|Birthplace:||Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, USA|
|Death:||Died in Oyster Bay, Livingston, New York, USA|
Daughter of Richard Harcourt and Elizabeth Harcutt
|Managed by:||Janice Weeks Hollenczer|
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About Dorothy Cock (Harcourt)
1/9. Dorothy Harcourt. Born 1670, died between January 31/1738-9 and
December 17/1739, the dates of her will and its probate. She married
in 1697, as his second wife, John Cock, born at Oyster Bay November
22/1666, died 1716, son of James and Sarah Cock. John died intestate
and letters of administration were granted to his sons Daniel and
James on January 10/1734. John Cock had some bacon carried off by
Benjamin Carpenter, as John would not train with the Militia.
2/1. John Cock, born March 25/1698, died unmarried before 1734. He
was a cordwainer and a shoe maker.
2/2. Daniel Cock, born October 5/1699, died 1771. He owned and
operated a ferry between Fox Island beach and Rye, N.Y. He
married, 1st, Levine Kissam, daughter of David and Elizabeth
(Coombes) Kissam, and widow of John Carman, son of Joshua and
either Grace "Rock" (Smith) or Martha (Ellison) Carman, see
subject 536, page 4. There is something wrong about this marriage
as the Carman Genealogy by Henry Allison Treadwell, says John
Carman who married 1st, Levina Kissam, born 1710, daughter of
Daniel and Elizabeth (Coombes) Kissam, did not die until January
29/1771, and married, 2nd, on February 8/1739-40, Mary Smith.
Levine Kissam bore John Carman two children, born 1732 and 1734.
Perhaps John and Levine (Kissam) Carman were divorced. The Cox
genealogy says Daniel Cock had no children by Levine Kissam.
Daniel Cock married, 2nd, on April 27/1748, Sarah Rushmore,
daughter of Thomas and Anneka (Hendrickson) Rushmore, see subject
132, page 3 for their issue and further particulars. Daniel Cock
married, 3rd, before October 29/1766, his cousin Susannah Youngs,
daughter of Richard and Phebe (Weekes) Youngs, see subject 304,
page 5. They had no children.
2/3. Meribah Cock, born March 2/1701, died 1762. She married, 1st,
Joshua Townsend, son of James and Jane (Reddough) Townsend. See
subject 308 page 6 for issue and further particulars. She married,
2nd, as his second wife, in December 1760, Micajah Townsend, born
1699, died November 9/1781, son of John and Esther (Smith)
Townsend. See subject 616, page 3, but had no children by him.
2/4. Hezekiah Cock, born November 28/1703, died 1769. He married
Susanna Townsend, born March 14/1712, died about 1780, daughter of
George and Rosanna (Coles) Townsend, see subject 154 page 1 for
their issue and further particulars.
2/5. James Cock, born April 27/1708, died June 12/1746, a farmer and
a Justice of the Peace. He married Deborah Feake, who died October
30/1794, daughter of Robert and Clemence (Ludlum) Feake. After
James death, Deborah married, 2nd, Thomas Doughty.
Dorothy Cock (Harcourt)'s Timeline
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, USA
March 25, 1698
October 5, 1699
March 2, 1701
Matinecock, Queens County, Province of New York
November 28, 1703
April 27, 1708
January 31, 1739
Oyster Bay, Livingston, New York, USA