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Descendants of John Sapp

Generation No. 4


7. BENJAMIN4 SAPP (HENRY3, JOHN2, JOHN1) He married DOROTHY.

Notes for B
ENJAMIN SAPP:
Benjamin Sapp first appeared in North Carolina when he entered 200 acres on the waters of Muddy Creek in Surry County (now Stokes) on April 2, 1779 and 100 acres also on the waters of Muddy Creek on January 27, 1785 through the Land Grant Office at the North Carolina Department of State. On the back of these entries, Benjamin Sapp endorsed the land to Jesse Sapp on March 2, 1786. Testis - Dorithy Sapp. William Thornton surveyed both entries on January 27, 1786 for Jesse Sapp, and both grants were issued to Jesse Sapp on May 18, 1789.

On the 1782 tax list of Surry County, Benjamin Sapp was listed with 2 horses and mules, 1 cattle, 300 acres of land on Muddy Creek.
     
Children of B
ENJAMIN SAPP and DOROTHY are:
15. i.   ROBERT5 SAPP, b. Bef. 1755; d. Abt. 1809.
  ii.   THOMAS SAPP.
  Notes for THOMAS SAPP:
The only record is a land grant entered August 2, 1784 for 100 acres on Jones Branch in Anson County, North Carolina. This land was surveyed for Robert Sapp on June 5, 1787 but issued to Thomas Sapp on November 16, 1790. No other record has been found on Thomas Sapp.

16. iii.   JESSE SAPP, b. August 19, 1761, Calvert Co., Maryland; d. Bet. 1834 - 1840.
  iv.   BENJAMIN SAPP.
17. v.   JOHN SAPP, b. Abt. 1764, Maryland.


8. HENRY4 SAPP (HENRY3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born in Kent Co., Delaware, and died December 23, 1772 in Kent Co., Delaware. He married SARAH ?.

Notes for H
ENRY SAPP:
Letters of administration upon the estate of Henry Sapp, deceased, were granted unto Sarah Sapp, widow, December 23, 1772.
     
Child of H
ENRY SAPP and SARAH ? is:
18. i.   EPHRIAM5 SAPP, b. Kent Co., Delaware; d. 1807, New Jersey.


9. HENRY4 SAPP (GEORGE3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1766 in Allegany Co., Maryland, and died 1856 in Ravanna, Ohio.

Notes for H
ENRY SAPP:
Henry, son of George Sapp, is the probable ancestor of the Ravenna, Ohio line.
     
Children of H
ENRY SAPP are:
19. i.   JOHN5 SAPP, b. 1786, Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland.
  ii.   DANIEL SAPP.
  iii.   ISAAC SAPP.
  iv.   JACOB SAPP.
  Notes for JACOB SAPP:
Book, Reconstructed 1790 Census of Deleware, 929.3751 ???
Kent County, DE Mispillion Hundred

  v.   HENRY SAPP.


10. JACOB4 SAPP (GEORGE3, JOHN2, JOHN1) died Abt. 1829 in New Jersey. He married SUSAN ?.

Notes for J
ACOB SAPP:
Book, Reconstructed 1790 Census of Deleware, 929.3751 ???
Kent Co., DE Mispillion Hundred

Moved to New Jersey.
     
Children of J
ACOB SAPP and SUSAN ? are:
  i.   JOSEPH5 SAPP, d. January 1819.
  ii.   MARY SAPP.
  iii.   JOHN SAPP, b. May 02, 1800; d. June 02, 1831.


11. JOHN4 SAPP (GEORGE3, JOHN2, JOHN1) died in Fairmont, VA.

Notes for J
OHN SAPP:
John, son of George Sapp, had a large family, as did all of his brothers. The recurrence fo names through these lines is one strong argument in favor of the relationship with have established.
     
Children of J
OHN SAPP are:
  i.   HARTLEY5 SAPP.
  ii.   MARY SAPP.
  iii.   PATIENCE SAPP.
  iv.   NANCY SAPP.
  v.   MARGARET SAPP.
  vi.   GEORGE SAPP.
  vii.   JOHN SAPP.
  viii.   FREDERICK SAPP.
  ix.   EDWARD SAPP.


