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MATLACK / MATLOCK: John son of Wm and Mary HANCOCK, marries Hannah HORNER and Mary LEE, there were 19 children

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John was born ca 1682 in Chester, Burlington, New Jersey, son of Wm and Mary HANCOCK MATLOCK.

In 1705 before his marriage, he purchased 200 acres of land in Waterford Twp near Haddonfield. He married Hannah HORNER, 3rd mo 20 1708 in Northampton, dtr of Isaac and Lydia HORNER.

After giving birth to 3 children, Hannah died, and in 1721, John married Mary LEE, dtr of Francis LEE (no mother) who came with her parents from England. They had 19 children, the names of ten(my source) are known, but my list has 13 (so what does it matter?). John's will was probated 14 Mar 1765. The family were Quakers.
Hannah's children
1. Isaac married Rebecca Bates
2. Jacob married Ruth Woddathall
3. John born ca 1711 in Waterford, New Jersey
Mary LEE's children
4. Keviah amrried Benjamin Heritage
5. Hannah married John Maxfield
6. Abigail married Thos Stokes
7. Bathsheba married Ezekiel Lippincott
8. Lydia married Benjamin Graysbury
9. Sarah married John Rowland, and JOseph Browning
10. Esther married Jonathan French and Vespasian Kemble
11 Benjamin married Jane Cheesman
12. Ephraim
13. Mary married Joab Hillman

No further info. This name figures lightly in my tree. I'm posting it for anyone.

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on 2012-01-14 13:54:25

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by Bawden4 on 2012-01-14 13:55:36

The Eldridge-Bawden Families: The Ancestry and Descendants of Duncan Campbell Eldridge and Stephen Bawden, Scott County, Iowa; author-compiler Alice Richardson Sloan, C.G. (dec 2011), commissioned by John Duvall Bawden (dec 1992), Bettendorf, Iowa; Anundsen Pub Co., Decorah, Iowa , 1986, 290 pps, no copyright, no ISBN, in the personal library of this writer.

Reference for the above blog on page 228 of this vinyl-bound issue
Noyes-Gilman Families by C. P. Noyes, Gillis Press, New York (no year)
Col. Timothy Matlack by Dr. A. M. Stackhouse, 1910

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