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Generation No. 1

1. HANS1 SÄLI was born Abt. 1622 in Switzerland. He married ANNA BIEDERMAN October 10, 1642 in Switzerland1,2, daughter of JACOB BIEDERMAN and MARIE THOMANN.

Child of HANS SÄLI and ANNA BIEDERMAN is: 

2. i. HEINRICH2 SÄLI, b. November 25, 1651, Switzerland; d. July 1734, Zeglingen, Switzerland.

Generation No. 2

2. HEINRICH2 SÄLI (HANS1) was born November 25, 1651 in Switzerland, and died July 1734 in Zeglingen, Switzerland. He married BARBARA SUTER(IN) March 08, 1681 in Switzerland4,5. She was born 1654 in Switzerland.

More About BARBARA SUTER(IN): Baptism: March 26, 1654, Laufelfingen, BL, Switzerland

More About HEINRICH SÄLI and BARBARA SUTER(IN): Marriage: March 08, 1681, Switzerland6,7

Child of HEINRICH SÄLI and BARBARA SUTER(IN) is: 

3. i. HEINI3 (HEINRICH, HENRY) SÄLI(N), SR., b. October 02, 1690, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland; d. 1765, Orangeburg Dist., SC.

Generation No. 3

3. HEINI3 (HEINRICH, HENRY) SÄLI(N), SR. (HEINRICH2 SÄLI, HANS1)8 was born October 02, 1690 in Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland, and died 1765 in Orangeburg Dist., SC9. He married MARIA VON ARX October 22, 1720 in Sissach, Basil, Switzerland10,11, daughter of MARTIN VON ARX and MARIA WURTZ. She was born 1700 in City of Speyer in Palatinate of Germany, and died Bef. 1800 in Orangeburg Co, SC.

Notes for HEINI (HEINRICH, HENRY) SÄLI(N), SR.: The Swiss name Sohli was also seen as Salin and Sali, and eventually became Salley. An early settler said it meant "a field of willows." Some Salleys must have emmigrated to England. Found there is a village of that name in Gisburne, County of Yorkshire. There is also a Salley Abbey, home of monks in the 12th century.

Heini (Henry) left Switzerland with six other families on 23 April 1735, and counting all wives and children, the party consisted of 42 people. They arrived in Carolina in July 1735 with 250 other Swiss settlers, and two weeks later made their way to Orangeburg Township.

More About HEINI (HEINRICH, HENRY) SÄLI(N), SR.: Baptism: March 18, 1694, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland12,13

More About MARIA VON ARX: Baptism: May 02, 1697, Sissach, BL, Switzerland14

More About HEINI (HEINRICH and MARIA VON ARX: Marriage: October 22, 1720, Sissach, Basil, Switzerland14,15

Children of HEINI (HEINRICH and MARIA VON ARX are: 

4. i. ANNA MARIA4 SÄLI, b. November 11, 1721, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel,                 Switzerland; d. Aft. April 15, 1758, Orangeburgh District, SC.
5. ii. HENRY SÄLI, JR., b. Abt. 1723, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland; d. February 23, 1804, Goodland Swamp Twp., Orangeburg Dist., SC.
iii. BARBARA SÄLI, b. January 04, 1723/24, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland.

More About BARBARA SÄLI: Baptism: January 04, 1725, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland16,17

6. iv. MARTIN SÄLI, SR., b. May 12, 1730, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland; d. November 06, 1799, Orangeburg Dist., SC.
v. ELSBETH SÄLI, b. February 01, 1732, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland.

More About ELSBETH SÄLI: Baptism: February 01, 1733, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland17,18

7. vi. JOHN SALLEY, SR., b. Abt. 1740, Orangeburg Dist., SC; d. November 02, 1794, Orangeburg Dist., SC,42.

Generation No. 4

4. ANNA MARIA4 SÄLI (HEINI3 (HEINRICH, HENRY) SÄLI(N), SR., HEINRICH2 SÄLI, HANS1) was born November 11, 1721 in Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland, and died Aft. April 15, 1758 in Orangeburgh District, SC19,20. She married JOSEPH CUTTIER March 27, 1741 in Orangeburg Dist., SC21,22. He was born Abt. 1720 in South Carolina, and died 1796 in South Carolina.

