Caleb Gottlieb Blackwelder

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Caleb Gottlieb Blackwelder

Also Known As: "Schwarzwalder", "Caleb Schwarzwelter", "Caleb"
Birthdate: (71)
Birthplace: Ölbronn-Dürrn, Herzogtum Württemberg, Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation
Death: Died in Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, United States
Place of Burial: Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Jacob Blackwelder and Catherine Elizabeth Maushardt
Husband of Mary Blackwelder and Elizabeth Blackwelder
Father of Catherine Elizabeth Barringer; Isaac Blackwelder; Jacob Blackwelder; Martin Wiley Blackwelder; Rachel Cress and 1 other

Managed by: Christina Mae Klingensmith
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Son of Johannes Schwarzwalder & Elizabetha [Maushardt] Schwarzwalder

Married Elizabetha Phifer 1754 Brunswick Co., Virginia

Caleb was taken captive with his son-in-law, John Paul Barringer, (John Paul was about the same age as Caleb. He married Caleb's daughter Catherine later in life after his first wife died), it was done during a raid by the infamous Tory David Fanning. He captured the two of them, well-known rebel leaders in Cabarrus County, and had them carried off to Camden, South Carolina.

Children: Catherine Elizabeth [Blackwelder Barringer] Isaac Blackwelder John Blackwelder Jacob Blackwelder Martin Wiley Blackwelder Franklin Blackwelder Rachel [Blackwelder Cress] Daniel Blackwelder

NOTE: The name, Schwarzwelter was Americanized into Blackwelder... All census & land records are under Blackwelder, but headstone has the german form of the name. His wife and children are buried under the name Blackwelder.

Caleb was taken captive with his son-in-law, John Paul Barringer, (John Paul was about the same age as Caleb. He married Caleb's daughter Catherine later in life after his first wife died), it was done during a raid by the infamous Tory David Fanning. He captured the two of them, well-known rebel leaders in Cabarrus County, and had them carried off to Camden, South Carolina.

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Caleb Gottlieb Blackwelder's Timeline

1722
November 8, 1722
Ölbronn-Dürrn, Herzogtum Württemberg, Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation
1755
December 18, 1755
Age 33
Lunenburg County, Province of Virginia
1757
November 17, 1757
Age 35
Lunenburg County, Province of Virginia
1763
1763
Age 40
Mecklenburg County, Province of North Carolina
1766
December 27, 1766
Age 44
Mecklenburg County, Province of North Carolina
1772
March 3, 1772
Age 49
Mecklenburg County, Province of North Carolina
1774
March 3, 1774
Age 51
Mecklenburg County, Province of North Carolina
1794
September 26, 1794
Age 71
Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, United States
September 26, 1794
Age 71
Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, United States