Decendants of Michael Dickert
Newberry County, South Carolina
contributed by Dena Thomason-Whitesell


Michael II Dickert

Michael II Dickert (Johann Michael Sr., Peter, Andreas) was born Abt. 1762, and died Abt. 1836.  He married Isabella Sligh Abt. 1787, daughter of John Setzler and Christina (--?--).  She was born Abt. 1769 in South Carolina, and died Abt. 1840.

Michael Dickert Jur. - subscriber to will of Jacob (his X mark) Oxner Sen. Proved Feb. 12 - 1807


Michael II Dickert is shown in the following census:

Census 1: 1790, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M636_11,. Males 16 yrs - upward: (1), under 16 yrs (1), females (2).

Census 2: 1800, Newberry,South Carolina, M32_50, line 32, p. 72, Males: 10-15(1),  16-25 (1),  26-44 (1). Females: under 10 (2),  26-44 (1).

Census 3: 1810, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M252_61, line 26, p. 157. Males: 10-15 (1), 16-25 (1),  43 over (1).  Females: under 10 (2),  10-15 (1), 26-44  (1).

Occupation: Justice of the Peace


Children of Michael Dickert and Isabella Sligh are:

 i.    John L. Dickert, born Abt. 1792 in South Carolina; died Aft. 1850 in South Carolina. 

 ii.    Michael III Dickert, born Abt. 1790; died 14 Mar 1845 in Newberry County, South Carolina.

 iii.    Henry S. Dickert, born 12 Jul 1795; died 03 Sep 1866 in South Carolina.

 iv.   Catherine Dickert, born Abt. 1798; died Aft. 1870 in Franklin Co., Alabama.  She married John Jenkins.

 v.    Margaret Dickert, born Abt. 1805.  She married Wesley Sanders, b. abt 1809

 vi.   Christianna A. Dickert, born Abt. 1812; died in Jasper Co., Mississippi.  She married Thomas Nelson.

vii.    Mary Dickert, born 28 Oct 1814; died 14 Aug 1840 in Lafayette Co., Mississippi.  She married Matthias Elmore, b. March 14, 1811, d. July 21, 1852 in Lafayette Co., Mississippi.

John L. Dickert

John L. Dickert (Michael II, Johann Michael Sr., Peter, Andreas) was born Abt. 1792 in South Carolina, and died Aft. 1850 in South Carolina. He married (1) Anna Rosanna Quattlebaum Bet. 1803 - 1819 in South Carolina. She was

born 1790 in South Carolina, and died Bef. 1850 in South Carolina. He married (2) Mary Ann Carr Abt. 1833 in South Carolina; born Abt. 1813; died 14 Nov 1853. Her parents were: Mathias jr. Quattlebaum & Catherine Shealy

Children of John Dickert and Anna Quattlebaum are:
i. Adam P. Dickert, born Bet. 1804 - 1820 in South Carolina; died Aft. 1880. He married Mary Adams, b. abt 1804 in Virginia. Member of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Newberry District, South Carolina (SCMAR Vol. IX p. 16).
ii. Son Dickert, born Bet. 1810 - 1820 in South Carolina. Children: Alonzo Dickert, b. abt. 1850
iii. Daughter 1 Dickert, born Bet. 1810 - 1820 in South Carolina.
iv. Daughter 2 Dickert, born Bet. 1810 - 1820 in South Carolina.
v. Daughter 3 Dickert, born Bet. 1810 - 1820 in South Carolina.
vi. Elias Dickert, born 17 Apr 1820 in South Carolina; died 20 Nov 1876 in Arkansas. Marriage Fact: Mary Plunkett, b. abt 1821, d. December 15, 1869 in Arkansas
vii. Sibby Dickert, born Abt. 1830 in South Carolina. Census: 24 Jul 1850, Abbeville, Savannah River Regiment, South Carolina. Living in household of Edmond and Amanda Robinson. Marriage Fact: James Newby, b. abt 1812
viii. Sarah Dickert, born Abt. 1830 in South Carolina. Married Joseph Calhoun Beall, b. abt 1819
ix. Daughter 2 Dickert, born Bet. 1835 - 1840 in South Carolina.

Children of John Dickert and Mary Carr are:
i. Mary M. Dickert, born Abt. 1834 in South Carolina; died 16 May 1886 in Arkansas. Married Samuel T. Furqueron, b. December 10, 1824, d. June 23, 1899 in Arkansas.
ii. William Dickert, born Abt. 1836 in South Carolina. Census: 24 Jul 1850, Abbeville, Savannah River Regiment, South Carolina. Living in household of Edmond and Amanda Robinson .
iii. Martha Dickert, born Abt. 1838 in South Carolina.
iv. Susan Dickert, born Abt. 1839 in South Carolina. Census: 24 Jul 1850, Abbeville, Savannah River Regiment, South Carolina. Living in household of Edmond and Amanda Robinson .

Henry S. Dickert

Henry S. Dickert (Michael II, Johann Michael Sr., Peter, Andreas) was born 12 Jul 1795, and died 03 Sep 1866 in South Carolina. He married (1) Edney Towles. He married (2) Zilla Able Bef. 1824 in South Carolina. She was born 19 Jul 1798, and died Aft. 1831 in South Carolina. Her parents are Jeremiah Able & Elizabeth Roberts.  Henrys S. Dickert is at  Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, 6.5 mile S, Prosperity, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina

Children of Henry Dickert and Zilla Able are:
i. Elizabeth Dickert, born 03 Feb 1824; died 27 Aug 1903. Married to George Shirey
ii. Orlando Alexander Dickert, born 23 Dec 1828 in South Carolina; died 08 Feb 1910 in South Carolina. He married Francis Catherine Miller Bef. 1855 in South Carolina; born 21 Oct 1831; died 10 Feb 1884 in South Carolina. He is buried at Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, 6.5 miles S Prosperity, South Carolina along with his wife Francis Catherine Miller:
iii. William T. Dickert, born 11 Nov 1831; died 1865. Married to Georgiana Wheeler, b. February 14, 1840, d. 1912.
iv. Sarah Ann Dickert, born 11 Nov 1831; died 30 Jun 1915. Married to William H. Long, b. October 4, 1835, d. February 13, 1908.

