary Gilman
John Jacob+ b. Feb 26, 1629, d. Sep 18, 16932
Elizabeth Mary Jacobs b. 1630, d. Nov 24, 17252
Mary Jacob b. 1634, d. 16832
Sarah Jacob b. 1636, d. Aug 8, 1701
Hannah Jacob+ b. Feb 23, 1639, d. Oct 20, 1720
Josiah Jacob b. Nov 6, 1642, d. Nov 24, 1642
Deborah Jacob b. Nov 26, 1643, d. Jun 17, 1696
Joseph Jacob+ b. May 1, 1646, d. Feb 9, 1708

Citations

  1. [S1] [Jacobs, Maria S. Westward Migration of the Jacobs Family. April 10, 1996. History 102: American History.], .
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  3. [S113] Roscoe J Dearth, Dearth Family, Extended.

Nicholas Jacob (M)
(circa 1360 - ), #2556
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     Nicholas was born circa 1360. He was the son of William Jacob. Nicholas died.

Child of Nicholas Jacob
Robert Jacob+ b. circa 1380

Nicholas Jacob (M)
(circa 1310 - ), #5990
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     Nicholas was born circa 1310. He was the son of William Jacob. Nicholas died.

Child of Nicholas Jacob
Robert Jacob+ b. circa 1340

Peter Jacob (M)
(February 12, 1667 - September, 1767), #2521
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     Peter was born on February 12, 1667. He was the son of John Jacob and Mary Russell. Peter Jacob married Hannah Allen on December 7, 1693 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies. Peter died in September, 1767 at age 100.

Child of Peter Jacob and Hannah Allen
Lydia Jacob b. Apr 16, 1705, d. Feb 12, 1736

Rebecca Jacob (F)
(April 7, 1761 - ), #510
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     Rebecca died. Rebecca was born at Thompson, Windham Co., CT., British Colonies, on April 7, 1761. She was the daughter of Whitman Jacob and Rebecca Rice.1,2,3,4,5 She married William Haven at Connecticut, USA, on June 27, 1781.

Citations

  1. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  3. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.
  4. [S163] 198u- VA, .
  5. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .

Richard Jacob (M)
(1572 - after 1605), #140
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     The nationality of Richard Jacob was an unknown place ; English. Richard was born at Hanover, England, in 1572. He was the son of John Jacob and Sybill Thorne. He married Winefrede Chamber at Hingham, County of Norfolk, Norfolkshire, England, in 1596. Richard died after 1605. He resided at Hingham, County of Suffolk, England, after 1605.

Children of Richard Jacob and Winefrede Chamber
Richard Jacob b. circa 1603, d. 1672
Nicholas Jacob+ b. 1605, d. Jun 5, 1657

Richard Jacob (M)
(circa 1603 - 1672), #15006
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     Richard Jacob was born circa 1603 at England. He was the son of Richard Jacob and Winefrede Chamber. Richard Jacob died in 1672 at Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts.

Robert Jacob (M)
(circa 1380 - ), #2555
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     Robert was born circa 1380. He was the son of Nicholas Jacob.

Child of Robert Jacob
Roger Jacob+ b. circa 1380

Robert Jacob (M)
(circa 1340 - ), #5989
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     Robert died. Robert was born circa 1340. He was the son of Nicholas Jacob.

Child of Robert Jacob
Roger Jacob b. circa 1370

Roger Jacob (M)
(circa 1380 - ), #2554
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     Roger died. Roger was born circa 1380. He was the son of Robert Jacob.

Child of Roger Jacob
Thomas Jacob+ b. circa 1400, d. after 1435

Roger Jacob (M)
(circa 1370 - ), #5988
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     Roger died. Roger was born circa 1370. He was the son of Robert Jacob.

Rose Jacob (F)
(circa 1440 - ), #2552

     She married Simon Jacob. Rose was born circa 1440.

Child of Rose Jacob and Simon Jacob
William Jacob+ b. circa 1470

Rose Jacob (F)
(circa 1430 - ), #5986

     Rose died. Rose was born circa 1430. She married Simon Jacob circa 1449.

Child of Rose Jacob and Simon Jacob
William Jacob+ b. circa 1450

Royal Jacob1 (M)
(February 26, 1813 - November 8, 1847), #555
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     Royal, Elnathan Jacobs's child, resided with Elnathan, at East Mountain, Guilford, Windham Co., Vermont, USA, circa 1786. Lived on East Mountain about two miles south of the village of Guilford, Vt., on land now owned by Michael and Ida Tkaczyks. They bellieve that the original part of their house possibly was Elnathan's..1,2 Royal was born at Vermont, USA, on February 26, 1813.1 He was the son of Asahel Jacob and Betsy Whitney.1,2 He moved circa 1820 at Vermont, USA.1,2 He married Clarinda Barnes Mix at Ohio, USA, on November 10, 1833.1 Royal died on November 8, 1847 at Dry Mounds, Fulton, Whiteside Co., Illinois, USA, at age 34.1

