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Re: Jaycocks, Poughkeepsie 1700s
Posted by: danna (ID *****4412) Date: February 03, 2003 at 06:05:07
In Reply to: Jaycocks, Poughkeepsie 1700s by Sharilyn Whitaker of 207

Hellow Sharilyn and everyone else .I have a puzzle ; I just recied a letter from Putman county historical society' THAY SAY MY jAMES jaycox born about1750//is the brother of John and probable Isaiah who was born in old cold spring may 14 1752 according to his tombstoneand died at his home in philipstown aug 23 1840. my James who married Deborah Purdy ;his home was at the junction of the carmel ' cold spring turn pike is now known as the 'Ore Dump' James Jacox died on a sailing vessel at sea while on a trip for his health ; and is said to be burried in the Philips' Church yard at garrison in a marked grave no memorial can be found. Deborah born jan 21 1757 and died in putman vally may 14 1849 age 92 3m 23 d is said to have a second husband Peater Surrine . Does this mean 2 james JAYCOX HAVE DIED AT SEA''OR IS IT THE SAME jAMES;MY E MAIL IS

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