Howey and Mrak Genealogy - Person Page 319

Peter Jacquett1

M, b. 18 February 1650, d. before 1725
Last Edited1 May 2005
Birth*18 February 1650Peter Jacquett was born on 18 February 1650 at Delaware.1 
He was the son of Jean Paul Jacquett and Maria DeCarpentier.1 
Death*before 1725Peter Jacquett died before 1725.1 
Name Variation Peter Jacquett was also known as Jaquett. 

Citations

  1. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org.

Betty Lou Jaeger1

F
Last Edited30 Dec 2004
Betty Lou Jaeger is the daughter of William Francis Jaeger and Laura Emma Woodlin.1 
Marriage*19 September 1969Betty Lou Jaeger married Kevin Driscoll on 19 September 1969.1 

Citations

  1. [S166] Family notes obtained from Harvey Woodlin of Middletown DE.

Evelyn Francis Jaeger1

F
Last Edited30 Dec 2004
Evelyn Francis Jaeger is the daughter of William Francis Jaeger and Laura Emma Woodlin.1 
Marriage*15 September 1973Evelyn Francis Jaeger married David Wright on 15 September 1973.1 

Family

David Wright

Citations

  1. [S166] Family notes obtained from Harvey Woodlin of Middletown DE.

Kenneth Woodlin Jaeger1

M
Last Edited30 Dec 2004
Kenneth Woodlin Jaeger is the son of William Francis Jaeger and Laura Emma Woodlin.1 

Citations

  1. [S166] Family notes obtained from Harvey Woodlin of Middletown DE.

William Francis Jaeger1

M
Last Edited30 Dec 2004
Marriage*6 July 1950William Francis Jaeger married Laura Emma Woodlin, daughter of Carlton VanHouzen Woodlin and Lola E. Osborn, on 6 July 1950.1 

Citations

  1. [S166] Family notes obtained from Harvey Woodlin of Middletown DE.

Elizabeth Jaggard

F, b. 31 December 1836, d. 22 July 1896
Last Edited16 Dec 2007
Birth*31 December 1836Elizabeth Jaggard was born on 31 December 1836.1 
Marriage*24 February 1859She married Robert P. Howey Jr, son of Robert P. Howey Sr and Sarah Davis, on 24 February 1859 at Kemble M.E. Church, Woodbury, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.2,3 
Death*22 July 1896Elizabeth Jaggard died on 22 July 1896 at age 59. 
Burial*circa 25 July 1896She was buried circa 25 July 1896 at Eglington Cemetery, Clarksboro, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1 
Note*Elizabeth Howey buried with Robert P. Howey, Jr., being about the same age is presumably his wife.
Notes in Bessie Beal research lists Robert Howey of Deptford marr. Elizabeth Jaggard, 24 Feb. 1859.4 
Married NameHer married name was Elizabeth Howey. 

Family

Robert P. Howey Jr b. 7 January 1834, d. 29 January 1911

Citations

  1. [S89] Unknown author, Gravestone, Eglington Cemetery, Clarksboro, Gloucester County, New Jersey, USA. Photo of stone found athttp://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S128] Unknown author, CD#240: NJ Marriages, Gloucester Co. Court records, microfilm number: 0850324.
  3. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Record: #21848 Groom : Howey, Robert (H000) Bride : Jaggard, Elizabeth (J263) Residence : Deptford Township, NJ Residence : Deptford Township, NJ Father : Father : Mother : Mother : Marriage Date : 2/24/1859 Official : Snyder, G.R. Rev. Location : Parsonage City/State : Woodbury, NJ Source : Marriages, Christ Church Source Date : 2/24/1859 Notes : Original Source: Records of Marriage from Kemble M.E. Church.
  4. [S42] Bessie Lou Beal Boylan, "Beal Family History", Notes in Bessie Beal research lists Robert Howey of Deptford marr. Elizabeth Jaggard 24 Feb. 1859.

Charles Jaggers1

M, b. 1864
Last Edited31 May 2005
Birth*1864Charles Jaggers was born in 1864 at New Jersey.2 
Marriage*before 1903He married Gertrude (?) before 1903. 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
1920Millville, New JerseyCharles Jaggers and Gertrude (?) appeared on the census of 1920 at Millville, New Jersey.2

Family

Gertrude (?)
Child 1.Luther W. Jaggers+3 b. 11 Jul 1911, d. 24 Jul 2002

Citations

  1. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ, Digital microfilm, part 2, page 253A. Charles Jaggers, 56, Gertrude 46, Herbert 17, Evert 15, Mary 12, Luther 8. George is a glassmaker.
  2. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ, Digital microfilm, part 2, page 253A. Charles Jaggers, 56, wife Gertrude 46, Herbert 17, Evert 15, Mary 12, Luther 8. George is a glassmaker.
  3. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ, Digital microfilm, part 2, page 253A. Charles Jaggers, 56, wife Gertrude 46, Herbert 17, Evert 15, Mary 12, Luther 8. George is a glassmaker.

