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Reference: Marriage Records of Winston Cty, MS, Volume 1, October 7, 1834 to March, 1880. Records for May 1875 to November 1875 are not accounted for. 
Family: F1041168139
 
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"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M96X-FB5 : accessed 1 January 2015), Laura Brooks in household of Allen H Brooks, Beat 2, Choctaw, Mississippi, United States; citing sheet 11B, family 208, NARA microfilm publication T623, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.; FHL microfilm 1,240,803. 
Family: F2616998146
 
3 by Rev John Pickett Family: F12970019
 
4 " ...children ... John Adam ... , Jacob ... , John ... , and some unidentified daughters." Family: F1041103328
 
5 "...Anna Maria, known as Mary, married Peter Dickert II, son of Michael Dickert according to South Carolina Law Report, Spring term 1858 page 396-401. " Family: F2082458491
 
6 "After Ella d 1894, Jones m Lela L, sister of Ella, who was a widow Brown with five Brown children living with them on the 1900 census Freestone co., TX."  
7 "After Eve died, John Adam married Mary Elizabeth Parker..." Family: F2082449759
 
8 "Anna Barbara, widowed in 1662, married a second time..." Family: F1041130128
 
9 "Daniel Osiander had nine children, three by the first marriage."  
10 "Daniel Osiander had nine children, three by the first marriage."  
11 "Four children resulted from this union." Family: F2082449789
 
12 "In 1693 he married again (at 73 years old!), to Anna Catharina Haas." Family: F2082476018
 
13 "Living with them [Wm W Jones & Ella C V Folk] on the 1880 census of Clay Co., Ashland were:
Ora E White, stepdaughter age 14, born AL
Dora White, stepdaughter age 12, born AL
Willia P White, stepdaughter age 10, born AL
Emma L Whie, stepdaughter age 8, born AL
James D B White, stepson age 6, born AL
Bulah White stepdaughter age 5, born AL
Tilden H White stepson age 3, born AL" 
 
14 "Marriage Certificate of John Folk and Eve Margaret Dickert (Provided by Frank Folk)

State of South Carolina
Newberry County

Know all men by thier presents that I Andrew Loretz Minister of the Dutch Presbyterian Church Congregaton in Newbery County and other places do hereby Certify that I have this day Joined Eve Margaret Dickert in holy matrimony unto John Folk according to our rule and profession Certified by me this 23d day of October 1778.

Witnessed present
Peter Dickert Andrew Loretz
Michl. Dickert Senr"

Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Family: F2082449758
 
15 "Old Town"  Family: F64730
 
16 "Soon after Margarete's death Lukas married Tabitha Engel at Waldenbuch, Böblingen Dist, Germany. Family: F2082476026
 
17 "Source of ... [5 generations of Eve Catherine Folk's and Henry Koon's offspring in "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk] is George Leland Summer, Sr. -- Newberry County, South Carolina, Historical and Genealogical, p. 249". Source: "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk. Family: F2082455654
 
18 "State of Georgia

I, Mary Sibel Folk the abandoned wife of John Folk late of Efingham County and State aforesaid do hereby acknowledge the receipt of Ten pounds and other valuable considerations Delivered unto me by Michael Dickart Esqr. Citizen of Newberry county in the State of South Carolina as a full and Entire Compensation for all parts or portions of the Estate of him the said John Folk both Real and personals which I the said Mary Sibel Folk may be at this Time or ----- hereafter interested in or Entitled on by virtue of my marriage with him. This 16th Day of May 1798: witness my hand.

Christian Shubtrine } her
Peter Rob Mary X Folk
his mark
Jacob (IF) Frederick
mark"


State of So Carolina } Personally appeard
Newberry County Peter Rob before

David Ruff one of the Justices for said County who being duly sworn as the Law --
-- Deposeth & Sayeth on His oath that he was personally present & did see Mary Sible Folk sign & delivir the within instrument of Writing to Michael Dickart for the use intent & purposes therein mentioned & that he himself this Depo[']n Christian Shubtrine & Jacob Frederick subscribed Names as Witness thereto Sworn & Subscribed before me this 30 Day of June 1798

David Ruff J.P. } Peter Robb

a true Record of the Original Release
the 28th Day July 1798
Attest Fred. Rance"

[Reference: Deed Book D-2, pg 430, Newberry County]

Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Family: F2082457168
 
19 "The six children of Joseph and Molly Folk were Mamie, Maggie, Ernest, Freddie, Lula and Ethel."  
20 "The six children of Joseph and Molly Folk were Mamie, Maggie, Ernest, Freddie, Lula and Ethel." Family: F2082506352
 
