Mary Hancock1

F, #1582, d. 20 January 1728/29
  • Birth*: England
  • Marriage*: 7 March 1681/82; Principal:William Matlack1
  • Death*: 20 January 1728/29; "The records of the Chester Monthly Meeting of Moorestown, New Jersey, tell us that 'Mary, wife of William Matlack, deceased 20th of 11 month 1728/9'."2,3
Last Edited: 5 Jul 2014

Family:

William Matlack b. 1647, d. 1736

Children:

Notes

  • Immigration*: 1681; New Jersey
  • Note*: Timothy and sister Mary Hancock arrived 1681 on board the "Paradice" Capt. Evele from Brayles in Warwickshire England, married William Matlack the year after her arrival, age 16, Mary died 11-20-1728, interred Friends Burying Ground, Moorestown.4
  • Note: "The Paradice came in late 1680...the date of the marriage...was...March 7 1881/2"5

Citations

  1. [S27] Asa Matlack Stackhouse, 'Genealogical Notes of the Matlack Family with special reference to the descendents of Reuben & Elizabeth Matlack', (aka 'The Matlack Family'), written in 1895? .FHL 526,993, item 2.
  2. [S238] 'John P Dornan Collection', section on Matlack family, descendents of William. FHL microfilm 851,690., main doc., p. 4.
  3. [S510] "William Matlack's Bible" by Albert L. Stokes in Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey Vol. 41 (May 1966), p. 68-69.
  4. [S27] Asa Matlack Stackhouse, 'Genealogical Notes of the Matlack Family with special reference to the descendents of Reuben & Elizabeth Matlack', (aka 'The Matlack Family'), written in 1895? .FHL 526,993, item 2., p. 7.
  5. [S238] 'John P Dornan Collection', section on Matlack family, descendents of William. FHL microfilm 851,690., main doc., p. 2.
  6. [S28] Asa Matlack, 'Miscellaneous Notes Collected by Asa Matlack', transcribed by Asa Matlack Stackhouse. FHL 441,459, Item 2. [Notes: Asa Matlack lived 1783-1851. Manuscript includes in part: Old Coles Church register of deaths, p. 12-72; St Mary's Church burials, p. 73-119; Book 1 - William Matlack descendants; Book 8 - William Matlack descendants; Book 9 - Various families, including Whitall.], Book 1, p. 471, and Book 8, p. 773.