Orangeburgh District Migrations

Migration of Henry SALLEY (JR) and Anne FRIDAY

1. Henry SALLEY Jr., born 10 Oct 1723 in Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland; died 1804 in Goodland Swamp, Orangeburgh, South Carolina, son of Henry SALLEY (SR) and Maria (VON ARX) Salley . He married (1) on 29 Jul 1744 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina Magdalena HUBER Salley, died 25 Feb 1760 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina, buried 26 Feb 1760 in Churchyard, Orangeburgh, South Carolina, daughter of Hans HUBER and Susannah [unknown]; (2) on 5 May 1784 in East Florida Anne FRIDAY, daughter of David FRIDAY and Elizabeth HOGABOOK.

Notes for Henry SALLEY (JR): 1749 Signed Giessendanner petition. Henry Salley recd pay for sister of William Pendarvis, Junr. 1781. 1752 On Christmas Day Decr. 25th, Henry, son of Peter and Margareth Barbara Hottow, born [blank] 175[blank] Susceptr. Henry Sally, Junr., Isaac Hottow, Susannah Yonn. (Rev. Giessendanner) 1757 On Sunday November. 6th in Orangeb. Church. George Riggs, son of Peter and Mary Wood; born December 4th 1751. Suret: Joseph Griffith, Henry Sally, Junr. and Elizabeth wife of Joseph Thornton. (Rev. Giessendanner) 1759 On Easter Day April 15th in Orangeb. Church. Lucretia, daughter of Joseph and Sarah Clemmons, born May 1, 1758. Suret: Henry Sally, Junr., Christina wife of Nicholas Yonn, and N. wife of Henry Sally Senr. (Rev. Giessendanner) 1784 May 5 Married Ann Friday in East Florida. William Yonn married Ann Friday after Henry Sally's death. REF: Supplement to History of Salley Family. East Florida was British Territory and was considered a place of haven when the Loyalist fled South Carolina and other states at the conclusion of the Rev. War. After Spain reclaimed Florida under the 1783 Treaty of Paris, the Spanish decreed that a census would be taken and all residents would be required to convert to Catholicism and become Spanish citizens or "retire" from Florida. Any resident who refused the ultimatum would be expelled from the Colony. This is from the 1783 Spanish Census of Florida: Pages 62 and 63: Pages 55 and 56 Henry Gally: Native of South Carolina he avails, by writing, of Spanish protection to retire, he has a wife, five negroes, four horses tamed and 17 wild horses, he inhabits Paula Inlet. (Note) Two of the negroes that had run away were returned the 22nd of October by virtue of certification by General Tonyn. They were called Cain and Robin.

Notes for Magdalena HUBER: Married Henry Sally Junr. to Magdalena Huber. (Rev. Giessendanner) [list after England] 1760 On Monday Febr. 25th died, and the day after was interred in the Church yard of Orangeburgh the Body of Magdalene, Wife of Henry Sally Junr. , Aged [torn off] (Rev. Giessendanner)

Children of Henry SALLEY (JR) and Magdalena HUBER were as follows:

a. Anne SALLEY, born 16 Dec 1752 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; died 1 May 1828. She married (1) Joseph PENDARVIS, born abt 1749 in South Carolina; died 1791 in South Carolina, son of Brand PENDARVIS and Ursula JENNINGS; (2) abt 1792 in South Carolina John ROBINSON, born abt 1750; died abt 25 Feb 1797 in South Carolina, son of Joseph ROBINSON and Anna Margarett COOK; (3) aft 1800 in South Carolina James DANIELS (COL), born abt 1755; died 1824.

Notes for Anne SALLEY: 1753 Baptized in Orangeburgh Church on Easter Sunday April 22d. Anne, daughter of Henry, Junr. and Magdalene Sally; born Decr. 16th 1752. Susceptr . Martin Sally, Anne, wife of Jacob Kuhnen Senr. and Christina, wife of Nicholas Yonn. (Rev. Giessendanner) REF: Supplement to History of Salley Family. Will of Ann Daniel, wife of James Daniel and mother of Ann Pendarvis, the wife of Jacob Zeigler. Dated 11 Feb 1827. 1. Mentions former husband Joseph Pendarvis 2. Mentions daughter Ursula Jennings 3. Mentions grandson Joseph Jennings 4. Mentions deceased daughter Elizabeth Zeigler wife of Conrad Zeigler 5. Mentions daughter Ann Zeigler wife of Jacob Zeigler 6. Mentions son William Pendarvis 7. Mentions deceased son James Pendarvis. Witness to the will of Ann Robinson - Daniel is Ann Catherine Pendarvis. On 15 Nov 1830, Joseph Robinson, filed an Equity case in the Orangeburg District Court: Executor vs. James W. Maxwell, Admr. Joseph Robinson, the petitioner, as executor of the will of his father, John Robinson, says that on Feb. 25, 1797 his father made his will and soon after died. The will appointed his wife, Anne, executrix and his son Anthony and his son Joseph as executors; but only petitioner and the widow qualified. Will was probated 15 Mar 1797 in the Orangeburg Court of Ordinary. Further down in the record it states that the widow, Ann, married James Daniel. In the Will of John Robinson, he mentions his wife, Ann. Mentions sons Joseph, Anthony, Daniel, and David Robinson. Mentions daughters Margaret, Elizabeth, and Mariah. The Court recordl further states that Mrs. Robinson-Daniel had been married first to one Pendarvis and had children by him.

