Chambers Family Heritage


Living LEATHERS

Living STIDHAM [Parents]

Other marriages:
WISENER, Living

They had the following children:

  M i Living LEATHERS

Living COKER

Living STIDHAM [Parents]

They had the following children:

  F i Living COKER

George McCurdy STIDHAM [Parents] was born on 28 Jan 1905 in Alabama. He died on 2 Mar 1976 in Cullman County, Alabama. He was buried in Center Point, Jefferson County, Alabama. He married Exel E. STANLEY on 27 Nov 1925 in Cullman County, Alabama.

SOURCE: Telephone interviews with Oma Stidham Kellum, Dessie
Stidham Wade, Dot Stidham and Laura Stidham, Cullman, Alabama,
September 30, 1988.

SOURCE: "The Fox and Stidham Families" by Berdie Steadmon Fox, 1987.

SOURCE: 1930 Cullman Co., Alabama census (Holly Pond)


Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society (StiddemDavid@aol.com), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. (www.StidhamFamilyTree.com)

Exel E. STANLEY was born on 14 Sep 1901 in Cullman County, Alabama. She died . She married George McCurdy STIDHAM on 27 Nov 1925 in Cullman County, Alabama.

SOURCE: 1930 Cullman Co., Alabama census (Holly Pond)


Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society (StiddemDavid@aol.com), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. (www.StidhamFamilyTree.com)

They had the following children:

  M i Living STIDHAM
  F ii Living STIDHAM

Dr. Timen Lulofsson STIDDEM [Parents] was born about 1610 in Hammell, prob. Denmark. He died in 1686 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He was married about 1644 in Sweden.

Other marriages:
Unknown
OLLESDOTTER, Christina

Dr. Timen Stiddem was probably born at Hammel in Skanderborg, Denmark (near Arhus), or the Netherlands (or possibly Sweden). He was living in Gothenburg, Sweden in the 1630s. He was no doubt anxious to learn about the new world being colonized by the Swedish, known as "New Sweden" (present day Delaware). Dr. Stiddem signed on as a ship's barber-surgeon for a voyage to New Sweden. Dr. Stiddem sailed four times for North America (arriving three times). He went to New Sweden the first time in 1638 aboard the ship called the "KALMAR NYCKEL", the first of Sweden's attempts to establish a colony in New Sweden. The "KALMAR NYCKEL" landed at the "Rocks" or Fort Christina (present day Wilmington, Delaware) on March 29, 1638.

Dr. Stiddem returned to Sweden and married. His first wife and children were murdered near Puerto Rico in 1649 during the ill-fated Swedish voyage to America aboard the "KATT." He returned to Sweden to remarry and sail again with his wife on Sweden's Tenth Expedition aboard the "ORN" (Eagle), which arrived in New Sweden on May 22, 1654. This was Dr. Timen Stiddem's last trip from his homeland, Sweden. He stayed and settled in New Sweden at Fort Christina, or what was to become Wilmington, Delaware.

In 1680, following his second wife's death, he married Christina Ollesdotter, the widow of Wallraven Janssen de Vos. Christina arrived in New Sweden as an orphan, her parents having died at sea. (Ref. Peter Craig)


Dr. Timen Stiddem (Timothy Stidham) was a prominent citizen and doctor in Wilmington. He is recorded in history as the first physician in Delaware (SOURCE: J. Thomas Scharf, History of Delaware, p. 471).

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/wmpenn.htm" target="0">
In 1683, Timen Stiddem and his sons pledged allegiance to the King and England and obedience to William Penn.</a>

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/OxenstiernaLetter.bmp"target="0">
Letter from Timen Stiddem to Axel Oxenstierna</a>, 1651, requesting assistance following Timen's return to Sweden after the ill-fated voyage of the Kattan.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/Lovelace.gif"target="0">Deed from From Gov. Frances Laovlace</a>, 1671, for lands along the Brandywine River. (Courtesy of the Historical Society of Delaware)

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/Cranehook.bmp"target="0">Map of the Crane Hook, 1680-1685</a>.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/CraneHookChurchSite.bmp"target="0">Map of the Crane Hook Church site, 1787</a>.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/Wilmington1772.bmp"target="0">Map of Wilmington, 1772</a>.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house.jpg"target="0">Timen Stiddem's home in Wilmington, Delaware</a>

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house-2.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home in Wilmington, Delaware</a> at 14th and Poplar Streets just before it was demolished about 1890.

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home</a> on the Brandywine River.

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house-3.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home</a> on the Brandywine River.

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house-5.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home</a>.

