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Jaycox deaths in Ingham & Jackson Co., MI--Henry & Isaiah
Posted by: Marilyn LeVeque (ID *****0121) Date: December 03, 2003 at 19:02:48
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Here are some Jaycox deaths.

My Jaycox relation is Henry Jaycox, b. 1824 in New York who married Sophia Godfrey, b. ca 1827 in New York to Elisha & Polly (Barden) Godfrey.

They had James Jaycox born ca 1853 in New York & Henrietta Jaycox (I have a photograph of her with her husband, Cortes Hull taken ca 1880) born ca 1851.

I believe the parents of Henry Jaycox are John & Sara/Sarah of New York.

Here are the death records of 2 MI Jaycox men:
H. H. is Henry H. Jaycox, birthpalce Ohio is in question as 1880 Census says NY.

Date of death: 17-Nov-1884
Ledger Page: 219
Record Number: 182
Place of death: HAMLIN
County of Death: Eaton
Sex: Male
Marital Status: Married
Age: 59 years 11 months 27 days
Birthplace: OHIO
Occupation: FARMER
Father's Name: Unknown,
Father's Residence: DECEASED
Mother's Name: UNKNOWN,
Mother's Residence: DECEASED
Date of record: 1-Jun-1885

I believe this is Henry H. Jaycox's brother & note this lists parents names. Also, Marcus Jaycox a brother died during the Civil War.

Date of death: 8-Nov-1872
Ledger Page: 45
Record Number: 279
Place of death: Waterloo
County of Death: Jackson
Sex: Male
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Age: 52 years
Cause of Death: Lung Fever
Birthplace: New York
Father's Name: Jaycox, John
Father's Residence:
Mother's Name: Jaycox, Sara
Mother's Residence: New York
Date of record: 3-Jun-1873

Hope this helps someone.

Wishing to share inf.


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