1. Eliza HENDRICKSON, daughter of J. Baetgin HEINRICHSEN and Anna SCHREIKARDT(IN), was born between 1790 and 1800 in Charleston, South Carolina.1
Eliza married John DITMORE 1 on 9 April 1809 in Hampstead, South Carolina. John was born between 1770 and 1780 in South Carolina2 and died about 1831 in Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee.
General Notes: John DITMORE married Eliza HENDRICKSON/HEINRICHSEN, daughter of J. HEINRICHSEN and Anna SCHREIKARDT(IN). John is age 50-60 in the 1830 census, indicating his birth between 1770 and 1780. He is thought to be related to Albert DETMAR of Charleston, South Carolina, perhaps a grandson?
Albert DITMER lives at 23 Meeting Street in Charleston in 1750. A John DITMORE is on Judgement Rolls from 1770 to 1773.; Albert's son? A John DITMORE resides on Meeting Street in 1810 and on the 1814 Judgement Rolls, son of John, 1770-73 records, and grandson of Albert?
SC Archives: Series: S372001, Volume: 00V0, Page: 00374, Item: 000, Date: 1740-1741, Description: GODWIN, Richard and Wife to Albert DETMAR, Enfeoffment [sic] for part of town lot, No. 197 in Charleston. Names indexed: DETMAR, Albert; GODWIN, Richard. Locations: Charleston. Topics: Town Lots Sale.
Built on this site?
The DITMORE House - Meeting Street, Charleston, South Carolina:
[From: The Ditmore Center, http://www.ditmorecenter.com/modules.php?name=News&file=print&sid=23]
* Albert Ditmore home at 23 Meeting Street. Built circa 1750, this three and 1/2 story single house is believed to have been built by Albert Detmar/Ditmere or Ditmore. Relationship unknown. Perhaps an ancestor or relation of our John.
* Betje Heinrichson, Eliza's father, owned a home on Meeting Street. 1806 and 1807 editions of the City Directories for Charleston, S. C., shows him living on W. Meeting St. Road. By 1809 he had moved to Hampstead, but by the time he wrote his Will in 1818 he was back living on Meeting Street. Address unknown. (Note - he lived 6 dwellings away from John Ditmore on Meeting Street in 1810.)
* John Ditmore was listed as living on Meeting Street in the 1810 Census, and the Census shows the Ditmores living 6 dwellings away from J. Baetgin "Betje" Heinrichson (Eliza Hendrickson Ditmore's father). Does not give address number - but someone might be able to trace this information while in Charleston. We know that the Ditmore's and Heinrichson/Hendrickson families were supposed to have lived in the St. Philip's Parish section of Charleston, so this might help narrow down the location. The area they lived was also sometimes referred to as the Charleston Neck section.
A John DITMORE is listed in three Judgement Roll records in South Carolina Archives, perhaps the son of Albert?:
Series: S136002, Box: 087A, Item: 0086A, ignore: 000. DITMORE, John vs George MONK, 1770.
Series: S136002, Box: 091A, Item: 0193A, ignore: 000. DITMORE, John vs Margaret BURY, 1771.
Series: S136002, Box: 096A, Item: 0084A, ignore: 000. ATKINSON, Joseph and William SYKES vs John DITMORE, 1773.
A later Judgement Roll record for a John DITMORE, perhaps a son of John in the first three records and grandson of Albert DETMER?:
Series: L10018, Item: 0092A, ignore: 000. MOTTE, Abraham vs John DITMORE, 1/18/1814.
By 1830, our John DITMORE and family are in Tennessee.
1830 U.S. Census, Tennessee, McMinn County; Series: M9 Roll: 178 Page: 193: McMinn Sheet No: 193: Enumerated by: William Lowry Transcribed by Sherry Yancey Babb for USGenWeb, http://www.rootsweb.com/~census/.:
7 | John Ditmore | 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 | 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Reads: 2M under 5, 1M 5-10, 2M 15-20, 1M 50-60; 2F 10-15, 1F 30-40; no slaves.
9 | Edwin* Ditmore | 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Reads: 1M 20-30; 1F 15-20. [*John's son Edward H. DITMORE?]
Children from this marriage were:
+ 2 M i. Edward H. DITMORE was born about 1810 in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina.
+ 3 F ii. Mary DITMORE was born about 1810 in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina and died after June 1880 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
+ 4 M iii. John Hendrickson DITMORE 3 was born on 22 August 1811 in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina,4,5 died on 21 June 1886 in Yellow Creek, Graham County, North Carolina5 at age 74, and was buried in Lower Yellow Creek Cemetery.5
+ 5 M iv. Vincent Gary DITMORE 6 was born on 16 September 1815 in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina,6 died on 26 November 1893 in Tom Green County, Texas at age 78, and was buried in Grape Creek Cemetery, Tom Green County, Texas.
+ 6 F v. Eliza Louisa DITMORE was born about 1817 in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina and died about 1889 about age 72.
+ 7 F vi. Emelina DITMORE was born about 1819 in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina and died in 1862 in Cherokee County, Georgia about age 43.
+ 8 M vii. Caleb Starr DITMORE was born about 1820 in McMinn County, Tennessee and died between 1878 and 1879 in Tennessee.
+ 9 M viii. Henry McGarth DITMORE 7 was born on 27 December 1825 in North Carolina,8 died on 20 March 1902 in Clay County, North Carolina8 at age 76, and was buried in Pine Log Baptist Church Cemetery.8
+ 10 M ix. Francis Marion DITMORE 6 was born about 1830 in CSA and died on 29 October 1864 in Rome, Georgia about age 34.
+ 11 M x. Sgt Charles Willis DITMORE, CSA 7,9 was born on 5 March 1831 in McMinn County, Tennessee10 and died on 15 October 1909 in Ranger, Cherokee County, North Carolina at age 78.
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