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201 1) "The church register indicates that Johann Adam Hepding 'zog 1749 Mit Weiß Und Kindern Nach Pennsylvanian.' But as we know, they landed at Charleston, South Carolina and settled in that state."
Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.

2) "With the possible exception of Eva, whose death date is not known, John Adam's brothers, sisters and parents were all deceased when he set out with his family for America. Han Conrad died the year before the exodus."
Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.

3) "Adolph Gerber's 'Beiträge zur Auswanderung nach Amerika im 18 Jhdt.', vol. 1 page 24 lists the three living children and therefore agrees with the Röternberg [Lutheran church] register." Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.
Therefore, Johann Adam Epting (Hebding) and wife Christina Barbara Osiander emigrated to America with the three surviving children of their first four born in Rotenberg, Germany: Catharina, Johann Georg, and Matthias, Johann Jacob having died in Rötenberg in 1747, about 2 years before the emmigration to Germany in Oct 1749, and not, according to some sources, during the journey to America. Source: Steve Mears, family tree compiler.

4) "Since the Eptings had headrights for five individuals, the three children listed in Gerber must have survived the trip. But Matthias probably died very early state-side since he does not exist in any of the Carolina records or tradition."
Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.

5) "The place or origin of the South Carolina Eptings is not Heidelberg but Rötenberg, and before that, Alpirsbach. The route to the ocean is still down the Rhine to Rotterdam, but not by way of the Neckar River and Mannheim. The Hepdings most probably travelled down the Kinzig River from Alpirsbach to Kehl, a small Baden town opposite Strasbourg. Career opportunities for a day laborer (Tagelöhner) must have been cleak, so that Johann Adam's reasons for emigrating were probably more economic than religious. One wonders why he did not work his father's farm. His father, who died in 1748, may have lost the property before that. It is also possible that Johann Adam inherited the farm and used the proceeds from its sale to go to America. The tradition that he was well-to-do does not match the circumstances of his occupation as a day laborer. Since the church register remarks that the Johann Adam Hepding family went to Pennsylvania, it must be construed that events beyond their ocntrol got them to Charleston, and not any preconceived desire on thier part to acquire bounty lands in the Dutch Fork."
Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.

6) Landed Charleston, SC, USA aboard ship "The Griffin," US arrival date: 17 Oct 1749, passenger list immigrant name: Epting/Hepting, given name: John Adam. German record: "zog 1749 mit Weiss und kindern nach Pennsylvanian."

7) "The Olive Tree Website...lists the following data...:

"Immigrant's surname: EPTING/HEPTING
Immigrant's given name: John Adam
Ship name: The Griffin
U.S. Arrival date: 17 Oct 1749
Port: Charleston, SC
Place of Origin: Heidelberg, Germany
Source: The Epting and Epton Families of South Carolina, by Theodore Epton

...John Adam Epting married Barbara Osiender and had seven children: Jacob, John Adam, Adam Frederick, Anna Mary, Elizabeth, Margaret, George. They lived on 250 acres granted to John Adam on 20 October 1749 in the Dutch Fork area of south Carolina. Submitted by: Gurdon W. Counts, III, 1996 North Main Street, Kessesaw, GA 30144"
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

8) Landed Charleston, SC, USA 17 Oct 1749 aboard ship "The Griffin." The Griffin passenger list: Immigrant's Name: Epting/Hepting. Immigrant's Given Name: John Adam. Ship Name: The Griffin. U.S. Arrival Date: 17 Oct 1749. Port: Charleston, SC. Place of Origin: Heidelberg, Germany." Source: The Epting and Epton Families of South Carolina by Theordore Epton. The Carolina Gazette reported in its October 9-16, 1749 issue that the ship Griffin had entered the prot at Charles Town [SC, USA]. It had arrived from London. [Issue Number 805, S.C. Department of Archives and History, microfilm drawer #45.]" Source: Jean [Epton? Epting?].
Source: Epting Family by Rick Epting.

9) "In April 1748 John Jacob Riemensperger, an immigration agent, made a trip to Germany to bring back immigrants to settle in America. He supposedly distributed pamphlets in Heidelberg on the neckar and other cities and villages on the Rhine river. 42 men, women and children were in the party and via wagon trains they made thier way to a river boat docked ten miles away at Mannheim and then down the Rhine to Rotterdam. There they were delayed for days until a quota for the Channel crossing was met. They went across to the English seaport of Cowes. On Oct 17, 1749 the ship GRIFFIN arrived at Charlestonn, South Carolina, America. 132 passengers who had paid for their passage were allowed to disembark. Those who could not pay had to remain aboard. 34 heads of families were able to pay and are listed below.
Ship *Griffin* Passenger List 1749: Conrad Beck, John George Buckheart, Maragret Burkmayer, Conrad Burkmeirer, Michael Calfiel, Johannes Circus, Andreas Cranmer, John Curner, Nicholas Dirr, Andreas Emmeck, Johan Adam Epting, Georg Ludovick Finch, Johannes Freyer, clemens From, George Gottlieb, George Hipp, Christopher Henry Hoppold, Eva Knoll, Johannes Kuller, John George Lapp, Johannes Jacob Leitzeit, Michael Looser, Frederick Mack, Nicholas Prester, Christopher Ramenstein, Johannes Rich, Andreas Rift, christopher Saltzer, Andreas Swachlerback, Hans Michael Swagert, John Titerly, Verner Ulmer, Joheph Vorsner, John George Watchter. This list of paid passengers is recorded in council Journal Vol. XVII pages 661-663 Archive at columbia SC. This info is taken from "The Epting-Epton Family" Newberry SC Library.
Source: Epting Family by Rick Epting.

10) "Landed Charleston Aboard 'The Griffin' "

11) Subject: Ship *Griffin* Passenger List 1749

Immigrant's surname: EPTING/HEPTING
Immigrant's given name(s): John Adam
Ship name: The Griffin
U.S. arrival date: 17 OCT 1749
Port: Charleston, SC
Place of origin: Heidleberg, Germany
Source: The Epting and Epton Families of South Carolina by Theodore Epton

The story goes: In April 1748 John Jacob Riemensperger, an immigraton agent, made a trip to Germany to bring back immigrants to settle in America. He supposedly distributed pamphlets in Heidelberg on the Neckar and other cities & villages on the Rhine river. 42 men, women and children were in the party and via wagon trains they made their way to a river boat docked ten miles away at Mannheim and then down the Rhine to Rotterdam. There they were delayed for days until a quota for the channel crossing was met. They went across to the English seaport of Cowes. On Oct 17, 1749 the ship GRIFFIN arrived at Charleston, South Carolina, America. 132 passengers who had paid for their passage were allowed to disembark. Those who could not pay had to remain aboard. 34 heads of families were able to pay and are listed below.

Johann Adam Epting took his family and settled on 250 acres granted to John Adam on 20 October 1749 in the Dutch Fork area of S.C. near Pomeria on Crims Creek. Johann's family included his wife Barbara Osiander and probably three children, Catherine, age 10, Anna Mary*, age about 5, and Jacob, age about 4. [There are discrepencies in some dates and Anna Mary's birth year is not clear].

Ship *Griffin* Passenger List 1749:

Conrad Beck, John George Buckheart, Margaret Burkmayer, Conrad Burkmeirer, Michael Calfiel, Johannes Circus, Andreas Cranmer, John Curner, Nicholas Dirr, Andreas Emmeck, Johan Adam Epting, Georg Ludovick Finch, Johannes Freyer, Clemens From, George Gottlieb, George Hipp, Christopher Henry Hoppold, Eva Knoll, Johannes Kuller, John George Lapp, Johannes Jacob Leitzeit, Michael Looser, Frederick Mack, Nicholas Prester, Christopher Ramenstein, Johannes Rich, Andreas Rift, Christopher Saltzer, Andreas Swachlerback, Hans Michael Swagert, John Titerly, Verner Ulmer, Joseph Vorsner, John George Watchter.

This list of paid passengers is recorded in Council Journal Vol.XVII pages 661-663 Archives at Columbia SC. This info is taken from "The Epting-Epton Family" Newberry SC Library.

12) "The petition for bounty of John Adam Epting, dated 19 October 1749, (Council Journal 17-2:663 and 671) indicates that John Adam Epting's family was among Palatines lately brought by Jacob Ramensperger." Source: Epting, John Adam Fam Bio at Dutch Fork Fam Bios. 
Hebding, Capt Johann Adam "John" Sr (I1607141183)
 
202 1) "The family moved to Tallededa County Alabama about 1847" Source: Folk, David Forum Posting by Jim Jones.
2) "Permelia A Folk, widow of David and mother of Ella and Lela was ... living with them [William W Jones & Lela L (Folk) Jones] [when the 1900 census was taken]" 
Kibler, Permelia Audelina (I1607135389)
 
203 1) "The Folk-Holloway House is located on the south side of Holloway Street in the residential area of the rural community of Pomaria in southeast Newberry County. The two-story building is of a pegged wood frame construction sheathed in wood clapboard. A one-story, full-façade porch is located on the main or north façade. Though relatively plain, stylistically the house's detailing exhibits characteristics of both the Federal and Green Revival movements."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) From the Newberry Observer, Friday, October 23, 1992:

"Second Pomaria House Included on the Nation's Historic Register
By Vic MacDonald.

A second home in Pomaria owned by Marcus and Elsie Fields had been included on the National Register of Historic Places.
The 1820-1830 house near the corner of Holloway and Folk streets was built by John Adam Folk, the third son of Jacob Folk who was a noted tanner in the area, and later the home of Thomas W. Holloway, who laid out the town of Pomaria from the front porch of the house.
Holloway Street is part of the old Buncombe Road which linked Charleston with North Carolina for the early settlers of the area.
Mrs. Fields said that Tanner's Hill, the location of Jacob Folk's tanner shop, was the location of the first post office for the region. The red clay hill was an especially formidable part of the early road. 'It was said if you could make it up Tanner's Hill, it was downhill all the way to Charleston,' Mrs. Fields said.
Holloway was a Newberry banker who married a daughter of John Adam Folk and moved to the Pomaria house, Mrs. Fields said. Pomaria's strategic location on the important road helped it develop into a bustling railroad community. The usual three-door design of the Folk-Holloway house may have come about because it was an inn or way-station for stage travelers on the Buncombe Road, Mrs. Field said.
The house must have been considered an important home at one time in Pomaria since it was wallpapered in every room. Later renovations have changed its historic appearance, but the Fields have plans to restore the detached kitchen area which was moved to a nearby creek to serve as a home.
Important architectural features include the wide boards in the floors, hand-crafted paneling and the cross and open Bible style doors. The door locks were drafted about 1825 and bear the Royal Lion seal that certifies them coming from the same crafts house that worked for English royalty.
There is evidence that the stairway in the house now once was 'reversed' and rose from the rear of the house, Mrs. Fields said. How to locate an upstairs restroom within the limits of historical preservation is one of the problems the Fields face in restoring the home.
The home was included on the National Register of Historic Places on July 30. The Fields restored the Hatton-Fields home, just a few yards up Holloway Street from the Folk-Holloway house, and have lived in Pomaria since 1969.
There are an awful lot of houses in Newberry county that need to be on the Register,' she said. Mrs. Fields, who presents the program this Sunday at the regular meeting of the Newberry County Historical Society, wants to tackle the second restoration project to encourage more preservation of the county's homes."

Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Folk, John Adam Jr (I1607141206)
 
204 1) "The following information is from Patty Cooper's letter:
'I began my family tree research with the Kibler family, and as a result have amassed a great deal of information on that family, but I have no Levi Kibler who was around early enough to have married a child of Jacob Folk. The youngest Levi Kibler I have found is Levi L. Kibler, a son of John Kebler, Sr. and Nancy Farr. This Levi was born 1/15/1811 and would seem to be too young to marry a woman whose siblings were all born in the 1770's. Also, this Levi was a bachelor all of his life. (he had a common law wife, a couple of mistresses [multi-colored] and a bunch of kids [assorted colors as well] but he died officially unmarried, save for a rather intimate relationship with his servant, to whom he left all of his estate.) There were only 2 Kiblers in the Dutch Fork area that I have been able to account for in the late 1700's - John and Michael. There was an Irig Kibler, but it seems that he did not stay long, or produce any heiers.' " Source: "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk.
2) The above comment by Patty Cooper, if accurate, would seem to eliminate a Kibler marriage to Christina Folk. Also, just looking at the age difference between the alleged "couple" simply makes a union highly unlikely; she was 33 years older than him. Steve Mears, Family Tree Compiler. 
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205 1) "The original family bible of Jacob Folk shows no dates of her [Mary Elizabeth Howard's] birth and death..." Source, "Hiers Family Genealogy". Folk, Johann Jacob "John, Jake" Sr, Jr (I1607141173)
 
206 1) "The petition for the incorporation of St. Peter's [Pineywoods Lutheran Church] was signed in 1794 by Rev. Frederick Joseph Wallern ... and 21 church members. The signature of Henrich Epning (Epting?) appears as 20th on the list of names. Who this person was I do not know." Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.
Could this 'Henry Epting' be another child of Johann Adam Hebding/Epting? Steve Mears, family tree compiler.

2) "The children of Johann Adam and Christina Barbara Epting (Hepding) born in Garmany and listed in the Rötenberg church register were Catharina, Johann Georg, Johann Jacob, and Matthias."
Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton. 
Family F2082449757
 
207 1) "Their first child, Anna Elizabeth Stockman was born 24 October 1748 and she was baptized on 27 October in the Burbach Reformed Church. Their second child, Frederick, claimed to have been born in Germany, but no baptismal record of him has ever been found." Source: Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker

2) "children of Engel known in South Carolina were; Christopher Stockman Peter Stockman Henry Stockman, George Stockman, John Stockman" Source: Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker 
 
208 1) "There is a bit of confusion over the identity of Jacob Folk's third daughter. Earlier sources listed her as Catherine Folk, even though she had a sister named Eve Catherine Folk. Jacob died on June 20, 1777, his wife then being pregnant with a child, Christina (Tina), born posthumously in 1777 or 1778." Source: "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk. Folk, Christina (I1607141345)
 
209 1) "Two years prior to his own death in 1779, Jojn Benedict Folk inherited 250 acres from
his father's estate, 100 acres of which was for the use of his mother until she died."

2) Will Abstract of husband, Johann Jacob Folk: "Jacob Folck. Ninety Six District, tanner. Wife: Catherine, land on Saluda River, Craven County, called 'Barbary Meyer,' use of my plantation where I now live during her life. Sons: eldest John Benedict. said plantation at death of my wife, land next called 'Jacob Folck' land on Hollmon's Creek called 'Casper Fugler,' part of land called 'Ulrick Meyer' on branch of Common's Creek; Jacob, land on branch of Camping Creek granted me, land granted Sharlos(?) Roadgaver. Daus: Eve Catherine, part of land called "Ulrick Meyer;' Elizabeth, land on Saluda River in Craven County granted to Jacob Thomalong. Exors: John Benedict Koon and Ulrick Meyer. Wit: John Sheely, his mark; Michael Leitner. D: 8 July 1775. P: nd. R: nd. p.377." Source: John Benedict Folk - by Judy Schrader 
Folk, John Benedict (I1607141180)
 
210 1) "V. _________ Folk married Levi Kibbler." Source: Folks in America 1740 - 1967, p6.

2) "My 4th great grand uncle [John Benedict Folk]...had six brothers and sisters -- Eve Catherine, George, Elizabeth, John Adam, Jacob and Christina." Source: John Benedict Folk - by Judy Schrader.

3) Christina Folk Sligh. The following quote, "Emanuel Cromer, born 10 October 1811, died 2 February 1890, married 1) Nancy Ernestine Suber, born 21 August 1809, died 23 January 1850, daughter of George Suber and Christina Folk Sligh" from source: Cromer, Michael Family in Dutch Fork Fam Bios, indicates that Christina may have been married to a "Sligh" when her daughter, Nancy Suber, married Emanual Cromer. Steve Mears, Family Tree Compiler. 
Folk, Christina (I1607141345)
 
211 1) "Young George Epting was the hapless victim of a disease that struck him at the end of the first month on the water. An elderly man from Baden died that same day. The bodies were wrapped in an old peice of canvas sail and, after a brief prayer from the ship's captian, were dropped into the ocean." Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.

2) "...died young". Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.

3) "George died at sea on the Epting family's voyuage to America. Until we know when his father's first wife Christina died, or when the father married his second wife Barbara, which lady was Adam Frederick's natural mother will remain a mystery. An old German Bible record in Little Mountain, SC would have us believe that it was Barbara. I am strongly inclined to think that John Adam Epting never had a spouse called Anna Christina, that Barbara was his one and only sweetheart. The fact that Jacob Epting, John Adam's eldest son, requested that his deceased mother Barbara's indents be delivered to him (18 Jan 1786) is further evidence against the marital claims of Anna Christina". Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.

4) "before emmigration from Germany". Source: unrecorded.

5) "... d. 18 May 1747of smallpox at 5 years of age". Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton. 
Epting, Johann Georg "George" (I1606736368)
 
212 1) 16 Sep 1780 - 150 Acres, Ninety-Six Dist, South Carolina, USA.
a) "Obtained 150 acres fm Hans Adam Zigler."
Source: Cath Eliz Epting & Johann Peter Stockman - by Stockman Fam Newsletter.
b) "On September 16, 1780 Peter Stockman, tanner of the Ninety Six District, obtained 150 acres of land from Hans Adam Zigler."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) 16 Sep 1780 - 200 Acres, Ninety-Six Dist, South Carolina, USA.
"Obtained 200 acres fm Frederick Shaffer."
Source: Cath Eliz Epting & Johann Peter Stockman - by Stockman Fam Newsletter

3) 5 Apr 1782 - 200 Acres, Ninety-Six Dist, SC.
"On April 5, 1782 Peter Stockman, tanner, obtained 200 acres of land from Frederick Shaffer." [Is it possible that these 2 200 acre purchases, both from Frederick Shaffer, are the same purchase, with one of the dates being incorrect? - Steve Mears]
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

4) 25 Dec 1795. "Peter Stockman sold land on 25 Dec 1795 to John Uriah Wicker and his wife Catherine signed the Dower."

5) "Peter Stockman gave land in 1799 to loving daughter, Mary, wife of Peter Dickert. (Nby deeds - F-145)". Source: Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker.

6) 15 Aug 1801 - 100 Acres, Camping Creek, Newberry Co, SC.
"Nby Deeds O-52. Matthew Smith to George Wheeler. 100A on Camping Cr. adj. Barbara Shoemaker orig gr. to Barbara Sitemore (alias) Barbara Monts. L&R'd to Jacob Fulk & by his LWT to relict Catherine afterward wife of Peter Stockman who transferred to Matthew Smith. Date of sale 15 Aug 1801."
Source: pg 2/15, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

7) 1804.
"Peter Stockman's wife was Barbara when land was sold in the 1804 Deed [see below]..."
Source: Cath Eliz Epting & Johann Peter Stockman - by Stockman Fam Newsletter.

8) 20 Oct 1804 - 200 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
" 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 125. Made 20 Oct 1804 and recorded 4 Aug 1821: Peter Stockman (his German signature) for $10 paid by Goerge Stockman for 200 acres orginal grant rederick Sheffer 20 Jan 1773 o Crams creek adjacent to land owned on the southeast by Christopher Reunsrestin? and Wooloreth? ochman?, northeast by Jacob Folk and Henry Habolt?, northwest by Adam Griminger? Witness Peter Dickert and John Hampton. Dower signed on 1 Nov 1804, Barbara, wife of Peter Stockman."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

9) 17 Feb 1821.
"On 17 February 1821, Peter Stockman Sr., sold land to Elizabeth Suber, wife of Solomon Suber (Newberry Deeds P-2, p. 5). Deed says land to be Elizabeth Suber's "after my death." Source: Stockman, Johann Engel Fam Bio fm Dutch Fork Fam Bios.

10) 1822, Crims Creek, SC.
"George Stockman sold land on br. of Crims CR. in 1822 that had been deeded to him by Peter Stockman with dower signature of Rebecca Stockman (Nby deeds P-2, p. 400). " Source: Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker. 
Stockman, Johannes Peter "John" (I1607198301)
 
213 1) 17 Aug 1812 - 150 Acres, Camping Creek, Colleton Dist, SC.
"Nby Deeds K-151. Jacob Folk of Colleton Dist. to Mary Magdeline Folk of Nby dist. for $500, 100A on small br. of Camping Cr. being part of 150A tract orig gr. to Jacob Folk Senior bd when surveyed N by Jacob Mowers, W by Shibleys, E by Andrew Bowers, & vact. land. Date of sale 17 Aug 1812.
W: Goerge Stockman, Wm Chapman
S: Jacob Folk"
Source: pg 2-15, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

1) 16 Aug 1821 - 150 Acres, Camping Creek, Newberry Dist.
"Nby Deeds P-2, 153. John A Folk of Nby Dist., Planter, to loving sister, Mary Magdeline, wife of David Cannon of same Dist. For Love, good will & affection, 150A on waters of Camping Cr. being 100A orig gr. to Charlotte Roadgeber & 50A being part of (150A) gr. to Jacob Folk Senr & conveyed 17 Aug 1812 by Jacob Folk Junr to Katherine Folk, now Deed. Date of gift 16 Aug 1821.
W: Wm Fulmer, Jacob Dickert
S: John A. Folk"
Source: pg 2-16, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Folk, Mary Magdalene (I1607141272)
 
214 1) 17 Feb 1821 - 2 Slaves.
"17 Feb 1821, Peter Stockman Sr. 'Deed of gift to daughter Elizabeth Suber, wife of Solomon Suber, two Negro boys, Jesse, 5 yrs old and Charles 2 yrs old.' Witnesses were John Riser and John Suber."
Source: pg 2-32, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) 17 Feb 1821 - 217 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
"17 Feb 1821 Peter Stockman Sr for $2500 paid by Elizabeth Suber, wife of Solomon Suber sells 217 acres on Crims Creek 'where I now live (after my dec)' being part of 3 tracts, 1. part of 175 acres original grant of Edward Billinger 4 Jul 1775. 2. part of 86 acres original grant to Bram Swedenberg, 5 or 25 Jun 1786 and 3. part of 17 acres original grant to said Peter Stockman, 2 Feb 1807. Adjacent tracts of land, John Caldwell, Abraham Harril, Henry Stockman, John Folk, and George Stockman. Witnesses John Riser and John Suber."
Source: pg 2-32, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Stockman, Elizabeth (I1607165097)
 
215 1) 17 Feb 1821 - 217 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
a) "17 Feb 1821 Peter Stockman Sr for $2500 paid by Elizabeth Suber, wife of Solomon Suber sells 217 acres on Crims Creek 'where I now live (after my dec)' being part of 3 tracts, 1. part of 175 acres original grant of Edward Billinger 4 Jul 1775. 2. part of 86 acres original grant to Bram Swedenberg, 5 or 25 Jun 1786 and 3. part of 17 acres original grant to said Peter Stockman, 2 Feb 1807. Adjacent tracts of land, John Caldwell, Abraham Harril, Henry Stockman, John Folk, and George Stockman. Witnesses John Riser and John Suber." Source: pg 2-32, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.
b) "On 17 February 1821, Peter Stockman Sr., sold land to Elizabeth Suber, wife of Solomon Suber (Newberry Deeds P-2, p. 5). Deed says land to be Elizabeth Suber's "after my death." Source: Stockman, Johann Engel Fam Bio fm Dutch Fork Fam Bios. 
Stockman, Elizabeth (I1607165097)
 
216 1) 1745/6 - 100 Acres, Saluda River, Craven Co, SC.
"In 1754/1746 - 100 acres situated in Craven County on the waters of the Saluda River (at the present town of Pomaria -- so named about the middle 1800's -- in Newberry County). The land was deeded to Jacob Folk by Jacob Thomalong/Thomas Long? He lived at this place until some time before his death, and then moved to the land described in 2 below [here, item 6 below]. The approach to both of these tracts of alnd was over the Old State Road, on which (near Pomaria) was a stretch known as "Folk's Hill". It was said that if a wgon could move up this incline, it could take any hill on the route. - ('South Carolina Deed Extracts' 1719 - 1772: 'Names in South Carolina', Vol. XXX, Winter 1983, p. 30.) By his will Jacob gave this land to his daughter Elizabeth. The Folk burial ground is located on this tract.
Source: pg 2-13, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) 1756 - 100 Acres, adjacent to Frederick Snipe.
"In 1756, Jacob Folk as "Jacob Volk" bought the adjacent 100 acre grant to Frederick Snipe (Charleston Deeds I-3, p.35)."
Source: Folk, Jacob Family.

3) Date Unk - 50 Acres, adjacent to Casper Fulger.
"Jacob Folk also bought the 50 adjacent grant to Casper Fulger. This land is just southeast of the community of Pomaria."
Source: Folk, Jacob Family.

4) 1756 - 100 Acre Grant, Crims Creek, SC.
a) "The petition for bounty of Jacob Folick was heard at the SC Provincial Council meeting of 4 May 1756 (Council Journal 25:258). He was awarded a 100 acre grant on waters of Crims Cr. but the Colonial record does not indicate how long Jacob Folk had been in S.C. or whether he was married at the time."
Source: Folk, Jacob Family.
b) As a newcomer to South Carolina, Jacob was entitled to a grant of 100 acres of land plus a bounty (needed supplies) for settling on the land. However, he did not apply for this grant until May 4, 1756, and it was issued to him on August 13, 1756... Prior to that time he bought two tracts of land from private parties... - (South Carolina as a Royal Province, McCrady, Vol. II, p. 132; 'Council Journal of Colonial South Carolina' )."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

5) 1756 - 100 Acres, Fork of Broad & Saluda Rivers, SC.
"On August 13, 1756 - 100 acres situated in the Fork of Broad and Saluda Rivers - adjoining lands of Harry Colfin, Christoper Snep/Shnip, Jacob Folk (number 2 above [here, item 6 below] ), and vacant lands. The land was granted to him by George II, King of England. -(Royal Grants, Book 7, p. 122.) By his will, Jacob gave this alnd to his son John Benedict Folk."
Source: pg 2-13, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

6) 1765 - 100 Acres, Saxe Gotha Township, Berkeley Co, SC.
"On 4 & 5 March, 1765, 100 acres situated mostly in Saxe Gotha Township of Berkeley County, and the balance in Santee Fork of Craven County. The land was deeded to Jacob Folk (tanner) by Frederick Shnip (farmer), both of Santee Fork. - ('South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719 - 1772, Book J-3, p. 35.) At the time of writing his will, Jacob was living on this land. Prior to the Revolutionary War, Berkeley County extended southward from Saluda River, while Craven County extended northward from that river. Saxe Gotha Township, a part of Saxe Gotha Parish (later Lexington county), included Fort Congaree and the town of Saxe Gotha near the prsent town of Cayce. -(Lexington County, SC - 'The Dispatch News', issue of July 30, 1970.) By his will Jacob gave this land to his wife Catherine during her life, and after her decease to his son John Benedict Folk."
Source: pg 2-13, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

7) 1770 - 250 Acres, Cannons Creek, Fork of Broad & Saluda Rivers, SC.
"On April 10/11, 1770 - 250 acres situated on a branch of Cannons Creek in the Fork of Broad and Saluda Rivers. The land (known bythe naem of Ulrick Meyer) was deeded to him by Conrac Zompart/Shumpert. - ('South Carolina Deed Extracts', 1719-1772; 'Memorials', Vol II, p. 118.) By his will Jacob gave 150 acres of this land to his son John Adam Folk and 100 acres to his daughter Eve Catherine Folk. ON May 2/4, 1796, John Adam Folk deeded the 150 acres to his brother Jacob Folk, Jr., who on December 24, 1798 - with his wife Mary - deeded the said land to his brother-in-law Henry Koon. - ('Deed Book F', p. 143)."
Source: pg 2-13, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

8) 1772 - 50 Acres, Hollmans Creek, Fork of Broad & Saluda Rivers, SC.
"On January 8/9, 1772 - 50 acres on Hollmans Creek in the Fork of Broad and Saluda Rivers. The land (known by the name of Caspar Fuglar/Zeigler?) was deeded to him by the saidFuglar/Ziegler? - ('South Carolina Deed Abstracts', 1719-1772; 'Memorials', Vol II, p. 118.) By his will Jacob gave this land to his son John Benedict Folk."
Source: pg 2-13/14, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

9) 1772 - 150 Acres, Camping Creek, Craven Co, SC.
"On August 14 1772 - 150 acres on a small branch of Camping Creek in Craven County - adjoining lnands of Jacob Mowaras/Morris?, Shibley, Andrew Bowers, and vacant lands. The land was granted to him by George III, King of England. - ('Royal Grants', Book 26, p. 373.) By his will Jacob gave this land to his son Jacob, Jr. On August 17, 1812, Jacob Folk Jr. deeded 100 acres to his niece Mary Magdalene (daughter of John Adam Folk) and 50 acres to his mother Catherine Folk. -- (Newberry County: 'Deed Book K', pp. 151 and 152.)
Source: pg 2-14, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

10) 1772 - 100 Acres, "adjoining lands of Jacob Folk".
"On August 14 1772 - 100 acres adjoining lands (number 6 [here, #7] above) of Jacob Folk. - The land (known by the name of Sharler Roadgaver) was deeded to him by the said Roadgaver. - ('South Carolina Deed Abstracts', 1719-1772; 'Memorials',). By his will Jacob gve this land to his son Jacob, Jr., who on August 17, 1812, deeded it to his mother, Catherine Folk (Newberry County: 'Deed Book K', p. 152.
Source: pg 2-14, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

11) Date Unk - 100 Acres, Saluda River, Craven Co, SC.
"On - 100 acres on waters of Saluda River in Craven County. The land (known by the name of Barbary Meyer) was deeded to him by the said Meyer - ('South Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1719-1772'; Memorials). By his will, Jacob gave this land to his wife Catherine, and her heirs. - Jacob died on June 20, 1777, his wife then being pregnant with a child, Christina/Tine (born posthumously 1777/1778, and living in 1830), who doubtless was the heir who eventually received the land."
Source: pg 2-14, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Folk, Johann Jacob "John" (I1607141175)
 
217 1) 1790 - "Their names [John Adam Folk and brother, Jacob Folk] do not appear in the 1790 census, wince they probably then werre living as sojourners in the home of some householder."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Folk, John Adam Sr (I1607141179)
 
218 1) 1790 SC Census:

"4 Males over 16
2 Males under 16
3 Females
8 Slaves"

An analysis of who these people might likely be in the 1790 Census:

4 males over 16:
Peter Stockman Sr
John Adam Folk, 20 (son of Catherine & 1st husb, Johan Jacob Folk)
Jacob Folk Jr, 18 (son of Catherine & 1st husb, Johan Jacob Folk)
George Folk, 25 (son of Catherine & Jacob Folk, but he'd be 25 yrs old! If not
George Folk as the 4th male over 16, I'm at a loss to determine who else
the 4th male over 16 would be unless it was a hired hand)
2 Males under 16:
George Stockman, 7 (son of Peter & 1st wife Barbara Mayer)
Peter Stockman Jr, age 1-6 (son of Peter & 2nd wife Catherine Epting)
3 Females:
Catherine Epting, Peter's 2nd wife
Eve Catherine Folk, 14 (dau of Catherine & her 1st husb, Johan Jacob Folk)
Anna Maria Stockman, 14 (dau of Peter Stockman & 1st wife Barbara Mayer)
(Elizabeth Stockman, if her ABt 1792 dob is correct, was not yet born)
8 Slaves:
Bob, 14 (see deeds, 1821)
Simon, 14 (see deeds, 1821)

Source: Steve Mears, Family Tree Compiler.

2) 1790 SC Census: "The family of Peter Stockman of South Carolina is first recorded in the 1790 Census of Newberry County, SC. This census shows:

- 4 Males over 16
- 2 Males under 16
- 3 Females
- 8 Slaves

Who were these individuals who were members of Peter's family? The early census records do not tell US much. The three females are probably the easiest to identify. Peter was married and records indicate that he had three daughters. One daughter, Anna Maria, known as Mary, married Peter Dickert II, son of Michael Dickert according to South Carolina Law Report, Spring term 1858 page 396-401. Another daughter is identified in this same document, Elizabeth, who married Solomon Suber, son of Euriah Suber. This document also identifies a son, George Stockman. The third daughter, Catherine, is identified in a gift deed from Book L page 196 Newberry Co., SC, records.

[analysis:] ...the following possible break down can be made:

- 4 Males over 16 (Peter Stockman Sr., John Folk, Jacob Folk, Peter Stockman, Jr.
- 2 Males under 16 ( George Stockman, ?)
- 3 Females (Wife Catherine, Anna Maria, and daughter DCatherine)
- 8 Slaves (Bob and Simon ?)
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

3) 1810 SC Census. "By the time of the 1810 census (the 1800 census does not seem to have a record for Peter Stockman in it), Peter's household had shrunk. Apparently he was a widower, his last wife, Barbary, was deceased. This census reads:

- 1 Male 16-26 (?)
- 1 Male 45 or < (Peter)
- 1 Female 10-16 (?)
- 1 Female 16-26 (?)

