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A famous fictional bearer of the name is Jabez Stone, the main character in Stephen Vincent Benét's short story The Devil and Daniel Webster.
Archangel Michael  5/30/2008
Jabez Howland was the son of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley Howland, two Pilgrims. His house is the only remaining house in Plymouth where Pilgrims lived.
― Anonymous User  10/2/2008
Jabez Wolffe (1876-1943) was a famous British swimming champion.
Jonquil  4/19/2009
Jabez Wilson, a character in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Red-Headed League,” a story in the Sherlock Holmes series.
Rin_0911  8/28/2012
Jabez Dawes, the subject of a poem by Ogden Nash. He is a thoroughly disagreeable boy whose worst vice is that he tells children that there is no Santa Claus. Santa Claus eventually comes down his chimney and turns him into a jack-in-the box, much to the rejoicing of everybody.
Kosta  4/17/2017
Usage of that name in the US rose from below 10 to 90 in 2002 and 138 in 2003. What was the trigger for that rise?
elbowin  10/9/2017

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