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Samuel, 7 SARRATT, 1790-1851, age 61yrs
Fifth Generation!
Samuel,7 SARRATT; [SFA-ID# 1.2.3.1.7]
(3rd s/o John,2 & Nanny (MORGAN) SARRATT) of Spartanburg, SC. "The English Loyalist"
(1Gs/o.. SAMUEL, 2 & ELIZABETH SARRATT, of Prince George's Co., MD. to Mecklenburg Dist., NC.
(2Gs/o.. SAMUEL,1 & ANNA SARRATT, of Prince George's Co., MD. to old Tryon Co., NC.
(3Gs/o.. JOSEPH,1 & KATHERINE SARRATT, of France to Prince George's Co., MD. "The American Progenitor!"
Need Photo of b. *1790, [REF:#90 pg159] on his fathers farm, along the West bank of the "Main" Broad River, old Spartanburg Co., SC.
d. __ Apr. 1849, per [REF:#003]
d. 27 Jun. 1851, per [REF:#147 pg109] per [REF:#155 pg6] per [REF:#90 pg159]
age 61 years, in old Spartanburg District, South Carolina Buried in the Samuel Sarrett Homestead Cemetery, Where a headstone marks his grave, (See Pg 147 Map 10L) [REF:#147, Pg109]
[This cemetery is about 1/2 mile from the Broad River, now in Cherokee Co., SC;] [REF:#155 pg3]  [See:Cem.Rec.]
At the age of 19 years, he married date about 1809, (based on birth of first child...prs), in Spartanburg Co., SC. to:
Need Photo of 18 year old Miss Margaret "Peggy" QUINN;
(d/o Peter QUINN) [REF:#155 pg2 ]<---[Not True!]
(2nd d/o John,1 QUINN & Elizabeth "Betsy" MORGAN)
(Grand/o Hugh,1 QUINN & Margaret FONDREN)
b. about 1789, York District, South Carolina
d. before 1850 census, at the age of 60 years, in the old Spartanburg Co., SC.;
In [REF:#155 pg3] list she was buried along side her husband;
Typical Marriage Ceremony - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo  They had 10 Children born to this Union:
  (5 Sons & 5 Dau's)
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1. 1st Dau:       Assynthy N. SARRATT,  SC. b. c1808-1851, a45yrs SC.  m. c1830, SC.  Mr. MORGAN,   ?Ch
 2. 2nd Dau:       Margaret SARRATT,  SC. b. c1810-18??, a??yrs ??.  m. c1830, SC.  Mr. PHILLIPS,   ?Ch
 3. 1st Son:       Holdman SARRATT,  SC. b. c1811-1851, a40yrs SC.  m. c1833, SC.  Wife Unknown,   1Ch
 4. 3rd Dau:       Mary "Polly" SARRATT,  SC. b. c1812-1851, a39yrs SC.  m. c1834, SC.  Mr. DAFFRON,   ?Ch
 5. 2nd Son: John Quinn SARRATT,  SC. b. c1816-1882, a66yrs AR.  m. *1842, SC.  Selena COOPER,   2Ch
 6. 4th Dau:       Cynthia SARRATT,  SC. b. c1818-18??, a??yrs ??.  m. c1840, SC.  Mr. WEBBER,   ?Ch
 7. 5th Dau:       Unknown SARRATT,  SC. b. c1819-1830, a11yrs SC.   d. bfr 1830 Census?,  
 8. 3rd Son: Samuel,11 Jr. SARRATT,  SC. b. c1820-1849, a29yrs SC.  m. c1837, SC.  Wife Unknown,   2Ch
 9. 4th Son: Edward "Tillman" SARRATT,  SC. b. c1822-1864, a42yrs SC.  m. c1855, NC.  Amelia TURNER,   1Ch
 10. 5th Son: Green Berry,1 SARRATT,  SC. b. *1828-1899, a70yrs SC.  m. c1849, SC.  Elizabeth VINCETTE,  14Ch
     Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 

