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Re: Hugh Ticer l840-Warren County, Ga
Posted by: gary thompson Date: January 03, 1999 at 13:11:16
In Reply to: Hugh Ticer l840-Warren County, Ga by Mary Meissner of 218

Mary, following is the info I have on the Ticer family of York Co.,SC, limited as it is:Jane ticer was born on 10/3/1793 and died on 12/2/1872. She is buried in the cemetery of Ebenezer Presbyterian Church in that community which now part of Rock Hill, SC.(coincidentally, that is my hometown and my church for many years during my childhood and early adult life). Jane Ticer married Alfred McNeil Aycock, who was born on 9/3/1793 and died on 12/3/1843. He is buried in what is known as the Schooley-Sturgis Cemetery(also in York Co.)Jane Ticer was the fifth child of Clark Ticer, also of York Co., SC.Hugh Ticer was her brother, as was Henry, and Samuel, along with sisters, Mary and Sarah. Hugh Ticer left a will in 1805 and named a wife of Ann. Resesarch by a distant relative of the Probate judges Office in York Co., SC also revealed the following: A Richard Ticer died in 1815 leaving property; a Thomas Ticer and a Cynthia Ticer had to apply for a settlement, where five Ticer children are named. There was also an Allen Ticer in 1825. His attorney was a William Ticer.
At the bottom of Clark Ticer's will(which was typed by a deceased relative of mine)is the following notation: "Administered year 1804, over in year 1819(after Hugh's majority)(I note value of all over $11,000 at end of 1819 settlement." I do not know whether or not this is what she typed of her own thoughts or if this was actually on the will of Clark Ticer.

In any event, maybe this info will assist you somewhat. I too would like to know more about this family, since Clark Ticer is my gggggrandfather.


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