Job Trowbridge
Born: Mar. 8, 1754, Morris Township (Trowbridge Mountain), Morris Co., New Jersey
Died: Aug. 12, 1821, Hart Co., Kentucky
Parents:
 David Trowbridge and Lydia Holmes
Military Service: assistant wagon-master, Continental Army, American Revolutionary War
(served under his brother-in-law, Gershom Johnson,  New Jersey Line)
Marriage: 1786, Newark, Essex Co., New Jersey
Wife: Martha Doty
Born: Nov. 30, 1768, Newark, Essex Co., New Jersey
Died: Feb. 29, 1860, Hart Co., Kentucky

Children:

Sally Trowbridge
Born: April 10, 1787, Morris Township (Trowbridge Mountain), Morris Co., New Jersey
Died: unknown

David Trowbridge
Born: Mar. 23, 1789, Morris Township (Trowbridge Mountain), Morris Co., New Jersey
Died: unknown

Doty Trowbridge
Born: July 27, 1791, Morris Township (Trowbridge Mountain), Morris Co., New Jersey
Died: unknown

Joseph Trowbridge
Born July 21, 1794, Morris Township (Trowbridge Mountain), Morris Co., New Jersey
Died: unknown

Job Trowbridge
Born: Oct. 24, 1797, Hart Co., Kentucky
Died: Still alive as of 1854
Marriage: Sept. 15, 1827, Greensburg, Green Co., Kentucky
Wife: Lucretia Atwell
Born: unknown
Died: unknown

Mary Ann Trowbridge
Born: Feb. 16, 1800, Hart Co., Kentucky
Died: unknown

Reuben Trowbridge
Born: Feb. 22, 1803, Hart Co., Kentucky
Died: unknown

Elizabeth Trowbridge
Born: Sept. 20, 1805, Hart Co., Kentucky
Died: unknown

Martha Trowbridge
Born Sept. 25, 1808, Hart Co., Kentucky
Died: unknown

JOB TROWBRIDGE

Shortly after marrying Martha Doty, Job first settled on land inherited from his father David Trowbridge on Trowbridge Mountain, Morris Co., New Jersey along what is now West Hanover Avenue. He removed to Kentucky in 1795, where he spent the rest of his life.


"THE TROWBRIDGE GENEALOGY"
by Francis Bacon Trowbridge

141. Job Trowbridge (David 114, Joseph 105, William 100, Thomas 1), born March
8, 1754, in Morristown, N. J.; died August 12, 1821, in Hart county, Ky.; married , 1786, "near Newark, N. J.," Martha Doty, daughter of
Michael Doty, born November 30, 1768, "near Newark" ; died February 39, 1860, in Hart county.  Job Trowbridge when a young man served in the army
 in the Revolution.  He volunteered for service and was appointed an assistant wagon-master. He was in service from June 14, 1778, to July 30, 1779. The brigade of wagoners in which he served was enlisted for one year from January 1, 1782. After his marriage he settled on land allotted to him out of his father's estate, on the road
from Morris Plains to Sussex. He removed about 1795 to Kentucky and settled in Hart county, where he lived the rest of his life. He was a farmer.
His widow obtained a pension for his war service and received bounty-land in Kentucky.

CHILDREN : II
i. SALLY, b. Apr. 10. 1787 : m. James Edgar of Hart county, Ky.
210a. ii. DAVID. b. Mar. 23, 1789.
iii. DOTT, b. July 27, 1791.
iv. JOSEPH, b. Julv 21, 1794.
V. JOB, b. Oct. 24. 1797.**
vi. MARY ANN, b. Feb. 16, 1800.
vii. REUBEN, b. Feb. 22, 1S03.
viii. ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 20, 1805.
ix. MARTHA, b. Sept. 25, 1808.

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