Name: Francis Jodon
Birth Date: 1720
Page Number: 402
Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvania Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.8:132, 284
Nov 30 1741
Thomas Pritchard of Northampton Twp, Bucks county, yeoman, conveyed to Francis Jodon, of Warminster Twp Bucks County, yeoman, 200 acred in Warwick Twp. Wit. Samuel Coquer and William Hibbs.
Deed Book 26 Page 328, Doylestown Pa
Warwick Township is in Central Bucks County south of Doylestown Township and west of Buckingham Township. The township was formed in 1733, and originally known as Middlebury Township. In the summer of 1777, the Continental Army camped along Old York Road and Bristol Road. General Washington's headquarters was located nearby at the Moland House, where he was joined by the Marquis de Lafayette and Count Pulaski as his troops prepared for the battles of Brandywine and Germantown.
1744 - Frances Jodon Married Martha Roberts
May 9 1744
1753 Signs Protest
March 15 1753 Frances Jodon, along with brother Daniel Jodon, signed a protest of the inhabitants of Warminster, Warrington and Manor of Moreland Townships, against the opening of County Line Road, presented to the Court Of Quarter Sessions of Bucks County. (Petitions for roads 1722-1800, p110)
1760 - Land Grants
Jan 1 1760
John Mann of Horsham Co of Philadelphia, yeoman, and wife Margaret conveyed to Francis Jodon of Warrington, Bucks County Pa, a plantation and tract of 100 acres with tenement in Warrington Twp, on Street Rd.
Deed Book 26 p316 Doylestown Pa
Oct 20 1760
Francis Jodon of Warrington Twp Bucks County Pa, yeoman, and his wife Martha, conveyed to John Thomas of Cheltenham Twp Couty of Philadelphia, yeoman, subject to mortgage secured on messuage, plantation and 100 acres situate in Warrington Township on the Street Rd.
Wit: Hannah Jodon, Joseph Hart. Satisfied June 11 1772
Deed Book 10, p326 Doylestown Pa
1786 - Son Peter is robbed
The Freeman's Journal or The North-American Intelligencer
04 Jan 1786, Wed • Page 1
1791 - Wrote Will
Francis Jodon, Warwick Twp.
May 5, 1791. Proved March 13, 1800.
Son Peter Jodon exr. Son Francis.
Daus. Olympas ---, Martha Madders.
Gddaus. Hannah and Martha Guy.
Wits: John Rickey, Thomas Bready, Charles Doane.
1800 - Frances Died
based on will being proved in 1800
1804 - Martha, widowed, released interest in land
|Reference:||Account of the Jaudon fam. By Edwin Jaquett Sellers. Philadelphia, 1890. (24p.): 24|