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Summary of Jaycocks in Dutchess Co., NY
Posted by: Thomas A. Murray Date: March 10, 2001 at 18:23:52
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The following is the result of various Email conversations. Here, I am recommending that members of the family find a way to pool information, and add to this, and other such summaries. TAM

All right, I was most properly stomped on for assuming that Thomas [12] was the same as the Thomas in the will, although they were born about the same time, lived in about the same place, and both had wives named Mary; their children were different (apparently.) So, I have set the extra Thomas apart and below for future consideration. I also cruised through the various forums at GenForum and FamilyHistory.com and found a few items which I will reproduce below. These I have incorporated in to the summary I started. Of course, there are errors and omissions. What I recommend is that, first, you each study it and make changes as you think fit, then trade them and debate them.
An alternative is if you can find someone to act a "information central" to receive information and incorporate it into the summary. I would suggest three people: one to take care of and distribute updates of the summary; one to identify and catalogue sources and the data in them; and one to create an index. In the index, you make a separate entry for each person, note which people with the same name turn out to be the same person, incorporate the 'two' into one, and summarize known data. Okay! It is a lot of work, and I really know that as that's how I built up what I know about the Flewellings. At least with computers, making amendments should be a whole lot easier.
In the index, you may want to note the numbers I have been using. There is an explanation of this system on my web page, but I didn't quite use it properly here. I should have done it family by family. You may have to add 'prefixes' for each disconnected family.
What you seem to have here is a very good nucleus to build on; sort of a home base with others can connect; and there seem to be a lot of other people interested in this particular area. In particular, that lady with the book: can she transcribe or abstract relevant parts?
Eventually, actually right away, you will find disconnected family groups; but eventually, they will start coming together. The objective should be to define the family up to about 1850 when the census returns started. After that, it gets easier; you just have to plug at it.

FRANCIS JACOCKS m. CAECILIA (SUSSELE and variations; Cecelia?) (Francis possibly son of David and Hannah Jaycocks of Hempstead, Long Island in 1698.)

1. WILLIAM JAYCOCKS of Poughkeepsie, NY, will made 29APR1777, probated 23OCT1788, m. GERTRUDE LOSSING (1st m. _____), daughter of William Lassen.

11. WILLIAM JAYCOCKS hung for treason

12. THOMAS JACOCKS b. Loonenburg, NY 22SEP1762, m. Reformed Dutch Church, New Hackensack 4MAY1784 MARY TOBIAS

121. WILLIAM JACOCKS

122. RUTH JACOCKS

123. CHRISTOPHER JACOCKS

124. GERTRUDE JACOCKS

13. WYNTJE JACOCKS (Which one m. Simeon Van Kleek?)

14. LUCILE (SISSILE) JACOCKS

15. GERTJE JACOCKS

16. MARY JACOCKS m. 1st _____ LASSING (LOSSING?),

171. WILLIAM T. LASSING

2. THOMAS JACOCKS m. MARY WRIGHT

3. FRANCIS JACOCKS b. ca. 1737, (in 1790 census of Poughkeepsie?), m. Dutchess Co., NY 27JAN1756 MARITIE WILTSIE (b. Queens Co., Long Island, NY 1739), daughter of Hendrick Teuniszen (Theunisen) and Pieternelle (Van de Boog) Wiltsie of Jamaica and Dutchess Co. (Francis and Maritie had 15 children)

31. WILLIAM JACOCKS b. 1757

32. FRANS JACOCKS b. 1759

33. HESTER JACOCKS b. 1760

34. THOMAS JACOCKS b. 1762

35. BENJAMIN JACOCKS b. 1763

36. MARIA JACOCKS b. 1766

37. DAVID JACOCKS m. MARY LaBAUGH

371. MAHALIA JACOCKS

372. CHARLES FRANCIS JACOCKS

373. ELISHA JACOCKS

374. NICHOLAS JACOCKS

375. SYLVESTER JACOCKS

376. ALVIN WILKINS JACOCKS

377. ESTHER JACOCKS

378. BETSY JACOCKS

379. POLLY JACOCKS

37J. JOHN JACOCKS

37K. HENRY WEAVER JACOCKS

38. EZEKIEL JACOCKS b. 1768, bpt. 1768, m. TIATJE WILTSIE (b. 1776), daughter of Isaac and Catherine (Swarthout) Wiltsie. Ezekiel and Tiatje were 1st cousins.

