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History of Brick Church and the Clapp family

Whitsett, William Thornton

History of Brick Church and the Clapp family

by Whitsett, William Thornton

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Published by Harrison Print. Co. in Greensboro, N.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby William Thornton Whitsett.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 86/6184 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2281807M
LC Control Number86146809

John Henry CLAPP was a Captain in the War of He was a scholar who could read and write both English and German (unusual at that time). The above information came from the Albright/Clapp/Burk book by Joseph H. Vance. Ludwig's father was one of the founders of Brick Church in what is . Clapp, or Clap, is an English surname, most commonly found in the West Country and in the United States. The word signifies rough ground, or a small hill. Some men who brought the surname "Clapp" to America include: Captain Roger Clapp, who came to the New World on the ship Mary and John, which landed at Nantasket (now Hull, Massachusetts), on

  It's all about family. FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. Brick Church, Guilford, North Carolina, United States. No Image Available. Will of Barney Clapp Book F pp Orange Co NC. Family Members. SPOUSES AND CHILDREN. William Ferguson. Marriage: Aft Spouse: William Ferguson. A memorial service will be conducted at Brick Reformed United Church of Christ on Sunday, June 3, at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Kristin Gerner Vaughn and the Rev. Bobby Bonds. A private graveside service will be held in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Old Brick Church on Friday, June 1, from to 9 p.m.

Brick Church Pictures, Guilford County, NC: Card Catalog Family Information, May Memorial Library, Burlington, Alamance Co., NC "Centennial History Of Alamance County" (Complete Book) David McClure article on NCGenWeb site Dr. George Welker's Sermon of J Elizabeth Baldridge, Anne Roney and Rachel Holt Bastardy Bonds. Brick Church is a New Jersey Transit station in East Orange, Essex County, New Jersey, United States, along the Morris and Essex e is available from this station east to Hoboken Terminal, New York Penn Station and west to Dover and Hackettstown.. There are two transit lines that service this station which are the Morris & Essex Gladstone and Morris & Essex on: Brick Church Plaza, East Orange, New Jersey.


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28 p. incl. 23 cm. Series: Whitsett historical monographs, no. History of Brick church and the Clapp family, by William Thornton Whitsett.

Rich in History These ancient church records of Der Klapp Kirche, the Clapp church, and later known as Brick church contain scores of entries of this Clapp family, as sponsers at baptisms, as parties in mar- riages, at births, at deaths, and at all the services usual in the early churches. Get this from a library.

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History of Brick church and the Clapp family, (Whitsett historical monographs)Author: William Thornton Whitsett. History of Brick Church and the Clapp family by Whitsett, William Thornton,Harrison Print.

edition, in EnglishWritten: The Clapp family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Clapp History of Brick Church and the Clapp family book were found in the USA in In there were Clapp families living in Massachusetts.

This was about 43% of all the recorded Clapp's in the USA. Massachusetts had the highest population of Clapp families in Brick Church. The actual beginning of the church dates back to the mid 's when George Valentine Clapp, and later his brother John Ludwig Clapp, came to the Beaver Creek area of North Carolina from Pennsylvania.

The church was a German Reformed Church. The name of. Brick Church note: he lies hard by the eastern middle of the church wall. His body probably lies not far from the SE corner of the church. 9 p. Oct. 12, 4 5. Anna Barbara (nee Stiess) Clapp d. Octo and is also buried at the Brick Church, near Whitsett, North Carolina.

Find-A-Grave She was born ~ (). Old Brick Church background and history. Includes Old Brick Church in Whitsett, North Carolina maps, description, photos and more.

Long known as the “Clapp Church,” the German Reformed congregation was established by George and Ludwig Clapp on Beaver Creek in the mid-eighteenth century. The first minister to serve the congregation was. History of Brick church and the Clapp family (Source: Internet Archive) NH.

Grafton. Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. Clapp, Hanover (Source: Post Card Library) Sullivan. Biography of Horace Hamilton Clapp (Source: USGenWeb Georgia Archives) NJ. Essex. CompleteListofPastors,BrickChurch Suther n Loretz iffenbach Loretz dy rd er. According to The History of Brick Church pagesGeorge Valentine Clapp () was married to Mary Albright.

It was his son, George Valentine Clapp () that was married to Elizabeth Albright (). Gravesite Details Church Records: Valentine Clapp died. Record of George Clapp is found in vol. 7- P.North Carolina Col. Records. Vol. 8- P. North Carolina, Col Records: Page 15 History of Brick Church and Clapp family--Whitsett.

References for Generations- 1. History of Brick Church of Clapp Family, Whitsett- page 5,7,8,16 2. Upcoming Clapp Family Reunions. One key to a successful Clapp reunion is preparation, and for the family researcher that means getting the word out in advance on what to bring (such as the family photo collection); arranging for the display of shared information; and planning activities conducive to sharing; and one of the best ways to get others to participate is in bringing something of your.

Clapp is a name of Anglo-Saxon origin and came from Osgoode Clapa (d. ), a nobleman of Danish origin, who served King Harthacanute () and Edward the Confessor. Another possible origin of the surname Clapp may be that it derived from the Old English word clop which meant "lump," or "hill." As such, it may have been a nickname for someone who was large or ungainly.

Although this beautiful old brick church now stands alone on the old King's highway among the oaks and pines of the forest, it was once the center of a busy and prosperous community.

North and south along the Santee River were rich rice plantations, shipping rice in large casks from their wharves to Charleston to be sent on to England, Holland. History of the Brick church and the Clapp family Family History Library Men's minutes, (Society of Friends.

Deep River Monthly Meeting (North Carolina)) Family History Library New Garden Friends meeting: the Christian people called Quakers Family History Library Original church book, Brick German Reformed Church WorldCat.

Brick Wall Tips & Solutions [ Top]. Articles. Brick Walls from A to Z: a clever list of 26 strategies to help including developing a biography, chronology or thinking of extended family Brick Wall Research Tips: think creatively, be a detective, use a checklist for each generation, and much more Using Collateral Lines is a valuable way to solve brick wall genealogy problems.The Clapp memorial: record of the Clapp family in America, containing sketches of the original six emigrants, and a genealogy of their descendants bearing the name, with a supplement, and the proceedings at two family meetings.

Boston: David Clapp, The Clapp Memorial: Record of the Clapp Family in America: Containing Sketches of the Original Six Emigrants, and a Genealogy of Their Descendants Bearing the Name: with a Supplement and the Proceedings at Two Family Meetings: Author: Ebenezer Clapp: Publisher: David Clapp & Son, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Jun.