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SAmpson Shoemake's wife - Marion County, South Carolina
Posted by: nightphyre (ID *****4798) Date: August 05, 2005 at 21:19:23
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Sampson Shoemake's wife was Mary Owens, daughter of Edward Owens and Ann Bryant. Sampson and Mary's children were Blakely, John, Hugh and Charlotte. I will include at the bottom a little on Charlotte, as she's the least known of Sampson's children.

Here is the will of Mary Owens Shoemake's father. Mary is listed in Item 1.

WILL OF EDWARD OWENS

In the Name of God Amen) I. Edward Owens of Liberty County in Georgetown dist. and In the State of South Carolina, Blacksmith,
being indisposed in body but thanks to God. in my perfect Senses and of a Sound mind well seing and hearing and speaking and know-
ing that. their is Nothing more Certain than death and Nothing so uncertain as the Time thereof. I therefore have made and Consti-
tuted this my last Will and Testament in the manner form and ways following (That. is to say) I. Recommend my soul to him
that Gave it hoping that through the Merits Death and pafsion of my Redeemer and Saviour Jesus Christ to have full and free par-
don and forgivenefs of all my sins and to inherit Everlasting life and my body I Commit to the Earth (in asfurance of an Eter-
nal Resurrection, to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executers hereafter Named and as Toutching the disposition of all
Sutch Temporal Estate as it pleased the almighty God to bestow upon me. I Give and dispose thereof as Follows.

first of all I will that my debts and funeral Charges shall. be paid and dis-charged-

1st Item. I. do. Give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Mary-Swemake. one. Negro. man slave. Named Ned. and. all. my blacksmiths Tools. the same Consisting of what they may be, -

secondly. Item I. do. Give and bequeath unto my well. beloved daughter Nancy Clak-One. Negro man. slave. Named. tony,

thirdly. Item. I. do Give and bequeath unto my well. beloved duter Sarah. Delany. one. Negro. woman. Slave, Named, Lucy. and. ten head of
breeding Cattle of my Stock I now posfefs.

fourthly, Item. I do give and bequeath unto my well. beloved daughter Elisabeth delany One hundred Acres of Land, the same. lying and being on the N.E. Side of Great P. D. River and betwen the great marsh. and Craw-fords bay. the same being granted to me.

fifthly, Item I. do. give and bequeath Unto my well beloved Daughter Macariner, Craw-ford, one Negro man Slave Named Jacob.

Sixthly. Item. I. do. give and bequeath Unto my well beloved son William Owens. the plantation where I Now live and all my Land adjoing the same-Except the house and fifty Acres. which I. do. Reserve for my wife herlifetime, also one horse that. I bought from Levi Salomon, also. one mare that I bought from Willis Finkley also. one Negro. man slave Named stef also. one Negro boy. Slave Named ben. also. one Copper still. and worm one. grind. stone one. pair hand mill stones and all my stock of hogs,

Seventhly I. do. give and bequeath unto my well beloved. so. John Owens one. Negro woman Slave Named-Hanah. also. one Negro. Man Slave. Named abram one. Negro. boy. slave. Named Stef.

Eightly I. do. give and bequeath unto my well. beloved grand Children, four the Children of my daughter Elsabeth delany, Namely. Martha-
Macravona-Mary and Philip. delany. one, Negro girl Slave. Named Dinah which I leave in the pofsefsion of my Son John Owens. to keep untill the Youngest of the four Children before Named Phillip delany. shall be. twenty Years of Age. and then the Negro girl before Named and her Increse to be. Equally divided by. the before mentioned Gardean, John Owens, Junr,

Ninthly I. do. give and bequeath unto my well. beloved Wife ann Owens fifty acres of Land and the house where. I. Now live during
life or then to Return to my son Wm owens her=widowhood. and after her decease, also. one Negro. woman Slave Named peg also. one horse. Called Picadel, also. about fiften head of Cattle Claimed as her own, and known by the same also. One third of my stock of sheep geese and house hold furniture to at her own Discretion at her Decease-the other two parts of my Stock of sheep geese and household. Furniture to be Equally divided between my- two sons before Named. Wm. Owens and John Owens, and if any of my stock of Cattle more than pays Sarah delay her part to be Eqully. divid betwen my Children before mentioned.

And last of all I. do hereby Nominate appoint and Constitue my Wife ann owens. and my trust friend and Brother Walter Owens to be my true and Lawful Executors to this my last will and Testament hoping that they will soe do. or Cause to be done and Execute every Article part or Clause therein Mentioned according to the true Intent and meaning thereof and. I. do. Revoke Disannill and make Void all other Wills and sd Testaments by me-heretofore made in Witnefs Whereof I. the. Edward Owens to this my last will and Testament being Contained
in one sheet of paper; I. have hereunto set my hand and Seal. this. seventh day of September and in the year of our Lord. one
thousand seven hundred and Ninety Nine and in the twenty fourth year of americas Independancy

Signed Sealed and Published Edward Owens (SEAL)
and _______ed in the presents
of Arch Kerby
Levi Cranford
John Tart

Recorded in Will Book 1, page 1
Recorded September 28, 1841
Edward B. Wheeler, Ordy M. D.
Role No. 616
______________________________
More on Charlotte Shoemake Faulk:

1. CHARLOTTE SHOEMAKE was born 1790 in South Carolina, and died in Pike County, Alabama. She married WILLIAM FAULK Abt. 1808 in Marion County, South Carolina, son of PHILLIP FAULK and MARY HINNANT. He was born 1784 in Fair Bluff, Bladen County, North Carolina (now Columbus County), and died in Marion County, South Carolina.

