If you are researching Poughkeepsie Jaycocks I would certainly love to hear from you about your individual situations and Jaycocks of interest. Those in Poughkeepsie or Westchester Counties in the 1700s are my focus.
I have a core group about which I know quite a bit, a few related ones about whom I know something, and, like the rest of you, I have theories, and a number of Jaycocks folks that I am so far unable to attach.
ANY primary records you have on Poughkeepsie or Hempstead Jaycocks would be of use to me.
I have a growing file this core group of apparently related Poughkeepsie Jaycocks, including enough on their geographical locations to begin to see the migration pattern from Hempstead, and to make some observations on naming patterns, and so forth.The more information I have in the pot, the better.
I was fortunate to have the help of an extraordinary researcher in gathering primary Jaycocks data, and I'd like to use this information for the benefit of everyone researching the Poughkeepsie Jaycocks. Maybe, working together, we can find the link to Hempstead. If my e-mail address is deleted, I'm on the JAYCOCK-L list. Regards, Sharilyn Sharilyn@northcoast.com