Attention: Avait moins de 16 ans (14) lors de la naissance (??-????-1845) de l'enfant (Molsey Faulk).
John Hinnant Faulk
± 1791-< 1832
James Hynard Faulk
Eliza Jane Brunson
Il avait une relation avec Eliza Jane Brunson
James Hynard Faulk was born in 1832 in North Carolina, possibly in Robeson county. He married Eliza Jane Brunson. She was born in 1833 in South Carolina and is the daughter of John Bruson and Rachel ________. The source of much of this family data comes from Mrs. Allie Faulk Miller, a granddaughter of James and Eliza. Another granddaughter, Pauline Faulk Page, said that her mother, Annie Johnson Faulk used to talk about how the family would go visit Hynard and Eliza who lived about six miles below Green Sea and about the good times they had. Transportation was limited so they never visited much. Minnie Faulk Powers, another granddd\aughter, never saw her grandfather, bud did see her grandmother while small.
References are: Horry Co.,,South Carolina census; 1850 page 4 52-52; 1860, page 10 125-125; 1870, page 122 762-763, and page 37 77-77; and 1800 Bayboro Township; letters from mrs Allie Faulk Miller of Lakeview, South Carolina in 1977 and Mr. and Mrs. James Ricky Faulk of Mebane, North Carolina in 1977.
1860 Kingston Parish,Horry Co., SC census [M653 -1221] pg 9 Dwelling/Family #125/125
L. H. Faulk, 29, farmer
Eliza J., 28,
Rachel P., 10,
John S., 5
1870 Simpson Creek, Horry Co.,SC census, pg 101 Dwelling/Family 162/163, enumerated 19 Aug 1870
Faulk, James (Hynard) 38, m, w, Farmer, RE $360 Pers. Prop $400, NC
Eliza Jane, 37, f, w, SC
Molsey, 25, f, w, SC
John J., 14, m, w, SC
1880 United States Census
Census Place Bayboro, Horry, South Carolina
Family History Library Film 1255231
NA Film Number T9-1231
Page Number 210A
James H. FAULK Self M Male W 50 NC Works In Grist Mill NC NC
Eliza J. FAULK Wife M Female W 50 SC Keeping House SC SC
James J. FAULK Son S Male W 11 SC Works In Grist Mill NC SC
Deed Q 206, 16 Jan 1855 James H. Faulks sells Jonathan G Faulk all his rights to the John H. Faulk lands for 350.00 witnessed William R, John Lency, Joseph Faulk, all four of them in this deed.....signed by James H. Faulk of SC
Above is the documented proof that James Hynard was a son of John H. Faulk and Priscilla Gore.
Military:A Confederate Soldier, Co. F, 7th SC Cavalry, 1 of 4 Confederate brothers.
CONFLICT: Burial Place:Burial: Grainger Cemetery Horry County South Carolina, USA
Excerpt from " Who was Eliza Todd Faulk" by Walter H. Schramm (copyright 1996):
"James Hinyard Faulk, farmer/miller, (owner of a 600-acre farm which his son John Joseph later inherited), was an ex-Confederate cavalryman, who served in Tucker's Squadron and the 7th SC Cavalry. --