More About ANNA MARIA SÄLI: Baptism: November 11, 1721, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland23,24

Notes for JOSEPH CUTTIER: From "Correct Mispronunciations of Some South Carolina Name" by Claude and Irene Neuffer, USC Press, 1983: Coutrier - kuh-TREH-uh South Carolinians make three syllables of the four-syllable French. It was a Huguenot surname, and is preserved now among descendents as a first or middle name. Couturier Street in Eutawville (near Lake Marion in Orangeburg County) is named for the plantation owner who resided there. Couturier Lake in Berkeley County is also named for the early settlers. Descendants who bear the name include Harriet Couturier Thomas Ulmer of Columbia, Couturier Stedman of Charleston, and Harriet Couturier Gaillard of Eutawville. Petition of Joseph Couturier of St. Stephens parish, one of the sons and devisees of his father Daniel Couturier, dec'd, sheweth that the said Daniel Couturier died owning a tract of land in the parish aforesaid containing 337 acres or thereabouts, that the said Daniel Couturier in his will dated 3 Sept. 1744 didst amongst other things devise unto his four sons Joseph, Daniel, John, and Isaac all his lands to be equally shared. Now since the decease of the said Daniel Couturier, Daniel (Junior) one of the testators sons is also deceased, whose share descends to the remaining three sons. The petitioner has agreed to sell his share of the said land to Esther Dubose and Joshua Dubose. Prays for a Writ of Partition. SCMAR, Vol. I, Winter 1973, No. 1, p.5.

More About JOSEPH CUTTIER and ANNA SÄLI: Marriage: March 27, 1741, Orangeburg Dist., SC25,26

Children of ANNA SÄLI and JOSEPH CUTTIER are:
i. JOSEPH5 COUTIER.
ii. _____ COUTIER, b. October 1755, Orangeburg Dist., SC.
iii. _____ COUTIER, b. Bef. April 1759, Orangeburg Dist., SC.

5. HENRY4 SÄLI, JR. (HEINI3 (HEINRICH, HENRY) SÄLI(N), SR., HEINRICH2 SÄLI, HANS1) was born Abt. 1723 in Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland, and died February 23, 1804 in Goodland Swamp Twp., Orangeburg Dist., SC27. He married (1) MAGDALENA HUBER July 29, 1744 in Orangeburg Dist., SC27, daughter of HANS HUBER and SUSANNAH UNKNOWN. She died February 25, 1760 in Orangeburg Dist., SC. He married (2) ANN FRIDAY May 05, 1784 in Florida, daughter of JOHN FRIDAY. She died 1839.

More About HENRY SÄLI, JR.: Baptism: October 10, 1723, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland28,29

More About MAGDALENA HUBER: Burial: February 26, 1760, Orangeburg Dist., SC

More About HENRY SÄLI and MAGDALENA HUBER: Marriage: July 29, 1744, Orangeburg Dist., SC30

More About HENRY SÄLI and ANN FRIDAY: Marriage: May 05, 1784, Florida

Children of HENRY SÄLI and MAGDALENA HUBER are:
i. ANNE5 SALLEY, b. December 16, 1752, Orangeburg Dist., SC; d. 1828; m. (1) JAMES DANIEL, SR., 1788; m. (2) JOSEPH PENDARVIS, Bef. 1791; b. September 03, 1759, Orangeburg Co., SC; m. (3) JOHN ROBINSON, 1792, Orangeburg Dist., SC; b. Abt. 1750, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1828.

More About ANNE SALLEY: Baptism: April 22, 1753, Orangeburgh Church

More About JAMES DANIEL and ANNE SALLEY: Marriage: 1788

More About JOSEPH PENDARVIS: Baptism: December 26, 1759, Orangeburgh Church Military service: 1781, Pvt., Militia

More About JOSEPH PENDARVIS and ANNE SALLEY: Marriage: Bef. 1791

More About JOHN ROBINSON: Military service: 1781, Pvt., SC Militia

More About JOHN ROBINSON and ANNE SALLEY: Marriage: 1792, Orangeburg Dist., SC

ii. MARGARET SALLEY, b. March 14, 1754, Orangeburg Co., SC.

