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51 "Eva Folk Busby 1821 to 1904" Folk, Eve C (I1607141214)
 
52 "Eve Catherine Folk, d. bef. 1821" Source: The Jacob Folk Family. Folk, Eve Catherine (I1607141182)
 
53 "Eve Margaret Folk, wife of John Folk d. 9/3/1811, 31 years" Dickert, Eva Margaret "Eve" (I1607141196)
 
54 "fell in fire after a heart attack" Clanton, Leroy "Bud" (I436)
 
55 "Four children resulted from this union." Family F2082449789
 
56 "fourth son [of Jacob Folk]." Folk, Johann Jacob "John, Jake" Sr, Jr (I1607141173)
 
57 "George Folk, second son appears to have settled in Berkely County [SC] (census 1790) and was the father of a number of children. He was killed by a falling tree." Source: Folks in America 1740 - 1967. Extrapolating, George Folk would probably have been about 25-27 years old minimum to have "a number of children" in the 1790 Census ( I know this is not necessarily a good interpretation of the quote, but it's better than nothing???). Goerge Stephen Mears Folk, George (I1607141178)
 
58 "Hans came from Altenberg to Rötenberg about the time of his marriage to Anna Maria." Wesner, Hans "Berghans, Hans the Younger" (I1607214867)
 
59 "He left and they never heard from him again." per Aunt Versie Copeland. (Aunt Versie became confused as to whether John is the brother of Thomas Copeland or Mittie Vines. -- I think he was a brother of Thomas. Mittie's brothers have always bee n referred to as "Edgar, Thed and Will" with no mention of a John... Copeland, John (I580)
 
60 "He liked to cut up people with knives.." per Aunt Corean and T.L. Jones Lived in Pine Bluff, AR, last I heard, per T.L. Jones Colson, Emmett Edgar (I1293)
 
61 "He lived in Bavern, Schwaben, Grossanhausen." Volk, Bonnfazius (I1607151073)
 
62 "He lived in Bavern, Schwaben, Grossanhausen." Volk, Jerg (I1607151086)
 
63 "He met us at the gate with a shotgun one night - we went up to see Grandma Vines" - Hermitage, AR, per Aunt Versie. "He didn't shoot anybody, but he always met strangers with a gun in his hand."
"Thed Vines was (still) not married by the time Rosie was 3 or 4 years old" per Aunt Rosie. "He lived with Grandma (Lizzie)" "One time I was staying with them & it rained so hard, he couldn't take me back home for a week. I was tickled that I did n't have to go back home!"
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Listed as Fred on the 1910 Census 
Vines, Thed (or Fred or Fed?) (I96)
 
64 "He obtained 780 acres in September, 1791 in what was then the Orangeburg District. The land was situated on three small drafts of Cannons Creek, waters of Broad River, and on two small drafts of Bear Creek, waters of Saluda River. His property abutted lands owned by Adam Frederick Epting, Abraham Chapman, Thomas Beard, Michael Kinard, Mathias Quattlebaum, and five others. The property must have been near Little Mountain." Epting, Johann Jacob (I1606736366)
 
65 "He was a minister of the gospel" Folk, Freddie Elias (I1606769917)
 
66 "He was a student of theology" Osiander, Samuel (I1607214733)
 
67 "He was too old to have served in the Revolutionary War. -- (Annals of Newberry', by John Belton O'Neal, published in 1892, pp. 22-23; information furnished by Mrs. Rebecca Eleanora Folk Bedenbaugh.)" Folk, Johann Jacob "John" (I1607141175)
 
68 "His name often appears without the Adam." Epting, John Adam Jr (I1606736363)
 
69 "In 1693 he married again (at 73 years old!), to Anna Catharina Haas." Family F2082476018
 
70 "In the 1850 census there is an Elizabeth Ellisor living in Lexington County, SC, age 58 years. Possibly this is the daughter of Peter Stockman. It is also possible that Elizabeth is deceased, for there is a Thomas Ellisor age 41 yrs living with Anna B. and Walter F. Ruff in Newberry county." Stockman, Elizabeth (I1607165097)
 
