Person:Rebecca Hallett (1)

m. 1669
  1. William Hallett, III1670 - BEF 1727
  2. Sarah Hallett1672 - AFT 1727
  3. Rebecca Hallett1675 - 1730
  4. Joseph Hallett1678 - AFT 1727
  5. Moses Hallett1681 - AFT 1727
  6. George Hallett1683 - AFT 1727
  7. Charity Hallett1685 - AFT 1727
  8. Mary Hallett1687 - AFT 1727
  9. Elizabeth Hallett1689 - AFT 1727
  10. Richard Hallett1691 - 1769
m. 1694
  1. Thomas Jackson1694 - bet 1759
  2. Mary Jackson1695/96 - bef 1735
  3. Sarah Jackson1697 -
  4. Rebecca Jackson1698 -
  5. John Jackson, Sr.1700 - bet 1768 and 1772
  6. Charity Jackson1701 -
  7. Elizabeth Jackson1702/3 -
  8. James Jackson, Jr.1704 - 1750
  9. William (1) Jackson1705 - 1706
  10. Hannah Jackson1706 -
  11. William Jackson1707 - bef 1794
  12. Martha Jackson1708/9 - abt 1789
  13. General Joseph Jackson1709/10 - 1769
  14. Richard Jackson1711 - 1739
  15. Phoebe Jackson1712 - 1777
  16. Robert Jackson1713 -
  17. Jemima Jackson1714 -
  18. Samuel Jackson1716 -
  19. Stephen Jackson1717 -
  20. Benjamin Jackson, Sr.1719 - abt 1805
Facts and Events
Name Rebecca Hallett
Gender Female
Birth[3] 31 Aug 1675 Hallett's Cove (now Astoria), Queens Co., New York
Marriage 1694 Halletts Cove (now Astoria), Queens Co., New Yorkto James Jackson
Death[6] 12 Apr 1730 Flushing, Queens, New York, United StatesRocky Hill
Burial? Hallett's Cove (now Astoria), Queens Co., New York

Note concerning Bunker's record: It appears to me that Bunker's dates for James & Rebecca are both death dates, not birth dates.

Rebecca Jackson is mentioned in her father's 1727 Will. See William Hallett's Notes.

References
  1.   Rockaway Library Documents, Rockaway, NJ, 27.
  2.   Will of William Hallett 1727.

    Will of her father William Hallett dated 16 Sep 1727; no probate date.

  3. Riker, James. The annals of Newtown in Queens County, New-York: containing its history from its first settlement, together with many interesting facts concerning the adjacent towns : also, a particular account of numerous Long Island families now spread over this and various other states of the Union. (New York: D. Fanshaw, 1852), pg 403.
  4.   Jackson, P. A. Jackson Ledger. (1887), 6.
  5.   Robbins, Oscar Burton. History of the Jackson family of Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y., Ohio and Indiana: descendants of Robert and Agnes Washburn Jackson. (Loveland, Colo.: Robbins, 1951), 10.
  6. "Records of the Society of Friends of the City of New York and Vicinity, from 1640 to 1800", in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. (New York, New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society), Vol. 7, p. 86.

    Rebeka wife of James Jacson of flushing dyed the 12 day 2'mo 1730.
    [Note: In old-styles dates, the second month is April. More info may be found here.]