More About MARGARET SALLEY: Baptism: January 01, 1756

Children of HENRY SÄLI and ANN FRIDAY are:
iii. URIAH5 SALLEY, b. April 26, 1786; d. March 01, 1820, Orangeburg Co., SC; m. REBECCA JONES, August 04, 1808; b. December 23, 1789, Orangeburg Co., SC; d. May 28, 1872, Orangeburg Co., SC.

Notes for REBECCA JONES: Rebecca's home was one mile east of Good Land Creek and a quarter-mile south of Springfield, on the Orangeburg Road.

More About REBECCA JONES: Burial: Gin Branch Cemetery, Salley, Aiken (Orangeburg) Co., SC

More About URIAH SALLEY and REBECCA JONES: Marriage: August 04, 1808

iv. JOHN MARTIN SALLEY, SR., b. March 26, 1788, Orangeburg Co., SC; d. 1836; m. ELIZABETH POU; b. 1796.

Notes for JOHN MARTIN SALLEY, SR.: John settled in Lowdes Co., AL, and has descendents in AL, AK, TX, LA, and MS.

v. JARVIS SALLEY, b. January 04, 1790.

More About JARVIS SALLEY: Cause of Death: Jarvin died in early chidlhood.

vi. LEVISA SALLEY, b. August 08, 1791, Orangeburg Co., SC; d. January 08, 1866, Copiah Co., MS; m. HENRY BOLIN, Aft. 1811; b. 1797, Orangeburg Co., SC; d. Abt. 1824, Orangeburg Co., SC.

Notes for HENRY BOLIN: Henry raised a family "out west."

More About HENRY BOLIN and LEVISA SALLEY: Marriage: Aft. 1811

vii. JOHN HENRY SALLEY, b. April 28, 1795; d. 1785; m. ELEANOR JONES, September 01, 1814; b. February 07, 1796; d. February 1865.

Notes for JOHN HENRY SALLEY: John Henry was named the same as the first child of Henry and Ann, who had died in childhood.

More About JOHN SALLEY and ELEANOR JONES: Marriage: September 01, 1814

viii. DANIEL FRIDAY SALLEY, b. January 01, 1797; m. ELIZA STEVENSON; b. January 04, 1802.

Notes for DANIEL FRIDAY SALLEY: Daniel settled in Little Rock, AR, in 1839.

6. MARTIN4 SÄLI, SR. (HEINI3 (HEINRICH, HENRY) SÄLI(N), SR., HEINRICH2 SÄLI, HANS1) was born May 12, 1730 in Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland, and died November 06, 1799 in Orangeburg Dist., SC. He married SUSANNAH YONN February 25, 1753 in Goodland Swamp Twp., Orangeburg Dist., SC, daughter of THOMAS YONN and CHRISTINA ____. She was born Abt. 1730, and died September 08, 1804 in Orangeburg Dist., SC.