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house-6.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home</a>.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/OldBarleyMill.bmp" target="0">
Timen Stiddem's Old Barley Mill</a> near Stidham Ford on the Brandywine River.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/millstone.bmp" target="0">
Millstone</a> from Timen Stiddem's Old Barley Mill.


Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society (StiddemDavid@aol.com), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. (www.StidhamFamilyTree.com)

He had the following children:

  M i child STIDDEM died about 1650 in Puerto Rico.

SOURCE: letter from Timen Stiddem, Barber, to the Lord Chancellor of Sweden,
from collection of Axel Oxenstierna.


Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society (StiddemDavid@aol.com), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. (www.StidhamFamilyTree.com)
  M ii child STIDDEM died about 1650 in Puerto Rico.

SOURCE: letter from Timen Stiddem, Barber, to the Lord Chancellor of Sweden,
from collection of Axel Oxenstierna.


Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society (StiddemDavid@aol.com), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. (www.StidhamFamilyTree.com)
  M iii child STIDDEM died about 1650 in Puerto Rico.

SOURCE: letter from Timen Stiddem, Barber, to the Lord Chancellor of Sweden,
from collection of Axel Oxenstierna.


Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society (StiddemDavid@aol.com), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. (www.StidhamFamilyTree.com)

Dr. Timen Lulofsson STIDDEM [Parents] was born about 1610 in Hammell, prob. Denmark. He died in 1686 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He was married about 1653 in Sweden.

Other marriages:
Unknown
OLLESDOTTER, Christina

Dr. Timen Stiddem was probably born at Hammel in Skanderborg, Denmark (near Arhus), or the Netherlands (or possibly Sweden). He was living in Gothenburg, Sweden in the 1630s. He was no doubt anxious to learn about the new world being colonized by the Swedish, known as "New Sweden" (present day Delaware). Dr. Stiddem signed on as a ship's barber-surgeon for a voyage to New Sweden. Dr. Stiddem sailed four times for North America (arriving three times). He went to New Sweden the first time in 1638 aboard the ship called the "KALMAR NYCKEL", the first of Sweden's attempts to establish a colony in New Sweden. The "KALMAR NYCKEL" landed at the "Rocks" or Fort Christina (present day Wilmington, Delaware) on March 29, 1638.

Dr. Stiddem returned to Sweden and married. His first wife and children were murdered near Puerto Rico in 1649 during the ill-fated Swedish voyage to America aboard the "KATT." He returned to Sweden to remarry and sail again with his wife on Sweden's Tenth Expedition aboard the "ORN" (Eagle), which arrived in New Sweden on May 22, 1654. This was Dr. Timen Stiddem's last trip from his homeland, Sweden. He stayed and settled in New Sweden at Fort Christina, or what was to become Wilmington, Delaware.

In 1680, following his second wife's death, he married Christina Ollesdotter, the widow of Wallraven Janssen de Vos. Christina arrived in New Sweden as an orphan, her parents having died at sea. (Ref. Peter Craig)


Dr. Timen Stiddem (Timothy Stidham) was a prominent citizen and doctor in Wilmington. He is recorded in history as the first physician in Delaware (SOURCE: J. Thomas Scharf, History of Delaware, p. 471).

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/wmpenn.htm" target="0">
In 1683, Timen Stiddem and his sons pledged allegiance to the King and England and obedience to William Penn.</a>

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/OxenstiernaLetter.bmp"target="0">
Letter from Timen Stiddem to Axel Oxenstierna</a>, 1651, requesting assistance following Timen's return to Sweden after the ill-fated voyage of the Kattan.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/Lovelace.gif"target="0">Deed from From Gov. Frances Laovlace</a>, 1671, for lands along the Brandywine River. (Courtesy of the Historical Society of Delaware)

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/Cranehook.bmp"target="0">Map of the Crane Hook, 1680-1685</a>.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/CraneHookChurchSite.bmp"target="0">Map of the Crane Hook Church site, 1787</a>.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/Wilmington1772.bmp"target="0">Map of Wilmington, 1772</a>.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house.jpg"target="0">Timen Stiddem's home in Wilmington, Delaware</a>

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house-2.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home in Wilmington, Delaware</a> at 14th and Poplar Streets just before it was demolished about 1890.

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home</a> on the Brandywine River.

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house-3.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home</a> on the Brandywine River.

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house-5.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home</a>.

Another view of <A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/1-house-6.bmp" target="0">Timen Stiddem's home</a>.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/OldBarleyMill.bmp" target="0">
Timen Stiddem's Old Barley Mill</a> near Stidham Ford on the Brandywine River.

