A History of Pioneer Families of Missouri said of him: "Andrew Zumwalt was a devoted Methodist, but his three daughters joined the Baptist church, and their mother said she was glad of it. But the old gentleman was very angry, and said he hoped, now that his family was divided among the churches, that some of them would find the right one and get to heaven, and be contented when they got there, and not want to go somewhere else."
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Again thanks to Jax:
Old Kentucky Entries & Deeds, Fayette Entries, pg. 150, by Jilson 1783, Andrew Sumvalt, 471 & one half acres, book 3, pg. 88, 13 Dec.1783 branch of Hingstons Fork.
1784, 28 May - Jilson's Kentucky Land Grants, pg. 139, 471 & one half acres in Fayette Co. were granted to Andrew Zumwalt
#2854 Grant box 6, p. 544 - 545
ANDREW ZUMWALT, 471 & 1/2 acres, Fayette
Patrick Henry Esquire Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia to all to whom these presents shall come greeting. Know ye that by virtue and in consideration of part of a land office Treasury Warrant # 13910 issued the 21st day of august 1782 there is granted by the said Commonwealth unto Andrew Zumwalt, a certain tract or parcel of land containing four hundred seventy one and one half acres (471 1/2) acres by survey bearing date the 28th day of May 1784, lying and being in the County of Fayette on a branch of Hinkston's Fork on the South side thereof. Waters of Licking Creek and bounded as follows towit. Beginning at a sugartree marked "A Z" and a white oak by it at the mouth of said Creek. Running from thence South ten (10) degrees East, three hundred and twenty (320) poles crossing said Creek to an elm hickory and sugar tree saplings by a small draft thence South Eighty (80) degrees West two hundred and thirty six (236) poles crossing a branch to a sugar, beech and ironwood saplings on rising ground thence North ten (10) degrees West three hundred and twenty (320) poles to two small suagar trees and dogwood saplings by a branch thence North eighty (80) degrees East two hundred and thirty six (236) crossing a branch to the beginning. With its appurtenances, to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances, to the said Andrew Zumwalt and his heirs forever. In witness whereof the said Patrick Henry Esquire, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia hath hereunto set his hand and caused the lesser seal of the said Commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond on the twentieth (20) day of September in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred ans eighty six and the Commonwealth the eleventh.
"Kentucky Land Grants" Andrew Zumwalt, 471 and one half acres, Virginia Grants, book 6, pg. 544, Hingston watercourse, Fayette Co.
Filson Club, pg. 163 Andrew Zumwalt, 471 and one half acres, 13 Dec. 1783, book 1, pg. 88, Hingston branch. surveyed.
Andrew Zumwalt, Original survey #2854, 471 & one half acres, Fayette Co. Hingston Fork, survey date 28 May 1784, book 3, pg. 542 & 543, grant date 20 Sep. 1786 in book 6, pg. 544 & 545.
page 542 & 543
1784, 28 May # 2854 Surveyed for Andrew Zumwalt, 471 acres in part of a treasury warrant # 13910 entered 19 December 1783 and situate on a branch of Hinkston's Fork the South side therof waters of Licking Creek beginning at "A" a sugartree marked AZ and a white oak by it at the mouth of said creek running from thence South 10 degrees East 320 poles crossing a creek to "B" on (the) hickory and sugar saplings by a small (drift) thence South 3 degrees West 236 poles crossing a branch to "C" a sugar beech and ironwood saplings on rising ground thence North 10 degrees West 320 poles to a small sugar and a dogwood sapling by a branch"D" thence North 80 degrees East 236 poles crossing a branch to the beginning
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Andrew Zumwalt marker
Andrew Zumwalt, 471- 1/2 acres
Hist. of Bourbon Co. pg. 83 - Flat Run flows North and empties into the Stoner near Ruddel Mills. Cooper's Run in the Northwest empties into the Stoner near Ewalt's Cross Roads, and Townsend's Creek passes through the Northwest corner
1787 census of Virginia (from Tax Lists) Andrew Summalt, Bourbon Co. Ky.
1795, Andrew Sumault #27, on Townsend Waterway, Bourbon, Harrison Co. ? Kentucky. Henry Zumalt also on Townsend Waterway in 1797. also called Townsend Creek.
Kentucky Gazette, by Karen Green, pg. 221 1798, 1 September, Christopher Zumwalt, Land for sale. from Kentucky Gazette by Karen Green, pg. 221
1798, 1 September, Andrew Zumwalt, Land for sale. Mentions Jacob Speers. from Kentucky Gazette by Karen Green, pg. 221
1799/1800 United states Survey numbered Two hundred and Ninty Six (296) in Township Forty Six (46) North, of Range Two (2) East of the Fifth (5th) Principal Meridian, containing Five Hundred and Eighty (580) Arpens of Four Hundred and Ninty Three and Forty-One Hundredths (493.41) Acres, was confirmed to Andrew Zumalt
Volume Two (2), page 573, of the American State Papers, shows the confirmation of a grant of Five Hundred and Eighty (580) Arpens of land on the waters of the Dardenne in the District of Saint Charles, Territory of Upper Louisiana, to Andrew Zumwalt; the confirmation being numbered Two Hundred and Ninty Six (296).
