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2. ELIZABETH2 JACOB (JOHN1)9 was born Bet. 1683 - 1685 in Anne Arundel Co, MD, and died 1752 in Prince Georges Co, MD. She married MAREEN (THE YOUNGER) DUVALL9 21 Oct 1701 in Queen Anne, Prince Georges Co, MD9, son of MAREEN DUVALL and SUSANNA BRASSEUR. He was born Abt. 1680 in Middle Plantation, Anne Arundel Co, MD, and died 9 Jun 1741 in "The Grove" in Prince George's Co, MD10.
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Comment 1: Diane Hissink says d. Feb 1744/45
Children of ELIZABETH JACOB and MAREEN DUVALL are:
MAREEN3 DUVALL, b. 14 Nov 170210; d. Unknown; m. RUTH HOWARD; d. Unknown.
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Comment 1: 1 child, according to Diane Hissink.
SUSANNAH DUVALL, b. 12 Sep 170410; d. Unknown; m. (1) WILLIAM FOWLER; d. Unknown; m. (2) MARK BROWN; d. Unknown.
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ELIZABETH DUVALL, b. 20 Jul 170610; d. Unknown; m. WILLIAM DENUNE; d. Unknown.
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3. JOHN2 JACOB (JOHN1)11 was born 1686 in Anne Arundel Co, MD, and died 172612. He married MARY SWANSON13 170714. She died Unknown.
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From Maryland Calendar of Wills, Volume 8:
Jacob, John, R., planter, Anne Arundel Co., 16th Aug., 1726;
12th May, 1740
To son John and hrs., dwelling plantation. In event of his death without hrs. to pass to son Jeremiah and in turn to son Zachariah.
To son Jeremiah, ex. and hrs., 25 A. bought from Richard Ijams, "Jacobs Lott."
To son Zachariah, 67 A. "Charles Frollick." Shd. he die without issue, land afsd. to be divided between 3 daughters Charity, Rachel and Mary.
Land not to be sold to any stranger but to remain among child. Sons to be of age at 16, daus. at 14.
Overseers: Bro. Benjamin and son-in-law Richard Welch.
Test: Thomas Cheeny, Richard Duckett, Aels Jones. 2. 269.
From Colonial Families in the United States, Vol. 5: He was a very large landowner, and by will devised his many plantations to his five children. (gives date of death as 1726)
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Comment 1: Colonial Families in the U.S. says died 1726.
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4. RICHARD2 JACOB, SR. (JOHN1)18 was born 30 Jan 1697/98 in South River Hundred, Anne Arundel Co, MD, and died 25 Jun 1779 in Anne Arundel Co, MD19. He married HANNAH HOWARD20 1 Jan 1717/18 in St. Margaret's Church, Westminster Parish, Anne Arundel Co, MD21, daughter of JOSEPH HOWARD and HANNAH DORSEY. She was born Abt. 1701 in Anne Arundel Co, MD22, and died Bef. 1779 in Anne Arundel Co, MD.
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Richard, the son of John and Anne (Cheney) Jacob, was born 30 Jan 1697/8, at South River Hundred. His youth was spent at the South River plantation which continued his abode until a few years after his marriage.
It may be assumed that he possessed a great force of character and graciousness of manner for he won the hand of one of the aristocratic and noble Howards. Even discounting his sister's union with the son of Mareen Duval, his marriage was the most brilliant of all the connections of the early Jacobs.
He courted Hannah Howard at her parental estate "Howard's Inheritance" on South River, and married her on January 1 1718, according to the records of St. Margaret's Church. Hannah was the daughter of Joseph Howard and his first wife, Hannah Dorsey, granddaughter of Col. Edward Dorsey and Sarah Wyatt, his first wife. Richard and his wife lived in the South River area when the first children's births occurred. They were recorded at All Hallows Church. Later children's births were recorded at St. Margaret's, Westminster Parish.
Richard Jacob was the first member of his family to invade the Patapsco area of Anne Arundel County. In 1739 he purchased "Denchworth", lying on a branch of Curtis Creek. In 1762 Richard patented "Jacob's Policy" containing 31 acres, and three years later he received a warrant for "Jacob's Resurvey Contrived", a large tract of 1,303 acres which various members of the family held for several succeeding generations. Before his death he was one of the largest land owners in the Patapsco Hundred of Anne Arundel County.
In 1760 Richard Jacob and Hugh Merriken Jr. were executors of the will of Richard Westall who died without direct heirs. In the same year William Cromwell conveyed to Richard Jacob 61 acres of land known as "Philipp's Fancy", lying at the mouth of Stony Creek for the consideration of rents.
Richard Jacob was one of the early patriots of Maryland, asserting his principles in 1778 when he took the Oath of Fidelity and Support to the State of Maryland (DAR Magazine, vol. 51). Although himself too aged to participate in battle, he gave several of his sons to the famous Maryland Line.
During his declining years he conveyed his landed estate to his children "for the consideration of natural love and affection", until at his death the greater portion of his land had been devised.
Richard Jacob made his will on November 28, 1777, but it was not proved at Annapolis until June 25, 1779. His wife had departed some years previously. His maiden daughter, Anne, was chatelaine of his plantation and to her during her natural life or until marriage he granted the use of the dwelling. Anne also received three slaves. Zachariah was given the dwelling and plantation in fee simple, containing 592 acres with the condition that he allow his sister, Anne, the use of the same. Zachariah also received negroes.
He left his sons -- John, Richard, and Samuel -- and the heirs of his deceased son, Joseph, each one shilling. Dorsey, the youngest son, was devised one negro. Sarah, Hannah, and Rachel received a slave each. Rachel also received one feather bed and some furniture. His daughter, Susannah Pumphrey, was granted a negro and her increase, who later was to descend to her son, Richard Boone.
His granddaughter, Ann, the daughter of Samuel, was left one slave. After all debts and legacies were paid, the residue was to be divided between Zachariah and Anne.
(from Anne Arundel Gentry, by Harry Wright Newman)
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Comment 1: Baptized 26 Jul 1700.23
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