George Wayne Jaggers

M
Last Edited17 Jul 2006
George Wayne Jaggers is the son of Luther W. Jaggers and Dorothy Wiist.1,2 
Marriage17 July 1970George Wayne Jaggers married Dorothy Lamour Howey, daughter of Robert Lewis Howey Jr. and Katherine Emma Webb, on 17 July 1970 at 1st Methodist Church, Montgomery St., Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; http://www.kennethwmilano.com reports the records of the Old Brick Church (Methodist) of Kensington indicate the marriage was on 17 July 1917, by Maurice F. Montgomery, license #A-143338. Dororthy was 31 and Wayne 36 and both lived at 5039 Homestead St.
http://www.kennethwmilano.com/KensingtonHistory/KensingtonMethodistEpiscopalChurchOldBrick/OldBrickMarriagesfor1894to2002/tabid/306/Default.aspx.1 
Marriage*17 July 1971George Wayne Jaggers married Dorothy Lamour Howey, daughter of Robert Lewis Howey Jr. and Katherine Emma Webb, on 17 July 1971 at Old Brick Methodist Church Kensington, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.3 

Citations

  1. [S131] Unknown author, Family member response to request for famliy information., Dorothy L. Howey Molino Jaggers.
  2. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ, Digital microfilm, part 2, page 253A. Charles Jaggers, 56, wife Gertrude 46, Herbert 17, Evert 15, Mary 12, Luther 8. George is a glassmaker.
  3. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.kennethwmilano.com reports the records of the Old Brick Church (Methodist) of Kensington indicate the marriage was on 17 July 1917, by Maurice F. Montgomery, license #A-143338. Dorothy was 31 and Wayne 36 and both lived at 5039 Homestead St.
    http://www.kennethwmilano.com/KensingtonHistory/…

Joseph Jaggers1

M
Last Edited31 Dec 2009
Marriage*Joseph Jaggers married Anna Bailey, daughter of Jonathan Bailey and Rebecca Hankins.1 

Family

Anna Bailey d. before 1854

Citations

  1. [S560] Baileys of Baileytown, p. 18.

Luther W. Jaggers1,2

M, b. 11 July 1911, d. 24 July 2002
Last Edited10 Sep 2005
Birth*11 July 1911Luther W. Jaggers was born on 11 July 1911 at Cumberland Co., New Jersey.2 
He was the son of Charles Jaggers and Gertrude (?).3 
Marriage*circa 1930Luther W. Jaggers married Dorothy Wiist, daughter of George Wiist and Mary Carr, circa 1930.1 
Death*24 July 2002Luther W. Jaggers died on 24 July 2002 at South Jersey Hospital, Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., New Jersey, at age 91.2,4 
Burial*circa 27 July 2002He was buried circa 27 July 2002 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Millville, Cumberland Co., New Jersey.4 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
1920Millville, New JerseyLuther W. Jaggers appeared on the census of 1920 in the household of Charles Jaggers and Gertrude (?) at Millville, New Jersey.5

Family

Dorothy Wiist b. 11 October 1911, d. 10 October 1998
Child 1.George Wayne Jaggers1,3

Citations

  1. [S131] Unknown author, Family member response to request for famliy information., Dorothy L. Howey Molino Jaggers.
  2. [S510] Social Security Death Index, Name: Luther W. Jaggers SSN: 142-09-9016 Last Residence: 08332 Millville, Cumberland, New Jersey, United States of America Born: 11 Jul 1911 Died: 24 Jul 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: New Jersey (Before 1951 ).
  3. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ, Digital microfilm, part 2, page 253A. Charles Jaggers, 56, wife Gertrude 46, Herbert 17, Evert 15, Mary 12, Luther 8. George is a glassmaker.
  4. [S370] ObitsArchive.com, online http://oa.newsbank.com, Daily Journal, The (Vineland, NJ) - July 26, 2002
    LUTHER JAGGERS, 91
    Retired Vineland Developmental Center employee
    Luther Jaggers, 91, of Millville died late Wednesday, July 24, 2002, in South Jersey Hospital-Bridgeton after being in failing health.
    Mr. Jaggers was born and raised in Millville and was a lifelong city resident. He was the husband of the late Dorothy Wiist Jaggers, who died in 1998. Mr. Jaggers retired in 1977 from the Vineland Developmental Center, where he was employed as a black seal boiler operator for many years. He was a member of the Moose Lodge. He enjoyed gardening, bird watching, woodworking and needlepoint. In his younger years, he enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors.
    Mr. Jaggers is survived by his son, Wayne Jaggers of Delaware five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren as well as several nieces and nephews.
    Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Monday in the Pancoast Funeral Home, 676 S. Main Road, Vineland, with burial to follow in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Millville. Relatives and friends will be received from 10 to 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. For those who wish, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, Cumberland County Unit, 1400 W. Landis Ave., Vineland, NJ 08360.
    To email condolences, please visit www.pancoastfuneralhome.com.
    Daily Journal, The (Vineland, NJ)
    Date: July 26, 2002
    Page: 4A.
  5. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ, Digital microfilm, part 2, page 253A. Charles Jaggers, 56, wife Gertrude 46, Herbert 17, Evert 15, Mary 12, Luther 8. George is a glassmaker.

