Orangeburgh District Migrations
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Migration of John Jacob STABLER and Rebecca N. ____
1. John Jacob STABLER, son of Gottlieb STABLER and Anna Barbara ZEIGLER, was born 8 Jul 1772 in Orangeburg Township, South Carolina and died between May 14, 1844 (will date) and July 12, 1844 (probate date) at Claiborne, Monroe County, Alabama. He married Rebecca N. ____.
Notes for John Jacob STABLER: John Jacob STABLER along with his wife and children came to Alabama in the 1820-1830 migration. Jacob Stabler sold 220 acres of land on June 1, 1820 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina. He is listed in the 1830 and 1840 Federal Census for Monroe County, Alabama. On April 10, 1837 Jacob purchased 40.12 acres of land in Monroe County, Alabama
Children of John Jacob STABLER and Rebecca N. ____ were:
b. Andrew STABLER was born abt. 1790 in Orangeburgh District, South Carolina and died bef. 1844 in Monroe County. Alabama.
d. Mary STABLER was christened 25 Dec 1799 in St. Matthews Lutheran Church, Orangeburgh District, South Carolina.
e. Elizabeth STABLER was born 22 May 1805 in Orangeburgh District, South Carolina.
e. Alexander STABLER was christened 1 Aug 1807 in St. Matthews Lutheran Church, Orangeburgh District, South Carolina and died bef. 1844 in Alabama.
e. Malachi Lamar STABLER was born 22 May 1817 in Orangeburgh District, South Carolina and died 13 May 1857 in Monroe County, Alabama.
e. James Guthral STABLER was born in 1819 in Orangeburgh District, South Carolina and died in 1892 in Alabama.
a. Samuel STABLER.
Anne Martin Haigler, The Church Records of Saint Matthews Lutheran Church Orangeburg County South Carolina and "The Red Church", Southern Historical Press, Easjey, SC:1985.
Information provided by Barbara Daniels 27 Feb 2015
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