Jacoby Hallack is mentioned briefly on 4 pages: p297 says he was a practicing attorney for twenty years, and a member of the (state) Legislature for several terms. p298 says the County Commissioners estimated his income in 1830 at $500 for the purpose of imposing a new 5 mil tax on the incomes of attorneys and physicians. pp 427-8 list him as a (state) representative in 1830 and 1831, and a senator in 1832 and 1833.
There are several Dills in the index, but Lucinda is not one of them. Sorry if this doesn't help you prove your case.
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