Thanks Ed...I have finally found where I was not getting it. I had the first John and then inadvertently skipped the second
Jacob b. abt. 1752 and was going with the 3rd generation which evidently had a John and a Jacob in there. Now it makes sense to me.
I appreciate your help so much!
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