Jacob Stocker 1
- Born: 1738, Berks, Pennsylvania, (United States)
- Marriage (1): Anna Eva Maria Cassell in 1760
- Died: 6 May 1780, Kentucky, United States at age 42
- Buried: Bryants Station, Kentucky
Other names for Jacob were Indian Jake Stucker and Jacob Stucker.
"Jacob was in Berks County, KY until 1764, then appears in NC in 1773. As early as 1775, Jacob is said to have been one of Daniel Boone's men who carved out the 'Wilderness Road' in Kentucky. In 1779-1780 he was in Kentucky where, with Daniel Boone, he recorded in Border Warfare. Jacob was killed by Indians while on a scouting expedition and is buried under a hickory tree at Bryant's Station, Kentucky. His wife and children were at Bryant's Station during the Indian seige in 1782. Jacob was known as 'Indian Jake'."
Jacob married Anna Eva Maria Cassell in 1760. (Anna Eva Maria Cassell died in Dec 1795 in Woodford, Kentucky, United States.)