Jacob Israel Aderholdt

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About Jacob Israel Aderholdt

BIOGRAPHY:

Jacob became a successful Farmer and landowner. Three of there son's, Fredrick William Sr., John Abraham "Abram" and Jacob Israel, an done of there daughters Elizabeth "Becky" and her husband James "Jimmy " Privit, Followed the Pioneer Trail of their two uncles, John Conrad an d John Georg (Changed to George), and in the 1840's moved to the area nea r modern Jacksonville, in Calhoun County, Alabama.

The other eight children of Jacob and Elizabeth remained in the Gaston Co unty area of North Carolina. This more or less split the descendants o f Jacob and Elizabeth ADERHOLDT into two groups, the "North Carolina Clan " and the "Alabama Clan". Even today, there are several families of Jaco b's descendants living in or near the original settlement sites in Lincol n/Gaston County, North Carolina and Calhoun County, Alabama."

Jacob was also a WITNESS for the Signing of the Will of PETER CARPENTE R 7 August 1816

Burial: Beaver Dam Church Cemetery 8 Miles East of Cherryville In Gaston County NC

Born in Yorktown, York, Pennsylvania on 16 JUN 1775 to Frederick Willhelm Aderhold (Immigrant) and Maria Elizabetha Johannette Isheim. Jacob Israel Aderholt married Sarah Elizabeth Heavner and had 15 children. He passed away on 1 May 1853 in Cherryville, Gaston County, North Carolina, USA.

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Jacob Israel Aderholdt's Timeline

1775
June 16, 1775
Yorktown, York Co., PA
1800
May 31, 1800
Lincoln county, North Carolina, United States
May 31, 1800
Tryon, Lincoln County, North Carolina
1805
January 28, 1805
Lincoln county, North Carolina, United States
1806
December 28, 1806
Lincoln county, North Carolina, United States
1808
1808
Lincoln county, North Carolina, United States
1810
June 12, 1810
Lincoln county, North Carolina, United States
1811
December 6, 1811
Lincoln county, North Carolina, United States
1813
March 17, 1813
Lincoln county, North Carolina, United States