Children of David James (1773-1848) of Radnor Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania and Elizabeth Boehm (1783-1820):
1. Jacob Boehm James: born November 4, 1805; married March 24, 1844 in Mercer, New Jersey to Emily Combs (1817–1863); died December 30, 1881 (aged 76) in Asbury Park, Monmouth, New Jersey; buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Trenton, New Jersey; known children include: Mary C. James.
2. Mary James: born February 29, 1808.
3. Henry Boehm James: born May 7, 1810; married 1834 in Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey to Mary D. Yard (1810–1883); died March 17, 1888 (aged 77) in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; buried at Mercer Cemetery, Trenton, New Jersey; known children include: Joseph H. James, James H. James, Mary P. James, Anna E. James, Charles M. James and Wilson James.
4. Isaac David James: born November 10, 1812 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; married April 15, 1845 in Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey to Margaretta P. James (1823-?); died May 10, 1886 (aged 73) in Trenton, New Jersey; buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Trenton, New Jersey; known children include: Mary E. James, Emma James and Lavina B. James.
5. Elizabeth James: born February 12, 1815 in Pennsyvlania; died March 19, 1895 (aged 80); buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Trenton, New Jersey.
6. Julian “Julia Ann” Barbara James: born June 10, 1817; married circa 1836 to John W. Nelson (1821-1894); died December 11, 1877 (aged 60) in Camden, New Jersey; buried at Mercer Cemetery, Trenton, New Jersey; known children include: William H. Nelson, Elizabeth Nelson and Alfred Nelson.
"Memorial of Thomas Potts, Junior, Who Settled in Pennsylvania: With an Historic-Genealogical Account of His Descendants to the Eighth Generation" by Isabella Batchelder James, Publication date 1874. Published by Cambridge Press.
URL Address: https://archive.org/details/memorialofthomas00injame/page/n5
Bible of David James on microfilm with LDS Family History Library, Pages 678-680.
Autobiography of Reverend Isaac James, M.D. (1869) Transcribed by Reverend Joseph F. Di Paolo, February 2006.
Records of the James Family Archives.
Updated: January 9, 2021