Notes for MARTIN SÄLI, SR.: Note: From "A History of the Salley Family, 1690-1965" by Olin J. Saley. Published privately by the Salley Family Historical Committee, 113 Gregg Ave, Aiken, SC 29801. Lib. of Congress Catalog Card 77-20749 Martin Salley was born in Switzerland and came to Carolina with his parents and other members of the family in July 1735. He was baptized, according to the information on page 91 of "Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies," May 12, 1730. Martin was the fourth child and the second son in the family of Heini Salin (Henry Salley). The next entry for Martin Salley noted in any of the literature dealing with the names of people in that era is an entry on page 138 of A. S. Salley's "History of Orangeburg County," in which it is stated Martin Salley was a sponsor or godfather to "Grace", the daughter of William and Sarah Heart. The child was born March 19, 1753. Other sponsors for the child were Elizabeth, wife of William Barrie, and Rebeccah the wife of Christian Minninck. In the same Orangeburg History (page 182) there is the account of the birth of Sarah Salley, daughter of Martin and Susannah Yon on March 13, 1758. Sponsors for this child were Joseph Coutier, Mary Coutier and Anna Yon. On page 168 of this history is an entry showing that on March 6,1757, Ann-Elizabeth Salley, daughter of Martin and Susannah Salley was born and the sponsors were Martin's 17-year-old brother, John Salley, Mary, the wife of Luke Patrick, and Christina, the wife of Nicholas Yon. On page 138 There is an entry showing that Martin Salley was present when his brother Henry, Junior's daughter Anne was born, on Dec 16, 1752. Other sponsors were Anne, wife of Jacob Kuhnen, and Christiana, the wife of Nicholas Yon. The public land records in the Archives in Columbia, show that Martin Salley secured a grant for a 200 acre tract of land on Goodland Swamp, May 18, 1757; this was two months and 2 weeks after his oldest daughter was born. He subsequently secured pre-revolution grants to 400 additional acres. After the Revolution he secured 5 tracts totaling 1100 acres mostly on Goodland Swamp in his own name. In addition to this, he and Wittenhall Warner secured 1000 acres on Great Branch, and he and his brother Henry secured grants to 4 tracts totaling 1200 acres on Long Branch. The first tract of land Martin secured was bounded on all sidesby "vacant" lands. A plat for this 200 acre tract shows that it was located at the confluence of Goodland Swamp and Gin Branch. This has been a water mill site further back than the parents of any of our Confederate soldiers can remember. It was known first as "The Martin Salley Mill", after that as the "Corbitt Mill" then later as "the Ben Corbitt Mill" and for the past several decades as the "Mike Corbitt Mill". It was never much of a source of power, but it served a vital need in its limited way. A drawing made from the original plat for the 200 acre tract is shown on a following page. At the time this plat was made there had been no effort to construct a dam across the creek. The name of Martin Salley's wife is unknown to the writer beyond the designation (in two places in Salley's history of Orangeburg County), as Susannah Yon, the wife of Martin Salley.This is a part of the Gissendanner Parish Record (and no information is given as to why the family name was not given for her).

More About MARTIN SÄLI, SR.: Baptism: May 12, 1730, Zeglingen, Farnsburg, Basel, Switzerland31,32 Burial: Tampa Mill Twp., Orangeburg Dist., SC

More About SUSANNAH YONN: Burial: Tampa Mill Twp., Orangeburg Dist., SC

More About MARTIN SÄLI and SUSANNAH YONN: Marriage: February 25, 1753, Goodland Swamp Twp., Orangeburg Dist., SC

Children of MARTIN SÄLI and SUSANNAH YONN are:
i. ANNE ELIZABETH "NANCY"5 SALLEY33, b. January 19, 1757, Orangeburg Dist, SC; d. 1832, Tampa Mill, Orangeburg Co, SC; m. (1) UNKNOWN REEDY; m. (2) EDWARD BOLIN, SR.33, 1772, Orangeburg Co., SC; b. 1740, Cork Co., Ireland; d. 1808, Tampa Mill, Orangeburg Co, SC.

More About ANNE ELIZABETH "NANCY" SALLEY: Burial: Rocky Swamp Methodist Church Cemetery, Springfield, Orangeburg Co., SC Christening: March 06, 1757, Orangeburgh Church, Orangeburg Dist., SC

More About EDWARD BOLIN and ANNE SALLEY: Marriage: 1772, Orangeburg Co., SC

ii. SARAH SALLEY, b. March 13, 1758; d. 1818, Orangeburg Co., SC; m. (1) JOHN OTT, Orangeburg Co., SC; b. 1752, Orangeburg Co., SC; d. September 07, 1837, Orangeburg Co., SC; m. (2) BENJAMIN PENDARVIS, Bet. 1774 - 1781, Orangeburg Dist., SC; b. February 09, 1751/52, Orangeburg Dist., SC; d. 1783, Orangeburg Dist., SC.

More About SARAH SALLEY: Baptism: December 31, 1758, Orangeburgh Church

More About JOHN OTT and SARAH SALLEY: Marriage: Orangeburg Co., SC

More About BENJAMIN PENDARVIS: Baptism: April 26, 1752, Orangeburgh Church Military service: 1781, Private, Militia

More About BENJAMIN PENDARVIS and SARAH SALLEY: Marriage: Bet. 1774 - 1781, Orangeburg Dist., SC

iii. MARTIN SALLEY, JR., b. Bet. 1759 - 1768.
iv. JACOB SALLEY35, b. Abt. 1769; d. 1825; m. ELIZABETH ANN "BETSY" CORBITT35; b. November 22, 1774, Edgecombe Co., NC; d. Aft. 1830.

