|Birth: ||Apr. 9, 1787|
|Death: ||Oct. 29, 1831|
husband of Nancy Sloan. "He left a wife and eight children to mourn over one of the best of husbands and most tender of fathers."
Per Patty McGinty, son of David McCurdy Sloan Sr. and Susan Majors. Born and died in Anderson County, SC.
Per email from Elreeta Weathers: David died intestate. His father,David McCurdy Sloan, Sr. had bequeathed in his will to David, Jr., all the plantation and tract of land where he lived on the North side of Cane Creek--950 acres, plus 50 acres of the south side of Cane Creek including the mill and pond--but he was to grind free of toll all grain brought by Jesse Stribling (his brother-in-law) for as long as David, Jr. owned the mill.
David Sloan, Jr. was also given all of the Negroes, goods, and chattels owned by his father. David, Jr. was the eldest (living) son.
David McCurdy Sloan (1753 - 1826)
Susannah Majors Sloan (1761 - 1853)
Nancy Ann Trimmier Sloan (1787 - 1854)*
Elizabeth Sloan Stribling (1785 - 1849)*
David McCurdy Sloan (1787 - 1831)
Susannah Sloan Bruce (1787 - 1861)*
Benjamin Franklin Sloan (1796 - 1867)*
Thomas Majors Sloan (1799 - 1849)*
Cathrine E Sloan Benson (1802 - 1868)*
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Robinette
Record added: Dec 08, 2008
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