12. FREDERICK4 SAPP (GEORGE3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born in Maryland, and died in Kentucky.

Notes for F
REDERICK SAPP:
Frederick, son of George Sapp, moved with his family from Maryland to Kentucky, where most of his family remained. His three eldest sons, however, removed to Ohio and settled near their cousins, childrend of George. Living in the same vicinity as two cousins fo the same name, George, son fo Frederick, was called "Black Headed George" to distinguish him.
     
Children of F
REDERICK SAPP are:
  i.   FREDERICK5 SAPP.
  ii.   ADAM SAPP.
  iii.   GEORGE SAPP.
  iv.   JOSEPH SAPP.
  v.   ABSOLEM SAPP.
  vi.   CHARLES SAPP.
  vii.   NANCY SAPP.
  viii.   MARGARET SAPP.
  ix.   ELIZABETH SAPP.


13. GEORGE4 SAPP (GEORGE3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1740 in Kent Co., Delaware, and died 1810 in Danville, Knox, Ohio. He married CHRISTINA TEXTER 1765 in Kent Co., Delaware. She died 1809 in Danville, Knox, Ohio.

Notes for G
EORGE SAPP:
He moved to Maryland and lived in Will's Town, 9 miles west of Fort Cumberland, MD. He signed the Oath of Allegiance to the American Colonies and for the duration of the war, supplied horses and feed for them and food for the soldiers who served under General George Washington, who was stationed at Fort Cumberland. At an advanced age he migrated with his large family to Knox Co., Ohio. His wife, Christine, died in 1809, and he died early in 1811. Both are buried in the Methodist Cemetery near Danville, Ohio.

OR

George, son of George Sapp, lived in Cumberland, Alleghany County, Maryland, from the time of his youth until his children had married and had families. He married, while a young man, Christina Texter. In 1809 George went with his children to Ohio and settled near Danville, Knox County. He died in 1810 and his wife soon after, and both were buried on his farm near Danville.
     
Children of G
EORGE SAPP and CHRISTINA TEXTER are:
20. i.   GEORGE5 SAPP.
  ii.   ELIZABETH SAPP, b. Allegany Co., Maryland; m. (1) JAMES WAIDE; m. (2) KISKI WHITE.
  iii.   CATERINE SAPP, b. Allegany Co., Maryland; m. ? CRITCHFIELD.
  iv.   MARGARET SAPP, b. Allegany Co., Maryland; m. ? CRITCHFIELD.
  v.   DANIEL SAPP, b. Allegany Co., Maryland.
  vi.   MARY SAPP, b. Allegany Co., Maryland.
21. vii.   WILLIAM S. SAPP, b. Allegany Co., Maryland.
22. viii.   JOHN SAPP, b. August 11, 1767, Allegany Co., Maryland; d. November 18, 1845, Jefferson, Ohio.
  ix.   JOSEPH SAPP, b. Abt. 1771, Allegany Co., Maryland; d. October 1837; m. ELIZABETH STARNER, January 21, 1802, Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland.


14. WILLIAM4 SAPP (JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born in Kent Co., Delaware.

Notes for W
ILLIAM SAPP:
William, son of John, is an indefinite character, nothing being known of him save that we have a will dated 1750, which appears below:

In the name of God, Amen. The first day of November, Anno Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty, I, William Sapp in Duck Creek Hundred, in the county of Kent, on the Delaware, Bachelor, being very sick and weak in body but of sound disposing mind and memory, thanks be to God, do make this my last will and testament, in manner and form following revoking all others whatsoever.

In Primis, I recommend my spirit unto the hands of God, who gave it, and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian like decent manner, according to the discretion of my executor here after named.

Item; - I order that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid by my executor.

Item; - I give and bequeath unto my loving brother, Isaac Sapp, my best wearing coat and hat and likewise all my wearing clothes.

Item; - It is my will and I do order that the residue of my estate be equally divided between my mother, Rachel Brown, and my loving sister, Ester Sapp, finally I do nominate and appoint my friend, John W. Willson, to be my sole executor of this my last will and testament.

AS WITNESS MY hand and seal the day and year above written.
                  William Sapp (SEAL)
                        his mark
     
Child of W
ILLIAM SAPP is:
  i.   WILLIAM5 SAPP.
  Notes for WILLIAM SAPP:
William, son of William Sapp, has a will dated 1776 in Delaware. From this William probably decended many of the Delaware Sapps now living in that locality.





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