Birth: Job Cole was born in England about 1609, based on the date of his marriage.
Death: He died after 1683 and before December 29, 1698.
Ship: Unknown, by 1633
Life in England: The 1630 will of Zaccheus Cole of St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey named brothers Nathaniel, John and Daniel, and made his brother, Job, executor. This designation may be a clue to Job’s place of origin.
Life in New England: Job Cole was in Plymouth by October, 1633. He became a freeman in March 3, 1639/40, at which time he was in Duxbury. He moved to Yarmouth by 1643 and was in Eastham by 1648. He served the colony in several capacities, as constable for Duxbury, deputy to the Plymouth court from Yarmouth, and constable for Nauset [Eastham].
Family: Job Cole married Rebecca Collier in Plymouth on May 15, 1634, and had three children. She died in Eastham on December 29, 1698.
Children of Job and Rebecca Cole: