* (8X Great Grandmother) Anne-(1661-1730) Jacobs (born Cheney)

Born:Oct 1661 In:  Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA
Died:Apr 29 1730 (at age 68)In:  South River Hundred, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA

Immediate family

(8X Great Grandfather) (Captain) John-(1628-1726) Jacobs, Jr
Her husband
(7X Great Grandfather) John-(1686-1740) Jacobs III
Her son
* (9X Great Grandfather) (Immigrant) Richard-(1629-1685) Cheney, Jr
Her father
* (9X Great Grandmother) (Immigrant) Mary-(1628-1668) Charity Cheney (born Woodward)
Her mother


Cheiney, Richard, Sr., A. A_ Co.,

6th Mch., 1685-6; To eld, son

Richard, ex., and hrs., 250 A.,

"Cheine's Rest," on South RTo

2 sons, viz., Thomas and Charles,

at 16 yrs. of age, "Resolution; "

sd. sons to be in charge of eld.

son Richard afsd. and son-in-law

John Jacobs and his wife.To daus.,

viz., Mary, Eliza:, and Ann, personalty

To wife (unnamed), dower rights.

Test: Wm. Burgess, Wm. Cocks. 4. 311

1 Mar 1674; Deed of Gift; from Richard

Cheney, the Elder of South River,

Anne Arundel Co., planter, and wife;

to beloved son-in-law John Jacobs,

of South River, Anne Arundel Co.,

planter, and my daughter Anne, his

wife; 100 acres of Cheney's

Resolution on the southside of

South River containing 400 acres;

/s/ Richd Cleney (mark); re-recorded

at request of John Jacobs

(AALR H1.47) 29 Feb 1712/3; Deed

of Gift from John Jacob of Anne Arundel

Co., and Ann his wife, to sons

Joseph Jacob and Benjamin Jacob;

Richard Cheeney, planter of Anne

Arundel Co., on 1 Oct 1704 sold to

John Jacob land called Jacob Hope

in Prince George's Co., being part of

Cheeney's Adventure on the west side

of the Patuxent, bounded by the river;

John Jacob (mark & seal),

Ann Jacob (mark & seal)

(PGLR 1.261)Per Holly Parks,

hollyfp@earthlink.net: "In 1681 John

Jacob married Anne, the twenty-year

old daughter of Richard Cheney, a

neigboring planter of South River. The

baptism of Anne was evidently

neglected, for in the early records of

All Hallow's Parish appears the following:

"Anne the wife of John Jacob Sr. was

baptized July 6, 1720".

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