Heathcock Genealogy Database - Person Sheet
Heathcock Genealogy Database - Person Sheet
NameMichael Awalt Jr.
Birthca 1785, Mecklenburg County, NC
Death7 Jun 1835, Columbus, Bartholomew Co Indiana Age: 50
FatherMichael Abraham Awalt (1755-1835)
MotherEva Speck (1763-1848)
Spouses
Birth22 Feb 1789, Burke Co NC
Death14 Dec 1884, Johns Township, Appanoose County, Iowa Age: 95
BurialPhiladelphia Cemetery, Plano, Iowa
FatherJacob Tipps (1748-1837)
MotherMargaret Grunt (ca1763-1846)
Marriage19 Sep 1811, Burke Co NC
ChildrenElizabeth M. (1812-1902)
 Henry Harrison (1814-1858)
 Mary (1816-)
 Permelia (1818-1854)
 William H. (1819-1888)
 Jacob (1822-1886)
 John (1824-1890)
 Mahata (Twin) (1831-)
 Margaret (Twin) (1831-1890)
 Nancy (ca1833-1906)
 Clark Gerna (ca1834-)
Notes for Michael Awalt Jr.
Notes for Michael Awalt:155

Michael Awalt - Military service with Captain Christian Limbaugh; enlisted 15 August 1806 at Salisbury, NC; discharged 15 August 1811 at New Orleans, LA; moved from Burke County, NC to Tennessee in October 1811; commissioned Captain 8 Nov 1813 in the Lincoln County, TN, militia; served in Captain William Russell's Company of Tennessee Milita during the War of 1812; enlisted 15 Aug 1814 at Fayetteville, Lincoln County, TN; discharged 15 March 1815 at New Orleans, LA; moved to Indiana about 1822; his wife, Sarah received bounty land and a pension as a result of Michael's service. According to J. T. Limbaugh's research - He moved to Tennessee with his brother, George before their father moved to TN. Michael's Will of 13 Jul 1827 names daughters and son Jacob. In 1851, Eva's "only heirs at law" were named as "Catherine Wever, Jacob Awalt, John Awalt, Barbry Tips, Sophia Webb, Nancy Limbo." Someone has written in the "Family Histories, Franklin County, Tennessee" book covering 1807-1996 that Michael Awalt moved his family to Bartholomew County, Indiana about 1822.
Notes for Sarah (Sally) (Spouse 1)
Michael Awalt, Jr. married Sarah Sally Tipps on September 19, 1811, in Burke County, North Carolina, after he had returned from a five year tour of military duty. He had joined the calvary at Salisbury, North Carolina, and served in the regular army under Captain Christian Limburg. He was discharged in August, 1811. Upon his return to North Carolina and marriage to Sarah, they moved to Lincoln County, Tennessee, that October with his sister and Sarah's father (Jacob Tipps). There in Lincoln County, their first two children were born. Michigan joined the service again in 1814, serving in the Tennessee Militia under Captain William Russell for 146 days until the Treaty of Peace (War of 1812). It appears that they had three more children there before moving their family to Wayne County, Indiana, about 1822. On June 20, 1877, Michael Awalt paid $200 for 124 acres from John Buddick in Columbus Twp, Bartholomew County, Indiana. Miachael died suddenly in 1835 leaving Sarah with eight children still at home. After Michael's death, Sarah and her children gave a Quit Claim Deed on this land to Joel Williams on September 15, 1848. The children of age who signed this deed were Henry H., William, George W., Jacob and John Awalt. On the same day, Sarah Awalt also sold land to Joel Williams for $600. It was at this time that Sarah, along with her children and their families, moved to Davis County, Iowa. In 1868, she moved to Appanoose County, Iowa, where she lived the rest of her life."1178
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