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Descendants of Jacob Dobbins

1 Jacob Dobbins 1744/45 - 1798 b: February 11, 1744/45 in Chester Co., Pennsylvania d: March 08, 1798 in Surry Co., NC Burial: Surry Co., NC +Ann Marshill 1749 - 1824 b: August 26, 1749 in Augusta Co., Virginia d: Abt. 1824 in Surry Co., NC Burial: Surry Co., NC m: 1767 in Augusta Co., VA

2 John Dobbins 1772 - 1826 b: April 21, 1772 in Chatham Co., NC d: 1826 in Deep Creek, Surry Co., NC +Jemima Reece 1772 - 1824 b: July 09, 1772 in Surry Co., NC d: July 14, 1824 in Deep Creek, Surry Co., NC m: May 07, 1794 in Surry Co., NC

2 Mary Dobbins 1774 - b: February 23, 1774 in Chatham Co., NC

2 Ruth Dobbins 1776 - 1820 b: January 21, 1776 in Chatham Co., NC d: August 15, 1820 in Lawrence Co., Indiana +Simon Lakey, Sr. 1778 - 1853 b: June 08, 1778 in Surry Co., NC d: June 19, 1853 in Ozark Co., Missouri m: March 01, 1797 in Surry Co., NC

2 William Dobbins 1778 - b: February 25, 1778 in Chatham Co., NC d: in Iowa +Nancy Hough 1778 - b: Abt. 1778 m: September 08, 1803 in Deep Creek, Surry Co., NC

2 Jacob Dobbins, Jr. 1780 - 1850 b: January 27, 1780 in Chatham Co., NC d: June 1850 in Greene Co., Indiana +Sarah Speer 1780 - b: Abt. 1780 m: April 24, 1808 in Surry Co., NC

2 Ann Dobbins 1782 - 1816 b: March 20, 1782 in Chatham Co., NC d: June 02, 1816 in Deep Creek MM, North Carolina

2 Sarah Dobbins 1784 - 1860 b: October 31, 1784 in Chatham Co., NC d: Aft. 1860

2 Rebecca Dobbins 1787 - b: April 01, 1787 in Chatham Co., NC +Eli Mills 1787 - b: Abt. 1787 m: November 02, 1822

2 Thomas Dobbins 1789 - 1841 b: October 17, 1789 in Yadkin Co., NC d: Abt. 1841 in Salem, Indiana +Elizabeth Johnson 1789 - b: Abt. 1789 *2nd Wife of Thomas Dobbins: +Delise Naling 1789 - b: Abt. 1789 m: August 11, 1812 in Yadkin Co., NC

2 Joshua Dobbins 1792 - 1870 b: September 1792 in Yadkin Co., NC d: June 24, 1870 +Nancy Farmer 1792 - b: Abt. 1792 m: December 11, 1814

 

13 Generation 12 Generation 11 Generation 10 Generation 9 Generation
Esquire Jeremiah James & Jane (Roswell) Hadley. He was born Dublin, Kings Co., Ireland and she was born Perthshire, Scotland - He had linage back to the royal families of England. Simon & Katherine  (Talbert) Hadley. He was born Ballynakill, King's Co., Ireland Simon & Ruth (Miller) Hadley - They were born County West Meath, Ireland. They died in New Castle Co., Delaware - Quakers - His linage goes back to the royal family of England. Joshua & Patience (Brown) Hadley, he was born in Kings County, Ireland, they died at Cane Creek Twp., Alamance Co., NC. Joshua had two wives Patience Brown and Mary Rowland - Quakers   Simon & Bridget (Foote) Hadley, Sr., they were born at Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle, Chester Co., Delaware. He died at Deep Creek MM, Surry Co., NC. Quakers
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
Thomas & Anna (Hadley) Lakey, he was born in Surry Co., NC.  Quakers Simon & Ruth (Dobbins) Lakey, he was from Surry Co., NC, Quakers Hiram & Anna (Lakey) Long. He was murdered along with one of his sons in Barry Co., MO, by Bushwhackers, probably buried at Maddy Cemetery. Anna was Quaker. John Dake & Lavina (Bellah) Long, buried in Barry Co., MO, Maddy Cemetery Bertie L. & Carolina "Carrie" (Long) Addington, she died in Barry Co., MO.  He died in OK.
3 Generation        
Samuel Sanders & Gertrude (Addington) Haddock died in Barry Co., MO        

 

