Cleek, Dunmore, Gum, Hill, Stephenson, Suit Family - Person Sheet
Cleek, Dunmore, Gum, Hill, Stephenson, Suit Family - Person Sheet
Memo1776? bet 1765-1775?
Census1810, Bath County, VA101293
Census1820, Bath County, VA101294
Census1830, Western District, Alleghany County, VA101300
Census1840, Alleghany County, VA101299
Census1850, Alleghany County, VA101298
Memo1st District
Will Filed1851, Alleghany County, VA101303
MemoWill dated
Death1851, Alleghany County, VA101304,101305,101306
Burial1851
Will Filed1852, Alleghany County, VA101307
MemoInventory
Will Filed1853, Alleghany County, VA101308
MemoSettlement
Will Filed1862, Alleghany County, VA101309
MemoAppraisal
FatherRichard Mays (ca1742-)
Misc. Notes
DAR Supporting Documentation, Sworn Testimony to Lewis T. Mann, Justice of the Peace for Jacob Hoover’s Pension101285 (Same as Pg 62492
State of Virginia, Alleghany County, To wit:
On this 9th day of December 1850, personally appeared before me Lewis T. Mann a Justice of the peace in and for the County of Alleghany in the state of Virginia, duly commissioned and qualified to administer oaths, Jane Hoover (widow of Jacob Hoover, late a Pensioner of the United States) a resident of the said County, aged seventy-two years, who being duly sworn according to law, do the on her oath make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the provisioning made by the act of Congrefs, pafsed 29th Jul 1828. That her deceased husband Jacob Hoover was a Private in the Army of the Revolution. That he received or drew a Pension during the latter part of his life at the rate of $96.00 per year. She further declares that she was married to the said Jacob Hoover on the 10th day of September in the year Seventeen hundred and ninety eight that she has been unable to procure any record evidence of her marriage with the said Jacob Hoover and has to rely upon the testimony of Elizabeth Steele and Archibald Armstrong, to prove her marriage. That her husband, the aforesaid Jacob Hoover, died on the 30th day of May 1844. That she was not married to him prior to his leaving the service but the marriage took place previous to the second day of January eighteen hundred, viz?, at the time above stated. She further swears that she is now a widow and has continued the widow of the said Jacob Hoover ever since his death, as before stated and that she has never before made any application for a Pension. Jane Hoover (her mark).
Sworn & subscribed on this day & year above mentioned ... Lewis T. Mann

Staunton Spectator, 8 May 1866, Image 2 (Staunton, VA)101205
VA: At rules held in the Clerk’s office of the Circuit Court of Bath county, on Monday, the 2d day of Apr 1866:
James Cleek and Isabella, his wife; Hastin Hammer and Drucilla, his wife; Samuel Gross and Polly, his wife; James Rucker and Nancy his wife; Madison Hoover, Jane Freeman, and Phebe Shoemaker, children and heirs of Jane Hoover, dec’d .... Plaintiffs.
against
Thomas Sitlington in his own right, and as administrator de boons non, C.T.A., of Richard Mayse, the elder, dec’d, Adam Surber, Chas Stewart and Edward Stewart, administrators de boons non, C.T.A., of Wm Douglas, dec’d, who was the surviving executor of Richard Mayse, the elder, dec’d, the legal representatives of Richard Mayse, the younger, dec’d, the legal representatives of Polly Step, dec’d, Defendants.
The object of this suit is to have a settlement, and distribution made of the estate of Richard Mayse, the elder, dec’d, amongst the heirs and legal representatives of the said Richard Mayse, the elder, dec’d.
The defendants, the unknown heirs and legal representatives of Richard Mayse, the younger, dec’d, the unknown heirs and legal representatives of Agnes Scott, dec’d, and the unknown heirs and legal representatives of Polly Step, deceased, not having entered their appearance and it appearing by affidavit filed in this cause, that they are not inhabitants of this Commonwealth; on motion of the plaintiff, it is ordered that the said defendants do appear here within one month after due publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect their interests.
A copy --- test. Apr 24 --4ts(?) C. R. McDannald, Clerk

Staunton Spectator, 18 Feb 1868, Image 3 (Staunton, VA)101310
Legal Notices. Commissioner’s Notice. In pursuance of a decretal order of the Circuit Court of Bath county, rendered on the 18th day of Oct 1867, in a cause therein pending, on the chancery side thereof, in which James Cleek, et als., are Plaintiffs, and Thomas Sitlington, Adam Surber, et als., are Defendants, notice is hereby given the parties interested, that I shall proceed at my office, at Bath Court-house, on Friday, the 28th day of Feb 1868, to execute said order:
1st, To take, state and settle the accounts, showing the amount due to the parties respectively entitled, under the will of Richard Mayse, deceased, to the proceeds of the land alleged to have been sold by the Executors of said Richard Mayse, deceased, as set forth in the bill.
2nd. For how much, if anything, the said land is still bound on account of unpaid purchase money in favor of the legatees of said Mayse, and to each other by reason of the transactions alleged in the bill.
3rd. The successive liabilities of the other parties to this suit to the legatees of said Mayse, and to each other by reason of the transactions alleged in the bill.
4th. An account showing the indebtedness, if any, of the estate of Wm Douglas, deceased, to the estate of said Richard Mayse, deceased, or the contrary.
5th. An account showing how Thomas Sitlington, the purchaser of the land, in the proceedings mentioned, hath paid, if at all, in whole, or in part, the purchase money due from him, and to whom.
I also wish to ascertain and report to Court when Phebe Minick departed this life, and when -- Minick, deceased, and how much, if any, of the interest on 1/3 of $1,500, the purchase money of the land sold remained unpaid at the death of Phebe Minick. The parties interested are requested to attend.
Feb 4 -- 4t C. R. McDannald, Commissioner in Chancery
Research
1850VAAllegh7of68 1stDist Fam45 (enumerated with Jane Hoover 74)2100 (Relationship?)
Nancy Stonestreet 18 F, b: VA (listed elsewhere in Reunion as wife of Jacob Cleek s/o James Hickman Cleek)
William Stonestreet 1 M, b: VA (not listed elsewhere in Reunion)

US & Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index 1500s-1900s835 (Ancestor?)
William Mays b: abt 1753; Arrival: 1775 Philadelphia, PA age 22; Source: 1219.7 Coldham, Peter Wilson. The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1751-1776. A comprehensive listing compiled from English public records of those who took ship to the Americas for political, religious, and economic reasons; of those who were deported for vagrancy, roguery, or non-conformity and of those who were sold to labour in the new colonies. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, 1993. 349p. Pg 255
William Mays b: abt 1753; Arrival: 1775 Philadelphia PA age 22; Source: 1220.25 Coldham, Peter Wilson, Emigrants from England to the American Colonies 1773-1776. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc., 1988. 182p. Pg 9
William Mays b: abt 1753; Arrival: 1775 Philadelphia PA age 22; Source: 2128 Fothergill, Gerald. Emigrants from England 1773-1776. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1913. 206p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1965. Repr. 1987. Pg 139
William Mays b: abt 1753; Arrival: 1775 Philadelphia PA age 22; Source: 9151 Tepper, Michael, editor. Passengers to America: A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, 1977. 554p. Reprinted with new introduction and indexes 1978. Repr. 1980. Pg 362

Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Application Files2492 (Witness: Thomas Mays related?)
VA Case: Covington 20 Nov 1850; To the Commissioner of Pensions: Mr. D. D. Addison of the City of Washington is hereby authorized and empowered to act as my attorney in establishing my Claim to a Pension. Should he desire to refer to my papers on file in your office, under the act of 29 Jul1848, you will confer a favor on me by permitting him to do so. The amount which may be found due, I wish payable to myself, by the US Pension Agent at Richmond VA. /s/ Jane (her mark) Hoover (seal); Witness: Lewis T. Mann, Thomas Mays
Spouses
Memobet 1740-1750; 1747? abt 1750? bet 1750-60? Germany?
Tax List21 May 1794, Bath County, VA101262
Memo2nd District, 1 Titheable, 4 Horses
Tax List1795, Bath County, VA101263
Memo1 Titheable, 4 Horses
Tax List1796, Bath County, VA101264
Memo1 Titheable, 3 Horses
Tax List2 May 1797, Bath County, VA101265
Memo1 Titheable, 3 Horses
Tax List1798, Bath County, VA101266
Memo1 Titheable, 4 Horses
Tax List7 Aug 1799, Bath County, VA101267
Memo1 Titheable, 3 Horses
Tax List21 Apr 1800, Bath County, VA101268
Memo1 Titheable, 5 Horses
Tax List20 Apr 1801, Bath County, VA101269
Memo1 Titheable, 4 Horses
Census1810, Bath County, VA101250
Census1820, Bath County, VA101241,101242
Memosame page as Peter Cleek, his daughter, Isabella’s future father-in-law
Census1830, Western District, Alleghany County, VA101258
Census1840, Alleghany County, VA101257
Census1841, Alleghany County, VA101270
MemoRevolutionary War Pension Census, age 93 yrs
Death30 May 1844, Alleghany County, VA101271,101272,101273,101274,101275,101276,101248,101277,101278,101279,101280
Memo1845?
Military
Vol 2 Pg 1354 101_0233 Hoover, Jacob b: 1750 PA d: 5/30/1844 VA Marr1: Jane Mayse, Pvt PA8652

Part II VA Militia Pensioners1629
Pg 147 Section No. 180 Hull, Peter. - Captain, 1779 and as such commanded a troop of cavalry in Yorktown campaign.
Pg 148 Muster roll of his company Second Battalion Augusta militia, 1779. Taken from the list written by Lt Seybert, and given in Morton’s History of Highland County (VA).
Peter Hull, Captain
Nicholas Seybert, First Lt
Henry Fisher, Second Lt
Jacob Hoover, Ensign
Part IV VA Militia Pensioners 1835
Pg 245 Jacob Hoover, Pendleton Co, WV, 83
Michael Hoover, Pendleton Co, WV, 81

VA Pension, The Pension Roll of 183518758
Vol 3 Pg 673 Bath County, VA; Jacob Hoover, Rank: Private; Annual Allowance: $96; Sums Received $1051.00; Service: PA Line; Placed on Pension Roll: 4 Feb 1819; Commencement of Pension: 12 May 1818; Age: 83; Dropped under act 1 May 1820, Rest’d commencing 17 Jan 1825
Vol 3 Pg 821 Pendleton County, VA; Jacob Hoover, Rank: Private; Annual Allowance: $20; Sums Received $60; Service: VA Militia; Placed on Pension Roll: 10 Jan 1834; Commencement of Pension 4 Mar 1831; Age 83

1820 Pension List: VA 20 Jan 1820101281
The VA 1820 Pension List is a report of the names of the Revolutionary Pensioners which have been placed on the roll of VA, under the law of the 18th of March 1818, from the passage thereof to this day, inclusive, with the Rank they held, and the lines in which they served, viz
Name, Rank, Line
Hoover, Jacob; private; PA

VA - Western District, 1840 Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services35089
Allegany County: Jacob Hoove (sic), Age 93, Head of family with whom residing: Jacob Hoover (b: ca 1747)

Index of the Rolls of Honor (Ancestor’s Index) in the Lineage Books of the National Society of the DAR Vol III26461 (Him?)
Hoover, Jacob: Vol 98, pg 193; Vol 106, pg 256; Vol 108, pg 112

Jacob Hoover Revolutionary war pension application file, 1818-1938, Archival material: This accession includes the pension application of Jacob Hoover (d: 30 May 1844), his wife Jane (living 1851), a schedule of Hoover’s property (1921) and a response to a letter of enquiry concerning the application (1938). The applicant was a PA soldier who moved to Bath County and later Alleghany County, VA; OCLC Number 122654039; 16 leaves, Personal papers collection: 29256; is located at the Library of VA, Richmond, VA per Worldcat.org 17 Apr 2011 (see below9040)

Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-19009040
Jacob Hoover, Pension Year: 1819; Application State: VA; Applicant Designation: Widow’s Pension Application File; Second Applicant Pension Year: 1837; Second Application State: VA; Archive Publication No: M804; Archive Roll No.: 1323; Total Pages in Packet: 47
Pg 415 PA, Hoover or Huber, Jacob, S 5, 543, carded
Pg 416 PA, Hoover, Jacob or Over, Jane, W 7805
Pg 418 VA, Jacob Hoover of Bath Co VA, Private in Col Bular regiment of PA for 5 years; Inscribed on the roll of VA at the rate of $8 per month, to commence on 12 May 1818. Certificate of Pension issued 4 Feb 1819 and sent to Hon Mr. McCoy. Arrears to 4 Sep 1818. $30.22. Semi-anl all’ce ending 4 Mar 1819 $48 for total $78.22
Pg 419: 764 VA Richmond; Jane Hoover widow of Jacob Hoover, PA, who served in the Revolutionary War as a Private; Inscribed on the Roll at the rate of $96 is per annum, to commence on 4 Mar 1848. Certificate of Pension issued 5 Apr 1831 and sent to D. D. Addison. Recorded on Roll of Pensioners under act 29 Jul 1848, pg 124 Vol A. Date of Death not on a B.
Pg 420 Jacob Hoover - not on roll - Admitted - Hon. W. McCoy, H. of Rep
Pg 421 Bath Co VA Court 12 May 1818: Jacob Hoover - swears that he entered into service under Capt Baker in 1776 & attached to the 4th PA Regiment commanded by Col Richard Bulon? and was discharged by General Anthony Wayne 18 Jan 1781.
Pg 422 Alleghany Co VA Justice of the Peace 9 Dec 1850: Oath by Jane Hoover, widow of Jacob Hoover, age 72, to obtain benefit of Jacob a Private in the Army of the Revolution. She declared that she was married to Jacob 10 Sep 1798. Jacob d: 30 May 1844. Lewis T. Mann, Justice of the Peace
Pg 423 Lewis T. Mann certification that Jane Hoover gave the oath & certification by Andrew Judge, Clerk of the Court of Alleghany certifies that Lewis T. Mann is a magistrate of the court.
Pg 424 Alleghany Co VA Court 19 Jan 1824: Jacob Hoover of Alleghany Co, age 73, said he enlisted for 3 years in PA, in Capt Baker Company in the 4th Regiment commanded by Col Richard Butler in the PA continental line. He served until 18 Jan 1781 where he was discharged. Discharge appears in the court of Trenton, NJ. His name appears on the Pension List and dropped therefore on account of his property.
Pg 425 (con’t) He as not sold or disposed of his property. Schedule of Jacob Hoover’s property: 250 ac of very poor, broken land, one old horse and 3 small hogs. He is a farmer. He has a wife and 6 children: Phebe age 20 yrs (silly & incapable of supporting herself); Jane age 19 yrs; Nancy age 16 yrs; Madison age 13 yrs; Polly age 11 yrs; Washington age 6 yrs and Drusilly Ann age 3 yrs.
Pg 426 (con’t) Property sold: 2 horses to Jane Hoover Spring 1821 for $30; 4 head of cows to Fleming Keyser, Summer of 1822 for $24; 1 cow to Jacob Grafs, Oct of 1822, in account of $9; 2 cows died of poverty; total $63. He states during service as a soldier he was in Battle of Brandywine, the Battle of Jerman Town and the Battle of Monmouth, in which engagements he was wounded in the heel and in the head though not mortally wounded. He resided for a considerable number of years in the County of Bath, but at the division of the County he was thrown into the County of Alleghany and is now a permanent resident.
Pg 427 (con’t) Oliver Callaghan, Clerk of the Court of Alleghany /s/
Pg 428 Bath Co VA Court 13 Feb 1821 Jacob Hoover of Bath Co VA aged 60-70 yrs, deposeth that he enlisted in the Revolution under Capt Baker in 1776 & was attached to the 4th PA Regiment under Col Richard Butler & discharged by Gen Anthony Wayne 18 Jan 1781 as appears by his discharge... his family consists of 7 daughters
Pg 429 (con’t) and 2 sons, the eldest dau 21 yrs and eldest son about 4 yrs. The number of his pension certificate is 6296. Property consists of 400 ac of mountain land, 3 head of horses, 6 head of cattle, 11 head of sheep, 2 Bios? ?, Farming utensils. Charles L. Francisco, Clerk of Court certifies oath.
Pg 430 Letter 1938 to Mrs. M W Daubenspeck, Avalon PA: Ref: Jacob Hoover W 7806? Confirmed enlistment, battles, pension, residence, death (as stated above). In addition it stated soldier married 10 Sep 1798 or 1799 Jane Mays, ... married at the home of Robert Armstrong on Jackson River, Bath Co Va by Rev Benjamin Grigsby, a traveling preacher. Jane widow was allowed pension executed 9 Dec 1850 while residing in Alleghany Co VA age 72 yrs.
Pg 431 (con’t) Jane Hoover widow of Jacob Hoover; Certificate No. 764, Issue 5 Apr 1851; Rate: $96 per annum; Commenced 4 Mar 1848; Act of 29 Jul 1848; VA (Richmond) Agency. /s/ A. D. Keller, Executive Assistant to the Administrator.
Pg 432 Non Selected Records
Pg 455 Monroe Co VA Court 29 Nov 1850 Archibald Armstrong s/o Robert Armstrong, deposeth that he was personally present at the marriage of Jacob Hoover & Jane May at the home of his father Robert Armstrong on Jacksons River in Bath Co VA 1798 or 1799
Pg 457 Monroe Co VA Court 29 Nov 1850 Elizabeth Steel deposeth that she was present and saw Jacob Hoover (late) & Jane Mays married by Benjamin Grigsby at the home of Robert Armstrong, her father in 1798 or 1799.
Pg 460 Letter from Mrs. M W Daubenspeck, Avalon PA: In PA Archives, 3rd Ser? Vol 23 on pg 548 Pennsylvanians residing in VA: Jacob Hoover, private, Pension List 4 Feb 1819 age 83. Susannah Ackuberger married Henry Hoover - son of Jacob.

Revolutionary War Pension Census 184119843
Pg 133 Allegany Co, VA, Allegany, Jacob Hoover, age 93 yrs, Names of Heads of families with whom pensioners resided 1 Jun 1840: Jacob Hoover

Revolutionary War Rolls 1775-17838385
Jacob Hoover, Private, Roll Box 130, Roll State: Continental Troops

Jacob Hoover, Service: PA; Rank: Private101282

Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Applications101283 (Him?)
Veteran’s Name: Jacob Hoover
State: PA
Branch of Service: PA
Pension No: S 5,543
Additional Names: Jacob Huber
Film No.: 971323
NARA Pub No.: M804
Digital DGS No.: 4159566
Image No.: 00420
Footnote Unique ID: 23392281

Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Applications101283 (Him?)
Veteran’s Name: Jacob Hoover
Pensioner’s Name:
State: PA
Branch of Service: PA
Pension No: S 5,543
Additional Names: Jacob Hoover
Film No.: 971354
NARA Pub No.: M804
Digital DGS No.: 4159600
Image No.: 00484
Footnote Unique ID: 24305212

Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Applications101283 (Him?)
Veteran’s Name: Jacob Hoover
Pensioner’s Name: Jane Hoover
State: PA
Pension No: W 7805
Additional Names: Jacob Over
Film No.: 971323
NARA Pub No.: M804
Digital DGS No.: 4159566
Image No.: 00421
Footnote Unique ID: 23392283

Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Applications101283 (Him?)
Veteran’s Name: Jacob Hoover
Pensioner’s Name: Jane Hoover
State: PA
Pension No: W 7805
Additional Names: Charles L. Francisco, Chs L Francisco, Jacob N Hoover
Film No.: 971323
NARA Pub No.: M804
Digital DGS No.: 4159566
Image No.: 00434
Footnote Unique ID: 23392295

Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Applications101283 (Not Him, see below)
Veteran’s Name: Jacob Hoover
State: VA
Branch of Service: VA
Pension No: S. 10842
Additional Names:
Film No.: 971323
NARA Pub No.: M804
Digital DGS No.: 4159566
Image No.: 00468
Footnote Unique ID: 23392541

