Job Whitall

M, #1133, d. 19 May 1722
Last Edited: 5 Nov 2014

Parents:

Father: James Whitall d. bt 22 Jul 1714 - 7 Aug 1714
Mother: Hannah (?) d. bt 5 Dec 1731 - 29 Nov 1732

Family:

Jane Siddon

Children:

James Whitall+ 2 b. 4 Nov 1717, d. 29 Sep 1808
Hannah Whitall b. 9 Nov 1720

Notes

  • Name Variation: Job Whiteall
  • Note: Job Whiteall resided on the Red Bank plantation which he inherited from his father. Job in turn, bequeathed it to his son James.3
  • Note*: James Whiteall's will states "only son Job". (See abstract under his name.)
  • Note: A Hannah Whiteall and a Job Whiteall were among the witnesses of the 1714 marriage in Sommerset Co., East Jersey, of James Lord and Elizabeth Clark daughter of Benjamin & Anne Clark. It is presumed that they were Hannah wife of James Whitall and her son Job, both of Red Bank.4
  • Note: "1722 May 15. Whiteall, Job, of Gloucester Co.; will of. Wife Jane. Children - James, Hannah, and expected child. Real and personal estate. Executors - the wife and brother-in-law John Wood. Witnesses - William Winton, William Powell, Sarah Snowden. Proved October 15, 1722." Inventory 1722 May 28, £103.18.6, includes a servant boy.5

Citations

  1. [S434] Society of Friends, Haddonfield Monthly Meeting, N.J. , filmed at Dept of Friends Records, 302 Arch St, Phila. FHL microfilm 20,463. Original records., Job Whiteall / Jane Siddon marr. cert., III Marriage Certificates 1681-1741, p. 55.
  2. [S434] Society of Friends, Haddonfield Monthly Meeting, N.J. , filmed at Dept of Friends Records, 302 Arch St, Phila. FHL microfilm 20,463. Original records., children of Job & Jane Whiteall, I Record of Births & Deaths 1690-1820, p. 9.
  3. [S237] John M. Whitall, the story of his life; written for the grandchildren; by his daughter, H. W. S. by Hannah Whitall Smith. publ. Philadelphia, printed for the family, 1879. (Available on books.google.com).
  4. [S427] Society of Friends, Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington Co., N.J. Filmed at Swarthmore. FHL microfilm 20,385. Note: Item 4, Marriages 1684-1847 appears to be a transcription. The original certificates in FHL 16,513 are a subset of those in 20,385., p. 35.
  5. [S101] Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. aka New Jersey Archives., 23:507.