 Possible Record Problem, # 1
 Was listed in Click on Redball for More Info.<--- [See: REF:#155] "The SARRATT Story", by Nobel Sarratt in 1897 See: Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: Page 4 & 5..prs]
     Samuel SARRATT married Peggy QUINN, dau of PETER QUINN. <--[Not True!]
They had four sons; GREEN, HOLDMAN, TILMAN, SAMUEL;
and two daughters, CINTHA MARGARET, and POLLY.
Problem #2
  Peggy QUINN was a d/o of John & Betsy (MORGAN) QUINN not d/o Peter QUINN. See "Conveyance Deed"

 Chronological Timeline!
 Samuel,7 SARRATT,
 Item  Date  Age  Description (Click on Date for more Information!)  Living in Co.
 Born Click on Redball for More Info.1889     on 11th Jan in home of Parents & 0 Siblings (1st Born) in   Harlan Twp.  Page Co., IA.

SC Colony Seal - Click on Thumbnail for 1895 Larger Map!  Conveyance Deed
 State of South Carolina }
                                         } Dated: 11th April, 1844
 Spartanburg District      }
 A "Conveyance Deed" was prepared on 11th April 1844 and was recorded 06 Jan. 1845 in the County of Spartanburg, SC. (Bk. D, Page 887)
A schedule of the property received by Samuel & Margaret SARRATT from the Estate of John QUINN, dec'd, Wiz:
      One Sorrel Mare & Sadees Saddle of the value of $45.00
      One Cow in the value of ........................$10.00
      One Bed in the value of ........................$ 5.00
      Two Small Sheep in the value of ................$ 2.00
 Personally came Samuel & Margaret SARRATT before me and made oath that the above Schedule represents a just and true statement of all the property that they have received from the Estate of John QUIN, dec'd.
 Sworn and subscribed this 11th April 1844 before me M.G. GAFFNEY, Magistrate.
      Signed: Samuel SARRATT
      Signed: Margaret ( X ) SARRATT
                                 (her Mark)

SC Colony Seal - Click on Thumbnail for 1895 Larger Map!  John SARRATT, Power of Attorney
 State of South Carolina }
                                         } Dated: 06th Jan., 1845
 Spartanburg District      }
Known by all men by these present I Samuel SARRATT of the District and state aforesaid have nominated, consulted, and appointed John SARRATT, my true and lawful Attorney for me and in my name to ask for, demand, sue, and reserve for me all such sums of money as may be due and owing me by the Estate of John QUINN, late of the State of Alabama Saint Clair County, dec'd. Now in the hands of John DILL and Stephen KNIGHT Executors of the Estate of the said deceased and to Grant receipts and discharges for me, and in my name, as fully and as perfect as if I were personally present and to do all manners of things required in same for the collection of said debt. In testimony whereof I have hereto set my hand and seal this 8th day of November 1844. Signed: Samuel SARRATT { Seal }
Record dated [Recorded] 06 Jan. 1845, in St Clair Co., AL. [1843-47 Orphans's Court Minutes; Bk "B", Pg 123] Admistrators JOHN DILL & STEPHAN KNIGHT, request from the Court that final settlement of JOHN QUINN, deceased. and list of Heirs:
      Z. COOPER; Husb of Dau MARY QUINN [1th Dau]
      SAMUEL SARRATT; Husb of Dau PEGGY QUINN [2nd Dau] <---prs]
      AUSBURN HOOD; Husb of Dau ELIZABETH QUINN [3rd Dau]
      JOSEPH GREEN; Husb of Dau ELEANOR QUINN [4th Dau]
      WILLIAM HOOD; Husb of Dau CECELIA QUINN [5th Dau]
      JOSIAH KNIGHT; Husb of Dau SALLY QUINN [6th Dau]
      JOHN PERKINS; Husb of Dau JANE QUINN [7th Dau]
      STEPHEN KNIGHT; Husb of Dau MILBERRY QUINN [8th Dau]
      ANDERSON QUINN; [1st Son]
      HUGH A. QUINN; [2nd Son]

 Possible Record Problem, # 3
Samuel Sarratt died July, 1849-not 1851 as reported. Greenberry Sarratt, son of Samuel, a filed a suit - Jul 1849
"Green B Sarratt, applicant vs John Quin Sarratt and others, Defendants"
 Obviously Samuel died in 1849, otherwise his estate would not have been an issue if he were alive.
 Named by Samuel in his will are the following children:
      1. Holman Sarratt; d. prior to father, 1851. Survived by wife and one child named Clementine Sarratt.
      2. Samuel Sarratt-d. prior to father 1851.
      3. Green Berry Sarratt
      4. John Quin Sarratt
      5. Tilman Sarratt
      6. Syntha (Sarratt) Webber
      7. Margaret (Sarratt) Phillips
      8. Assynthy Nimrod (Sarratt) Morgan; d. prior to father, 1851. Survived by one son.
      9. Mary "Polly" (Sarratt) Dafferon; d. prior to father, 1851 No children named.

