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George Jacobs1745 -- 1805
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James Jacobs

Birth

1776

Location

VA, Fauquier Co, Summerduck

Death

1869

Location

GA, Fayette Co

Aged: 93 years
Burial: Old Whitewater Methodist Church Cemetery (Unmarked Grave) Brooks Station, Fayette, Georgia, USA
Occupation: Farmer - Grain Miller/Tobacco Farmer

Residences of James Jacobs: Born circa 1775 VA; 1810-1820 Union Dist
SC Census; 1830 Jackson Co., GA Census; 1840-1860 Fayette Co., GA
Census;

25 June 1807 (Bk I, p. 206) Ann Jacobs & Gabriel Jacobs sell for $100 39 acres to James Jacobs. This land was purchased from James Dickerson.

25 June 1807 (Bk I, p. 208) Ann Jacobs & Gabriel Jacobs sell for $300 61 acres to James Jacobs. This land was purchased from James Dickerson

21 Aug 1807 (Bk I, p.430-431) William & James Jacobs for $321 sell 50 acres to Thomas Edge.on south east side of Broad River & Hogans Island including the old mill, formerly built by Nathaniel Abney adjoining Gabriel Jacobs, John Bowlan, William Jacobs

08 Jan 1812 (Bk M, p. 11) James Jacobs for $40 sells 15 acre tract on south side of Broad River between Broad and Tygar Rivers to Thomas Edge

04 Dec 1821 (Bk R, p. 14-15) James Jacobs for $500 sells 100 acres to Nathan Sims. Witnessed by wife Frances Jacobs

November 1868 Voted and paid taxes in Fayette Co., GA; Last taxes paid 1868. Buried at the Whitewater Creek Methodist Church cemetery in an unmarked grave. Cemetery located at Brooks, Fayette Co., GA known to locals as Brooks Station.

1810 Census Union Dist., SC Males (-10=2) (26>45=1) Females: (16>26=1)
Males under 10 = (Morris & William B.)

1820 Census Union Dist. SC Males (-10=4) (10>15=1) (45+=1) Females: (-10=2) (16>25=1) (26>44=1)
Males under 10 = (William B.; John A.; Anderson & Charles) Males 10>15 = Morris

1830 Census Jackson Co., GA p.346 15 Nov 1830 . Males: (-5=3) ; (5>10=2) ; (10-15=1) ; (15>-20=1) ; (50>-60=1) ;
Females: (-5=1) ; (5>10=1) ; (30>40=1) ; Number in household =11
7 Male Children Listed: Morris 22 years of age was probably out of the household. Other ages do not mesh exactly. Tillman Hollie =4; Thompson =5; Nathan =6; Charles =12; Anderson =13; John A. =17; William B. =20

1840 Census Fayette Co., GA Capt Nichols Dist. p.224 Males (10>15=2); (15>20=1); (60>70=1) Females (-5yoa=1); (15>20=1); (40->50=1)
Nathan 16; Thompson 15; Tillman Hollie 14

1850 Census Fayette Co., GA 29th Dist p.81 HH 597/606 4 Nov 1850
James 75 VA Farmer 500; Frances 55 VA; Thompson 27 TN Farmer; Tilman 24 GA Farmer; Elizabeth A. 20 GA

1860 Census Fayette Co., GA Fayetteville p.26 HH 181/181 11 June 1860
James 84 Farmer VA; Francis 68 VA; Elizabeth 29 GA; Amanda E. 5; Thompson 35 TN; Serena 22 GA; Joseph B 9/12

12 MARKER DNA VALUES (FamilyTreeDNA and Ancestry DNA)

DYS19 DYS385a DYS385b DYS388 DYS389-1 DYS389-2
14 13 13 16 12 30

DYS390 DYS391 DYS392 DYS393 DYS426 DYS439
22 10 11 14 11 11

This research is provided by Wesley Jacobs and dna is of Wesley Jacobs

# Note:

James Jacobs
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Frances Hollingsworth

Birth

1785

Location

VA

Death

1871

Location

GA, Fayette Co

Aged: 86 years
Note:

Im 50/50 split

I've done extensive research on this particular area and can easily say that several Sims were in this area and that the Jacobs had land dealings with them and as neighbors.

The Hollingsworths and Robinsons seemed to follow the Jacobs also,
As U know, Thomas Jacobs married a Mary Hollingsworth Robinson.
Zebulon married Mary Jacobs, dau of Thomas/Robinson.
It seems they married cousins on atleast 2 occasions, so the possibility is real

The Jacobs seemed to work "undercover"...They were Mill owners
and partnered with Issac Hollingsworth. They exported flour worldwide..owned large parcels of land.grew tobacco...YET kept a very low profile ???????

The Jacobs of Fauquier are NOT documented as the cousin Jacobs in surrounding counties such as Stafford or Farifax...
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
1+

Morris 

1808  SC, Union Co Nancy Snead 
2+

William B 

1810  SC, Union Co Anna ___ 
3+

John A 

1813  SC, Union Co Mary Walls 
4+

Anderson 

18171871  SC, Union Co Sarah E. Cook 
5+

Charles 

1818  SC Eliza Jane Cook 
6+

Nathan 

1824  TN, Bledsoe Co Emily Tant 
7+

Thompson D. 

18251864/1870  TN, Bledsoe Co Serena Ann Betsill 
8+

Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" 

1830  GA, Jackson Co  
9+

Tillman Hollie (Hollingsworth) 

1/1/18361911  GA, Jackson Co Serena Ann Betsill 
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    Source from: J.J. Burks
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