Hannah James1

F, b. 1657, d. 20 September 1706
Last Edited12 Apr 2003
Birth*1657Hannah James was born in 1657 at Easthampton, Long Island, New York.1 
She was the daughter of Thomas James and Ruth Jones
Marriage*21 August 1677Hannah James married James Diament, son of Thomas Diament and Mary Sheaff, on 21 August 1677 at Easthampton, Long Island, New York.1 
Death*20 September 1706Hannah James died on 20 September 1706 at Easthampton, Long Island, New York.1 
Married NameHer married name was Diament. 

Family

James Diament b. 1646, d. 13 December 1721
Children 1.Mary Diament b. c 1672
 2.Hannah Diament b. c 1674
 3.Thomas Diament b. c 1676
 4.Ruth Diament b. c 1678
 5.James Diament b. c 1680
 6.Abigail Diament b. c 1682
 7.John Diament b. c 1684
 8.Nathaniel Diament+ b. c 1686, d. Apr 1767

Citations

  1. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org.

John James1

M, b. 1567, d. 1595
Last Edited12 Apr 2003
Birth*1567John James was born in 1567 at Boston, Lincolnshire, England.1 
Death*1595He died in 1595 at Boston, Lincolnshire, England.1 
Marriage*1595He married Alice (?) in 1595 at Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England.1 
Name Variation John James was also known as Rev. 

Family

Alice (?) b. 1575, d. 27 April 1627
Child 1.Thomas James+ b. 5 Oct 1595, d. Feb 1682/83

Citations

  1. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org.

John James

M
Last Edited7 Sep 2004

Ruth James1

F, b. circa 1664, d. before 1723
Last Edited19 Mar 2006
Birth2 March 1649/50Ruth James was born on 2 March 1649/50 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.2 
Birth*circa 1664She was born circa 1664.1 
She was the daughter of Rev. Thomas James and Ruth Jones.1,3 
Marriagecirca 1680Ruth James married an unknown person circa 1680 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.2 
Marriage*circa 1682She married Thomas Harris, son of Daniel Harris and Mary Weld, circa 1682.1 
Marriagebetween 26 October 1703 and 1704Ruth James married Joseph More between 26 October 1703 and 1704 at East Hampton, New York.4 
Death*before 1723Ruth James died before 1723 at Easthampton, Long Island, New York.2 
Name Variation Ruth James was also known as Ruth James.2 
Married Namecirca 1682 As of circa 1682,her married name was Harris.1 
Married Namebetween 26 October 1703 and 1704 As of between 26 October 1703 and 1704,her married name was More.4 

Family

Thomas Harris b. 20 May 1657, d. circa 11 June 1697
Marriage*circa 1682She married Thomas Harris, son of Daniel Harris and Mary Weld, circa 1682.1 
Children 1.Mary Harris1 b. bt Jun 1683 - May 1684
 2.Thomas Harris1 b. bt Jun 1688 - May 1689
 3.Nathaniel Harris1 b. bt Jun 1693 - May 1694
 4.Samuel Harris+1 b. bt 1697 - 1697, d. 16 Jan 1773

Citations

  1. [S184] Jr., M.S., F.A.S.G. Walter Lee Sheppard, "American Genealogist", 183-184.
  2. [S294] Unknown author, GenCircles, McCormick, Barbara (email: [email protected]@wilmington.net).
  3. [S185] Unknown author, "Vineland Historical Magazine."
  4. [S38] Individual contact, wayne taylor [e-mail address] 15 mar 2006
    East Hampton Marriages, 1699 - 1709, An account of persons married by me, Nathl. Huntting.
    26 Oct 1703-4 - Name: Mr. Joseph More of Mecox - Spouse: Mrs. Ruth Harris.

