was also known as Jacobus Jacobus. He was also known as James Jacobus. Jacob Jacobissen was born circa 1722 at Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey. He married Maritje Kip
, daughter of Cornelis Kip
and Eva Berdan
, on 23 January 1743 at Morris County, New Jersey. Marriage banns for Jacob Jacobissen and Maritje Kip
were published on 21 May 1743 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Jacob Jacobissen left a will on 3 October 1793 at Morris County, New Jersey.
he provided for his wife to be maintained out of his estate, and also to have "an old negro wench and negro, Tom;" son James was to have the south half of a 17 acre lot between Capt. Thos. Doremus and Martin Van Duyne's land, also 11 acres between where he lived and the heirs of Abraham Jacobus, dec'd, and 15 acres between Martin Van Duyne Thomas Doremus; son David was to have 30 acres where he currently lived on, also the north half of the 17 acre lot and 10 acres "whereon the sawmill stands as laid out by Abraham Ryerson;" daughter Ann was to receive 25 acres during her life where on Brant Jacobus, dec'd, formerly lived - after her decease the land was to go tho her son Cornelius Bloom; sons Cornelius, Abraham, and Nicholas received the remainder of lands in Morris Co; daughters Elizabeth (wife of Wm. Mandeville) and Eva (wife of John Mandeville), received a 50 acre lot in Preakness, Bergen Co; son Cornelius received the 6 acres where he was currently living on; grand daughter Ann Van Blaricum received £5; daughter Mary, wife of Richard Duryea, received £100 (to be paid by the 5 sons within 3 years; personal and residue were to be divided between all the children. Executors were sons Cornelius and James.
Witnesses were Isaac Kingslan, Jr., Abraham Jacobus, and Charles A. O'Brien.
He died at Pequannock, Morris County, New Jersey. The Inventory of Jacob Jacobissen was taken by Thomas Doremus and Philip Hiler valued at £414, 2 shillings, and 7 pence on 8 July 1794. His estate was proved on 22 August 1794.