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Peter Dickert (b. 1710, d. 1786)Peter Dickert was born 1710 in Mannheim, Germany, and died 1786 in South Carolina.
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Peter Dickert arrived 19 Sep 1752 in Charleston, coming on the ship Cunliffe, with his wife and four children: Mary Magdalene, age 19; Barbara, 16; Michael, 14; and Susannah, 11.The petition of Peter Dickert was heard 4 Nov 1752.
An initial 300 acre survey was located on Camping Creek, however, the family settled on Crims Creek soon after coming to South Carolina and, a second 300 acre tract (from previously surveyed land) was granted to Peter Dickert in 1764.South Carolina Colonial records of the first grant are under the name of "FitchCart," in the second grant the name was rendered "Rickert."The 300 acre grant on Crims Creek was sold in 1786 by Michael Dickert, Planter, to Matthias Quattlebaum (Newberry Deeds A-265).In this deed, Michael Dickert is described as son of Peter Dickert, to whom the land was granted. Peter Dickert was a Justice of the Quorum and a Justice of the Peace. With John Adam Epting he obtained a grant from the King of England for St. John's Lutheran Church at Pomaria, South Carolina in 1763 and he served as an Elder in the Church. (Yancey Dickert in "A History & Genealogy of Peter Dickert of S. C." (1992))
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Record Change: December 05, 2003
Children of Peter Dickert are:
- +Anna Barbara Dickert, b. 1736, Mannheim, Germany, d. 1786, South Carolina.