Orlando Alexander Dickert

Orlando Alexander Dickert (Henry S., Michael II, Johann Michael Sr., Peter, Andreas) was born 23 Dec 1828 in South Carolina, and died 08 Feb 1910 in South Carolina.  He married Francis Catherine Miller Bef. 1855 in South Carolina.  She was born 21 Oct 1831, and died 10 Feb 1884 in South Carolina. Burial: Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, 6.5 miles S Prosperity, South Carolina. Children of Orlando Dickert and Francis Miller are:
 i. John Henry Dickert, born 1855 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 1921 in South Carolina.
 ii. Susannah E. Dickert, born 1857 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 1925 in South Carolina. Burial: Bethel Bapatist Church Cemetery, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
iii. Alice Idora Dickert, born 15 Nov 1860 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 09 Sep 1909 in South Carolina.
iv. James T. Dickert, born 1866 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 1952 in South Carolina. Marriage Fact: Mary Merchant
v. Asa Bennie Dickert, born 18 Sep 1868 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 04 Jun 1891 in South Carolina. Burial: Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, 6.5 miles S Prosperity, South Carolina
vi. Sallie Dickert, born Abt. 1870 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died in South Carolina. Marriage Fact: Newton Calvin Dickert
vii. George S. Dickert, born Oct 1873 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 1951 in South Carolina.
viii. Fletcher L Dickert, born 23 May 1878 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 08 Oct 1881 in South Carolina. Burial: Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, 6.5 miles S Prosperity, South Carolina

Michael III Dickert

Michael III Dickert, born Abt. 1790; died 14 Mar 1845 in Newberry County, South Carolina.  He married Anna-Mary Wicker [Source: Family Tree Maker's Family Archives CD #3 - Marriage Index: AL, GA, SC 1641-1944] Abt. 1808 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; born Abt. 1792 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 11 Apr 1857 in Newberry County, South Carolina.

Census 1: 1810, South Carolina, M252_61, line 25. Males 16-25 (1), females 16-25 (1).
Census 2: 1820, Germantown Co., Philadelphia, PA, M33_109, p. 109, line 21.  Males: 10-16 (1),  26-45 (1), females  to 10 (1),  26-45 (1), persons engaged in manufacturing (1). UNSURE if this is the same Michael Dickert
Census 3: 1830, Franklin Co., Georgia, Roll 17, Book 1, line 14: Males under 5 yrs (1), five-10 (1), 10-15 (1), 20-30 (1 , possibly John W. Thomasson, is son-in-law), 40-60 (1), Females 5 & under (1), 5-10 (2), 15-20 (1, possibly Libby), 30-40
Census 4: 1840, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, Roll 514, Book 1, line13. Males: 5-10 (2), 10-15 (1), 15-20 (1),  20-30 (1),  40-50 (1). Females: under 5 (1), 10-15 (1),15-20 (1), 40-50 (1).
More About Anna-Mary Wicker:
Census: 1850, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M432_856, p. 223, line 27, age 58.
Source:: Our Wicker Family, pg. 61

Children of Michael Dickert and Anna-Mary Wicker are:
i. Elizabeth (Libby) Dickert
ii. Simon-Peter Dickert
iii. Anna Katherine Dickert
iv. Christina Dickert
v. Jacob Lemuel Dickert
vi. Ann Dickert
vii. Jesse Cornelius Dickert
viii. Michael IV Dickert
ix. Marion Dickert
x. Lavinia Dickert

Elizabeth (Libby) Dickert, born Abt. 1810 in Georgia; died Bet. 1838 - 1850 in Franklin, Georgia?. She married John W. R. Thomason 14 Feb 1830 in Franklin Co., Georgia; born Abt. 1807 in Elbert, Georgia; died Bet. 1838 - 1850 in Franklin, Georgia?. Burial: Bet. 1838 - 1850, UNKNOWN
Census: 1830, Franklin Co., Georgia, Roll 17, Book 1, line 14 shows Michael Dickert (Libby's father) as follows: Males under 5 yrs (1), five-10 (1), 10-15 (1), 20-30 (1 , possibly John), 40-60 (1), Females 5 & under (1), 5-10 (2), 15-20 (1, possibly Libby), 30-40
Nickname: Libby or Ibby
Notes for John W. R. Thomason: For the sake of confusion, I have listed John Thomason, his father and siblings with 1s. Some records show 2s and his son, Arnold, and grandchildren have 2s in the last name. This change may have taken place after 1900 but the date can not be verified at this time.
No further information has been found on John W. or Libby Thomason since the birth of their last child. It is thought that they both died and that is why their children were raised by other family members.
Were their children born in Franklin Co., Georgia or Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina? Did they move to Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina (before/after parents 'died') and then raised by family members of Libby's?

