Jane Ford1

#9311, (29 January 1736 - 22 November 1794)
Relationship4th great-grandmother of William David Lewis
Father*Col. Jacob Ford2,3 (1704 - 1777)
Mother*Hannah Baldwin2 (1701 - 1777)

Family

Capt. Moses Tuttle b. 1732, d. 1819
Children 1. Mary Tuttle+1 (1757 - 1840)
 2.Hannah F Tuttle4 (1759 - 1849)
 3.Ziba Tuttle13 (1761 - 1764)
 4.Simeon Tuttle4 (c 1764 - )
 5.Jane Tuttle14 (1766 - 1831)
 6.Moses Tuttle Jr.15 (1769 - 1769)
Her married name was Tuttle.1 
"Moses was a justice of the Peace and a land and mine owner. He removed in 1756 to Mt. Pleasant, thirteen miles west of Rockaway, N. J., and managed his father-in-law's iron works. He fled to Kentucky for two years "to escape his too willing debtors," when the New Jersey legislature made worthless bills of credit legal tender. Both Moses and his wife are buried in the Presbyterian churchyard, Rockaway."4 
Birth*29 January 1736She was born on 29 January 1736.5,6 
Marriage*15 December 1756She married Capt. Moses Tuttle, son of Joseph Tuttle and Abigail Ogden, on 15 December 1756 at Morristown, New Jersey; poss. 5 Dec 1756.1,5,7 
15 January 1777In Col. Jacob Ford's will dated 15 January 1777 at New Jersey, Jane Ford was named as an heir, as Jane Tuttle, one-sixth part.8 
circa 1781She and Capt. Moses Tuttle removed to Jefferson Co., KentuckyG, circa 1781.9,10 
Death*22 November 1794She died on 22 November 1794 at New JerseyG at age 58.4,11 
Burial*circa 25 November 1794She was buried circa 25 November 1794 at Presbyterian Church, Rockaway, Morris Co., New JerseyG.12 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis (#1)
Ancestors of William D. Lewis (#2)

