Orangeburgh District Migrations
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Migration of George ANTALEY
1. George ANTALEY He married unknown.
Notes for George ANTALEY: Census 1790 Orangeburg District, South Carolina. Abraham's descendents in SC, George's in AL, John's in MS and Jacob's in LA. There is a branch of Antleys still in SC who may be descended from John thru a son named Benjamin. Abraham's branch is pretty well documented and Benjamin doesn't fit, nor does he fit with George or Jacob. Benjamin named his son and daughter, John and Catherine. This would fit with the brother John because the Catherine in the 1830 Orangeburg census as head of household is assumed to be his widow. There weren't a lot of Antley's around at that time so much can be assumed without documentation. This is also supported by the church records at Four Hole and Canaan . And this Catherine's obit states she was Rev Joseph's mother. The Antilley family of TX is descended from Abraham. Henry P Antley, son of Abraham, migrated to LA and married a Ms. Wallen. He then went into TX. Henry P. of TX married a Ms. Waller and is the correct age according to census records. Henry was the son of Abraham Antley.
Children of George ANTALEY were as follows:
a. George ANTALEY (Jr), born 1774 in South Carolina; died in Dale County, Alabama. He married unknown.
Notes for George ANTALEY (Jr): George Jr. b. 1774, migrated to Thomas Co, GA after 1830 census and appears in the 1840 Thomas Co. census. He was in Dale Co AL by the 1850 census.
b. Abraham ANTLEY, born 1784; died 1 Dec 1886 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. He married Mary DANTZLER, born 6 Apr 1806; died 1 Oct 1885, daughter of Daniel DANTZLER and [---] POU.
c. John ANTALEY. He married unknown. His son Joseph S. ANTALEY, born in South Carolina; died in Mississippi. John is believed to be the father of Rev. Joseph S. Antley who migrated to MS.
d. Joseph ANTALEY.
e. Jacob ANTALEY, born 1794 in South Carolina; died 8 Jul 1854 in Clarke County, Alabama. He married (1) on 19 Aug 1817 in Clarke County, Alabama Mary GILL, born abt 1800; died abt 1837 in Clarke County, Alabama, daughter of Richard GILL and Elizabeth MYRICK; (2) on 16 Jan 1838 in Clarke County, Alabama Mariah WHITE, born 1820.
Notes for Jacob ANTALEY: Jacob served for Rutledge of the 3rd Regiment South Carolina State Troops in the War of 1812. Jacob had migrated to Clarke Co AL by 1817 where he married Mary GILL. Her family were from the Edgefield, SC area. Jacob appeared as J. Antley age 56 b. SC, entry #44 in the 1850 Clarke Co AL census. His son, James migrated to Union Parish, LA in the Autumn of 1850 (his words from Civil War Pension Application). Jacob's widow, Mariah, later migrated to Union Parish with their Antley children and some of her White relatives. On October 20, 1880 she filed for Jacob's pension from the War of 1812 from Lincoln Parish (form in 1870s from a portion of Union) stating he served for SC, they were married in Clarke Co AL and he died there. She couldn't remember much of the details of his service and thought it may have been for Collier and the application was filed under AUtley, his service records being under Antely. Her application was denied.
Information provided by Gene Jeffries 11 Apr 2000.
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