|Birth: ||1753, Ireland|
|Death: ||Oct. 9, 1826|
husband of Susan Majors Sloan. Died in the 73rd year of his age.
[[ David McCurdy Sloan was born in County Down, Ireland about 1751/1753
Capt. David McCurdy Sloan, Sr. emigrated to the western part of NC where he served as Captain of a company of NC troops in the Revolutionary War. After the war he married and moved to Pendleton District, SC and settled on the Seneca River 10 miles west of the present courthouse of Anderson Co., SC.
His ancestors came to Ireland from Holland or Scotland. His middle name is from Hope C. Pees, The family resided on the Seneca River at the place now known as Sloan Ferry and were buried on the fam. graveyard on his homestead-Hope Pees
information supplied by Elreeta Weathers
Captain Sloan was indeed originally buried in the family graveyard known as the Sloan Plantation Cemetery in Pendleton, SC. In fact, in his will dated 1821, Captain Sloan requested he be buried there. But according to US GenWeb Archives on the Sloan Plantation Cemetery, in 1928, a cousin, Thomas Sloan, relocated the tombstones of 5 members of the family because Lake Hartwell would eventually flood the area. The stones of Captain Sloan, his wife, Susannah Majors Sloan, his daughter, Elizabeth Sloan Stribling and her husband, Jesse, and the infant daughter of David Sloan, Jr, (Mary Sloan) were relocated to Andersonville Cemetery. It was not clear if the bodies were re-interred or just the tombstones relocated.
Susannah Majors Sloan (1761 - 1853)
Elizabeth Sloan Stribling (1785 - 1849)*
Susannah Sloan Bruce (1787 - 1861)*
David McCurdy Sloan (1787 - 1834)*
Benjamin Franklin Sloan (1796 - 1867)*
Thomas Majors Sloan (1799 - 1849)*
Cathrine E Sloan Benson (1802 - 1868)*
South Carolina, USA
Maintained by: Anne Lewis Wheeler
Originally Created by: Robert Barbi
Record added: Jul 26, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39896146