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Misc notes while hunting for my Rosa Lang
Posted by: ann gallagher (ID *****8210) Date: October 29, 2011 at 15:46:39
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South Carolina Marriages, 1688-1799
James Summers and Mary Lang P License 22 March 1744/5 St. Phil PR

SC 1780
James Lang Gender: M (Male) State: South Carolina County: Ninety Six District Town: Little River Bottom, Broad and Saludy Residence Year: 1780 Household Remarks: He is on "A List of Petit-Jury Men and Jury Men in Civil Causes" from "Little River between Broad & Saludy."

SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.166
Pp. 331-332: William Wyly of Camden in the District of Camden…to my dearly beloved wife Elizabeth Wyly, one third of my Estate real and personal and at her deceased to devolve to my daughter Dinah Wyly & in case of my daughter Dinah deceasing without issue than to James Wilson Lang, Samuel Lang, and John Wyly Lang, sons of William and Sarah Lang…Exrs: William Lang, John Chesnut, and John Millhouse…13 November 1785. Wm Wyly (LS),

1790 SC Census Heads of Family Cheraw District
John Lang

Kershaw SC
James Lang Birth Year: abt 1790 Age in 1870: 80 Birthplace: South Carolina Home in 1870: Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina Race: Black Gender: Male Value of real estate Post Office Camden Household Members: hh James Lang 80 - 1870 Census Place Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1499 Page 248B Image 504 Family History Library Film 552998

1800 Index Census South Carolina - Ancestry
J H Lang Csn 123
John Ora 543
William Cfd 104
William Ker 397
William Ora 547
William Jr. Cfd 110
Willougbby Nby 83

1810 Kershaw
James W Lang County: Kershaw State: South Carolina Free White Males 16 to 25: 1 Free White Males 26 to 44: 1 Free White Females Under 10 1 Free White Females 16 to 25 1 Numbers of Slaves: 29 Number of Household Members Under 16 1 Number of Household Members Over 25: 1 Number of Household Members 33 1810; Census Place, Kershaw, South Carolina Roll: 62 Page 431 Family History Number 0181421 Image 00172

Positive this is my Lang Ancestors. Need help with this Lang Family Please. I desend thru Rosa (Lang) Poston - Register.... All help highly appreciated. Thanks, Ann
Jno A. Lang Spouse: Margaret A. King Marriage Date: 1773-1865 Source: Marriage and Death Notices, Southern Christian Advocate
Margaret Lang Age in 1860 49 Birth Year abt 1811 Birthplace South Carolina Home in 1860 Chesterfield, South Carolina Gender Female Post Office Cheraw
hh census
Mathew White 74
Jane White 74
Eliza White 40
Rachel Whittington 35
Susan Buchanan 26
Hugh Buchanan 36
L H Buchanan 8
Emeline F Buchanan 5
Angelina Buchanan 4
Rachel J Buchanan 2/12
Eli Whittington 17
John Lang 17
Rosa Lang 10
Peter Lang 15
Sarah Lang 7
Margaret Lang 49
1860 Census Chesterfield, South Carolina Roll M653_1217 Page117 Image 238 Family History Library Film 805217

SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.166
Pp. 332-334: Will of William Richardson of Bloom Hill in the District of Camden…to my wife in lieu of her dower £ 1000 sterling…to each of my daughters (whether born before the date of this will or after), £ 1000 sterling…to all my children male or female, the income of my estate for their maintenance…until two of my sons shall attain the age of 22 years…wife Extx. & friends Charles Cotesworth Pinckeny, John Pringle, John Smyth and John Chesnut, and all my sons as they attain the age of 21 years, Exrs…1 December 1785. Wm Richardson (LS),

SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.167
Pp. 336-338: A Return of the Appraisment of the Estate of Colo. Francis Goodwyn Deceased 27th October 1785. Includes 56 Negroes (named). Jock M'Lemore, William GoodWyn, John Moore, appraisers.

SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.168
Pp. 350-352: Will of James Atkinson of St. Marks parish, Craven County, planter…to my wife Elizabeth Atkinson, the use of the plantation whereon I now live on Black River and the use of negro slaves (named)…to my son Marmaduke Atkinson, negro Neal; to my son Shadrick Atkinson, negro Will and negro woman Res; to son Fredrick Atkinson, negro slave Simon; to my son Adwill Atkinson, negros Isaac, Joe and Lucy; to the heirs of my daughter Martha Lenoir, deceased, negro slave Sarah; to my daughter Lucy Crosswell, negro woman slave [not named]; to my daughter Elizabeth Molone, negro Winey; to my daughter Silvra Spight, negr (named); to son Adwill Atkinson, the plantation whereon I now live…£ 25 out of a note due from John McQueen…wife Elizabeth and sons Shadrick & Fedrick, Exrs…31 Oct 1785. James Atkinson (X) (LS), Wit: William Davis, Mathew Carter, Redden McCoy.

SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.169
Pp. 357-358: Will of Uriah Goodwyn…to my two brothers Francis Goodwyn and William Goodwyn, a tract known as Frenchman's pond, 200 acres and all the pine land on N side Congaree River; to my brothers and Sisters Francis, Goodwyn, William Goodwyn, Kezia Goodwyn, Amy Goodwyn and Angeline Hicks, all my personal Estate (except £ 100 sterling to Mary Hay)…brothers William and Francis, Exrs…30 Jan 1786. U. Goodwyn (LS), Wit: I. Martin, John Moore, William Hopkins.

SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.169
Pp. 358-359: Will of William Wilson, 28 Feb 1776; to my wife Mary Willson, all my lands and book debts…ordain her my Extx…Wm Willson (LS),

SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.170
Wit: William Geiger, Uriah Goodwyn.

SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.170
Pp. 359-360: A true Inventory and apraisement of the Goods and Chattels of the Estate of James Atkinson Deceased all ready Shone to us by Shadrick Atkinson and Fedrick Atkinson. includes 24 negroes (named) and one note of John McQueen dated 22 Sept 1783, one note of hand of John Malones for Eleven guineas and a half, 28 Dec 1784. December ye 5 1786 [no total], by William Davis, Richd Harvin, Elijah McCay.

SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.171
Pp. 366-367: Memoranum of the Goods and Chattels Rights and Credits of Doctor William Wilson Deced. Accts. due from Malachi Howell, Henry Chappell, Cathren Blanshad, Nathan Dorch, John Wyche, Drury Wyche, Hardy Hay, Hicks Chappell, Laban Chappell, Howell Hay, Gilbert Gibson, Frederick Heath, Jonathan Dungan, James Taylor, Noah Philips, Robt Leviston, Richard Evans, Joseph Westcoat, Peter Smith, Joseph Martin, Daniell Tateman, Joell Threewits, John Hauge, Robt Goodwyn, John Gee[?], nazerah Hunter, Capt. William Howell, Olliver Legran, Phillip Pearson, Gabrel Parker, James Pearce, Colo. William Thompson, John Robertson, Robt Reves, Henry Patrick, Thomas Jefferys, Joseph Tatetom; Ludwell Evans note. John Marshal, And Patterson, Saml Penny.
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The Langs of Camden, SC - Excerpt from Historic Camden by Thomas J. Kirkland - 1905 / William Lang (I), son of Obadiah Lang and Elizabeth Wilson, his wife, was born near Wakefield, in Yorkshire, England (the shire whence Joseph Kershaw came), Feb. 16, 1746. He emigrated to the South Carolina colony in 1770, settled at Camden, and in 1775 married Sally Wyly, daughter of Samuel Wyly and Dinah Milhouse, his wife. He died in 1815 and his wife in 1817. A considerable part of the extensive landed estate of Samuel Wyly came to him through his marriage. Their children were:
1. James Wilson Lang, born 1776.
2. Elizabeth Lang, born 1779.
3. Samuel Wyly Lang, born 1782.
4. John Lang, born 1785.
5. Hannah Lang, born 1788.
6. William Wyly Lang, born 1790.
7. Thomas Lang, born 1793.
William W. Lang (II) first married Katherine Boykin, daughter of Burwell Boykin. His Camden residence, corner Campbell and DeKalb streets (lot 674), still stands. This lot had been conveyed in 1799 by John Kershaw to the town of Camden as a burial ground for "negroes, slaves, Indians, mulattoes and mestizoes," but had, presumably, never been so used, for in 1814 William W. Lang purchased it from the town and built his home there. This location, the most elevated point in the town, the most desirable and eligible for handsome buildings, has, in the strange mutation of time, become neglected and lost to such purposes.
After occupying a leading position in the affairs of Camden, Mr. Lang left for Alabama about 1845, in the wake of that movement westward which so depopulated the town in that decade. His second wife was Sarah, daughter of Duncan McRae, and their descendants are throughout the South, though none in Camden.
James Wilson Lang married Miss Murray, of Stateburg, S. C. Their children were two daughters, Misses Murray and Susan Lang, who lived together as old maiden ladies, and died unmarried. He was Clerk of Court for Kershaw County in 1836-37.
The Langs now residents of this county are all descendants of Thomas Lang (no. 7 above), who occupied an important place in the business, social and political affairs of this community. As a planter, on a large scale, he was successful, which of itself bespeaks energy and ability. His residence was in the "Magazine" quarter of old Camden, where he presided with social distinction, and often entertained the military companies at their musters on the green.