Children of Elizabeth Dickert and John Thomason are:
i. Arnold P. Thomasson, born 06 Feb 1831 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died Aug 1862 in Gordonsville, Louisa, Virginia.  He married Harriett Suber Abt. 1853 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; born 1831 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 1884 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.
Notes for Arnold P. Thomasson: Arnolds ancestors spelled their last name with one 's'.  Arnold may have also spelled the name with one 's' . My greatgrandfather and grandfather (Andrew Cornelius and Andrew Carter)  have used two 's' therefore all reference of Arnold's decendent's will show two 's'. My father (Andrew Carters son) changed his last name to reflect one 's' but his siblings and their decendents currently use two 's'.
NOTES:
...Mt. Zion Lutheran Church was organized by the Rev. J. Moser & was dedicated on Sunday, August 5, 1840. The church was located on the Broad River, not far from Pomaria. It was about 9 miles from St. Matthew's Church. The church was destroyed by fire in 1865. The members continued to have church services in the schoolhouse. They later disbanded and transfered their membership to convenient churches near by.  Most members went either to St. Matthews's or Bethlehem in Pomaria (A History of the Lutheran Church, SC 1971).
...As reported by Maggie (Peg) Thomasson, (my great aunt) his granddaughter: Arnold or his father left Ireland during the potatoe famine (not sure of the accuracy of this statement as it was later told by another family member that Hugh Carter Wilson, father of Texie Thomasson,  left Ireland during the potatoe famine). Arnold went off to war between the states, never heard from again. Arnold was very opinionated, had little to do with others.
..Burial Information: Arnold died in the old Lynchburg College Hospital. Date of burial 31 Aug 1862. Listed as 6x1x19in. First grave in row 4 of  lot 178. Burial: 31 Aug 1862, Old City Cemetary, 401 Taylor St., Lynchburg, Virginia by George Diuguid, undertaker. (Old Cemetery burial records (listed as A.D. Thomerson); Broken Fortunes ( listed as Arnold D. Thomasson) by Randolph W. Kirkland Jr)
Cause of Death: illness or injury obtained during the Civil War
...1920 census information on son,  John Beauregard Thomasson, reports Arnold was born in Georgia.
...Arnold's sister, Susanne (Cromer) named her second child, Jacob Preston. Could 'Preston' be the Arnold's middle name, OR is it Pressley, which is the middle name of James, his son.
...Date: Thu, 8 Jul 2004 13:58:57 -0400
Greetings Ms. Whitesell,
Your great-great-grandfather Arnold Thomasson is definitely buried here, and we appreciate very much your interest in the accuracy and completeness of what we know about him
(admittedly, that's very little).  I've just finished updating our website to reflect the good information you sent in your e-mail.  Here's the link: http://www.gravegarden.org/roster/t.htm
Thomasson is buried in an individual grave (i.e., *not* in a mass grave), but he does not have his own headstone.  However, his name, military unit, and grave number *are* listed on the large marble monument in the pictures I sent Debbie last year.  The monument sits in the center of Lot 178 and lists the names of all 50 men buried there, including Thomasson.
If you have any other questions, or if I need to make any changes to the roster webpage, please let me know.
Thanks again,
Ted Delaney
Archivist & Curator
Old City Cemetery
(or Old Methodist Cemetery)
Lynchburg, Virginia
(434) 847-1465
Fax: (434) 856-2004
Web: http://www.gravegarden.org
E-mail: occ@gravegarden.org
...Bill 47, No. 18 (LDS microfilm #24169)
Henry Calvin Suber (3 years old), John Alfred Suber (born after his father's death), by Gamaliel T. Scott their next friend V. Arnold Thomason, Harriet Thomason, Enoch Suber who is the administrator of George A. Suber.  Bill for partition and Accounting, filed: 9/15/1855, Lawyer: J.M. Baxter/Williams Georga A. Suber died 2/11/1853, intestate, possessed of 85 acres of land. He was survived by his widow, Harriet Suber, who re-married to Arnold Thomason and two sons, Henry Calvin Suber (3 years old), John Alfred Suber (born after his father's death). Enoch Suber was the administrator of the estate of George A. Suber. Enoch Suber did not have the authority to partition the land and petitioned the Court to undertake the burden. The Commissioners sold the land to Andrew Cramer for $1710. (Newberry County, SC Equity records 1845-1867, by Edith Greisser, Member of the Old Newberry District Genealogical Society, printed 2002, USA, pg.96)
Census-1850: 1850, Living in home of Jacob & Anna (Wicker) Setzler, age 19. Occupation - Farmer
Census-1860: 05 Jun 1860, M653_1224, p. 279, line 22. Dwelling #1114, Honoror Thomas, age 30-M, farmer, 1,500-500, place of birth South Carolina
Military service 1: M381 Roll 32: Private, Confederate,Calvalry Battalion Infantry Regiment Holcombe Legion South Carolina, Co. G (Civil War Soldiers System Search Detail, Annals of Newberry, p. 420).
Military service 2: Conscripted January 7, 1862 at Camp Hampton, South Carolina. Present January 7 - February 28, 1862, March and April 1862. Regimintal Return June 22 - July 2, 1862.
Religion: 1845, Member of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Newberry District, South Carolina. Mt. Zion was located on the Broad River, a short distance N of Pomaria, abt. 9 miles from St. Matthew's Church, Pomaria.
Notes for Harriett Suber wife of Arnold P. Thomason:
Harriet married her cousin George Alfred Suber, hince the Suber Suber name.  Their children: Henry Calvin Suber b. September 4, 1851, John A. Suber b. March 3, 1853.
...1870 Agricultural Census - Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, Caldwell Township.
Farm value - $2500, improved land 150, wood land 25, other land 100.
Farm equipment -  $25, mule 1, horse 1, milk cows 4, silk cocoons.
Wages, board - $150, oxen, sheep,  milk sold, tobacco.
Livestock value - $200, wine, swine 5, other cattle 2, peas-beans.
Animals, meat - $60, wool, cotton 3, maple sugar, spring wheat 15.
Forest products - $  , oats, cheese, cane sugar, winter wheat.
Home products - $25, hay 1, butter 25, grass seed, buck wheat.
Farm products - $600, rye, barley, clover seed, Irish potato.
Orchard produce - $  , hops, honey, bees wax, sweet potato 10.
Market gardens - $  , rice, flax, molasses 28, indian corn 80.
...Petition for Guardianship, Solicitor: Baxter, ExParte, William Hatton
Filed April 3, 1858
Henry Calvin Suber (6 years old-Born Sept 5, 1857) and John A. Suber (5 years old-born July 19, 1858) were minors entitled to a distributive share in an estate of their deceased father, George Alfred Suber.  William Hatton peti;tioned the Court to appoint him Guardian of Henry Calvin Suber and John. A. Suber.  Their mother, Harriet Thomason, signed consent to the appointment (Film #24215, Box 29, No. 15. Equity Records 1844-1862 Newberry County, South Carolina, pg. 63,  by Edith Greisser 2003)
More About Harriett Suber: Burial: 1884, Mt. Pleasant Church Cemetery, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
Census-1860: #1114, age 30-F
Census - 1870 1: Caldwell Township - Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina #196, shown as Harriett Thomas, age 37-f-w. Keeping house, RE 600, PP250
Census - 1870 2: Agricultural Census - Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina pg 612
Census - 1880: Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, ED 110, H/H No. 190. Living in this household: Calvin Suber w m 28, farmer; Nancy Jane Suber w f 19 wife; Mary Thomason w f 19 sister; Harriet Thomason w f 48 mother; Beuregard Thomason w m 18 brother.
More About Arnold Thomasson and Harriett Suber: Marriage: Abt. 1853, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
ii. Nancy Caroline Thomasson, born 18 Mar 1833 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died Aft. 1850 in UNKNOWN.
Census 1: 1850, Age 16, living in home of Jacob & Ann Elizabeth (Kinard Dickert) Wicker.  Name on census form shown as Nancy Thomas.
Census 2: 1860, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina #1114, age 20-F. Shown on census as Nancy Thomas, livng with her brother, Arnold & his family.
Religion: New member in 1850 of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Newberry District, South Carolina (SCMAR Vol. IX p. 16).
iii. Susanna Thomasson, born 08 Oct 1835 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 15 Feb 1897 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.  She married (1) Michael Drayton Suber Abt. 1854 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; born Abt. 1836 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 15 Oct 1862 in Staunton,Virginia.  She married (2) Ivy Cromer Abt. 1873 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; born 13 Dec 1824 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 23 May 1899 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.
Burial: Abt. 17 Feb 1897, Lebanon Methodist Church Cemetary, 5 miles NE, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
Census 1: 1850, Age 16, living in home of Simon Peter & Susannah (Cromer) Dickert, M432_856, p. 223, line 26.
Census 2: 01 Jun 1860, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina. M653_1224, line 18, age 25.
Census 3: 07 Jun 1880, Caldwell Township No. 2, Newberry, South Carolina: Croomer, Ivy  56 head, farmer; Susan  44 wife, keeping house; Wm David  21 son; M Ledford  18 son; Catherine  8 dau; John Thomas  5 son; Jacob Preston  2 son. ALL born in SC. Ivy/Susan parents born in SC
Religion: New member in 1850 of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Newberry District, South Carolina (SCMAR Vol. IX p. 16).
More About Michael Drayton Suber: Date born 2: 1836
Census: 01 Jun 1860, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina. M653_1224, line 17,  pg 279. Age 25, laborer.
Military service: Corporal in Cavalry Battalion Infantry Regiment  Holcombe Legion, company G. Died of disease at Staunton, VA while serving.
More About Michael Suber and Susanna Thomasson:
Marriage: Abt. 1854, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
More About Ivy Cromer: Burial: Abt. 25 May 1899, Lebanon Methodist Church Cemetary, 5 miles NE, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
Census 1: Jun 1860, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina,  M653_1224, p. 244, line 28.
Census 2: 07 Jun 1880, Caldwell Township No. 2, Newberry, South Carolina: Croomer, Ivy  56 head, farmer; Susan  44 wife, keeping house; Wm David  21 son; M Ledford  18 son; Catherine  8 dau; John Thomas  5 son; Jacob Preston  2 son. ALL born in SC. Ivy/Susan parents born in SC
Military service: Roll of Company G, Holcombe Legion, SCV. Discharged from prison in New York (Annals of Newberry, p. 419).
More About Ivy Cromer and Susanna Thomasson: Marriage: Abt. 1873, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
iv. Frances Elizabeth Thomasson, born 01 Apr 1838 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died Aft. 1845 in UNKNOWN.

