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Catherine Fye

F, #434, b. about 1795, d. aft 24 June 1870 bef 20 October 1870

Parents

FatherJacob Fye (b. 13 November 1756, d. 1801)
MotherMary Killian (b. about 1768, d. about 1853)

Family: David Nagel (b. about 1795, d. February 1831 or March 1831)

DaughterAnna Adeline Naugle+ (b. 13 September 1820, d. 30 May 1899)
DaughterMichaela M. Naugle+ (b. September 1822, d. 30 October 1900)
DaughterHarriet E. Naugle+ (b. about 1826)
SonWilliam Anderson Naugle+ (b. about 1827, d. 3 May 1863)
SonSylvanus J. Noggle+ (b. 8 July 1828, d. 15 July 1914)
SonLevi Jethro Naugle+ (b. about 1830, d. 16 June 1863)

Biography

Catherine Fye was born about 1795 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She died aft 24 June 1870 bef 20 October 1870 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.
Catherine Fye witnessed the will of Jacob Fye in January 1801 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1,2 As of 8 January 1819, Catherine Fye was also known as Catherine Nail.3 She was also known as Catherine Naugle. On on 30 December 1820, Catherine Fye and David Nagel sold Catherine's 1/3 land inheritance from her father, Jacob Fie, in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4 In April 1829, Catherine Fye and David Nagel filed suit against Catherine's mother, Mary Killian Fye Suttlemire, for an additional share of Jacob Fye's estate.5,6,7 She on 2 April 1831 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, relinquished Administration of David Naugle's Estate. John Jonas was appointed by the court.8 On on 8 April 1831, Catherine Fye and her children were allowed, by the court committee, one years maintenance from the estate of David Naugle. The appointed committee were Jacob Cline, Elias Bost, Christian Hawn, and Henry W. Robinson. The committee allowed: all the corn and wheat on hand; the box that contains the wheat; four bags of flower and meal; the large pot, the Dutch oven, skillet, and all the kitchen furniture sitting on the shelves; the fire shovel, three chairs, a bread tray, and sifter; the chest, one bed and bedstead, a small bed, two more beds, and a cradle; her choice of wash tubs, and the butter churn; all the bacon and lard on hand, and a salt barrel; eight heads of hogs, one sheep, two cows, one calf, and bull; weaving looms, and all the flax tow, cotton wool, and a bag of feathers; a crock with soap, and a keg with vinegar; one axe and two corn hoes; a three year old colt; the leather when finished that is at Jacob Shufords, Tanner,; and all the wheat that is now growing.9 She purchased several items at the estate sale of her husband, David Naugle, on 30 April 1831 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, . Catherine purchased: a bell for 6 1/4 cents; a bottle and sundries for 12 cents; 2 small benches for 1 cent; a loom and sundries for 10 cents; 2 tubs for 2 cents; and a cutting box for $1.05;10 She was on the tax roll in 1832 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.11 She filed a will her on 20 October 1870 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG. It was not recorded for lack of recording fees.12

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
David Nagel and Catherine Fye8 January 1819Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+3

