Elias, son of Johannes Jarrett and Elizabeth Fisher, probably had land in the "Jarrett" section of what is now Catawba County. My
direct Jarrett, Samuel, had land in that area, some of which he sold to Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church in 1797:
Lincoln Co. NC Deeds, 1797, Book 18, p. 237. #652. 14 Jan 1797. Samuel Jarrett (Lincoln Co) to John Yoder and John Haffner,
unamiously chosen by the congregations as trustees of common Presbyterian and Lutherian Churches on Potts Cr on W side of S fork of
Cataba River; for $8 sold 3.5 ac and 10 poles for building a 'convient' church or 'stiled meeting house' for Divine service, a
school house, and burial place for dead of said churches; part of 250 ac sold 1 Sept 1774 by Daniel Jarret to Samuel Jarrett. Signed
Samel Sarret (or Jarret). Witness M. Coulter and David Shuford. Wit. oath Apr. 1797 by M. Coulter.
Hope this helps.
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