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Re: Enicks family tree
Posted by: Milton W. Harden Date: September 28, 2000 at 18:29:09
In Reply to: Re: Enicks family tree by Nancy Page of 349

Nancy, re: Thomas Enicks (c.1755-1802)
Good to hear from you. I have the name
of Thomas' wife as Mary __________ (maiden
name unknown). She was still living in 1810
at the time of the census; is referred to
in some probate papers after 1810 but must
have died before 1820.
Based on the fact that
Thomas came from N.C. to Barnwell Dist., SC
around 1784, and William was a little boy
at that time (and Isaac may have been an
infant; my Thomas M. had not even arrived
yet), our Thomas is not the Thomas who
married Nancy Bryan in Rowan Co., NC in
1786. I have every reason to believe that
the name was Enochs originally and our
branch gave it the variations of Enecks and
the later Enicks (which my direct line had
used until the last male descendant died in
1934). Even my branch used the "Enecks"
spelling characteristic of Suzanne's
immediate family in earlier days. As to
Thomas' father, I have no idea at present.
I would be happy to share whatever data I
may encounter.
Best,
Milton


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