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IMMIGRANT Thomas Vernon[1]

Male 1644 - 1779  (135 years)


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  • Name Thomas Vernon 
    Title IMMIGRANT 
    Born 1644  Stanthorne, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Gender Male 
    Died 1779  Chester, Delaware County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I22906  My Reynolds Line
    Last Modified 31 Jan 2021 

    Family Elizabeth Maxwell,   b. 1648, Warrington, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Mar 1714, Nether Providence Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 66 years) 
    Married 13 May 1669  Warrington, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
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    Children 
    +1. Elizabeth Anne Vernon,   b. 1671, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Mar 1730, East Nottingham, Chester Co., Pennsylvania Colony Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 59 years)
    Last Modified 31 Jan 2021 
    Family ID F8616  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Thomas Vernon b. 1644 in England(Cheshire) and Elizabeth Maxwell Vernon. Married Andrew Jobe b. 1650 in Kent, England and died 1722 and buried in Maryland. Married in Chester Co, Pa on Sept 6, 1692. Thomas Vernon b. 1644 in England(Cheshire) and Elizabeth Maxwell Vernon. Married Andrew Jobe b. 1650 in Kent, England and died 1722 and buried in Maryland.Married in Chester Co, Pa on Sept 6, 1692. Andrew Jobe married Elizabeth Vernon(B.about 1669 in England.)Sept 6,1692 in Pa. Children:Joshua, Jacob, Thomas, Enoch, Abraham, Caleb, Patience, Benjamin, Mary, Hannah. Andrew was a Quaker and believed to be buried in Maryland, Cecil Co), at the Brick Meeting House for Quakers. Andrew was a tavern owner, surveyor, carpenter, member of assembly and constable. [. b. 1671 m. Aug. 7 1692 Chester Co..per Randy Jobe]


  • Sources 
    1. [S127] Geni, https://www.geni.com/people/Thomas-Vernon/6000000001137127552?through=6000000006266052691.
      Thomas Vernon
      Gender: Male
      Birth: 1644
      Stanthorne, Cheshire, England
      Death: December 25, 1698 (53-54)
      Chester, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, British Colonial America
      Immediate Family:

      Son of James Vernon and Hester Vernon
      Husband of Elizabeth Vernon
      Father of Mary Worley; Thomas Vernon, II; Elizabeth Ann Job; Archibald Job; J. Daniel Job and Nathaniel Jobe
      Brother of Randall Vernon; Robert Vernon; Richard Vernon; William Vernon and Lewton Vernon

    2. [S100] Internet Source, http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~ajobebrown/genealogy/jobe/album/rec_a_thomas.html.
      Son of Andrew Job Jr and Elizabeth Vernon, Thomas was born 1695 Chester Co., PA - died 1779 Cecil Co., MD. He married Elizabeth Maxwell 1725 Chester Co., PA.
      Thomas's Birth Record (22nd day of the 9th month 1695)
      -- as shown on the Quaker records of the Chester Monthly Meeting

      No. 164-1/2, Petition of Thomas Job for Tavern License for the Blue Ball Tavern, November, 1736
      --Transcribed by Eleanor Orthun from LDS Films 567051 index and 567053 petitions
      Andrew Job
      Andrew Job Jr & Elizabeth Vernon Album - INDEX (27 images) - Freida Wells
      - Documents, Pictures, Memorials

      Andrew Job, Jr. - A Special Salute to Our Immigrant Ancestor - very detailed with pictures!

      1780 Township Map of Chester Co., PA - locate places where Andrew Jr. lived!
      Quaker Birth Dates - Three Major Sources for Births of Andrew's Children!
      Nottingham Lots Drawn - Andrew Jr gets Lots #32 and #35
      Job's Hope and Land of Uz - Nottingham, Cecil Co., Maryland Originally Part of the Nottingham Lots
      Brick Meeting House and Cemetery
      ----Photographs taken by Various Cousins as they visit

      LDS film 568060 - Brick Meeting House and Andrew 'The Hermit" Job"
      --- transcribed by Eleanor Orthun

      Bi-Centennial of The Brick Meeting House (1701-1901)- Calvert, Cecil Co., Maryland
      ----Wickersham Publishing Company, 1902, Lancaster, PA
      ------Thanks to Randy Jobe for sharing this with us

      Andrew Job, Jr. Quaker Records Pennsylvania
      --Quaker Records (images from books) from 3 monthly meeting houses (courtesy of Freida Wells)
      New Garden Monthly, Concord Monthly, Philadelphia Monthly Meeting

    3. [S127] Geni, https://www.geni.com/people/Elizabeth-Vernon/6000000000078723666?through=6000000006266052691.
      Elizabeth Vernon (Maxwell) MP
      Gender: Female
      Birth: 1648
      Warrington, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
      Death: March 24, 1714 (65-66)
      Nether Providence Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Colonial America
      d/o James Maxwell and Elizabeth Defoe
      Wife of Thomas Vernon
      Mother of Mary Worley; Thomas Vernon, II; Elizabeth Ann Job; Archibald Job; J. Daniel Job; and Nathaniel Vernon less
      Sister of Elizabeth Job

    4. [S82] Wikitree, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Maxwell-1679.

      Elizabeth Vernon formerly Maxwell
      Born about 1630 in Warrington, Lance, Englandmap
      Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
      [sibling(s) unknown]
      Wife of Thomas Vernon ? married 13 May 1669 in Warrington, Lancashire, England
      Descendants descendants
      Mother of Elizabeth Ann (Vernon) Job, Thomas Vernon Jr. and Mary (Vernon) Worley
      Died about 24 Mar 1714 in West Nottingham, Cecil, Maryland