71 "Isle of Wight Orphans and Other Children" - abstracted by Louise
Jones
Isle of Wight Order Book 1755-1757:
February 5, 1756 - Robert Pyland, orphan of James, is to be bound out.
(page 39) March 4, 1756 - Ann Pyland, orphan of James, is to be bound
out.
(page 65) February 3, 1757 - William Piland, orphan of James, is to be
bound out.
(page 181) On 3 June 1756, the estate of James Piland was appraised
and signed by Elizabeth Piland. On 5 September 1765, his estate
account mentions cash due orphans. 
Pyland, James (I576026760)
 
72 "Jacob Folk (1772-1845) was born near Pomaria, Newberry Co." Source: Rev Dr Robert E H Peeples. Folk, Johann Jacob "John, Jake" Sr, Jr (I1607141173)
 
73 "Jacob Folk (1772-1845) was born near Pomaria, Newberry Co.; our tradition is that he was hauling a load of cotton to Charleston, stopped at plantation of John Howard...b. Eng. c. 1738...Jacob Folk fell in love with Mary Elizabeth Howard (1780-1839) and returned to marry her; he bought her father's land and settled there in 1797, John Howard dying 1800. They had 12 children." Source: Rev Dr Robert E H Peeples Folk, Johann Jacob "John, Jake" Sr, Jr (I1607141173)
 
74 "Jesse Nolan raised him" per Uncle T.K. "They don't know who his daddy was and I don't know whether his mama died, or what..." (Uncle Dink's daughter Dorothy told him this.) (She might have been saying "Jeff") Smith, Hiram Huey (I49)
 
75 "Joseph died in 1932 and is buried in Lake's Chapel Cemetery beside his wife, Molly, who died 1/15/1918 in Stewards Mill." Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. Nobles, Mollie E (I1607240791)
 
76 "Joseph died in 1932 and is buried in Lake's Chapel Cemetery beside his wife, Molly, who died 1/15/1918 in Stewards Mill." Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. Folk, Josephus Warren "Joseph" (I1607240792)
 
77 "Joseph Folk died in1932 and is buried in Lake's Chapel Cemetery beside his wife, Molly, who died January 15, 1918 in Stewards Mill." Source: Joseph Warren Folk by Mamie Folk Richardson. Folk, Josephus Warren "Joseph" (I1607240792)
 
78 "Levi moved to Oglethrope, Macon county, Georgia in search of better land for farming and bought 590-3/4 acres on the Flint River from the estate of John C. Rodgers on January 3, 1860 and owned 14 slaves valued at $14,000." Macon County, Georgia Deed Book "A" Source: Perry Folk. Folk, Levi Enoch (I1607141217)
 
79 "Lived in Bavern, Schwaben, Grossanhausen." Volk, Hans Christian (I1607151013)
 
80 "Lived in Bavern, Schwaben, Grossanhausen." Volk, Katharina (I1607151014)
 
81 "Living with them [Wm W Jones & Ella C V Folk] on the 1880 census of Clay Co., Ashland were:
Ora E White, stepdaughter age 14, born AL
Dora White, stepdaughter age 12, born AL
Willia P White, stepdaughter age 10, born AL
Emma L Whie, stepdaughter age 8, born AL
James D B White, stepson age 6, born AL
Bulah White stepdaughter age 5, born AL
Tilden H White stepson age 3, born AL" 
 
82 "Lukas Daniel Osiander was a baker and schoolmaster in Rötenberg." Osiander, Lukas Daniel (I1606736370)
 
83 "Lukas Osiander was present, in 1564, at the Maulbronn Colloquy and was one of the composers of the Maulbronn Formula. He took part in the Mömpelgard Colloquy with Theodore Beza in 1586. Lukas corresponded with Jeremias II, Patriarch of Contstantinople, in an effort to establish a dialogue between the Lutheran and Eastern orthodox churches. His most important works are his 'Bauernpostille' (Farmer's Postil), his "Bible Work', and 'Outline of the Magdenburg Centuries'." Osiander, Lukas (I1607214803)
 