39. Deacon JOHN JACOX b. Dutchess Co., NY 31JAN1770, d. Chenango Co., NY 15NOV1857, m. 1st SOPHIA SHEFFIELD, m. 2nd SARAH HAZZARD (bpt. Trinity Church Parish, NY, NY 9MAY1779, d. 22DEC1836, bur. Riverside Cem., Chenango Co., NY), daughter of Thomas and Mary Hazzard.

391. EDWARD HAZZARD JACOX b. Chenango Co., NY 8JUL1796, m. MARY (“POLLY”) WOLCOTT

3911. WILLIAM EATON JACOX b. Norwich Twp., McKean Co., PA 24JUL1837, m. FLORENCE ERMINA PEARSALL

39111. WILLIAM WILBUR JACOX b. 30MAY1868 Jefferson Co., PA

391111. CLARENCE DAVID JACOX b. Brookville, Jefferson Co., PA 30JAN1891, m MARY RITTER

3911111. EDWARD EATON JACOX b. Edmonton, Alberta

392. WILLIAM JAYCOX b. Chenango Co., NY 1798

3J. CECELIA JAYCOX m. PHILIP LaPAUGH LaBAUGH?)

3K. SAMUEL JAYCOX d. Ostego Co., NY

3L. FRANS JACOCKS (2)

3M. JANE JACOCKS

3N. ELIZABETH JACOCKS

3O. [15 children?]

4. MARY JACOCKS m. McGREGORY VAN EVERY

5. JOHANNES (JOHN) JACOCKS m. Poughkeepsie, NY 17MAR1768 CATY LUCKEY. (Might be two different Johns. One with son, one who m. Caty; but both from Poughkeepsie.)

51. WILLIAM JACOCKS

6. DAVID JACOCKS m. GRIETJE KOENIG

7. BENJAMIN JACOCKS? m. MARY (“POLLY”) HOFF (In 1790 census of Poughkeepsie?)


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Here is your first 'disconnected family'.


1. THOMAS JACOCKS (possibly [34] above?) b. ca. 1762, d. 15JUL1817, will made 9FEB1817, probated 8APR1817, m. JEMIMA SHERWOOD, lived in New York State.

11. WILLIAM JACOCKS will made 20FEB1817, probated 27MAR1817, m. MARIA SCHOONMAKER

111. BENJAMIN DESOBRY JACOCKS
112. MARY JACOCKS
113. WILLIAM JACOCKS
114. SAMUEL JACOCKS
115. THOMAS JACOCKS

12. JAMES La DUE JACOCKS of New Hackensack b. 15NOV1783, bpt. 16FEB1783 d. before 1817, m.

121. MARY JACOCKS
122. WILLIAM JACOCKS
123. SAMUEL JACOCKS
124. THOMAS JACOCKS

2. BENJAMIN JACOCKS m. GITTY

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THOMAS F. JACOCKS b. ca. 1755, lived in Mt. Pleasant had a brother, BENJAMIN JACOCKS m. GERTRUDE. Might be the Thomas and Benjamin above.


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THOMAS T. JAYCOCKS of New Hackensack m. to GITTY.


GITTY HAIS (HAYS) m. First Reformed Dutch Church, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY 24FEB1791 THOMAS YACOCKS (JACOCKS?)

And here is another apparently disconnected family.


THOMAS T. JEACOCKS m. Poughkeepsie, NY 24FEB1791 GITTY HAYS


1. ABM. (Abraham or Abram?) STOUTENBURGH JEACOCKS b. 1MAR1792, bpt. Reformed Dutch Church, New Hackensack (Fishkill, Dutchess Co.?), NY

2. CATHARINE JEACOCKS b. 22JUL1794, bpt. 3AUG1794 Reformed Dutch Church, New Hackensack

3. MARIA JEACOCKS b. 9JAN1797, bpt. 27AUG1797, Reformed Dutch Church, New Hackensack

4. HELEN JACOCKS b. 27OCT1807, bpt. 24APR1808, Reformed Dutch Church, New Hackensack

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Some of your letters since last time.

Tom:
Thank you for all of the good information you have forwarded to me.
I recognize Deacon John Jacox who married Sarah Hazzard. He was a most colorful character.
Mary




Lois, and all,
I have a huge WORD file, in which I have pasted all sorts of
Jaycocks primary records, as I come upon them.
It takes me a while to find anything. But think I found this
Thomas.