Notes for CHARLOTTE SHOEMAKE:
Title: Roots and Remembrances; Volume 11, Issue 1
Publication: Southeastern North Carolina Genealogical Society
_____________________________________

Moved to Pike County, Alabama as a widow with children.

More About WILLIAM FAULK and CHARLOTTE SHOEMAKE:
Marriage: Abt. 1808, Marion County, South Carolina
       
Children of CHARLOTTE SHOEMAKE and WILLIAM FAULK are:
2.       i.       SAMPSON1 FAULK, b. Abt. 1809, Marion District, South Carolina; d. Pike County, Alabama.
3.       ii.       JOEL FAULK, b. 1815, South Carolina; d. 1891, Bullock County, Alabama (formed from part of Pike County).
       iii.       NANCY FAULK, b. 1811, Marion County, South Carolina.
4.       iv.       JESSE FAULK, b. 1813, Marion County, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1869, Pike County, Alabama.
       v.       JAMES L. FAULK, b. 1821, Marion County, South Carolina.
       vi.       WILLIAM FAULK, b. 1824, South Carolina.
       vii.       ELLENDER FAULK, b. 1825, Marion County, South Carolina.


Generation No. 2

2. SAMPSON FAULK was born Abt. 1809 in Marion District, South Carolina, and died in Pike County, Alabama. He married MARTHA BAREFOOT March 07, 1851 in Pike County, Alabama, daughter of JOHN BAREFOOT and JANE NICHOLSON.

Notes for SAMPSON FAULK:
Sampson Faulk's grandfather was Sampson Shumate. Reference Marion county, South Carolina deed dated March 12, 1825.

Pike county, Alabama census' 1850, page 162 363-363; 1860, page 397 1518-1543; and 1870, page 234 100-100
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FAULK, SAMPSON
State: VA Year: 1850
County: Nansemond County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: No Township Listed Page: 206
Database: VA 1850 Federal Census Index
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FAULK, SAMPSON
State: AL Year: 1860
County: Pike County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Brundidge Page: 396
Database: AL 1860 Federal Census Index
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FAULK, SAMPSON
State: AL Year: 1870
County: Pike County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Troy P.O. Page: 233
Database: AL 1870 Federal Census Index
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More About SAMPSON FAULK and MARTHA BAREFOOT:
Marriage: March 07, 1851, Pike County, Alabama
       
Child of SAMPSON FAULK and MARTHA BAREFOOT is:
       i.       MARY JANE12 FAULK, b. 1853, Pike County, Alabama; m. D. H. HARRELL, September 25, 1874, Pike County, Alabama.

More About D. HARRELL and MARY FAULK:
Marriage: September 25, 1874, Pike County, Alabama


3. JOEL FAULK was born 1815 in South Carolina, and died 1891 in Bullock County, Alabama (formed from part of Pike County). He married (1) HANNAH MANNING July 09, 1839 in Pike County, Alabama. She was born 1815 in South Carolina. He married (2) FRANCES COLVIN September 28, 1869 in Pike County, Alabama. She was born 1843 in Alabama, and died Bet. 1890 - 1899 in Bullock County, Alabama.

Notes for JOEL FAULK:
About 1848, Joel Faulk moved to Santa Rosa County, now Okaloosa County, Florida, and his last recorded child was born there in 1851. After 1860, he returned to his former area and in 1880 was living in Bullock County. In 1880 he also had two grandchildren, Joel, born in 1864 in Florida and Minnie, born in 1876 in Alabama, living with the family.


Pike County, Alabama census 1840, page 378

Santa Rosa County, Florida census, 1850, page 240, 338-338, 1860, page 372, 322-322

Bullock County, Alabama census 1880, page 166, 10-10

More About JOEL FAULK:
Burial: Union Church Cemetery, Bullock County, Alabama

More About JOEL FAULK and HANNAH MANNING:
Marriage: July 09, 1839, Pike County, Alabama

More About FRANCES COLVIN:
Burial: Union Church Cemetery, Bullock County, Alabama

More About JOEL FAULK and FRANCES COLVIN:
Marriage: September 28, 1869, Pike County, Alabama
       
Children of JOEL FAULK and HANNAH MANNING are:
5.       i.       THOMAS JEFFERSON12 FAULK, b. July 1851, Santa Rosa County, Florida; d. June 17, 1921, Okaloosa County, Florida.
       ii.       JOHN M. FAULK, b. 1840.
       iii.       CHARITY FAULK, b. 1842.
       iv.       JAMES W. FAULK, b. 1846.
       v.       NANCY FAULK, b. 1848.
       vi.       SARAH FAULK, b. 1865, Alabama.

       
Children of JOEL FAULK and FRANCES COLVIN are:
       vii.       LEANDER12 FAULK, b. 1873, Alabama.
       viii.       EUFAULA FAULK, b. 1876, Alabama.


4. JESSE FAULK was born 1813 in Marion County, South Carolina, and died Abt. 1869 in Pike County, Alabama. He married SARAH A. SESSIONS December 15, 1838 in Troy, Pike County, Alabama. She was born 1814 in South Carolina.

Notes for JESSE FAULK:
Jesse Faulk will dated April 9, 1869 in Box 58, Pike county, Alabama

Pike county, Alabama census 1870, page 103 58-58.

More About JESSE FAULK and SARAH SESSIONS:
Marriage: December 15, 1838, Troy, Pike County, Alabama
       
Child of JESSE FAULK and SARAH SESSIONS is:
6.       i.       MARTHA V.12 FAULK, b. 1844, Pike County, Alabama.




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