Sarah Smock: Birth: 6 NOV 1766. Death: 18 JUL 1825
Maria Smock: Birth: BEF 27 MAY 1770.
Cornelius Smock: Birth: 21 DEC 1771. Death: 21 AUG 1774
John Smock: Birth: 3 JAN 1773. Death: AFT 3 JAN 1773
Title: Miles, Ann Pette, 34 Jones Rd., Jasper, Georgia 30143, Monmouth Families (1980).
Title: Genealogies of Long Island Families, from the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record.
Title: Baker, Chris <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 1359305.ged
Title: Burden, Sue <email@example.com>, Burden, Sue (Sep. 13, 2000)
Title: Smock Genealogy
Title: Stewart, Robert Brian StewartR@compuserve.com, Website http://jomepages.rootsweb.com/Abt.
Title: Sloan, Doris nee Doris Jean Nelson, Sloan, Doris (17 Oct 1996)
Title: Beekman, George C., Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County, New Jersey (Moreau Brothers, Freehold, New Jersey, 1901; Sec).
Note: tia. Taken prisoner at Connecticut Farms, 23 Jun 1780. He served circa 1780. He lived in 1789 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
He is on tax lists as owning 85 acres, 2 horses, 3 cows(tax due 15.9.6) in 1779 in Mount Pleasant Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. He is on tax lists as owning 90 acres, 2 horses, 3 cows(tac due 15.0.0) in 1780 in
Mount Pleasant Twp, York County, Pennsylvania.
He was an inhabitant of the Mount Pleasant Twp, York County,
Pennsylvania, classified under an Act of Assembly (and thereby he is a recognized patriot of the DAR) in 1780.
He is on tax lists as owning 91 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows(tax due 4.15.0) in 1782 in Mount Pleasant Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. He is on tax lists as owning no land, having 8 members in his family (himself, his wife, six children) in 1783 in Mount Pleasant Twp, York County,
He relocated after 1783 and came to reside in Mercer County, Kentucky. He bought land on 26 March 1793 in Mercer County, Kentucky. He and Antje Cozine sold land to their son John "for five shillings, love and
affection" on 4 April 1812 in Mercer County, Kentucky.
Birth date possibly: March 27, 1741. Death possibly in Mercer County,
Note: He served in the American Revolution, as Captain in the New Jersey Mili