1830 Franklin Co., Georgia census for Michael Dickert shows one male and female of the appropriate age for John & Libby. Could this be them??
1830 Franklin Co., Georgia census - John and Libby may also have been living with George Thomason
1831 August 8 - George (his T mark) Thomason to John W. Thomason. Franklin Co. $100 for 330a on Broad River. Beg. where line crosses Vaughan's Mill Creek, down Slate Creek to beg. Wit. A.E. Whitten, Asa Payne. Rec. 13 Oct. 1831. Habersham LL-10.
1831 Oct. 8 - John W. Thomason to Russell Davis, both of Habersham Co. $130 for 330a on Broad River. Beg. on Vaughan's Mill Cr., N651 to poplar, N 25 E where line crosses old road, down road to stake, then the head hollows of said creek to beg. Wit. Alfred W. Davis, Enoch Brady. Rec. 20 Mar. 1833 Habersham M-274.
1832 April - John W.R. Thomason and Asa York served as jurors in case of William Allen vs James Vaughters. Franklin Co. GA.
1832 Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 22d District, Second Section, Cherokee. John W.R. Thomason, Chandler's, Franklin Co. (Database Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1832).
1835 Franklin GA tax list - John Thomason in Capt. Murry's Dist., no tax.
1838 Georgia Land Lottery
76 22d District, Second Section, Cherokee: John W. R. Thomason, Chandler's Franklin Co.
1840 census - not found.
Namesake?? In the 1820 GA Lottery, Walton County, William R. Thomason received 2 draws; speculation that he was a Revolutionary War soldier. On 9 Mar 1822, a William R. Thomason gave power of attorney to Frederick Baldwin to sell Lot 329 in 3rd Dist. of Earley County. Walton GA C-D-26. William R. Thomason was a resident of former Jackson Co GA per Wayfarers in Walton, by Anita B. Sams.

More About John W. R. Thomason:
Burial: Bet. 1838 - 1850, UNKNOWN
Census: 1830, Franklin Co., Georgia, Roll 17, Book 1, line 14 shows Michael Dickert (Johns father- in- law) as follows: Males under 5 yrs (1), five-10 (1), 10-15 (1), 20-30 (1 , possibly John), 40-60 (1), Females 5 & under (1), 5-10 (2), 15-20 (1, possibly Libby), 30-40
Children: 1845 Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina records show four children: Arnold, Nancy, Susanna, Frances. Records show Arnold as a member in 1845, Nancy & Susan were new members in 1850. No mention of Francis.
Marriage: 14 Feb 1830, Franklin Co., Georgia. Applied for license 10 Feb 1830, Franklin Co. Georgia, Source: Georgia Marriages to 1850