4) 1820 SC Census. "In the 1820 census enumeration of the household of Peter Stockman it may be possible that Solomon Suber and Peter's daughter Elizabeth, along with their children were living with Peter. He subsequently deeded his home to his daughter Elizabeth. In 1821 Peter Stockman, recognizing that age had a hold on him, avoided the process of making a will by preparing gift deeds to hsi children. No dower signature appears on these deeds indicatign that Peter was a widower. In addition to the gift deed dated 19 Feb 1821 reported above in which Peter gave two slaves to his son George Stockman, Peter also completed a gift deed to his daughter Elizabeth"
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Stockman, Johannes Peter "John" (I1607198301)
 
219 1) 20 Oct 1804 - 200 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
" 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 125. Made 20 Oct 1804 and recorded 4 Aug 1821: Peter Stockman (his German signature) for $10 paid by Goerge Stockman for 200 acres orginal grant rederick Sheffer 20 Jan 1773 o Crams creek adjacent to land owned on the southeast by Christopher Reunsrestin? and Wooloreth? ochman?, northeast by Jacob Folk and Henry Habolt?, northwest by Adam Griminger? Witness Peter Dickert and John Hampton. Dower signed on 1 Nov 1804, Barbara, wife of Peter Stockman."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) 17 Aug 1812 - Witness. George Stockman was a witness to 2 deeds dated 17 Aug 1812:
a) "Nby Deeds K-151. Jacob Folk of Colleton Dist. to Mary Magdeline Folk of Nby dist. for $500, 100A on small br. of Camping Cr. being part of 150A tract orig gr. to Jacob Folk Senior bd when surveyed N by Jacob Mowers, W by Shibleys, E by Andrew Bowers, & vact. land. Date of sale 17 Aug 1812.
W: Goerge Stockman, Wm Chapman
S: Jacob Folk"
Source: pg 2-15, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.
b) "Nby Deeds K-152. Jacob Folk of colleton Dist to catherine Folk of Nby Dist. For $500, 150A on waters of Camping Cr. bieng part of 2 tracts: 100A orig gr. to Charlotte Roadgeber; 50A tract which was part of 150A gr to Jacob Folk Senr. & being part next to line running SE & bd. on Shibley's land.
Date of Sale 17 Aug 1812.
W: George Stockman, Wm Chapman.
S: Jacob Folk"
Source: pg 2-15, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

3) 19 Feb 1821 - 2 Slaves.
" 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 124. Made 19 Feb 1821 and recorded 1 Aug 1821: Peter Stockman Sr deed of gift" ... to my son George Stockman for $1 paid to me. I give to said George Stockman after my death two Negro men, Bob, age 45 and Simon, age 45." Witness Samuel D. Cannon and David Cannon, Sr."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

3) 19 Feb 1821 - 80 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
" 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 124. Made 19 Feb 1821 and recorded 4 Aug 1821: Peter Stockman Sr (his German signature) for $100 paid by Goerge Stockman 30 acres part of 80 (or 86?) acres original grant Aberher A. Swedenburn 5 Jun 1786 adjacent to land owned by Elizabeth Suber, John Folk, and said Goerge Stockman, on Crims Creek per resurvey plat. Witness David Cannon Sr. and Samuel D. Cannon."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Stockman, John George (I1607164945)
 
220 1) 20 Oct 1804 - 200 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
" 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 125. Made 20 Oct 1804 and recorded 4 Aug 1821: Peter Stockman (his German signature) for $10 paid by Goerge Stockman for 200 acres orginal grant rederick Sheffer 20 Jan 1773 o Crams creek adjacent to land owned on the southeast by Christopher Reunsrestin? and Wooloreth? ochman?, northeast by Jacob Folk and Henry Habolt?, northwest by Adam Griminger? Witness Peter Dickert and John Hampton. Dower signed on 1 Nov 1804, Barbara, wife of Peter Stockman."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) 18 May 1812 - Stockman's Meeting House/Church, Newberry, SC.
"On 18 May 1812, George Stockman sold land for a Methodist Church, known as Stockman's Meeting house. (Nby deeds K-154). This church was abandoned after the Civil War." Source: Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker.

3) 19 Feb 1821 - 80 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
" 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 124. Made 19 Feb 1821 and recorded 4 Aug 1821: Peter Stockman Sr (his German signature) for $100 paid by Goerge Stockman 30 acres part of 80 (or 86?) acres original grant Aberher A. Swedenburn 5 Jun 1786 adjacent to land owned by Elizabeth Suber, John Folk, and said Goerge Stockman, on Crims Creek per resurvey plat. Witness David Cannon Sr. and Samuel D. Cannon."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

4) 28 Oct 1822 - 255 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
" 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 400. Made 28 Oct 1822 recorded 4 Nov 1822: George Stockman for $2000 paid by John Folk for 255 acres part of 3 tracts: 1) part of 200 acres grant Frederick Sheffer 2) Part of 86 acres original grant Peter Stockman, Dec. Adjacent land owners at this time, John Caldwell, Martin Riser, widow Clap, Adam Folk, John Folk, and Solomon Suber on Crims Creek of Broad River. [There is no item '3)' referred to to describe the 3rd tract] Witnesses John A Folk and Solomon Suber. dower signed by Rebecca, wife of George Stockman 28 Oct 1822."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

5) 1822, Crims Creek, SC.
a) "George Stockman sold land on br. of Crims CR. in 1822 that had been deeded to him by Peter Stockman with dower signature of Rebecca Stockman (Nby deeds P-2, p. 400). " Source: Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker.
b) "George Stockman sold land on branch of Crims Creek in 1822 that he been deeded to him by Peter Stockman with dower signature of Rebecca Stockman (Newberry Deeds P-2, p. 400)." Source: Stockman, Johann Engel Fam Bio fm Dutch Fork Fam Bios. 
Stockman, John George (I1607164945)
 
221 1) 20 Oct 1804 - 200 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
" 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 125. Made 20 Oct 1804 and recorded 4 Aug 1821: Peter Stockman (his German signature) for $10 paid by Goerge Stockman for 200 acres orginal grant rederick Sheffer 20 Jan 1773 o Crams creek adjacent to land owned on the southeast by Christopher Reunsrestin? and Wooloreth? ochman?, northeast by Jacob Folk and Henry Habolt?, northwest by Adam Griminger? Witness Peter Dickert and John Hampton. Dower signed on 1 Nov 1804, Barbara, wife of Peter Stockman."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) 17 Feb 1821 - 2 Slaves.
"17 Feb 1821, Peter Stockman Sr. 'Deed of gift to daughte Elizabeth Suber, wife of Solomon Suber, two Negro boys, Jesse, 5 yrs old and Charles 2 yrs old.' Witnesses were John Riser and John Suber."
Source: pg 2-32, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

3) 17 Feb 1821 - 217 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
"17 Feb 1821 Peter Stockman Sr for $2500 paid by Elizabeth Suber, wife of Solomon Suber sells 217 acres on Crims Creek 'where I now live (after my dec)' being part of 3 tracts, 1. part of 175 acres original grant of Edward Billinger 4 Jul 1775. 2. part of 86 acres original grant to Bram Swedenberg, 5 or 25 Jun 1786 and 3. part of 17 acres original grant to said Peter Stockman, 2 Feb 1807. Adjacent tracts of land, John Caldwell, Abraham Harril, Henry Stockman, John Folk, ahd George Stockman. Witnesses John Riser and John Suber."
Source: pg 2-32, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.



4) 19 Feb 1821. " 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 124. Made 19 Feb 1821 and recorded 1 Aug 1821: Peter Stockman Sr deed of gift" ... to my son George Stockman for $1 apd to me. I give to said George Stockman after my death two Negro men, Bob, age 45 and Simon, age 45." Witness Samuel D. Cannon and David Cannon, Sr."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

5) 19 Feb 1821 - 80 Acres, Crims Creek, SC.
" 'Newberry County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Book P2 1821-1822 and Plats by Glends Bundrick and David Sease ... Book P2 page 124. Made 19 Feb 1821 and recorded 4 Aug 1821: Peter Stockman Sr (his German signature) for $100 paid by Goerge Stockman 30 acres part of 80 (or 86?) acres original grant Aberher A. Swedenburn 5 Jun 1786 adjacent to land owned by Elizabeth Suber, John Folk, and said George Stockman, on Crims Creek per resurvey plat. Witness David Cannon Sr. and Samuel D. Cannon."
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

6) "Before his death Peter Stockman deeded his property away to children and to stepson, John Adam Folk, His last deed was made 7 Feb 1821." Source: Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker. 
Stockman, Johannes Peter "John" (I1607198301)
 
222 1) 2nd Wife. Sources:
a) Folk, David Desc by Mary Weaver Garcia
b) "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) 1st Wife. "Patty Cooper's letter states that Eve Margaret Dickert was his first wife..." Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.


2) "Married by Reverend Andrew Lorete, Minister of the Dutch Presbyterian Church in Newberry Co., SC, USA" Source: ?

3) "m. 23 Oct 1798, (by Rev. Andrew Lorenz) Eve Margaret Dickert, b. 1780, d. 3 Sep 1811, d/o Michael Dickert, Sr. and Margaret Cromer Sigler." Source: The Jacob Folk Family. 
Family F2082449758
 
223 1) 8 Jul 1775 - Husband, Jacob Folk's lands in will, Ninety-Six Dist, South Carolina, USA.
Will Abstract of husband, Johann Jacob Folk: "Jacob Folck. Ninety Six District, tanner. Wife: Catherine, land on Saluda River, Craven County, called 'Barbary Meyer,' use of my plantation where I now live during her life. Sons: eldest John Benedict. said plantation at death of my wife, land next called 'Jacob Folck' land on Hollmon's Creek called 'Casper Fugler,' part of land called 'Ulrick Meyer' on branch of Common's Creek; Jacob, land on branch of Camping Creek granted me, land granted Sharlos(?) Roadgaver. Daus: Eve Catherine, part of land called "Ulrick Meyer;' Elizabeth, land on Saluda River in Craven County granted to Jacob Thomalong. Exors: John Benedict Koon and Ulrick Meyer. Wit: John Sheely, his mark; Michael Leitner. D: 8 July 1775. P: nd. R: nd. p.377."
Source: Folk, Johann Jacob Will Abstract.

2) 15 Aug 1801 - 100 Acres, Camping Creek, SC.
"Nby Deeds O-52. Matthew Smith to George Wheeler. 100A on Camping Cr. adj. Barbara Shoemaker orig gr. to Barbara Sitemore (alias) Barbara Monts. L&R'd to Jacob Fulk & by his LWT to relict Catherine afterward wife of Peter Stockman who transferred to Mattnew Smith. Date of sale 15 Aug 1801."
Source: pg 2/15, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

3) 17 Aug 1812 - 100 Acres.
"Nby Deeds K-152. Jacob Folk of colleton Dist to Catherine Folk of Nby Dist. For $500, 150A on waters of Camping Cr. bieng part of 2 tracts: 100A orig gr. to Charlotte Roadgeber; 50A tract which was part of 150A gr to Jacob Folk Senr. & being part next to line running SE & bd. on Shibley's land.
Date of Sale 17 Aug 1812.
W: George Stockman, Wm Chapman.
S: Jacob Folk"
Source: pg 2-15, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Epting, Elizabeth Catharina "Catherine" (I1607141176)
 
224 1) Cited by Pike Thomas who cites 1) Hiers Research Committee, James L Hiers, Chairman, Hiers Family Genealogy, Columbia, RL Bryan Co, 1974, p251, 2) tombstone. Folk, Johann Jacob "John, Jake" Sr, Jr (I1607141173)
 
225 1) Had 7 children. Source: Folks in America 1740 - 1967.

2) 8th child (name unknown) married to Kibbler, added by _____________, Source: _________.

3) Birthplace of all children of Johann Jacob Folk & Catherine Elizabeth Epting extrapolated from land purchase in Crims Creek area in May 1756 and will disposing of land in same area in 1777. Source: Steve Mears

4) According to source, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk [possibly/apparently quoting Joseph Earle Steadman], Jacob Folk was married to Pamona Koon/Coon from 1745-176? and his first 2 children (sons John Benedict and Henry Middleton Folk) were borne by his first wife, Pamona. Source: Steve Mears, Family Tree Compiler. 
Family F2082449756
 
226 1) I've listed Anna Maria Stockman as a child of Peter Stockman and his first wife (whoever Peter's first wife was) as well as Catherine Epting, his 2nd wife. I'm still trying to establish the date of marriage of Peter and Catherine. My listing George as a child of Peter's 1st wife is based on Peter and Catherine marrying abt 1784, the year Peter became legal guardian of the Folk children Catherine had with her 1st husband, Johann Jacob Folk. While the Folk book (source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk) indicates that all of Peter Stockman's children were born by Catherine Epting, I think that at least the first child, Anna Maria Stockman, and probably more of Peter's children were probably born by Peter's first wife as Anna Maria Stockman is born 7 Apr 1776, more than a year before Johann Jacob Folk died, 20 Jun 1777. Source: Steve Mears.

2) Source, Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker, lists Anna Maria Stockman & John George Stockman as children of Peter Stockman and Catherine Epting (Folk).

3) "Peter Dickert, born about 1773, died 1854, married Anna Maria Stockman, born 7 April 1783, died 19 April 1850, daughter of Peter Stockman and Catherine Epting Folk." Source: Seigler, Carolus Family at Dutch Fork Fam Bios.

