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Joseph Pack Sr. (1748 - 1827)

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Joseph Pack Sr.
Born in Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
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Husband of — married about in Englandmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Packsville, Sumter District, South Carolina, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 30 Apr 2014
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Categories: Notables | US Southern Colonist | American Revolution | South Carolina Militia, American Revolution | NSSAR Patriot Ancestors.

Contents

Biography

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Joseph Pack Sr. is notable.
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US Southern Colonies.
Joseph Pack Sr. settled in the Southern Colonies in North America prior to incorporation into the USA.
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Revolutionary War Soldier.
Joseph Pack Sr. served in the South Carolina Militia during the American Revolution
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Military Service: 1782 SC MILITIA REVOLUTIONARY WAR
Joseph Pack Sr. is an NSSAR Patriot Ancestor.
NSSAR Ancestor #: PXXXXXX
Rank: Private in SC Militia

Immigration

Immigration:
Date: 1770
Place: From England

Notes

Note N27301
Joseph Pack was grantee of certain lands lying in what is now Clarendon County, South Carolina, by Royal grant on file in the office of the Secretary of State for South Carolina.

Occupation

Planter; he was the founder of Packsville or Paxville, South Carolina

Joseph was born in 1748. Joseph Pack ... He passed away in 1827 Arrived in America in 1770. (22 years old) Louisa (wife) was 18 years old.

Joseph had 10,000 acres of land --mostly land grants from King George III Joseph was the son of William Augusta, Duke of Cumberland. William Augusta was the son of King George II who ruled England from 1683 to 1760. He helped found the town of Packsville (later renamed Paxville in 1902). Paxville is believed to be the oldest town in Clarendon County, South Carolina.

Joseph was illegitimate son. Mother was not of Royal blood. He was not allowed to use a Royal name so he shortened his mothers name PACKARD to Pack. Joseph was granted the family crest before he left England. There is a marker honoring Joseph Pack's service with the South Carolina Militia during the Revolutionary War.

Joseph and Louisa raised a family of six boys and six girls. 1 daughter married a son of a Scotsman Mr. Bird; another daughter married a son of an Irishman Mr. Kelley; another to a Mr. Mims; another to Mr. Ridgill; another to a Mr. Timmons; another to a Mr. Broome.

Spouse:

Louisa Alexander Pack (1752 - 1836)*

United States Census, 1810 Joseph Pack Clarendon, Sumter, South Carolina, United States , Page 479 [1]

Children:

Joseph Alexander Pack (1771 - 1838)*
Dorcas Pack Broome (1796 - 1842)*
Benjamin Pack (1801 - 1856)*
Alexander Pack (1804 - 1835)*
Isham PACK, b. BET. 1775 - 1794, Paxville, Sumter District, South Carolina d. Abt 1832, Sumter District, Clarendon County, South Carolina
John PACK, b. 1809, Paxville, Sumter District, South Carolina
Sarah PACK
Nancy PACK, d. Abt 1839, Sumter District, Clarendon County, South Carolina
Rebecca PACK, b. Abt 1794, Paxville, Sumter District, South Carolina d. Aft 1860
Mary PACK, b. Abt 1775, Paxville, Sumter District, South Carolina d. Aft 1831, Sumter District, Clarendon County, South Carolina
William PACK
Martha PACK, b. Abt 1806, Paxville, Sumter District, South Carolina

Sources

Will

Date: 10 DEC 1827. Recorded-Will Book (Sumter District, South Carolina) Will of Joseph Pack, Sumter District, Sumter County Wills V.2, Book D-1, pp. 92-96 S.C. Archives.


In the will of God amen Joseph Pack of Sumter District, Planter, being in health of body & sound of mind, memory & understanding do make this my last will & testament in the manner following, that is to say I give and devise unto my son Isham Pack for his natural life only two hundred & ninety five acres of land be the same more or less whereon he now lives adjoining W (G.?) Richardson ’s on NE & on the SE by my other lands, & one negro woman named Clary & her increases & from & after his death to such child or children as he may leave alive at his death, but if he should die leaving no child or children,then to be divided amongst my surviving children & their heirs forever share & share alike.I give and devise unto my son John Pack for his natural life only three hundred & fifty acres of land adjoining Jacob Osteen & rsquo;s land NW & Thos. Mims & Martin Bird’s, & onenegro man named Bob & from & after his death to such child or children as he may leavealive at his death, but if he should die leaving no child or children, then to be dividedamongst my surviving children & their heirs forever share & share alike.

