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UPDATE Colleton Co. SC Tuten's
Posted by: Chris Tuten Date: August 21, 2000 at 16:57:10
In Reply to: Colleton Co. SC Tuten's by Chris Tuten of 553


Ancestors of Walter AlfredTuten, Sr.


Generation No. 1

       1. Walter AlfredTuten, Sr., born 1907; died May 1976. He was the son of 2. Henry Milligan Tuten and 3. Jenny Gertrude Garvin. He married (1) Elizabeth Emily Dunlap. She was born 1907, and died 1988. She was the daughter of Milton Bryson Dunlap and Elizabeth Agnew Bigby.

Notes for Walter AlfredTuten, Sr.:
Mayo-Cardial Infarction

More About Walter AlfredTuten, Sr.:
Occupation: Meat Inspector

Notes for Elizabeth Emily Dunlap:
From inoperable malignant cancer.

More About Elizabeth Emily Dunlap:
Occupation: Teacher and Principal


Generation No. 2

       2. Henry Milligan Tuten, born January 26, 1881; died July 1963. He was the son of 4. Wiley W. Tuten and 5. Loanna Padgett. He married 3. Jenny Gertrude Garvin.
       3. Jenny Gertrude Garvin She was the daughter of 6. William Garvin and 7. Zula.

More About Henry Milligan Tuten:
Occupation: Farmer

More About Jenny Gertrude Garvin:
Occupation: Housewife
       
Children of Henry Tuten and Jenny Garvin are:
              i.       Parker Tuten, married Maybrice Westbury.
              ii.       Herman Tuten, married Marguarite Williams.
              iii.       Irma Tuten, married Harris Bryant.
              iv.       Thelma Tuten, married Leroy Clarke.
       1       v.       Walter AlfredTuten, Sr., born 1907; died May 1976; married Elizabeth Emily Dunlap.


Generation No. 3

       4. Wiley W. Tuten, born Abt. 1800 in Colleton District, South Carolina; died Abt. 1870. He was the son of 8. Frederick J. Tuten and 9. Annie. He married 5. Loanna Padgett.
       5. Loanna Padgett

Notes for Wiley W. Tuten:
1830 TUTEN WILEY Colleton County SC 450 Colleton District Federal Population Schedule SC 1830 Federal Census Index SCS3a1884953
       
Children of Wiley Tuten and Loanna Padgett are:
       2       i.       Henry Milligan Tuten, born January 26, 1881; died July 1963; married Jenny Gertrude Garvin.
              ii.       Joe Tuten
              iii.       Jimmy Tuten
              iv.       Alice Tuten, born January 07, 1883 in Parkers Ferry, SC; married Sherod Oliver Hill December 27, 1900 in Colleton Co., SC; born February 15, 1874 in Round O, SC.

More About Sherod Hill and Alice Tuten:
Marriage: December 27, 1900, Colleton Co., SC

       6. William Garvin1, born WFT Est. 1854-18801; died WFT Est. 1860-19611. He was the son of 12. William Patrick Garvin and 13. Maranda Hutto. He married 7. Zula.
       7. Zula
       
Child of William Garvin and Zula is:
       3       i.       Jenny Gertrude Garvin, married Henry Milligan Tuten.


Generation No. 4

       8. Frederick J. Tuten, born Abt. 1780 in Beaufort District, St. Peters Parish, SC; died Abt. 1850. He married 9. Annie.
       9. Annie

Notes for Frederick J. Tuten:
uten, Frederick J. SC BEAUFORT DIST. ST.PETERS PARISH 041 1860
       
Child of Frederick Tuten and Annie is:
       4       i.       Wiley W. Tuten, born Abt. 1800 in Colleton District, South Carolina; died Abt. 1870; married (1) Loanna Padgett; married (2) Annie Peeples.

       12. William Patrick Garvin1, born April 15, 1831 in ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA1; died January 05, 1921 in GIDDY SWAMP, AIKIN CO. SOUTH CAROLINA1. He married 13. Maranda Hutto WFT Est. 1852-1877 in NEAR SPRINGFIELD, SOUTH CAROLINA1.
       13. Maranda Hutto1, born Abt. 1840 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA1; died August 15, 1887 in AIKIN COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA1. She was the daughter of 26. Gideon Hutto and 27. Zilpha.

Notes for William Patrick Garvin:
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William Patrick Garvin served with the South Carolina 22nd, during the War Between the States, as a pvt. in Company I. Records from the National Archives show that he enlisted on March 29, 1862 at Charleston. It appears that in April of 1864 he went A.W.O.L. but the records fail to indicate that charged were brought against him.

Uncle Enoch knew him, because he had lived with them for a short period. He said that WP had told the children the story of "losing the entire Army." As his story went, they "had been left to hold a position on a hill (in either near Gettysburg or near Petersburg, Virginia) while the Army moved South. They stayed on the position until they ran totally our of food and ammunition. An effort was made to locate the Army, but when they were unable to, they voted to take the only other option they had. They went home." It fits, but was it true? The only thing in his favor is that he didn't hide. I feel certain that if he had actually run away, he would have at least made an effort to hide. This he did not do.