Thomas James1

M, b. 5 October 1595, d. February 1682/83
Last Edited19 Mar 2006
Birth*5 October 1595Thomas James was born on 5 October 1595.1 
He was the son of John James and Alice (?)
Marriage*20 April 1620Thomas James married Olive Ingoldsby, daughter of Anthony Ingoldsby and Dorcas Bulkeley, on 20 April 1620 at Boston, Lincoln Co., England.1 
Death*February 1682/83Thomas James died in February 1682/83 at age 87.1 
Probate*13 February 1682/83His estate was probated on 13 February 1682/83 at Needham Market, Suffolk, England.2 
Will*5 February 1682/83He left a will on 5 February 1682/83 at Needham Market, Suffolk, England; Will of Thomas James Sr Needham Market, Suffolk, England will, dated 5 February 1682[/3] and proved 13 February 1683[/4], "Thomas James of Needham Market, clerk," bequeathed to "my son Thomas James of Easthampton in Long Island in New England in case he be living at the time of my death, all my books and such of my household goods and clothes as can or may conveniently be sent over thither, but in case my son Thomas shall not be living ... the same shall be equally divided amongst all my grandchildren or great grandchildren"; "my messuage in Needham Market wherein I dwell shall be sold and the monies arising therefrom" given to "Mr. John Fairfax £5"; to "Mr. Paul Brooke Senior £5"; "Elizabeth Frewer widow now with me £10 ... and she to occupy my house for one year after my decease"; £10 to be paid to the binding out of three poor widow's lads in the town of Needham provided the said widow Frewer's lad be one of the three, out of the affection the inhabitants have born to my son in my affliction"; £10 to the executors; residue to "my son Thomas if living"; "£3 to the poor of Needham"; executors Edmund Fernly, gent. and Paul Brooke, clothier [Waters 1356-57, citing Ipswich Wills, Archdeaconry of Suffolk].2 

Family

Olive Ingoldsby b. circa 1602, d. 1627
Child 1.Thomas James+ b. 13 Feb 1626/27, d. 14 Jun 1696

Citations

  1. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org.
  2. [S38] Individual contact, wayne taylor [e-mail address] 15 mar 2006.

Thomas James1

M, b. 13 February 1626/27, d. 14 June 1696
Last Edited19 Mar 2006
Birth*13 February 1626/27Thomas James was born on 13 February 1626/27 at Mouton, Lincolnshire, England. 
He was the son of Thomas James and Olive Ingoldsby
Marriage*1646Thomas James married Ruth Jones, daughter of John Jones and Sarah (?), in 1646.1 
Death6 June 1696Thomas James died on 6 June 1696 at age 69; Thomas James died June 6, 1696. In his last years he was quite infirm, and ministers were engaged on a temporary basis to relieve him, but he preached, at least occasionally, until the year of his death. As Henry Hedges, the first historian of East Hampton, wrote in 1849: "East Hampton was happy in its choice of minister . . . ."
One of the interim ministers engaged during James's infirmity was Nathaniel Huntting who came to East Hampton with his bride, Mary, and occupied the house which the town "by unanimous vote: Doe freely give and grant unto him . . . and his heirs . . . forever."
This house, as you know, was operated after his death by the Huntting family as "a common publick house," as it was derisively called, until quite recent times.2 
Death*14 June 1696He died on 14 June 1696 at Easthampton, Long Island, New York, at age 69.1 
Name Variation Thomas James was also known as Rev. 

Family

Ruth Jones b. circa 1628, d. 1668
Child 1.Hannah James+ b. 1657, d. 20 Sep 1706

Citations

  1. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org.
  2. [S38] Individual contact, wayne taylor [e-mail address] 15 mar 2006.

Thomas James1

M, b. circa 1621, d. 6 June 1696
Last Edited19 Mar 2006
Birth*circa 1621Thomas James was born circa 1621 at Lincolnshire, England.1 
Death*6 June 1696He died on 6 June 1696 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.1 
Will*5 June 1696He left a will on 5 June 1696 at Suffolk, New York.2 

