William Jacob

(before 1520 - before 14 February 1577/78)
      James Jacob wrote:
1. Thomas Jacob (3x great grandfather) b. 24.7.1785 Stoke by Clare, Suffolk
2. John Jacob (4x) b. 19.2.1749 Withersfield
3. John Jacob (5x) b. 26.2.1723 Preston
4. John Jacob (6x) b. 22.8.1701 Thurston
5. Edmund Jacob (7x) d. 9.2.1708 Thurston m. 14.2.1686 Rougham to Margaret Moore (brother of Dorothy & John of Drinkstone).
6. Edmund Jacob (8x) b. 16.10.1631 Buxhall d.26.6.1701 Rougham m. Dorothy (unknown)
7. Edmond Jacob (9x) b. 4.4.1568 Buxhall d. 20.6.1639 Buxhall m. Sarah Stevens 10.11.1615
8. John Jacob (10x) d. 15.2.1578 Buxhall
9. Nicholas Jacob (11x) d. 1550-4 m. Margere Barker of Sibton (Nicholas Jacob was appointed yeoman of queens chamber by King Henry VIII on 16th Oct. 1545 Windsor Castle.
10. Johes Jacob (12x) 1491 Laxfield.
11. Nicholas Jacob (13x) 1451 Laxfield
12. John Jacob (14x) 1407 Laxfield
13. Robert Jacob (15x) 1386 m. Katerina
14. Jacob (16x) 1342
15. Jacobo Jacob (17x) 1327 Stonham Aspall.
16. William Jacob alive (18x) 1316 Castle Framlingham
17. William Jacob 1199
18. Ada Jacob 1198.
The Jacob of Laxfield and Jacob alias Bradelaugh are all of the same family. Jacob of Ubbeston descended from Nicholas Jacob (brother of John Jacob d. 15.2.1578 Buxhall) are of the same family as Sir John Jacob of Bromley mentioned in Visitation of Suffolk 1664-8. William Jacob was born before 1520.
William Jacob married Elizabeth Unknown (Jacob).
     William died before 14 February 1577/78 in Buxhall, Suffolk. He was buried on 14 February 1577/78 in Buxhall.

Child of William Jacob and Elizabeth Unknown (Jacob)

William Jacob

(say 1540 - 18 January 1596/97)
     William Jacob was born say 1540. He was the son of William Jacob and Elizabeth Unknown (Jacob).
William Jacob married Margaret Steggall.
     In Elizabeth Unknown (Jacob)'s will dated 30 November 1579 in Hunston, Suffolk, William Jacob was named as heir.
     William Jacob made a will dated 1 January 1595/96 in Hunston, Suffolk. His will mentions his sons Symon & Thomas, Margaret his wife & John Steggall his brother in law.
     William died on 18 January 1596/97 in Hunston, Suffolk. He was buried on 18 January 1596/97 in Hunston.
     His will was proved in May 1597 at Sudbury, Suffolk.

Children of William Jacob and Margaret Steggall

William Jacob

(say 1560 - 23 April 1606)
     William Jacob was born say 1560. Where is the proof of this link?. He was the son of William Jacob and Margaret Steggall.
William Jacob married Elizabeth Unknown (Jacob) in 1581 in Finborough Magna, Suffolk. The poor quality of the parish registers on fiche cannot confirm this.
     William died on 23 April 1606 in Finborough Magna, Suffolk.

Children of William Jacob and Elizabeth Unknown (Jacob)

William Jacob

(5 June 1756 - )
     William Jacob was christened on 5 June 1756 in Buxhall, Suffolk. He was the son of Daniel Jacob.

William Jacob

(29 April 1753 - before 26 May 1753)
     William Jacob was christened on 29 April 1753 in Buxhall, Suffolk. He was the son of Daniel Jacob.
     William died before 26 May 1753 in Buxhall, SFK. He was buried on 26 May 1753 in Buxhall.

William Jacob

(1 December 1754 - before 1756?)
     William Jacob was christened on 1 December 1754 in Buxhall, Suffolk. He was the son of Daniel Jacob.
     William died before 1756?.

William Jacob

(17 March 1730/31 - )
     William Jacob was christened on 17 March 1730/31 in Buxhall, Suffolk. He was the son of John Jacob and Hannah Unknown (Jacob).

Margaret Marie Jacobs

( - 1991)
     Margaret died in 1991.

Ann Jagwood

(before 1730 - )
     Ann Jagwood was born before 1730 in Suffolk.
     Ann Jagwood married John Cocksedge as his fourth wife, on 21 December 1752 in Honington, Suffolk. They were botrh widowed of Bardwell.

