Jacob (1724-1769) b. Monmouth Co., NJ ;r. Kinsessing, Philadelphia Co., PA (son of Capt. Abraham I & Rebecca Ann Boone Lincoln)
-burial: St. James of Kinsessing churchyard, Philadelphia (See cemetery “Show map” for GPS)
Marriage: 1747, Kinsessing, Philadelphia Co., PA
Children: A “Carolina John” Linkhorn is sometimes listed with the other children below. He may have been an uncle who was under age 14 when their grandfather Abraham died (1745). He married and moved to North Carolina. After he passed, his wife apparently moved with their children to the new Missouri Territory about 1816, after which she dies. Read his unusual story here.
1. Abraham II (1749-1811) (m. Elizabeth Schrum)
2. Catarina (1751-1757) died in childhood
3. Anna Maria+ (1753-1821) b. PA; r. Quemahoning Twp. (m. Christian Bowman – our line)
4. John (1756-1756) died in infancy
5. Rebecca+ (1757-1801) (m. Ebenezer Bravard at Third Presbyterian, Philadelphia)
6. Moses (1759-1835) b. Kinessing; d. Darby, PA (m. Barbara Kinch)
7. Mary (1763- ) (m. Benjamin Evans)
8. Jacob (1766-before 1834) (m. Mary Taylor* at Gloria Dei Church, Philadelphia)
* Another Mary Taylor, known as “Polly” (b. 1768/70), married our Joseph M. Berkey (1768-1857), in 1791, Berks Co., PA. Research continues for a possible connection.
+ Several references to Anna Maria & Christian Bowman’s children: “In memory of Isaac ‘Boughman’ who died March 24, 1813 in the 30th year of his age” on a gravestone in Old Swedes’ Cemetery, Kinsessing, as per Waldo Lincoln’s History of the Lincoln Family. Another is in Anna Maria’s sister Rebecca’s will, mentioning Isaac and our Peter L. (1783-1861).
Gloria Motter. “Obituary & Death Notice Archives.” Armentrout Family Group Sheets. Internet. 2 February 2015.
Lincoln-L Archives. Internet Rootsweb. 2 February 2015.
“Jacob & Ann Lincoln.” Find-A-Grave. 28 January 2015
Jordan Vincent. “Connections: The Rambo & Lincoln Families.” 28 January 2015
Richard E. Weber. The Sprague Project. Internet
Dixie & Fern Klement. “Sargent Family Tree.” Ancestry.com. 30 January 2015
Various Public Member Family Trees and other documents. Ancestry.com
“Samuel Lincoln.” Wikipedia. Internet
Ethel Farrington Smith. The New England Historical & Genealogical Register. Vol. 142-142, 1989. p. 133
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