Person:John Hallock (9)

m. 1700
  1. Sarah HallockAbt 1702 -
  2. Abigail HallockAbt 1705 -
  3. John HallockAbt 1710 - Bef 1757
  4. Catherine HallockAbt 1712 -
  5. Amy Hallock1728 - 1808
  • HJohn HallockAbt 1710 - Bef 1757
  • W.  Martha Quinby (add)
m. 13 Jan 1731/32
Facts and Events
Name John Hallock
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1710 Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York, United States
Marriage 13 Jan 1731/32 Westchester, Bronx, New York, United Statesto Martha Quinby (add)
Death? Bef 27 Apr 1757 North Castle, Westchester, New York, United States
  1. Bunker, Mary Powell. Long Island Genealogies. (Albany, New York, United States: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1895)
    p. 97.

    Children of John Hallock Jr. and Hannah ---: John, b. 1701, d. 1757, m. 1731 Martha Quimby of Mamaroneck.

  2.   Hallock, Charles. The Hallock-Holyoke pedigree and collateral branches in the United States: being a revision of the Hallock ancestry of 1866. (Amherst, Mass.: Carpenter & Morehouse, c1906)
    p. 30.

    John 3d, North Castle, Westchester county, N.Y., died 1757, aged 47 [born 1710!], wills to sons John, David, James and Samuel; and daughters Phoebe Underhill and Catherine Powell. He had ten daughters who married into the families of Powell, Underhill, Willets, Willis, and Hunt.
    [There is no evidence of 10 daughters in his will. Further, the lack of mention of his wife, who is clearly named in his well, makes one wonder how carefully this source was researched, and therefore, makes the purported birthdate of 1710 somewhat suspect. Presumably the age at death is derived from the assumed birthdate and does not represent an independent piece of evidence.]

  3.   Collections of the New York Historical Society
    Vol. 29 ("For the year 1896"), p. 168.

    Will of "John Hallock, of North Castle .. mill wright", dated "26 day of the 3d month, called March, 1757", proved 27 Apr 1757, mentions wife Martha; eldest son John, second son James, two youngest sons Daniel and Samuel; two daughters, Martha and Phebe; "if I shall live longer than my father, John Hallock"; brothers Edward Hallock and Samuel Hallock and friend Benjamin Smith executors.