Notes for Joseph PENDARVIS: 15 Jul 1768 granted 150 acres Colleton Co. 1776 wit. to deed from John Jennings, of Orangeburgh Township and Mary Jennings, dau. of Philip Jennings of the Fork of the Edisto River. Census 1790 (South Part) Joseph Pendarvis appears with 6 "other free persons" and 41 slaves. John alias Joseph Pendarvis. A John Pendarvis SGT, Militia 1781 (also a PVT).

Notes for John ROBINSON: John Robinson, PVT, Militia 1781. Land granted (200 acres) on Limestone Branch on 10 Jun 1772. Additional 500 acres granted in 1775. Plat 20:141; Plat 20:142.

Notes for James DANIELS (COL): Will of Ann Daniel, wife of James Daniel and mother of Ann Pendarvis, the wife of Jacob Zeigler. Dated 2/11/1827 1. Mentions former husband Joseph Pendarvis 2. Mentions daughter Ursula Jennings 3. Mentions grandson Joseph Jennings 4. Mentions deceased daughter Elizabeth Zeigler wife of Conrad Zeigler 5. Mentions daughter Ann Zeigler wife of Jacob Zeigler 6. Mentions son William Pendarvis 7. Mentions deceased son James Pendarvis REF: RandyFloyd msg 15Mar99 Anne Salley (1752-1828) married Joseph Pendarvis (d.1791) and had five children : 1) Ursula Pendarvis (d.1840) married Philip Jennings, 2) James Pendarvis (d.circa 1824-6), 3) William Pendarvis, 4) Elizabeth Pendarvis married Conrad Zeigler, and 5) Mary Ann Pendarvis married Jacob Zeigler. Anne Salley Pendarvis then married John Robinson, and as his widow married James Daniel. She had no surviving children by either later marriage. The above is drawn from the estate records of James Daniel, Anne Daniel. and Michael Zeigler all of Barnwell County, SC, and two equity records from Lexington County concerning the heirs of Brand Pendarvis (1803 and 1811). Conrad and Jacob Zeigler had a sister, Elizabeth Zeigler, who married a William Pendarvis. This William may have been the son of Anne Salley Pendarvis Robinson Daniel, but there were other local William Pendarvises.

b. Margaret SALLEY, born 14 Mar 1754 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina. 1756 Baptized in Orangeburgh Church on Thursday January 1st. Margaret, daughter of Henry Sally Junr. and Magdalene his wife; born March 14th 1754. Suscept. Peter and Margaret Larry and Barbara Hegely. (Rev. Giessendanner)

Children of Henry SALLEY (JR) and Anne FRIDAY were as follows:

c. Uriah SALLEY, born 28 Apr 1786 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; died 1 Mar 1820 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; buried in Gin Branch, Orangeburgh, South Carolina. He married on 4 Aug 1808 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina Rebecca JONES, born 23 Dec 1789 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; died 29 May 1872 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; buried in Gin Branch, Orangeburgh, South Carolina, daughter of Henry JONES and Mary POU. Born 28 or 26 Apr 1786

d. John Martin SALLEY, born 1788 in Orangeburgh, South Carolina; died 1836. He married Elizabeth POU, born 1796.

e. Levicia SALLEY, born 8 Aug 1791 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina; died 8 Jan 1866 in Copiah County, Mississippi. She married (1) John YOUNG, born abt 1790 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina; died 1816, son of Thomas YOUNG (SR) and Hannah PATRICK; (2) Henry BOLIN, born abt 1794/95 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina; died abt 1824 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina, son of Edward BOLIN (SR) and Anne Elizabeth SALLEY; (3) Reddick SOJOURNER, born 1791 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina; died 1868.

Notes for Levicia SALLEY: On 7 May 1839 Feadrick Lajounner receives custody from William Yon of thirteen negroes and their increase, viz: Venus, Punck, Patt, Laurence, Handy, Juliet, Landy, Cain, Sary, Frank, Mary, Caroline and Harriet. They being the said Venus and her increase and descendants since division of the estate of Henry Salley. Negroes for the use and benefit of the heirs of Henry Salley, dec'd. REF: Youn Family Papers, South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina.

Notes for John YOUNG: Possible sister of Elizabeth Young that married John Holman Jr. 1805.

f. Jarvis SALLEY, born 4 Jan 1790.

g. John Henry SALLEY, born 28 Apr 1795 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina; died 1 Jan 1877 in Alabama. He married Eleanor JONES, born 10 Feb 1796; died 28 Feb 1865, daughter of Henry JONES and Mary POU. Was called "Cap" and he joined the Jones cousins Lothan, Casper and Vossius Jones in Alabama.

h. Daniel Friday SALLEY, born 1797; died 1868. He married on 20 Jul 1820 Louisa Jane STEVENSON, born 4 Jan 1802.

Information provided by Gene Jeffries 22 Feb 2000.


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