1805 - Bill of sale - Andrew Zumwald, Ref. book C, pg. 305, St Charles Co. Mo. Know all men by these presence, that I, Andrew Zumwald, of the District of St Charles in Louisiana District for and in consideration of the sum of Three Hundred and Twenty Five dollars to me hand paid before the ensealing of these presents Charles Tayo of the District aforesaid the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge and thereof and every part and parcel thereof, I do discharge and acquit him the said Charles Tayo, his heirs and executors and administrators, forever by these presence having granted, bargained and sold and do by these presence grant, bargain and sell to him, the said Charles Tayo, his heirs and assign forever one certain Negro woman, name Elizabeth or Betsy and the child of which she was last delivered, being the same Negro woman and child that the said Charles Tayo has now in his possession. To have and to hold the above named Negroes to him the said Charles Tayo, his heirs and assigns forever. In testimony whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the second day of February in the year of our lord, 1805. Andrew X Zumwalt signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of E. Hempstead, Alexander Murdock, John Zumwalt.
1813 - 1816 Deeds, St Charles Co. Mo. - Andrew Zumwalt sells land to JOHN LAIL, book "C" pg. 308 (bro-in-law or nephew)
1818, 1 May - The Misouri Gazette - Andrew Zumwalt appraised a stray taken up by Nicholas Stephenson
1818, October 13 - General Warranty Deed, Recorded in book E, #1, page 334 ,18 November 1818 - Andrew Zumwalt to Thomas Dozer, 170 Acres(reads acres, but I'm sure they mean Arpens) in Township 46, Range 2 in the Andrew Zumwalt Survey #296. Consideration #400.00 described as follows, towit, lying and being in the County of St Charles Mo. on the waters of Dardenne adjoining the lands of Andrew Zumwalt and being part of the Zumwalt tract or grant on which he (Zumwalt) now lives. Also joining the lands of James Callaway dec'd. containing 170 Arpents and bounded as follows, viz. beginning at a point on the line of the above named James Callaway ( land formerly Lewis Crow's) and with the said line South 57 & one half degree East 5.25 chains to a post, corner to said survey thence South 32 & one half degree West 6.25 chains to a black oak on the bank of the branch, thence leaving said line 10 & one half degrees East 11.25 chains to a white oak, thence North 75 & one half degrees East 33.25 chains to a post oak, thence North 10 & one half degrees West 28.11 chains to a bunch of white walnuts, thence North 25 degree West to a post, Thence South 79 & one half degree West 23 chains to a black oak on the line of Andrew Zumwalt's lands and with his line South 10 & one half degree East 30 chains to the place of beginning. Acknowledged regular.
Note: Thomas Dozer/Dozier and Catherine, his wife, sold this land for $550.00 one year later (1819) to John H. Castlio and wife, Years later, in 1841, John C. and Fortunatus Castlio laid claim to property under special Warranty Claim. In 1828, John C. Castlio and Mary E. his wife, conveyed 122.39 acres of this land to William M. Castlio for $3200.00
6/9/1826 St Charles Co, MO. Land transaction posted at GenForum by Jax Zumwalt says:
"Andrew Zumwalt to Noah Zumwalt, General Warranty Deed, dated 9 Jun 1826, Executed and acknowledged regularly by grantor and wife, filed 11 Jul 1826, recorded same day in book H, pages 180/181 Described as follows: A tract lying and being in St Charles County Mo. in Dardenne Township on the river Dardenne containing 144 acres more or less bounded as follows. Beginning at a stake and pointers a corner of said Andrew Zumwalt's land running South 10 degree 37 chains to a white oak sapling thence North 80 degree East 22 & three Quarter chains to a small cottonwood in John Castlio's field thence South 10 & one half degree East 3 & three quarter chains to a white oak tree thence North 81 degree east 17 & one quarter chains to a small black oak sapling thence North 27 degree West 36 chains to a large red oak tree thence 13 degree West 12 & one half chains to a small maple tree in the line of the said Andrew Zumwalt thence along said line to the place of beginning. Also the above land was part of a Survey #296 originally granting 480 Arpents of land to Andrew Zumwalt."
Note: Noah Zumwalt and wife sold 25 acres of this land to John H. Castlio and wife for $100.00 , 6 March 1832.
1830 St Charles Co, MO. At census time son-in-law Thomas Kelly lived next door.