(Thomas Murray, "Oak Leaves" p. 27 - 30, Vol. 7, Spring 1988, Number 43.) "Robert Flewelling who married Maphlet Jeacockes, daughter of Francis of Poughkeepsie, N.Y. and lived Fishkill in the Rombout until 1751. In 1751 he moved to North Castle, Westchester Co. and established a homestead on the impregnable heights of Mt. Kisco, little dreaming this would be one of the battlefields of the Revolution. His land was occupied by hostile armies, his children scattered, and his widow Maphlet exiled to New Brunswick."
Mr. Murray, or anyone else that knows what he is talking about, of WHICH Francis Jaycocks is he speaking?