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+13
1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+14
1840Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+15,16
4 October 1850Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG17,18
28 July 1860Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG19
24 June 1870Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG20
Last Edited19 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S54] Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. & Grace Turner, editor, Lincoln County, North Carolina Will Abstracts 1779-1910 (Wilson, North Carolina: Grace Turner, c.1986), The will of Jacob Fye was written 3 November 1800 and probated in January 1801. Jacob mentions his wife, Mary, her father John Killian, "my children," and "little John Jonas, minor." Witnesses were Samuel Killian and Joh. Carl Lutgert.
  2. [S46] Jacob Fye, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Fye Estate Papers.
  3. [S69] North Carolina Marriage Bonds: Lincoln County. Hereinafter cited as NC Marriage Bonds.
  4. [S41] Lincoln County, North Carolina Deed Book 29, p. 668. Hereinafter cited as LCDB 29.
  5. [S46] Jacob Fye Estate Papers, In April 1829, David Naugle, in right of his wife Catherine and Jacob Fye, Jr. filed suit against Catherine’s mother, Mary (Killian) Fye Suttlemire for their share of Jacob Fye’s estate. The suit was based on the claim that Catherine’s brother, Abraham, was deceased, and that they should divide his share. Mary Suttlemire answered in July 1829 that her 1st husband Jacob Fye died testate and that she and John Deitz administered the estate. Mary said that Deitz took all the personal property, except her share, and left the county without settling the estate. When her son Abraham asked for his share, she felt obligated and gave him clothing for two trips to the western country. She said Abraham declared he had received his fair share of the estate. Concerning the land, Mary said that David Naugle received his wife's share, but Abraham was still entitled to some portion. Mary said she heard from Abraham four years ago. The court referred the case to Vardry McBee in October 1830, and he reported that Jacob Fye left three legatees, the widow and children: Catherine, Jacob Fye, Jr., and Abraham. He took evidence from Jacob Burns, who said that around 1820 Abram Fye was in Indiana; that he started to go to a town on the Ohio called Utica, but left his pocket book, money and clothes behind; that he had not been heard from since and was supposed to be drowned. I have found no record that David and Catharine actually received part of Abraham’s share in the land.
  6. [S54] Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. & Grace Turner.
  7. [S55] Harry E. Wilson, Descendants of Jacob Zettelmeyer of Berks County, Pennsylvania (Zebulon, North Carolina: H.E. Wilson, c198?)
  8. [S44] David Naugle, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County, North Carolina State Archives, Catherine relinquished her right as Administrator of the Estate of David Naugle and gave her consent that John Jonas should be so named. Hereinafter cited as David Naugle Estate Papers.
  9. [S44] David Naugle Estate Papers, Jacob Cline, Elias Bost, Christian Hawn, and Henry W. Robinson were appointed by the court to lay off one years maintenance for the widow and family of David Naugle. On 30 April 1831, the committee reported to the court that they had allowed to the widow and family:all the corn and wheat on hand, the box that contains the wheat, four bagsof flower and meal, the large pot, the Dutch oven, skillet, and all thekitchen furniture sitting on the shelves, the fire shovel, three chairs, a breadtray and sifter, the chest, one bed and bedstead, a small bed, two more beds,and a cradle, her choice of wash tubs, and the butter churn, all the bacon andlard on hand, a salt barrel, eight heads of hogs (her choice), one sheep, two cows, onetwo year old calf, one two year old bull, weaving looms, and all the flax tow, cotton wool yarn and a bag of feathers, a crock with soap, a keg with vinegar, one axe (her choice) and two corn hoes (her choice), a three year old colt, the leather when finished that is at Jacob Shufords, Tanner, and all the wheat that is now growing.
  10. [S44] David Naugle Estate Papers, Estate of David Naugle.
  11. [S1354] Kathy Gunter Sullivan, "Lincoln County Tax List: 1832 Capt. William Herman's District", Catawba Cousins 62 (October 1991): p. 56. Hereinafter cited as "Lincoln, NC Tax List: 1832."
  12. [S1823] "North Carolina, Wills & Probate Records, 1665-1998", online database 2015, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 21 Jun 2018), Catherine Naugle
  13. [S1847] 1820 US Census, population schedule, p. p. 383, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Sep 2008.)
  14. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 234, David Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 17 Feb 2008.)
  15. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Upper Regiment, p. p. 39, Cata Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 May 2003.)
  16. [S68] Catawba County Genealogical Society, Catawba County, North Carolina 1840-1850 Census (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1988), p.15. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Census 1850.
  17. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Catawba County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 312, dwelling/family 690/690, Catherine Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 14 Jun 2005.)
  18. [S68] Catawba Census 1850, p. 80.
  19. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Catawba County, North Carolina, population schedule,Newton, p. p. 60, dwelling/family 451/440, Levi Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 13 Jun 2006.)
  20. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Catawba County, North Carolina, population schedule,Newton, p. p. 39/636, dwelling/family 281/274, Catherine Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Jul 2006.)