Rev War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Application Files2492
Pg 1: PA: Hoover, Jacob or Over, Jane, No. W 7805
Pg 2: 6396 VA, Jacob Hoover of Bath Co VA was a Private in regiment commanded by Col Bular of the PA line for the term of 5 yrs. Inscribed on the Roll of VA at the rate of $8/month, to commence 12 May 1818. Certificate of Pension issued 4 Feb 1819 and sent to Hon wm McCoy /s/ H. Reprs? Arrears to 4 Sep 1818 $30.22, Semi-anl all’ce ending 4 Mar 1819 $48. Total $78.22. Dead Settled to Hon. J. S. Pennybaster? F. Penn.
Pg 5: At a court held for Bath County 12 May 1818: Jacob Hoover came into court …he enlisted into the service of the US under Capt Baker in the year 1776 and was attached to the 4th PA Regiment commanded by Col Richard Bular (Butler) and was discharged by Gen Anthony Wayne on 18 Jan 1781 as appears by his discharge produced in court. … Charles L. Francisco, Clerk of the Court … certify foregoing order is a true copy from the record….
Pg 6: State of VA, Allegheny Co: 9 Dec 1850 personally appeared before me Lewis Mann, Justice of the Peace in & fore the County of Allegheny VA duly commissioned and qualified to administer oaths, Jane Hoover (widow of Jacob Hoover, late a Pensioner of the US) a resident of the said county aged 72 yrs, …. She was Marr to said Jacob Hoover on 16 Sep 1798 that she has been unable to procure any record evidence of her marriage with the said Jacob Hoover and has to rely upon the testimony of Elizabeth Steele & Archibald Armstrong, to prove her marriage. That her husband, the aforesaid Jacob Hoover died 30 May 1844. That she was not married to him prior to his leaving the service but the marriage took place previous to the second day of Jan 18 vz, at the time above stated. She further swears that she is now a widow and has continued the widow of the said Jacob hoover ever since his death, as before stated and that she has never before made any application for a Pension. /s/ Jane (her mark) Hoover. Sworn & subscribed on the day & year above mentioned before me. Lewis T. Mann, J. Peace
Pg 8: VA At a Court held for the County of Allegheny, Monday 19 Jan 1824, personally appeared in open court (being a record duly authorized by the Act of the general assembly, passed on 5 Jan 1822) Jacob Hoover, a resident of the said County aged 73 years, who, being first duly sworn according to Law, doth on his oath make the following Declaration … That he, the said Jacob Hoover enlisted for the term of 3 yrs, on blank day blank year in the State of PA, in the Company commanded by Capt Baker, in the 4th Regiment commanded by Col Richard Butler, in the line of the State of PA on the Continental Establishment; That he continued to serve in the said Corps until 18 Jan 1781 when he was discharged from the aid service (as appears by his discharge now before the court in Trenton NJ. That his name has been placed on the Pension List and dropped therefrom on account of his property. And, in pursuance of the Act of 1 May 1820. I do solemnly swear, that I was a resident citizen of the US, on 18
Pg 9: Mar 1818 and that I have not since that time by gift, sale, or in any other manner, disposed of my property or any part thereof, with intent thereby so to diminish it as to being myself within the provisions of an act of Congress entitled “an Act to provide for certain persons engaged in the Land and Naval Service of the US, in the Revolutionary War passed on 18 Mar 1818 and that I have not, nor has any person in trust for me, any property, or securities, contracts or debts, due to me, nor have I any income other than what is contained in the schedule hereto annexed an by me subscribed. Schedule of Jacob Hoover’s property, to wit: 250 ac of very poor, broken, land, one old horse and three small hogs /s/ Jacob (his mark) Hoover. The Said Jacob Hoover, is by profession, a farmer; but snow unable, by reason of age and infirmary, to make a living by said occupation. That he has a wife and six children whose names and ages are as follows: Phebe, age 20 yrs; Jane age 19 yrs; Nancy, age 16 yrs; Madison, age 13 yrs; Polly, age 11 yr; Washington, age 6 yrs; and Drusilly Ann age 3 yrs. That all of them live with him. Phoebe the eldest is silly and incapable of supporting herself. the other children may be adjudged of
Pg 10: according to their respective ages vz. …. The said Jacob Hoover further states an oath that during his servitude as a solider, he was in the Battle of Brandy Wine, the Battle of Jerman Town and the Battle of Monmouth, in which engagement he was wounded in the heel and in the head, though not mortally wounded. That he has resided for a considerable number of years in the County of Bath, he was thrown into the County of Alleghany, and is now a permanent resident in said County of Alleghany. Sworn to and declared 19 Jan 1824 before William H. Haynes, John Persinger, Jesse Davis and Peter Pence, Gentlemen Justices now present. I, Oliver Callaghan, Clerk of the County Court.
Pg 11: Court of Allegheny, do hereby certify, that it appears to the satisfaction of the Court that the said Jacob Hoover, did serve in the Revolutionary War, as stated in the proceeding declaration …. 23 Jan 1824 /s/ Oliver Callaghan, Clerk of the Court of Allegheny County
Pg 12: At a Court for Bath Co 10 Feb 1821: Personally appeared in open court … Jacob Hoover Sr a resident of said County, aged between sixty and seventy years who being duly sworn … enlisted into the service of the US during the Revolutionary War under Capt Baker in the year 1776 and was attached to the 4th PA Regiment commanded by Col Richard Butler and was discharged by General Anthony Wayne 18 Jan 1781 as appears by his discharge, that he was in the Battle of Germantown, Brandywine, Monmouth …. his family consists of seven daughters & two sons … the number of his pension certificate is 6296…
Pg 21: VA Alleghany County 17 Jan 1825 personally appeared in Open court … Jacob Hoover aged abt 74 yrs … 400 ac of land mentioned in his first schedule, … That the said Hoover obtained 150 ac of the said 400 ac by entry & survey
Pg 22: on a Treasury Warrant pursuant to the Laws of VA … adjacent to his original Tract of 250 ac

Rev War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Application Files2492 (Not Him!)
Pg 1: VA, Hoover, Jacob, S 10842, Carded
Pg 2: VA 23,373 Jacob Hoover of Mathews VA who was a Private in the Company commanded by Capt Nall in the VA Mil. for 6 months, Pendleton County. Inscribed on the Roll of VA at the rate of $20 per annum to commence 4 Mar 1831. Certificate of Pension found 10 Jan 1834 Hon J. M . H. Beale - H.R.. Arrears to 4 Sep 1833 $50, Semi-anl allowance ending 4 Mar 1834 $10, Total $60 Recorded by Nath Rice, Clerk, Book E Vol G4 Pg 17
Pg 3: VA Pendleton Co S.S. 6 Nov 1833 personally appeared before me William McCoy Jr, a Justice of the Peace in & for the County aforesaid, Jacob Hoover, a resident of the county & state aforesaid aged 82 yrs, … make declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed 7 Jun 1832 that he entered the service of the US under the following named officer, and served as is herein stated. On or about 5 Sep 1779 as near as I can now recollect, I being at that time a resident of the County of Rockingham VA was drafted and served a to of three months as a private, in the Company of Capt Robert Davis of the VA Militia, I was marked from the county of Rockingham aforesaid to the West Fork of the Monongahela and their stationed in Lowder’s Fort, where I continued to serve until the expiration of my three months term of service when I was discharged by Capt Davis. Afterwards or or about 10 May 1780 I was again drafted to serve a second tour of three months against the British in the Eastern part of VA in a company of VA Militia of the County of Rockingham aforesaid under the command of Cap Noll. … a brother of mine, Lawrence Hoover having been killed by them a short time previously. I was sent back to my commanding officer Col Smith, with instructions to serve out my three months term of service in the neighborhood where I resided, in watching the movements and guarding against the Tory’s which service I faithfully performed, under the immediate orders of Capt John McCoy and Robert Davis of the Militia of Rockingham County VA. I thus
Pg 4: served fully six months during the War of the Revolution as a private in the VA Militia. I am now old infirm and poor, need the assistance of my country and believe myself justly entitled to the benefit of the Act of Congress of 7 Jun 1832… /s/ Jacob (his mark) Hoover. Burton Blizzard and Thomas Hoover residing in Pendleton County VA hereby certify that we are well acquainted with Jacob Hoover who has sworn … and believe him to be 82 yrs of age ….

