He also married a woman in Richland County in 2008, a woman in Sumter County in 2011 and a woman in Newberry County last November He knows all about the ta-tas!The investigation into the marriages of Darnell Pixley began in June when one of his wives saw a November Facebook post saying he was on his honeymoon, a surprise since she wasn't with him The woman filed a complaint, Foster said.A total of five generations of the Summer family are represented in the collection, beginning with the above mentioned John Adam Summer (1716-1796).One of his sons, Nicholas (1754-1781), expanded the familys holdings in the Dutch Fork with the purchase of fifty additional acres of land in 1777 from John Kunth.
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This collection of German emigrants (auswanderer) represents an attempt to bring together information on the origins of the first inhabitants of the Carolina Dutch Fork. Hallman’s list of Dutch Fork settlers there were 483 families who obtained land grants before 1760. Some of these people moved away, some families died out, and some original family names were lost when their daughters married sons of other settlers. John Herman Aull, born 20 September 1786, died , married (1) Christina Rikard, daughter of Michael Rikard and Margaret Eigleberger; married (2) Mrs. Margaret Aal, born about 1791, died , married (as second wife) Jacob Cook. Pfullingen Shoemaker, born about 1708 (age 30 in 1738), son of John Michael Ade, deceased Musketeer in Hohentwiel (a mountain top fortress in the south of Germany). They may have lived a few years in Tubingen before migrating to America. After the death of Georg Bez, the widow Margaret was married on 27 August 1767 to John George Rühnlen, a widower (St. The son, Michael Bates, inherited his father’s land and acquired much surrounding lands. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Pomaria, SC (Newberry Deeds B-107). Margaret Dominick, born about 1785, married John Rickard, son of Michael Rikard, Sr. Born 13 April 1701, son of Hans Georg Dreher (Wheelwright) and Anna Maria Riesch, married 18 November 1727, Veronica Bazer. Saloma (Sarah) Ruff Piester, daughter of George Ruff and widow of John Piester. Mary Ursula Eigleberger, born , died 25 October 1838, married (1) Jacob Stairley, son of George Michael Stairley; married (2) Rev.
The great majority of the original settlers of the Dutch Fork were German Protestants. The Adolf Gerber list of Württemberg emigrants, originally published in Germany during the 1920s, has been found to contain only eight German immigrant families who either settled in the Dutch Fork or their children resided there. Eve Margaret Riser Wertz, daughter of Martin Rizer, Sr. In 1752 he was married to Maria Margaretha Wahl, born 28 October 1704, daughter of Johannes Wahl, vine-dresser in Pfullingen. The family arrived at Savannah 7 October 1738 on the Ship “Two Brothers,” Capt. Another child, John, age 3 in 1738, is listed in Colonial records of Georgia. Charlotta Beyl married (1) George Hartley; married (2) Peter Wilhelm (Newberry Deeds C-978). Born 8 July 1707, son of Jerg Betz and Catharina Stoll of Mägerkingen. BÜCKLE, JOHANNES, THOMAS, AND JACOB (1738,-Georgia). Dettingen an der Erms Johannes, Thomas, and Jacob Bückle were the sons of Johann Jörg Bückle (shoemaker) and Agnes Weible. Moved to Williamson Co., TN, then to Greene Co., AL. Children: (1) Christian, born 24 December 1730; (2) Catharina Judith, born 28 April 1732; (3) Andreas, born 17 November 1735; (4) Anna Maria Dreher, born 15 June 1738; and (5) Johannes, born .