Emily Jakeman

(13 September 1874 - December 1957)
     Emily Jakeman was born on 13 September 1874 in Assington, Suffolk. She was the daughter of George & Sophia (Spooner), labourer.
The marriage of Emily Jakeman and James Robert Russell Bullett, son of James Bullett and Elizabeth Stevens, was registered in Kingston RD, Surrey, in the September 1895 quarter.
     Emily Jakeman and James Robert Russell Bullett were recorded on the 1901 census in Orchard Rd, West Molesey, Surrey. James Bullet, head, 31, stationary engine driver, born Surbiton; with his wife Emily, 25, born Assington, Sfk; Edison 4, Leslie 2, sons, born Surbiton.
     Emily's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1957 in Surrey.

Children of Emily Jakeman and James Robert Russell Bullett

Eliza James

(before March 1841 - )
     Eliza James was born before March 1841 in Kettering, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of William James and Elizabeth (Eliza) Bowker. Maryann, Joanna and Eliza were listed as the children of William James in the 1851 census in Newland St, Kettering, Northamptonshire.
     Eliza James was recorded on the 1871 census in 1 Well St, 'drapers shop', Bradford, Yorkshire. Eliza James, servant, unmarried aged 30, was a saleswoman (drpaers), born Kettering with many others in a household headed by Elizabeth Brooks, 35, housekeeper to drapers assistants.
     Eliza James was recorded on the 1891 census in 5 & 7 Tranquil Vale, Lewisham, Kent. Eliza James, housekeeper, single, aged 49, born Kettering, headed a large drapers household.

Elizabeth James

(after 1656 - before 1670)
     Elizabeth James was born after 1656. She was the daughter of Sir John James and Mary Killigrew.
     Elizabeth died before 1670. Died in infancy..

Hannah James

(12 November 1771 - )
     Hannah James was born on 12 November 1771 in Middlesex. She was the daughter of Hugh James and Mary Stanser. Hannah James was christened on 8 December 1771 in St Marylebone, London, Middlesex. She was listed in the household of Rev Robert Stanser paying tax in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, between 23 May 1795 and 30 April 1796.
     Hannah James was mentioned in the will of Rev Robert Stanser dated 30 May 1808.

Hugh James

(before 1745? - 1810?)
     Hugh James was born before 1745?.
     Hugh James and an unknown person obtained a marriage licence on 10 December 1766 in London. Appeared personally, Hugh James ... of the parish of Saint Mary le bone , Middlesex, bachelor anged 21 year and upwards and intended to marry with Mary Stanser of the parish of Saint George Hanover Square , spinster aged 21 and upwards ... in either parish.
Hugh James married Mary Stanser, daughter of John Stanser and Hannah Michel, on 11 December 1766 in St George, Hanover Square, London, Middlesex. By Licence, both single, he was of the parish of St Marylebone, witnessed by David Torrance & ...., both signed.
     Hugh died in 1810?. He may be the Hugh James buried at St Marylebone 3 Jun 1810.

Children of Hugh James and Mary Stanser

Joanna Bowker James

(2 August 1839 - 10 February 1934)
     Joanna Bowker James was born on 2 August 1839 in Kettering, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of William James and Elizabeth (Eliza) Bowker. Maryann, Joanna and Eliza were listed as the children of William James in the 1851 census in Newland St, Kettering, Northamptonshire.
Joanna Bowker James married Thomas Rose on 16 August 1860 in Baptist chapel, Kettering, Northamptonshire.
     Joanna Bowker James and Thomas Rose were recorded on the 1871 census in Market Square, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire. Thomas G Rose, head, 32, Baptist minister of L Buckby, born Kettering, his wife Joana B, 31, born Kettering; children Enid 8, born Pershore, Alfred H 6, born Buckby Wharf?, Ada M 4, born L Buckby, Thomas A 1 month, ditto, Naomi James, visitor, unmarried 43, annuitant, born Kettering and a general domestic servant.
     Joanna Bowker James was recorded on the 1901 census in 4 Hanger Lane, Ealing, London. Joanna B Rose, head, Widow, 65, born Kettering; Enid R, daughter single, 38, principal of Ladies,School?, born Pershore, Ada M, single, daughter, ditoo, born Long Buckby, with a French mistress, one pupil and a parlourmaid & servant.
     Joanna died on 10 February 1934 aged 94.

Children of Joanna Bowker James and Thomas Rose

John James

(after 1656 - before 1670)
     John James was born after 1656. He was the son of Sir John James and Mary Killigrew.
     John died before 1670. Died in infancy..

Sir John James

     Sir John James married Mary Killigrew, daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew and Mary Woodhouse, after 1656.

Children of Sir John James and Mary Killigrew

Margaret James

     Margaret James married Robert Cocksedge, son of Richard Cocksedge and Barbara Miles, on 30 October 1628 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Which Robert?.

