(1656 - 15 Jun 1740)
MarriageMarried by Richard Brown Justice
Burial"The family cemetery in Pawtucket where he was buried is now defunct, with no trace of its existence remaining."
OccupationOccupations: state auditor, deputy governor, speaker of the deputies, assistant governor, then 19th Governor of Rhode Island from 1727 to 1732.
1. Arnold, James N., Vital record of Rhode Island 1636-1850, a family register for the people Narragansett Historical, Providence, Rhode Island 1891, Volume 2 page 101 image 145 of 444 Providence marriages.
2. Ancestry.com, U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700 Ancestry.com Operations Inc, Page 218.
3. Arnold, James N., Vital record of Rhode Island 1636-1850, a family register for the people Narragansett Historical, Providence, Rhode Island 1891, Volume 2 page 269 Providence deaths image 33 of 444.
4. Find A Grave online indexed database, https://www.findagrave.com, Governor Joseph Jencks Lot (Defunct), Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA, Memorial 19416719.
5. Rhode Island. Records of the Colony of Rhode Island And Providence Plantations, In New England: Printed by Order of the General Assembly. Providence: A.C. Greene and brother, state printers, 1856, Volume 4 page 387 May 1727 Joseph elected Governor.
6. Lewis, Alonzo. History of Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts: Including Lynnfield, Saugus, Swampscott, And Nahant. Lynn: G. C. Herbert, 1890-97, Volume 2 page, Joseph Jenckes Sr, Jr and governor.
7. Everyone, Jenckes, Joseph (governor) at Wikipedia, Joseph Jenckes (1656 – 15 June 1740).