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John Daniel Zumwalt

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia
Death: February 27, 1821 (64-65)
O'Fallon, St. Charles County, Missouri, United States (?)
Place of Burial: Matson County, Missouri, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of johann w.a. zumwalt; Johann Wilhelm Andreas “Andrew” Zumwalt and Ann Regina Zumwalt (Fite)
Husband of Elizabeth Zumwalt
Father of 'Red' Adam Zumwalt; William Zumwalt; John Daniel Zumwalt, Jr.; George Zumwalt; Anna Mary Zumwalt and 2 others
Brother of Christopher Zumwalt; Jacob Zumwalt; Adam Zumwalt and Andrew Charles Zumwalt
Half brother of Maria Elisabetha Zumwalt; Margaret Susanna Link; Anna Delilah Ottilia Mauck (Zumwalt); Johann Hienrich Zumwalt; Johann George Zumwalt and 5 others

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Managed by: Faustine Darsey on partial hiatus
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About John Daniel Zumwalt

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA (Soldier). DAR Ancestor #: A131127

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John D. Zumwalt served with his brothers Jacob, Adam and Christopher under Capt. John McCoy in the Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War and on 10 October 1774 he was wounded in the arm at the Battle of Point Pleasant. John Zumwalt was the last of six sons of immigrant Andrew Zumwalt to eventually immigrate to the St. Charles District of the Louisiana District of the Indiana Territory, later St. Charles County, Missouri. He apparently remained in Virginia when other siblings moved to the Kentucky frontier prior to moving to Missouri. He and his family moved to the St. Charles District in 1806 where he received land grant #1206 for 640 acres in Darst Bottom. .

On August 15, 1808 John Zumwalt and partner Alexander Murdock purchased the Boone Salt Lick in Howard County, Missouri from Nathan Boone. This Boone Salt Lick was the common starting point for the California Overland Trail, Santa Fe Trail, and Oregon Trail. Nathan's famous father, Daniel Boone, signed the Bill of Sale as a witness.

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Served with his brothers Jacob, Adam and Christopher under Capt. John McCoy in the Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War and on 10 October 1774 he was wounded in the arm at the Battle of Point Pleasant. John Zumwalt was the last of six sons of immigrant Andrew Zumwalt to eventually immigrate to the St. Charles District of the Louisiana District of the Indiana Territory, later St. Charles County, Missouri. He apparently remained in Virginia when other siblings moved to the Kentucky frontier prior to moving to Missouri. He and his family moved to the St. Charles District in 1806 where he received land grant #1206 for 640 acres in Darst Bottom. .

On August 15, 1808 John Zumwalt and partner Alexander Murdock purchased the Boone Salt Lick in Howard County, Missouri from Nathan Boone. This Boone Salt Lick was the common starting point for the California Overland Trail, Santa Fe Trail, and Oregon Trail. Nathan's famous father, Daniel Boone, signed the Bill of Sale as a witness.

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John Daniel Zumwalt's Timeline

1756
1756
Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia
1780
1780
1781
1781
Shenandoah County, Virginia, United States
1785
1785
Pendleton County, West Virginia, United States
1786
April 15, 1786
Pendleton County, West Virginia, United States
1790
February 1, 1790
Virginia, United States
1802
1802
Winchester, VA, United States
1821
February 27, 1821
Age 65
O'Fallon, St. Charles County, Missouri, United States
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