1756 - 1813 (~ 57 years)
||Samuel Cline Killian |
||Lincoln County, North Carolina [1, 2, 3]
||North Carolina [1, 2, 3]
||The Hennessee Family
||27 Jun 2014 |
||Andreas Killian, The Immigrant, b. 0___ 1702, Germany , d. 0___ 1788 (Age ~ 86 years) |
||Mary Cline, b. ~ 1735, Lincoln County, North Carolina , d. Aft 1788, Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina (Age ~ 54 years) |
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||Barbara Hager, b. ~ 1760, Lincoln County, North Carolina , d. Aft 1813, Lincoln County, North Carolina (Age ~ 54 years) |
||Newton, North Carolina [1, 2, 3]
| ||1. Samuel Cline Killian, Jr., b. ~ 1803, (Lincoln County) North Carolina , d. ~ 1845, Grundy County, Tennessee (Age ~ 42 years)|
||27 Mar 2017 |
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Andreas's Known Children Margaret Leonard John Jean Crate Andrew George Catherine Daniel Samuel Christianna Elizabeth
Andreas's Known Forefathers Andreas Kilian, Sr. Georg Kilian, Jr. Georg Kilian, Sr. Sebastian Kilian
Samuel C. KILLIAN son of Andreas Killian
Samuel Killian, the second child of Andreas Killian and second wife Mary Beaver/Clineís 4 children. Maiden name of Mary needs more research as to ascertain the correct name. Samuel was born about 1756, based on what information we now have, in a part of Lincoln County which later became Catawba County, North Carolina. Samuel is named in his father's will along with his brother Daniel, to provide for their mother, whose name was Mary, and was to share with Daniel, one half of Andreas' land. In 1778 when Samuel Killian was about age 22 he signed a petition for their area in Burke County to become a part of Tyron County. In about 1784, he married Barbara Hager and together they had 10 children. According to the Lincoln County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of January 3, 1808 it shows where Barbara and David Killian were granted letters of administration of the estate of Samuel Killian, deceased. Samuel Killian's estate was divided in 1813 (Lincoln NC DB 25 p206-211) and his minor children had guardians appointed, or chose guardians that year (a minor age-14 or over could choose a guardian, according to Kathy Sullivan). This lets us assume that Samuel died sometime in late 1807 and probable bury in Old St. Paulís Lutheran Church along with his brother Leonhard. When he died, Catawba County did not exist. It was organized in 1842 from land previously a part of Lincoln County. Therefore, Old St. Paul's Lutheran Church, which is now in Catawba County, was, at the time of Samuel's death, located in Lincoln County.
In the 1768 tax list by William T. Cole, Andrew Killian had 4-taxables, three white 'polls' and one Negro male (age-12 or above). Itís presume that the three 'polls' were Andrew (Andreas), George, and Daniel. Samuel would have been under age 18 and not counted (b.abt1756). This evidently was before either George or Daniel (1787) married. In 1787, Samuel was bondsman for his brothers Daniel's marriage to Osly Baker. In 1796, Samuel witnessed the will of Margaret Killian, wife of his brother Leonard. In 1804, Samuel, along with others, was appointed by the Lincoln County court to divide the land of William Whittenburg, deceased, among his children. Samuel Killian was taxed in Lincoln County, NC in 1805 (Jacob Cline's District) 1-white poll & 546 acres.
Samuel Killian served as a Captain in the militia during the American Revolution Based on information in the Southern Campaigns of the American Revolutions <http://southerncampaign.org/> website. He was probably 'elected' as Capt. of his militia unit by the other members and not necessarily appointed as a regular army officer.
Charles Baker <http://southerncampaign.org/pen/W9337.pdf> United States under General Charles McDowell whose brother Joseph was the Col., Sammie Killian was the <http://southerncampaign.org/pen/W9337.pdf> Capt. and Joseph McDowell a cousin of the Colonel's was the ...
Elias Baker <http://southerncampaign.org/pen/w5773.pdf> in the second service - and that Beall [Bull?] Baker& Samuel Killian were of his mess in the third service- That he was born in Ö
S7485 Andrew Shook <http://southerncampaign.org/pen/s7485.pdf> he served a campaign against said Indians in the company commanded by Captain Samuel Killian in the regiment of Colonel Joseph McDowell in the expedition commanded by General Charles ...]
His father Andreas and brothers John and Leonhard also served in Captain Samuel Corbin's Militia. Fifty six members of Captain Samuel Corbin's Militia are known to have settled in present day Lincoln and Gaston Counties, North Carolina. In the listing found on the below website, all fifty six are given, and numbered 1 through 56, and each man's number may be located on the map to ascertain just where they settled. <http://micosaur.tripod.com:80/corbin_map.htm
The children of Samuel and Mary Killian are: Elizabeth, who married William Herman; Sallie, who married John Gross; David who married first Catherine Cline, second, Christiana Deitz, and third wife was Parthenia Cartwright; William, who married first Elizabeth Bost, second, Orlenia last name unknown; Frederick, who married first, Anne Gross, second, Catherine Lutz; Barbara, who married David Bost; Polly, who married Daniel Herman; Samuel, who married Lucinda Hill; Joseph, who married Regina Bolick; and Andrew, who married Sophie or Sophia Reece.
Five of Samuel's children are found in Warren and Grundy County, Tennessee and Dade County, Georgia. They are Sallie Gross, in Grundy County, William, Elizabeth Bost, Samuel Jr., in Warren County and David who went from Dade County, Georgia to Clark County, Arkansas between 1850 and 1860.
The above information comes from research done by Wayne Milam, Gene Killian and William L Hines.
For more information on the descendents of Samuel C Killian, check Wayne Setzer's Family webpage at:
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T.D. Killian (who did research in about the 1940s in GA) adds Daniel after David and omits Barbara from the children. Another source said that he had 6 sons and 4 daughters.
Batch 7422704 sheet 76 Library Call 935152 indicates will was 28 Dec 1813 in Lincoln, NC
RIN 13268 gives birth as abt 1757
RIN 4027 gives birth as 1760
!Marr: Old St. Paul's Church
!Bur: Old St. Paul's Church
!CHILDREN: William T has been called the 4th child by others
!MARRIAGE: See also Another marriage between these two people wich shows many of the same children, but not all are identical. Probably they got mixed up when making some match and merge between two Sallie Killians. 
- [S1166] http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/i/r/Kristen-Kirk-vantassle-IL/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0264.html.
- [S845] http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=killian&id=I61.
- [S1309] http://www.andreaskillian.com/killian_samuel.shtml.
- [S45774] http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/i/r/Kristen-Kirk-vantassle-IL/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0191.html.