Matching family tree profiles for Jacob Louis Rumph, II
About Jacob Louis Rumph, II
A Patriot of the American Revolution for SOUTH CAROLINA with the rank of Captain. DAR Ancestor # A099857
1)Captain in the American Revolution
-Under Col William R. Thomson, General Francis Marion.
Colonel of 21st Regiment of South Carolina Militia
Brigadier General in the War of 1812
South Carolina House of Representatives from Orangeburge
State Senator (1796-1800)
Represented Orangeburg at the convention which ratified the Federal Constitution (1788)
2) Tombstone: Rumph Cemetery, Calhoun, Co SC
Rumph, Jacob (Lewis), Capt. (Brig.Gen.) - (July 9, 1752)-Died 1812 (October 10, 1812)
"Here lies the body of General Jacob Rumph who departed this life on the 10th of October 1812, aged 60 years."
(Headstone erected by the D.A.R.)
Capt. Jacob Rumph
S. C. Mil. Rev. War
(U. S. Government marker for Revolutionary Soldiers)
Footstone - JR 1812
(Son of Jacob I. Rumph & Ann [Dattwyler] Rumph)
- *This Cemetery is located on private land near the intersection of New Hope Road and Columbia Road/Highway 21 and formerly was in Orangeburg District, SC. However, it is now in Calhoun County, SC.
"History of Orangeburg County," by Salley
"The Rumph-Frederick Families" by Louis Frederick Hays