Jacob Havener, eldest son of Nicholas Havener was born 07 Aug 1744 in Tulpehocken, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA. The family arrived on the Davy in 1738, and their first home was Tulpehocken. Jacob was baptized on 19 Aug 1744 in Tupehocken based on the Pastoral Records of John Casper Stoever and Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Jacob married Mary Baldwin Mallow, on 25 May 1765 in Brandywine, Pendleton, Virginia. It is presumed that she died soon after December 4, 1804, as this is the last date her name appears on any legal instruments made or executed by her husband.
Jacob served in the Revolutionary War, 27 May 1780, in Virginia, USA; Minute Book “Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War”, J.T. McAllister. ALSO – listed with Sons of the American Revolution – Ensign in Rockingham County Militia, Rockingham County, Virginia. Jacob is a proven ancestor with the DAR #A054055.
Jacob died on 11 Jan 1811 in Brandywine, Pendleton, Virginia, (now West Virginia).