Originally Posted by MarcSnelling
Historical accounts are varied and sometimes conflicting, but all agree that Mary & Martha Coppock (Koppock) were sisters in a Quaker family settling on the frontier of the Carolinas in the mid 1700s. As young children they were taken in a raid some have attributed to Saponi and Tuscarora warriors. The Saponi it's said has merged into the larger Tuscarora tribe at the time. 5-10 years later they were found and returned to their settlement. Martha married Marmaduke Coate. It is said Mary
Gen 1)Thomas Jacobs 1700 Brunswick Co. Va/ wife Tabitha Hicks also Hix
Gingaskin tribe/ Tabitha Dad was Indian Trader in Northampton Va
2) Thomas Jacobs1732 Va/ wife Ann Mathers 1733 Va.
3)Osborn(Shad) Jacobs 1765 Fairfield S.C. Hung in 1823 for accidental shooting of Sherriff Woolsey. Wife Kessiah Walker FULL Seminole/ Osborn Creek Dawes Roll
4) John B. Jacobs also Creek according to Dawes but I am leaning more towards Catawba of S.C.
5) Elisra(Elizabeth) Jacobs
Originally Posted by Nita
I am Nita Jane Ferrill Rosselli,
Hannah Honor Love was my (7th) Great Grandmother,
her mother was my (8th) Great Grandmother on my mothers side.
My mother was Mable Henrietta Latimer 1909-1998 California
Her mother, my Grandmother was Ermengarde H. (Erma) Pettingill 1887-1951 Illinois
Her mother was my great Grandmother Adaline Austin 1865-Connecticut
Her father was Harrison Austin my 2nd great Grandfather 1845-1912 Connecticut
I was told when I was a little boy that I had ancestors who were Eastern Blackfoot. Here is some of my ancestors who I believe are of Saponi heritage.
Isaac Chapman Birth Orange Co. Va 1716-1746 wife Sarah Cole 1718-1748 Orange Co. Va
John M Chapman 1740-1815 Orange Co. Va wife Sally Abbott 1744-1816 Walkers Creek, Giles Va.
Isaac Chapman B:1757 Ash County NC D: 1822 Washington VA. Wife Elizabeth Baldwin B 1766 NC D: Virginia