Hoover - Rev War:101284 Jacob or as Jacob Oven, wf Jane, PA line, applied 1818, Bath Co, VA on 19 Jan 1824 soldier had moved to Alleghany Co, VA. In 1824 he stated that he was 73 with a wife & 6 children, Phebe 20, Jane , Nancy 18, Madison 13, Polly 11, Washington 6, Drusilly Ann 3, soldier died in 30 May 1844. Soldier had married Jane Mays, 10 Sep 1798 or 9 at the home of Robert Armstrong on the Jackson River.

Jacob Hoover, Ancestor # A057842101282,101248
Service: PA; Rank: Private;
Spouse: Jane Mayse/Mays
Nat’l # 582698, Add Vol. 529; Child: Isabel Hoover, Spouse: James H. Cleek
Supporting documentation101285
b: 1750 Prob PA
d: 30 May 1844 Alleghany VA
Applicant: Claire Eugenia Williams Hubbard, Chapter: Sacremento 7-105-CA (1978)
NARA Card W7805 Jacob & Jane Hoover, Bath Co, VA; Private under Col Baker of the PA line for five years
Inscribed Roll of VA at rate of $8/mo, commence 12 May 1818; Certif of Pension 4 Feb 1819, widow part to Hon? W?
p.9of18 Doc #6648489: At a court house for Bath county on the 12th day of May 1818.
Jacob Hoover came into court and being duly sworn deposeth and saith tht he inducted into the service of the United States under Captain Baker in the year 1776 and was attached to the 4th Pennsylvania Regiment commanded by Col. Richard Butler? and was discharged by General Anthony Wayne on the 18th day of January 1781 as appears by his discharge produced in court. This also appears to the court that the said Jacob Hoover is in indigent circumstances and is entitled to the ? of his country.
Commonwealth of Virginia
Bath County to ?
I, Charles L. Francisco, Clerk of the court within and for said county do hereby certify that the foregoing order is a true copy ? the record.
In testimony where of I have hereunto let my hand and office the seal of the county aforesaid this 4th day of July 1818 and 48? year of the commonwealth. Chs L. Francisco
I, John Brown, presiding Justice of the People in and for Bath County, do certify that Charles P. Francisco whose name is signed to the above certificate is the clerk of said county of Bath and that said certificate is in due form of law -given under my hand this (unreadable - assume date) /s/ John Brown

DAR Supporting Documentation, Jacob Hoover Application for Pension101285 (Same as Pg 9-102492)
Pg 11 of 18 Alleghany Co VA Court 19 Jan 1824 ... Jacob Hoover, age 73 yrs of said County ... that he the Said Jacob Hoover enlisted for the term of three years, on the __ day of ___ in the year ___ in the state of PA, in the Company commanded by Capt Baker in the 4th Regiment commanded by Col Richard Butler in the line of the state of PA on the Continental establishment; that he continued to serve in the said Corps until the 18th day of Jan 1781, where he was discharged from the said service as appears by his discharge now before the Court in Trentown (sic) in the state of New Jersey. The his name has been placed on the Pension List and dropped there from on account of his property. ... 18th
Pg 12 of 18 Day of March 1818 and that I have not, since that time by gift, sales, nor in any other manner disposed of my property or any part thereof with intent thereby so to diminish it as to being myself within the provision of an act of Congrefs, entitled “an Act to provide for certain persons engaged in the Land and Naval Service of the United States, in the Revolutionary War” passed on the 18th day of March 1818, and that I have not nor has any person in Trust for me, any property, or securities, contracts or Debts, due to me nor have I any income other than what is contained in the schedule hereto annexed and by me subscribed.
Schedule of Jacob Hoover’s property to wit - 250 acres of very poor, broken land, one old ? and three small hogs.
Signed Jacob Hoover (his mark)
The said Jacob Hoover is, by profefsion, a Farming but is now unable, by reason of age and infirmity, to make a living by said occupation. That he has a wife and six children whose names and ages are as follows: Phobe, age 20 years; Jane, age 19 years, Nancy, age 16 years, Madison, age 13 years; Polly, age 11 years, Washington, age 6 years and Drusilly age 2 years. That (too light to read) Phebe, the Eldest (too light to read) supporting herself. (too light to read).
That since the exhibition? of my first schedule, the following changes have been made in my property:
Property Sold to whom Sold Time of Sale Money received
2 Horses Jane Hoover Spring of 1821 price $30
4 head of cows Fleming Keyser Summer of 1822 Price of $24?
1 Cow Jacob Grafs Oct of 1822 in accounts $9
2 Cows died from posenty? $63.
The said Jacob Hoover further states an oath that during his servitude as a solider, he was in the Battle of Brandy Wine, the Battle of Jerman Town and the Battle of Monmouth, in which engagement he was wounded in the heel and in the head, though not mortally wounded. That he has resided for a considerable number of years in the County of Bath, he was thrown into the County of Alleghany, and is now a permanent resident in said County of Alleghany.
Sworn to, and declared on the 19th day of January 1824, before William H. Barnes, John Persinger, Jefse Davis and Peter Pence, Gentlemen Justices now present.
I. Oliver Callaghan, Clerk of the County Court

