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51 2 sons?
1) "He was twice married, first (ca. 1745 to 176?) to Pomona Coon (daughter of sister of John Benedict Koon who died in 1802 and was an executor of Jacob's will) of the Dutch Fork, by whom he had two known sons; and second (ca. 1765) to Catherine Epting (duaghter of Captian John Adam Epting and sister of Adam F. Epting), by whom he had two sons nad three daughters." Source: pg 2-11, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. Comment - This source (which may be quoting Joseph Earle Steadman), states that the first 2 sons of Johan Jacob Folk were by his first wife, Pomona Koon/Coon, but goes on to list the first 2 sons as John Benedict Folk and George Folk. I contend that the source (whichever it is) missed the 'actual' second son, Henry Middleton Folk (who could have died very young) and stated the 3rd son, George, as the second son. Source: Steve Mears, Family Tree Compiler. 
Family: F2082463183
 
52 2nd Husband for Her & 2nd Marriage for Him.

1) "After the death of Jacob Folk, Catherine Epting Folk married 2) Peter Stockman (Smith to Wheeler, Newberry Deeds O-52)." Source: Epting, John Adam Fam Bio at Dutch Fork Fam Bios.

2) "It is probable that in 1784 Peter married Catharina Folk, widow of Jacob and daughter of John Adam Epting, although this marriage may have taken place earlier." Source: Cath Eliz Epting & Johann Peter Stockman.

3) "I believe that Peter Stockman, son of Engel Stockman who was also in the Dutch Fork area, married Jacob's widow, Elizabeth Catherine Epting Folk. " Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

4) "Peter Stockman sold land on 25 Dec 1795 to John Uriah Wicker and his wife Catherine signed the Dower. On 26 Dec 1795 apparently this same transaction was recorded again but again Peter and his wife Catherine signed the deed. peter Stockman's wife was Barbara when land was sold in the 1804 deed reported above. In 1799 when John Zeigler died, Peter Stockman and Barbara Stockman were appointed administrators of his estate. It appears that Peter Stockman had more than one wife and possibly three. Prior to 1784 when Peter assumed guardianship of the Folk children at least two of his children were born. These two, Anna Maria and George may be children by a first wife. It is probably that in 1784 Peter married Catharine Folk, widow of Jacob and daughter of John Adam Epting, although this marriage may have taken place earlier. It is unlikely that it occurred early enough for daughter Anna Maria Stockman to have been a daughter of Catherine Epting Folk since her first husband died in 1774 [this has since been determined to be 1777 - Steve Mears] The first of Peter's wives whose name we know is Catherine who was Peter's wife in 1795. Apparently sometime after 1795 and prior to 1799 Catherine died and Peter married a Barbara (last name unknown)."
Source: Cath Eliz Epting & Johann Peter Stockman - by Stockman Fam Newsletter.

1) 1801
a) After the death of Jacob Folk, Catherine Epting Folk, m. 2) Peter Stockman (Smith to Wheeler, Nby Deeds O-52).
b) "Land on Camping Creek left by LWT of Jacob Folk to wife, Catherine, was sold in 1801 by Matthew Smith to George Wheeler (Newberry Deeds O-52). This deed states that Jacob Folk's widow had remarried Peter Stockman and from whom land had been bought by Matthew Smith." Source: Stockman, Johann Engel Fam Bio fm Dutch Fork Fam Bios. 
Family: F2082475430
 
53 2nd Marriage: "After Ella d 1894, Jones m Lela L, sister of Ella, who was a widow"  
54 3rd Wife Family: F2082449759
 
55 7 Children Family: F2082449756
 
56 7 Children.
1) Source, "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk, states "They became parents of seven children" and provides a source as follows: "Source of ... [5 generations of Eve Catherine Folk's and Henry Koon's offspring] is George Leland Summer, Sr. -- Newberry County, South Carolina, Historical and Genealogical, p. 249". Source, "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk, then goes on to say, "The Steadman research papers, obtained from the South Caroliniana Library show eve Catherine married Henry Koon in 1786", and clearly lists these 7 children of Eve Catherine Folk and Henry Koon:

1 - Catherine Koon d 1861, m Capt Martin Kinard Jr b 1770, d 1854 (his 3rd Wife).
2 - Mary Koon m John Mills
3 - Margaret Koon m Wm Chapman
4 - Sarah Koon m F Bird Willingham
5 - Elizabeth Koon m John Mihcael Kibler Jr
6 - Kenry Koon m Elizabeth Riser Cannon; m 2nd Mary Riser
7 - Eve Koon m Adam Epting 
Family: F2082455654
 
57 7/17/ ??? by Robert Maxwell  
58 7/17/ ??? by Robert Maxwell  
59 8 children.
"...three firls and five boys resulted from this union" 
Family: F2082449760
 
60 8 children.
"Christina and George Suber had ... five girls and three boys" 
Family: F2082455550
 
61 According to the 1900 Census Indian had 11 children only 4 lived.

I could not find Adeline Lawrence or Albert Lawrence on any census. 
Family: F2082426416
 
62 After Thomas Copeland died, the children lived with Effie at "Buck's Pasture" near Rayville. They used to walk up Highway 80 to get to school. Then they moved "between Clayton & Charity" on a bayou. Agnes remembers the move, because it was acco mplished mostly on foot. They walked all their belongings from one place to the next, including a stopover near the woods, where Effie made "beds" for the children in the leaves, near the edge of the woods. The family earned money by picking cot ton. Rosie & Ed were living behind the Shanks' house, in their pasture. Sambo & Versie moved to Harrisonburg and two weeks later he came to get the rest of the children. Agnes says that Effie, sick with cancer, had been trying to prepare he r & Florence for her death by telling them "I'm going to go away soon" and "One day soon I'm going to be with the Lord..." but Agnes says it "just went in one ear and out the other" because they didn't really understand. But two weeks after thei r arrival in Harrisonburg, Effie died. She hadn't been able to get out of the bed since the move. Family: F10
 
63 B.L. West 1972, Upchurch Family of England, Virginia, and North
Carolina, p. 5. Identification of bride's surname may not be
correct. 
Family: F2616697328X
 
64 Bill Pattillos, 18 February 1997. Nancy A. Simpson, a widow. Family: F2616579185X
 
65 Birth information source: LDS microfilm #1732317, band 1, page 137 and 141. Family: F2082449757
 
66 Born: Sunday July 19,1914 ; Epps,La.
Died: Tuesday August 17,1999 ; Delhi,La.
Burial: McKinght Cemetery ; Holly ridge,La. 
 