4) "Peter Dickert, b. ca 1773, d. 1854, m. Anna Maria Stockman, b. 7 Apr 1783, d. 19 Apr 1850, d/o Peter Stockman and Catherine Epting Folk, widow of Jacob Folk." Source: Dickert, Peter Family Bio fm Dutch Fork Family Bios. 
Stockman, Anna Maria "Mary" (I1607165813)
 
227 1) I've listed George Stockman as a child of Peter Stockman and his first wife (whoever Peter's first wife was) rather than Catherine Epting, his 2nd wife. I'm still trying to establish the date of marriage of Peter and Catherine. My listing George as a child of Peter's 1st wife is based on Peter and Catherine marrying abt 1784, the year Peter became legal guardian of the Folk children Catherine had with her 1st husband, Johann Jacob Folk. If Catherine Elizabeth Epting (Folk) was either living with or married to Johannes Peter Stockman sometime between the death of her first husband, Johan Jacob Folk, who died in 1777 and the date that Johannes Peter Stockman became the formal guardian for Catherine's children from her former marriage to Jacob Folk, then George Stockman could be the child of the union of Johannes Peter Stockman and Catherine Elizabeth Epting.
Source: Steve Mears, Family Tree Compiler.

2) Several deeds (see deed event, this record) identify George Stockman as a son of Peter Stockman. Source: Steve Mears.

3) "Hannah Dickert, born about 1782, married (as first wife) John George Stockman, born about 1783, son of Peter Stockman and Catherine Epting Folk." Source: Seigler, Carolus Family at Dutch Fork Fam Bios. 
Stockman, John George (I1607164945)
 
228 1) In an 1804 Deed, George sold land to John Folk (his step-brother), and "his wife who signed the dower was Rebecca" [see deeds event this record].
Source: Epting, Catherine Elizabeth & Johann P Stockman by Stockman Fam Newsletter.

2) In a 28 Oct 1822 deed, Rebecca is listed as dower and wife of George Stockman [see deeds event this record].
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

3) Also married Hannah Dickert? Probably not.
a) "George Stockman, son of Peter Stockman, has been identified by Yancey Dickert in his book, 'A History and Genealogy of Peter Dickert of South Carolina' as the George Stockman wo married Hannah Dickert and then moved to Alabama. Inspection of the deeds in the Newberry County records casts some doubt on this information."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.
b) "A John George Stockman and wife Rebecca moved to perry County Alabama where they were enumerated in the 1850 census. John George was 67 yrs old or born ca 1782. His wife Rebecca was 56 yrs old."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.
This information would seem to support George Stockman moving to Alabama with a wife, but support that wife being Rebecca, not Hannah Dickert. Source: Steve Mears. 
Family F2082458142
 
229 1) It is generally accepted that Catherine Epting and Peter Stockman had 2 children together:
1 - Anna Maria Stockman
2 - John George Stockman

2) In support of this:
a) 4) "Peter Dickert, b. ca 1773, d. 1854, m. Anna Maria Stockman, b. 7 Apr 1783, d. 19 Apr 1850, d/o Peter Stockman and Catherine Epting Folk, widow of Jacob Folk." Source: Dickert, Peter Family Bio fm Dutch Fork Family Bios.


3) Contradicting this:
a) "Peter Stockman had several more children. I believe all of them are half siblings to the children of Jacob Folk. George Stockman, Catherine Stockman, and Elizabeth Stockman as well as possible a Peter Stockman Jr. round out the family."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Family F2082475430
 
230 1) It is likely that John Adam Folk, then about 20, and Johann Jacob Folk Jr, age about 18, were living with Catherina Elizabeth Epting & Peter Stockman in 1790 as the 1790 SC Census shows 4 white males age 16 and over. These would likely be Peter Stockman and his son from a previous marriage, George Stockman, and also John Adam Folk & Johann Jacob Folk Jr. The 1790 Census for Peter Stockman is for Newberry Co, Ninety-Six District (See "Census" event under marriage for Peter Stockman and Catherine Eliz Epting/Folk for Census information). Source: Steve Mears

2) "He lived in Pomaria until his death. ... John Adam Folk resided 'a short distance from the site of the town o Tanner's Hill, known to wagoners prior to 1850 as Folk's Hill.' Wagoners traveling from the dutch Fork to markets in Charleston, with wagons laden with tobacco or cotton, would not expect any further trouble with up-grade climbing if they succeeded in negotiating Folk's Hill." Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton. 
Folk, John Adam Sr (I1607141179)
 
231 1) John Folk, the original of the family of that name, resided a short distance from the site of the town on Tanner's Hill, known to wagoners prior to 1850 as Folk's Hill. It has been said that when wagoners left home with wagons loaded with cotton or tobacco for market in Charleston if they succeeded in getting up Folk's Hill they would have no more trouble. Mr. Folk left two children by his first marriage, John A. and a daughter who became the wife of David Cannon and the mother of John A. Cannon. By a second marriage there were five children who grew to maturity: John Wesley, David and Levi E. – daughters Elizabeth Graham and Eve Busby, mother of Prof. D. B. and Rev. L. E. Busby, one a teacher of youth and the other a Lutheran minister.”
Source: The Annals of Newberry, Part Second by John A. Chapman, A. M. Originally published Newberry, South Carolina 1892. Reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1975 (929.3757). p551.

2) “J. A. folk and Sons did a large business as merchants at Pomaria until the year 1855, when they were succeeded by Thomas W. Holloway and his brother-in-law, H. H. Folk, who continued until Secession and the war.”
Source: The Annals of Newberry, Part Second by John A. Chapman, A. M. Originally published Newberry, South Carolina 1892. Reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1975 (929.3757).

3) “The late John A. Folk owned the land upon which the town of Pomaria was built. He died in 1855, leaving three sons and two daughters, J. D. A., Dr. H. M., H. H., Martha, the wife of Thomas W. Holloway, and Eustatia, half-sister of the above who was married to John David Wedeman, who died leaving two sons.”
Source: The Annals of Newberry, Part Second by John A. Chapman, A. M. Originally published Newberry, South Carolina 1892. Reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1975 (929.3757). p550. 
Folk, John Adam Jr (I1607141206)
 
232 1) Land Grant of 250 Acres in Saxagotha Township.

"Johan Adam Epting is Examined

250 Acres of Land in Saxagotha
Free of Charge & Bounty
for three persons
is Ordered him

Johan Adam Epting being Examined declared that his Family Consisted of five persons, for whom be payed the usual quantity of Land and Bounty.
Ordered
That the Deputy Secretary hereby make out a Warrant to the Surveyor General for Admeasuring and laying out to the said Johan Adam Epting Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land in or near Saxagotha Township, and that the Commissary General pay the Charge thereof, and likewise give the said Johan Adam Epting, the Bounty, for three, which is provided and Allowed by this Government to foreign Protestants becoming new Settlers in the Townships."

Source: A copy of the above land grant of 250 acres is provided by Rev Dr Robert E H Peeples to Virginia Aban, who provided a copy to the Family Tree Compiler, Steve Mears, who transcribed the handwritten document.

In 1749 Saxagotha Township, also referred to as the Dutch Fork area, where Johann's land grant was located, was situated in one of the Proprietary Counties, probably Colleton, but possibly Berkely or even Granville, all which extended from the South Carolina coast inland. The land grant simultaneously existed in one of the early Anglican Church Parishes in existence during this time, the boundaries of which also served as election district lines. The parish could have been any of Prince William, St Bartholomew's, St George, St james or St Johns, all of which existed from the coast inland, and none of which I can discern on any of my maps far enough inland to determine which parish Saxagotha Township was located. If I had to guess (and it is a guess only) which parish the land grant existed in in 1749, I'd guess St John's Parish due to Johann later leaving some of his land to St John's Lutheran Church. In guessing so I'm assuming that there is a relationship between the names of St John's Lutheran Church and St John's Parish. In 1768 St Matthew's Parish was formed from some of the earlier parishes, and this "new" parish probably contained Johann Epting's land grant at that time. In 1769 Ninety Six District was formed, which of course contained Johann's land. Then in 1785 Newberry County, containing Johann's land, was formed as a part of Ninety-Six District, and while the districts have since disappeared, Newberry County remains and is the modern location of Johann Adam Eptings's original land grant. Source: Steve Mears, referencing "Maps Tracing the Formation of Counties in South Carolina."

2) Granted 250 acres in Dutch Fork area, Newberry Co., SC, USA. Source: unrecorded.

3) "John Adam Epting & wife Barbara had 250-acre grant 28 Nov 1749 on Crim Creek; he gave the land for St. John's Lutheran church: died 1767. Source: Rev Dr Robert E H Peeples.

4) "The 250 acre land grant of John Adam Epting was near St. John's Lutheran Church, Pomaria, S.C. indicating, at that time, a family of five. In 1763 John Adam Epting with Peter Dickert obtained the 100 acre land grant for St. John's Lutheran Church (Pomaria)." Source: Epting, John Adam Fam Bio at Dutch Fork Fam Bios.

5) Johann Adam Epting took his family and settled on 250 acres granted to John Adam on 20 October 1749 in the Dutch Fork area of S.C. near Pomeria on Crims Creek. Johann's family included his wife Barbara Osiander and probably three children, Catherine, age 10, Anna Mary*, age about 5, and Jacob, age about 4. [There are discrepencies in some dates and Anna Mary's virth year is not clear]."
Source: Epting Family by Rick Epting.

6) "Granted 250 acres in Dutch Fork area, Newberry Co., SC, USA."


7) "Granted 250 Acres In Dutch Fork, SC Area" 
Hebding, Capt Johann Adam "John" Sr (I1607141183)
 
233 1) Spring 1822. "by 28 October 1822 Peter Stockman was deceased as is attested to by the deed made by his son George on that date... The South Carolina Law Report for the years 1859-60 states that Peter Stockman died in the spring of 1822"
Source: Epting, Catherine Elizabeth & Johann P Stockman by Stockman Fam Newsletter.

2) Bef 28 Oct 1822. "By 28 Oct 1822 Peter Stockman was deceased a is attested to by the deed made by his son George on that date ... The South Carolina Law Report for the years 1859-60 states that Peter Stockman died in the spring of 1822."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Stockman, Johannes Peter "John" (I1607198301)
 
234 1) The case for a dob after 1749 hinges on information provided by source, "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton, who states only 4 children of Johann Adam Hebding and Christina Barbara Osiander, Catharina, Johann Georg, Johann Jacob, and Matthias, were 'listed in the Rötenberg church registry', and therefore,born in Germany, before the family emigrated to America in 1749. Therefore, the most likely dob for Anna Marie is aft 1749; i.e., she was born after the family arrived in America, and her most likely pob is the Dutch Fork area.
Source: Steve Mears, family tree compiler. 
Epting, Anna Marie "Mary" (I1606736367)
 
235 1) The Stockman Newsletter and also "Descendants of Jacob Folk" provide that Catherine Epting was Peter Stockman's wife from Abt 1784 to some time between 1795-1799. In doing this, it cites Catherine as Peter's wife in 1795 ("Peter Stockman sold land on 25 Dec 1795 to John Uriah Wicker and his wife Catherine signed the Dower.), and Barbara was his wife in 1799 ("In 1799 when John Zeigler died, Peter Stockman and Barbara Stockman were appointed administrators of his estate."). The newsletter goes on to conclude that Catherine probably died during this time frame. While this certainly adds support to the 1800 date of death for Catherine, I would like to add however the possibility of divorce, as there are plenty of references to Catherine epting's dod as 1821. Source: Steve Mears. Epting, Elizabeth Catharina "Catherine" (I1607141176)
 
236 1) Vol 4, 1840-1858, Sec 1, Pg 120, Newberry County Wills.
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) "WILL of JOHN ADAM FOLK, Jr.