PA Archives101286
Series 3 Vol VII 8th Battalion Pg 866 Return of the Male Whites between the ages of 18 and 53 years residing in the district of the second company of the 8th Battalion of Lancaster County Militia Commanded by Col’o John Rogers (c)
Capt,Patrick Hay; Lieutenant Samuel Weir; Ensign John Ebersole; Non Commissd Officers: Thomas Espy, James Johnston, David McDonnald
Series 3 Vol VII 8th Battalion Pg 867 (con’t) 2nd Class: Henry Hoover, 3rd Class: John Hoover
Series 3 Vol VII 8th Battalion Pg 868 (con’t) 6th Class: Jacob Hoover, James Sayers, Wm Hunter, and others; Eight Class: Martin Hoover, Benjamin Sayer, Wm Sayer (orphan), and others
Series 5 Vol VII 6th Battalion Pg 617 Muster Roll of All the male white inhabitants of Marticks Township Lancaster County being the seventh company of the sixth battalion commanded by Col. Jas. Taylor (c)
Capt John Patton, Lieut Petter (sic) Simpson, Ensign: David McDermant, Privates: 1st Class: Philip May,
Series 5 Vol VII 6th Battalion Pg 618 1st Class (con’t): Jacob Hoover; 3rd Class: Jacob Hoover, Ulrich Hoover; 4th Class: Jacob Hoover
Series 5 Vol VII 6th Battalion Pg 619 5th Class: Jacob Hoover, 6th Class: Henry Hoover, Ulrich Hoover, 7th Class: John Callaehan (sic)
Series 6 Vol I Muster Roll Pg 887 (c) Northampton Township Bucks County 26 Sep 1781. This is to Certify that Rich Leadom Tavernkeeper hath Furnished 126 men with Dinner and the same number with Brackfast (sic). Belonging to Capt John Lowry & Capt Jacob Peterman both of the 6th Battalion of Phila County Militia on their March to Newtown. To Col. Wlm. Coats, Lieut P. C. /s/ Jno Lowry, Capt; Jacob Peterman, Capt; The State of PA (c). To Jacob Auld, …. Dr. 1781. To Services as Adjutant in 6th Battalion Philadea. County Militia - 5 days @ 7/6 1.17.6. Sir please pay the Berar Jacob Auld for the above Service. To*abel morgan Esqr. Sub. Lieu. Yours Robert Curry, Coll. Officers of Battalion. Memorandum of Commissions Issued. (a); Sixth battalion, Col. Autis; Jacob Hoover, Ensign, Capt Brooks’ company

Archive Grid - Revolutionary war pension application file 1818-1938101287
Jacob Hoover, Library of VA, 16 leaves. This accession includes the pension application file of Jacob Hoover d: 30 May 1844) his wife Jane (living 1851), a schedule of Hoover’s property (1821) and a response to a letter of enquiry concerning the application (938). The applicant was a PA soldier who moved to Bath County and later Allegheny County, VA. Jacob Hoover Revolutionary War pension application file, 1818-1938, Accession 29256, Personal papers collection, VA State Library and Archives, Richmond, VA. Microfilm is available at VA State Library and Archives. Photocopies. Originals in National Archives and Records Administration Washington, DC. Revolutionary war soldier, Bath and Allegheny counties, VA.

US Revolutionary War Payment Ledgers 1818-187270425
Image381of593 1 Vol A: Pg 388: Virginia: Hoover, Jacob, Rank: Private; Monthly Allowance 8; Allowance for 1-2 Yr: 48; Commencement 12 May 1818;
1818 Mar (blank); Sep 19: $2; 1819 Mar: $2; Sep: $1; 1820 Mar: $1; Sep (blank); 1821-1824 (blank); 1825 17 Jan; Sep: $1; 1826 Mar: $1; Sep: $1; 1827 Mar: $1; Sep: $1; 1828 Mar: $1; Sep: $1; 1829 Mar: $1; Sep: $1; 1830 Mar: $1; Sep: $1; 1831 Mar: $1; Sep: $1; 1832 Mar: $2; Sep: $4

Partial List of Early Settlers Revolutionary Soldiers & Graves of Augusta County Soldiers located to date33384
Image47of84 Capt Peter Hull’s Co 1781, Capt Peter Hull 1779 commander of troop of Cavalry at Yorktown Campaign:
Ens Jacob Hoover

Pg 495 Military Services: Jacob Hoover’s Declaration, May 12, 1818 and Feb 13, 182121495
Pg 500 Military Services: Jacob Hoover's Declaration, Jul 1823: Enlisted in PA under Capt Baker in the Fourth Regiment of Col Richard Butler

Final Payment Voucher9163 (Him?)
Hoover, Jacob; Agency Payment: Richmond VA; Date of Act: 1832; Date of Payment: 2nd Qtr 1835
Hoover, Jacob, Agency Payment: Richmond VA; Date of Act: 1818; Date of Payment: 1st Qr 1846; Date of Death: 30 May 1845

Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Application Files2492 (Him?)
Pg 43 PA Archives 3rd Series Vol 23 on Pg 548 Pennsylvanians residing in Virginia, Jacob Hoover, private. Pension List 4 Feb 1819 age 83 (request for info from Mrs. M. W. Danbenspeck)
Pg 44 Reply: W 7805 Jacob Hoover or Over
Dates of Enlistment or Appointment: 1776
Length of Service: 18 Jan 1781
Rank: Pvt
Officers under whom service was Rendered: Captain Becker or Bicker; Col Richard Butler
State: PA
Battles engaged: Germantown, Brandywine, Monmouth, wounded ion head & heel
Date of Application for Pension: 12 May 1818 His claim was allowed
Residence at date of application: Bath Co VA
Age at date of application: between 60 & 70 yrs in 1821, d: 30 May 1844
Remarks: Soldier Married in Bath Co VA 10 Sep 1789 or 1799 Jane Mays & she was allowed pension on an ap. Ex. 9 Dec 1850 while a residence of Alleghany Co VA age 72 yrs. In 1821 Soldier refers to 7 daus and 2 sons - no names. Children in 1824: Phebe age 20 yrs; Jane 19 yrs; Nancy 16 yrs; Madison 13 yrs; Polly 11 yrs; Washington 6 yrs and Drusilly Ann 3 yrs only names given
Research
Pg 8 Will Bk 5 p.17 Settlement estate of Benjamin H. Freeman 13 Sep 18421596 (Him?)
Administrator: Jacob Hoover Jr., settled by James M. Montague
Legatees: James Lindsay, James Freeman
Pg 32 Will Bk 5 p. 174 Inventory of estate of Jacob Hoover 18 Dec 1845 (His Father?)
Administrator: James Freeman
Appraised by Henry Miller, Henry Grose, Crofford Jackson
Pg 32 Will Bk 5 p. 176 Sale of estate of Jacob Hoover - 19 Dec 1845
Buyers: M. McElwee, Crof Jackson, William Keyser, A. Milhollin, J. Freeman, F. Butler, J. Lindsay, widow, J. Hamner, J. Tyree, B. T. Walton, H. Stinespring, Leroy Griffin, A. Reynolds, J. Williams, H. Miller, J. Clark, Ballard Rucker, James Freeman
Pg 36 Will Bk 5 p.204 Sale of estate of Nancy Hoover 5 Dec 1846 Buyer: Jacob Hoover (Him? Relationship?)
Pg 37 Will Bk 5 p.212 Settlement estate of Benjamin H. Freeman 14 Jun 1847; Administrator: Jacob Hoover, settled by Andrew Damron (Him? His Uncle? Research Note under James Freeman also)
Pg 37 Will Bk 5 p.212 Settlement estate of Benjamin H. Freeman 14 Jun 1847; Administrator: Jacob Hoover, settled by Andrew Damron
James Freeman is the administrator of Jacob Hoover
Distributees: James Lindsay and wife, James Freeman, heirs of Thomas Freeman, heirs of Alexander Freeman, Jacob Hoover and wife (Relationships?)

