Thomas Hackney1

M, #1647, d. 9 August 1758
  • Marriage*: circa September 1714; "Thomas Hackney and Rebecca Wilkins or Wilkinson, 6th mo., 1714"; Principal:Rebecca Wilkins1
  • Death*: 9 August 1758; Burlington Co., New Jersey; buried Friends Grave Yard at Chester Meeting2
Last Edited: 9 Dec 2013

Family:

Rebecca Wilkins d. b 1757
  • Marriage*: circa September 1714; "Thomas Hackney and Rebecca Wilkins or Wilkinson, 6th mo., 1714"; Principal:Rebecca Wilkins1

Children:

Thomas Hackney8 d. c 1780
Elizabeth Hackney8 d. 1762
Joseph Hackney8
Rebecca Hackney+ 8 b. 7 Jun 1717, d. 16 Apr 1760

Notes

  • Note*: Burlington Monthly Meeting: "Thomas Hackney, requests a certificate to proceed in marriage in Newton Monthly Meeting, 2nd da, 6th mo, 1714."3
  • Note: Will: "1757, Dec. 16. Hackney, Thomas, of Chester Township, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of. Children - Thomas, Elizabeth, Joseph and Rebecca (wife of George Matlack). Real and personal estate. Executors - the two sons. Witnesses - Samuel Atkinson, Jr., Anne Atkinson, Samuel Atkinson. Proved August 25, 1758. Burl. Wills, 6867 C.
    "1758, Aug. 21. Inventory, £280.7...
    "1761, June 29. Account by the Executors."4
  • Note: Thomas Hackney may or may not have been the son of William Hackney and his wife Sarah. Meldrum & Matlack make that assertion.5,6,7

Citations

  1. [S147] Frank H. Stewart, 'Records of Newton and Haddonfield Monthly Meetings', The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey. series vol 3 (1929) to vol 5., 3(Jul 1927):24; declarations of intention.
  2. [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.], Chester MM Burials, p. 234.
  3. [S108] Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey. by Charlotte D. Meldrum. publ. Heritage Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2007. 3 vols: Vol. 1: Burlington & Mt Holly Monthly Meetings; Vol. 2: Chesterfield, Evesham & Little Egg Harbor Monthly Meetings; Vol. 3: many sources., 1:69.
  4. [S101] Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. aka New Jersey Archives., 32:136.
  5. [S111] Early Church Records of Gloucester County, New Jersey. by Charlotte D. Meldrum & John Pitts Launey. publ. Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002., p. 74.
  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.], p. 169.
  7. [S101] Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. aka New Jersey Archives., 23:199.
  8. [S101] Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. aka New Jersey Archives., 32:136, will of Thomas Hackney.