In the fierce days of Nullification he came to the front in the politics of the district. To explain his peculiar attitude would require the exploration of the intricacies of the party divisions of the time. His was an example of the adage that extremes meet. Although an ultra believer in State's rights, and the doctrine of paramount allegiance to the State, he would none of the Nullifier's profession of adherence to the Union while repudiating Federal laws. This paradox drove him to the Unionists, who were indeed his opposites in principle, and in the critical contests of 1830 and 1832 he was elected to the Legislature at the head of their ticket.
But when, in 1833, the Nullifiers proposed for enactment the drastic "Test Oath," requiring all State officers, civil and military, to subscribe an oath of paramount State allegiance—when the State, wrought to tension, watched the fate of this measure, which hung in the balance, to the consternation of his Unionist constituents, to his own undoing, he voted for it . Of his conduct Col. Shannon has said: "He in his vote adhered to his principles and took issue with his party, cast his vote sternly, quietly, with calm dignity and gracefully retired, knowing that the act closed his public career. He lived twice over to prove his faith by his works. In 1852 he stood again by the banner of State sovereignty and secession, and in 1860 he gave earnestly of his time and means to the great but now 'lost cause,' and had the satisfaction of greeting as his comrades in that last campaign, every survivor of the 'fifty-seven'"—an allusion doubtless to the number in the Legislature of 1833 who had opposed the "Test Oath." He died May 13, 1861, just as the guns of Sumter proclaimed the principles of the Test Oath.
Thomas Lang married Mary, daughter of Duncan McRae, March 29, 1815. She died Feb. 22, 1848. Their children were: (1) Sally Wyly Lang, who married Burwell Boykin, 1834, died May 17, 1889. (2) Duncan McRae Lang, born 1817, married Mary Honoria Logan, 1853, died 1856. (3) William Lang, born 1818, died 1820. (4) Mary Chesnut Lang, born 1820, married Dr. Ed. M. Boykin, 1841, only survivor of children of Thos. Lang. (5) Thomas Lang, born 1821, married Eliz. Rives, died 1867. (6) William Lang, second son of this name, born 1822, died 1824. (7) Harriet McRae Lang, born 1823, died, unmarried, 1892. (8) John Chesnut Lang, born 1825, died 1889. (9) Ed. Brevard Lang, born 1826, died 1865. (10) Flora McRae Lang, born 1828, died 1832. (11) Septimus Lang, born 1830, died 1831. (12) Theodore Lang, born 1832, died unmarried, at Memphis, Tenn., 1896.

Camden, SC to Penn. Hospital

John C Lang Age: 25 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1825 Birth Place: South Carolina Gender: Male Home in 1850 (City,County,State): Blockley - Pennsylvania Hospital For The Insane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Family Number: 550

John Lang Birth Year: abt 1826 Age in 1870: 44 Birthplace: South Carolina Home in 1870: Philadelphia Ward 24 District 78, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: Post Office: West Philadelphia

John C. Lang Home in 1880: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Age: 53 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1827 Birthplace: South Carolina Neighbors: Marital Status: Single Race: White Gender: Male 1880; Census Place: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Roll: 1183; Family History Film: 1255183; Page: 361C; Enumeration District: 508; Image: 0549

John C Lang Township: Philadelphia County: Philadelphia State: Pennsylvania Previous Residence: Camden, South Carolina Enumeration Date: Jun 1880 Schedule Type: Insane Schedule Page: 3 Schedule Line: 6 Line Number: 13

John C Lang Birth Date: abt 1825 Birth Place: South Carolina Death Date: 2 Aug 1889 Death Place: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Age at Death: 64 Burial Date: 5 Aug 1889 Gender: Male Race: White Occupation: Law Student Cemetery: West Laurel Hill Marital Status: Single FHL Film Number: 2080088


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