Michael Burkhalter

M, #7740, b. 6 Apr 1694, d. 6 Jan 1762
Relationship
6th great-grandfather of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Lester M. Barlow Pedigree
     Michael Burkhalter was born on 6 Apr 1694 in Lutzelfluh, Berne, Switzerland.1 He immigrated to GA before 1735 with at least two of his children, Michael and John.2 On 6 Feb 1742 in Vernonburg, Christ Church Parish, GA, a petition was sent to the trustees requesting a pastor for Vernonburg. They requested John J. Zubly. Among the signers was Michael Burkhalter.3 Michael Burkhalter was awarded land, as follows:
1759 Vernonburg, Christ Church Parish
1760 Acton, Christ Church Parish
1761 Hampstead, Christ Church Parish.4

Michael Burkhalter left a will dated 1 Jan 1762 in Acton, Christ Church Parish, GA. Executor: John J. Zubly.5

Michael Burkhalter died on 6 Jan 1762 in Christ Church Parish, GA, at age 67.6 His estate was probated on 8 Jan 1762 in Christ Church Parish, GA.5

Children of Michael Burkhalter

Citations

  1. [S2316] George F. Jones, compiler, The Germans of Colonial Georgia, 1733-1783 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1986), p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Germans of Colonial Georgia, 1733-1783.
  2. [S2315] Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies (Washington, DC: The National Genealogical Society, 1925), p. 24 and p. 38. Hereinafter cited as Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century.
  3. [S2314] Original Papers, Correspondence, Trustees, General Oglethorpe and Others, Colonial Records of the State of Georgia (Atlanta, GA: Chas. P. Byrd), Vol. 23, pp. 483-5. Hereinafter cited as Colonial Records of the State of Georgia.
  4. [S2317] Marion R. Hemperley, English crown grants in Christ Church parish in Georgia, 1755-1775 (Atlanta, GA: Surveyor General Dept., State of Georgia, 1973), p. 24-5. Hereinafter cited as English crown grants in Christ Church parish.
  5. [S2309] National Society of Colonial Dames, compiler, Abstracts of colonial wills of the state of Georgia, 1733-1777 (Hapeville, Georgia: Longino & Porter, Inc., 1962), p. 22-23. Hereinafter cited as Abstracts of colonial wills of the state of Georgia, 1733-1777.
  6. [S2309] National Society of Colonial Dames, Abstracts of colonial wills of the state of Georgia, 1733-1777, p. 22.

John J. Zubly

M, #7741, b. 17 Aug 1724, d. 23 Jul 1781
     John was ordained in the German Reform Church in London. He became the pastor of the Independent Presbyterian Church (previously known as the Presbyterian Church of Savannah). He served there from 1860 until 1778.1,2 He was born on 17 Aug 1724 in Switzerland.3 On 6 Feb 1742 in Vernonburg, Christ Church Parish, GA, a petition was sent to the trustees requesting a pastor for Vernonburg. They requested John J. Zubly. Among the signers was Michael Burkhalter.4 He immigrated to SC circa 1744 where he joined his father, who had immigrated in 1736.1

John J. Zubly was named executor of the will of Michael Burkhalter dated 1 Jan 1762 in Acton, Christ Church Parish, GA.5

John J. Zubly died on 23 Jul 1781 in Savannah, Chatham Co., GA, at age 56.3,6 He was buried in Colonial Park Cemetery, Savannah, Chatham Co., GA.6

Citations

  1. [S2310] "Georgia Historical Society," Text, Georgia Historical Society (https://georgiahistory.com : accessed 27 Sep 2020), Marker Monday: Independent Presbyterian Church.
  2. [S2312] Church membership rolls, 1800-1926, and baptisms, marriages, etc., 1828- 1866; Film #206322 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1959). Hereinafter cited as Church membership rolls, 1800-1926.
  3. [S2310] "Georgia Historical Society," Text, Georgia Historical Society.
  4. [S2314] Original Papers, Correspondence, Trustees, General Oglethorpe and Others, Colonial Records of the State of Georgia (Atlanta, GA: Chas. P. Byrd), Vol. 23, pp. 483-5. Hereinafter cited as Colonial Records of the State of Georgia.
  5. [S2309] National Society of Colonial Dames, compiler, Abstracts of colonial wills of the state of Georgia, 1733-1777 (Hapeville, Georgia: Longino & Porter, Inc., 1962), p. 22-23. Hereinafter cited as Abstracts of colonial wills of the state of Georgia, 1733-1777.
  6. [S2311] Cemetery Marker in Colonial Park Cemetery, Savannah, Chatham Co., GA.