Lois sent information on will:
"THOMAS JACOCKS of New York; Will dated February 9, 1817,
Probated April 8, 1817
Heirs:

Son, William and his wife, Maria and their son Benjamin Desobry
Jacocks;
Gitty, wife of brother, Benjamin;
children of son, James L. Jacocks, deceased, Mary, William,
Samuel and Thomas;
Mrs. Christine Brown, wife of Benjamin Brown of Mount Pleasant;
Mrs. Henderson, widow;
brother, Benjamin. (Mentions late wife as Jemima.)
Executor: John Disbrow.
Witness; Sam Littlefield, J.B. Hutching, Charles Dickimson,
Junr. and James Disbrow.,
Thomas Jacocks d. @ age 55 (NY Weekly Museum, July 15, 1817 b ca
1761/62. ?? "


Child: James la Due Reference ID: 663
Birth Date: 15 Nov 1783
Bapt. Date: 16 Feb 1783
Parents: Thomas Geacocks; Jemima Sherwood
Source: Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New
Hackensack
Click to view full
context
**SO, I think this Thomas, married then to Jemima Sherwood might
be the Thomas making this will, and James La Due the late James
L. mentioned in the will.

"William Jacocks of New York, (son of Thomas)Builder. Will dated
February 20, 1817. Probated March 27, 1817.
Heirs:
wife, Maria (Schoonmaker)
son, Benjamin Desobry Jacocks;
William Jacocks, son of John Jacocks of Poughkeepsie;
**This William son of Thomas, gives as an heir, "William son of
John of Poughkeepsie". Does anyone have a guess who this might
be?
John Jaycocks, who married Caty Luckey 17 March 1768 in
Poughkeepsie might be one idea. I have no children for them. He
was the brother of Francis, Jr. who married Maritie Wiltsie by
my reckoning, so his son would have been this man's cousin of
sorts, (if Thomas, his father was the son of Francis and
Maritie.

Sarah M. Hoisted, Edward and William, children of Widow Hacker
of New York;
William Henry Schoomaker, brother of wife."

ALSO
In IGI there is a "Thomas F. Jaycocks of Mt. Pleasant, born abt.
1755"

This MIGHT indicate that he was the son of a man with the first
name starting with F. You see this a lot with the Jaycocks men,
because their names were so confusing! Thomas son of Francis was
born in 1762, as was this
Thomas. He had a brother Benjamin that was married to Gertrude.

Does anyone know if GITTY is a diminutive for Gertrude??

I tried an Ancestry search using only the first name Gitty and
found, not one married to Benjamin, but one married to a Thomas,
and in New Hackensack as well. This Thomas is called Thomas T.
Jaycocks, meaning possibly
Thomas son of Thomas.


Gitty HAIS
Marriage(s):

Spouse:
Thomas YACOCKS
Marriage:
24 Feb 1791
First Reformed Dutch Church, Poughkeepsie,
Dutchess, New York

Also found a bunch of kids for them born in New Hackensack, and
the Thomas in this will has James La Due in New Hackensack, so
both of these Thomas Jaycocks lived in the same location.

New Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church: 1757-1906
Location: Town of Fishkill, Dutchess County ---
Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Abm. Stoutenburgh Reference ID: 1112
Birth Date: 1 Mar 1792
Bapt. Date: 15 Apr 1792
Parents: Thomas T. Jecocks; Gitty Hays
Source: Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New
Hackensack
New Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church: 1757-1906
Location: Town of Fishkill, Dutchess County ---
Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Catharine Reference ID: 1185
Birth Date: 22 Jul 1794
Bapt. Date: 3 Aug 1794
Parents: Thomas Jeacocks; Gitty Hays
Source: Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New
Hackensack

New Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church: 1757-1906
Location: Town of Fishkill, Dutchess County ---
Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Maria Reference ID: 1291
Birth Date: 9 Jan 1797
Bapt. Date: 27 Aug 1797
Parents: Thomas Jeacocks; Gitty Hays
Source: Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New
Hackensack
New Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church: 1757-1906
Location: Town of Fishkill, Dutchess County ---
Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Helen Reference ID: 1636
Birth Date: 27 Oct 1807
Bapt. Date: 24 Apr 1808
Parents: Thomas T. Jacocks; Gitty Hays
Source: Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New
Hackensack

None of these children's names match the children of Thomas in
the will, but thought I'd throw them into the general Jaycocks
pot anyway.