South Carolina
Newberry District

I, John A. Folk of the District & State aforesaid being of sound and disposing -mind & memory do make and ordain this to be my last will and testament in manner & form following that is to say;

First, I will all my just debts and funeral expenses to be paid.

Second, Should my choses in action, accounts & cash on hand at my death be Insufficient to pay my debts, then I order my executors here in after named to sell enough of property to the same.

Third, It is my desire that the marriage contract made & executed between and my wife Christena, on the 27th day of June 1840, stand as the agreement between me and the said Christena as to the property contained therein and intended to be encluded there in.

Fourth, I will to my daughter Eustatia the sum of five hundred dollars, over and above the share of my other children, because they received each about that sum from their grandfather John Folk.

Fifth, Should my grand son Augustus Kibler live to the age of twenty one years, then I will that my Executors pay him the sum of five hundred dollars.

Sixth, It is my will that, if my wife Christena should outlive me, she shall then have either one third of my land during her life, or one sixth of their value absolutely, as she ay choose; if she takes one third of the lands during life then the same shall return to my estate, and be divided in the same manner as shall be directed for my estate in a subsequent clause of this will.

Seventh, It is my will and desire, that my whole estate, both and real and personal, after the requisetions [sic] of the six preceeding clauses ar carried into effect, shall be divided equally share & share alike between my six children viz. J. D. L. Folk, H. M. Folk, William O. Folk, H. H. Folk, Martha H. L. F. Folk and Eustatia A. Folk or their issue should any child die leaving issue, and that my executors shall, at their discretion, make he division of my real & personal estate, either by sale or partition, and equalizing the shares of each one, so that, in the final settlement each share shall be equal in value.

Seventh [sic, repeated], I hereby authorize my executors to keep my estate together for five years after my death, before they make division and partition of the same, unless they deem it best, in their discretion, to close it earlier, or to continue it longer.

Eighth, It is my will that the specific legacy and the share to which my daughter Eustatia A. will be entitled under this my will shall go to my other children, named in the sixth clause of this my will, or their issue as the case may be, provided my said daughter Eustatia A. should die without issue.

Ninth, I appoint my sons, John D. L. Folk, Wm. O. Folk & H. H. Folk the executors of this my last will and testament.

I witness whereof I have here unto set my hand & Seal. This 14th September 1850

Signed, Sealed & acknowledged by John A. Folk as his last will & testament in our presence.

The reassures in the 7th & 8th clauses and the interlineations 'shall go' in the 8th clause made before the signing

J. A. Folk (L S)

Simeon Fair

T Caldwell Higg

Henry Summer
Recorded In Will Book No. 1. Page 209 'Records of Wills'
Proved July 9 - 1855
Recorded October 11 - 1855
E. P. Lake. Ordinary of Newberry District
Box 100 Pkg 263 Est. No. 2488"

Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Folk, John Adam Jr (I1607141206)
 
237 1) Will transcription.

"WILL of JACOB FOLCK

In the Name of God Amen I Jacob Folck [sic] of South Carolina Craven County Ninety Six District Tanner being Sick and weak in Body of perfect Mind and Memory thanks be given unto God Therefore calling unto mind the Mortality of my Body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Die do make & ordain this my last Will and Testament that is to Say Principally and first of all I give and recommend my Soul into the Hands of Almighty God that Gave it and my Body I recommend to the Earth to be Buried in Decent Christian Burial at the Discretion of my Executors nothing Doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the Mighty power of God and as touching such Worldly Estate wherewith it has Pleased God to Bleƒs [sic] me in this Life I give Devise and dispose of the same in the following Manner and form First I give and bequeath to Catharine my Dearly beloved Wife a Feather Bed Coled [sic] hers Allso [sic] one hundred Acres of land Situate on the Waters of Saludy River in Craven County / known by the Name of Barbary Meyer / and Allso the third part of my Personal Estate to her and her heirs Allso I give During her life a Negro Boy Named Sam [Sem?] and a Negro Girl named Nancie also to use & Continue on my Plantation whereon I now live During her life But after my Wifes Decease the said Plantation whereon I now live is to be and remain to my well beloved Eldest Son John Benedict to him and his heirs but the Two Negros after my s. d [sic] Wifes Decease is to be Equally Shares [sic] with the Increase Between my Children
Secondly I give and Bequeath unto my well beloved Eldest Son John Benedict after my Wifes Decease the above Mentioned Plantation Containing One One [sic] hundred Acres of Land with all the implements thereon I allso give him one hundred acres. adjoining the sd. plantation (known by the name of Jacob Folck) Allso an other tract of fifty acres of Land laying on Hollmons Creek (by the Name of Casper Fulger) Allso an Equal Share of my Personal Estate to him and his Heirs & freely to be Poƒseƒsed [sic] and Enjoyed
Thirdly I give and Bequeath to my well beloved Son John One Hundred and fifty Acres of Land, being part of 250 Acres Tract (Known by the Name of Ulrick Meyer) lying on a Branch of Cannons Creek Also an Equal Share of my Personal Estate To him and his heirs and freely to be Poƒseƒsed and Enjoyed
Fourthly I give and Bequeath to my well beloved Daughter Eve Catharine one hundred Acres of Land being part of the above mentioned Two hundred and fifty Acres of Land (of the Name of Ulrick Meyer) and the said tract of Land is to be Divided, between my Son John & Daughter Eve Catharine Acroƒs the Branch (Also an Equal Share of my Personal Estate, To her & her heirs & freely to be Poƒsf____ [sic- Possessed?] and Enjoyed
Fifthly I give and Bequeath to my well beloved Son Jacob One hundred and fifty Acres of Land Situate laying on a Small Branch of Camping Creek Granted in the Name of Jacob Folck Also another tract of One hundred Acres of Land adjoining the sd. [sic] 150 Acres of Land Granted in the Name of Sharlos [Sharles or Charles?] Roadgaver, Also an Equal Share of my Personal Estate To him and his heirs and freely to be poƒseƒsed and Enjoyed
Sixthly I give and bequeath to my well beloved Daughter Elisabith [sic] One hundred Acres of Land Situate & laying in Craven County on the Waters of Saludy River Granted in the Name of Jacob Thomalong [Thomas Long?] Also an Equal Share of my Personal Estate To her & her heirs and freely to be Poƒseƒsed and Enjoyed
– I Likewise constitute make and Ordain John Benedict Koon and Ulrick Meyer my Executors of this my last Will and Testament, And I do hereby Utterly Disallow Revoke & Disannul all & every other former Testaments, Wills Legacies, Bequests and Executors by me & in any ways before Named, Willed & bequeathed, ratifying & Confirming this and no other to be my last Will & Testament
In Witneƒs whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & Seal This Sixth Day of July in the year of Our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and Seventy Five ---

Signed Sealed published Pronounced Jacob Folck (LS)
& Declared by the said Jacob Folck
as his last Will & Testament in
the presence of US -------------------------

his
John X Sheely
Mark

Michael Leitner

Recorded in Will Book 1774 – 1779
Recorded on Page 377"

“Charleston Wills vol. 17, pp. 506-508” Appears on the right side of each transcribed page:]


[Notes by Family Tree Compiler: This will of Jacob Folck was graciously provided to me by Mary Weaver Garcia. The will, on receipt, was already transcribed and typed; the transcriber is unknown to me. I have tried to faithfully recreate the transcription, to include any typos or other errors I may have detected, placing my own notes or comments in square brackets like so: [ ] ; all of the square brackets are added by me; no square brackets appeared in the original transcription.. I have tried to faithfully copy the apparently odd capitalization (Capitalizing nouns is a German language trait), “ƒs” where we now use “ss”, and lack of punctuation, notably the curious lack of almost all periods at the end of apparent sentences, which I presume is what the original transcriber also did. This will not of course explain any errors I may have added to the document with my own transcription, for which I apologize in advance. Steve Mears, Family Tree Subscriber.

2) Will Abstract:

"Jacob Folck. Ninety Six District, tanner. Wife: Catherine, land on Saluda River, Craven County, called 'Barbary Meyer,' use of my plantation where I now live during her life. Sons: eldest John Benedict. said plantation at death of my wife, land next called 'Jacob Folck' land on Hollmon's Creek called 'Casper Fugler,' part of land called 'Ulrick Meyer' on branch of Common's Creek; Jacob, land on branch of Camping Creek granted me, land granted Sharlos(?) Roadgaver. Daus: Eve Catherine, part of land called "Ulrick Meyer;' Elizabeth, land on Saluda River in Craven County granted to Jacob Thomalong. Exors: John Benedict Koon and Ulrick Meyer. Wit: John Sheely, his mark; Michael Leitner. D: 8 July 1775. P: nd. R: nd. p.377." Source: Folk - Johann Jacob Folk Will Abstract - by Judy Schrader.

3) The will of Jacob Folk is dated 6 Jul 1775 (Charleston Wills TT-377) naming his children and wife, Catherine. He left to son, John Benedict, land called Jacob Folck on Hollman's (Crim's) Cr. Source: The Jacob Folk Family.

4) "INventory of the goods and Chattels of the Estate of Jacob Folk late of the fork between Broad & Saludy rivers, Tanner Deceased - - - We the Subscribers do certify that we have duly appraized the goods and chattels of Jacob Folk Deceas'd duly apprais'd this 4th of December 1777 - - - - -

To 19 head of Cattle Big and small £5, pr. Head £95"--"--
To 7 head Sheep @ £3 pr. Hea
d 21"--"--
To 1 Grey horse £26, To 1 Grey mare and bell £30 56"--"--
To Bay horse £18, To 1 bay mare & Colt and bell £18 36"--"--
To 1 Black horse £30, 2 Sawes and Picks 5 35"--"--
To 11 head of Hogg
s 22"--"--
To 1 Grind Ston
e 3"10"--
To 3 Plows and Swingle Trees & Cleveses 15"--"--
To 7 bee hives £ 12.5 To 40 Bushells of Oats £15 27"5"--
To 40 Ditto Corn £20, to 6 Sifters £4 24"--"--
To 8 Sack Baggs £8, To 4 sikles £1 9"--"--
To 3 Curring Knoves £4. 12 iron instruments call'd moon £1 5"--"--
To 2 scraping knives £1, To 1 steel 2/6, to 1 clam 2/6 1"5"--
To 1 leather pinchers £1, To some old Truck 2/6 1"2"6
To 1 pair Stillyards £3, to 4 horse collars and Traces £4 7"--"--
To 1 old cart £2, to 1 iron chain £1, to 1 old saddles £4 7"--"--
___________

Carried Over £ 365"2"6

Brought Over £ 365"2"6

To 3 old Bridles 10/, 2 bells and collars £4, to 3 felling axes £7.10 12:--"--
To 2 Drawing knift 7/6, to 2 small exes 30/, to 5 weeding hoes £5 6"17"6
To 1 old Cruping Hoe 10/, To 1 Sith & wet Stone, 1.12.6 1 Curry come 5/ 2"7"6
To 2 Brass hook 10/. 7 old flower barrels 1.15.2 10 galln. kegs 25/ 3s"10"
To 5 pales 1/17/6 13 flour barrels £3.5 Iron wedges 1.10 6"12"6
To 8 spades & Iron fork 1.17.6 1 brass kettle £2, To 3 Iron potts £7 10"17"6
To 1 pan 10/. 1 Tea kettle £2, 1 small pann 7/6 2"17"6
To 1 tea kennister 2/6. 1 scum ladle & iron flesh fork 15/ 17"6
To 2 iron pott hangers and chane 1.5/, 2 smoothing irons 15/ 2"--"--
To 1/2 dozn knives & forks 20/, 6 Butter Basons £3 4"--"--
To 1/2 doz pewter plates £2, a few earthern dishes 15/ 2"15"--
To 1 spoon mould & ladle £2, 2 doz spoons 30/ 3"10"--
To 2 stone Juggs 1.10/ 1 Bed & Cover £10 1 Bolster & pillow £3 14"10"--
To 2 Chaff Bagg & Sheet £3, to 1 old Bedstead 10/ 3"10"--
To 1 other bed & Cover £9, 1 straw bag, bolster 1 sheet £5 14"--"--
To 1 straw bag £1, 1 Bedstead £1.5, 1 Chaff Bagg 12/ 2"17"6
To 1 pr Cotton Cards £1.5, 1 large dutch bible £12 13"5"--
____________