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/millstone.bmp" target="0">
Millstone</a> from Timen Stiddem's Old Barley Mill.


Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society (StiddemDavid@aol.com), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. (www.StidhamFamilyTree.com)

He had the following children:

  M i Lulof (Lyloff) (Luloff) STEDHAM was born about 1654 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. He died on 6 Jun 1704 in New Castle County, Delaware.

DEATH - SOURCE: Frances O. Allmand of Wilmington, Del., family charts submitted
with application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated 10/26/98.

SOURCE: Larry S. Stallcup, "Johan Andersson Stalcop," Swedish Colonial News, Vol.
1, Number 4 (Fall 1991).


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  M ii Lucas STEDHAM was born about 1656 in "New Sweden", Swanwick, New Castle County, Delaware. He died on 5 Dec 1726 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. He was buried on 8 Dec 1726 in Old Swedes Cemetery, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.

RES: Christiana Hundred, New Castle Co., Delaware

SOURCE: Peter S. Craig, "1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware," p. 93-94.


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  M iii Erasmus Asmund STEDHAM was born about 1658 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. He died in 1712 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.


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  M iv Adam STEDHAM
  M v Benedictus Benjamin STEDHAM was born about 1662 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. He died about 25 Dec 1699 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.

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  F vi Ingeborg STEDHAM was born about 1664 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. She died in 1724.


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  F vii Elizabeth STEDHAM was born about 1666 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. She died before 1713.


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  F viii Maria STEDHAM was born about 1668 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. She died after 1732 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

SOURCE: Dr. Peter S. Craig; 1695 Census of Swedes on the Delaware; Margaret Hayes of Midlothian, Ill.; "History of Chester Co., Pennsylvania,: and Margaret Ann Nesbitt of Phoenix, Ariz; Margaret Ann Reynolds Nesbitt of Mesa, AZ, Swedish Colonial Society Forefather Member Application, dated 19 Jan 1996.

BIRTHDATE: Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig of Washington, DC, letter to Margaret Ann Nesbitt, 21 June 1992, re: Morton Descendants of Marten Knutsson [Canutsen] (Copy in the Margaret Nesbitt file)


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  F ix Magdalena STEDHAM was born about 1671 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. She died .


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Adam STEDHAM [Parents] was born about 1660 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. He died on 21 Jan 1695 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He married Katherine (Catherine) (Karin) STEDHAM in 1681 in New Castle County, Delaware.

DEATH - SOURCE: Frances O. Allmand of Wilmington, Delaware, family charts submitted with application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated 10/26/98 - "from letter of Administrator to Catherine"

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Katherine (Catherine) (Karin) STEDHAM was born in 1662 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. She died on 21 Nov 1739 in Delaware. She married Adam STEDHAM in 1681 in New Castle County, Delaware.

Other marriages:
PETERSSON SMITH, Peter

Catherine Stedham's maiden name is not known.

BIRTH/DEATH: Lewis Herbert Nebeker of Pocatello, Idaho, familygroup chart for
Adam Stedham.

SOURCE: Frances O. Allmand of Wilmington, Del., family charts submitted with
application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated 10/26/98.

DEATH: SOURCE: Margaret Ann Reynolds Nesbitt of Mesa, AZ, Swedish Colonial Society
Forefather Member Application, dated 19 Jan 1996.


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They had the following children:

  M i Timothy Adamsson STEDHAM was born about 1684 in New Castle County, Delaware. He died in 1757.

SOURCE: Frances O. Allmand of Wilmington, Del., family charts submitted with application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated 10/26/98.


Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society (StiddemDavid@aol.com), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. (www.StidhamFamilyTree.com)
  M ii Hendrick (Henry) STEDHAM was born about 1686 in New Castle County, Delaware. He died in 1759.

Ancestors of Amanda Ann Cowan, Mandy Roberts Home Page (http://www.pclink.com/kg0ay/)

SOURCE: Frances O. Allmand of Wilmington, Del., family charts submitted with application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated 10/26/98.

