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From: Michael O RECK <>
Subject: Descendants of William JAYNE II
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 21:56:15 -0400



Descendants of William JAYNE II


Generation No. 1

1. William3 JAYNE II (William2 de Jeanne, Henry1) was born
03-June-1678 in Long Island, N.Y., and died 08-October-1756 in Blooming
Grove, Orange Co., N.Y.. He married Elizabeth WOODHULL 10-December-1710
in Setauket, L.I.. She was born Abt. 1680 in Long Island, N.Y., and died
Abt. 1742 in Blooming Grove, N.Y..

Notes for William JAYNE II:
William Jayne II (son of William 1) was born June 3, 1678, Long Island;
d. October 8, 1756 at Blooming Grove, Orange County, New York. He married
December 10, 1710 at Setauket, L.I., Elizabeth Woodhull, b. 1680, Long
Island, and d. 1742 at Blooming Grove, New York. The names of Elizabeth
Woodhull's parents are not known. William Jayne, II lived on Long Island
until sometime after 1726 when he sold his homeplace on Long Island to
his brother, Matthias Jayne, and removed to Florida, Orange County, New
York. "Nordecia Lester of Hemstead, L. I. in Queens County, Merchant, and
Augustus Oldfield of -the same place, sell to William Jayne Jr. of
Brookhaven, a tract of land at a place called Florida in the Patent of
Wawayanda in Orange County, 150 acres, being part of.

William Jayne II (son of William I) was born June 3, 1678, Long
Island; d. October 8, 1756 at Blooming Grove, Orange County, New
York. He married December 10, 1710 at Setauket, L.I., Elizabeth
Woodhull, b. 1680, Long Island, and d. 1742 at Blooming Grove, New
York. The names of Elizabeth Woodhull's parents are not known.
William Jayne 11 lived on Long Island until sometime after 1726 when
he sold his homeplace on Long Island to his brother, Matthias Jayne,
and
removed to Florida, Orange County, New York. "Nordecia Lester of
Hemstead, L. 1. in Queens County, Merchant, and Augustus Oldfield of
-
the same place, sell to William Jayne Jr. of Brookhaven, a tract of
land
at a place called Florida in the Patent of Wawayanda in Orange
County,
150 acres, being part of 300 acres laid out to Christian Suldinois,
deceased-price 92 pounds, 10 S-
Sept. 3, 1735." (From the Independent Republic (newspaper). William
11
succeeded his-father, William 1, as trustee of Brookhaven in 1709 and
served until 1726 or later. In 1719, William Jayne 11 resigned his
seat in
the Presbyterian meeting house, along with others, as a protest
measure.
William Jayne II and Elizabeth Woodhull had nine children probably
all
born on Long Island:

(1) William Jayne 111, b. April 12, 1712, d. Jan. 2, 1798.

(2) Samuel Jayne, b. Dec. 13, 1713; in. Elizabeth Hulse.

(3) Isaac Jayne, b. Nov. 23, 1715; in. Mary Jones.

(4) Anna Jayne b. 1717; in. Captain John Wisner.

(5) Elizabeth Jayne, b. 1719; in. Major George Thompson.

(6)Mary Jayne, b. 172 1: d. Nov. 26, 1742 at the age of 21 years, 8
months, unm.: buried in the Presbyterian church cemetery,
Setauket, L. 1. (Inscription copied by Leroy Smith.)

(7) Abigail Jayne (dau. of William 11), in. Zachariah Hawkins.

(8)Tabitha Jayne, b. 1725; in. Aug. 22, 1783, Benjamin Jones,
brother of Mary Jones, wife of Isaac Jayne.

(9)Joseph Jayne. b. April 17, 1730; d. Aug. 13, 1795; in. Abigail
Gerard, b. 1734; d. 1797, Smithtown, Long Island.

Source: Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties,
Vol. II, by Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, 1977.



Children of William JAYNE and Elizabeth WOODHULL are:
2i.William4 JAYNE III, born 12-April-1712 in Long Island; died
02-January-1798 in Monroe County, Pa.. He married Tabitha NORTON
03-September-1735; born 1713; died 1808.

Notes for William JAYNE III:
William Jayne III (son of William 11), b. April 12, 1712 on Long
Island; d. Jan. 2, 1798, Monroe County, Pa.; in. Sept. 3, 1735,
Tabitha
Norton, b. 1713; d. 1808. William III signed the Loyalty Pledge 1777,
and had five sons in the Revolutionary War. He removed to
Pennsylvania and settled in Monroe County. In the History of Wayne,
Pike and Monroe Counties, Pennsylvania by Matthews, page 1106, we
find:
"It is not possible to determine with certainty who was the first
settler in
Middle Smithfield (Pa.) though among the earliest were William and
Isaac Jayne, two brothers, who made the township their residence
after
having taken up several large tracts of land." William Jayne III and
T
abitha Norton had nine children:

I . William Jayne IV, b. 1736.

2. Anna Jayne b. 1737.

3. Betsy Jayne, b. 1739.

4.Timothy Jayne, b. 1741; Captain in Rev. War.

5.Tabitha Jayne, b. 1743.

6. Isaac Jayne, b. 1746.

7. John Jayne, b. 1749. He was Captain in the Rev. War.

8. David Jayne, b. 1752.

9. Ebenezer Jayne, b. about 1754-5, who was Baptist minister.

Source: Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties,
Vol. II, by Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, 1977.

3ii.Samuel JAYNE, born 13-December-1713.
4iii.Isaac JAYNE, born 23-November-1715 in Setauket, L.I., N.Y.; died
Unknown. He married Mary JONES.

Notes for Isaac JAYNE:
Isaac Jayne (son of William II and Elizabeth Woodhull) was born Nov. 23,
1715 at Setauket, L.I. The date of his death is not known. He married
Mary Jones, sister of Benjamin Jones, but the names of their parents are
not known. The evidence indicates that Isaac Jayne was living in Orange
County, New York until after the close of the Revolutionary War. After
the War Isaac Jayne moved with his brother, William III to Pennsylvania
and settled in Monroe County. Some of his children moved to Virginia.

According to the best available information Isaac and Mary Jayne had
five sons and three daughters. The names of the daughters are not
known. The sons:

I .Benjamin Jayne (date of birth unknown). He served in Captain
Phenihas Rumsey's Company, 1776.

2. Stephen Jayne. This is probably the "Stephen Jayne" who appears
in the Virginia and North Carolina records.

3. Zopher Jayne. There is no proof that Zopher was the son of Isaac,
but since he came to Virginia and no other parents have been found
for him he is placed as a son of Isaac.

4. Henry Jayne, b. February 13, 1754.

5. Jotharn Jayne, youngest son of Isaac, born 1758. He married
Desire Youngs. (Authorities: B.G. Jayne and Leroy Smith.)

Archives of the State of New York, Page 289 (Orange County) Vol. VX.

Belonging to Capt. Rumsey's Company
1776

Benj. Jayn
Stephen Jayn
Zopher Jayn

Refugees of 17 76 from L. 1. to Conn.
Signers in Brookhaven -June 8, 1775: Jotham Jayne



Source: Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties,
Vol. II, by Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales,
1977.

5iv.Anna JAYNE, born Abt. 1717.
6v.Elizabeth JAYNE, born Abt. 1719.
7vi.Mary JAYNE, born Abt. 1721.
8vii.Abigail JAYNE, born Abt. 1723.
9viii.Tabitha JAYNE, born Abt. 1725.
10ix.Joseph JAYNE, born 17-April-1730.


....Michael Reck



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