Simon-Peter Dickert, born 23 Sep 1816 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 21 Jun 1868 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina. He married Susannah Cromer 18 Dec 1844 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; born 15 Feb 1816 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 28 Jul 1869 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.
Children of Simon-Peter Dickert and Susannah Cromer are:
i. Melvin Luther Dickert, born 13 Dec 1845 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 08 Aug 1916 in South Carolina.  He married Martha Elizabeth Livingston 09 Dec 1869 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; born 26 Nov 1841 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 25 May 1906 in South Carolina.  Burial: 1916, Dickert-Livingston Graveyard, 5 miles NE, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina Source:: 1992, Dickert History, p. 46
ii. Jacob Lemuel Dickert, born 03 Apr 1847 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 20 Dec 1853 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.  Burial: Cromer Cemetery #1, 4 mi NE Pomaria, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
iii. John Arthur Dickert, born 18 Oct 1848 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 18 Jun 1905 in Smith Co., Texas.  He married Mary Frances Hall Abt. 1893; born 06 Aug 1872. Burial: 1905, Lindale, Smith Co., Texas. Census: 1850, Nby., South Carolina #644.04
iv. Thomas Frederick Dickert, born 15 Nov 1853 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 18 Sep 1933 in Matagorda Co., Texas.  He married Sallie A. S. Glymph 12 Dec 1876 in South Carolina; born 29 Jun 1857 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.
v. Elmira Susannah Dickert, born 02 Jun 1855 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 11 Sep 1874 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.  Age at death: 19y 3m 9d. Burial: Cromer Cemetery #1, 4 mi NE Pomaria, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
vi. Martha Caroline Dickert, born 14 Jul 1855 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 26 Jul 1911 in South Carolina.  She married Henry Middleton Sligh 29 Dec 1887 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; born 18 Apr 1859 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 25 Aug 1943 in South Carolina.  Burial: Rosemont Cemetary, B-1 Section 1, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina along with Henry Middleton Sligh. Nickname: Mattie
vii. Nannie Elizabeth Dickert, born 13 Jun 1859 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 23 Jun 1909 in Newberry County, South Carolina.  She married John Lemuel Sligh Bet. 1888 - 1889; born 04 Jan 1855 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 04 May 1899 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina. Burial: Cromer Graveyard, 4 miles NE, Pomaria, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
Nickname: Lizzie. Marriage Fact: Mary Ann and Elizabeth Dickert were sisters [Source:: 1992, Sligh History, p. 85 & Dickert History, p. 48.]
viii. Mary Ann Dickert, born 24 Sep 1850 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 13 Aug 1887 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.  She married John Lemuel Sligh; born 04 Jan 1855 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 04 May 1899 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina. Burial: Cromer Graveyard #1, 4 mi NE Pomaria, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
Source:: 1992, Sligh History, p. 86 & Dickert History, p. 47. Marriage Fact: Mary Ann and Elizabeth Dickert were sisters [Source:: 1992, Sligh History, p. 85 & Dickert History, p. 48.]
More About Simon-Peter Dickert: Age at death (Facts Pg): "51 yrs 9mos 27 dys, leaving a wife, 7 children and 1 dead". Census: 1850, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M432_856, p. 223, line 21.
Religion: Member of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Newberry District, South Carolina (SCMAR Vol. IX p. 16). Source:: See Dickert History II, p. 21, for additional info on this family
More About Susannah Cromer: Age at death: "52 y 5m 13 d". Burial: Cromer Cemetery #1,4 mi NE Pomaria, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
Census: 1850, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M432_856, p. 223, line 22.



photo's courtesy of Craig Shaw

Anna Katherine Dickert, born 09 Jan 1820 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 03 Apr 1897 in Anderson Co., South Carolina. She married Lewis Cromer Abt. 1840 in South Carolina; born 15 Sep 1809 in Newberry County, South Carolina; died 07 Dec 1882 in Anderson Co., South Carolina.

Notes for Anna Katherine Dickert: Birth year calculation from census info. Her brother was born August 1816 which would make it near impossible for her to be born 1817 as her tombstone states.
More About Anna Katherine Dickert: Burial: Smith Chapel Methodist Church, Anderson Co., South Carolina

Children of Anna Dickert and Lewis Cromer are:
i. Mary M. Cromer, born Abt. 1842 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died in Anderson Co., South Carolina. She married Micajah Bowman Heller; born Apr 1850; died 1939 in Anderson Co., South Carolina. Burial: Smith Chapel Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, Anderson Co., South Carolina. Census: 1850, #1359.03
ii. Ezra Cromer, born 09 Apr 1847 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died in South Carolina. Census: 1850, #1359.04
iii. Nancy A. Cromer, born Abt. 1849 in South Carolina; died in South Carolina. Census: 1850, #1359.05. Nickname: Nan
iv. Edrew Cromer, born 01 Sep 1853 in South Carolina; died 28 Oct 1930 in Anderson Co., South Carolina. Burial: Smith Chapel Methodist Church, Lot # 63, Anderson Co., South Carolina
v. Jacob Jasper Cromer, born Abt. 1854 in South Carolina; died in South Carolina. Nickname: Jake
vi. Hezekiah C. Cromer, born Abt. 1856 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died in South Carolina. Census: 1860, 4 years old. Nickname: Kier
vii. Ellen Rebecca Cromer, born 25 Dec 1861 in Anderson Co., South Carolina; died 18 Oct 1934 in Anderson, South Carolina. She married Doctor Silas Roderick Heller Bef. 1912 in South Carolina; born 24 Dec 1855 in South Carolina; died 29 Jun 1914 in Anderson, South Carolina. Burial: Smith Chapel Methodist Church, Anderson Co., South Carolina
viii. Lewis Cromer, born 15 Nov 1862 in Anderson Co., South Carolina; died in South Carolina.

Christina Dickert, born Abt. 1821 in Newberry County, South Carolina; died Abt. 1875 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina. She married Ephriam Wicker Abt. 1846; son of Daniel Wicker and Mary Cromer. He was born Abt. 1819, and died Dec 1886. Burial: Wicker Cemetery #1. Census 1: 1850, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, #0630; Census 2: 05 Jun 1860, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M654_1224, p. 267, line 37.
More About Ephriam Wicker: Census 1: 1850, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, #0630
Census 2: 05 Jun 1860, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M653_1224, p. 276, line36.
Children of Christina Dickert and Ephriam Wicker are:
i. William Calvin Wicker, born 08 Aug 1847; died 04 Feb 1915. Parents: William possible s/o Christine & first husband who was a b/o Ephriam Wicker as 1880 census show Ephraim as uncle of William Calvin Wicker (Hist & Gen Peter Dickert, #56, p 69)
ii. Lizzie T. Wicker, born Abt. 1852.
iii. Nancy D. Wicker, born Abt. 1855. Census: 1850, #1359.01. Nickname: Annie Kate