Just putzing around, but thought you'd like this much of an
update.

Sharilyn



Tom and all,

I'm confused by what you have sent. I recognize the parts about
Francis and Caecilia, and their issue, and the material I sent
you on Francis "Jr"
and Maritie Wiltsie, and her people, BUT I don't see how we have
come to the conclusion that the Thomas in the will Lois mentions
was the Thomas
that was the second son of William Jaycocks and Gertrude
Lossing?

Can you please explain to me how we got there? Thanks so much.
I'm a little thick in the head sometimes.

According to Donna Ewins in her long article on the
Lassen/Lossing family that appeared in the NYG&BR this was the
information on this Thomas Jaycocks, son of William and Gertrude
Lossing:

98. THOMAS4 JACOCKS (GERTUDE3 LASSEN, WILLIAM2, PIETER
PIETERSE1) was born September 22, 1762 in Loonenburg, NY. He
married MARY TOBIAS May 04, 1785 in Reformed Dutch Church, New
Hackensack.

Children of THOMAS JACOCKS and MARY TOBIAS are:
i. WILLIAM5 JACOCKS.
ii. RUTH JACOCKS.
iii. CHRISTOPHER JACOCKS.
iv. GERTRUDE JACOCKS.

The name of the wife is the same, but the children's names are
very different. Do we know the name of the wife of Thomas son of
Francis and Maritie Wiltsie? He was also born in 1762.

Regards,

Sharilyn


Hi Tom,

The last three in my husband's line should read:

WILLIAM WILBUR JACOX b. May 30, 1868 Jefferson Co. Pa.

CLARENCE DAVID JACOX b. January 30, 1891 Brookville, Jefferson Co. Pa.

EDWARD EATON JACOX b. (living person, date omitted) Edmonton, Alberta (my husband)

No, I did not know Doug Van Kleek but when I visited Hiliary Foskett about a year ago she mentioned the Van Kleek's and if I remember correctly, I think she said that a Mrs. Van Kleek lives here in Victoria.

Are you in B.C. as well Tom?

Regards,

Marion

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The following are some notes that I found. In have tried to indicate where I found them. Some of these people may be very helpful.

Family History Jacocks

Paul R. Smith to Shelton F. Jacocks, Sr. 19OCT2000

Hello Shelton --
I'm not sure I'm going to be able to help you much. My JACOCKS line daughtered out with the marriage of Ann Elizabeth JACOCKS to William Speller RHODES in 1817 in Bertie Co., NC. If you want more, just let me know at prsmith@pdq.net.
My line is fairly well documented. I descend from Thomas Jacocks:
"Thomas Jacocks, whose will was probated in Perquimans Precinct in 1692, was the first of the Jacocks name to appear in Northeastern North Carolina. References of Perquimans County are made to his as having performed legal transactions as early as 1688 and off and on until his death. His home was at Little River, a few miles from the Northern Shore of the Arlbermarle Sound and about 40 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. He arrived, apartently, with means to acquire lands and other assets and to become established as a responsible citizen in Durant's Neck, the place of his residence. Thomas and Ann, his wife, were the founders of the Jacocks family in North Carolina and their given names were and still are used by generations of descendents. They left one son, Jonathan, who was 6 years old in 1692 when his father died."
There were certainly slaves in the Jacocks family:
"Jonathan Jacocks II was born in 1718. The portion of his father's estate which he inherited is not known except that he inherited 1/5 of the personal property including slaves."
. . .so you may well have ancestry who got their name from my ancestors. I hope this has helped a bit.
Good Hunting -- Paul

[This Thomas Jaycocks who shows up in North Carolina I suspect is the son of Thomas and Ruth from Hempstead who died at Passayunk. I saw, but can't find, a notice that such a Thomas had married twice; once a wife from Boston, and second a wife in the Carolinas. TAM]

Jacox FamilyHistory

Ted Jacox 22OCT2000

I am looking for info re: David Jacox. He was born about 1775, lived in N Y state near Syracuse. Married Betsy Daniels. His son was John Jacox, lived in Saratoga, N Y . Married Sarah Ann Rowley.

