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Born in Germany, ca. 1715-20. Petition for lane grant dated March 16, 1744, stated that he, a wife, and four children arrived about tow months ago on Captain Brown's ship "The St. Andrew." refer--SC Archives--Royal Council Journal. Vol. 14, pg.137. Microfilm Records of the US. SC Council Journals, 1744-1748. E-lp, roll 3, US-9. 300 Acres granted on 22 February 1745, "being in the SaxaGotha Township bounding to the Northward on lands belonding to Frederick Arnold & the Santee (Congree) River; to the East on lands laid out to Michael Augster; & to the South & West on lands not laid out. rever--SC Archives--Records of Sec of State-Land Grants, Colonial Series (royal Grants), Vol.42, pg 262. Combined Alpha. Index No. 009-003-0004-00274-02. Jacob Killed by Indians on 19 March 1760. Refer--SC Gazette, 15 March 1760 (LGE 2-3, pg. 119). Buried in a unmarked grave near intersection of Center Drive and Glenkirk Road off Croley Mill Road on land of original grant. Wife and others probably buried nearby. Records and descendants of only one sen, George, are known,
The Jacob Drafts Family Tree
Updated September 6, 2000

William Sammy Drafts
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