Jacob Lemuel Dickert, born Abt. 1826 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died Aft. 1897 in Anderson Co., South Carolina. He married (1) Martha Jane (--?--). She was born Abt. 1824 in South Carolina. He married (2) Nancy E. Suber Abt. 1850, daughter of John Suber and Mary (--?--). She was born Abt. 1824 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, and died Bef. Jun 1897 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.  Census 1: 07 Jul 1870, Newberry, Caldwell Township, South Carolina. M590_1504, p. 471, line 29. Age 47, farmer. Moved to Anderson Co. after 1870 census was taken
Census 2: 1850, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M432_856, p. 223, line 18. Census 3: Jun 1860, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M653_1224, p. 279. Lines 32 - 38.
More About Nancy E. Suber: Census 1: 07 Jul 1870, Newberry, Caldwell Township, South Carolina. M593_1504, pg 471, line 30. Keeping house, cannot read/write. Census 2: 1850, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M432_856, p. 223, line 19.
Children of Jacob Dickert and Nancy Suber are:
i. Mary Ann Elizabeth Dickert, born 11 Oct 1851 in Newberry County, South Carolina; died 15 Jun 1893 in Anderson Co., South Carolina. Burial: Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery, Anderson Co., South Carolina. Census: 07 Jul 1870, Newberry, Caldwell Township, South Carolina. Listed as M.A.E., age 19, cannot read. Marriage Fact: Married William Malone Feltman b 2 Oct 1837 Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, died 20 Nov 1916 (source: Rootsweb USGenweb)
ii. James Mathias Dickert, born Nov 1855. Census: 07 Jul 1870, Newberry, Caldwell Township, South Carolina. Listed as Jas. M., age 16, attended school, cannot read/write. Marriage Fact: Jessie Ann Harrison b. Abt 1860
iii. Cornelia Dickert, born Abt. 1857; died Bet. 1860 - 1870 in Newberry Co. South Carolina.

Ann Dickert, born Abt. 1828 in South Carolina; died in South Carolina. She married Hilliard Bishop; died 13 Jul 1881 in Jalapa, South Carolina.
Notes for Ann Dickert contributed by Terry Gladfelter
Hilliard J. Bishop married 1st Annie Dickert according to their son's death certificate. (Charles Bluford Bishop #09975-SC Archives) Annie is d/o Michael Dickert III and Anna Mary Wicker. Annie is on the 1850 Newberry census at 22 years in the HH of her aunt and uncle-Jacob Setzler. She died after Vic(toria?) was born between 1870 and 1875.
Hilliard J. Bishop married 2nd Frances (Fannie) Susannah Mardis. (Death certificate # 15015 SC Archives)
Parents were H.A. and Annie Mardis. She was 84 at death. ( 18 Sept 1849 - 2 Oct 1933 ) Buried at Greenlawn Memorial in Spartanburg . It is confirmed by her obit in the Spartanburg Journal that Samuel J. was her son and Hattie and Ida were her daughters. See Samuel J. below.

My great great grandfather. Of all my ancestors, I know the least of Hilliard and his family. We have been unable to find where he's buried or his correct birth date. He died 13 July 1881 near Jalapa as stated in a newspaper article. He had moved from Cromers Township to Reeders Township . The grandchildren knew more about the Jones side of their heritage than the Bishop side. The only thing any of them could remember was his having referred at times to "Papa Joe". He could as well be a grandson as a son of Joseph Bishop. His parentage is conjecture by researchers including me! Most in Newberry began the tradition that Hilliard was a last child of Joseph Bishop and Nancy. It is said that Joseph married first a Hutchison girl d/o Wm. Hutchison Sr. and Mary Buchannan. This conclusion was reached because Joseph is a legatee on Wm. Sr.'s will with Jacob Felker, Jr. and Joseph Lake . These two men we know for certain married Hutchison girls. Joseph's share was equal to the 2 men who had married Hutchison daughters. No name for Joseph Bishop's Hutchison wife has been found.

Now the researchers keyed in on the 1820 census where Nancy "Tut" or Teet was next door. 1830 she has disappeared. The question is did Joseph marry her? Who was she? In 1835 estate papers of Joseph there was no Nancy Bishop. On the inventory of estate sale, there was no widow specified. In 1850 Nancy Bishop was living next door to the Felkers and Hilliard. 1860 Nancy Bishop is in the HH of Jacob and Thana Felker at 53 years.. Nancy would have been approx. 20 years old at Hilliard's birth. The estate papers show a Thana Bishop. I asked if this could be Joseph's cousin, Thana Mayfield, before I knew what happened to Thana Mayfield (married a Reeves). At the time it was thought Thana Bishop w/o Joseph Bishop, Sr.) in Granville Co. NC was a Hutchinson before marriage to Joseph Bishop Sr. of Granville NC, Fairfield SC, Edgefield SC.

Now I ask you if Thana Bishop of Joseph's 1835 Newberry County , SC estate papers could be the Hutchison girl Joseph first married? From 1850 census she was born c1797/1798. Wm Hutchison died 1806. I say "No". She would have been only 6/10 when William Hutchison died so precludes Joseph marrying her in time to be in the Hutchison will. However, this Thana on the estate papers would have been of the right age to marry a son of Joseph or to be Joseph's daughter.

Notes: 1)We also must not forget that Jacob Felker Sr. freed his slave "Nance". 2) Why did Joseph sell his homeplace by installment to Felker in 1828 that early? 3) Was he in poor health, planning to move? Did Joseph die somewhere else? We do not know a death date for him or where he is buried. 4) H. J. Bishop was selected a Petit Juror for the September term, Newberry Herald, 8/22/1877 , page 3. Is this Hilliard or Henry?
1850 Census
HH# 1398
Jacob E. Felker 66 farmer
Thana Felker 53
Hillard Bishop 20 farmer b. c 1830
Neighbors were Nancy Bishop, Peter Felker, Suber, Lake Deriker (black), Moore , and Bush
Is this the land sold to him by Joseph Bishop in 1829 by installments?

1860 Census Newberry District Page 280-A
HH# 1120
Jacob Felker 75 farmer
Thancy Felker 62
Nancy Bishop 53
Neighbors were Cromer, Peter Felker, Heller, Suber and Sligh.

