John Simcock
(1763-Abt 1816)

 

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Hannah

John Simcock

  • Born: 14 Sep 1763, Plainfield, Essex Co., New Jersey
  • Marriage: Hannah about 1793
  • Died: Abt 1816, Pine Creek Twp., Lycoming Co., Pennsylvania about age 53

  General Notes:

After their marriage, John and Hannah lived first in Mendham, Morris County, New Jersey. In December 1784, he was dismissed from the Rahway and Plainfield Quaker Meeting for "swearing, gaming, bearing arms and other unbecoming behavior." About 1801, he sold his property in Morris County and moved to Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. They lived in Pine Creek Township, near the town of Charlton. This area is now Clinton County, which was created out of Lycoming Co unty in 1839.

By the 1810 census of Pine Creek Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania the family consisted of
1 male over 45 (born before 1765) - John
1 female 26-45 (1765-1784) - Hannah
3 males 10-16 (1784-1800) - Nathan, John, Jacob
2 males under 10 (1800-1810) - Stephen and one unidentified
2 females under 10 (1800-1810) - Elizabeth and one unidentified

John had died by the 1820 census of Pine Creek Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. Hanna Simcock is listed as the head of household. The family consisted of
1 female 45+ (born before 1775) - Hannah
2 males 16-45 (1775-1804) - John and Jacob (Nathan was head of his own household)
1 male 10-16 (1804-1810) - Stephen
2 females 10-16 (1804-1810) - Elizabeth
1 male under 10 (1810-1820) - Asariah

John married Hannah about 1793. (Hannah was born about 1770.)



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