I have a mention of a Conrad Jacoby in some of my family's and I thought I would sumit this person to the Jacoby forum just in case someone could use his name.
"John Niclas, Phillibs and John Jost (or Yost) Kreisher (evidently this is the German spelling of their Christian names) arrived on the ship Elliott on 24 August 1749.Bastian or Sebastian Dreisher lived in Reading Twp by 1760 moving to Windsor Twp that year and residing there thru 1789.(According to Rev. Boo's records he died 26 Nov 1800.)Michael was married and living in Windsor Twp by 1760 thru 1789 (he died 1790.) Yost or Jost was married and living in Windsor Twp by 1760 and continued living there thru 1766 (he d. Nov. or Dec 1766.) Yost or Jost had a daughter, Anna Margaretha, who m. Conrad Jacoby.Nicholas--Maria Elisabeth's father--was married and living in Alsace Twp by 1760 and on thru 1778, when he moved to Windsor Twp.He lived there from 1779 on thru 1785.He probably died there."
That is all I have on Conrad Jacoby, I hope someone can use this. If you reply to this and need something from this text, remind me that I was using Henry Frownfelter Solider of the American Revolution.