WANTED: information on the parents of Joseph MADDOCK who married 14 Jan 1665 in St Peter’s church, Chester, Cheshire, England to Amy [Ammiel] Harper; they had 7 children listed in the Quaker birth records of Chester: Mary 1667, Joseph 1669, Martha 1671, Benjamin 1673, Ann 1676, Amy or Ammiel 1678, Johoshabeath [male] in 1681 [surnamed MADDOCK].
Joseph Maddock died 1702 in Dublin, Ireland, where his will identified him as “Joseph MADDOCK, senior, late of Chester, Eng; now of Meath Street, liberty of Thomas Court, Dublin, yeoman.—and names his children as “My daughter Amiel now wife of Edward Fossett (Fawcett) of Dublin, linedraper. To son Jehoshebath. My son Joseph and his three sons and two daughter now living, viz. Joseph, Abraham, Jacob, Hannah and Elizabeth Maddock, unmarried and under age. [FHL Film 1484597--Chester City England Quaker births, marriages and burials [births are listed by the old style calendar--first month begins March 25th, so 12th month is Feb, etc.]
His son Joseph Maddock born 1669 in Chester, Cheshire, England md 16 Sept 1692 in Dublin Ireland [Quaker records] to Hannah Fuller--
FHL film 571395 -- Quaker records of Dublin, Ireland
Joseph Maddock residence Dublin - parents: Joseph and Ammiel Maddock of Chester; md Hannah Fuller, residence from Lehimshy Kings County, [no parents listed in his alphabetical listing]; md 16 Sept 1692, Dublin [but her entry under FULLER does give her parents --Abraham Fuller and Mary his wife] with Hannah's residence listed as Dublin and her father's residence listed as Lehinchey in Kings County, Ireland--same film. Other records indicate that Abraham Fuller was from Homersfield, Suffolk, England, but we have not found his birth there; though others from Dublin are found in Quaker records there.
Joseph and Hannah (Fuller) Maddock had 11 children listed in the Quaker records of Dublin, Ireland- Joseph b 1693/4, Hannah b 1696, Benjamin 1697, Abraham 1698, Elizabeth 1700, Jacob b 1702, Ammiel or Amy b 1704, Martha b 1705, Sarah b 1706/7, Isaac b 1708, James b 1710 [surnamed MADDOCK]; the father died 1713 in Dublin, and names his children in his will Joseph Maddock; names wife Hannah Maddock; eldest son Joseph Maddock; 2nd son Abraham Maddock; 3rd son Jacob Maddock; 4th son Isaac Maddock; and fifth and youngest son James Maddock--when 21 years; "my four daughters" Hannah, Elizabeth, Amy, and Sarah... respectively aged 21 or at marriage; My three brothers- Abraham Fuller, Jacob Fuller [these are brothers in law] and Joshebath Maddock. [will in Quaker will abstracts of Dublin, Ireland; made 1713; refers to inventory but no date]
Also will of above Joseph’s son Isaac Maddock, #536 on page 231: Isaac Maddock, formerly of Dublin, now of Enniscorthy, County Wexford, gent, 18 Aug 1735. Probated 27 Aug 1736. His wife Catherine Maddock; his brother James Maddock. his sister Alice Maddock [must be sister in law]. The daughters of his brother Jacob Maddock deceased. His brother Abraham Maddock. His brother-in-law John Phillips. His sister SARAH NUNN. His sister Elizabeth Roberts., a legacy bequeathed to her by her mother Hannah Maddock, deceased. His wife Catherine Maddock, his uncle Isaac Dobson and his brother Jas. Maddock, exors... his real and personal estate to his brother James Maddock if testator's wife had no child.
The sister Sarah NUNN mentioned here is my ancestor. Sarah Maddock married Richard NUNN on 18 June 1722 in County Wexford, Ireland. Her daughter Hannah Nunn married Robert Allen in 1760 in County Wexford, Ireland; their daughter Elizabeth Allen married Richard Bolton on 3 Dec 1795 in St Iberius parish of the Church of Ireland, in Wexford, Ireland. Their son Richard Bolton born there in 1796 married there in 1826 to Frances White, and had several children baptized there; later moving to Ontario, Canada about 1840. Their son William Henry Bolton, born in Ontario, Canada in 1841 married there in 1865 to Elizabeth Harvey (Harvie) and after the birth of several children moved to Iowa USA about 1876.
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