More About JACOB SALLEY: Burial: Gin Branch Cemetery, Salley, Aiken (Orangeburg) Co., SC

More About ELIZABETH ANN "BETSY" CORBITT: Burial: Gin Branch Cemetery, Salley, Aiken (Orangeburg) Co., SC

7. JOHN4 SALLEY, SR. (HEINI3 (HEINRICH, HENRY) SÄLI(N), SR., HEINRICH2 SÄLI, HANS1) was born Abt. 1740 in Orangeburg Dist., SC36,37, and died November 02, 1794 in Orangeburg Dist., SC38,42. He married MARY KEZIAH WRIGHT(42) 1775 in Orangeburg Dist., SC39. She was born 1745.

Notes for JOHN SALLEY, SR.: John was a citizen of wealth and influence. He served in the Cherokee Indian War from 1759-1761 [see account of balance due to Capt. Laurs Colson and his Company, under the command of Col. John Chevilette]. He served during the Revolutionary War as a member of the Provincial Congress of SC and as a representative in the General Assembly from the district between the North Fork of the Edisto and Savannah Rivers. He was also a Captain of a militia company. One fanciful story says that John was devoted to a favorite thoroughbred horse, and realizing all property would be seized by the Tories and British soldiers, bricked the horse in the basement of his home. Air, water, and food were provided by a trap door in the living room. Soon, all John's other horses were indeed seized, and it was not until late during the war that Tories were informed by spies of the horse in the basement. The house was broken into and the horse stolen. It is said that John stated it was a good thing he was not present at the time, for he would have spilt his last drop of blood defending his beloved animal, and his genealogy would have ended then and there.

More About JOHN SALLEY, SR.: Burial: Salley Family Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina40

More About JOHN SALLEY and MARY WRIGHT: Marriage: 1775, Orangeburg Dist., SC41

Children of JOHN SALLEY and MARY WRIGHT are:
i. JOHN5 SALLEY, JR.
ii. MARY SALLEY, b. December 15, 1775; d. July 06, 1812, Orangeburg Co., SC; m. BENJAMIN HART; b. February 15, 1776; d. February 18, 1853, South Carolina.

More About MARY SALLEY: Burial: Salley Cemetery, Orangeburg, Orangeburg Co., SC

Notes for BENJAMIN HART: Benjamin was a Major.

More About BENJAMIN HART: Elected: Bet. 1802 - 1804, SC House of Representatives, St. Matthews Parish

iii. GEORGE ELMORE SALLEY, b. March 10, 1788, Orangeburg Co., SC; d. August 14, 1828, Orangeburg Co., SC; m. MARGARET LOCKHART JONES, May 28, 1808; b. June 23, 1788, Camden, Kershaw Co., SC; d. September 20, 1861, Orangeburg Co., SC.

Notes for GEORGE ELMORE SALLEY: The marker on George's grave bears a message written by his good friend, Governor Thomas Bennett: "This simple tablet is a humble offering of conjugal affections, denotes the spot where the remains of Geo. E. Salley were deposited on the 16th of Aug. 1828. A manly decision of character dignified his career as a Rep. and Senator. He was honored and respected. His attitude throughout life illustrated the purest principal, exhibiting in bold delineation the words and beauty of moral rectitude. Sincere in all the attributes of friendship: affectionately assiduous as a husband: tender as a father, indulgent as a master, he was not less honored and beloved in private than respected in public walks of life."

More About GEORGE ELMORE SALLEY: Burial: August 16, 1828, Salley Cemetery, Orangeburg, Orangeburg Co., SC Elected: Bet. 1814 - 1816, SC House of Representatives, Orange Parish Military service: Bet. 1812 - 1815, Captain, South Carolina Militia

More About MARGARET LOCKHART JONES: Burial: Salley Cemetery, Orangeburg, Orangeburg Co., SC