RES: Brandywine Hundred

His step-father and mother, Peter Petersson Smith and Catherine, sold Henry [32] Stedham 103 acres of their land on Skilpot Creek in 1725:

New Castle County Delaware Land Records 1715-1728 by Carol Bryant; pp.98-99 Deed. On 15 Feb 1725 Peter Peterson Smith Sr of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, & Catherine his wife to Peter Peterson Smith Jr of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, son of Peter Peterson Smith Sr.Whereas Hans Peterson, late of Philpots Creek in the Hundred aforesaid, yeoman, dec'd in about the year 1703 by virtue of a patent was seized in a tract of land called New Land, bounded by the Creek, land late of Cornelius Empson & land late of Paul Peterson containing 210 acres, did by deed of gift granted the 210 acres unto his son the Peter Peterson Sr.Whereas Peter Peterson Sr did by mortgage dated 01 Feb 1723, granted the land to John Richardson, John French & Joseph England as trustees for the General Loan Office.Whereas Peter Peterson Smith Sr & Catherine his wife confirmed unto Henry Stedham of the Hundred, yeoman, 2 pieces of the land lying together containing 103 acres & 104 perches.Now Peter Peterson Smith Sr & Catherine his wife for 40 pounds granted to Peter Peterson Smith Jr all the remainder of the said land being 106 acres. Signed: Peter Peterson Smith & Catherine Peterson Smith. Delivered in the presence of: Sam Kirk, Alice Kirk & William Trehearne. (G1:568)
pp.121-122 Deed. On 14 Feb 1725 Peter Peterson Smith of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, & Katherine his wife; Peter Peterson Smith Jr of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, the son of the 1st mentioned Peter to Henry Stedham of the Hundred, yeoman.Whereas Hance Peterson, late of Shilpot Creek in the said Hundred, yeoman, dec'd in about the 1703 did by virtue of a patent become seized in a tract of land called New Land on the west side of Shilpot Creek containing 210 acres. Hance did by deed gift dated 10 Feb 1703 granted to his son Peter Sr all the 210 acres.Whereas Peter Peterson did by mortgage dated 01 Feb 1723 granted to the Trustees of the General Loan office the 210 acres.Now Peter Peterson Smith, the father, & Katherine his wife & Peter Peterson Smith Jr for 6.16 pounds grnted to Henry Stedham a piece of land being part of the afore mentioned tract bounded by land late of Francis Knowls & land late of Isreal Peterson containing 13 + (should this be 103?) acres.Peter Peterson Smith Sr & Katherine his wife to pay mortgage.Signed: Peter Peterson Smith, Katherine Peterson Smith & Peter Peterson Smith Jr.Delivered in the presence of Alice Kirk, William Trehearne & Samuel Kirk Recorded: 28 Mar 1727. (H1:91]


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  M iii Christopher STEDHAM
  F iv Margareta Adamsdotter STEDHAM was born about 1689. She died before 1732.


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  F v Sarah Adamsdotter STEDHAM was born about 1691. She died in 1729. She was buried on 19 Sep 1729.


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  F vi Maria Adamsdotter (Hanna) STEDHAM was born about 1693 in New Castle County, Delaware. She died after 1764 in New Castle County, Delaware.

Ancestors of Amanda Ann Cowan, Mandy Roberts Home Page (http://www.pclink.com/kg0ay/)

SOURCE: Frances O. Allmand of Wilmington, Del., family charts submitted with application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated 10/26/98; Margaret Ann Reynolds Nesbitt of Mesa, AZ, Swedish Colonial Society Forefather Member Application, dated 19 Jan 1996.


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Christopher STEDHAM [Parents] was born on 26 Sep 1687 in New Castle County, Delaware. He died in 1755 in York County, Pennsylvania. He married Johanna VAN DER CULEN on 3 Jan 1717 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.

MARRIAGE - SOURCE: David Coslett of Lake Jackson, Texas (dcoslett-at-brazosport.cc.tx.us), descendant chart submitted with application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated Apr 30, 1998.

RES: 1739,Delaware (last record of Christpher in Delaware)

RES: 1755, York Co.,Pennsylvania where he died leaving 200 acres in Manchester Township of York Co.)

DEATH:Joseph Earl Steadman Sr.in letter to Fannie Lewis dated 20 Feb 1954.


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Johanna VAN DER CULEN [Parents] was born about 1695/1699 in New Castle County, Delaware. She died . She married Christopher STEDHAM on 3 Jan 1717 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.


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They had the following children:

  F i Catharina STEDHAM was born on 26 Sep 1717. She died in 1718. She was buried on 4 Jul 1718 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.

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  M ii Adam STEDHAM was born on 29 Sep 1719 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He was christened on 10 Oct 1719 in Holy Trinity Church, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He died before 1790 in Polk County, North Carolina.

RESOURCE: ca 1747, Anson County, North Carolina (which later became Polk County, North Carolina in the lower part of North Carolina, adjacent to the present Spartansburg County, South Carolina)

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  M iii John STEDHAM was born in Feb 1722 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He was christened on 8 Apr 1722 in Holy Trinity Church, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He died in 1765 in White Lick, Ninety-six District, Newberry, South Carolina.