Citations

  1. [S880] Dr. Cornelius N. Hoagland, History and Genealogy of the Hoagland Family in America (New York: privately published, 1891), images online Ancestry.com, pp. 86 and fn 88, citing grave markers in the Presbyterian churchyard in Rockaway, NJ; marker for Jane given as "d. Nov Ae 38". Hereinafter cited as Hoagland Family.
  2. [S882] J. Percy Crayon, Rockaway Records of Morris County, N. J., Families (Rockaway, N.J.: Rockaway Publishing Co., 1902), Reprinted 1982 by the Historical Society of Boonton Township, Inc., pp. 89-90.
  3. [S881] James H. Neighbour, "Rockaway Township," History of Morris County New Jersey, (New York: W. W. Munsell & Co., 1882), p. 337: "Moses Tuttle was among the earlier settlers at Mt. Pleasant. He came there in 1760 to manage the forge property of his father-in-law, Colonel Jacob Ford sen.", pp. 331-388. Hereinafter cited as "History of Morris County."
  4. [S918] Mrs. Elizabeth (Coss) Stewart, "Descendants of Andrew Ford of Weymouth, Mass.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 119, 120 (1965, 1966): 181.
  5. [S1080] Frederic Ellsworth Kip and Margarita Lansing Hawley, History of the Kip Family in America (Boston: Hudson Printing Co., 1928), 319, family group.
  6. [S520] VWH, by age of husband and birth of dau. Mary.
  7. [S1082] George Frederick Tuttle, The Descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle (Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle & Company, 1883), 321–322, Moses Tuttle entry, ID no. 6326; has marr. 5 Dec 1756.
  8. [S1075] A. van Doren Honeyman, William Whitehead and others, editors, Documents Relating to the Colonial and Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey (Newark, NJ: Archives of the State of New Jersey, 1880–1949), XXIII:184. "1777, Jan. 15. Ford, Jacob, of Morristown, Morris Co., merchant; will of. Wife, Hannah Ford, £1,000. To the heirs of my son, Jacob, deceased, persuant to the directions of his will, dated July 1st, last, my house and land where I live, except what is given to the sons of my eldest son, John, deceased, which land was conveyed to iny son Jacob, by deed March 24, 1762. To my grandsons, the children of my son, John, that is to say, to Mahlon, Chillion, David and Nathan, the lots as directed in his will. To the 5 children of my son, Jacob, Timothy, Gabriel, Elizabeth, Jacob and Phebe, 1/6 part of the residue, and to the 4 sons of my deceased son, John, 1/6 part. Daughter, Phebe Phillips, 1/6 part; daughter, Sarah Tuthill, 1/6 part; daughter, Mary Dunham, 1/6 part, and daughter, Jane Tuttle, 1/6 part. Executors — sons-in-law, Azariah Dunham, Samuel Tuthill and Moses Tuttle. Witnesses — Abraham Ogden, Joseph Lindsey, James Lesley. Proved Nov. 12, 1777. Lib. 19, p. 406.". Hereinafter cited as Documents Relating to the History of the New Jersey.
  9. [S1097] Willard Rouse Jilson, compiler, Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds (n.p.: Standard Printing Company, 1926), 300, Jefferson entries for Moses Tuttle (no. of acres, book-page, date, watercourse, notes):
    1000, A-190, 15 Mar 1781, Ky. R.
    2000, A-208, 5 May 1781, Harrods Cr.
    3000, A-208, 5 May 1781, Harrods Cr.
    400, A-208, 5 May 1781, Rowling Fk.
    400, A-224, 13 Dec 1782, Meatpen Cr., withdrawn.
    900, A-225, 13 Dec 1782, Meatpen Cr., withdrawn.
    1100, A-314, 10 Dec 1783, Hardens Cr., withdrawn.
    900, A-318, 17 Dec 1783, —, withdrawn.
    400, A-318, 17 Dec 1783, Meatpen Cr.
    600, A-333, 20 Jan 1784, Hardens Cr.
    6,000, A-340, 18 Feb 1784, Hardens Cr.
    600, A-340, 18 Feb 1784, Hardens Cr., withdrawn.
    1300, A-39, 17 Dec 1783, Green R.
  10. [S1098] Rev. Joseph F. Tuttle, "The Early History of Morris County, New Jersey", Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society Vol. II (1870): 25, "About the time of his marriage, in 1756, he removed to Mount Pleasant, three miles west of Rockaway, for the purpose of managing his father-in-law’s iron works. Mr. Tuttle as the thrifty manager of a large forge property and real estate, once found himself to be a creditor to a considerable amount when the State Legislature made its worthless bills of credit a legal tender. This act of course reversed the course of nature, so that the strange sight was to be seen of debtors chasing down their creditors. Mr. Tuttle left the country as if he were a criminal ?eeing justice, and spent two years in the wilderness State of Kentucky to escape his too willing debtors! He has left many descendants who are among our most estimable people."
  11. [S880] Dr. Cornelius N. Hoagland, Hoagland Family, pp. 86 and fn 88, citing grave markers in the Presbyterian churchyard in Rockaway, NJ; marker for Jane given as "d. Nov Ae 38"; if she was b. ca. 1735 her death would have been ca. 1773.
  12. [S882] J. Percy Crayon, Rockaway Records of Morris County, N. J., Families, 17.
  13. [S1082] George Frederick Tuttle, Descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, 21–22; not named in "Descendants of Andrew Ford" which says "3. Simeon, bapt. 14 June 1764 (as #3, The Tuttle Genealogy gives Ziba, b. 6 Sept. 1761; d. 3 May 1764)."
  14. [S880] Dr. Cornelius N. Hoagland, Hoagland Family, pp. 86 and fn 88, citing grave markers in the Presbyterian churchyard in Rockaway, NJ; marker for dau. Jane "Jane De Camp, widow of Joseph De Camp, daughter of Moses Tuttle, d. Aug 13, 1831, Ae. 64 y. 10 m., 22 d."
  15. [S918] Mrs. Elizabeth (Coss) Stewart, "Descendants of Andrew Ford", 181, but alo see Tuttle.