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Marriage: Children:
  1. Daniel Jr. Warlick: Birth: 13 SEP 1738 in Trappe, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. Death: 1759 in Lincoln County, North Carolina

  2. Johann Nicholas (Nicholas) Warlick: Birth: 1740 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Death: 20 JUN 1780 in Battle of Ramsaur's Mill, Lincoln County, North Carolina

  3. Valentine Warlick: Birth: ABT 1742 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Death: 1787 in Georgia

  4. Mary Margaret Warlick: Birth: 1746 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Death: 10 OCT 1818 in Lincoln County, North Carolina


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Phillip Warlick: Birth: ABT 1748 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Death: 20 JUN 1780 in Battle of Ramsaur's Mill, Lincoln County, North Carolina

  2. Eve Summey Warlick: Birth: 20 FEB 1750 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Death: 24 JAN 1822 in Lincoln County, North Carolina

  3. Elizabeth Warlick: Birth: 1754 in North Carolina. Death: 18 JUN 1806 in Lincoln County, North Carolina

  4. Maria Barbara Warlick: Birth: 1756 in North Carolina. Death: 14 FEB 1826 in Lincoln County, North Carolina

  5. Lewis Warlick: Birth: 12 JUL 1763 in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Death: 14 MAY 1834 in Lincoln County, North Carolina


Notes
a. Note:   1. A monument erected in 1936 at Daniel's Lutheran ChurchCemetery in Lincolnton, North Carolina bears the followinginscription: "Johann Daniel Warlick - Pioneer, emigrant from thePalatinate in Germany, landed in Philadelphia from the ship"Mortonhouse" and made oath of allegiance August 19, 1729, latercame to North Carolina about 1748-1749. Was issued land grantsfor a total of 5,100 acres in this area. The local church bearshis name. His wife was Barbara Schindler Warlick, and their sonsand daughters: Daniel Jr. - Killed in Indian Expedition, Phillip- Never married, Nicholas - Married [obscured] Eaker, Valentine- Moved to south Georgia, Elizabeth - Married David Ramsour, EveCatherine - Married Martin Schuford and later Jacob Summey,Barbara - Married Thomas Huber, Lewis - Married Mary Hoyle." 2.On the passenger list of the ship 'Mortonhouse' James Coultas,Master, Johann's name is spelled 'WORLEY DAN. JR. (probablymeant to be read as Worley, Dan Jno. and is actually John DanielWarlick. - Source: Passenger list of the ship Mortonhouse onAugust 10, 1729 transcribed tohttp://www.rootsweb.com/~GENHOME/imm2c.htm. 3. Daniel wasreferred to as, "Daniel Warlick of Oley, Co. of Berks, Prov. ofPenn, Carpenter," when he sold his land in Pennsylvania in 1752.In 1769, "The Assembly appointed Thomas Neel, Henry Clark,William Yancey, Daniel Warlick, Jacob Forney, John Gordon, andWm.Watson Commissioners to contract for the building of a CourtHouse, prison and stocks for Tryon County and to levy a tax oftwo shillings on each taxable poll to meet this expense."Source: Annals of Lincoln County, North Carolina, by WilliamSherrill, 1967


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