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Jacob Duché , Sr.

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Birthplace: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Death: Died in England
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Son of Anthony Duche
Husband of Mary Duche
Father of Reverend Jacob Duche

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About Col. Jacob Duche, Sr.

Colonel Jacob Duché (1708–1788) was a mayor of Philadelphia in the colonial province of Pennsylvania. Duché was born in Philadelphia, the son of Anthony Duché (d. 1762), a French Huguenot who came with his wife to America in the same ship as William Penn in about 1700. He was appointed a colonel of the militia. He served as mayor of Philadelphia from 1761 to 1762.

He was for many years a vestryman of Christ Church; when the congregation grew too large to be accommodated there, he headed the committee that oversaw the erection of its daughter church, St. Peter's. St. Peter's Church is a historic church located on the corner of Third and Pine Streets in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It opened for worship on September 4, 1761 and served as a place of worship for many of the United States Founding Fathers during the period of the Continental Congresses. The building was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1996.

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Col. Jacob Duche, Sr.'s Timeline

1708
1708
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1737
1737
Age 29
Phildelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American Colonies [present United States]
1788
1788
Age 80
England
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