  The above information is was sent to us by Click on Redball for More Info.<--- [See: REF:#003]from a legal document File # 2200, Spartanburg County Probate Court, Spartanburg, SC. Microfilm SC Archives and History, Columbia, SC.

 Possible Record Problem, # 4
In Click on Redball for More Info.<--- [See: REF:#155, Pg6 list:
JOHN SARRATT, Sr., his wife, his brother SAMUEL, sisters KIZZIE and MIRNA, his son SAMUEL and wife, SAMUEL's son HOLDMAN, and SAMUEL were all buried on the place he bought about half a mile from Broad River. Only one tombstone is found there, that of SAMUEL, JOHN'S son. It bears the following inscription: "Died June 27, 1851, aged 61 years."
There is a rock wall around the graves of the others not much decayed.

Samuel,7 SARRATT, at age 1 has been identified living with his parents See: (John, 2 & Nannie (Morgan) Sarratt) in the 1790 Census, Spartanburg Co., SC. (M-637, Page 88, Line 1)

Samuel,7 SARRATT, at age 11 has been identified living with his parents See: (John, 2 & Nannie (Morgan) Sarratt) in the 1800 Census, Spartanburg Co., SC. (M-32, State Reel 50, Page 169, Line 3)

Samuel,7 SARRATT, at age 21 has NOT been identified living with his parents See: (John, 2 & Nannie (Morgan) Sarratt) in the 1810 Census, Spartanburg Co., SC. (M-252, State Reel 61, Page 202, Line) His parents were listed with only a daughter age 16 to 26 living with them.

U.S. Federal Census  Samuel SARRATT, can be found with Family:
 1820 Census,
 Spartanburg Co., SC.
 (M-33, State Reel 120, Page 281, Line 2, F.G. 200010-22010)

 H/H Samuel SARRATT, a30y b. 1790 SC. (26 to 45)
 Wife: Peggy (QUINN) SARRATT, a31y b. 1789 SC. (26 to 45)
      1. 1st Dau: Assynthy N., a12y b. 1808 SC. (10 to 16)
      2. 2nd Dau: Margaret, a10y b. 1810 SC. (10 to 16)
      3. 1st Son: Holman, a09y b. 1811 SC. (10 Under)
      4. 1st Dau: M. Polly, a08y b. 1812 SC. (10 Under)
      5. 2nd Son: John Q., a 4y b. 1816 SC. (10 Under)
      6. 3rd Dau: Cynthia, a 2y b. 1818 SC. (10 Under)
      7. 4th Dau: Unknown, a 1y b. 1819 SC.(10 Under)
      1. Male Slave SARRATT, (14 to 26)
      1. Free Colored, (15 Under)
 In this 1820 Census, Samuel, 7 SARRATT, age 30 years old has been identified, with Wife M. "Peggy" (QUINN) SARRATT, age 30 and the above children. Their were four Female listed with this family,

U.S. Federal Census  Samuel,1 SARRATT can be found with Family:
 1830 Census,
 Spartanburg Co., SC.
 (M-19, State Reel 171, Page 317, Line 23)