Darla 8SEP2000

I am looking for family members of John Jacox. He was married to Laura Ryman, b. Oct 7-1895---d. March 8-1982. I believe they had twin girls, Anna May and Mary Louise. Any information would be greatly appreciate. Please email to---ldj@westtelco.com.

Laurie Gilman 27MAY2000

Sobrina Grippen m. Jacob Jacox NY
Posted by: Laurie Gilman

Message: I am looking for info. on Sobrina actually. She married Joseph Hodges, my ancester but was first married to Jacob Jacox in NY. Had 1 daughter Lydia b.1821. sobrina wa b. 1788..

Mary Jacox 8 APR1999

I am looking for researchers of the family of James and Deborah (Purdy) of Philipstown, Dutchess Co., NY. James was born in the 1750's and died about 1797. I am particularly looking for the parents of both James and Deborah.


Mary Jacox 3AUG1999

My husband is descended from James and Deborah (Purdy) Jaycox who came from the Philipstown, Dutchess Co., NY. His son, Abijah married Mary Cronk, also of Dutchess Co., NY. They settled in Ecorse, Wayne Co., MI.

FamilyHistory Jaycox

Debbi Vaisey 2FEB2001

The book that is in my possession was compiled in 1959 and is entitled The Jacox and Burlingame Families of Central and Northern New York. The contents read as follows
1.Who we are and where we came from
2. The early years in America
3. Lineage of Stephen and Permelia Carpenter Jacox
4. Family of Mary Mariah Jaycox LaJuett
5. family of Stephen N. Jaycox Jr
6.Family of Dewight Jacox ( My direct line)
7. Family of Freeman Eugene Jacox
8. Family of Fred Frankilin Jacox
9. Family of Willaim Henry Wayne Jacox
10. Other Branches of the family
Then goes on to the Burlingame side of the family
The book is over 100 pages long
My grandmother is listed in it and she died 12 years ago at the age of 77. There is an index of Jaycoxes in the back. I would be pleased to look for anyone. My direct lineage is traced to #1 above and they were born in 1819. This book will be invaluable to anyone who has listed names.This book was definitely heavenly sent. The area that is spoke about a lot in this book is Belfort NY, West Branch NY, Poughkeepsie NY, Pillar Point NY, Watertown NY, Syracuse NY, others also.
Please email me at d_vaisey@hotmail.com as it makes it easier to answer.

[Permelia Carpenter is very much a Westchester Co., NY Quaker name. TAM]

Francis Jaycox to Debbi Vaisey 24FEB2001

Hi Debbi, Do you show any info for Francis or Fransis Jaycox or Jaycocks married to Mary (Maria) Wiltsie? I have his parents as Frenk Jaycocks & Sussele.
Debbie

[Debbie Vaisey doesn't appear to have answered this query. TAM]

Susan Jaycox 28NOV2000

I am interested in the book you posted about Jaycox's in NY. I am looking for a George Jaycox born in 1840 in NY married Elizabeth Foote also born in NY 1840.

Damian Sheber to Debbi Vaisey 15JAN2001

Dear Debbi,
Elizabeth Betsy Jaycox is the fifth great grandmother of my wife Amber. We have information regarding her spouse and children, but we do not have any information regarding ancestry past that. I was wondering if you could provide any. This is the information we have:

Born: Abt 1784, Covert, Seneca, New York
Married: Abt 1801, New York
Died: After 1860
Spouse: Ebenezer M King
Children: Believe she had 15 children

John Hunt 10FEB2000

Looking for any and all information on Francis Jaycox/Jaycock Born about 1737 That married Maria Wilsey/Wiltsee about 27 Feb 1756 at Quebec Canada Have been at a dead end for years

John Hunt to Marilyn Demas 7FEB2001

I do not have any real proof on Francis Jaycocks birth place, However; most inputs are that he was in Quebec prior to the union with Maria Wilsey
John


Jo Slingerland to John Hunt 6FEB2001

I have a Francis Jaycox married to Maria Wiltsie (Wiltsee) 27 Feb 1756 but in Dutchess Co. NY. Is there any parents for Francis?? Or is this a brick wall?? Their daughter Cecelia Jaycox married a Philip LaPaugh (LaBaugh) and I'm stuck !!!!

