John...rec'd info from Claudette Shue that shows John Shue, b 23 May 1799 m. Nancy Hatley...am not sure if verified, at this point, as it also was listed as Harkey in another place. The info shows the following as children of John Shue (b. 1773, PA) & Eliz. (Herge) Harkey, who were married in 1794 in Cabarrus Co.
1.David who married Eliz. Myers in 1821
2.Henry who married Franky Madden, 1818
3.John who married Nancy Hatley (no date)
4.Rainy who married David Myers in 1821
5.Nelson who married Martha Hatley (no date)
6.Christina who married Nelson Alman in 1831
This information was submitted to Cabarrus County Heritage, NC, in 1998 by R. Wayne Shue and supplied by P. Beck to Claudette.
The Hinson book I mentioned earlier showed Nelson (listed above) as a son of Henry (b. 1780 PA). It appears that was an error and Nelson was actually Henry's nephew. Info. also included this list of Henry's (1780, PA) children: John Henry, (1802-1878) m. Amelia Sides; Elizabeth Shue, b. 1804; Jacob Shue (1805-1898); Mary Shue, B. 1810; Issac Shue (1812-1882) m. Mary Harward @ 1845; Catherine Shue; Susan Shue: and Martin Shue.
I have abstracts of deeds from Cabarrus Co. showing where John, David, Nelson, and Rainy (and husband, David 'Mires') sold land between 1827-1831 to Jacob Harkey that they had rec'd from their father, John Shoe(dec'd). No mention of Henry or Christina selling any land to Jacob Harkey, IF they rec'd any from their father. Christina & Nelson were minors at the time of their father death, which occurred @ 1827.
What I found most interesting is this: R. Wayne Shue stated in his article that Henrich Shue (Hendrich Schuh) died 8 Jan 1785. His wife was Susannah ?, b. York Co., PA. Children named in will were John, Henry & Frederic, sons, and Elizabeth & Susannah, daughters, plus his wife and a friend, Frederick Wolff. Will dated 8 Jan 1785, probated 5 Feb. 1785. They were members of Emmanuel Reformed Church in Abbottstown, Berwick Twp, York Co. (now Adams Co.) PA. (Henry's birth & baptism in 1780 were also recorded at that church, per article.) By 1789 his widow had married his friend, Mr. Wolff, whose wife was also dec'd. It seems all Henrich's children, except Frederic, migrated to NC as early as 1793. John married Eliz. Herge in 1794 and Henry married Catherine Herge in 1801, as you already know. Susannah married Henry Lippard in 1822 but a separation agreement was filed in 1826, per Wayne Shue.
Some time ago, I found information about an Elizabeth Shue who married Daniel Blackwelder in Cabarrus Co. in Jan 1798. She was born in NC 26 Mar 1778, dau. of Johann Jacob Schuch and wife Anna Margaretha Meisenheimer (per Meisenheimer Genealogy). I gathered from the narration that Eliz. died a few months after the birth of her daughter, Eliz. Blackwelder (b. 31 Dec. 1798), who married Phillip Cress in 1817. The portion I read showed "child" buried at St. John's Lutheran Cem. near Concord, NC. in Mar 1799, but I think it must have been Eliz. (Schuh)'s grave because Daniel Blackwelder married Maria Frank in Aug. 1800. I found this info in "Blackwelder & Allied Families in NC and Illinois" at Rowan Co. Library in Salisbury. I failed to note author's name, I regret, but plan to review this source next trip there.
In Supplement to Torchbearers of Freedom, authored by Amanda Elizabeth Fulenwider, and printed in 1966 by The Filmer Brothers Press of San Francisco, it shows from Lutheran Church records of New Hanover, Montgomery Co., PA. on 1 Dec. 1772, Johann Schuck and Anna Margaretha Meisenheimer were married. Also recorded was birth of their son, Johann Jacob Schuck 19 Sep. 1773 and dau. Anna Margaretha Schuck, 13 Jan 1775. Supposedly, the family then migrated to NC with the Meisenheimer family and settled near Dutch Buffalo Creek Meeting House, now known as St. John's Lutheran Church (about 6 miles from Concord.) I always thought that Johann Jacob & Anna M. Meisenheimer Shuch(Schuck) were parents of John, Henry, Susannah & Eliz. in Cabarrus Co. Now I AM perplexed!
I apologize for length of this message...but didn't know if you had received (or had) any of the above information. Best regards.
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