  H/H Samuel SARRATT, a40y b. 1790 SC. (40 to 50)
 Wife: Peggy (QUINN) SARRATT, a40y b. 1789 SC. (40 to 50)
      3. 1st Son: Holman, a19y b. 1811 SC. (15 to 20)
      4. 1st Dau: M. Polly, a18y b. 1812 SC. (10 to 15)
      5. 2nd Son: John Q., a14y b. 1816 SC. (10 to 15)
      6. 3rd Dau: Cynthia, a12y b. 1818 SC. (05 to 10) Note Age?
      8. 3rd Son: Samuel,11 a10y b. 1820 SC. (10 to 15)
      9. 4th Son: Tilman, a08y b. 1822 SC. (05 to 10)
      10 5th Son: Green B., a02y b. 1828 SC. (05 Under)
      2 Female Slaves SARRATT, age Unk. (10 to 24)
      1 Male Slave SARRATT, Age Unk. (10 Under)
 In this 1830 Census, we find Samuel, 7 SARRATT age 40 years and Wife M. "Peggy" (QUINN) SARRATT, age 40 with the above children.
 Children NOT listed in this 1830 Census Family Unit!
      1. 1st Dau: Assynthy N., a22y b. 1808 SC. m. bfr 1830 Mr. MORGAN
      2. 2nd Dau: Margaret, a20y b. 1810 SC. m. bfr 1830 Mr. PHILLIPS
      7. 4th Dau: Unknown, a11y b. 1819 SC. Not Traced!

U.S. Federal Census  Samuel,1 SARRATT can be found with Family:
 1840 Census,
 Spartanburg Co., SC.
 (M-704, State Reel 515, Page 154, Line 27)

 H/H Samuel SARRATT, a50y b. 1790 SC. (50 to 60)
 Wife: Peggy (QUINN) SARRATT, a50y b. 1789 SC. (50 to 60)
      10 5th Son: Green B., a12y b. 1828 SC. (10 to 15)
      Female Unknown, (15 to 20)
      Female Unknown, (10 to 15)
      With 5 Slaves
      1 Male Slave SARRATT, (24 to 36)
      2 Female Slaves SARRATT, (10 to 24)
      1 Male Slave SARRATT, (10 Under)
      1 Female Slave SARRATT, (10 Under)
 In this 1840 Census, we find Samuel, 7 SARRATT age 50 years and Wife M. "Peggy" (QUINN) SARRATT, age 50 with the above children.
 Children NOT listed in this 1840 Census Family Unit!
      3. 1st Son: Holman, a29y b. 1811 SC.
      4. 1st Dau: M. Polly, a28y b. 1812 SC.
      5. 2nd Son: John Q., a24y b. 1816 SC.
      6. 3rd Dau: Cynthia, a22y b. 1818 SC. m. bfr 1840 Mr. WEBBER
      8. 3rd Son: Samuel,11 a20y b. 1820 SC.
      9. 4th Son: Tilman, a18y b. 1822 SC.

SC Colony Seal - Click on Thumbnail for 1895 Larger Map!  Will & Testament ~ Samuel SARRATT
 State of South Carolina }
                                         } Dated: 08th May 1846
 Spartanburg District      }
In the name of God Amen, I, Samuel SARRATT of Spartanburg District and State of South Carolina being well in health and of Sound and perfect mind and memory (blessed be God) do this Eighth day of May in the year of our Lord, One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Forty Six, make and publish this my Last Will and testament in manner an form following, that is to say, principally and first of all I give unto recommend my Soul unto the Hand of Almighty God who gave it and my body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in decent Christian burial. Nothing doubling but I shall at, the general resurrection receive the Same again by the Almighty Power of God. And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with in this world, I give, demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form Viz.
     Item 1st. I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved wife, Margaret SARRATT, all and singular all my Lands, messusages and tenements, by her to be possessed and enjoyed in any way she thinks proper to do during her natural life or widowhood –Also I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Margarett SARRATT all my personal Estate Viz.,
Negroes, and Stock of every king, also all my household and kitchen furniture. … to be by her used and disposed of as she thinks proper in the most economical and beneficial way for her assess Support and for the Support and Education of Such of our dear children as remains with her at my decease, all the above mentioned property both real and personal to be used and disposed of by her as above mentioned during her natural life or widowhood, And if he Said Margaret SARRATT should (after my demise) marry to another man, then in that case she is not to have, possess or enjoy any part or portions of my property, neither real nor personal , in case of her second marriage it extinguishes alher title or claim to any portion portion of the above mentioned property.
     Item 2nd. At the decease or marriage of my dear wife Margarett SARRATT, I give and bequeath the remainder of my property in manner and form as set forth in the following Items herein after mentioned (turn over) Underlined before signed.
     Item 3rd. At the decease or marriage of my wife, Margaret SARRATT I give and bequeath to my beloved sons
     Samuel SARRATT,
     Greenberry SARRATT and
     Tilman SARRATT,