Citations

  1. [S294] Unknown author, GenCircles, McCormick, Barbara (email: [email protected]@wilmington.net).
  2. [S38] Individual contact, wayne taylor [e-mail address] 15 mar 2006
    The last will and Testament of me Thomas James, Preacher of ye Gospel & minister of East Hampton, in ye County of Suffolk, upon ye Isle of Nassau alias Long Island, within ye Province of New York, as followesth:
    To my eldest daghter, Sarah, wife of Peregrine Stanborough (having already given her more than any other of the rest of the children), four score pounds in cash current of this Province, also an equal part with my other children of my personal good, also ye small part I have in ye ship called ye "Speedwell" (being half a quarter), also ye feather bed I lye upon & ye green rug with it. To my second daughter, Mary, wife of John Stratton, an hundred pounds in case. To my daughter Hannah, wife of James Diament, one hundred pounds. I, having very lately delivered to my son-in-law Thomas Harris in behalf of his wife, my 4th daghter, Ruth, one hundred pounds upon some conditions, doe confirm it absolutely to her; I also give her my feather bed in ye large chamber, which ye furniture to it. I give to my grandchildren Mary Stanborough and Mary Stratton, 50lb a piece, and a feather bed and two pairs of sheets, also to each of them a cow and six sheep, and an iron pot of ye bigger sort, two pewter platters, a silver spoon. To my daughter Anne Howell, now wife of Mr. Abraham Howell of Southampton, 20lb provided she bring in noe after reckoning on account of her first husband, my son Nathaniel, deceased.To my eldest grandson, John Stanborough, 10lb. To my two daughters-in-law [step daugheter/] Mary, wife of Mr. John Mulford, and Elisebeth, wife of Joseph Osborn, 10lb. I appoint Peregrine Stanborough, John Stratton, and James Diament executors. As for what debts is owing to me from this Towne of East Hampton, either former arrears or for last year, amounting to above four score pounds, I give to all my grandchildren excepting those mentioned in this will. Only this - that if ye Towne freely and readily will take ye best and speediest way they can for ye discharge of ye debts afore said, then I give to ye town 20lb towards ye maintaining of a good school-master in this towne; otherwise not. I give to my son-in-law John Stratton what time I have in my man Charles Jones, my executors to make good his indenture and allow him 40s in pay more.To my son-in-law James Diament my share in ye horse mill.
    Dated June 5, 1696. Thomas James.

Rev. Thomas James1,2

M, b. circa 1621/22, d. 16 June 1696
Last Edited30 Oct 2010
Birth*circa 1621/22Rev. Thomas James was born circa 1621/22.1,2 
He was the son of Rev. Thomas James and Olive Ingoldsby.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1660Rev. Thomas James married Ruth Jones, daughter of Rev. John Jones, circa 1660.1,2 
Death*16 June 1696Rev. Thomas James died on 16 June 1696.1,2,3 
Residence*He and Ruth Jones lived at East Hampton, New York.1 

Family

Ruth Jones b. circa 1628, d. circa 1668
Child 1.Ruth James+1,2 b. c 1664, d. b 1723

Citations

  1. [S184] Jr., M.S., F.A.S.G. Walter Lee Sheppard, "American Genealogist", 183-184.
  2. [S185] Unknown author, "Vineland Historical Magazine."
  3. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 33956790.

Rev. Thomas James1,2

M, b. circa 1595, d. 1683
Last Edited27 Jun 2001
Birth*circa 1595Rev. Thomas James was born circa 1595 at England.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1620He married Olive Ingoldsby, daughter of Anthony Ingoldsby and Dorcas Bulkeley, circa 1620.1,2 
Death*1683Rev. Thomas James died in 1683.1,2 
Residence*before 1632He lived before 1632 at Needham Market, Suffolk, England.1 
Immigration*1632He immigrated in 1632 to Charlestown, Massachusetts.1 
Residence*after 1632He and Olive Ingoldsby lived after 1632 at New Haven, Connecticut.1 

Family

Olive Ingoldsby b. circa 1602, d. 1627
Child 1.Rev. Thomas James+1,2 b. c 1621/22, d. 16 Jun 1696

Citations

  1. [S184] Jr., M.S., F.A.S.G. Walter Lee Sheppard, "American Genealogist", 183-184.
  2. [S185] Unknown author, "Vineland Historical Magazine."

Joseph Jans1

M, b. circa 1832
Last Edited28 Sep 2003
Birth*circa 1832Joseph Jans was born circa 1832 at Germany.1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
16 November 1850Delaware Twp., New JerseyJoseph Jans appeared on the census of 16 November 1850 in the household of William Howey Huston Sr at Delaware Twp., New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, William Huston household, 1850 US Census, Delaware Twp., Camden Co., NJ, Roll M432_445, p. 132, Dwelling 225, family 233. William Huston, W, M, 40, Blacksmith, Richard I., WM, 13, Hope A.?, WF, 11, Clara F. , WF, 5, William, WM, 3, Hope, WF, 65, Edward, WM, 22, farmer, all born New Jersey. Also in household are Joseph Jans, WM, 18, farmer, born Germany and Sarah A. Viel, WF, 15, born NJ.