Killed by Cherokee Americans in 1765 at WhiteLick in Newberry, South Carolina.

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  F iv Margaret STEDHAM was born on 7 Sep 1724 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. She was christened on 11 Oct 1724 in Holy Trinity Church, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. She died .

SOURCE: Doris Gillman Enfinger of Jay Florida, "Notes on the
Steadham-Stedham-Stiddem Families of Baldwin Co., Alabama also Notes on Byrd
and Nobles Families," 1964; pg. 15.


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  M v Zachariah STEDHAM
  F vi Susanna STEDHAM was born on 14 Apr 1729 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. She was christened on 20 Apr 1729 in Holy Trinity Church, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. She died .


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  M vii child [106a] STEDHAM was born about 1734. He died in Dec 1734. He was buried in Dec 1734.


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  M viii child [106b] STEDHAM was born about 1735. He died in 1735. He was buried in 1735.


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  F ix Hannah Johanna [107] STEDHAM was born in 1748 in York County, Pennsylvania. She died .


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Peter PETERSSON SMITH was born before 1671. He died after 1732. He married Katherine (Catherine) (Karin) STEDHAM after 1695.

SOURCE: Peter Stebbins Craig, "The 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware," pg. 116-117.

SOURCE: Dr. Peter S. Craig, "Pål Jönsson Mullica the Finn and his Descendants," Swedish Colonial News, Vol. 2, No. 10, Spring 2004, pg. 4.

OCCUPATION: blacksmith

His father gifted him 210 acres on Skilpot Creek in 1703. He sold it to Henry [32] Stedham and his son, Peter Petersson-Smith, Jr. in 1725.

New Castle County Delaware Land Records 1715-1728 by Carol Bryant; pp.98-99 Deed. On 15 Feb 1725 Peter Peterson Smith Sr of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, & Catherine his wife to Peter Peterson smith Jr of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, son of Peter Peterson Smith Sr.Whereas Hans Peterson, late of Philpots Creek in the Hundred aforesaid, yeoman, dec'd in about the year 1703 by virtue of a patent was seized in a tract of land called New Land, bounded by the Creek, land late of Cornelius Empson & land late of Paul Peterson containing 210 acres, did by deed of gift granted the 210 acres unto his son the Peter Peterson Sr.Whereas Peter Peterson Sr did by mortgage dated 01 Feb 1723, granted the land to John Richardson, John French & Joseph England as trustees for the General Loan Office.Whereas Peter Peterson Smith Sr & Catherine his wife confirmed unto Henry Stedham of the Hundred, yeoman, 2 pieces of the land lying together containing 103 acres & 104 perches.Now Peter Peterson Smith Sr & Catherine his wife for 40 pounds granted to Peter Peterson Smith Jr all the remainder of the said land being 106 acres. Signed: Peter Peterson Smith & Catherine Peterson Smith. Delivered in the presence of: Sam Kirk, Alice Kirk & William Trehearne. (G1:568)
<P>pp.121-122 Deed. On 14 Feb 1725 Peter Peterson Smith of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, & Katherine his wife; Peter Peterson Smith Jr of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, the son of the 1st mentioned Peter to Henry Stedham of the Hundred, yeoman.Whereas Hance Peterson, late of Shilpot Creek in the said Hundred, yeoman, dec'd in about the 1703 did by virtue of a patent become seized in a tract of land called New Land on the west side of Shilpot Creek containing 210 acres. Hance did by deed gift dated 10 Feb 1703 granted to his son Peter Sr all the 210 acres.Whereas Peter Peterson did by mortgage dated 01 Feb 1723 granted to the Trustees of the General Loan office the 210 acres.Now Peter Peterson Smith, the father, & Katherine his wife & Peter Peterson Smith Jr for 6.16 pounds grnted to Henry Stedham a piece of land being part of the afore mentioned tract bounded by land late of Francis Knowls & land late of Isreal Peterson containing 13 + (should this be 103?) acres.Peter Peterson Smith Sr & Katherine his wife to pay mortgage.Signed: Peter Peterson Smith, Katherine Peterson Smith & Peter Peterson Smith Jr.Delivered in the presence of Alice Kirk, William Trehearne & Samuel Kirk Recorded: 28 Mar 1727. (H1:91]


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Katherine (Catherine) (Karin) STEDHAM was born in 1662 in Christina ("New Sweden"), New Castle County, Delaware. She died on 21 Nov 1739 in Delaware. She married Peter PETERSSON SMITH after 1695.

Other marriages:
STEDHAM, Adam

Catherine Stedham's maiden name is not known.