More About GEORGE SALLEY and MARGARET JONES: Marriage: May 28, 1808



Endnotes

1. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Kilchberg Church Records Vol. I, 161, 168, 172A, Vol. II, 6A, 33, 37.
2. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Kilchberg (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1559-1911", FHL INTL Film #953142.
3. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Kilchberg Church Records Vol. I, 161, 168, 172A, Vol. II, 6A, 33, 37.
4. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Kilchberg (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1559-1911", FHL INTL Film #953142.
5. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Kilchberg Church Records Vol. I, 161, 168, 172A, Vol. II, 6A, 33, 37.
6. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Kilchberg (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1559-1911", FHL INTL Film #953142.
7. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Kilchberg Church Records Vol. I, 161, 168, 172A, Vol. II, 6A, 33, 37.
8. http://www.rootsweb.com/~scogsgs/ffam/salley.htm
9. Olin J. Salley, A History of the Salley family 1690-1965, 1977, Salley Family Historical Committee, 113 Gregg Ave., Aiken, S. C. Printed by the R. L. Bryan Company, Columbia SC, No.77-20749
10. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Sissach (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1548-1739", FHL INTL Film #953193.
11. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Sissach Church Files vol. 291A.
12. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Kilchberg (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1559-1911", FHL INTL Film #953142.
13. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Kilchberg Church Records Vol. I, 161, 168, 172A, Vol. II, 6A, 33, 37.
14. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Sissach (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1548-1739", FHL INTL Film #953193.
15. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Sissach Church Files vol. 291A.
16. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Kilchberg (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1559-1911", FHL INTL Film #953142.
17. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Kilchberg Church Records Vol. I, 161, 168, 172A, Vol. II, 6A, 33, 37.
18. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Kilchberg (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1559-1911", FHL INTL Film #953142.
19. Joop Giesendanner, "The Book of Record, Orangeburgh, SC". http://www.xs4all.nl/~sail/.
20. A. S. Salley, The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina, 1898pp. 96, 109, 182, 184, 185.
21. Joop Giesendanner, "The Book of Record, Orangeburgh, SC". http://www.xs4all.nl/~sail/.
22. A. S. Salley, The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina, 1898pp. 96, 109, 182, 184, 185.
23. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Kilchberg (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1559-1911", FHL INTL Film #953142.
24. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Kilchberg Church Records Vol. I, 161, 168, 172A, Vol. II, 6A, 33, 37.
25. Joop Giesendanner, "The Book of Record, Orangeburgh, SC". http://www.xs4all.nl/~sail/.
26. A. S. Salley, The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina, 1898pp. 96, 109, 182, 184, 185.
27. Olin J. Salley, A History of the Salley family 1690-1965, 1977, Salley Family Historical Committee, 113 Gregg Ave., Aiken, S. C. Printed by the R. L. Bryan Company, Columbia SC, No.77-20749
28. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Kilchberg (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1559-1911", FHL INTL Film #953142.
29. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Kilchberg Church Records Vol. I, 161, 168, 172A, Vol. II, 6A, 33, 37.
30. Olin J. Salley, A History of the Salley family 1690-1965, 1977, Salley Family Historical Committee, 113 Gregg Ave., Aiken, S. C. Printed by the R. L. Bryan Company, Columbia SC, No.77-20749
31. Evangelische-Reformierte Kirch Kilchberg (Basel), "Kirchenbuch, 1559-1911", FHL INTL Film #953142.
32. Swiss State Archives, Liestall, by Basel, Switzerland, Kilchberg Church Records Vol. I, 161, 168, 172A, Vol. II, 6A, 33, 37.
33. The Fannin'g' Family and Their Kin, book, page 334.
34. Susan.ftw, Date of Import: Aug 2, 2003.
35. Carrie C. Parler-Gibson, Ten Generations of Hartzog Geneaology Report, (P O Box 174, Orient, ME, 04471, 506-894-2484, carriepg@nb.sympatico.ca), "Electronic."
36. Orangeburg Couny Historical Society, Cemeteries in the Village of Orangeburg, South Carolina, p.26.
37. J. Skottowe Wannamaker, The Wannamaker, Salley, Mackay and Bellinger Families, pp.58, 59.
38. Orangeburg County Historical Society, Cemeteries in the Village of Orangeburg, South Carolina, p.26.
39. J. Skottowe Wannamaker, The Wannamaker, Salley, Mackay and Bellinger Families, pp.58, 59.
40. Orangeburg County Historical Society, Cemeteries in the Village of Orangeburg, South Carolina, p.26.
41. J. Skottowe Wannamaker, The Wannamaker, Salley, Mackay and Bellinger Families, pp.58, 59.
42. DAR Patriot Lookup Service Index, received in an e-mail from George Salley, factoid@ix.netcom.com.


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