I Give & devise unto my daughter Sarah, for her sole & seperate use for her natural life only, Three hundred & fifty acres of land more or less whereon she and her husband Thomas Mims now live, buting on Chas. Skinner’s, Jn. Harvins, Henry bird’s & Martin Bird’s land & one negro woman named Sal; for whom I advanced four hundred & fifty dollars to pay for her, & her increase & from & after her death to such child or children as she may leave alive at her death; but if she should die leaving no child or children then to be equally divided amongst my surviving children and their heirs forever share and share alike. I give & devise unto my daughter Nancy, for her sole & separate use for he natural life only, Four hundred & four acres of land binding on Henry Bird’s land S.E. & Thos. Mim’s S.W. whereon she & her husband Martin Bird now live & one negro Girl named Hannah & her increase & from & after her death to such child or children as she may leave alive at her death: but if she should die, leaving no child or children, then to be equally divided amongst my surviving children & their heirs forever share and share alike-- I Give & Devise unto my son Joseph Pack, for his natural life only, Seven hundred & Seven acres of land be there more or lefs whereon he now lives binding on Wm. Murrills land N.E. & one negro man named Jack, & from & after his death to such child or children as he may leave alive at his death; but if he should die leaving no child or children, then to be equally divided amongst my surviving children & their heirs for ever share and share alike— I Give & devise unto my daughter Rebecca Pack for her sole & seperate use, for her natural life only, Three hundred acres of land be the same more or less adjoining S. Broom’ S . Wm. Murrills E. Tho. Sumter’s N.W. & one negro girl named Fillis & her increase & from & after her death to such child or children as she may leave alive at her death; but if she should die leaving no child or children, then to be equally divided amongst my surviving children & their heirs forever share & share alike---I give & devise unto my daughter Mary for her sole & seperate use, for her natural life only, Two hundred acres of land be the same more or less adjoining. Tho. Sumter ’s & Geo. Stacey’s lands the three children of a negro named Sophia, which I lent her & her increase & from & after her death to such child or children as she may leave alive at her Death: but if she should die leaving no children or child, then to be equally divided amongst my surviving children & their heirs forever share & share alike--- I give & devise unto my daughter Dorcas , wife of S. Broom, for her sole & seperate use, for her during her natural life only, Three hundred acres of land adjoining Mr. Bell’s, Wm. Murrill ’s & J.B. Miller’s being part of a tract surveyed by me or granted to me, whereon she now lives, be the same more or less, & the sum of four hundred dollars to be laid out by my executors in the purchase of a negro, that is to say if in my life time I should not let her have a negro, which if I should do, the same negro so given by me or to be purchased to be held by her on the same limitations as the lands & from & after her death to such child or children as she may leave alive at her death; but if she should die leaving no children or child then to be equally divided among my surviving children & their heirs for ever share and share alike--- I give & devise unto my son William Pack for his natural life only, Two hundred & thirty Seven acres of land, known by the name of the Tom field, being one hundred acres to be off of the east end of a tract granted to Thomas Osteen, for two hundred acres, & a negro boy named Harry; from & after his death to such child or children as he may leave alive at his death; but if he should die leaving no children or child, then to be equally divided among my surviving children & their heirs forever share & share alike--- I Give & devise unto my son Benjamin Pack for his natural life only, Two hundred acres of land granted to Seth B**d known by the name of my old place & one negro boy named Israel, & from & after his death to such children or child as he may leave alive at his death; but if he should die leaving no children or child, then to be equally divided among my survivingchildren & their heirs forever share & share alike--- I Give & devise unto my son Alexander for his natural life only, Two hundred acres of land, whereon I now live, (one hundred acres of which is to be off of land granted to Osteen (for two hundred acres) so as to include in the said two hundred acres my dwelling house & out buildings, he paying to my executors herein after named five hundred Dollars if said dwelling house is then standing & not distroyed, saving & reserving to my wife Louisa, the use of said lands & buildings for & during her natural life, (It is not my intention that the said five hundred Dollars should be paid until after the death of my said wife.) & one negro boy named named Edmon , & from & after his death to such child or children as he may leave alive at his death; but if he should die leaving no children or child, then to be equally divided among my surviving children & there heirs forever share & share alike--- I Give & Devise unto my daughter Martha Pack for her sole & seperate use, for her natural life only, Two hundred & twenty acres, one hundred acres of the same to be of lands granted to John Addison-- & the rest off of the west end of lands granted to Osteen; & one negro girl named Nance & her increase & & from & after her death to such children or child as she may leave alive at her death; but if she should die leaving no children or child then to be equally divided among my surviving children & their heirs for ever share and share alike--- I give & bequeath unto my children Rebecca, Martha, William, Benjamin & Alexander & desire that my executors do procure & delive the same to them, out of the funds of my estate, house hold & kitchen furniture, & stock I have given to my other children----- I Give & bequeath unto my wife Louisa Pack for & during the term of her natural life & no longer in lieu & bar of dower, the use of the lands & buildings above mentioned in that part of this my will relative to my son Alexander; & all the rest & remainder of my estate not herein before given & devised away, for the said tern of her natural life: & from & after her death, It is my will that the said personal estate hereby lent to her, her life time, shall be sold by my executors & the proceeds thereof equally divided amongs my surviving children & to be held by them as the property herein respectively given to them is to be held It is also my will that where any disputes may arise about the location & lines of the lands Devised to my children, between them, that my executors or such as may have qualified at the time, shall appoint three persons to settle the same--- Lastly. And I do hereby make, nominate, constitute & appoint, John B. Miller, Edward Wells, John China, & Thomas China, executors of this my last will & testament: hereby revoking and making void all & every other will at any time heretofore fore by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal to the foregoing two sheets of paper, this fifth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Sixteen. Joseph Pack (Seal) Signed & sealed in the presence of us by the said Joseph Pack, who at his behest have hereunto set out hands I.C West Wm. Broadway D. Griffin Joseph B. White (Recorded in will Book D-1, p 174) (Recorded 10 Dec 1827) William Potts Ordy S.D. Bundle 78 Pkg 13