BIRTH/DEATH: Lewis Herbert Nebeker of Pocatello, Idaho, familygroup chart for
Adam Stedham.

SOURCE: Frances O. Allmand of Wilmington, Del., family charts submitted with
application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated 10/26/98.

DEATH: SOURCE: Margaret Ann Reynolds Nesbitt of Mesa, AZ, Swedish Colonial Society
Forefather Member Application, dated 19 Jan 1996.


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They had the following children:

  M i Hans PETERSSON SMITH was christened on 6 Jul 1731 in Holy Trinity Church, Wilmington, Newcastle County, Delaware. He died .

SOURCE: Peter Stebbins Craig, "The 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware," pg.
116-117.

SOURCE: Holy Trinity Church records


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  M ii Peter PETERSSON SMITH Jr. died .

SOURCE: Peter Stebbins Craig, "The 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware," pg. 116-117.

New Castle County Delaware Land Records 1715-1728 by Carol Bryant; pp.98-99 Deed. On 15 Feb 1725 Peter Peterson Smith Sr of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, & Catherine his wife to Peter Peterson smith Jr of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, son of Peter Peterson smith Sr.Whereas Hans Peterson, late of Philpots Creek in the Hundred aforesaid, yeoman, dec'd in about the year 1703 by virtue of a patent was seized in a tract of land called New Land, bounded by the Creek, land late of Cornelius Empson & land late of Paul Peterson containing 210 acres, did by deed of gift granted the 210 acres unto his son the Peter Peterson Sr.Whereas Peter Peterson Sr did by mortgage dated 01 Feb 1723, granted the land to John Richardson, John French & Joseph England as trustees for the General Loan Office.Whereas Peter Peterson Smith Sr & Catherine his wife confirmed unto Henry Stedham of the Hundred, yeoman, 2 pieces of the land lying together containing 103 acres & 104 perches.Now Peter Peterson Smith Sr & Catherine his wife for 40 pounds granted to Peter Peterson Smith Jr all the remainder of the said land being 106 acres. Signed: Peter Peterson Smith & Catherine Peterson Smith. Delivered in the presence of: Sam Kirk, Alice Kirk & William Trehearne. (G1:568)
pp.121-122 Deed. On 14 Feb 1725 Peter Peterson Smith of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, & Katherine his wife; Peter Peterson Smith Jr of Brandywine Hundred, yeoman, the son of the 1st mentioned Peter to Henry Stedham of the Hundred, yeoman.Whereas Hance Peterson, late of Shilpot Creek in the said Hundred, yeoman, dec'd in about the 1703 did by virtue of a patent become seized in a tract of land called New Land on the west side of Shilpot Creek containing 210 acres. Hance did by deed gift dated 10 Feb 1703 granted to his son Peter Sr all the 210 acres.Whereas Peter Peterson did by mortgage dated 01 Feb 1723 granted to the Trustees of the General Loan office the 210 acres.Now Peter Peterson Smith, the father, & Katherine his wife & Peter Peterson Smith Jr for 6.16 pounds grnted to Henry Stedham a piece of land being part of the afore mentioned tract bounded by land late of Francis Knowls & land late of Isreal Peterson containing 13 + (should this be 103?) acres.Peter Peterson Smith Sr & Katherine his wife to pay mortgage.Signed: Peter Peterson Smith, Katherine Peterson Smith & Peter Peterson Smith Jr.Delivered in the presence of Alice Kirk, William Trehearne & Samuel Kirk Recorded: 28 Mar 1727. (H1:91]


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  F iii Magdalena SMITH died .

SOURCE: Peter Stebbins Craig, "The 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware," pg.
116-117.


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Reynier VAN DER CULEN died . He married Margaret OGG.


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Margaret OGG died . She married Reynier VAN DER CULEN.

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They had the following children:

  F i Johanna VAN DER CULEN

Zachariah STEDHAM [Parents] was born on 5 Feb 1727 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He was christened on 12 Mar 1727 in Holy Trinity Church, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He died before 19 Apr 1782 in Union County, South Carolina. He married Rebecca COX on 5 Jun 1753 in Christ Lutheran Church, York County, Pennsylvania.

MILITARY - Revolutionary War - a Tory, killed by the South Carolina Militia

MARRIAGE - SOURCE: David Coslett of Lake Jackson, Texas (dcoslett-at-brazosport.cc.tx.us), descendant chart submitted with application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated Apr 30, 1998.