Pg 10 Date: 1817 Dec 16; Decedent: Hoover, Jacob; Executor: John Hoover; Pounds: 6 ??; Bondsman: George Kline20798 (Him?)
Pg 49 Guardian Bonds Date: 1818 Jun 16 Parent: Hoover, Jacob Children of; Orphan: Hannah, Jacob, Sally, Christian; Guardian: Joseph Baxter; Bond: 50; Bondsman: Robert Gray

1820 Census Greenbrier County, VA12974 (Him? Greenbrier Co VA vs Bath Co VA?)
Pg 19 Jacob Hoover 3M <10, 1M 26-45, 2F <10, 1F 16-26
Pg 19 Jacob Hoover Big 1M <10, 1M 26-45, 1F 16-26
1830 Census Greenbrier Co VA
Pg 66 Jacob Hoover 1M 10-15, 1M 40-50, No Females
Pg 66 Jacob Hoover Gent 3M <5, 1M 5-10, 1M 10-15, 1M 40-50, 1F 30-40
1840 Census Greenbrier County VA
Pg 121 (So. Greenbrier) Jacob Hoover 2M 20-30, 1M 50-60, 3F 15-20, 1F 20-30
1850 Census Greenbrier County VA
Pg 326 #1270 Samuel Hoover 34 M, Tinner
Edna H. Hoover 22 F
Mary Hoover 2 F
James J. Hoover 4 mo M
Jacob Hoover 64 M, Tinner
Patty Hoover 37 F
Margaret Hoover 23 F
Oliver Hoover 27 M, Tinner

Pendleton County VA Marriage Records:101288 Sebastian Hoover & Mary Jones, 11/12/1812, by Otho Wade, minister

Pg 41 Will Book 3,21597 (perhaps Peter Hoover Jacob’s father or brother? Sebastian Hoover - father or brother?)
pg 1-4: 2 Dec 1807. Appraisal of Peter Huver(sic). No total. Signed: Henry Hull, John Fisher, Nicholas Havnor.
pg 5-9: 10 Dec 1807, Sale of Peter Hoover. Purchasers: the Widow ... George Hoover, Jacob Hoover, John Hoover, Mary Hoover, Peter Hoover, Thomas Hoover, Wm Hoover, ... Henry Huver, & others
pg 15-19: 28 Sep 1807/ Appraisal of Sebastian Hoover. Purchasers: ... George Hoover, Henry Hoover, Jacob Hoover, Mary Hoover, Michael Hoover, Sebastian Hoover, Thomas Hoover, William Hoover, & others. Signed: Jacob Hoover, Thomas Hoover, admrs.
Pg 43 Will Book 3 pg 52: 26 Sep 1808. Appraisal of the balance of Peter Hoover’s estate. No total. Unsigned
pg 52: 1 Oct 1808. Sale Bill of the balance of Peter Hoover’s estate. Purchasers: Jacob Cowie, Jacob Hoover, Peter Huber Jr. No Total. Recorded: 6 Dec 1806 (sic!).
Pg 51 Will Book 3, pg 178-179: 4 Sep 1811. Settlement of the estate of Sebastian Hoover with Jacob Hoover and Thomas Hoover, administrators. Payments to Jacob Snider, John Davis, Jacob Hoover, John Cowgar, Sheriff, John Mclure, Jacob Croushorn, George Snider, Zebulon Dyer, Thomas Hoover. Balance: ₤1121.11.8. Signed: Wm McCoy, Harm Hiner.
pg 183-184: 2 Nov 1811. Settlement of the estate of Peter Hoover with Jacob Hoover, Jr., administrator. Payments to Jones, Pupp, Melure, Pendleton, Shoemaker, Swadly, Propst, Keister, Flanagan, Taylor, Sittings, Vandeventer, Dyer, J. Hoover, Johnson, Cragun (?), Hively, M Hinkle, Hopkins, Brown, MCoy(sic), Clerk, Fulks, Wm Hoover, Michel. Overpaid: ₤25.13.1 plus ₤17.1.1 for administrator’s commission. Signed: H. Hull, Jb Hull.

Pg 92 Will Book 4, pg 167-168:21597 13 Jan 1835. Jacob Hoover Sr. Son John Hoover: all personal and real estate, he to pay my debts. Daughter Catherine Eye and son-in-law Jacob Eye: tract they live on, for their lives; after their deaths, to son John. Other children have heretofore been given personal and real estate. Executors: John Hover (sic) and Zebulon Dyer. Signed: Jacob Hoover. Witnesses: Henry Hull, Peter Rexroad, Proved by witnesses, 2 Sep 1835. (Him? Son John? Dau Catherine?)

Pendleton County (W)V Deedbook32480 (His father or brother?)
Pg 13 Deedbook 1: 4 Jul 1791. Bastian(sic) Hoover to Joseph Leesa. 45 ac on a small branch of Black Thorn, a branch of the South Branch, adjoining Mark Swadley; patented 1 Mar 1773. Consideration: ₤15. VA. Signed: Sebastian (BH) Hover. Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court. 1 Aug 1791. Del: 29 May 1791 (sic). Recorded: 1:135-137.
1 Jul 1791 Sebastian Hoover to Michael Hoover. 67 ac on the South Fork of the South Branch, adjoining Peter Smith. Consideration: ₤20. VA. Signed: Sebastian (BH) Hoover. Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court. 1 Aug 1791. No delivery shown. Recorded: 1:137
1 Jul 1791 Sebastian Hoover to George Hoover. 100 ac on the South Fork, adjoining Sebastian Hoover and Adam Stroud; part of a 750 ac tract. Consideration: ₤20, VA. Signed (BH) Hoover. Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court. 1 Aug 1791. No delivery shown. Recorded: 1:138
Pg 58 Deedbook 3: 2 Oct 1798. Sebastian Hoover to Leonard Simmons Jr. 73 ac on a small west branch of the South Branch, opposite said Smith’s house (sic); part of 180 ac patented 24 May 1794. Consideration: $20. Signed: Sebastian (B) Hoover. Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court, 2 Oct 1798. No delivery shown. Recorded: 3:69-70.
Pg 181 Deedbook 5: 6 Feb 1810 George (Sr) & Martha Hoover to Jacob Hoover Sr. 4 tracts: 36 ac on the west side of Brushy Fork, adjoining Henry Whiteman’s home tract. 46 ac on Brush Fork, no adjoiners named. 146 ac on the south east branch of the South Branch, adjoining Varner. 220 ac on Brush Fork, east of his home tract. Consideration: ₤400, VA. Signed: George (+) Hoover Sr, Martha (+) Hoover, Witnesses: none. Acknowledged in court by both, 6 Feb 1810. No delivery shown. Recorded: 5:176-177.
Pg 181 Deedbook 5: 6 Feb 1810. George (Sr) & Martha Hoover to Jacob Hoover Sr. 2 tracts on waters of the South Fork: 100 ac no adjoiners named; part of a 750 ac tract & conveyed to George by Sebastian Hoover. Unspecified acreage on the west side of the South Fork, no adjoiners named. Consideration: ₤400, VA. Signed: George (+) Hoover Sr, Martha (+) Hoover. Acknowledged in court by both, 6 Feb 1810. No delivery shown. Recorded: 5:177-178.