 all and Singular, all my Lands and tenements to be equally divided among and between the above named Three boys by lot, and if the Land cannot be conveniently nor agreeably divided between, and among the Three above mentioned boys Viz. Samuel SARRATT, Greenberry SARRATT and Tilman SARRATT.
     Item 4th. As touching my personal estate Viz. Negroes, Stock of all kinds, House hold and kitchen furniture that is remaining at the decease or marriage of my wife, Margarett SARRATT, I give and bequeath to my dear children in manner and form herein after mentioned.
     Item 5th. I give and bequeath all my personal property Viz. Negroes, Stock, Household furniture, Etc. to be equally and properally divided, between and among:
     Synthar (Sarratt) WEBER,
     Margarett (Sarratt) PHILLIPS,
     Samuell SARRATT,
     Greenberry SARRATT and
     Tilman SARRATT,
by equal division or public Auction or otherwise.
     Item 6th. As for
     Assenthy (Sarratt) MORHAN,
     Polly (Sarratt) DEFFERAN,
     Holman SARRATT and
     John Quin SARRATT

 and their respective Heirs, is to have no share, part or lot in any of the above mentioned property at mine or my wife’s decease, because I have previously given them all I ever allowed, or intended them to have of my property either real or personal which the following account hereunto annexed will shew. And do hereby make and ordain my dearly beloved wife Margarett SARRATT the Sole Executrix of this my last Will and testament. And I do hereby entirely disallow, revoke, and disarmed all and every other Will and testament, legacies, bequest, and Executors by me in wise before named, Willed, and bequeathed nullifying this and no other to be my last Will and Testament, In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the day and year above written--
Signed, sealed, published and declared by the Said Samuel SARRATT, the testator as his last will and testament in the presents of us, who in the presents of each other were present at the Signing and Sealing thereof:
     l/s/ Samuel SARRATT his seal
     l/s/ L.H. SARRATT
     l/s/ Robt Byars
     l/s/ Artemisia (Sarratt) Byars

 The following is the account above mentioned in the will and is also a part of he above Will as it exhibits the property I have given those of my heirs who I do not allow to have any part or Share in any more of my property than I have given them.


 Assineth (Sarratt) MORGAN,
 my daughter,
One Cow and calf at Twelve Dollars ---One Clock u …case at Thirty Seven Dollars---One Beds and furniture and a Stand of home made Curtains at Thirty Dollars---Coffin, Shroud and other burying cloths for Said Assineth Ten Dollars ---Amt. $89.
 Holman SARRATT my Son  I give him One Horse, Saddle and Briddle at One hundred and ten Dollars ---Cash give to him Twenty Dollars---For dressing & for him paid cash Forty Dollars—For Coffin, Shroud & to burry him, Ten Dollars---Amt $240
 Polly (Sarratt) DAFFRON
 my daughter
I give her husband Martin DAFFRON in cash Thirty Dollars & ten cents to buy meat---paid such for him to William G. CLARK Sixty Dollars---Cash give to him, Twenty Dollars. One Mare Thirty Dollars---One Bed and furniture fifteen Dollars---Loss on the sale of Land forty-five dollars---Amt $120.10
 John Quin SARRATT my son, One mare, Saddle and Briddle Eighty Dollars
I paid for him to William G. CLARK Thirty Eight Dollars
 To Robert LIPSCOMB Twelve Dollars
 To William G. CLARK (furnace) Seventeen Dollars---Lent him Ten Dollars ---he received of his grandfathers Estate in the Alabama Forty four Dollars---Am. $201
 In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written in the will.
     l/s/ Samuel SARRATT his seal

Samuel SARRATT Family Cemetery, now Cherokee Co., South Carolina
"Father"
Samuel SARRATT,
b. __ ___ 1790 ~ d. 27 Jun 1851
age 61yrs, ??mths, & ?? days
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[Created by: ]

