Job Wick

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ChartsDescendants of Ellis Cook-6 Generations
Job Wick, son of John Wick and Temperance (---), died at Southampton, Suffolk Co., New York, before 12 February 1761, when his will was proved.1

Job married Anna Cook, daughter of Abiel Cook and Frances (---), at Southampton 21 December 1721.2,3

A sketch of the ancestors of Col. Caleb B. Wick of Youngstown, Ohio, refers to Job Wick of Southampton: "He was married, as appears by a family record, to Anna Cook December 21, 1721." The descendants of all Cook males of this period in Southampton are known, and the only Anna is the daughter of Abiel. Although his will names only two of his sons, Lemuel and Zebulon, both could be named after two of Anna's brothers.3,2

Job Wick left a will dated 30 August 1757, and proved 12 Feb 1761:
In the name of God, Amen. I, Job Wick, of the town of Southampton, Suffolk County, being weak in body.
I order all debts and funeral charges to be paid.
I leave to my wife, Anna Wick, the use of my movable estate, and 1/3 of my lands and meadows, and the use of one room in my house with the oven and the well, so long as she continues my widow.
I leave to my two sons, Lemuel and Zebulon Wick, all my lands and meadows to be equally divided.
I leave to my daughters that are married or shall be married before my decease, 10 shillings each, and to my daughters that are not married at my decease, £30 each (daughters not named).
I give to my grandson, Silvanus Wick, 10 shillings.
I make my wife Anna and my son Lemuel executors.
After the death of my wife it is my will that all my movable estate be divided among all my children.4

Family

Anna Cook b. say 1703, d. aft. 4 Mar 1761
Children

Citations

  1. [S1042] New York Co., New York, Wills and Administrations 1680-1804, Liber 22:418, FHL microfilm 497597, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, further cited as New York Co. Wills and Administrations.
  2. [S1497] History of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties [Ohio], 2 vols. (Cleveland, Ohio, 1882), 1:437, further cited as Trumbull and Mahoning Counties.
  3. [S1580] Gregory Don Cooke, "Abiel Cook2 of Southampton, Long Island, New York," The American Genealogist 84 (April 2010): 108-112, at 111 n29, further cited as Cooke, "Abiel Cook of Southampton, N.Y."
  4. [S1590] William S. Pelletreau, editor, Abstracts of Wills on File in the Surrogates Office, City of New York, 1665-1801, 17 vols. (New York: New-York Historical Society, 1892-1908), 6:47 (Liber 22:418), further cited as Pelletreau, New York Will Abstracts.
  5. [S171] George Rogers Howell, The Early History of Southampton L.I., New York with Genealogies. Revised, Corrected and Enlarged. Albany, New York: Weed, Parsons and Co., 2nd ed., 1887, 406 #11. CD-ROM reprint, Genealogy and History of the Town of Southampton, New York (http://genealogycds.com: genealogycds.com, 2007), further cited as History of Southampton.
  6. [S171] Howell, History of Southampton, 406.
This person was last edited on19 Aug 2015