Anne Densler

F, #7742, d. after 10 Jan 1804
Relationship
5th great-grandmother of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Lester M. Barlow Pedigree
     Anne Densler married Michael Burkhalter, son of Michael Burkhalter, before 18 May 1745 in GA.1,2,3 She moved with her family to Granville Co., SC, circa 1755.4

In the will of Michael Burkhalter, dated 10 Jan 1804 in Edgefield Dist., SC, Anne Densler was named as an heir.3,5

Anne Densler died after 10 Jan 1804.3

Child of Anne Densler and Michael Burkhalter

Citations

  1. [S2314] Original Papers, Correspondence, Trustees, General Oglethorpe and Others, Colonial Records of the State of Georgia (Atlanta, GA: Chas. P. Byrd), Vol. 6, p. 133. Hereinafter cited as Colonial Records of the State of Georgia.
  2. [S2316] George F. Jones, compiler, The Germans of Colonial Georgia, 1733-1783 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1986), p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Germans of Colonial Georgia, 1733-1783.
  3. [S2307] Frances Ingmire, compiler, Edgefield County, South Carolina, old wills (St. Louis, Mo. (10166 Clairmont Dr., St. Louis 63136): F.T. Ingmire, 1982), Vol. 2, p. 19. Hereinafter cited as Edgefield County, South Carolina, old wills.
  4. [S2318] Brent H. Holcomb, compiler, Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals (Columbia, S.C.: SCMAR; Columbia, S.C., 1996-1999), Vol. 4, p. 127. Hereinafter cited as Petitions for Land from the SC Council Journals.
  5. [S2308] "South Carolina, Miscellaneous Probate Records, 1785-1868," Images, FamilySearch (familysearch.com : accessed 27 Sep 2020), Citing Edgefield County courthouse in Edgefield, South Carolina, Box 5, Pkg. 175.

John Burkhalter

M, #7743, b. circa 1748, d. after 1813
Relationship
4th great-grandfather of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Lester M. Barlow Pedigree
     John Burkhalter was born circa 1748 in Vernonburg, Christ Church Parish, GA.1 He was the son of Michael Burkhalter and Anne Densler. He moved with his family to Granville Co., SC, circa 1755.2

John Burkhalter served in 1780 in the Revolutionary War in a Loyalist unit.3

John Burkhalter married Anne <...> circa 1782 in 96th Dist., SC, where her name, Anne, is seen in a deed in 1797 where she makes her mark. The marriage date is calculated from the number of children they have in the 1790 census.4,5 John Burkhalter was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1790 in Edgefield Co., SC, (his wife and 4 children.)5 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1800 in Edgefield Dist., SC, (his wife and 8 children, plus another male.)6

In the will of Michael Burkhalter, dated 10 Jan 1804 in Edgefield Dist., SC, John Burkhalter was named as an heir.7,8

John's father, Michael, died before 6 Feb 1807.9 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1810 in Edgefield Co., SC.10