Need Photo of Headstone!
(Need Photo of Headstone)
"Mother"
M. "Peggy" (Quinn) SARRATT,
b.__ ___ 1789 ~ d. __ ___ 1850
age 61yrs, ??mths, & ??days
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Margaret "Peggy" (QUINN) SARRATT; d. bfr 1850 Census, at the age of 60 years, in the old Spartanburg Co., SC. [This writer could NOT find them in the 1850 Census ..prs]

Samuel, 7 SARRATT, d. on 27 Jun. 1851, [REF:#90 pg159] at the age of 61 years, in old Spartanburg Co., SC; Buried in the Sarrett Homestead Cemetery, about 1/2 mile from the Broad River, [REF:#155 pg3] now in Cherokee Co., SC; (See 147 Map 10, L)

Sixth Generation!
Need Photo of 1.2.3.1.7.09 Edward "Tillman" SARRATT,
(4th s/o Samuel,7 SARRATT & Mother: M. Peggy" QUINN)
(1Gs/o.. John,2 & Nanny (MORGAN) SARRATT) of Spartanburg, SC. "The English Loyalist"
b. __ ___ 1823, Limestone Springs, Spartanburg Dist., SC.
Wounded 25 Jun 1862, age 39yrs, "Seven-Day Battle", Malvern Hill, VA. k.i.a. Civil War.
d. 14 May 1864, age 41yrs, Richmond, Chesterfield Co., Virginia [See: REF:# 076.004]
Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me)
At age 32yrs he married his 1st Cousin, Once Removed bfr 1855, Rutherford (Now Cleveland Co.) NC. to
20 year old Miss Elizabeth "Permelia/Amelia" TURNER,
(3rd d/o Thias Matheus TURNER & Mother: Anna RIPPY)
(1Gd/o Elijah, Sr. & Edith J. (Sarratt) TURNER)
(2Gd/o John,2 & Nancy (Morgan) SARRATT, "The English Loyalist"
Need Photo of b. c1835, Union Dist., SC.
d. c1920, age 85yrs, nr Rippy, Cleveland Co., North carolina
Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me)
At age 36yrs bfr 1871, she married 2nd, to:
Mr. McBRYER,
Not Traced!
They had 1 Child born to this 2nd Union:
 FIRST MARRIAGE: They had 1 Child born to this short Union:
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1. Only Son:  Ira Phillip SARRATT,  NC 1855-1920 a65yrs NC.  m. c1879 Fannie" BYERS/BYARS,   5Ch.
 SECOND MARRIAGE: They had 1 Child born to this short Union:
 2. Only Dau:      Avirlona McBRYER,  NC 1871-19?? a??yrs ??.  Not Traced! See 1880 Census  
  5   Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 

Cpl. Tillman SARRATT, - Civil War-CSA
Co. H, 34th NC. Infantry, k.i.a. (killed in action)
Cpl Tillman SARRATT, Civil War record - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Cpl Tillman SARRATT, Civil War record - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Cpl Tillman SARRATT, Civil War record - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Cpl Tillman SARRATT, Civil War record - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!
 Enlisted: Oct. 1st, 1861, age 38yrs, High Point, NC.
 May 14, 1864, age 41yrs died of wounds of "Seven Days Battle" Malvern Hill, VA.