Burial

Packsville Cemetery, Paxville, Clarendon County, South Carolina

Other Sources

  1. United States Census, 1810," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XH2Y-N69 : accessed 10 June 2017), Joseph Pack, Clarendon, Sumter, South Carolina, United States; citing p. 479, NARA microfilm publication M252, roll 61; FHL microfilm 181,420.

Pack-443 was created by Stephanie Holladay through the import of Pina_HOLLIDAYHOLLADAY.ged on Apr 18, 2014.

  • Source: S10532 Text: Information from Chris Parker <chrisfp2394@yahoo.com> on May 16, 2008 Subject: Pack Family Relations - He is from Chapin, South Carolina
  • Source: S14457 Title: RE: Proposed Chnage: John B. Kelly Author: Pam Scott <sandylapper@hotmail.com
  • Source: S51 Text: The Cemeteries of Old Sumter District, Volume II, Clarendon County, South Carolina; Compiled by volunteers of The Sumter County Genealogical Society, Sumter, South Carolina, 1991 Page: page 436
  • Source: S5920 Text: Pack family file #GS3109- Can be found at the Sumter County Genealogical Society
  • Source: S5933 Title: Clarendon’s smallest, oldest town celebrates centennial
  • Source: S5954 Text: Lineage Chart 172 from Volume III
  • Source: S89 Text: A Bradham Family History and Genealogy by Janet Bradham Brewster Page: page 155, 656


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On 11 Jun 2017 at 07:41 GMT Andrea (Stawski) Pack wrote:

Pack-1224 and Pack-443 appear to represent the same person because: Clear Duplicate



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