Names used interchangably as Jacques, Jacques, Jacquish, and Jaquish. Also believed Jaycocks and Jacoks tied in. Gaecocks used in 1810 census, Jeacocks in 1800.
Solomon's father listed as Benjamin in Helen Predmore Files in Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen. No other trace of Benjamin in Census info. He may have died before 1790 census. No indication of source for Benjamin.
"Sally (Mandigo) married Solomon JAQUISH whose father was Guy Jaquish" From the following information, one Guy would appear to be a possible brother of Solomon. But there could have been two. We are not sure if Guy in 1790 census is the same Guy in the 1800 census, given the ages of the children, if they were children.
-- Listed in 1790 Census near Luke MANDIGO and Isaac GARRISON
--Listed in 1800 Census. Lived next door to Solomon.
--Listed in 1810 Census.
--Listed in 1825 NY State Census with a family of 4, in Cornwall. This would make Guy b. 1755-1765.
Possible relative, Henry JAQUISH. Henry is listed in the 1790 Census, New Cornwall. He is also listed in the 1800 Census, Goshen NY
Sally JONES JAQUISH was born in 1731. She was buried in Union Cemetery, Highland Falls, NY. There does not appear to be a headstone for her husband GUY.
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