Francis Jaycox to Jo Slingerland 24FEB2001

I was looking around in Ancestry.com and found the 1790 US Census New York Poughkeepsie County census with Francis Jeacocks. Above his name is Benjamin Jeacocks. I went to Kindred Konnections Genealogy and found Benjamin Jaycocks. He has a brother Fransis Jaycocks married to Maria (Mary) Wiltsie. Fransis's parents are Frenk Jaycocks & Sussele. Hope this helps.


Bonny Prentiss 7AUG1999

Does anyone have data on land Tabitha received from her father Jonathan and her uncle David in Virginia?
Tabitha was born abt. 1734 and died abt. 1811. She married Enoch Pearson II December 1751 in Frederick County, VA.
Thanks, you all!

Richard Robinson 13APR1999

Sarah Jaycox b abt. 1818 NYC m William Veitch abt. 1837 Message: Can anyone tell me about her or her parents?

FamilyHistory Jeacock



Several mentions of Jeacock family in Nottingham, England. I include these because the family of Francis and Grace in Stratford-upon-Avon appears to have been the only and first there. There seems to be up to three generations to the north and east of Startford, but it is possible that the family came to Warwickshire from elsewhere. If so, these may be clues.

GenForum Jaycox

Warren Wilkinson 8MAR2000

Looking for information on Sarah HAZARD, Christened 9 May 1779, Trinity Church Parish, NY, NY (IGI record). Her father was Thomas HAZARD, her mother's name was Mary. Trying to find out if this is the same Sarah HAZARD who married John JAYCOX, of Dutchess Co., NY. They had a son named William JAYCOX, born 1798 in Chenango County, NY.

Norma Bostwick to Warren Wilkinson 2NOV2000

I am researching the Jaycox line, have a John Jaycox, son of Francis Jaycox and Mary Wiltsie, b-1-31-1770 Dutches Co, d- 11-15-1857 in Chenango Co.,NY. First wife Sophia Sheffield, 2nd wife Sarah Hazard, d-12-22-1836, buried in Riverside Cem. Chenango, co., NY. I am following John's brother, Samuel who died in Ostego Co., NY. Any connection? Norma


Jan Howe to Warren Wilkinson 9SEP2000

I have a John Jaycox in my family tree, but no info on wife or descendants. I do have that he is the son of Paul Andrew Jaycox 1899-1984 and Bertha Pickett. Paul Jaycox died in Norwich, Chenango Co., NY. I can go back to Paul's great grandfather William Jaycox born in 1804 - he died in Westerloo, Albany Co. NY.


Jean Harris 6MAR2000

I am looking for information on Elisha JAYCOX who married Maria BAKER. He was born 15 Sep 1818 in Waterloo, Albany Co., NY and she 21 Nov 1806 Waterloo, Albany Co., NY. They had at least one child William L. JAYCOX b 22 Jun 1832 Fulton, Schoherrio Co., NY.
8MAR2000

Elisah was born 1808 Westerloe, Albany NY
His father is David JAYCOX

Warren Wilkinson 7DEC1999

Looking for others who are researching the Jaycox, Jacoks, or Jacok families of New York. Particularly interested in the ancestors and descendants of a Francis JACOKS, who married 1756 in Dutchess County, NY, to Mary WILTSIE, b: abt 1738, in Queens, Long Island, NY, (dau of Hendrick Theunisen WILTSIE). Their children: William (1757), Frans (1759), Hester (1760), Thomas (1762), Benjamin (1763), Maria (1766), Ezekiel (1768), John (1770). I'm also interested in finding information on a Captain William JAYCOCK, who commanded a company in Colonel John Freer's fourth Dutchess County regiment. My ancestor, Captain Barnardus SWARTWOUT, took command of this same company on April 28, 1777. His son, Barnardus Jr., b: 1761, joined his father's company at the young age of 16. Barnardus Jr. married 1778 in Wappinger's Creek, Dutchess County, NY to Mary BROWER (Brouwer), daughter of Cornelius BROUWER and Mary ARCHER (Archert?). Their son Robert SWARTWOUT was born 1779. Robert's daughter, Caroline SWARTWOUT, b: 1801, Esopus, Ulster County, NY, married William JAYCOX (my g-g-g-grandfather) in 1820, and they subsequently lived in Syracuse, NY. I believe this William JAYCOX (Jaycocks) is connected to those mentioned previously.

