|Birth: ||May 15, 1743|
George Sapp II was the son of George Sapp I (b.1705 in Kent Co., Delaware, d.1788 in Allegany Co., Maryland) and Plantina Sapp (b.1709, d.1746) who were married in 1730 in Delaware. His siblings were: Frederick, Jacob and John Wesley Sapp.
George Sapp married during 1765 in Cumberland, Allegany Co., Maryland to Christina Elizabeth Texter. They lived in Wills Town, 9 miles west of Fort Cumberland, Maryland. They named their children: John, Elizabeth "Betsy", Joseph, Caterine, Margaret, Daniel, George, Mary "Polly" and William Sapp.
He signed the Oath of Allegiance to the American Colonies and for the duration of the war, supplied horses and feed for them and food for the soldiers who served under General George Washington, who was stationed at Fort Cumberland.
At an advanced age he migrated with his large family to Knox County, Ohio. Both are buried on what was originally the family farm about one mile West of Danville, Knox Co., Ohio.
The first church building, a log one, was built about 1809 or 1810 on the land where the Saint Luke's Cemetery is located. George Sapp, II, donated the land for the church and cemetery attached to it.
His Patriotic Service during the Revolutionary War has been recognized by the DAR. He didn't file a pension application for any service in that war.
Christina Elizabeth Textor Sapp (1748 - 1809)
Daniel Sapp (1775 - 1842)*
Elizabeth Sapp Wade (1776 - 1855)*
George Sapp (1777 - 1862)*
Mary Sapp Meyers (1779 - 1851)*
Assumed to be in an unmarked grave as a search in July 2012 by Susan Roach, FaG member ID #47796231, could not locate any grave marker.
Note: On what was originally the family farm about one mile West of Danville, Knox Co., Ohio. The family donated this land to the church for its building and cemetery.
Saint Luke Cemetery
Created by: Jack Gilchrist
Record added: May 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69912252