21 "The Steadman research papers, obtained from the South Caroliniana Library show Eve Catherine married Henry Koon in 1786." ...and here is where we may have a problem. The 'Folk book' has interpreted this Steadman comment to mean "Eve Catherien Folk" married Henry Koon, whereas other sources have Kenry Koon's wife as "Eve Catherine Epting". Steve Mears. Family: F2082455654
 
22 "They had one child a son, Preston Ellisor" Family: F2082458155
 
23 'John Adam and Chirstena had one daughter from this union: Eustatia Aubonette' Family: F2082449778
 
24 1) "Another daughter is identified in this same document [South Carolina Law Report, Spring term 1858 page 396-401], Elizabeth, who married Solomon Suber, son of Euriah Suber."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) "Elizabeth Stockman, daughter of Peter Stockman, married Solomon Suber probably ca 1816.
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Family: F2082458399
 
25 1) "Apparently this daughter was already married at the time Peter Stockman became guardian for the younger children." '...17 Dec 1784 Peter Stockman was made guardian of Jacob Folk's minor children, John, Elizabeth, and Jacob." Source: Cath Eliz Epting & Johann Peter Stockman - by Stockman Fam Newsletter. Also, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. Family: F2082449814
 
26 1) "Elizabeth Stockman, daughter of Peter Stockman, married Solomon Suber probably ca 1816. Their children that survived to be adults were:

- Anna B. Suber, born ca 1819, married Walter F. Ruff
- Lavinia C. Suber, born ca 1821, married George O. Ruff
- John U. Suber
- Christian Henry Suber, born 4 Sep 1828, never married"

Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Family: F2082458399
 
27 1) "It is possible that Peter had been married previously [to marrying Catherine Epting] as he had a daughter, Anna Maria Stockman who was born 7 April, 1776, only a year or so after Jacob Folk died."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) "Peter Stockman sold land on 25 Dec 1795 to John Uriah Wicker and his wife Catherine signed the Dower. On 26 Dec 1795 apparently this same transaction was recorded again but again Peter and his wife Catherine signed the deed. peter Stockman's wife was Barbara when land was sold in the 1804 deed reported above. In 1799 when John Zeigler died, Peter Stockman and Barbara Stockman were appointed administrators of his estate. It appears that Peter Stockman had more than one wife and possibly three. Prior to 1784 when Peter assumed guardianship of the Folk children at least two of his children were born. These two, Anna maria and George may be children by a first wife. It is probably that in 1784 Peter married Catharine Folk, widow of Jacob and daughter of John Adam Epting, although this marriage may have taken place earlier. It is unlikely that it occurred early enough for daughter Anna Maria Stockman to have been a daughter of Catherine Epting Folk since her first husband died in 1774 [her husband's death has since been determined to be 1777 - Steve Mears] The first of Peter's wives whose name we know is Catherine who was Peter's wife in 1795. Apparently sometime after 1795 and prior to 1799 Catherine died and Peter amrried a Barbara (last name unknown)."
Source: Cath Eliz Epting & Johann Peter Stockman - by Stockman Fam Newsletter. 
Family: F2082458500
 
28 1) "Jacob Folk and wife, Mary, of Orangeburg Dist. sold land on Cannons Cr. in 1798 (Nby Deeds F-143)." Source: Folk, Laura Catherine Anc by Pike Thomas.

2) "Jacob [and Mary Elizabeth] settled on his father-in-law's land near where present day Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell and colleton counties join on the Salkehatchie River." Source: Folk, Johann Jacob Desc by David Peeples. 
Family: F2082449755
 
