Starting Sept. 5, 2014, Genealogy.com will be making a big change. GenForum message boards, Family Tree Maker homepages, and the most popular articles will be preserved in a read-only format, while several other features will no longer be available, including member subscriptions and the Shop.
 
Learn more


Chat | Daily Search | My GenForum | Community Standards | Terms of Service
Jump to Forum
Home: Surnames: Nauman Family Genealogy Forum

Post FollowupReturn to Message ListingsPrint Message

Ann Catherine Nauman of Charleston, S. C.
Posted by: BENNY SMITH, SR (ID *****1801) Date: May 01, 2004 at 16:19:10
  of 135

I am a decendant of Ann Catherine Nauman and would like to hear from anyone searching this Nauman (Dutch?) family? Ann was born November 19, 1786. Parents were Margaret and John Nauman born in Holland. According to the South Carolina Hist. Magazine Vol 75-1974 and the History & Records of the Charleston Orphan House 1790-1860, "Catherine Nauman was admitted January 22 1795. Indentured to Margaret H---beck as a domestic May 29 1798. Indentures expired November 17, 180?. She was brought to the Orphan House by Capt. Strobel, January 8 1795. (Minutes, January 8 1795) Ann married John Christian Martin (II) Feb. 24, 1808 in Charleston, S. Carolina. 1840 Census of Coweta Co., Ga. lists Ann C. Martin as head of household (husband John C. Martin deceased 1835). Ann was the mother of 12 children. 1860 Census of Coweta Co., Ga. at age 74 and living in her home was her son Nicholas Martin and his wife Elizabeth and child, and also Ann C.'s son Francis M. Martin who was single still at age 31. According to her grandson, Ann "was a great lover of books".


Notify Administrator about this message?
Followups:

Post FollowupReturn to Message ListingsPrint Message

http://genforum.genealogy.com/nauman/messages/71.html
Search this forum:

Search all of GenForum:

Proximity matching
Add this forum to My GenForum Link to GenForum
Add Forum
Home |  Help |  About Us |  Site Index |  Jobs |  PRIVACY |  Affiliate
© 2007 The Generations Network