67 Boyd J.J. Prisock M.J. 2/4/1882 Winston County Marriage Records Family: F1041130903
 
68 Bt Thomas Collett Family: F2082434896
 
69 Bt Thomas Collett  
70 by John Rowan  
71 by John Rowan  
72 by Robert Maxwell  
73 by Robert Maxwell  
74 by Robert Maxwell  
75 by Robert Maxwell  
76 by Simeon Harris  
77 by Simeon Harris  
78 Cherry R.H. Prysock L.F. 1/24/1881 Book 94 Page 7 Winston County Marriage Records  
79 Choctaw County Marriage Book F, p. 391. Family: F2616917768X
 
80 Custom Field:<_FA#> 1786Date of Import: Sep 10, 1998.
_MENDSeparation
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Legally separeted in 1786.
Legally separeted in 1786 
Family: F12969988
 
81 Custom Field:<_FA#> 5 JAN 1940Greenville, Georgia
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Mom said she met dad while they lived on Poplar Street in Manchester,
Georgia. She would sit on a bench in their backyard and wait for dad to
come out of the house. They met on the town bridge for the first time.
She had gone to the movies with friends but she had already seen the
movie so she left early. Dad also left the movie and caught up with her
on the town bridge and walked her home. He could not pronounce Genera,
so later he asked her dad if "she" could go to the movies with him.
Told to me by mom on December 6, 1996 
Family: F12970746
 
82 Custom Field:<_FA#> Private
_MSTATPrivate
_MENDPrivate
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Family: F12973678
 
83 Date of license. No return. Family: F2616917753X
 
84 Date of license. No return. Family: F2616902703X
 
85 Description: James and Viola had several children. One
was Lilly Mae Greer and she was my grandmother


Theresa Hooper
thooper71@yahoo.com
 
Family: F2616354385
 
86 Description: Rev. L.Q. Orr conducted the Wedding Ceremony
 
Family: F2616469486
 
87 Description: Tommy Catherine Myers was married to Laurence Glenn Christie, born August 11, 1899 in Oakland, CA. They had three children, Laurence Glenn Christie, Jr.; Carolyn Ann Christie and Thomas Christie

Shelley Wiseman
wisegrrl@earthlink.net
 
Family: F62928
 
88 First Census of the United States, Ninety-Six Dist, Newberry County, page 78, Col 3.

"Name of Head of Family. Stockman, Peter
Free white males of 16 years and upward Including heads of families. 4
Free white males under 16 years. 2
Free white females including heads of families. 3
All other free persons. [0]
Slaves. 8"

Source: First Census of the United States, Ninety-Six Dist, Newberry County, page 78, Col 3. Transcribed by Steve Mears. 
Family: F2082475430
 
89 Freestone Co. Marriage books
J. C. Mayo married to Emma Nelson on June 14, 1894
James Mayo married to Mand McEachern on Dec. 27, 1896.

ED 54 Line 26 Prec #4 Freestone 1880
Mayo, James T. W M age 58 b SC
Mary wife age 60 b SC
William D son age 15 b AL
Enoch J son age 24 b AL
Sarah Daughter-in-law age 22 b AL
James grandson age 4 b AL
Mary J granddaughter age 2 b AL
 
Family: F2082506354
 
90 G.T. Little 1984, Those Mississippi Upchurchs, p. 109. Family: F2616514830X
 
91 Helen and Edwin were married in Central Christian Church on Market Street in Youngstown, OH on July 22, 1950. After a honeymoon at Niagara Falls, they returned to Ohio where they resided at 35 N. Whitney with Frank and Sadie Wiandt, Helen's parents. They lived there for nine years, moving in 1959 to a newly constructed home  Family: F2616427230
 
92 Helen and Edwin were married in Central Christian Church on Market Streetin Youngstown, OH on July 22, 1950. After a honeymoon at Niagara Falls,they returned to Ohio where they resided at 35 N. Whitney with Frank andSadie Wiandt, Helen's parents. They lived there for nine years, moving in1959 to a newly constructed home  
93 Her 1st Husband.
"She married first in ca. 1798 to george Suber (died 1824) who was the father of all of her children, and secondly in 1831 to Jacob Cromer, as his second wife. Jacob's first wife was Elizabeth Folk, older sister of Christina. They lived in Newberry county, S.C. (Source of information is Steadman." Source: "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk. 
Family: F2082455550
 
94 Her 1st Husband. Family: F2082458399
 
95 Her 1st Marriage.  
96 Her 1st Marriage. Family: F2082454191
 
97 Her 2nd Husband.
"Married 2) William W Jones 15 Jan 1880, Ashland, Clay, AL, in the home of the bride by Hiram M Evans, Judge of Probate. Source: Folk, David Desc by Mary Weaver Garcia. 
 
98 Her 2nd Marriage Family: F2082449792
 
99 Her 2nd Marriage Family: F2082458155
 
100 Her 2nd Marriage.  

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