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Philip Noland, one of the earliest residents in Pickens Co., was born 1771 in SC and raised in Chester County,
SC. He is believed to be the son of Sampson Noland. Philip married Nancy Hughes, daughter of Thomas Hughes of Union Co., SC. Philip and family moved to Conecuh Co., AL after 1817 and he is shown as Justice of Peace there in 1819.
In 1821 he was one of the founders of Sparta Academy in Conecuh Co. Phillip and his family are believed to have come to Pickens Co., possibly as early as 1824 to the Bethany area. He was one of the founders of the old Mt. Zion Baptist Church in 1839 where he was an active member.
Phillip died July 20, 1846 (there was an epidemic of some kind in 1846, killing several family members) and is buried at the old Bunn Cemetery (some call it Noland Cemetery as the land was originally owned by Philip Noland.) Nancy
Hughes Noland died March 22, 1850 and was buried beside her husband.
Children of Philip Noland and Nancy Hughes Noland were:
Samuel Noland, born Nov. 20, 1796 in Chester C
o., SC. Died June 19, 1864 and buried at Bunn Cemetery . Married Nancy Warren.
born March 26, 1802 in SC. Died Sept. 13, 1886 in Pickens Co. Buried at Salem Primitive Baptist Cemetery in Pickens Co. Married Margaret McCracken.
Thomas Hughes Noland,
believed to be one of the older sons. Thomas had died prior to 1850. Wife named Mary. Mary and children were here in 1850 but gone in 1860.
born ca. 1811 in SC. Married Mary Morrow, daughter of Robert and Martha Morrow. He lived in Pickensville where he was Justice of the Peace in 1840. In 1850 census, children were living with Morrows.
William S. Noland,
born June 28, 1813 in SC. Died July 29, 1846 . No record that he ever married. Buried at Bunn Cemetery .
Aubrey Richard Davis Noland
, born 1814 in SC. Wife named Ellender. He was in Ashley Co., Arkansas in 1860.
George W. Noland
, born ca. 1800. Married Thomas Locke. They were founding members of Mt. Zion Church in Bethany . Their daughter, Elizabeth Jane (Lizzie) Locke, born Feb. 16, 1841 , married John Russell Cole, Jr. and her second husband was John Bryant Lewis. The Craft family in Benevola are Cole descendants.
Mary Locke Noland
, born ca. 1789 in Chester Co., SC. Married Newton Harbin .