In the late 1800's, WP's sons, Levi and John Preston left for Alabama. His daughter Polly married William Gantt and followed her brothers. Our grandfather, James Brooks moved on to Georgia in the early 1900s. When he was left alone following the death of his wife Maranda, WP spent his time visiting his children. In the various National Census Records, he can be found in South Carolina, and Alabama.

On January 5, 1921, William Patrick died of pneumonia. According to his death certificate, he was then living at Giddy Swamp. There was absolutely no helpful information provided on the certificate, except for his date of birth. This was provided by L. O. BAUGHMAN (?) Who this man was we don't know. The fact that he at least knew the birth date, should mean that he was somehow connected to our family, perhaps as an in-law. When the 1930 Census is released in the year 2000, it will be interesting to track his place of residence. This could shed some light on the subject.

WB was laid to rest beside his wife Maranda, at Bethcar Cemetery in Aikin County, South Carolina. It is interesting to note here, that Maranda, who died in 1887, was buried with an incorrect grave marker. It carries the name Jenny. Was this a nick- name, or was an error made by the stone carver, and WP did not have the money to make the correction? This is something that we will never know.

Notes for Maranda Hutto:
[WilliamPatrickGarvin.FTW]

Maranda passed away in 1887 and was buried at Bethcar Church. For some reason, the name on her grave marker was listed as Jenny. Was this a nickname or was it due to the error of the stone carver?

More About William Garvin and Maranda Hutto:
Marriage: WFT Est. 1852-1877, NEAR SPRINGFIELD, SOUTH CAROLINA1
       
Child of William Garvin and Maranda Hutto is:
       6       i.       William Garvin, born WFT Est. 1854-1880; died WFT Est. 1860-1961; married Zula.


Generation No. 5

       26. Gideon Hutto1, born Abt. 1808 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA1; died WFT Est. 1843-1899 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA1. He was the son of 52. Gideon Hutto Sr and 53. Rachael. He married 27. Zilpha WFT Est. 1824-1857 in SOUTH CAROLINA1.
       27. Zilpha1, born WFT Est. 1799-1821 in SOUTH CAROLINA1; died WFT Est. 1843-1909 in SOUTH CAROLINA1.

More About Gideon Hutto and Zilpha:
Marriage: WFT Est. 1824-1857, SOUTH CAROLINA1
       
Child of Gideon Hutto and Zilpha is:
       13       i.       Maranda Hutto, born Abt. 1840 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA; died August 15, 1887 in AIKIN COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA; married William Patrick Garvin WFT Est. 1852-1877 in NEAR SPRINGFIELD, SOUTH CAROLINA.


Generation No. 6

       52. Gideon Hutto Sr1, born Abt. 1773 in SOUTH CAROLINA1; died WFT Est. 1811-1864 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA1. He was the son of 104. Isaac Hutto Jr. and 105. Annah Mcmichael. He married 53. Rachael WFT Est. 1800-1832 in SOUTH CAROLINA1.
       53. Rachael1, born Abt. 1788 in SOUTH CAROLINA1; died WFT Est. 1812-1882 in SOUTH CAROLINA1.

More About Gideon Sr and Rachael:
Marriage: WFT Est. 1800-1832, SOUTH CAROLINA1
       
Child of Gideon Sr and Rachael is:
       26       i.       Gideon Hutto, born Abt. 1808 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA; died WFT Est. 1843-1899 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA; married Zilpha WFT Est. 1824-1857 in SOUTH CAROLINA.


Generation No. 7

       104. Isaac Hutto Jr.1, born Abt. 1740 in ORANGEBURG COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA1; died WFT Est. 1776-1831 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA1. He was the son of 208. Isaac Hutto, Sr and 209. Maria Catherina. He married 105. Annah Mcmichael WFT Est. 1755-1788 in SOUTH CAROLINA1.
       105. Annah Mcmichael1, born 1739 in SCOTLAND1; died WFT Est. 1776-1834 in SOUTH CAROLINA1. She was the daughter of 210. George Mcmichael and 211. (Unknown) Giesendanner.

More About Isaac Jr. and Annah Mcmichael:
Marriage: WFT Est. 1755-1788, SOUTH CAROLINA1
       
Child of Isaac Jr. and Annah Mcmichael is:
       52       i.       Gideon Hutto Sr, born Abt. 1773 in SOUTH CAROLINA; died WFT Est. 1811-1864 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA; married Rachael WFT Est. 1800-1832 in SOUTH CAROLINA.


Generation No. 8

       208. Isaac Hutto, Sr1, born 1695 in SWITZERLAND1; died August 15, 1752 in ORANGEBURG COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA1. He married 209. Maria Catherina WFT Est. 1714-1740 in ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA1.
       209. Maria Catherina1, born Abt. 1699 in SWITZERLAND1; died May 03, 1758 in ORANGEBURG COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA1.