29 1) "Joseph Warren Folk came to Texas with his wife Molly Nobles, and their baby daughter, Mamie in 1894... They came to Freestone County in 1897 from Alabama by wagon and established their home in a two room log house, two and one half miles north of Stewards Mill, Texas. Joseph was an honest and Christian man. He was a member of the Methodist Church and carried his family to church at Stewards Mill every Sunday. He rode a little red mule named Jack and would take his grandchildren, Nobles and Molly, with him until one Sunday the mule was so frisky he was afraid and then he took them in the wagon. He had a well auger and syrup mill. He has bored many wells throughout Freestone County and talked of striking coal. He made a lot of syrup with the help of his family and also farmed." Source: Joseph Warren Folk by Mamie Folk Richardson.  
30 1) "Joseph Warren Folk came to Texas with his wife Molly Nobles, and their baby daughter, Mamie in 1894... They came to Freestone County in 1897 from Alabama by wagon and established their home in a two room log house, two and one half miles north of Stewards Mill, Texas. Joseph was an honest and Christian man. He was a member of the Methodist Church and carried his family to church at Stewards Mill every Sunday. He rode a little red mule named Jack and would take his grandchildren, Nobles and Molly, with him until one Sunday the mule was so frisky he was afraid and then he took them in the wagon. He had a well auger and syrup mill. He has bored many wells throughout Freestone County and talked of striking coal. He made a lot of syrup with the help of his family and also farmed." Source: Joseph Warren Folk by Mamie Folk Richardson.  
31 1) "Joseph Warren Folk came to Texas with his wife Molly Nobles, and their baby daughter, Mamie in 1894... They came to Freestone County in 1897 from Alabama by wagon and established their home in a two room log house, two and one half miles north of Stewards Mill, Texas. Joseph was an honest and Christian man. He was a member of the Methodist Church and carried his family to church at Stewards Mill every Sunday. He rode a little red mule named Jack and would take his grandchildren, Nobles and Molly, with him until one Sunday the mule was so frisky he was afraid and then he took them in the wagon. He had a well auger and syrup mill. He has bored many wells throughout Freestone County and talked of striking coal. He made a lot of syrup with the help of his family and also farmed." Source: Joseph Warren Folk by Mamie Folk Richardson. Family: F2082506352
 
32 1) "Married Mary Elizabeth Howard in 1797." Source:
2) Source: Ancestors of Laura Catherine Folk - by Pike Thomas states:
a) "He married Mary Elizabeth Howard 1797 and cites in issue: 12: Jacob/Levi (Source: Dee Ann L Price (comp), Barnwell Co Marriages Early to 1911, (Kennewick WA, 1992, p31).
b) "She marriedJacob/John Adam Folk 1797 in issue:12:Jacob/Levi."
3) "1797." Sources:
a) Peeples, Rev Dr Robert E H Ltr 7 Jul 2001.
b) Cath Eliz Epting & Johann Peter Stockman.
c) Folk, Johann Jacob Desc by David Peeples.
4) "In 1797 he married Mary elizabeth Howard (4/11/1780 - 2/18/1839), daughter of Samuel Howard who came from Maryland/Virginia to Barnwell/Colleton County, S.C..." Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.
5) "Mary Elizabeth ... m 1797, Jacob Folk (b 24 December, 1772, and d 10 November, 1844; son of Jacob and Catherine Epting Folk)". "Hiers Family Genealogy". 
Family: F2082449755
 
33 1) "Peter Dickert, Michael Dickert Sr., Newberry Deed Book D, pg 134."

2) "Supplement to South Carolina Marriages, 1688-1826" Compiled by Brent H. Holcomb, Genealogical Publishig Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1984.

3) "m. 23 Oct 1798 by Rev. Andrew Lorenz (Nby Deeds D-124)" Source: Dickert, Peter Family Bio fm Dutch Fork Family Bios. 
Family: F2082449758
 
34 1) "Peter Stockman had taken on the responsibility of caring for the children of Jacob Folk following Jacob's death June 20 1777. On December 17, 1784 Peter Stockman was made guardian of Jacob Folk's minor children, John Adam, Elizabeth, and Jacob Junior ... It is likely that John Adam and Jacob Jr. Folk were living with Peter Stockman in 1790. If so, John Adam was 20 years old and Jacob Jr was 18 years old ... his first wife died and he married the Widow Folk. This is the reason that Peter became guardian of the Folk Children. "
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) "On 12/17/1784, Peter Stockman was made guardian of John Adam Folk, minor son of Jacob Folk, deceased. [source: W.P. Young - 'Abstracts of Old Ninety Six and Abbeville District Wills, P. 395 - Book 107, Package 1796.].
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Family: F2082475430
 
35 1) "Peter Stockman sold land on 25 Dec 1795 to John Uriah Wicker and his wife Catherine signed the Dower. On 26 Dec 1795 apparently this same transaction was recorded again but again Peter and his wife Catherine signed the deed. Peter Stockman's wife was Barbara when land was sold in the 1804 deed reported above. In 1799 when John Zeigler died, Peter Stockman and Barbara Stockman were appointed administrators of his estate. It appears that Peter Stockman had more than one wife and possibly three. Prior to 1784 when Peter assumed guardianship of the Folk children at least two of his children were born. These two, Anna maria and George may be children by a first wife. It is probable that in 1784 Peter married Catharine Folk, widow of Jacob and daughter of John Adam Epting, although this marriage may have taken place earlier. It is unlikely that it occurred early enough for daughter Anna Maria Stockman to have been a daughter of Catherine Epting Folk since her first husband died in 1774 [Johan Jacob Folk's death has since been determined to be 1777 - Steve Mears] The first of Peter's wives whose name we know is Catherine who was Peter's wife in 1795. Apparently sometime after 1795 and prior to 1799 Catherine died and Peter married a Barbara (last name unknown)."
Source: Cath Eliz Epting & Johann Peter Stockman - by Stockman Fam Newsletter. 
Family: F2082454171
 