Paula Crafton to Warren Wilkinson 18DEC1999

I am descended from Francis and Maria through their son, David. Other possible ch. of Francis & Maria: another Frans, Samuel,Jane, Cecelia, David, Elizabeth, & James. David married Mary LaBaugh(sp?) Their children are: Mahalia, Charles Francis, Elisha, Nicholas, Sylvester, Alvin Wilkins, Esther, Betsy, Polly, John & Henry Weaver(mine). Does anyone know about the parents of Francis? Possibly Francis & Caecelia?


Jaycox Family Tree

Updated September 5, 2000

ELL51GOD@aol.com

Ellen M. Godlewski,

NY United States

Searching the Jaycox Family TreeHave gone back to early 1700'sNeed the connection to one of the three brother's who sailed to the New World: Francis Jeacocke born 1617 Thomas Jeacocke born 1619 William Jeacocks born 1627Also had a brother who stayed in EnglandAlso spelled Jacocks, Jaycocks



http://www.geneofun.on.ca/gilbert/

NOTE: THIS FAMILY ALSO CONNECT WITH FLEWELLINGS: TAM

Isaac Gilbert:
United Empire Loyalist

Isaac Gilbert was born 25 Oct 1742 in Ridgefield, Connecticut and he died on 5 Sep 1822 in Norfolk, ON just hours after his wife Mary Rowland whom he married on 10 Apr 1771 in Fairfield, Connecticut. Mary was born 24 Nov 1754 in Fairfield, Connecticut. She is thought to be the daughter of Thomas Rowland and Tamson Jacocks.
Isaac was a Sergeant in Captain James Dunlop's company of the Queen's Rangers starting in 1777. He applied for land in Norfolk County as a United Empire Loyalist in 1797. Isaac and Mary had 13 children:
..............1) Rowland b: 20 Mar 1771 Ridgefield, CT m: Phoebe Thurston
..............2) Elizabeth "Betsy" b: 8 Feb 1774 Ridgefield, CT m: Jonathan Baker
..............3) Abigail b: 16 Jul 1775 d: 10 Oct 1777 both in Ridgefield, CT
..............4) Phebe b: 11 Dec 1780 Ridgefield, CT d: 7 Mar 1812
..............5) Sarah b: 12 Dec 1782 Ridgefield, CT m: Platt Wood
..............6) Mary b: 7 Jun 1785 New Brunswick m: John McInally
..............7) Isaac b: 2 Mar 1787 New Brunswick m: Margaret Wyckoff
..............8) Ruth b: 4 Jan 1789 New Brunswick m: Robert McAlister
..............9) Abigail b: 16 Oct 1790 New Brunswick m: Peter Wyckoff
..............10) Rebeckah b: 20 Jun 1792 d: 27 Apr 1794 both in New Brunswick
..............11) Rebeckah b: 22 Mar 1794 New Brunswick m: Alexander Lemon
..............12) David Carle b: 17 Oct 1793 New Brunswick m: Elsey Buchner
..............13) Ebenezer Thomas b: 14 Apr 1797 New Brunswick m: Catherine Clendenning

There is the possibility of a 14th child. Gilbert cousin Robert Mutrie found information about Jane Gilbert (1791-1851) who married Lewis Winan that leads him (and now me) to believe she may be a long-lost child! Any information about Jane is greatly appreciated.

[The following show the persistence of Jaycocks outside of New York. TAM]

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~herbarkin/batterson%20html/d0000/g0000036.html#I0241

Grissel JACOCKS

5 Apr 1743 - UNKNOWN

· BIRTH: 5 Apr 1743, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

· DEATH: UNKNOWN

Family 1 : William Batterson

· MARRIAGE: 16 Apr 1764



The Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries Transcription Project Index http://www.rootsweb.com/~rigenweb/cemetery/cemetery165.html

JACOCKS CHESTER F 1871c - 12 JUL 1872 PV001

JACOCKS CLARISSA 1891c - 12 JAN 1975 PV001

JACOCKS EMILY H 1844c - 29 APR 1939 PV001

JACOCKS ERNEST 1870c - 1 AUG 1870 PV001

JACOCKS GEORGE M 1841c - 9 APR 1918 PV001

JACOCKS HAROLD H 1879c - 26 OCT 1967 PV001

http://www.rootsweb.com/~rigenweb/cemetery/cemetery167.html

JAYCOX ESTELLE M 1929 - 19 FEB 1995 RI001

JAYCOX HENRY C - RI001


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