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Elizabeth Jones1717

Name
Elizabeth Jones
Surname
Jones
Given names
Elizabeth
MarriageIssac Malin IView family
February 22, 1702
, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA

Birth of a son
#1
David Malin
January 3, 1703

Birth of a son
#2
Thomas Malin
October 3, 1705
Goshen, Chester, Pennsylvania

Birth of a son
#3
Issac Malin II
March 8, 1708

Birth of a daughter
#4
Elizabeth Malin
February 21, 1709

Birth of a daughter
#5
Alice Malin
November 19, 1711
, Frederick, Virginia

Birth of a son
#6
Randal Malin
June 17, 1714

Death of a sonRandal Malin
March 7, 1715

Birth of a son
#7
Randal Malin
March 30, 1716

Death September 14, 1717

LDS baptism January 9, 1960 (242 years after death)

LDS endowment February 19, 1960 (242 years after death)

LDS spouse sealingIssac Malin IView family
June 1, 1961 (243 years after death)

LDS temple: Mesa, Arizona

Family with parents - View family
father
Elizabeth Jones
Death: September 14, 1717
Family with Issac Malin I - View family
husband
Issac Malin I
Birth: August 15, 1681 32 25Hallimore Heath, Cheshire, England
Death: about 1750Malin Hill, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
Elizabeth Jones
Death: September 14, 1717
 
Marriage: February 22, 1702, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
10 months
son
David Malin
Birth: January 3, 1703 21
Death: 1761, Frederick, Virginia
3 years
son
Thomas Malin
Birth: October 3, 1705 24Goshen, Chester, Pennsylvania
Death: February 1, 1794Willistown, Chester, Pennsylvania
2 years
son
Issac Malin II
Birth: March 8, 1708 26
Death: before 1771, Frederick, Virginia
11 months
daughter
Elizabeth Malin
Birth: February 21, 1709 27
3 years
daughter
Alice Malin
Birth: November 19, 1711 30, Frederick, Virginia
3 years
son
Randal Malin
Birth: June 17, 1714 32
Death: March 7, 1715
21 months
son
Randal Malin
Birth: March 30, 1716 34
Issac Malin I + Jane Rogers - View family
husband
Issac Malin I
Birth: August 15, 1681 32 25Hallimore Heath, Cheshire, England
Death: about 1750Malin Hill, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
husband’s wife
 
Marriage: 1727

 
Note

Elizabeth's father was a Quiaker. James Thomas, a brother-in-law to David Jones, willed David 50 acres of land provided he or any of his children would come to this country. David apparently came as he was constable in Whiteland Township, Pennsylvania about 1704.