John1 Oakley came from England during the Dutch Rule, m. into a Dutch family and had numerous children, he was living in 1702.
Thomas2 (supposed to be his son) b. 1688, m. Patience Cornell, perhaps the Thomas Oakley named in the divisions of land at Jamaica 1660 was the son of John1 and father of Thomas b. 1688.
THOMAS OAKLEY and Patience Cornell had:
Thomas m. had son Timothy.
Samuel m. Sally Wood and had Richard, Solomon,
Timothy, Jacob and 4 daughters.
Andrew m. and had son Nathaniel.
Israel m. and had Anna m. Polly, Betsy, Nancy
Jesse b. 1748, m. Jerusha Peters and had 11
Wilmot m. and had John, Phebe, William, Sarah
Anna Oakley, dau. of Israel m. a Ketcham, Betsy
m. a Freeland and Nancy m. a Dissosway.
JESSE OAKLEY and Jerusha (Peters) 11 children:
Mary m. William Moore, George Peters m. Ruth
Patience, Sarah m. Andrew Moore, Phebe m.
Thomas Jackson m. 1st Lydia Williams, 2d
John Wilmot m. Harriet Badger, Martha m.
Velina d., Jesse, Velina m. Gilbert Wilkinson.
The above is from Martha Bokee Flint's notes.
Thomas Oakley m. 1705, Mary Borroughs.
Nathaniel Oakley of Fosters Meadow, in 1630 m.
Henry Oakley m. Hannah b. 1747, dau. of Giles
and Letitia (Onderdonk) Seaman.
In 1789. James Oakley was executor of the will of Elisabeth (Frost), widow of Thomas Merritt.
Martha Oakley b. 1706, m. John Powell.
Mary b. 1707, Sarah b. 1711, John b. 1713, Isaac
Elisabeth b. 1718, Rachel b. 1720.
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