Brought Forward £472"19"6

To 2 other dutch books .1. 1 flax spinning wheel £3 4"--"--
To 1 Cover or of safe £4, to 1 Gest or Trunk 1.5/ 1 Coffee mill £2 7"5"--
To 5 half Hogs head
s 2"5"--
To 1 old Hogshea
d 0"10"--
To Three Tobes 15/ To 4 old Barrells £1 1"15"--
To Four Gees £
2 2"--"--
To Four Gears £1.1
0 1"10"--
To 1 old and a new tabl
e £3"10"00
The amount of green hides that is in the tan yard together with
the Dressed Leather now in possession at all done comes to £131"--"--
To 1 table Clot
h £1.10
To 2 Augers, 1 large Gimlet & a claw hammer 1"10"--
To One Butter Chur
n 10"--
To Cas
h 87"8"9
To by notes to the estat
e 82"15"--
To by Book account to the estat
e 455"19"--
____________

To 2 negroes a boy and a Girl not apprais'd £ 1256" 7" 3

Certified by US the Subscribers
Dickers Michael Dickert |
JP John Switzenbarg | Appraizers
George Litzey | duly
John Follmer | Sworn"

Source: pg 2-18/20, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) "The will of Jacob Folk is dated 6 July 1775 (Charleston Wills TT-377)." Source: Epting, John Adam Fam Bio at Dutch Fork Fam Bios. 
Folk, Johann Jacob "John" (I1607141175)
 
238 1) "The Folk family is traditionally descended from the Fulks (or Foulques),count of Anjou, of Ancient France. They are directly descended from a French Huguenot King of France, as is bourne out by French, German and dutch records of the family. In 1740-1741, Jacob Folk and several brothers (probably with their parents) came to America from Winningstedt, Holland or Williamstadt, Germany and settled in the Dutch Fork of Newberry County, S.C. (Annals of Newberry County, and Family Tradition). Jacob later went to the place of Pomaria, S.C., where he died June 20 1774. He maried a Miss Epting (daughter of Adam F. Epting or John Adam Epting) and was the father of the seven following children:
I. Henry Folk, eldest son died in the Revolutionary War. He is listed in the payroll of Capt. Henington's Co. for August, September and October, 1779. (S. C. Hist!. & Gen. Mag. Vol. 5).
II. George Folk, second son appears to have settled in Berkeley county (census 1790) and was the father of a number of children. He was killed by a falling tree.
III. John Adam Folk, third son was born March 7, 1770 and died December 21, 1844. He married Eva Margaret Dickert [probably bef. 5 Feb 1799 - birth date of first child from that marriage], who was born in 1780 and died September 3, 1811... John Adam Folk married Mary Elizabeth Parker [probably aft. 1806, birth date of last child from first marriage, and bef. 1814, birth date of first child from that marriage, who was born Aug. 30, 1797.
IV. Jacob Folk, fourth son born Dec. 24, 1772 and died Nov. 10, 1845. Married Mary Elizabeth Howard in 1797 and moved to Colleton county, S. C., in 1803 after first living in Barnwell County [SC].
V. ________ Folk married Levi Kibbler.
VI. Elizabeth Folk married Jacob Cromer.
VII. _______ Folk, a daughter."

Source: "Folks In America 1740 to 1967, Author unknown [per Gus Folk, author was Joseph Earl Steadman], The Bamberg Herald Print, Bamberg, S. C.

2) "The Folk Connection

Jacob Folk came to America from Germany in 1740 or 1741. He was bought off the ship at Charles Town as a redemptioner by a well-to-do tanner from Old Granby named Cary. Mr. Cary wanted a young immigrant to assist him in his flourishing business. Old Granby was on the Congaree River three miles below Columbia, and was in the wake of heavy traffic in skins that the Indian traders were hauling to Charles Town. Jacob worked hard for Mr. Cary and was part of his master's household for five years, when his term of indenture expired. Having received a new suit of clothes and a small sum of money from Mr. Cary to tide him over, he set off into the Broad-Saluda Fork where he knew many of his countrymen were settling. He would select a homestead, to which he was now entitled like any other freeman.
Jacob remained a bachelor until about 1752. He knew the Epting family well, took a fancy to John Adam's daughter Elizabeth (Note 1) [later determined to be Catherina Epting] and married her. Jacob's homestead covered the area later named Pomaria. He built a fine home with the help of his father-in-law, and commenced the tanning business on his own. Jacob died 25 JUN 1774 and is buried in the old Folk burying ground.
Jacob Folk and Elizabeth Epting were the parents of four sons and three daughters. These are identified as follows (the sons are listed in order by age):
1) Henry Folk. Henry died in the Revolutionary War. He is listed on the payroll of Captain Henington's Company for August thru October, 1779. (South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume 5).
2) George Folk. George settled in Berkeley County. His name appears in the 1790 Census for that County. He was killed by a falling tree, but not before he had fathered several children.
3) John Adam Folk. John Adam, namesake of John Adam Epting, was born 7 MAR 1770. He lived in Pomaria until his death on 21 DEC 1844. He married Eve Margaret Dickert (b. 1780. d. 3 SEP 1811) and fathered John Adam Folk Jr. After Eve died. John Adam married Mary Elizabeth Parker, who was born 30 AUG 1797. Four children were born to this marriage, as follows: Mary M. -married Dr. David A. Cannon; Sally; Elias; John Wesley - married three times -to Polly Aull. Anne Catherine Suber. and Mahala Carter. John Wesley Folk lived in Pomaria and had a son. Dr. L. B. Folk. who was a practicing physician in Columbia. SC. (Note 2).
4) Jacob Folk. Jacob was born 24 DEC 1772, married Mary Elizabeth Howard, and died 10 NOV 1845.
5) _____Folk. She married Levi Kibler and was the mother of J. D. A. Kibler.
6) Elizabeth Folk. Elizabeth married Jacob Cromer. They had the children Abraham, Adam F., and David.
7) _____ Folk. A daughter.
John Adam Folk resided "a short distance from the site of the town on Tanner's Hill, known to wagoners prior to 1850 as Folk's Hill." Wagoners traveling from the Dutch Fork to markets in Charles- ton, with wagons laden with tobacco or cotton, would not expect any further trouble with up-grade climbing if they succeeded in negotiating Folk's Hill.
John Adam Folk Jr, son of John Adam Folk and Eve Margaret Dickert, was born 5 FEB 1799 and died 5 JUL 1855, outliving his father by only eleven years. He married Sarah Katherine Hentz (died at age 33). Sarah Katherine was the daughter of David Hentz (b. 23 SEP 1784, d. 2 JUN 1850) and Mary Elizabeth Bundrick (b. 3 MAY 1783, d. 26 DEC 1843). John Adam Jr. next married Christina. He fathered nine children: Lernia Elizabeth, John David Lafayette, Dr. Henry Middleton, William Orlando C., Caroline Christina, Captain Hamilton Hayne, Martha Harriett, Lemuel Capers, and Eustatia Aubonette (m. John David Wedaman). Capt. Hamilton Hayne Folk (b. 31 MAY 183J, d. after 1890) married Catherine Adelaide Buzhardt. one child, M. Hayne Folk (b. 27 NOV 1860, d. 28 JUN 1941) , married Carolina M. Setzler (b. APR 1864, d. 1917).
John Adam Folk Jr. owned the land upon which the town of Pomaria was built. This property was the legacy of the forebear Jacob to his descendants. John Adam did a large business with his sons as merchants at Pomaria (“J. A. Folk & Sons"). The firm changed names in 1855 after John Adam died. Thomas W. Holloway and his brother-in-law, Captain H. H. (Hamilton Hayne) Folk took over. Tom Holloway was the husband of Martha Harriett, who was John Adam Jr's daughter. The business continued until Secession and the Civil War. Capt. H. H. Folk later lived in Newberry.
G. L. Summer mentions other "honorable" Folks: W. H. and Edward H. Folk, lawyers in Edgefield; David Folk of Texas; L. E. Folk of Newberry; Dr. J. W. Folk of Annandale; Charley Folk of Lexington; Christian J. Folk of Barnwell; Jacob Folk, who moved to Colleton County in 1803 and there left a large family.
According to the Folk family entry in "Newberry County Historical and Genealogical," the Folks are traditionally descended from the Foulques, Counts of Anjou, of ancient France. They are directly descended from a French Huguenot family which fled from France to Germany during the reign of Louis XIV, King of France, as is borne out by French, German and Dutch records of the family. In 1740/41 Jacob Folk and several brothers (probably with their parents) came to this country either from Wenningstedt (?), Germany, or Willemstadt (?), Holland, and settled in Newberry County, SC. I have not been able to locate either town on the maps.
(Note 1) Some Georgia records state that this Epting daughter was named Pamonia. Since she married Jacob around 1752, she would have had to be born in Germany. Germans in the fatherland would not know of, let alone use, such an exotic, un-Germanic name.
(Note 2) John A. Chapman in Annals of Newberry, Part II, lists the children differently. He gives two children from the first marriage and five from the second. Chapman has Mary M. (m. David Cannon and mother of John A. Cannon) as a daughter of John Adam's first marriage. The five children of the second marriage he enumerates as follows: Sons John Wesley, David, Levi E., and daughters Elizabeth Graham and Eve Busby (mother of Prof. D. B. and Rev. L. E. Busby, one a teacher and the other a Lutheran minister. Who will set the records straight?"
Source: pg 163-165, "A History of the Epting and Epton Families of South Carolina" by Theodore Epton.

3) "Folk (Foulque). In the 10th Century a family named Foulque (Fulk, Folk) rose to great prominence as the counts of Anjou in France. From them were descended the Plantagenet kings of England (1154-1485), the Angevin kings of the Sicilies (1308-1382). During the Reformation, beginning in 1529 with the rise of Protestantism, many members of the Foulque (Folk, Fulk) family remaining in Frane identified themselves with teh Huhuenots. Because of the bitter persecutions during the reigh of King Louis XIV (1643-1715) many Huguenots fled from France to Germany, Holland and Switzerland. The Norman French family of Foulque (Folk, Fulk) bore arms: "Sable a Lion or Armed Gules, fronting a stork Argent", some members varying the arms to show "per pale, Vert Gules, a fleur-de-lis Ermine" or "Vert, a fleur-de-lis Argent". The Folk family of South Carolina whose name in early records was also written Foulque, Foulk and Fulk, is descended from John Jacob Folk (Fulk or Foulque), according to family tradition a native of Wenningstadt, Germany though there is a possibility that he was a native of Willemstadt, Holland, who came to South Carolina in 1740/1741 and settled in the dutch Fork section Newberry - Lexington Counties. Among his children were John Jacob Folk, Jacob Folk, George Michael Folk and Laura Catherine Folk."
Source: "The Folk Connection" by Ted Epton, A History of the Epting and Epton Families of South Carolina (1979).