Anna Adeline Naugle

F, #435, b. 13 September 1820, d. 30 May 1899

Parents

FatherDavid Nagel (b. about 1795, d. February 1831 or March 1831)
MotherCatherine Fye (b. about 1795, d. aft 24 June 1870 bef 20 October 1870)

Family: Laben S. Lutz (b. 18 June 1822, d. 27 June 1899)

SonHenry J. Lutz (b. about 1845)
DaughterHarriet E. Lutz+ (b. 25 April 1849, d. 3 April 1926)
SonJames M. Lutz+ (b. 25 July 1851, d. 1 April 1900)
SonWilliam Lawrence Lutz+ (b. 27 October 1853, d. 21 December 1928)
SonDavid E. Lutz+ (b. 24 June 1855, d. 1 January 1922)
DaughterFrances A. Lutz (b. 25 October 1857, d. 5 October 1861)
Tombstone-Anna Adeline Naugle Lutz

Biography

Anna Adeline Naugle was born on 13 September 1820 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1 She died on 30 May 1899 at age 78 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.2 She was buried at Old St. Paul's Lutheran Church CemeteryG+, in Newton, Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.3
As of 2 March 1843, Anna Adeline Naugle was also known as Anna Adeline Lutz, -(Naugle.) Laben S. Lutz and she appeared in the census on 3 October 1850 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.4,5 She witnessed the New Tag of Laben S. Lutz in 1857 in Newton Company, Catawba, North Carolina, United States.6 Laben S. Lutz and she appeared in the census on 27 July 1860 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.7

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Laben S. Lutz and Anna Adeline Naugle2 March 1843Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+8
1840Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+9,10
22 June 1880Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG11
Last Edited14 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S70] "Zion Lutheran Church Birth and Baptismal Records", Catawba Cousins I1 (July 1986): p. 13. "David Nagel and his wife a daughter Anna Adeline born 14 September 1820." (German script). Hereinafter cited as "Zion Births and Baptisms."
  2. [S66] Catawba County Genealogical Society, VIII Catawba County Cemeteries, Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS,1996, p. 93. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Cemeteries.
  3. [S29] Catawba County Genealogical Society, VII Catawba County Cemeteries, Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS,1991, Volume VIII, p. 93. Headstone: A. Adaline W/O LS Lutz. 13 September 1820 - 30 May 1899. Aged 78y 8m 17d. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Cemeteries.
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Catawba ounty, North Carolina, population schedule,Newton, p. p. 60, dwelling/family 452/441, Laben Lutes; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 15 Jun 2006.)
  5. [S68] Catawba County Genealogical Society, Catawba County, North Carolina 1840-1850 Census (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1988), p. 80. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Census 1850.
  6. [S139] Catawba County Genealogical Society, "1857 Catawba County Tax List - Newton Company", Catawba Cousins 22 (October 1987): p. 45. Hereinafter cited as "Catawba, NC Tax List 1857."
  7. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  8. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 234, David Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 17 Feb 2008.)
  9. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Upper Regiment, p. p. 39, Cata Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 May 2003.)
  10. [S68] Catawba Census 1850, p.15.
  11. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Daniel Ikerd

M, #436, d. before 1830

Parents

FatherHenry Ikerd (b. 16 March 1761, d. after October 1800)
MotherElizabeth ? (b. 1763, d. after 25 October 1784)

Family: Barbara Naugle (b. about 1798)

SonDaniel Ikerd, Jr. (b. about 1822)

Biography

Daniel Ikerd died before 1830 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.
Daniel Ikerd witnessed the will of Henry Ikerd on 31 July 1800 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Daniel Ikerd and Barbara Naugle1 December 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+1
Last Edited20 July 2018

Citations

  1. [S69] North Carolina Marriage Bonds: Lincoln County. Hereinafter cited as NC Marriage Bonds.

Edward Bridges

M, #448, d. 1862

Biography

Edward Bridges died in 1862.
Last Edited29 September 2014

Martha J. Bishop

F, #450, b. about 1840

Biography

Martha J. Bishop was born about 1840.
As of 1859, Martha J. Bishop was also known as Martha J. Maddox, -(Bishop.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
George Allen Maddox and Martha J. Bishop1859Meriwether, Georgia, United StatesG
Last Edited29 September 2014