13 Generation 12 Generation 11 Generation 10 Generation 9 Generation
Esquire Jeremiah James & Jane (Roswell) Hadley. He was born Dublin, Kings Co., Ireland and she was born Perthshire, Scotland - He had linage back to the royal families of England. Simon & Katherine (Talbort) Hadley, they died in County West Meath, Ireland Simon & Ruth (Miller) Hadley - They were born County West Meath, Ireland. They died in New Castle Co., Delaware - Quakers  Joshua & Mary (Rowland) Hadley, he was born in Kings County, Ireland, died at Cane Creek Twp., Alamance Co., NC. Joshua had two wives Patience Brown and Mary Rowland Quakers   John & Ruth (Hadley) Marshill. He was born Tyrone Co., Ireland - she was born New Castle Co., PA. Quakers  
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
Jacob & Ann (Marshill) Dobbins. They died in Surry Co., NC, and were Quakers. Simon & Ruth (Dobbins) Lakey, he was from Surry Co., NC, Quakers Hiram & Anna (Lakey) Long. He was murdered along with one of his sons in Barry Co., MO, by Bushwhackers, probably buried at Maddy Cemetery. Anna was Quaker. John Dake & Lavina (Bellah) Long, buried in Barry Co., MO, Maddy Cemetery Bertie L. & Carolina "Carrie" (Long) Addington, she died in Barry Co., MO.  He died in OK.
3 Generation        
Samuel Sanders & Gertrude (Addington) Haddock died in Barry Co., MO        

 

A few Notes

Simon Hadley came to the colonies in 1712 from Ireland. History of Chester Co., PA recorded the following data about Simon Hadley and family as follows:  Simon Hadley & wife Ruth were from Moate MM., Co. West Meath, received 6 month 4 day of 1716. They came from Ireland about 1712, settled in New Castle Co., and lived near the New Garden line. A house which he erected in 1717 and was still standing in 1881.

His children were:
Joseph, born the 8 month 25th day of 1698,
Deborah born the 2 month, 25th day of 1701,
Joshua born 3 month 6 day of 1703,
Simon born 12 month on 23rd day of 1704, died 11 month 4 day of 1730,
Hannah born 11 month 16 day of 1709,
Ruth born 12 month on 18 day of 1711,
Katherine born 2 month 25 day of 1715,
Ann born 12 month 7 day 1717.

The mother died 12 month 18th day of 1750, and was buried at New Garden, after which Simon married Phebe, widow of Richard Buffington of Bradford, Chester Co., Pa.

Simon Hadley was born in year of 1676 and in Moate, County of West Meath, Ireland. He was the son of Simon and Catherine (Talbot) Hadley. He married around 1697 to Ruth Miller, also of County West Meath. Together they had at least eight children. The oldest, Joseph was born on 25 October 1698. In 1712 the family boarded a ship, possibly in Somerset, England and made the trans-Atlantic voyage to the American colonies. They originally settled in Steyning Manor, Pennsylvania. Where they were members of a Quaker Community which was centered around the New Garden Monthly Meeting House. They lived in Chester Co., PA.

There are numerous references to Simon Hadley and his family but the most in-depth is that he located in the "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1730", by Albert Cook Myers. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1985.

Simon Hadley owned a large tract of land that extended from London Grove Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania into Newcastle County, Delaware. He served as Justice for many years and judge in the New Castle courts. Today the Hadley home is a historical spot for visitors in Newcastle County, Delaware.

Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, of Chester County, Pa., and New Castle County, Delaware. Established in 1686. Simon Hadley, and wife Ruth from Moate Meeting, County West Meath, received 6 MO. 4, 1716.

Hinshaw's Ency of Quaker records and the Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania indicate that Simon Hadley was received on certificate on 4 August, 1716 at Kennett Monthly Meeting, Chester County, Pennsylvania from Moate Monthly Meeting, County West Meath, Ireland.

There has been no success in determining which ship they immigrated to America.

Ruth Hadley died on 18 December 1750-51 and was buried at New Garden. Following her death Simon Lakey remarried Phebe Buffington, a widow of Richard, of Bradford, Chester County. This marriage was on 22 July, 1752. Simon is said to be "Simon Hadley, Esquire, widower, of Mill Creek hundred, New Castle County". Six days prior to the marriage a marriage contract was signed by the parties by which Phebe's property was reserved to her own use.

Less than four years following their marriage Simon was murdered by a servant "for the gold he carried on his person". On the 5th of March 1756 Phebe Hadley paid a bond to his executors for the payment of a sum of money; and on 24 July 1756 Simon's daughter Hannah Stanfield wrote from North Carolina to her stepmother "I received thy letter dated the 31st of the 5 month 1756, and was glad to hear of thy welfare and a true account of my respected father's sudden death". David Flinney, a lawyer of New Castle, declared on oath that Simon intended to leave L200 to his wife but the sum was left blank in his will. However, several of the heirs were willing that she should receive that amount and the executors appeared to have paid it.

 

 

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