Frances Jacobs 1706

Frances Jacobs was married to Daniel Webb.

He was probably identical to Daniel, a “negro” tithable in the household of Thomas Savage from 1723 to 1726, tithable in the household of his mother “Jane Web malato” in 1728, in Daniel Jacob’s household in 1729, in the household of his sister Dinah Manly in 1730, and with his wife Frances Jacob in Daniel Jacob’s household in 1731.

Frances was Daniel Jacob’s daughter who was listed in his household as Frances Jacob from 1724 to 1729 and called Frances Web in 1731 [Bell, Northampton County Tithables, 47, 92, 116, 149, 190, 214, 229].

Her children were
i. ____, born say 1730.
ii. William, born say 1738.
iii. Solomon, received only “one shilling and no more” by his father’s will.
iv. Jacob, received only “one shilling and no more” by his father’s will. He may have been the Jacob Webb who was taxable in Alex McDowgal’s household in Bladen County, North Carolina, in 1763.
v. Samuel, born say 1742, one of the executors of his father’s will.
vi. Isaac, born in August 1743, an eighteen-year-old “Negro” bound by the Northampton County, Virginia court to John Ellegood on 12 May 1762 [Minutes 1761-5, 28]. He was one of the executors of his father’s 18 July 1769 Hanover County, North Carolina will.

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