Marion James

     Marion James married Henry Denty Murray, son of Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty.

Child of Marion James and Henry Denty Murray

Maryann James

(before March 1830 - )
     Maryann James was born before March 1830 in Kettering, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of William James. Maryann, Joanna and Eliza were listed as the children of William James in the 1851 census in Newland St, Kettering, Northamptonshire.

Robert Nathaniel John James

(21 October 1917 - )
     Robert Nathaniel John James was born on 21 October 1917.
Robert Nathaniel John James married Hannah Isabelle MacKenzie, daughter of Donald Thomson MacKenzie and Lily Hannah Attenborough, in 1940 in Victoria.
     Robert resided at Griffith Street, Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, 1982.

Thomas James

(6 November 1768 - )
     Thomas James was born on 6 November 1768 in Middlesex. He was the son of Hugh James and Mary Stanser. Thomas James was christened on 19 November 1768 in St Marylebone, London, Middlesex.

William James

(before March 1799 - )
     William James was born before March 1799 in Lubenham, Leicestershire.
William James married Elizabeth (Eliza) Bowker, daughter of George Robinson Bowker and Joanna Aveling, on 22 October 1838 in Baptist chapel, Kettering, Northamptonshire. "in the presence of 1000 people".
William James married Elizabeth Unknown on 9 June 1842 in Kettering, Northamptonshire. He was described as a widower.
     William James and Elizabeth Unknown were recorded on the 1851 census in Newland St, Kettering, Northamptonshire. William James 52, Superintendent of silk factory, born Lubenham, Leics, with his wife Elizabeth aged 48, born Wilbarston, Nth and children Maryann, 21, Joanna B 11, Eliza 10 all born at Kettering with a visitor and servant.
     William James and Elizabeth Unknown were recorded on the 1861 census in Uppingham Rd, Kettering, Northamptonshire. William James, head, married, 62? house proprietor, born Lubbenham, Leics, with his wife Elizabeth, aged 58, born Wilbaston, Northamptonshire.
     William died in Kettering, Northamptonshire.

Child of William James

Children of William James and Elizabeth (Eliza) Bowker

Frank Frederick Jameson

     Frank Frederick Jameson married Gwenyth May Dobson or Davis, daughter of Townley Osborne Dobson and Mary Elizabeth Davis, in 1941 in Victoria.

Elizabeth Jamieson

(circa 1772 - before 13 May 1819)
     Elizabeth Jamieson was born circa 1772 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Elizabeth Jamieson married Samuel Emslie, son of Patriarch Peter? Emslie, on 7 February 1792 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire.
     Elizabeth died before 13 May 1819 in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She was buried on 13 May 1819 in Spital cemetery, Aberdeen. Eliz. Jamison, wife of Samual Emslie, labourer, Aberdeen, aged 46.

Children of Elizabeth Jamieson and Samuel Emslie

Eric Janes

(before 1 September 1899 - )
      Eric married Dorothy. Eric Janes was born before 1 September 1899 in Windsor RD. He was the son of Sydney Janes and Catherine Burnham Goodman.

Leslie Janes

(before 1 October 1902 - )
     Leslie Janes was born before 1 October 1902 in Windsor RD. He was the son of Sydney Janes and Catherine Burnham Goodman.

Sydney Janes

     Sydney Janes married Catherine Burnham Goodman, daughter of Thomas Goodman and Caroline Sarah Robinson Bowker, before 1 April 1896 in Wandsworth RD, Surrey.

Children of Sydney Janes and Catherine Burnham Goodman

James Janns

( - before February 1745)
     James Janns was the son of Richard Janns and Dorothy Handy.
     James died before February 1745.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 5 February 1745 #336 Janns, James, Blackcastle, co. Meath, Gent. To Rev Richard I the son of .... co. Clare, clerk, Joseph James, Dorothy..otherwise I (wid) & Margt daughter... wid, the children
#337 Janns, Elizth, Blackcastle, co. Meath, widow, same as last, the son, same relations, mother of the last mentioned children, Admon granted 5 Feb 1745.

Child of James Janns

Richard Janns

( - after 22 November 1687)
     Richard Janns married Dorothy Handy.
Richrd Janns of Blackcastle was High Sheriff of Meath in 1667.
     Richard resided at Black Castle, Navan, Meath, Ireland.
     Richard Janns made a will dated 22 November 1687 in Black Castle, Meath. Richard Janns of Black Castle in the co. Meath, Esq., will dated 22 Nov 1687 mentions his wife Dorothy Handy and son James & daughter Ann - wife of ... Anetson[?]/Huetson, & --[dau?]Mary. Heraldic arms attached.
     Richard died after 22 November 1687 in Meath, Ireland.

Child of Richard Janns and Dorothy Handy