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Edward Jones

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Edward Jones Veteran

Birth
Prince George's County, Maryland, USA
Death
25 Nov 1790 (aged 53)
Beallsville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Burial
Beallsville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA Add to Map
Plot
Row D, Lot 12 Lower, Site 2
Memorial ID
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Son of Edward Jones*


Married Sarah Mary (White) Jones on July 24, 1761.*


Children:

- Benjamin White Jones [1762-1828]

- Henry Jones [1763-1823]

- Richard Jones [1765-- Abraham Jones [1767-1823]

- Edward Jones [1769-1819]

- Walter Jones [1770-1850]

- William White Jones [1772-1851]

- Sarah Burkett Jones Magruder [1774-?]

- Joseph James Wilkerson Jones [1776-1840]

- Elizabeth Jones Belt [1778-1815]

- Jacob Jones [1780-1803]

- Horatio Jones [1781-1846]

- Judson Jones [1783-1803]


Edward and Sarah lived on their farm called "Eleven Brothers" -- so named for their eleven sons!

http://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/stagsere/se1/se5/016000/016400/016468/pdf/msa_se5_16468.pdf

Map: http://binged.it/1AjTZ6d


Death Notice

Transcribed from his son, Joseph James Wilkerson's, notes


Edward Jones son of Edward born May 8th, [1735] and departed this life November 25th about 9 o'clock in the evening of the year of our Lord 1790.


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*"Two brothers came over from Wales. They were Edward and Richard Jones. Edward was my grandfather, his son Edward was my father, he married Sarah White and settled near Dickerson Station, and took up a large tract of land [Dickerson Station near Poolesville]. The old homestead was on the land owned by John Augustus Jones afterwards." ~Joseph James Wilkerson Jones Source


A portion of "Eleven Brothers" farm is being developed into the Woodstock Equestrian Park in Beallsville, MD.


The bodies of this family were removed from their family farm in Dickerson and brought to Monocacy Cemetery on November 28, 1895.


American Revolutionary War Patriot - 1775


D.A.R.: A062069


*Source: Notations by Joseph James Wilkerson Jones written in the Jones Family Bible.

Son of Edward Jones*


Married Sarah Mary (White) Jones on July 24, 1761.*


Children:

- Benjamin White Jones [1762-1828]

- Henry Jones [1763-1823]

- Richard Jones [1765-- Abraham Jones [1767-1823]

- Edward Jones [1769-1819]

- Walter Jones [1770-1850]

- William White Jones [1772-1851]

- Sarah Burkett Jones Magruder [1774-?]

- Joseph James Wilkerson Jones [1776-1840]

- Elizabeth Jones Belt [1778-1815]

- Jacob Jones [1780-1803]

- Horatio Jones [1781-1846]

- Judson Jones [1783-1803]


Edward and Sarah lived on their farm called "Eleven Brothers" -- so named for their eleven sons!

http://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/stagsere/se1/se5/016000/016400/016468/pdf/msa_se5_16468.pdf

Map: http://binged.it/1AjTZ6d


Death Notice

Transcribed from his son, Joseph James Wilkerson's, notes


Edward Jones son of Edward born May 8th, [1735] and departed this life November 25th about 9 o'clock in the evening of the year of our Lord 1790.


+++++++++++++++++++++


*"Two brothers came over from Wales. They were Edward and Richard Jones. Edward was my grandfather, his son Edward was my father, he married Sarah White and settled near Dickerson Station, and took up a large tract of land [Dickerson Station near Poolesville]. The old homestead was on the land owned by John Augustus Jones afterwards." ~Joseph James Wilkerson Jones Source


A portion of "Eleven Brothers" farm is being developed into the Woodstock Equestrian Park in Beallsville, MD.


The bodies of this family were removed from their family farm in Dickerson and brought to Monocacy Cemetery on November 28, 1895.


American Revolutionary War Patriot - 1775


D.A.R.: A062069


*Source: Notations by Joseph James Wilkerson Jones written in the Jones Family Bible.



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