Children of Royal Jacob and Clarinda Barnes Mix
Hosea Jacobs b. Aug 12, 1834, d. 1834
Milo F. Jacobs b. Nov 20, 1836, d. Dec 8, 1923
Mary Delight Jacobs b. Apr 2, 1838, d. 1900
Rexeville A. Jacobs b. Aug 11, 1839, d. Sep 7, 1840
Royal Jacob Jr. b. Feb 25, 1841, d. Aug 14, 1875
Infant Jacobs b. Oct 1, 1842, d. Oct 20, 1842
Infant Jacobs b. Sep 4, 1843, d. Oct 28, 1843
Twins Jacobs b. Oct 3, 1844, d. Oct 4, 1844
Clarrenda Laurah Jacobs b. Feb 3, 1846, d. Dec 25, 1846
Clarenda Barnes Jacobs+ b. Feb 15, 1848, d. Apr 2, 1927

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.

Royal Jacob1 (M)
(1799 - ), #3989
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     Royal died. Royal was born at USA in 1799.1 He was the son of Elnathan Jacobs and Rachel Waistcoat.2,1,3,4 He married Delight (?) at USA circa 1819.1

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  3. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.
  4. [S163] 198u- VA, .

Royal Jacob Jr. (M)
(February 25, 1841 - August 14, 1875), #7112
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     Royal was born at Norwalk, Huron Co., Ohio, USA, on February 25, 1841. He was the son of Royal Jacob and Clarinda Barnes Mix. He married Catherine Nichols at Berrien Co., Michigan, USA, on December 3, 1860. He served in the military during war time circa 1863 at Civil War, USA. Royal died on August 14, 1875 at Otter Tail Co., MN., USA, at age 34.

Ruth Ellen Jacob (F)
(August 5, 1885 - ), #6929
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     Ruth died. Ruth was born on August 5, 1885. She was the daughter of Barton Jacob and Lucy M. Jenkins.

Sabrina Jacob1 (F)
(April 18, 1776 - ), #518
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     Sabrina died. Sabrina was born at Massachusetts, USA, on April 18, 1776.1 She was the daughter of Whitman Jacob and Rebecca Grow.2,1,3,4,5

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  3. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.
  4. [S163] 198u- VA, .
  5. [S164] Jacobs-Dewing, Caroline M., .

Samuel Jacob1 (M)
(circa 1785 - ), #559
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     Samuel died. Samuel was born at Vermont, USA, circa 1785. He was the son of Elnathan Jacobs and Margaret Elliot.2,1,3,4 Samuel, Elnathan Jacobs's child, resided with Elnathan, at East Mountain, Guilford, Windham Co., Vermont, USA, circa 1786. Lived on East Mountain about two miles south of the village of Guilford, Vt., on land now owned by Michael and Ida Tkaczyks. They bellieve that the original part of their house possibly was Elnathan's..1,3

Citations

  1. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.
  2. [S88] William C. Jacobs Family Research Papers, .
  3. [S160] Woodrow Wilson, History of a Jacob or Jacobs.
  4. [S163] 198u- VA, .

Samuel Jacob (M)
(November 30, 1671 - October 29, 1695), #2523
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     Samuel was born on November 30, 1671. He was the son of John Jacob and Mary Russell. Samuel died on October 29, 1695 at age 23.

Sarah Jacob1,2 (F)
(1636 - August 8, 1701), #149
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     Sarah, Nicholas Jacob's child, resided with Nicholas "In 1635 the family moved to Bare Cove, renamed Hingham, Mass. He is recorded as owning a house and lot in Hingham in September of 1635, and in 1636 as being granted two six-acre plots and "the first of the great lots next to the Weymouth River.", at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, after 1635.2 Sarah was born at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, British Colonies, in 1636.2 She was the daughter of Nicholas Jacob and Mary Gilman.2 As of January 25, 1652,her married name was Cushing.2,1 She married Mathew Cushing Jr. on January 25, 1652. Another source gives date as FEB 25 1753. [Dearth Family, Extended].2,1 Sarah died on August 8, 1701 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.2,1

Citations

  1. [S113] Roscoe J Dearth, Dearth Family, Extended.
  2. [S122] Bud Wilson, Family named Jacobs : circa 1605 to 1986.

Sarah Jacob (F)
(September 29, 1657 - ), #2510
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     Sarah died. She married Matthew Cushing Jr. in 1653; This couple did not have any children. Sarah was born on September 29, 1657. She was the daughter of John Jacob and Margery Eames.

Sarah A. Jacob (F)
(1854 - ), #33309
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     Sarah A. Jacob was born in 1854 at Ohio, USA. She was the daughter of Milo E. Jacob and Sarah Evans.

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