1830 Hoover, Jacob M 40-50 Pg 190(13of36)Bot399 (Him? John Hoover on line above; brother?)

BATH CO., Guardian Bond, 1852:1602,1607 (Could Jacob Hoover be a brother or father to John Hoover)
11 May 1852 -- Will Bk. 5, pg. 461[VaStLib, microfilm 8]: Andrew H. Walton (is a son-in-law to John A. Hoover) and Alexander H. McClintic bound, $400. Andrew H. Walton to deliver estate to Alexander Hoover, orphan of Jacob Hoover, decd., when he attains to lawful age.

Pg 6813242 List of Foreigners Imported in the Ship Mary, of London, John Gray, Master, from Rotterdam. Qualified Sep 26, 1732
Johanes Hoover, Age 57 (His Ancestor? b: ca 1675)
Pg 166 A list of all the Men Passengers from Sixteen Years & Upwards on Board the Ship Friendship, Henry Beech, Commander. Qualified Sep 20, 1738
Jacob Hoover, Age 25 (His Ancestor? b: ca 1713)

Tax List Pendleton County, VA101289
Personal A_03: Jan? 9, Hover, Bastain, 2 White Male above 16, 3 Black above 16, 1 Black above 12, 20 Horses, 1 Stud, 6 Bales fm ? (His father or brother?)
Personal A_03: Jan? 9, Hover, Jacob 1 White Male above 16, 8 Horses (Him?)
Personal A_03: Jan? 10, Hover, Peter, 2 white Male above 16, 10 Horses (Brother?)
Personal A_03: Apr 9: Hover, George, 1 Male above 16, 13 Horses (Brother?)
Personal A_03: Apr 7, Hover, Lawrence, 1 Male above 16, 2 Horses (Brother?)
Personal A_03: Apr 9, Hover, Michael, 1 Male above 16, 10 Horses (Brother?)

1840VAAlleghany102 James M Hoover 1M <5, 1M 20-30, 1F <5, 1F 20-3099059 (two lines from Jacob Hoover - Relationship?)

VA Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-185026463 (Him?)
Jacob Hoover, 18 May 1772, Augusta County, VA; Property: Part of 302 acres whereon grantor now lives; corner Mathew Patton. Notes: This land record was originally published in “Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in VA, 1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County” by Lyman Chalkley. Remarks: John Duncle to son, George. Delivered to Jacob Hoover, 17 Apr 1787, for Mr. Duncle. Description: Mentioned; Book 18-234

PA Naturalizations 1740-73101290 (Him?)
Jacob Hoover, Lancaster Co

US & Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index 1500s-1900s835 (Ancestor?)
Andrew Hoover; Arrival: 1738 Philadelphia, PA; Source: 1634 Dillier, Corinne Hanna. Immigrant Ancestors of Miami Valley, OH, Quaker Families. In Miami Valley Genealogical Society: Genealogical Aids Bulletin, vol. 13:3 (Winter 1984) pp.64-67 Pg 66
Christian Hoover; Arrival: 1742 PA; Source: 6714.25 Persons Naturalized in the Province of PA, 1740-1773. Baltimore MD: Genealogical Publishing Co 1997. 139p. Pg 19
Henrick Hoover; Arrival: 1741 Philadelphia PA; Source: 6754.4 Philadelphia County (PA) Naturalizations, 1740-52. In Berks of Old (Southwest PA Genealogical Services, Laughlintown, PA) Vol 3:3 (Nov 1985) pp.19-28 Pg 22
Henrick Hoover; Arrival: 1741 Philadelphia Co, PA; Source: 6680 PA (Colony). Supreme Court. Persons Naturalized in the Province of PA 1740-73. In PA Archives, ser. 2, vol 2 (1876) pp.345-486 (and in another ed, pp. 293-415). Excerpted and reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1967. 139p. Index (pp.125-139). Pg 353
Henrick Hoover; Arrival: 1741 Philadelphia Co, PA; Source: 6714.25 Persons Naturalized in the Province of PA 1740-1773. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co 1997. 139p. Pg 8
Henrick Hoover; Arrival: 1741 PA; Source: 2564 Giuseppi, Montague Spencer, editor. Naturalizations of Foreign Protestants in the American and West Indian Colonies (Pursuant to Statute 13 George II, c.7). (Publications of the Huguenot Society ofLondon, 1921, vol. 24) Manchester (England): The Huguenot Society of London, 1921. 196p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore 1964. Repr 1979. Pg 17

Chancery Records Index1611 (Isaac Mayse related to his wife?)
Bath County, Virginia; Index # 1840-001; Original Case # 005; Plaintiff: Jacob Hoover, Etc.; Defendant: Isaac Mayse, Etc; Surnames: Hoover, Mayse, Scott, Stepp; LVA Microfilm Reel # 24; Local Reel # 003; Image # 0739

PA Tax & Exoneration 1768-1801 Lancaster Martic101291 (Him? John Related? Henry Related?)
Image3of47 1772 Hover, Jacob, 50 ac cleared, & 50 ac woodland, 2 Horses, 2 Cows, Tax 7
Hover, Jno, 50 ac cleared, & 50 ac woodland, 2 horses, 2 Cows, Tax 7
Image10of47 1773
Hoover, Jacob, hemp & saw mill, 200 ac land, $14,000 value, 5 horses, $850 Value, 8 cattle, $280 Value, 8 Sheep, $16 Value
Hoover, Jacob, 100 ac, $7500 Value, 4 Horses, $450 Value, 7 Cattle, $170 Value, 4 Sheep, $8 Value
Hoover, John, 100 ac, $8000 Value, 3 Horses, $600 Value, 6 Cattle, $160 Value, 9 Sheep, $78 Value
Hoover, John, several, 100 ac, $8000 value, 4 Horses, $700 Value, 7 Cattle, $200 Value, 8 Sheep, $16 Value
Hoover, Jacob Jr. 1 Cattle, $30 Value
Hoover, Henry, 1 Horse, $300 Value, 2 Cattle $70 Value
Hoover, John, no return, (blank)
Marriage10 Sep 1798, Jacksons River, Bath County, VA101244,101311,101246,101247,101312,101313,101249
Marr Memoat the home of Robert Armstrong by Benjamin Grigsby, a traveling preacher
ChildrenUNNAMED (ca1799-)
 Jacob (~1799-)
 UNNAMED (>1798-)
 UNNAMED (ca1800-)
 Isabella (1801-1883)
 Phebe (~1804-)
 Jane (1805-1871)
 Nancy (~1808-)
 UNNAMED (>1810-)
 Madison (~1811-)
 James M. (1812-)
 Mary Polly (1814-)
 Washington (~1818-)
 Drusilly Ann (1823-1889)
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