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Henrietta Jaycox in 1870 Leslie, MI
Posted by: Marilyn LeVeque (ID *****0121) Date: April 05, 2002 at 08:14:56
In Reply to: Henry, Marcus Jacox - OH>MI by Cheryl Helm of 207

Dear Cheryl,

I do not know for sure that Sophia is a sister, but if you look at the 1870 MI Census online, you will see Clarisa with Henry in Leslie, MI, with 2 children.

The fact that the Tainter's, Jaycox, & Hull's lived near each other, married & witnessed marriages, leads me to believe they were close friends.

By 1870, Sophia may have passed away & Henry remarried a woman named Clarissa. It seems descendants of Henrietta Jaycox Hull may know the answers to some of your questions.

In 1870, Daniel & Eliza (HUll) Tainter are living in Onondaga, MI, but by 1880 they had moved to Boyne City, MI. The parents of Eliza & Cortes Hull, Frederick & Persis (Barnes) Hull, followed them there, as did many Hull relations. Henrietta & Cortes stayed in Ingham County, MI & the photograph I have, taken in 1886, says EATON RAPIDS on the studio mark.

The Hull family is well documented, as is the Tainter family. I have the names, dates of birth & marriages on all the Hull children.

If you find the descendants of Hernietta Jaycox Hull & Cortes, they may have the Jaycox inf. on place of birth & siblings of all the Jaycox line.

Sincerely,
Marilyn LeVeque


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