1860 Census Newberry District Page 267-B 1 June 1860
HH# 923
Hilliard Bishop 33 overseer b. c1827
Ann 30 b. c 1830
Osborn 6 twin
James 6 twin
Lizzie 4
Lizzie is Elizabeth . Boys were not listed as twins on the 1870. Neighbors were Lake , Cannon, Wicker, Suber, Glymph and Wicker. Hilliard was probably overseer for either Lemuel Glymph 65, Jabez Lake 52, or David Wicker Sr 65

1870 Census Cromers Township Newberry County , SC , 1 August 1870 , Liberty Hall, page 6, line 26
HH# 1038
Hilliard Bishop 36 farm laborer b.c1834
Ann 36 b. c 1834
Osborn 20 farm laborer
James 16 farm laborer.
Elizabeth 14
Bluford 7
Bryton 3
Infant 3 m. female
Neighbors were Cromers and Swindles. Bryton O'Berta's tombstone reads Byron Oberta.

1880 Census Reeders Township , 2 June 1880 , William Rice Enumerator, Page 10 of
District HH# 91/109
Hilliard J. Bishop 48 farmer SC SC SC b. c 1832
Frances S. 29 wife SC SC SC
C. Bluford 16 son
Birum C. 13 dau
Vic? 10 dau
Samuel J. 4 son
Hettie A. 2 dau
Ida E. 11/12 mo. b. June dau

Children of Hilliard and Ann Dickert Bishop

1: OSBORNE J. BISHOP was born January 30, 1853 in Newberry , SC and died November 21, 1905 in Newberry. He is buried at Tabernacle. He married second Nannie E. Jones d/o Samuel Jones and Frances Jones. She was born January 12, 1853 and died October 9, 1924 in Newberry. She is buried at Tabernacle.
(death certificate #18473 - Nancy Eleanor Jones-Nannie E. Jones d/o Sammie Jones and Frances Eleanor Jones) He actually called himself John Osborne. He was first married to Nancy E. Elizabeth Mardis d/o Henry and Annie Mardis (parents on tombstone.) Nancy was born 1/2/1842 and died 9/10/1877 . She is buried at Tabernacle Methodist in Newberry. Note: Second wife of Hilliard, Frances Mardis, had parents listed on death certificate as H.A. and Annie Mardis. So could father and son have married sisters?
2: JAMES BISHOP was born c1853/1854 and Osborne's twin? 1860 census showed Osborne and James as twins. 1870 showed Osborne at 20 and James at 16. Did one twin die and another son named James? Or was census wrong? (There is a James Allen Bishop buried at Rosemont born 1853.)
3: ELIZABETH (Jennie) BISHOP was born 1856. Notice 8 years between this child and next one. Here I thought Hilliard may have been in a civil war unit. I did find an H. J. Bishop assigned to the 7th State Reserves for 90 days 1862/63 but he was marked " never showed". On the 1880 census a couple of houses
from Hilliard and Frances is Munson M. Buford. In this HH is an Elizabeth Bishop wf servant. This could be Elizabeth (Jennie). Hilliard and Munson were arrested in 1872 in Newberry for Klan activity. Both were taken to Columbia . Munson was tried but not Hilliard.
4: C. BLUFORD BISHOP (Charles) was born January 15, 1864 in Newberry , SC and died September 10, 1945 in Newberry. Buried Trinity United Methodist Church . He married Minnie Elizabeth Pitts. She was born February 14, 1876 in Newberry County , SC and died April 1, 1960 in Newberry. Buried Trinity United Methodist church in Newberry. From Tom Steele….Charles Bluford and Minnie went to Hot Springs , Arkansas around 1900 to seek help for his heart problem. They had a young daughter to die there.
The family thinks her name was Bessie (Elizabeth?). Returned to Newberry.
Note: 1) Bluford Bishop and family have left Newberry to live in Arkansas . Newberry Observer, 8/17/1893 . 2) Death Certificate #09975
5: BYRON O'BERTA BISHOP was born August 27, 1868 and died November 23, 1913 in Newberry. She
is buried at West End Cemetery . She married Thomas Drayton Jones, s/o Samuel Jones and Frances Jones.
He was born February 2, 1851 in Laurens County , SC and died August 8, 1927 in Newberry , SC. He is buried at West End Cemetery . Byron and Osborne married Jones' brother and sister. This couple named their first son Samuel Jarrad Lewis Jones. There is no one in the Jones family named Jarrad. So could this be the middle name of Hilliard J. Bishop?
6: VICTORIA BISHOP Very hard to read the three letters of her name on the census but appeared to be Vic. She was born c1870. Here you have 6 years between children. Is this where new wife Frances came in? Yes. Jennifer has a photo with name written "Aunt Vic". I have asked for a copy. Victoria could have moved to Spartanburg with her step mother after Hilliard died.
7: SAMUEL J. BISHOP was born 6 Dec 1876 and died 26 July 1958 at 81 years and buried Greenlawn Memorial in Spartanburg . His wedding picture has name as Samuel Joseph but his tombstone is Samuel Josiah. He was married first to Louise Woodfin and had 6 children and second to Alta Callicott and had by her a son Joseph Roy Sr. and a daughter Betty who married a Hyder. He was an inventor in the textile industry, retired from Saxon Mills, wrote hymns, directed the Wofford College Band, a Mason of Lodge 236, member Second Presbyterian church but he did direct the choir at the Methodist church. His mother Frances Mardis lived with him the last few years of her life. His obit states he was of Newberry but moved to Spartanburg at 8 years after the death of his father, Hilliard. His sisters are listed as Mrs. Robert Huskey of Whitney and Mrs. T.M. Cato of Charlotte . This is the great uncle both my mother and aunt remember when they were little girls. Even my great aunt Myrtle Outz Jones w/o Johnnie Osborne Jones s/o Byron Oberta and Thomas Drayton Jones remembered him. All three said he moved to Spartanburg . Mother was born in 1921 and my aunt in 1928. They used to ride with their Uncle Johnnie Osborne Jones to visit Samuel J. Bishop. They recognized him in a photo sent by Jennifer Bishop. All info from obits and death certificates.
1930 Census, Saxon Mill, Spartanburg, Sheet 1-A, Enumeration District 42-64, page 158, line 49, Family 5, 10, 10
Samuel J. Bishop head 52 MW, married, cotton mill, not a veteran, SC -SC- NC
Alta Callicott wife 54 FW SC-SC-SC
Ida E. dau. 30 FW, single, high school teacher SC-SC-SC
Roy J. son 27 MW, single bank clerk SC-SC-SC
Elizabeth J. dau 39 FW, single (It could be Virginia and a word later which could be adopted or invalid.)
Fannie M. mother 80 FW, widow SC-SC-SC Samuel has mother b. NC but by her name is SC-SC-SC
8: HATTIE A. BISHOP was born c1878 m. Robert Huskey or T.M. Cato
9: IDA E. BISHOP was born c1879. m. Robert Huskey or T.M. Cato

