Il avait une relation avec Martha Marlowe
William Faulk was born about 1784 in Bladen, now Columbus County, North Carolina, near Fair Bluff; and based on census records, died in Marion County, South Carolina.
. The assumption that William Faulk is the son of Phillip Faulk, Sr. is based on appropriate dates and conclusive proof is lacking. References are: census, Marion County, South Carolina 1810, page 79; and 1820, page 58.
CBS thinks William and Martha Faulk's children were Nathaniel
who married Eleanor Ivy, William who married Anna Jane Howell and an
CBS thinks William, son of Phillip Faulk Sr, moved to the Robeson Co
NC-Marion Co., SC area as many people did at that time.The line between
NC and SC was undetermined so their records could be in either state..
William Faulk whose wife was Martha died about 1827.
Joseph Long, administrator of Phillip Faulk Sr's estate, sued Martha
Faulk, administrator of William Faulk's estate, during the August1827
court session. The jury found all issues in favor of the plaintif and
assessed damages at $129.25. Martha Faulk in turn sued Joseph and Joseph
F Long in the November term of the court and her petition was granted
when she gave John H White as security.
A William Faulk married Charlotte Shumate and had Sampson,, Nancy,
Jesse and Joel.. CBS thinks this William Faulk was the son of Simon
Faulk.(See Simon Faulk Descendants)., married Charlotte Shumate, fought
in the War of 1812, moved to Pike Co. AL about 1836 and died there before
From Susan Formyduval Thomas:
William fought in the War of 1812-14 and then moved to Pike Co, AL
There are two William Faulk b. 1784, each with a son James L. One is the son of William Faulk Sr and the other of Philip.
Muster Rolls War of 1812. NC.
William Faulk 3rd Regt. Columbus Co, NC. Is this the same William?
Per Charles B. Schweizer 28 Jun 2000, he thinks William and Martha may have lived in Robeson Co, NC. However, this William shows in the 1810 and 1820 Marion Co, SC census and died in Marion Co, SC abt. 1826.