The family moved to Putnam Co., GA, between 1810 and 1813.6,11

John Burkhalter was on the 1813 taxlist in Putnam Co., GA.12

John Burkhalter died after 1813 in GA.11

Child of John Burkhalter and Anne <...>

Citations

  1. [S2314] Original Papers, Correspondence, Trustees, General Oglethorpe and Others, Colonial Records of the State of Georgia (Atlanta, GA: Chas. P. Byrd), Vol. 23, p. 475. Hereinafter cited as Colonial Records of the State of Georgia.
  2. [S2318] Brent H. Holcomb, compiler, Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals (Columbia, S.C.: SCMAR; Columbia, S.C., 1996-1999), Vol. 4, p. 127. Hereinafter cited as Petitions for Land from the SC Council Journals.
  3. [S2320] M. J. Clark, compiler, Loyalists in the southern campaign of the Revolutionary War (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981), p. 239, 243. Hereinafter cited as Loyalists in the Revolutionary War.
  4. [S2321] Carol Wells and G. L. C. Hendrix, compiler, Edgefield County, South Carolina, deed books (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997), Vol. 13-15 (Vol. 14). Hereinafter cited as Edgefield County, South Carolina, deed books.
  5. [S840] US 1790.
  6. [S627] US1800.
  7. [S2307] Frances Ingmire, compiler, Edgefield County, South Carolina, old wills (St. Louis, Mo. (10166 Clairmont Dr., St. Louis 63136): F.T. Ingmire, 1982), Vol. 2, p. 19. Hereinafter cited as Edgefield County, South Carolina, old wills.
  8. [S2308] "South Carolina, Miscellaneous Probate Records, 1785-1868," Images, FamilySearch (familysearch.com : accessed 27 Sep 2020), Citing Edgefield County courthouse in Edgefield, South Carolina, Box 5, Pkg. 175.
  9. [S2308] "South Carolina, Miscellaneous Probate Records, 1785-1868," Images, FamilySearch.
  10. [S811] US1810, listed as Edgefield Co., but districts didn't become counties again until 1868.
  11. [S2319] Frances Wynd, compiler, Putnam County, Georgia, Records (2009 Gail Ave., Albany, GA: Frances Wynd). Hereinafter cited as Putnam County, Georgia, Records.
  12. [S2319] Frances Wynd, Putnam County, Georgia, Records, p. 3-4.

Anne <...>

F, #7744
Relationship
4th great-grandmother of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Lester M. Barlow Pedigree
     Anne <...> married John Burkhalter, son of Michael Burkhalter and Anne Densler, circa 1782 in 96th Dist., SC, where her name, Anne, is seen in a deed in 1797 where she makes her mark. The marriage date is calculated from the number of children they have in the 1790 census.1,2

Child of Anne <...> and John Burkhalter

Citations

  1. [S2321] Carol Wells and G. L. C. Hendrix, compiler, Edgefield County, South Carolina, deed books (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997), Vol. 13-15 (Vol. 14). Hereinafter cited as Edgefield County, South Carolina, deed books.
  2. [S840] US 1790.

Sarah Hardin

F, #7745
     Sarah Hardin married John Burkhalter, son of John Burkhalter, on 29 May 1792 in Warrenton, Warren Co., GA.1

Citations

  1. [S1992] "Alabama, Surname Files Expanded, 1702–1981," Database, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 6 Sep 2018), Citing Alabama Department of Archives and History. Public Information Subject Files. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama, from The Phenix Citizen-Herald, Mar 29 1973, p. 251.

Sarah Milledge

F, #7746

Elizabeth Kennedy

F, #7747, b. 18 Sep 1778, d. 20 Mar 1857
     Elizabeth Kennedy was born on 18 Sep 1778 in SC.1

Elizabeth Kennedy married Hosea Camp, son of Nathaniel Camp and Winnifred Tarpley, on 11 Jul 1806 in Jackson Co., GA.2

Elizabeth Kennedy died on 20 Mar 1857 in Polk Co., GA, at age 78.1 She was buried in Hosea Camp Cemetery, Polk Co., GA.1

Citations

  1. [S2325] Cemetery Marker in Hosea Camp Cemetery, Polk Co., Georgia.
  2. [S1575] "Georgia, Marriage Records From Select Counties, 1828-1978," Images, Ancestry.com (Ancestry.com : accessed 21 Dec 2013), Citing County Marriage Records, 1828–1978. The Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia, Marriages, Book A, B, C, 1805-1861, p. 0020.

Crenshaw Camp

M, #7748, b. circa 1763
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     Crenshaw Camp was born circa 1763 in VA. He was the son of Thomas Camp IV and Margaret Carney.

In the will of Thomas Camp IV, dated 8 Jan 1798 in Rutherford Co., NC, Crenshaw Camp, his son, was named as an heir, and executor of the estate.1

Citations

  1. [S1874] "North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998," Index and images, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 16 Apr 2016), Citing North Carolina County, District and Probate Courts, Rutherford Co. Wills, Vol 1-2, Ace-Pai, p. 29-30.

James Camp

M, #7749, b. circa 1765
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     James Camp was born circa 1765 in VA. He was the son of Thomas Camp IV and Margaret Carney.

In the will of Thomas Camp IV, dated 8 Jan 1798 in Rutherford Co., NC, James Camp, his son, was named as an heir.1

Citations

  1. [S1874] "North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998," Index and images, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 16 Apr 2016), Citing North Carolina County, District and Probate Courts, Rutherford Co. Wills, Vol 1-2, Ace-Pai, p. 29-30.