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  1. Mary Ann Funderburk: Birth: 1 JUN 1756. Death: 5 JUN 1856

  2. John Funderburk: Birth: 15 NOV 1758 in Haw River, North Carolina. Death: 12 JAN 1852 in Rome, Floyd County, Georgia

  3. David Funderburk: Birth: 1761. Death: ABT 1824 in Lancaster County, South Carolina

  4. Elizabeth Funderburk: Birth: 1763. Death: WFT Est 1765-1858

  5. Catherine Funderburk: Birth: ABT 1765. Death: WFT Est 1769-1862

  6. Abel Funderburk: Birth: ABT 1766 in South Carolina. Death: ABT 1849 in South Carolina

  7. Joseph Funderburk: Birth: ABT 1770. Death: WFT Est 1806-1861

  8. Jacob Funderburk: Birth: 1771 in Haw River, North Carolina. Death: 1 DEC 1839 in South Carolina

  9. Henry Funderburk: Birth: 18 FEB 1773 in Orange District, South Carolina. Death: 14 AUG 1843 in Cotton Hill Township, Sangamon County, Illinois

  10. William Laney Funderburk: Birth: ABT 1777. Death: AFT 1840

  11. George Washington Funderburk: Birth: ABT 1782 in Lancaster County, South Carolina. Death: ABT 1876 in Quitman, Missouri

1. Title:   Information from Michael Huffstutler
Author:   Michael Huffstutler
2. Title:   funderburk.ged
3. Title:   ralphroberts.ged
4. Title:   Spring Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Lancaster County, South Carolina

a. Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [funderburk.ged] Information received from Michael Huffstutler on 5/3/1999. Devauld, at age 14, left his home in Leipzig, Germany with parents and 6 brothers and probably 2 sisters. They boarded ship, "The Golden Beaver", at Hamburg on the North Sea, and sailed for America. The Atlantic voyage was simultaneous, in 1738, with that of "The Thistle" on which other kinfolks sailed. Devauld's ship was wrecked off the Carolina coast and all family lost but him. He was rescued by a ship carrying German immigrants,and brought to Charleston, SC, and sold as indentured servant to a planter to pay passage. This may have been at Orangeburg, where a colony of Germans had settled earlier. After some years he "skipped bond" and headed north over the Charleston-Salisbury inland road. He moved northward to (what is now) Lancaster County and became associated with Titus Laney, an Irish immigrant settled on Wildcat Creek. In 1755 when he was 30 he married Titus's daughter, Catherine Laney, who was 15. DeVauld relocated to a German settlement on the Haw River, but returned to Lancaster County, SC settling on upper Great Lynches Creek. Hans DeVauld and Catherine Laney Funderburk were the parents of Mary Funderburk who married Conrad Plyler, John Funderburk married (1) Mary Larriman and (2) Lucy ?, David Funderburk married Catherine Rape, Elizabeth Funderburk married William Woody, Catherine Funderburk married Daniel Hunter, Abel Funderburk, Joseph Funderburk married Molly Stuckey, Jacob Funderburk married Jesse Hayes, William Funderburk, and George Washington Funderburk married Sally Scott. (Funderburk Castles and Conquests by Guy Funderburk, 1975 the Cory Press) In the early 1800s some of the Funderburks began moving over into Chesterfield County. They became one of the most prominent families in the northwestern section of the "Old Store District" and at one time owned and operated the "Funderburk Mine" on Lynches Creek. More About Hans Devauld Funderburk: burial: Spring Hill Baptist Cem, near Lynches River, Lancaster Co, SC (Source: Guy Funderburk, Funderburk Castles and Conquests, (The Cory Press, Monroe, NC: 1975), p. 46.) Profession: weaver faith: Baptist, founder of Spring Hill Baptist church Lancaster Co, SC location: Germany/SC is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.