36 1) "The following information is from Patty Cooper's letter:
'I began my family tree research with the Kibler family, and as a result have amassed a great deal of information on that family, but I have no Levi Kibler who was around early enough to have married a child of Jacob Folk. The youngest Levi Kibler I have found is Levi L. Kibler, a son of John Kebler, Sr. and Nancy Farr. This Levi was born 1/15/1811 and would seem to be too young to marry a woman whose siblings were all born in the 1770's. Also, this Levi was a bachelor all of his life. (he had a common law wife, a couple of mistresses [multi-colored] and a bunch of kids [assorted colors as well] but he died officially unmarried, save for a rather intimate relationship with his servant, to whom he left all of his estate.) There were only 2 Kiblers in the Dutch Fork area that I have been able to account for in the late 1700's - John and Michael. There was an Irig Kibler, but it seems that he did not stay long, or produce any heiers.' " Source: "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk.
2) The above comment by Patty Cooper, if accurate, would seem to eliminate a Kibler marriage to Christina Folk. Also, just looking at the age difference between the alleged "couple" simply makes a union highly unlikely; she was 33 years older than him. Steve Mears, Family Tree Compiler. 
Family: F2082449814
 
37 1) "The petition for the incorporation of St. Peter's [Pineywoods Lutheran Church] was signed in 1794 by Rev. Frederick Joseph Wallern ... and 21 church members. The signature of Henrich Epning (Epting?) appears as 20th on the list of names. Who this person was I do not know." Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton.
Could this 'Henry Epting' be another child of Johann Adam Hebding/Epting? Steve Mears, family tree compiler.

2) "The children of Johann Adam and Christina Barbara Epting (Hepding) born in Garmany and listed in the Rötenberg church register were Catharina, Johann Georg, Johann Jacob, and Matthias."
Source: "A Hist of Epting & Epton Families of SC" by Theodore Epton. 
Family: F2082449757
 
38 1) "Their first child, Anna Elizabeth Stockman was born 24 October 1748 and she was baptized on 27 October in the Burbach Reformed Church. Their second child, Frederick, claimed to have been born in Germany, but no baptismal record of him has ever been found." Source: Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker

2) "children of Engel known in South Carolina were; Christopher Stockman Peter Stockman Henry Stockman, George Stockman, John Stockman" Source: Walker-Lyle Genealogy by Robert E Walker 
 
39 1) 2nd Wife. Sources:
a) Folk, David Desc by Mary Weaver Garcia
b) "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

2) 1st Wife. "Patty Cooper's letter states that Eve Margaret Dickert was his first wife..." Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.


2) "Married by Reverend Andrew Lorete, Minister of the Dutch Presbyterian Church in Newberry Co., SC, USA" Source: ?

3) "m. 23 Oct 1798, (by Rev. Andrew Lorenz) Eve Margaret Dickert, b. 1780, d. 3 Sep 1811, d/o Michael Dickert, Sr. and Margaret Cromer Sigler." Source: The Jacob Folk Family. 
Family: F2082449758
 
40 1) Had 7 children. Source: Folks in America 1740 - 1967.

2) 8th child (name unknown) married to Kibbler, added by _____________, Source: _________.

3) Birthplace of all children of Johann Jacob Folk & Catherine Elizabeth Epting extrapolated from land purchase in Crims Creek area in May 1756 and will disposing of land in same area in 1777. Source: Steve Mears

4) According to source, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk [possibly/apparently quoting Joseph Earle Steadman], Jacob Folk was married to Pamona Koon/Coon from 1745-176? and his first 2 children (sons John Benedict and Henry Middleton Folk) were borne by his first wife, Pamona. Source: Steve Mears, Family Tree Compiler. 
Family: F2082449756
 
41 1) In an 1804 Deed, George sold land to John Folk (his step-brother), and "his wife who signed the dower was Rebecca" [see deeds event this record].
Source: Epting, Catherine Elizabeth & Johann P Stockman by Stockman Fam Newsletter.

2) In a 28 Oct 1822 deed, Rebecca is listed as dower and wife of George Stockman [see deeds event this record].
Source: pg 2-30, "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.