More About Isaac Hutto and Maria Catherina:
Marriage: WFT Est. 1714-1740, ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA1
       
Child of Isaac Hutto and Maria Catherina is:
       104       i.       Isaac Hutto Jr., born Abt. 1740 in ORANGEBURG COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA; died WFT Est. 1776-1831 in ROCKY SWAMP, ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA; married Annah Mcmichael WFT Est. 1755-1788 in SOUTH CAROLINA.

       210. George Mcmichael1, born Abt. 1720 in SCOTLAND1; died WFT Est. 1742-1811 in ORANGEBURG COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA1. He married 211. (Unknown) Giesendanner WFT Est. 1734-1784 in ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA1.
       211. (Unknown) Giesendanner1, born WFT Est. 1701-17591; died WFT Est. 1750-18431. She was the daughter of 422. Capt. Jacob Giessendanner.

Notes for George Mcmichael:
[WilliamPatrickGarvin.FTW]

George came to America from Scotland as a soldier in the army of General Braddock. His two brothers remained in New York and Pennsylvania after the Indian War, but George came South to South Carolina. When the British captured S.C. in 1780, George was commissioned as a Major of the Orangeburgh Dist. Regiment. He was not a violent Tory, because his daughters all married men who served in the American Revolution. His daughter Annah married out ancestor, Isaac Hutto, Jr.

More About George Mcmichael and (Unknown) Giesendanner:
Marriage: WFT Est. 1734-1784, ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA1
       
Child of George Mcmichael and (Unknown) Giesendanner is:
       105       i.       Annah Mcmichael, born 1739 in SCOTLAND; died WFT Est. 1776-1834 in SOUTH CAROLINA; married Isaac Hutto Jr. WFT Est. 1755-1788 in SOUTH CAROLINA.


Generation No. 9

       422. Capt. Jacob Giessendanner1, born January 25, 1726/27 in SWITZERLAND1; died August 16, 1759 in ORANGEBURG, CO., SOUTH CAROLINA1. He was the son of 844. George G. Giessendanner.

Notes for Capt. Jacob Giessendanner:
[WilliamPatrickGarvin.FTW]

Jacob Giessendanner was always referred to as Captain Giessendanner. There are records of him fighting in the Indian Wars. It is now know who he married, but obviously she died very early and he never remarried. The only reference to him as having one been married, is one mentioning his daughter's marriage to George McMichael of Orangeburg, SC. The daughters first name has never been mentioned in any of the older records of the church.

The Church records of Rev. Giesssendanner, (the relationship is also unknown,) give mention to his death. It apparently occurred after an eight day illness. He was 32 years, 6 months and 3 weeks old at the time of his death. At that time, his daughter would have only been a child.

Capt. Giessendanner was buried in the Old Pioneer Cemetery (referred to the the Giessendanner Graveyard) in Orangeburgh, located behind what is now the Orangeburg County Historical Society Building on Bull Street between North Broughton and Middleton Streets. His grave marker is missing, but there is a monument erected to the memory of those lying in un- marked graves, and his name is included in the list. It has been noted that the original markers were either stone or wooden, and that they became victim to grazing cows or were violated by individuals who removed bones to bury the bodies of others. We can only hope that Jacob is resting in peace.
       
Child of Capt. Jacob Giessendanner is:
       211       i.       (Unknown) Giesendanner, born WFT Est. 1701-1759; died WFT Est. 1750-1843; married George Mcmichael WFT Est. 1734-1784 in ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA.


Generation No. 10

       844. George G. Giessendanner1, born 1691 in SWITZERLAND1; died Abt. 1655 in ORANGEBURG CO. SC1. He was the son of 1688. George Giessendanner Sr.
       
Child of George G. Giessendanner is:
       422       i.       Capt. Jacob Giessendanner, born January 25, 1726/27 in SWITZERLAND; died August 16, 1759 in ORANGEBURG, CO., SOUTH CAROLINA; married WFT Est. 1746-1757.


Generation No. 11

       1688. George Giessendanner Sr1, born Abt. 1695 in SWITZERLAND1; died WFT Est. 1714-17851. He was the son of 3376. Hans Ulrich Giessendanner.
       
Child of George Giessendanner Sr is:
       844       i.       George G. Giessendanner, born 1691 in SWITZERLAND; died Abt. 1655 in ORANGEBURG CO. SC.


Generation No. 12

       3376. Hans Ulrich Giessendanner1, born Abt. 1630 in SWITZERLAND1; died WFT Est. 1695-17241.
       
Child of Hans Ulrich Giessendanner is:
       1688       i.       George Giessendanner Sr, born Abt. 1695 in SWITZERLAND; died WFT Est. 1714-1785; married WFT Est. 1714-1746.


Endnotes

1. WilliamPatrickGarvin.FTW, Date of Import: Aug 15, 2000.



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