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View Tree for Adam StultzAdam Stultz (b. 1744, d. Bef. 1845)

Adam Stultz was born 1744, and died Bef. 1845 in Henry Co., Va.. He married Mary Gravely on June 03, 1768 in Henry Co., Va., daughter of James Gravely and Ann.

 Includes NotesNotes for Adam Stultz:
BIOGRAPHY: Adam Stultz's family had come to Leatherwood and acquired much land in what is no w known as Henry County, Virginia. Other Stultz families had found homes in Ohio, North Carol ina, and South Carolina. It was in the 1830's that many families of the mountain section of H enry, Franklin and Patrick Counties of Virginia went with a wagon train northward to join Jo e Smith's (later Brigham Young) group and helped map the Oregon Trail.BIOGRAPHY: Many Stult z's may be found in many sections of the USA. Another wagon train followed the direct west ro ute travelling through Tennessee. The California Gold Rush of the forties claimed many migran ts and decendents of those settled in many of the sections across our nation as proven by nam es in directories of many large cities, such as St. Louis, Kansas City, Salt Lake City and ma ny Pacific coast cities.BIOGRAPHY: It was sometime prior to 1730 that the first Stultz cam e to America.BIOGRAPHY: Source: Stultz Family Tree by Mrs. Lera Stultz Brown of Vinton, Vir giniaBIOGRAPHY: Adam immigrated to Philadelphia in 1759-1760. Came to Henry County in 1762 . Parents ran a sawmill in Germany. He was a farmer and sawmill owner/operator in VA
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Source: Stultz Family Tree brought together by Mrs. Lera Stultz Brown ofVinton, Va.
Adam Stultz's father had come to Leatherwood and acquired much land inwhat is now know as Hen ry County, Virginia. Other Stultz families hadfound homes in Ohio, North Carolina and Sout h Carolina. It was in the1830s that many families of the mountain section of Henry, Frankli n andPatrick Counties of Virginia went with a wagon train northward to joinJoe Smith's (late r Brighman Young) group and helped map the Oregon Trail.

Many Stultz's may be found in many sections of the USA. Another wagontrain followed the dire ct west route travelling through Tennessee. TheCalifornia Gold Rush of the forties claimed m any migrants and decendentsof those settled in many of the sections across our nation as pro ven bynames in directories of many large cities, such as St. Louis, KansasCity, Salt Lake Cit y and many Pacific coast cities.

It was sometime prior to 1730 that the first Stultz came to America.

More About Adam Stultz:
Record Change: May 24, 2006

More About Adam Stultz and Mary Gravely:
Marriage: June 03, 1768, Henry Co., Va..

Children of Adam Stultz and Mary Gravely are:
  1. +Abner Stultz, b. September 07, 1770, Pittsylvania Co., Va., d. May 13, 1850, Pittsylvania, Virginia.
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