3) Also married Hannah Dickert? Probably not.
a) "George Stockman, son of Peter Stockman, has been identified by Yancey Dickert in his book, 'A History and Genealogy of Peter Dickert of South Carolina' as the George Stockman wo married Hannah Dickert and then moved to Alabama. Inspection of the deeds in the Newberry County records casts some doubt on this information."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.
b) "A John George Stockman and wife Rebecca moved to perry County Alabama where they were enumerated in the 1850 census. John George was 67 yrs old or born ca 1782. His wife Rebecca was 56 yrs old."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.
This information would seem to support George Stockman moving to Alabama with a wife, but support that wife being Rebecca, not Hannah Dickert. Source: Steve Mears. 
Family: F2082458142
 
42 1) It is generally accepted that Catherine Epting and Peter Stockman had 2 children together:
1 - Anna Maria Stockman
2 - John George Stockman

2) In support of this:
a) 4) "Peter Dickert, b. ca 1773, d. 1854, m. Anna Maria Stockman, b. 7 Apr 1783, d. 19 Apr 1850, d/o Peter Stockman and Catherine Epting Folk, widow of Jacob Folk." Source: Dickert, Peter Family Bio fm Dutch Fork Family Bios.


3) Contradicting this:
a) "Peter Stockman had several more children. I believe all of them are half siblings to the children of Jacob Folk. George Stockman, Catherine Stockman, and Elizabeth Stockman as well as possible a Peter Stockman Jr. round out the family."
Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk. 
Family: F2082475430
 
43 10 children.
1) "Elizabeth Folk … married Jacob Cromer and their first child was born in 1790." Source: "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk.
2) Elizabeth and Jacob had...ten children" Source: "Desc of Jacob Folk" by Frank/Perry/Mike/James Folk. 
Family: F2082449815
 
44 12 Below Plus: Henry, Anna Kath, Eva Marg, Susannah, Wm, Eve Family: F2082449755
 
45 12 Children.
1) "Mary Elizabeth was married to Jacob Folk, b. 1772, by whom she had twelve children." Source: Henry Wm C Folk - by Folk - Anonymous #1.
2) "In 1800 he had 2 children and 3 slaves." Source: Folk, Johann Jacob Desc by David Peeples.
3) "...Jake & Lizzie had 12 children." Source: Peeples Input by Rev Dr Robert E H Peeples Ltr 5 May 2001.
4) "Jacob and Mary elizabeth had...twelve children" Source: "Descendants of Jacob Folk" Sep 2001 by Frank, Perry, Mike & James Folk.
5) "Mary Elizabeth ... m 1797, Jacob Folk..., and became the other of twelve Folk children". Source, "Hiers Family Genealogy".
6) "Issue:12, Below Plus: Henry, Anna Kath, Eva Marg, Susannah, Wm, Eve". Source: Rentz by Pike Thomas Gedcom Import 10Jun03. 
Family: F2082449755
 
46 12 Dec 1564 marriage date from pg 2-3 of source. Family: F2082454184
 
47 1900 census La. West Carroll parish(ED#126)
lived in dwelling #169-170 Henry J. Farobene head w/m may 1855 45 framer and owened 160 acres.
also was Mollie wife w/f Jan. 1862 38
Emma (daugther) July 1885 15
Bettie (daugther) may 1886 14
Jim ( son) Apr.1888 12
Fannie (daugther) Jan.1892 8
Jimmie (daugther) May 1896 4
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OBJE: C:\WINDOWS\Desktop\Feroben Tree\Henry_s_Family.jpg
OBJE: My Pictures\Henry Feroben.jpg
OBJE: C:\WINDOWS\Desktop\Feroben Tree\Herny Fairbean 1880 census.jpg 
 
48 1900 Census list:

Isaac Leroy Nov 1847

Louisa Juy 1853

Aldine May 1883

Wesley Aug 1884

Virgie Jun 1888

Bestan May 1887

Silas Jun 1892

Grady and Wade May 1894

Hattie and Hettie July 1895



Louisa's son Clancy May 1884

 
Family: F1041171345
 
49 1st Wife.

"John Wesley Folk, b. 3 Aug 1816, d. 2 Aug 1892, m. 1) Polly Aull, d/o Rev. Harman Aull" Source: The Jacob Folk Family. 
Family: F2082449781
 
50 1st Wife.

1) Based on the "abandoned wife" (divorce?) filing by Mary Sibel in 1798, it can be surmised that Mary Sibel was actually John Adam Folk's first wife, taken on while he was a wagon driver between Charleston, SC and Augusta, GA. Source: Steve Mears. 
Family: F2082457168
 

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