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Jacob Baccus, Sr
Birth: Mar. 2, 1791
Fayette County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Aug. 30, 1860
Collin County
Texas, USA


JACOB BACCUS

Jacob Baccus was born in 1796. He married Emily Smith in 1811. His brother Enoch Baccus was born in 1798. He married Elizabeth Brown in Greene County, Illinois, on May 29, 1823.

In 1844 Jacob and Emily Baccus and their oldest sons, Godfrey and Peter, came to Collin County. They settled on the banks of Rowlett Creek west of present-day Allen. Jacob Baccus patented 640 acres as a married man. His sons, Godfrey and Peter, patented 320 acres each as single men. Enoch Baccus came to Collin County in 1845. Another son, Benjamin Baccus, came to Collin County by 1850. They were active in the Rowlett Creek Baptist Church, which was said to be the oldest Baptist church in North Texas. Jacob Baccus died August 30, 1860, and is buried in the Rowlett Creek Cemetery. His wife Emily died May 24, 1879. Godfrey died May 24, 1907. Benjamin died February 28, 1905. They are all buried in the Baccus Cemetery in Collin County."Baccus, EARLY SETTLERS OF COLLIN COUNTY." Collin County, Texas History and Genealogy Webpage by Genealogy Friends of Plano Libraries, Inc.

Birth: Mar. 2, 1791 Pennsylvania, USA Death: Aug. 30, 1860 Texas, USA Husband of Emily Baccus. JACOB BACCUS Jacob Baccus was born in 1791. He married Emily Smith in 1811. His brother Enoch Baccus was born in 1798. He married Elizabeth Brown in Greene County, Illinois, on May 29, 1823. In 1844 Jacob and Emily Baccus and their oldest sons, Godfrey and Peter, came to Collin County. They settled on the banks of Rowlett Creek west of present-day Allen. Jacob Baccus patented 640 acres as a married man. His sons, Godfrey and Peter, patented 320 acres each as single men. Enoch Baccus came to Collin County in 1845. Another son, Benjamin Baccus, came to Collin County by 1850. They were active in the Rowlett Creek Baptist Church, which was said to be the oldest Baptist church in North Texas. Jacob Baccus died August 30, 1860, and is buried in the Rowlett Creek Cemetery. His wife Emily died May 24, 1879. Godfrey died May 24, 1907. Benjamin died February 28, 1905. They are all buried in the Baccus Cemetery in Collin County."Baccus, EARLY SETTLERS OF COLLIN COUNTY." Collin County, Texas History and Genealogy Webpage by Genealogy Friends of Plano Libraries, Inc. Family links: Parents: Peter Baccus (1769 - 1839) Barbara Hoover Baccus (1770 - 1844) Spouse: Emily Smith Baccus (1792 - 1879)* Children: Godfrey S. Baccus (1812 - 1907)* Benjamin G Baccus (1822 - 1905)* Barbara Ann Baccus Springer (1827 - 1903)* Jacob Baccus (1832 - 1873)* *Calculated relationship Inscription: Age 65 Burial: Rowlett Creek Cemetery Plano Collin County Texas, USA Created by: June Record added: Apr 27, 2005 Find A Grave Memorial# 10860704


 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Peter Baccus (1769 - 1839)
  Barbara Hoover Baccus (1770 - 1844)
 
 Spouse:
  Emily Smith Baccus (1792 - 1879)*
 
 Children:
  Godfrey S. Baccus (1812 - 1907)*
  Benjamin G Baccus (1822 - 1905)*
  Barbara Ann Baccus Springer (1827 - 1903)*
  Jacob Baccus (1832 - 1873)*
 
 Sibling:
  Jacob Baccus (1791 - 1860)
  Michael Peter Baccus (1800 - 1870)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Age 65
 
Burial:
Rowlett Creek Cemetery
Plano
Collin County
Texas, USA
 
Maintained by: Clifton Baccus
Originally Created by: June
Record added: Apr 27, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10860704
Jacob Baccus, Sr
Added by: Walter Fuller
 
Jacob Baccus, Sr
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- Gloria Franks
 Added: Jul. 23, 2012

- JUDY L.
 Added: Nov. 18, 2010
 
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