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Looking for the family of Elizabeth Catherine b. c. 1791 SC. Her mother was
Scots and her father was GERMAN. Her surname is unkn. She married John
Richardson b. c. 1790s SC.
The couple were in GA and appeared on the 1830 census of Marion Co. GA.
Anyone have a lost Elizabeth Catherine?
Researching OTT, STEHELI/STALEY, JACKSON, LINDER, FICHTNER.
And from across the Santee: TYNES, WATKINS, JENNINGS.
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"Sondel" is gone. http://www.ogsgs.org/ffam/sandel.htm.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack Sandel" <jsandel2(a)houston.rr.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2005 5:05 PM
Subject: [ORANGEBURGH_SC] Sandel Surname on the First Families List
> When my Sandel surname was added to the subject list someone took the
> liberty of adding another spelling
> Variation thereto. "Sondel" is not a spelling which has ever been used by
> any member of our family nor has
I live near Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church in Laurens County. I will be happy to take pictures for you. Please send me the names to look for.
> From: "Infinger, Suzann J." <SJINFING(a)GAPAC.com>
> Date: 2005/03/31 Thu PM 01:35:29 GMT
> To: ORANGEBURGH_SC-L(a)rootsweb.com
> Subject: [ORANGEBURGH_SC] Duncan Creek Cemetery, Laurens, SC
> Does anyone have a connection to the Duncan Creek Cemetery in Laurens, SC or
> by chance does anyone live near it, that would take a picture of a couple of
> tombstones for me....Thanks
> Suzann J. Infinger
> Ga. Pac. Corp
> 803-496-1355 Fax
When my Sandel surname was added to the subject list someone took the
liberty of adding another spelling
Variation thereto. "Sondel" is not a spelling which has ever been used by
any member of our family nor has
It appeared in any Census, Deed, Property Survey, Military Listing or any
other document of which I am
Aware. The one and only citing of that spelling was in the book by A. S.
Salley, Jr. The History of
Orangeburg, Co., S. C.. He, or someone who typed his book, wrote John Peter
and Magdalene Sondel
When referring to the baptism of some of their children but in the same
listing wrote Peter Sandel as one of
The Surets for the baptism of an orphaned child.
It is my view that the Sondel spelling be removed unless someone has some
specific references to
Jack A. Sandel
My deadends are:
Who was Margaret Susan Baltzegar (b.1797, d.1887, buried in Enenezer cemetery
in Cope) married to? Is it John Jacob Bonnette (as verbal family history
indicates) or David Bonnette (as census data implies).
Was she indeed a daughter of John and Margaret Baltzegar (census says her
mother was born in Pennsylvania).
Any enlightenment would be appreciated!
Susan Truett Hovermale
researching Bonnette, Baltzegar, Holman, Radcliffe, Mount, Truett and more
Hello, Folks - The Orangeburg families I am currently researching are Carr
(in the Lone Star area, formerly in Orangeburg County, now in Calhoun) and
Berket (or Burkett or other spellings, in the same area). Specifically, I
am looking for the ancestry of J. E. Carr and his wife Eliza Berket.
I am also looking for the ancestry of Mary Keziah Wright Moss Salley--first
married to Stephen Moss, then to John Salley (both my ancestors). John
Salley died in 1792, and she is shown in the 1800 census as Keziah Salley,
and below her is John Wright--could be the same family. Thanks, everybody,
for your help. George
Looking for info on my Sloan line....John Sloan
1830,1840 Orangeburg Census....
Bob Sloan -
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I am researching:
KEES, Elizabeth (wife of John BALTZEGAR)
PEMBLE, Thomas (husband of Elizabeth BALTZEGAR, daughter of the 2 above - her
second husband was William OTT) - he died in Jan 17, 1800.
Jim is correct. Using 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. for great-grandparents is just an
'easy' or different way to explain how many 'greats' your grandparent is,
rather than using a bunch of g's that have to be counted. I've also seen it as
2x, 3x, etc. (e.g. 2x-great grandparent, same as 2nd great-grandparent, same
as gggrandparent, same as great-great-grandparent).
Darlene Athey Hill
Does anyone have a connection to the Duncan Creek Cemetery in Laurens, SC or
by chance does anyone live near it, that would take a picture of a couple of
tombstones for me....Thanks
Suzann J. Infinger
Ga. Pac. Corp
Add, Bozard, McCormick, to these. Who are you researching? Just
curious...lets 'WAKE UP THIS LIST'!
Researching these names: Jolly, Newsome, McAlhany, Felder, Smoak, Brown and
Life member of: OGSGS..(Orangeburg German-Swiss Genealogy Society)
Life member of: Aiken-Barnwell , SC Genealogy Society
Aiken, South Carolina
Member of: Charleston Genealogy Society, SC Genealogy Society