NameJacob GOOD
Birth25 Jan 17683114, p. 2.
Death1 Apr 1830, Washington County, Pennsylvania1364, v. 1, p. 111 (issue: 3 April 1830) Age: 62
Burial1830, First Lutheran Church Recommittal Vault, Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania3114, p. 2.
Birth1774, York County, Pennsylvania1302, p. 24.
Death2 May 1843, Canton Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania1364, v. 2, p. 106 (issue: 13 May 1843) Age: 69
Burial1843, First Lutheran Church Recommittal Vault, Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania3114, p. 4.
FatherAbraham MOSSER (~1751-1822)
MotherBarbara SHEELY (-1806)
MarriageYork County, Pennsylvania1476
ChildrenMaria Barbara (1799-)
Notes for Jacob GOOD

Family Remembrance:1302, p. 24. "Jacob Good’s will (living in Washington County) to Eve, wife - property in Chartiers, Washington County and Tuscarawas County, Ohio."

1768 Birth:3114, p. 2. Birthdate of 25 January 1768 calculated from age at 1830 death of 62 years, 2 months, 7 days, as given on tombstone at First Lutheran Church Recommittal Vault, Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania.

1800 U.S. Census:
York County, Pennsylvania (Windsor Township)
Head of Family •• Jacob Good
Males 26-45 •• 1 << Jacob
Females under 10 •• 4 << 4 daughters
Females 26-45 •• 1 << Eve, age 26
Household of Abraham Mosser1475 is adjacent.

1800 Land Patent:2175, p. 4. "The first quarter township, Township 10, Range 2, of this township was entered by General Thomas Boude and Abraham Mosser, in 1800. Some of the purchasers from them were John and Christian Keller, five hundred and thirty-three acres; J. M. Bimeler, twelve hundred and seventy-five acres; and Samuel Moser, Jacob Good, Mary Taylor, Henry Hydegrass, William Christmas, John Shorb, and John Machan."

1807 Tavern License, Muskingum County, Ohio:1188, p. 94. Abram Mosser one of thirty-seven signatories to a petition for the license of tavern keepers, store keepers, and ferries, submitted to the Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Muskingum, Ohio. Robert Taylor and James Taylor were also signatories. Jacob Good was one of the persons recommended to "keep public houses of entertainment."

1808 Marriage of Daughter Elizabeth:2175, p. iii. "The first marriage recorded was that of Conrad Reghart and Elizabeth Good, on the 17th of July, 1808. The rites were celebrated by Abraham Mosser, Justice of the Peace of Lawrence Township. Two others occurred during the same year — William Carr to Catharine Good, November 21, 1808, and Isaac Pattees to Catharine Raiser, on November 13, 1808." <<Note: Who was this Catherine Good? See below 1819 marriage of Miss Catherine Good, Daughter of Jacob Good, in Washington County, Pennsylvania.

1809 Taxes, Lawrence Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio:919 Jacob Good taxed on "1 house & chattel" in Lawrence Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio." Chattel consisted of horses and cattle. Horses were appraised at $30 and cattle at $10, and were taxed at 1%, while real estate was taxed only 1/2%." (Note: A Peter Good was also taxed on chattel in Oxford Township, Tuscarawas County.)

1810 Tax List, Lawrence Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio:916,42, p. 383. Jacob Good appears on 1810 tax list.

1811 Tax List, Lawrence Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio:42, p. 386. Jacob Good appears on 1811 tax list.

1816 Tax List, Lawrence Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio:1980, p. 5.,42, p. 388. Jacob Good appears on 1816 tax list as owning 250 acres with moderate improvements, located in Tuscarawas County and the Zanesville Land Office District, with Boude and Mosser listed as the original owners. Total tax due was $5.62.

1819 Marriage of daughter Catherine:1364, v. 1, p. 22 (issue: 7 June 1819) In Washington County, Pennsylvania, "married on the same evening [i.e., 3 June 1819] by the Rev. Charles Wheeler, Samuel Kimmel to Miss Catherine Good, daughter of Jacob Good of Canton Twp."

1823 Land Sale:1628 On 18 April 1823, "Jacob Good and Eve Good, wife of the said Jacob Good, Christian Hornish and Elizabeth his wife, all of the Town of Washington, State of Pennsylvania" sold sixty-one acres of land to John Machin, which was "formerly the property of Abraham Mosser, deceased." Jacob Good, Eve Good, and Christian Hornish signed the deed; Elizabeth Hornish signed with her mark.

1830 Tombstone:3114, p. 2. Tombstone in Recommittal Vault, First Lutheran Church, Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania.
Jacob Good Senior
Died April 1, 1830
62 Years 2 Months 7 Days

1830 Death Mention:1364, v. 1, p. 111 (issue: 3 April 1830) In Washington County, Pennsylvania, "died on Thursday last [i.e., 1 April 1830] of dropsy, Jacob Good, Sen. of this place."
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