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Re: Turnipseed's of S.C. Information
Posted by: Shirley Hager Date: June 29, 1999 at 21:48:41
In Reply to: Turnipseed's of S.C. Information by Shirley Hager of 446

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Jocob Turnipseed served One Hundred Ten days int eh Militia under Col. Thomas Taylor during 1781 and 1782, A.A.7965; X203

John Turnipseed served in the Militia and was at the Fall of Charleston. a.A. 7966; yearbook,1897


David Turnipseed married Catherine Peters
1 Nov 1816

Henry Turnipseed and Elizabeth Deeds
9 Dec 1811

Isaac Turnipseed married Elizabeth Croome
28 Sep 1841

John Turnipseed married Columbia Youstler
9 Jan 1845

Janetta Turnipseed married George Patton
22 Oct 1835

Margaret Turnipseed married Thomas J. Patton
26 Sep 1839

There were quite a few Turnipseeds in Richmond Co. SC. History of Richmond..
Blat, Felix, George, Harriet, Herman, Jacob, John B, Mary S, Nancy, Pott, and Thomas.

Another book "Names in South Carolina"

(just a part of it)

Hans Rebsome got a land grant in 1752 where Cedar Creek enters Broad River; Edwin L. Green said the name Rebsome(Reapsamen, Rubseman, etc.) was translated into the name Turnipseed and that other members of Hans Rebsome's family settled near Hans; John (Hans) Reapsamen died in 1797 (his son-in-law Adam Hammiter an executor)); John Turnipseed and Bartholemew Turnipseed held lands adjoining Jacob Abner's 1772 grant on a branch of upper Cedar Creek; Blat.(Bartholemew)Turnipseed the elder died in 1782 (Jacob Turnipseed, administrator); and Bat.Turnipseed (Barthlow Rubseman) the younger was in the 1790 census. Jocob turnipseed (Jacob Rubseman) the elder served in the Revolution in 1781-82 and was administrator for the estate of Blat. Turnipseed the younger (Jacob Rubsaman jun.) was a son-in-law of Anthony Pullig (his 1828 will had an executor who was also an executor of Herman Kinsler Jr. ) Jacob Turnipseed the younger died in 1831. Felix Turnipseed(Felix Rubsaman) died in 1801. Adam Hammiter served in the Revolution in 1781-82, and in 1797 was an executor of the will of his father-in-law John Peapsamen the elder; Adam Frederick Hamiter "of Cedar Creek" died in 1822.

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And in the 1790 census for Fairfield County (section between Cedar Creek and Little River which was soon transferred to Richland County) were listed Bat. Turnipseed (Barthlow Rubseman), John Hamitar (obviously a relative of Adam Hammiter), Jacob Turnipseed (Jacob Rubseman),...........

I hope this will help someone.....


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