- Born: 17 Feb 1796, Franklin co. Pa 504
- Marriage (1): Elizabeth Drake  on 26 Apr 1818 in Fairfield County, Ohio 504
- Marriage (2): Annie Poats\ Potes  on 7 Jul 1842 in Seneca County, Ohio, USA 504
- Marriage (3): Catherine Dunn  on 7 Dec 1844 in Seneca County, Ohio, USA 504
- Died: 11 Jun 1846, Seneca County, Ohio, USA at age 50 504
Another name for Jacob was Jacob Rine Jr.
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information from OURKIN Sheri Nye
Jacob and Elizabeth(Drake) Rine (both deceased) the former a native of Pennsylvania, born in 1796, parents of John Wesley Rine, of Scipio twp ( who was born in Franklin Co. Ohio in 1826) came to this county in 1836 and shortly after lost everything by fire, a few years later Mr. Rine owned land in Hopewell township, which he sold, and moved to Fostoria . He died in 1847.
Source: History of Seneca County Ohio 1886, Scipio twp. Warner, Beers & co. 1886
pg.141 (Sketch on Nathan Rine)
His father Jacob Rine, born in Pennsylvania, on the 17th of April 1796, being the son of Jacob Sr., who was a soldier in a Pennsylvania regiment during the War of the Revolution .
This hero of the War of Independance came from the old Keystone state to Seneca County , Ohio after his son and namesake had located here, and the former purchased a tract of 88 acres in Adams twp, where he passed the greater portion of his remaining life, haveing been in Indiana a few years. He died in his 95th year, honored as one of the patriachs of the community. The maiden name of our subjects mother was Elizabeth Drake and she was born in Pennsylvania. By her marriage to Jacob Rine she became she mother of 9 children namely: Margaret, who became the wife of Peter Weaver and who is now deceased; Nathan , the subject of this sketch: Mary,the wife of Monroe J. Kistler, of Adams twp.; Fletcher, a resident of Sandusky County; and Alvin , a resident of Missouri. Jacob Rine, father of our subject was reared in Pennsylvania, where he learned the tailor's trade in his youth, never following the same after coming to Ohio. He emigrated to the wilds of Seneca County in the early 20's and purchased 80 acres of government land in Adams township and where he remained until the death of his wife in 1840.
He then came again to Adams township, and here he eventually consummated a second marriage, Mary A,Steele becoming his wife. She died about 2 years later and and his third marriage was to Miss Cathrine Dunn, who survived him several years, after his death occurring at the age of 60 years. It may be consistently noted in the conection that his brother Abraham, who was born in Pennsylvania in 1800, came on foot from that state to Seneca County, Ohio, in the early days, here entering claim to 40 acres of government land, then returning on foot to his old home, whence he was accompanied by his brother Jacob on this final return to Ohio. Both secured land in Adams twp, where Abraham Rine erected a log cabin, which was their first home. He continued to reside in this township the greater portion of the time there after until his death in 1884. He was one of the influential men of the community, was successful in his efforts and was recognized for his intellectuality and sterling character. He served for many years as Justice of the Peace and was incubment of other offices, while he was a devoted member of he United Brethren church .
Source: A centenial biographical history of Seneca co. Ohio 1902
Information from the Commemorative historical and biographical record, Wood Co. Ohio : its past and present ( Chicago, Il J.H. Beers & co. 1897)
Section on Perry twp
Jacob Rine elected Justice of the Peace in 1834, the earliest year there are records
Section on Perry twp
Jacob Rine came to this township in 1833
Section on Perry twp
paragraph headed; Men of 1839 ( male residents 21 years of age and older) Men listed include; Peter Weaver, Jacob Rine,Abraham Weaver, Alexander Weaver.
1820 RINE, JACOB Fairfield co. Ohio , bloom twp 109A-0-0-0-0-,1-0-1-0-0
1830 RINE J ACOB Seneca co. Ohio Adams twp 165
Noted events in his life were:
• Property: Delaware co. Ohio, 20 Jan 1828. 504
• Occupation: Justice of the Peace, 1834. 504
• Religion: United Brethern Church. 504
Jacob married Elizabeth Drake  [MRIN: 11143] on 26 Apr 1818 in Fairfield County, Ohio.504 (Elizabeth Drake  was born in 1803 in Pennsylvania, Ohio 504 and died about 1840 in Seneca County, Ohio, USA 504.)
Jacob next married Annie Poats\ Potes  [MRIN: 11144] on 7 Jul 1842 in Seneca County, Ohio, USA.504 (Annie Poats\ Potes  was born in 1802 504 and died on 8 Apr 1844 in Seneca County, Ohio, USA 504.)
Jacob next married Catherine Dunn  [MRIN: 11145] on 7 Dec 1844 in Seneca County, Ohio, USA.504