*******New Information on Hilliard.
Hilliard's first wife was listed on Charles Bluford's death certificate. His mother was plainly written Annie Dickert, she is d/o Michael Dickert III and Anna Mary Wicker. This Dickert family can be followed in Yancey Dickert's book back to the emigrant Peter Dickert. Annie was on the 1850 census at 22 years in the HH of her aunt and uncle, Jacob and Ann Setzler. Anna Mary Wicker d/o John Adam Wicker. Follow this family in Eleanor Wicker's book. Note: Joseph Bishop sells 54 acres to John A. Wicker in 1830.
Hilliard's second wife was Frances Susannah (Fannie) Mardis from Samuel J.'s death certificate and Fannie's death certificate states she was d/o H. A. Mardis . Fannie's obit does list only Samuel J. as son and Mrs. Robert Huskey of Whitney and Mrs. T.M. Cato of Charlotte as daughters. Note: John Osborne's first wife was Nancy E. Elizabeth d/o Henry and Annie Mardis.
There is still the span of years unaccounted for between births of known children from 1856 to 1864. Did other children die/ the war years? No civil war record for Hilliard has been found.

Newberry paper - April 2, 1872. Hilliard arrested in the clan sweep. Munro M. Beaufort also arrested and sent to Charleston . Not clear but looks like they classified M.M. Beaufort from Clinton .

More About Ann Dickert:
Census: 1850, # 1328-09 - Living in home of Jacob and Ann (Wicker) Setzler, age 22, niece of Ann (Wicker) Setzler.

Jesse Cornelius Dickert, born 08 Jul 1828 in South Carolina; died 14 May 1877 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina. He married Nancy Caroline Setzler Bef. 1854 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; born 25 Nov 1835 in South Carolina; died 11 Apr 1929 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.  He is Bured at  Beth Eden Lutheran Church Cemetery, 6 miles N, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina. Served with Kinards Company,Company F, Twentieth Regt., South Carolina Volunteers. Was a member of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Newberry District, South Carolina (SCMAR Vol. IX p. 16).
Nancy Caroline Setzler applied for a pension dated 1920/02/24.  She is also buried at  Beth Eden Lutheran Church Cemetery.
Children of Jesse Dickert and Nancy Setzler are:
i. Arthur Hargrove Dickert, born 31 Oct 1854 in South Carolina; died 16 Oct 1928 in South Carolina.  He married Willie Ann Ringer; born 20 Oct 1855 in South Carolina; died 18 Nov 1901 in South Carolina.
ii. Sally Elizabeth Dickert, born 31 Oct 1858 in South Carolina; died 18 Jan 1901 in South Carolina.  She married Jacob Emanuel Cromer.
iii. George Albert Dickert, born 02 Aug 1861 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 12 Apr 1931 in South Carolina.  He married (1) Blanche Estelle Cannon; born 15 Oct 1861 in South Carolina; died 26 Apr 1887 in South Carolina.  He married (2) Rodella Horton; born Dec 1869 in South Carolina; died 30 Oct 1946 in South Carolina. Burial: Rosemont Cemetary, A-6, section 5, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
iv. Ellie Catherine Dickert, born 22 Aug 1862 in South Carolina; died 24 Aug 1882 in South Carolina.
v. Jacob Lemuel Dickert, born 02 Jan 1865 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina; died 11 May 1956 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.  He married (1) Effie R. Counts; born 01 Apr 1869; died 01 Feb 1932 in Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina.  He married (2) Annie Suber; born 30 Jun 1877 in South Carolina; died 25 Aug 1968 in South Carolina. Burial: Rosemont Cemetary, A-5, Section 3, 
vi. Newton Calvin Dickert, born 27 Aug 1867 in South Carolina; died 13 Nov 1937 in South Carolina.  He married Sallie Dickert; born 20 Oct 1870 in South Carolina; died 21 Jan 1949 in South Carolina.
vii. William Thaddeus Dickert, born 18 Apr 1869 in South Carolina; died 02 May 1912 in South Carolina.  He married Ida Blanche Wicker; born 28 Aug 1880 in South Carolina; died 21 Dec 1927 in South Carolina.
viii. Mary Anna Dickert, born 23 Mar 1871 in South Carolina; died 17 Jul 1949 in South Carolina.  She married David Newton Livingston; born 03 Jul 1872 in South Carolina; died 22 Aug 1943 in South Carolina.
ix. John Henry Dickert, born 20 Dec 1874 in South Carolina; died 15 Nov 1965 in South Carolina.  He married Leila R. Garrett; born 27 Dec 1882 in South Carolina; died 24 Oct 1933 in South Carolina.

Michael IV Dickert, born Abt. 1831 in South Carolina; died in South Carolina.
Census 1: 1860, Living with brother, Jacob Lemuel Dickert (Nby Census #1116).
Census 2: 07 Jul 1870, Newberry, Caldwell Township, South Carolina. Line 36, age 39, reported as 'idiotic' under descriptive line #18.
Religion: Member of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Newberry District, South Carolina (SCMAR Vol. IX p. 16).
Residence: 1880, Lemuel Dickert in Anderson Co. SC near their other brother, Marion Dickert. (History & Gen Peter Dickert, #56 p69).

Marion Dickert, born Abt. 1832 in South Carolina; died in South Carolina. He married (1) Ellen (--?--). He married (2) Lavenia Ellen Cromer; born Abt. 1834.
Census: 15 Aug 1870, Newberry, Hellers Township, South Carolina. M593_1504, line 17. Age 38, living with Lavenia, age 36.
Military service: M381 Roll 9: Private, Confederate, Infantry Regiment Holcombe Legion South Carolina, Company G.Discharged disabled (Annals of Newberry, p.419)
Religion: Member of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Newberry District, South Carolina (SCMAR Vol. IX p. 16).

Lavinia Dickert, born Abt. 1836 in South Carolina; died in South Carolina.
Lavinia Dickert: Census: 1850, Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina, M432_856, p. 223, line 28, age 14.

 

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