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Re: SAMUEL FLAKE of Orange/Anson County N. Carolina (re Charity)
Posted by: Philip Hotlen (ID *****1536) Date: April 22, 2010 at 07:48:19
In Reply to: Re: SAMUEL FLAKE of Orange/Anson County N. Carolina by Philip Hotlen of 536

To clarify my above post, Charity (b.1760) and Jacob (b.1757) apparently left Anson County (probably today's Richmond County) after the Revolutionary War. Jacob was a veteran. He appears on the 1790 census in what is now Kershaw County, SC. In those days, there were often movements of several families for security and what all. From what I see here on this forum, there may have been a movement to Kershaw County from Anson County after the war. Jacob received a land grant there. I now think Charity was descended from Alice and Matthias Marriott, and not Elizabeth and William Walker. But it is mostly circumstantial evidence.



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