|Birth: ||Nov. 8, 1789|
South Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Jan. 3, 1855|
Ezekiel Ephraim Gaskins b:Bet. 1745-1755 Georgetown, South Carolina
Tallitha Graham Gaskins b:Bet. 1755-1765
1.William A. Gaskins b:1816
2.Michael L. Gaskins b:01 Aug 1818
3.Tamzy Caroline Gaskins Peach b:08 Mar 1820
4.Milly Louise Gaskins Peach b:1823 d:15 Jul 1844
5.Cynthia Gaskins b:1825
6.James W. Gaskins b:1828
7.Elizabeth Gaskins b:1830
8.Mary Gaskins b:1834
9.Nancy L. Gaskins b:1838
John Gaskin b. Nov. 8, 1789 and died January 3, 1855 . m. Elizabeth ___(b. 1/22/1791 and died 11/20/1852 ). They are both buried in Bethany Cemetery in Pickens County , AL. John Gaskins served in the War of 1812, joining on Nov. 17, 1814 and was discharged March 5, 1815 at Charleston , SC. He served as a private in Company G, Capt. Chapman Levy's Co. of Riflemen, Reg't South Carolina Militia commanded by Lieutenant Col. Adam McWillie, S.C.
In 1818, John Gaskin purchased a Negro girl and tools from the estate of Ezekiel Gaskins.
The Federal Census of 1830 shows the John Gaskin family in Kershaw District.
In 1840 John Gaskins and brothers Daniel, David, Thomas, and Darling and sister Margaret Coates and mother, Tallitha Gaskins, transferred 1500 acres to John, Jr. John Gaskin and wife, Elizabeth, made their marks (X) in lieu of signature.
Sometime during 1840's, John and Elizabeth Gaskins left Kershaw Co., SC and moved to Pickens Co., AL where they lived until their death.
Above article written by James M. Gaskin and taken from the above online site.
Ezekiel Ephraim Gaskins (1755 - 1812)
Tallitha Graham Gaskins (1755 - 1840)
Elizabeth Gaskin/Gaskins (1794 - 1852)*
Michael L. Gaskin/Gaskins (1818 - 1890)*
Tamzy Caroline Gaskin/Gaskins Peach (1820 - 1896)*
John Gaskin/Gaskins (1789 - 1855)
Darling Monroe Gaskins (1801 - 1861)*
Created by: C. LATTA
Record added: Nov 11, 2011
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