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a. Note:   Immigration: 1726 Ship "William and Mary" came with parents Note: DAR Patriot Index: FOUTZ , Michael Birth: GR Circa 1724 Rank: PS Service: NC Death: NC p 9-24-1803 Patriot Pensioned: No Widow Pensioned: No Children Pensioned: No Heirs Pensioned: No Spouse: (1) Catharine Varner Had land on Great Pipe Creek, Frederick (now Carroll) Co., Md.,1745-1754; moved then to father's plantation until 1762 when moved toUwharrie waters in Rowan (now Randolph) Co., N. C.; Plantation adjoinedDeWald Fouts (see below); Deeded all his lands to his eldest son John in 1801, then disappers from records; Sons and daughters with families moved to Ohio in late 1803. Children: 10, 5 sons. The Varners were Mennonites. Michael is cited in one source as being a Quaker in 1789, but is not mentioned in Quaker records extant. Family was predominantly Dunker after move to Ohio. REFN: 3175 !DEATH:5 Generations of the Pfautz-Fouts Family by Woodruff,in Randolph Co, NC or in Montgomery Co, OH. Born as Jacob Michael but went by Michael. Anglicized name to FOUTS whenhe obtained land at Pipe Creek, Prince Georges County, MD in 1744. Lived on Little Pipe Creek Waters, Frederick (now Carroll) Co, MD from 1744 to 1762. Family moved to Uwharrie Waters in Rowan Co, NC. Arrived in PA abt 1726 with parents and sister, Margareta. Settled in Skippack, a German village about 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia. He and Catherine were Dutch Friends (Mennonites) REV WAR:pay voucher from state of NC dated 20 March 1782, original in NC Archives TAX:1779 Randolph Co, NC, on William Millikan's list of persons who had not taken the Oath of Allegiance LAND:260acres, 17 Feb 1763, NorthCarolinaLandGrants, 19:445-449 'List of ye Palatine Passengers, Imported on ye Ship William & Sarah,Willm. Hill, Mar. from Rotterdam Philad ye 18th Sep., 1727' (Strassburger & Hinke List 1 A) which includes not only 'Hans Michl Phauts, Skibach' with 5 persons in the family group, but also a 'Jacob Pause' with 2 1/2 persons in the family group. (The '1/2' person meant a pregnant woman)! National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Dec. 1975, Vol. 61, No. 4: "Earliest Pfautz/Fouts Families in America" By John Scott Davenport.


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