10, 17, 1805. Thomas Parker, son of John and Hannah, and Jane Jones, daughter of Paul and Phebe of Lower Merion, at Lower Merion Meeting House. Wit: John and Hannah Paarker; Paul, Phebe, Lloyd, Silas and Enoch Jones. Paul Jones of Lower Merion, son of Paul and Phebe, dec'd. - and Lydia P. Roberts, dau. of David Pratt of Marple and Lydia, both dec'd; at the house of Paul Jones. Wit: William D., Francis L., Mary P., Davis and Justus Jones; William W. and Emily I. Roberts. (Marriage recorded at Merion). Loyd (b. 8, 30, 1765); Sarah (b. 9, 2, 1767); Enoch (b. 10, 3, 1769); Rees (b. 1, 14 , 1772); Susanna (b. 3, 11, 1774); Paul (b. 6, 26, 1776); Phebe (b. 10, 7, 1778); Ellin (b. 11, 30, 1780); Jane ( b. 8, 25, 1784). Ellin Jones, died 12 Mo. 28, 1848. Born 11 Mo. 30, 1780. Buried in Grave No. , Row e, the Paul Jones Row. Name and dates copied from the tombstone. Ellin Jones was the daughter of Paul Jones and Phebe Roberts, his wife (married 1764). Paul Jones was the son of Gerrard and Sarah (Lloyd) Jones, and was born 1737, died 1821. Phebe Roberts was the daughter of John Roberts and his second wife, Susannah, and was born 1741; died 1813. The will of Ellen Jones of Lower Merion was proved at Norristown, Jan. 6, 1849. She mentions her niece Phebe Jones, daughter of deceased brother Enoch Jones; brother and sisters of said niece. Niece Massey Hunt, daughter of "my brother Loyd Jones". Children of "my sister Sarah Smith". Rebecca Lesher and Hannah Sontag, daughters of "My brother Rees Jones by his first wife." Children of "my deceased sister Susah Davis". Children of "my brother Paul Jones". Children of "my sister Phebe Hoffman." Children of "my sister Jane Parker". Brother Paul Jones. Niece Susan J. Fry, daughter of "my brother Paul Jones." Sisters Sarah Smith, Phebe Hoffman, Jane Parker. The four daughters of "my deceased sister Susan Davis." to wit: Jane, Eliza, Susan and Anne Davis. Executor, Nephew, Norris J. Hoffman. Signed December 19, 1848. Witnesses, John Levering, Paul Jones. 10, 17, 1805. Thomas Parker, son of John and Hannah, and Janes Jones, daughter of Paul and Phebe of Lower Merion, at Lower Merion Meeting House. Witnesses, John and Hannah Parker; Paul, Phebe, Lloyd, Silas and Enoch Jones. . 1870 US Census for Phila., 10-WD 28-Dis Roll 1395, Pg. 249: Jane Jones, 86, Female, White, at home of Son-in-law, George Copelans. Her death recorded by Phila Monthly Meeting, Northern District-see Hinshaw Abstract by Selby Publishing. WCDL obit 4-3-1873: "In Philadelphia, at the residence of her son-in-law, George Copeland, Jane Parker, widow of the late Thomas Parker, in the 89th year of her age."
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