"The Descendants of Jacob De Leon and Hannah Hendricks, June 1, 1955, Originally Compiled by Abbot Low Moffat" typescript (photocopy)
Born in Jamaica, Jacob De Leon married Hannah Hendricks of New York in 1789. The couple settled in South Carolina and had eight children. Twenty page typescript traces descendants of this family from the late 18th to mid-20th century. Family names include Levy, Moses, Cohen, Seixas, Adams, Salomon, Samuel, Forbes, Moise, Pollock, Kinstler, Moffat, Pelton, Robinson, Weinberg, Rosefield, and Moffat.
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