|Birth: ||Jul. 10, 1801|
|Death: ||Mar. 11, 1889|
Daniel listed his occupation as a Laborer in the 1850 and 1860 census. He farmed the Hogsett farm for twenty years, then moved to the William Carson farm.
Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Henry Elliot Shepherd, author, Uniontown, PA, S.B. Nelson, ed, 1900, pp. 981-982:
Daniel Jobe was a native of Fayette county, Pa., born in 1801, and died in 1889 and Jane (McCulloch) Jobe was born in 1800, and died in 1879. The paternal grandparents were Samuel and Eleanor (Low) Jobe, who had three sons and three daughters, of whom two sons and one daughter went west, and Daniel and two sisters, Catherine and Nancy, remained in Fayette county. Daniel Jobe aided in building the National Road across the mountains, and he and his wife, who was a native of Fayette county, were both members of the Cumberland Presbyterian church. Nine children were born to Daniel and Jane Jobe: Samuel, who moved west when a young man, James, a resident of Uniontown, was a member of the Sixth Regiment, West Virginia Cavalry, to which he was transferred from the Third West Virginia Infantry, entering the service in 1864 and remaining until 1866; Elizabeth, deceased, married William Foster, and resided in Franklin township, Fayette county, until her death; Nancy, deceased, was the wife of David Stewart, and resided in Luzerne township; Jane, wife of Benjamin Mackey, of North Union township; Eleanor, singe, and resides in Uniontown; Thomas R., the subject of this sketch; Daniel, a resident of Uniontown, served in Company H, First Virginia Cavalry, until the close of hostilities; and William, who died when eleven years of age.
Samuel Jobes (1760 - 1813)
Eleanor Lowe Jobes (1780 - 1825)
Jane McCullough Jobes (1799 - 1879)
Thomas R. Jobes (1837 - 1917)*
William Jobes (1842 - 1853)*
Laurel Hill Presbyterian Cemetery
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Record added: Mar 10, 2010
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