Alexander Lowrance (1710 - c.1759)

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Birthplace: Bellheim, , Bayern, Germany
Death: Died in Rowan, North Carolina, United States
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About Alexander Lowrance

From Shaking My Branches: Lowrance & Braswell Families by Barbara Lowrance, ancestry.com:

Heritage of Rowan County, North Carolina: In 1756 John andAlexander bought land in what was then the western frontier. Alexander bought 524 acres of land on Beaver Dam Branch of Withrow's Creek and John purchased 632 acres on Sills Creek. All of their property was in Rowan County, but in that section that later became Iredell then Catawba countie. Most of the records on the early years of the Lowrances in North Carolina can be found in the court houses and libraries of Rowan, Iredell, Lincoln, Burke and Catawba counties. Alexander's land was purchased from Richard and Margaret King. He was active in the Thyatira Presbyterian Church near Salisbury, NC.

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Lain, Lowrance and Related Families: He moved to Rowan Co NC 1756. Bought 524 acres from Richard King on Beaver Dam Branch of Withrow'sCreek. -------------------- Born in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, or possibly but less likely in my opinion, on the ship from Holland to England.

Described as a "plantation owner".

http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohbelmon/ferrel.html states:

1710 - Alexander, son of Johannes LORENTZ, was baptized, 11 July 1710 at New York. Sponsors were Alexander ROSENQUEST and Elizabetha ESSWEIN (West Camp Lutheran Church Book).

The Family Bible records that Alexander was born, 1708, and baptized, 6 Aug 1710, "on ship Medford," godfather being Alexander ROSINWATER/AUSTIN, the ship's master. Alexander LAWRENCE removed to Rowan County, North Carolina.

1710 - "Johannes LORENTZ made his initial appearance on the Hunter Lists, 4 Aug. 1710, with 5 persons over 10 years of age and 1 person under 10 years. Johannes LOHRENTZ aged 43, Anna Margaretta LOHRENTZ aged 39, Anna Eliz. LOHRENTZ aged 15, Magdalena LOHRENTZ aged 13, Anna Barbara LOHRENTZ aged 11, and Alexander LOHRENTZ aged 1/2, were in New York City in 1710/11." Henry Z. Jones, Jr., THE PALATINE FAMILIES OF NEW YORK (1985).

Like the Hunt line, apparently moved from New Jersay to Rowan, NC, perhaps as part of the NC "Jersey Settlement". May have been affected by the infamous Coxe Affair, I do not know.

1735 - Alexander LORENTZ is mentioned in the Janeway Accts. 1735 - 40/41 as brother of Daniel LORENTZ.

I cannot connect this to our line, but this is interesting:

1759 - Onesimus (BELL) married first, 14 June 1759, in New Jersey to Anna (COSART) KEARNZ, born 21 Nov 1734, New Jersey, daughter of Jacob and Anna (COX) COSSART and widow of --?-- KEARNZ. Onesimus BELL married second, late in life, to Eleanor BLACHLEY. Onesimus and Anna (COSART) BELL had children: Joseph married Abbie EATON; Nathaniel married Polly McINTYRE; Simeon m. Mary McLEAN; Lizzie m. Augustus CASE; Sarah m. Abraham DRAKE; Anna married John LAWRENCE (son of Daneil son of Daniel son of Johannes); Jacob married Elizabeth LAWRENCE; Aaron m. Polly BLACHLEY; and John married Hannah WILLIAMS. Daughters of the American Revolution ROSTER OF REVOLUTIONARY ANCESTORS OF THE INDIANA D.A.R. (1976), v.I,p.46.

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Alexander Lowrance's Timeline

1710
August 10, 1710
Bellheim, , Bayern, Germany
1730
1730
Age 19
Peapack, Somerset, New Jersey, United States
1734
1734
Age 23
Peapack, Somerset, New Jersey, United States
1736
1736
Age 25
Peapack Somerset Co NJ
1746
1746
Age 35
Peapack, Somerset, New Jersey, United States
1752
1752
Age 41
Peapack, Somerset, New Jersey, United States
1759
1759
Age 48
Rowan, North Carolina, United States
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