4) "John Jacob Folk, born in Germany or Holland accompanied his parents to South Carolina. A tanner by trade, he was in partnership with a Mr. Cary in Old Granby, three miles south of present Columbia. After five years he moved to Pomaria, South Carolina. There is a hill on Old State Road #26 near present day Pomaria known as "Tanner's Hill" or as the wagoners call it, "Folk's Hill". The land on which present day Pomaria is built was owned by one of the Folk brothers. It is here that John Jacob Folk married Catherine Epting, a daughter of Captian John Adam Epting (1715-1767), leader of a group of settlers from Wenningstadt, Germany who had a royal land grant November 28, 1749, of 250 acres on Crim Creek. John Jacob Folk made his will July 6, 1775 and died June 20, 1777. He is buried at the Folk burying ground. His wife Catherine died 1821." (References: records on Folk family at Huguenot Society of South Carolina, 25 Chalmers Street, Charleston, S.C., Names in South Carolina, Volume XXX, Page 30, John A. Chapman, A. M., Annals of Newberry county, Part II, Page 590).

5) The Folk Family. Jacob Folk came to this country from Germany in 1740 or 1741, and settled at Old Granby, three miles below Columbia. He was a tanner by trade, and lived with a man by the name of Cary in partnership for five years. When his term of partnership was up he came to the place at Pomaria and married the daughter of AdamF. Epting, settled there, and commenced the tanning business on his own account. There were born to him seven children, four sons and three daughters. The eldest died in the Revolutionary War; the second son was killed by a tree falling on him; the third son, John folk, lilved at Pomaria until his death in 1844. Jacob Folk died on the 20th of June, 1744, and lies buried at the old Folk buring-ground. From him have sprung numerous and honorable descendants: John Adam, Henry Middleton, W. H. Folk, a lawyer in good practice at Edgefield; Edward H. Folk, also a lawyer at Edgefield; Captain H. H. Folk, of Newberry; David Folk, of Texas; L. E. Folk, of Newberry; Dr. J. W. Folk, of Annandale, Georgetown County; Charley Folk, of Lexington; Christian J. Folk, of Barnwell, and Jacob Folk, who moved to Colleton County in the year 1803, and there left a large family, and J. Wesley Folk, of Pomaria, whose son, Dr. L. B. Folk, is a practicing physician in Columbia, S. C. No doubt there are many others descended from Jacob Folk, whose names I have not been able to learn.
Source: The Annals of Newberry, Part Second by John A. Chapman, A. M. Originally published Newberry, South Carolina 1892. Reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1975 (929.3757). p590.

6) John Folk, the original of the family of that name, resided a short distance from the site of the town on Tanner's Hill, known to wagoners prior to 1850 as Folk's Hill. It has been said that when wagoners left home with wagons loaded with cotton or tobacco for market in Charleston if they succeeded in getting up Folk's Hill they would have no more trouble. Mr. Folk left two children by his first marriage, John A. and a daughter who became the wife of David Cannon and the mother of John A. Cannon. By a second marriage there were five children who grew to maturity: John Wesley, David and Levi E. daughters Elizabeth Graham and Eve Busby, mother of Prof. D. B. and Rev. L. E. Busby, one a teacher of youth and the other a Lutheran minister.
Source: The Annals of Newberry, Part Second by John A. Chapman, A. M. Originally published Newberry, South Carolina 1892. Reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1975 (929.3757). p551.

7) "According to the Folk famly entry in 'Newberry county Historical and Genealogical,' the Folks are traditionally descended from the Foulques, Counts of Anjou, of ancient France. They are directly descended from a French Huguenot family which fled from France to Germany during the reign of Louis XIV, King of France, as is borne out by French, German and Dutch records of the family. In 1740/41 Jacob Folk and several brothers (probably with thier parents) came to this country either from Wenningstedt (?), Germany, or Willemstadt (?), Holland, and settled in Newberry County, SC. I have not been able to locate either town on the maps." Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton. 
Folk, Johann Jacob "John" (I1607141175)
 
239 10 children.
1) "Elizabeth Folk … married Jacob Cromer and their first child was born in 1790." Source: "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk.
2) Elizabeth and Jacob had...ten children" Source: "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk. 
Family F2082449815
 
240 10. MARY POLLY5LAWEREncE (JAMES4 Lawrence , THOMAS3, MARGARET PEGGY2, THOMAS1) was
born January 25, 1805 in Jefferson County , Tennessee(Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #4081,
Date of Import: May 30, 1997), and died September 11, 1882 in Cherokee County , AL (Source:
Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #4081, Date of Import: May 30, 1997). She married EBENEZER
LEATH January 27, 1825 in Jefferson County , Tennessee(Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #4081,
Date of Import: May 30, 1997).
       Child of Mary Lawerence and Ebenezer Leath is:
17.i. NAPOLEON BONAPARTE6LEATH, born February 28, 1826, Jefferson County, Tn; d. January 10,
1906, Cherokee County, Al.11. CHELNESSIA DOHERTY5LAWREnc 
Lawrence, Mary Polly (I1607008750)
 
241 11. CHELNESSIA DOHERTY5 Lawrence (HENRY4, THOMAS3, MARGARET PEGGY2, THOMAS1) was born July 19, 1827 in Jefferson County, Tennessee(Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #4081, Date of Import: May 30, 1997), and died November 22, 1901 in Cherokee County, Al (Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #4081, Date of Import: May 30, 1997). She married NAPOLEON BONAPARTE LEATH WFT Est 1843-1874 (Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #4081, Date of Import: May 30, 1997), son of Ebenezer Leath and Mary Lawerence.        Child of Chelnessia Lawrence and Napoleon Leath is: 18.i. AMANDA MELLIE6LEATH, born December 20, 1868, Cherokee County, Al; d. August 04, 1951, Cherokee County, Al.


Child of Henry Lawrence is:
11.i. CHELNESSIA DOHERTY5 Lawrence , born July 19, 1827, Jefferson County, Tn; d. November 22,
1901, Cherokee County, Al.
Randolph Julian Marchmont
2010 Metairie Road
Metairie, LA 70005-3834
United States
(504)8330528
TFDarts@worldnet.att.net 
Lawrence, Chelnessia Doherty (I1607008748)
 
242 11th Dist.- England, Harold McCoy (I00000000000000000002)
 
243 12 Aug 1579 - Appointed Schoolmaster (Magister) at Tübingen University, Tübingen, Germany.

1579 - Curate at Vaihingen/Enz.

1584 - Deacon at Urach, Germany.

1587 - Dean at Güglingen, Heilbronn Dist, Germany.

1589 - Court chaplain and counsellor of the consistory at Stuttgart, Germany.

1598 - Prelate at Adelberg, Göppingen Dist, Germany.

1599-1606 - Bishop at Adelberg, Göppingen Dist, Germany.

1606 - Professor of Theology, councillor and provost at his alma mater, Tübingen University, Tübingen, Germany.

21 Apr 1617 - Chancellor of Tübingen University, Tübingen, Germany, at the time of his death. 
Osiander, Andreas "the Younger" (I1607214805)
 
244 12 Below Plus: Henry, Anna Kath, Eva Marg, Susannah, Wm, Eve Family F2082449755
 
245 12 Children.
1) "Mary Elizabeth was married to Jacob Folk, b. 1772, by whom she had twelve children." Source: Henry Wm C Folk - by Folk - Anonymous #1.
2) "In 1800 he had 2 children and 3 slaves." Source: Folk, Johann Jacob Desc by David Peeples.
3) "...Jake & Lizzie had 12 children." Source: Peeples Input by Rev Dr Robert E H Peeples Ltr 5 May 2001.
4) "Jacob and Mary elizabeth had...twelve children" Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.
5) "Mary Elizabeth ... m 1797, Jacob Folk..., and became the other of twelve Folk children". Source, "Hiers Family Genealogy".
6) "Issue:12, Below Plus: Henry, Anna Kath, Eva Marg, Susannah, Wm, Eve". Source: Rentz by Pike Thomas Gedcom Import 10Jun03. 
Family F2082449755
 
246 12 Dec 1564 marriage date from pg 2-3 of source. Family F2082454184
 
247 12. JAMES MOSELEY6 Lawrence (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, MARGARET PEGGY2, T
HOMAS1) was born October 06, 1813 in Wilkes County , North Carolina , and died October 04, 1897 in Paulding County ,
GA. He married CAROLINE FERGUSON December 29, 1835, daughter of John Ferguson and Frances Thompson.

       Children of James Lawrence and Caroline Ferguson are:
 i. FRAncES7 Lawrence .
 ii. SARA ANN ELIZABETH Lawrence , born November 30, 1836, Paulding County , GA; d. 1915, East Point, GA.19.
iii. GEORGE JACKSON Lawrence , born February 02, 1838, Paulding County , GA; d. October 30, 1862, Mt. Jackson, Virginia 
iv. JOHN L. Lawrence , born December 03, 1839, Paulding County , GA. 
v. MARY ANN Lawrence , born December 08, 1841, Paulding County , GA. 
vi. MARTHA JANE Lawrence , born 1844, Paulding County , GA.20.
vii. THOMAS JAMES Lawrence , born 1847, Paulding County , GA; d. Aft 1898, Paulding County , GA.

+Randolph Julian Marchmont,2010 Metairie Road,Metairie, LA 70005-3834,Tel.(504)8330528 <

Fact-Nancy Lawrence Cemetary, Paulding County , GA 
Lawrence, James Moseley (I1607001127)
 
248 13. MARTIN NEWTON6 Lawrence (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, MARGARET PEGGY2, THOMAS1) was born July 19, 1825 in Gwinnett County , GA, and died in Paulding County , GA. He married AMANDA N. MAULDING Aft 1850 in Paulding County , GA.

       Children of Martin Lawrence and Amanda Maulding are:
 i. SAMUEL J.7 Lawrence , born Abt 1857.
 ii. GEORGE W. Lawrence , born Abt 1858, Paulding County , GA.

+Randolph Julian Marchmont,2010 Metairie Road,Metairie, LA 70005-3834,Tel.(504)8330528 < 
Lawrence, Martin Newton "Newt" (I1607001179)
 
249 14 Aug 1639 - Appointed schoolmaster in Tübingen, Böblingen Dist, Germany.

1645 - Pastor at Dornhan, Böblingen Dist, Germany.

1650 - Pastor at Gärtringen, Böblingen Dist, Germany.

1660 - Pastor at Kuppingen, Böblingen Dist, Germany. 
Osiander, Daniel "the Younger" (I1606736293)
 
250 14. GEORGE WASHINGTON6 Lawrence , JR. (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, MARGARET
PEGGY2, THOMAS1) was born August 03, 1827 in Gwinnett County , GA, and died December 13, 1902 in
Paulding County , GA. He married ELIZABETH JANE BRINTLE March 25, 1847 in Paulding County , GA.
Notes
George enlisted in the Confederate Army (Co.K, 60th GA Reg.) 10 May 1862,
and was appointed First sargent. He was captured and paroled at Fredericksburg,
VA, on 13 Dec 1862. He was discharged on 25 Feb 1863 and furnished Thomas
Camp as his substitute.
       Children of George Lawrence and Elizabeth Brintle are:
 i. JOHN PINKNEY7 Lawrence , born April 27, 1847, Paulding County , GA; d. November 08, 1851,
Paulding County , GA. ii. GEORGE M. Lawrence , born 1850, Paulding County , GA; d. January 18, 1933, Paulding County , GA; m.
MARY CARSON, August 14, 1881, Paulding County , GA. iii. LUCY Lawrence , born Abt 1854, Paulding County , GA. iv. SARAH C. Lawrence , born Abt 1860, Paulding County , GA; m. ? SHELTON. v. IDA Lawrence , born Aft 1860, Paulding County , GA; m. ? GRAHAM.
+Randolph Julian Marchmont,2010 Metairie Road,Metairie, LA 70005-3834,Tel.(504)8330528 <George enlisted in the Confederate Army (Co.K, 60th GA Reg.) 10 May 1862,
and was appointed First sargent. He was captured and paroled at Fredericksburg,
VA, on 13 Dec 1862. He was discharged on 25 Feb 1863 and furnished Thomas
Camp as his substitute. 
Lawrence, George Washington Jr. (I1607001182)
 

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