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JACOB STINE: (1)                              Stine Album
son of
Born: 3 January 1784 Sussex Co., NJ
Died: 26 April 1852 Lee Co., IA
Burial: Price Cemetery, Lee Co., IA
Married: 10 September  1811  Sussex Co., NJ
     ELIZABETH STROCK
     daughter of
     Born: 1790 NJ
     Died: 2 March 1874 Arbella, Scotland Co., MO
     Burial: Hickory Grove Cemetery Arbela, Scotland Co., MO

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND ELIZABETH:

1. Catherine Stine + George J. Heck
2. Mary Ann Stine + John Houtz
3. John J. Stine + 1) Ann Adcock
                        + 2) Jane Mary French
4. George W. Stine + Jemima Petty
5. Naomi Stine listed as age 19 in the 1850 Lee Co., IA Census, not found in the home after that time. No marriage record or record of death has been found for her.

SOURCES:
Jacob and Elizabeth resided in Reading Twp., Perry Co., OH from 1812 to 1843. Jacob and Elizabeth Stine came from Perry Co., OH in 1843, to Lee Co., IA, to accept guardianship of their daughter Catherine Stine Heck's orphaned sons (Alexander age 3 and Jacob Heck age 2). And the next year John Stine went to Lee Co., IA with his family to help his parents with the two little boys. It should be noted that after Jacob and Elizabeth assumed guardianship of their two young grandsons, their surnames was listed as Stine in some records.

After Jacob died, Elizabeth first lived in the John Stine household (she is shown on the 1856 Lee Co., IA State Census in this household), but in the 1860 Scotland Co., MO Federal Census she was living in the household of John Houtz and Mary Ann Stine Houtz. Also in the 1870 Scotland Co., MO Federal Census she is living in the Houtz household (she is listed as 80 years old and having been born in NJ). In the 1860 Census, listed above her is Jacob Stine age 17, occupation engineer. We had thought this to be our Jacob Stine, now that I am aware of Jacob Heck son of George Heck and Catherine Stine Heck (whose name was listed as Stine in some records) I suspect this is not our Jacob Stine. Our Jacob was most likely living in his father's household.

1820 Reading Twp., Perry Co., OH Federal Census
Page: 23, line 4

1830 Reading Twp., Perry Co., OH Federal Census
Page: 443, line 20
Living in this household are four children (two males and two females) along with their parents who are 40 - 50 years old.

1840 Reading Twp., Perry Co., OH Federal Census
No enumeration date noted. Page: 46
1 male 40 - 50
1 female 10 - 15
1 female 50 - 60

1850 28th District, Lee Co., IA Federal Census
Enumeration date: 4 October 1850 Page: 350
Dwelling - Family 924 - 924
Living with Jacob and Elizabeth are their youngest daughter Naomi, the two sons of George and Catherine Stine Heck, and John and Ann Adcock Stine's two youngest sons.

1860 Green Twp., Scotland Co., MO Federal Census
Enumeration date: 30 July 1860 Page: 982
Dwelling - Family 1394 - 1365
Elizabeth Stine is living with this family her age is listed as 60, when in fact she is 70 years old. Jacob Stine age 17, occupation engineer also listed with this household.

1870 Johnson Twp., Scotland Co., MO Federal Census
Enumeration date: July 1870 Page: 471B
Dwelling - Family 144 - 144
Lists family with Elizabeth Stine, aged 80 born New Jersey and Annie Bennett aged 6, born Missouri living with them. There are no Stine children living in the household.

War of 1812 Combined Military Service Record for Jacob Stine
War of 1812 Widow's Original pension claim application lists Elizabeth Stine's maiden name as Strock and gives their date and place of marriage .
Obituary of Jacob Stine from "The Religious Telescope" issue, 1 September 1852. This gives both date and place of birth and death for Jacob Stine.
Picture Jacob Stine's grave Price Cemetery Lee Co., IA.
Picture Elizabeth Stine's grave Hickory Grove Cemetery Arbela, Scotland Co., MO.

Updated 5 June 2012     Contact Virginia L. Aldridge 

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