RES: ca 1763, Anson Co., North Carolina (later became Union Co., South Carolina adjoining Spartansburg Co., South Carolina)

MARRIAGE=1749, Craven Co., South Carolina: Al Turner of Rex, Gerogia

SOURCE: Bob Stevens (bobhist-at-yahoo.com), email dated 13 Sep 2004, wherein he states: "You state that Zachariah Stidham was executed after 1783 by the State of SC. The only "executions" carried out by the State of SC were by military field commanders at their whim and choosing. Most of the Tory "executions" were conducted by neighboring Whigs, especially in the SC Backcountry. On 19 April 1782, Col. Thomas Fletchall (Loyalist) and ten more SC Backcountry Loyalist officers signed a document submitted to the Crown entitled "Loyalists Murdered," listing 99 names, including that of Zachariah Stedham. So, Zachariah was killed in some manner (not in battle) before that date."

SOURCE: The late Joseph E. Steadman , Jr. did extensive research on the southern Stidhams/Steadmans. In Oct 1956, he sent a letter to Fanie Lewis stating: "From deeds recorded in the court house at Union Co., SC during the period from 1799 thru 1807, but some of them dated in earlier years, it is determined that Zachariah Stedham married Rebecca and had at least Adam, Mary, Sarah (md Philip Holcomb; their daughter Charlotte md Aaren Harlan and removed to Tenn), and Benjamin."

DEATH: Col Thomas Fletchall et. at., "Tories Murdered in the South Carolina Upcountry in the Revolution," 19 April 1781.. Researched by Robert S. Davis, Jr. and printed in "The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research," Vol IX, No. 3, Summer 1981. Fletchall lists Adam Steadham and Zacharia Steadman among the South Carolina Loyalists or Tories who were killed by Patroit militia.


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Rebecca COX [Parents] was born in 1722 in Delaware. She died in 1810 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. She married Zachariah STEDHAM on 5 Jun 1753 in Christ Lutheran Church, York County, Pennsylvania.

Other marriages:
FRAZIER, James

SOURCE: David Coslett of Lake Jackson, Texas (dcoslett-at-brazosport.cc.tx.us), descendant chart submitted with application for Timen Stiddem Society, dated Apr 30, 1998.

MAIDEN NAME-FIRST MARRIAGE: Texan Yarbrough Johnson (pokey5-at-worldnet.att.net), email dated 8 and 6 October, 2003.

DEATH: Al Turner of Rex, Georgia

BIRTH: Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Births (database online - Ancestry.com)

BIRTHPLACE=Chester Co., Pennsylvania: Pedigree Chart for Rebecca Cox (www.Familysearch.org)

BIRTHPLACE=Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or York Co., Pennsylvania, Ancestral File (www.Familysearch.com)

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They had the following children:

  M i Zachariah STEDHAM Jr.
  M ii Adam STEDHAM was born about 1753 in York County, Pennsylvania. He died before 19 Apr 1782 in South Carolina.

MILITARY: Tory in Rev. War (see below)

In 1783 or 1784, Adam [173] Stidham signed a petition to the governor of Georgia to delay the seisure and sale of property in Burke County, Georgia owned by himself and other Tories. The law authorizing confication of estates of the Tories was passsed on May 4, 1782. (However, see contrary evidence below from Bob Stevens)

<A HREF="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/photos/r2620-petition-tory.jpg" target="0">
PETITION</a> (SOURCE: "Burke County Manuscripts in the Telamon Cuyler Collection, National Genealogical Society Quarterly," from the Family Tree Maker NGS Quarterly,Volumes 1-85, Disc 1, Vol. 54--contributed by Charlene Moore, `email dated 17 Aug 2003.)

MILITARY: SOURCE: Bob Stevens (bobhist-at-yahoo.com), email dated 13 Sep 2004, wherein he states: "As for Adam Stedham, I tracked his timeline with official documents to know that he survived the war, but made the fatal mistake of returning to Union County, SC, afterward where he was lynched. He had been responsible for what was known as "Brandon's Defeat" in present Union County in June 1780. Col. Thomas Brandon, who commanded the 2nd Spartan Regiment of the SC Militia, was assembling his volunteers near the town of Union when someone picked up Adam Stedham, noted as a "vile Tory," and brought him into the camp after dark. He was either released or escaped and alerted the nearby force of Loyalist Major William "Bloody Bill" Cunningham. The Cunningham party struck the Brandon camp at daylight the next morning, killed five Whigs and wounded numerous others. One of those killed was a Young, a brother to Major Thomas Young, a Patriot. In his later memoirs, Major Young stated that it was he who put the noose around Adam Stedham's neck. At that time, hanging was not conducted with a scaffold and rope. Instead, the victim was mounted on a horse under some handy stout limb with a leather bridal rein tied around his neck and "swung off" to die a horrible death from strangulation."

