Thank you for your kind ofer to do quick lookups from the SC Archives.
My ggg grandparents were Jacob and Rebecca Robertson (possibly Robinson) Faulkenberry. Jacob's name may be spelled Fortenberry -- (son of a Faulkenberry) in some SC records.
In a Faulkenberry family Bible I own that includes Jacob's and Rebecca's death dates, the spelling is Faulkenberry.Jacob was born SC, 6 November 1831. Rebecca was born 16 May 1810.(Some records have her birthdate listed as 1801; but I feel the "1" and the "0" were reversed).
Her youngest son was born 1855, in Lincoln Co., TN. If she had been born in 1801, she would have been eight years older than Jacob.He would have been only 19 and she about 27 when they married, circa 1828 in SC.(If she was indeed born in 1801, she would have been 54 at the time of their youngest child's birth. I find that difficult to believe).
They are found in Chesterfield Co., SC, in 1830, and later in Lancaster Co., in the 1840 census.
They migrated to TN before 1843; because TN births list twins, a son Lewis and a daughter, Laura, born there in 1845.A son Zachariah T. was born in TN in 1845.
Also listed in this Bible is just a date of death for William Robertson, d. 16 January 1848, (probably in Lancaster Co., SC).They are listed back in SC in the 1850 census. I believe the death of William Robertson in 1848, gave them reason to be back in SC in 1850.They are found in TN for the 1860 census.
Their son, William R. Faulkenberry, b. SC., 8 November 1831, was my gg grandfather. Another possible son is Jeremiah M., born SC, 1830.