John Hinnant Faulk
± 1791-< 1832
John Lency Faulk
Il avait une relation avec Martha Ludlum
John Lency Faulk was born in 1824 in Columbus County, North Carolina. He married Martha Ludlum who was born in September, 1826 in Brunswick County, North Carolina and died circa 1910 at Bug Hill, Columbus County, North Carolina.
He served in company K, 31st North Carolina Infantry, CAS.
Enlisted: 20 May 1863 as a Private, age 39
Absent: 1 March 1864
Returned: 30 Apr 1864
Absent, without leave on 15 November 1864
References are: Columbus county, North Carolina census' 1850, page 64 637-640; 1870 page 184; 1880, page 32 136-137, 142-143, and 152-153. Charles Hobson Faulk at age 81 in 1979 remembered this family extremely well and supplied much personal data.
From Johnny Charles Faulk. E-mail: (XXXXX@XXXX.XXX)
1850 Columbus Co., Nc census 637/640
John L. Faulk 26, farmer, RE $250, b. NC
Martha, 22, wife
Thomas D., 4,; John W., 2; Joseph F., 1.
1860 Census Columbus Co, NC: #0532
John L. Faulk, 37, m, Farmer NC, Co. K, 31st Infantry
Martha 34, f, Brunswick City, NC
Thomas D Faulk. 14, m. Student, NC, Co C. 18th Regt.
John W Faulk, 12, m, Student, NC
J.F. Faulk, 10, m, Student, NC
Mary F. Faulk, 8, f, Student, NC
Sarah Faulk, 7, f, Student, NC
Solomon Faulk, 6, m, Student, NC
Asa Faulk, 1, m, NC
Rachel Long, 12, f, NC
Jas. P. Long 6, m, NC
J. Q. Long, 4, m, NC
1860 Columbus Co., NC Slaveholders:
John L. Faulk, 1 female
Columbus County, North Carolina
Abstracts of Deeds - 1829 - 1840 BooK E & F
11 Oct 1836
Land Grant to John L. Faulk, 100 A. adj. JOHN FAULK, Ent. 11 Oct 1836; Pat. 20 Dec 1838 (F-401)
NOTE: John L. and his brother Joseph received the land grants on the same day and they were patented on the same day.
QUESTION: Is it possible to receive a Land Grant as a minor or was this their father's estate? Answ. Father's estate.
J-533 James West to John L.Faulk, 8 Mar 1845;$50,100 A., adj John H.Faulk, thepublic road,& McKay. Wit: Jonathan G. Faulk & Joseph Faulk. May Term 1849J-536 James West to John L.Faulk, 7 Mar 1845; $200,100 A., below theImprovement whereon Henry Long did live. Wit: Jonathan G. Faulk & JosephFaulk. May Term 1849
Q 192 Joseph to Jonathan G Faulk looks like Joseph is selling out at this point already in SC
Q 205 Joseph to John Lency
Q 206 Jonathan G. Faulk to James H. Faulk
Q 207 William Randall to Jonathan G. Faulk