84 "Marriage Certificate of John Folk and Eve Margaret Dickert (Provided by Frank Folk)

State of South Carolina
Newberry County

Know all men by thier presents that I Andrew Loretz Minister of the Dutch Presbyterian Church Congregaton in Newbery County and other places do hereby Certify that I have this day Joined Eve Margaret Dickert in holy matrimony unto John Folk according to our rule and profession Certified by me this 23d day of October 1778.

Witnessed present
Peter Dickert Andrew Loretz
Michl. Dickert Senr"

Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Family F2082449758
 
85 "married four times" Osiander, Juliane (I1607214747)
 
86 "Michael Kibler, the other of the original two brothers, married, and had a family of five sons and five daughters. I am not informed as the name of the lady he married. He and his wife both lived to a good old age, though she lived in widowhood about twenty years after his death. He died about 1831, and she in 1851. Their sons were Michael, John, David, Adam and Jacob. The names of the daughters I am not able to give. This Michael is said, and it is generally believed in that section of the county, to have had and used the first cotton gin ever employed in the county of Newberry." Source: The Annals of Newberry by John Chapman., First published in Newberry in 1892. Kinard, Mary Margaret (I1606770580)
 
87 "Michael Kibler, the other of the original two brothers, married, and had a family of five sons and five daughters. I am not informed as the name of the lady he married. He and his wife both lived to a good old age, though she lived in widowhood about twenty years after his death. He died about 1831, and she in 1851. Their sons were Michael, John, David, Adam and Jacob. The names of the daughters I am not able to give. This Michael is said, and it is generally believed in that section of the county, to have had and used the first cotton gin ever employed in the county of Newberry." Source: The Annals of Newberry by John Chapman., First published in Newberry in 1892. Kibler, John Michael Sr (I1606770581)
 
88 "Mormon Church records...show that Jacob's mother's name was Johana Mayer and her father was Andreas (Andrew) Mayer." Mayer, Andreas "Andrew" (I1607151093)
 
89 "moved to Mississippi" per Aunt Rosie Copeland "moved to Winnsboro" per Jack Stanley Stanley, Mary (I517)
 
90 "nach 1645" Osiander, Johann Balthasar (I1607214746)
 
91 "No longer able to farm with no arm, no slaves, his farm in ruins, and his wife dead, Levi moved back to Newberry County [South Carolina] and was appointed in 1877 as Newberry County Auditor where he worked until his death."
Source: Folk, Levi Enoch Family History Report by Perry Folk. 
Folk, Levi Enoch (I1607141217)
 
92 "of Fairfield" Cockrell, Charlie "Jess" (I1606769822)
 
93 "of Streetman, Texas" Hays, Lurana (I1606769597)
 
94 "old home graveyard"  Beaube, James Sr. (I81)
 
95 "Old Town"  Family F64730
 
96 "Permelia A Folk, widow of David and mother of Ella and Lela was also living with them [Lela L (Folk) White and Brown Folk, Ella Catherine Victoria (I1606762281)
 
97 "Peter's full name is no doubt Johann Peter Stockman, as was the custom among the brothers of Engel." Stockman, Johannes Peter "John" (I1607198301)
 
98 "Polykarp, stepson of Lukas Osiander, was a student of theology at 14 ... [and] was the recipient of the doctor of theology degree in 1576." Leyser, Polykarp (I1607227924)
 
99 "remarried but buried by James" Mayo, Martha Carolina (I1606758919)
 
100 "Rode away on his horse one day and said 'I ain't never comin' back!' " and he never came back. One of his descendants showed up at Stanley family reunion in Chemin-A-Haut & said that Charlie ended up in Star City, AR, if anybody was interested. .. Stanley, Charlie (I676)
 

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