 Tillman Sarratt Company Muster-In and Descriptive Rolls
 Oct. 24, 1861, mustered into service at Camp Fisher
 Jan. & Feb. 1862 Muster Roll stated he was present. Last paid by Major Lewis Jan. 1, 1862.
 Mar. & Apr. 1862 Muster Roll stated he was present. Last paid by Major Cameron Feb. 28, 1862.
 Jan. & Feb. 1863 Muster Roll stated he was present. Last paid by Captain Clark Jan. 1, 1863.
 Mar. & Apr. 1863 Muster Roll stated he was present. Last paid by Captain Clark Mar. 1, 1863.
 Roll of Honor stated promoted to Corporal somewhere between this time (March & April 1863) at age 28yrs. [s/b age 38yrs b. 1822, 3]
 July & Aug. 1863 Muster Roll stated he was absent. Remarks: In hospital at Camp Winder**, VA.
      Last paid by J W Clark Apr. 30, 1863.  Sept. & Oct. 1863 Muster Roll stated he was absent. Remarks: Absent on furlough.
      Last paid by L N Webb Aug. 31, 1863.  Appears on "Receipt Roll" for clothing,
     3rd Div. Gen. Hosp. for Camp Winder, Rich. VA., 1863;
     Date of issue Oct. 5, 1863; Signature, Tillman SARRATT
     Furlough Document: SARRATT, Tillmon (Tilman) Cpl.,
     Co H 34th Regt. N. C. Vol.;
     Subject: Furlough; Special Order Number 240/12.
 Dated: Oct. 9, 1863. Adjustment & Inspector General’s Office, Confederate States,
      contain information relative to the man named, on the subject mention above.
 Nov. & Dec. 1863 Muster Roll stated he was present. Last paid by L N Webb Aug. 31, 1863.
 Jan. & Feb. 1864 Muster Roll stated he was present. Last paid by J W Clark Dec 31, 1863.
 Mar. & Apr. 1864 Muster Roll stated he was present. Last paid by J W Clark Dec 31, 1863.
 May 8, 1864 appeared on register as T. E. Saratt of Receiving and Wayside Hospital***
     or General Hospital, Richmond, Virginia.
 Admitted May 8, 1864; Disposition: Robinson; Date May 9, 1864.
 May & June 1864 Muster Roll stated he died of wounds May 14, 1864.
      Last paid by J W Clark Dec 31, 1863.
 Tilman SURRATT Name appeared on "Register" of Claims Decease Officers and Soldiers
      from North Carolina which were file for settlement in the
      Office of Confederate States Auditor for the War Department.
     By whom presented, Parmelia SURRATT. [His Wife Permilla TURNER] When filed March 7, 1865.
 CONFEDERATE NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS
 34th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry

     The 34th Infantry Regiment was assembled at High Point, North Carolina, in October, 1861. Its members were recruited in the counties of Ashe, Rutherford, Rowan, Lincoln, Cleveland, Mecklenburg, and Montgomery. After serving in the Department of North Carolina, it was sent to Virginia and placed in General Pender's and Scales' Brigade.
The 34th was active in the many campaigns of the CSA army from the "Seven Days Battles" to Cold Harbor and later participated in the Petersburg siege south of the James River, VA. and the operations around Lee surrendering CSA Army of Northern Virginia to USA Gen. Grant on Apr 9th, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
It reported 53 killed and 158 wounded during the Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, VA., [June 25, 1862]
2 killed and 23 wounded at Second Manassas, (a.k.a. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, VA.) [Aug 29, 1862]
2 killed and 17 wounded at Fredericksburg, VA. [Dec 12, 1862] and
18 killed, and 110 wounded, and 20 missing at Chancellorsville, VA. [May 1 to 6, 1863]
Of the 310 engaged at Gettysburg, VA. (followed by Retreat od CSA) twenty-one percent were disabled. It surrendered 21 officers and 145 men. [Jul 1 to 3, 1863]
The field officers were Colonels Collet Leventhorpe, William Lee J. Lowrance, and Richard H. Riddick; Lieutenant Colonels George T. Gordon, Charles J. Hammerskold, William A. Houck, John L. McDowell, and George M. Norment; and Majors George M. Clark, Joseph B. McGee, Eli H. Miller, William A. Owens, Martin Shoffner, and Francis L. Twitty.

 SFA© Source and Reference Notes
 [REF:#001]  Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.   prsjr@att.net
Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Families of America (SFA)©
Bibliography County Histories
 [REF:#002]  Beth Lawrence,   1spyder@mail.entrsft.com
 302 N Pointe Dr., Goldsboro, NC 27530; 919-735-3367 BTW
 2nd E-Mail BTW: Dated: 02 Oct 1996; 16:38:48 EDT
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 [REF:#003]  Margaret "Peggy" H. Dillard,   mhdillard@directvinternet.com
 2nd E-Mail BTW: Dated: 31 May 2002; 06:37:07 PDT
 [REF:#004]  David Strickland trevstrick@yahoo.com
(Brother) Larry Strickland larrycstrickland@bellsouth.net
The Strickland Family has a "Trees.ancestry.com"
  See: Ira P. SARRATT, Family Tree
     1st E-Mail: Sunday, August 24, 2008 4:59:43 PM
     2nd E-Mail: Monday, September 1st, 2008 12:29:47 PM
 [REF:#005]    

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