He is married to Ruth Brewton Pinkney in the year 1773 at Charleston,charleston,sc, he was 36 years old.
From " Hall of Records, Charleston, South Carolina". Book Q4, page 26. Called otherwise Mesne Conveyance Office. Meaning conveyance between living persons.
Jabesh Frink to David Hewitt
South Carolina - Craven County
Date: 3 Dec 1767
Tract of land granted to Coll. Williams Waites in 1736 sold by said Wait to "My Father Nicholas Frink" now dead and by his last will and testament bequeathed to me and to my brother Epraim Frink, to be equally divided.
This indenture made 3 Dec 1767 between Jabesh Frink of the Parish of All Saints in the County of Craven, Carpenter, with the consent of Nathan Frink and Ephraim Frink "my elder brothers" and also with the consent of "my nephew" John Frink, son of my deceased brother John Frink. For 20 pounds current money of the province aforesaid, 200 acres, being the half of the aformentioned tract of 400 acres and the Northernmost part adjoining the Province line being Ephraim Frink's half bequeathed by my father and sold and conveyed to Edward Wingate Sr 4 Aug 1750. The remaining southernmost part I hereby convey to David Hewitt.....
Signed & Sealed & Delivered Jabesh Frink (L.S.)
In the Presence of us Nathan Frink (L. S.)
Martha Frink John Frink
Rec'd from David Hewitt the Sum of Twenty Pounds lawful money of South Carolina being the consideration within mentioned..I Say received by me Jabesh Frink.
South Carolina, Georgetown District
Personally came before me Dennis Hankins one of his Majestys Justice in the sd. district, Thomas Frink and made
oath the he with Martha Frink signed as Witnesses the INSTRUMENT an he saw Jabesh Frin Sign Seal & Deliver the same fore the use within mentioned.
Sworn this 2 of November 1774 before me Dennis Hankins.
Received & Examined this the 17th Day of February 1775.
This is proof that Jabesh Frink is the son of Nicholas Frink
Revolutionary War file AA-2591, SC Dept of Archives and History, Columbia SC indicates a claim for his service in the SC militia under Gen. Francis Marion and Col. Peter Horry. The claim was allowed.
From "Stub Entried to Indents issued in payment of Claims Against south Carolina growing out of the Revolution"
No. 141 Z
Pursuant to an Act of General Assembly passed the 16th Mar 1783
Issued 20th February 1787 to Jabesh Frink for Five pounds 9/4 Sterling for Militia Duty as passed by the Commissioners.
Principal £ 5..9..4
Annual Interest £ 0..7..7
This indent was given by Ruth Frink to James Smith Junior and by James Smith Junior to Bryant Gause.
"We Ruth Frink, James Smith Junior and Bryan Gause hereby assign over our right and title of the within indent with all the interest htereon due or may hereafter become due to James Cockran, his heirs, executors Administrators or assings and to their proper use forever hhaving received full and ample compensation for the same:
given under hand this 19 Apr 1790".
Ruth Frink, Executrix
Per Linda Mans, 1 May 2000: His burial date was Feb 26, 1787 in unknown location. Coould that have been 1781?
Per B. Otis Prince "The Southern Frinks" there is a letter from John Lay of Oliphic, NC to J. Austin Best of Augusta, GA date 29 Nov 1929. Lay writes that "... He (Thomas Frink) lived on a plantation on Pireway Road .. married Rebecca Gore and had two children. ... He had no brothers or sisters. His father died during the Revolutionary War".
From "Vicky's Genealogy" database on Rootsweb WorldConnect submitted by Vicky Hammond
!NOTE: More information about the Frink family (CT to SC 1735) in "The Descendants of Joshua Gore" by B. Otis Prince; also "The Southern Frinks" by B. Otis Prince per Janet Woodard
!SOURCE: "Ancestry of John Dillard Bellamy" by Janet H. Woodard 1983
!BIRTH: Born Craven Co SC, now Horry Co SC
!DEATH: Died in Rev War
!RESIDENCE: Lived Prince George Parish, Georgetown Dist. SC. May also have lived in Charleston, as he married there
!JURY: Was on jury list 1778-79 in Prince George Parish