"Within days after Brandon's Defeat, 14 June 1780, Adam Stedham enlisted in Plummer's Fairforest Loyalist Militia (present Union County, SC). He evacuated Fort Ninety Six with Col. Cruger on 29 June 1781 to Charleston, SC. (Hundreds of Loyalist families went with Col. Cruger to Charleston.) On 14 March 1782, Adam Stedham drew his military pay in Charleston. These records are from the British archives in London."

SOURCE: Bob Stevens (bobhist-at-yahoo.com), email dated 29 Sep 2004, wherein he surmises Adam [173] Stidham did not sign the above mentioned petition. to quote from Bob's email: "I would have been impossible for Adam Stidham of present Union County, SC, the son of Zachariah Stidham, to have signed that GA petition after the 4 May 1782 law was passed because Adam and his father were dead by 19 April 1782. I previously mentioned the "Loyalists Murdered List" which was a list of Loyalists considered murdered by the eleven Loyalist commanders who signed the list. This list is in the Public Records Office, London, England, C.O. 5, Vol. 82. One such signer was Lt. Col. Daniel Plummer of present Union County under whom Adam Stidham served."

"The last record for Adam Stidham, before that of 19 April 1782, was 14 March 1782 when he was in Charleston and drew his back pay. At that time, the British knew they had lost the Southern Campaign and were preparing to evacuate Charleston by ship, so discharged the militia. The scenario of my opinion is that Adam came directly to the family home in present Union County at which time the Whigs learned of it and took him, along with his father, and hanged them both. No matter, he was dead some days before 19 April 1782 for his commander to include his name on the list. Not knowing when the GA list was signed, I would have to say that [the Adam who signed the petition] was another Adam Stidham."

DEATH: Col Thomas Fletchall et. at., "Tories Murdered in the South Carolina Upcountry in the Revolution," 19 April 1781.. Researched by Robert S. Davis, Jr. and printed in "The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research," Vol IX, No. 3, Summer 1981. Fletchall lists Adam Steadham and Zacharia Steadman among the South Carolina Loyalists or Tories who were killed by Patroit militia.


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  M iii John STIDHAM
  M iv Benjamin Franklin STIDHAM was born about 1757 in Anson County, North Carolina. He died about 1840 in Talladega County, ,Alabama.

RES: 1795-1807, Union Co., South Carolina; 1809, 1811, Madison Co., Alabama; 1819, Franklin Co., Tennessee; 1827, Jones Co, Georgia; 1830, St. Clair Co., Alabama; 1840, Talladega Co., Alabama. (In 1830 & 1840 he was probably living with his dau-in-law, Mary Stidham--Benjamin [301] Stidham's widow).

SOURCE: 1800 Union Co., South Carolina census; 1830 St. Clair Co., Alabama census; 1840 Talladega Co., Alabama census.

SOURCE: Madison Co., Alabama Census of 1809, Benjamin Stedham, 2 males under 21, 1 male over 21, 7 females under 21, 1 female over 21, Total 11 (Alabama Records, Volume 80, Madison County, compiled by Pauline Jones Gandrud)

SOURCE: Madison Co., Alabama Census of 1811 (Alabama 1811-1819 Decennary Census Index)

Children: Hannah, Thomas, Adam, James, John (b. c1787), Nancy, Jemima, and Henry - SOURCE: Lucille Brittain (4britt1-at-gte.net), family chart entitled "Descendants of Benjamin Franklin Stedham" submitted with email dated 6/6/1999.


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  F v Mary STIDHAM was born about 1758 in Anson County, North Carolina. She died .

SOURCE: Amanda Sue Stidham (mandysue-at-compaq.net), email dated 4/24/2000.


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  M vi Jeremiah STIDHAM was born about 1750/1760 in Anson County, North Carolina. He died .


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  M vii Lewis STIDHAM was born about 1760 in Anson County, North Carolina. He died in Union County, South Carolina.


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  F viii Sarah STIDHAM was born about 1762 in Anson County, North Carolina. She died .

BIRT PLAC Berkeley Co (Propietary) S.C. - SOURCE: Teddy Randles

SOURCE: Teddy R. Randles of Carrollton, Georgia, GEDCOM dated April, 2000 (source
of much of his information was Al Turner of Rex, Georgia).

SOURCE: Amanda Sue Stidham (mandysue-at-compaq.net), email dated 4/24/2000.


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  M ix George (Stidham) STEEDMAN Sr.

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