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THE WARLICK FAMILY OF BURKE COUNTY AND LINCOLN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA

Marjorie Fletcher    Page Update: November 2011

Johann D. Warlick 1

Lewis Warlick 2

John Warlick 3

Daniel Warlick 3

Peter P. Warlick 4

Margaret E. Warlick 5

Bryce M. Collins

JOHANN DANIEL (WAHRLICK) WARLICK AND (1) MARIA MARGARETTA (MARSTELLAR) WARLICK

(2) MARIA BARBARA (SCHINDLER) WARLICK

    Johann Daniel Warlick 1 was born in the year 1709 in Stuttgart, Wurttemberg, Germany. He died in 1772 in Lincoln County, North Carolina. He is thought to be the son of Martin Warlick and Katherine (Clore or Klore) Warlick. He married (1) about 1737 in the Trapp Section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Maria Margaretta Marstellar born about 1715 in Germany; died about 1745 in Oley township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. She is thought to be the daughter of Nicholas Marstellar and Elizabeth (Groesman) Marstellar. He married (2) about 1746 or 1747 in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Maria Barbara Schindler who was born about 1720 and died June 1784 in North Carolina.

    Johann Daniel Warlick came to America on the "Mortonhouse", Robert Coltus, Master 19 August 1729. He resided first in Berks County, Pennsylvania then went south from Macedonia Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania to Lincoln County, North Carolina. Johann Daniel Warlick lived in Berks County for about 20 years before moving his family south to Lincoln County. Johann Daniel Warlick received from the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions about 5,100 acres of land. He operated a grain mill in Lincoln County, starting construction on his mill in 1750. The Warlick's were in the milling trade since their arrival in America.

    Maria Barbara (Schindler) Warlick was born about 1720 and died in 1784 in North Carolina. She and Johann Daniel Warlick were Patriots, furnishing supplies to the Militias of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia during the Revolutionary War. (Source: DAR Maryland State Society Directory of Members and Ancestors 1892-1965).

Children of Johann Daniel (Wahrlick) Warlick 1 and Maria Margaretta (Marstellar) Warlick

1. Johann Daniel Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1)  born 13 September 1738 in the Trapp Section of Philadelphia, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 1759/1760 in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Adam Sherrill was the first white settler in Catawba County, North Carolina. He came there in the mid 1760's and was followed by Henry Weidner. The Indians were very hostile and Henry Weidner and Daniel Warlick II were camping under a tree one night when the Indians attacked them. Weidner and Warlick made a rush for their horses. Weidner took the lead shouting to Warlick to follow him. When they reached a swamp, instead of following Weidner, Warlick took a short cut and his horse became mired in quicksand. The last Weidner saw of his friend Warlick was when he was trying to fight off the Indians using his gun as a club, he was killed by the Indians. When a party of men returned to the scene a few days later and came to the tree where Weidner and Warlick had camped, they found the tree had been painted red as a sign of warning to the white settlers. The "painted" tree was supposedly the result of an earlier massacre of the Mull Family during the French and Indian War. Tradition says the Weidner's and others were forced to leave their homes for safety. The friendly Catawba Indians painted the tree trunk red and agreed to keep it that way until it was safe for the settlers to return. Weidner and a man named Warlick had come back to the present Catawba County area to see if the danger had passed. That is when the attack occurred in which Warlick was killed.

2. Johann Nicholas 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1736 in Oley Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania; died 20 June 1780 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; killed in the Battle of Ramsour's Mill. He married Barbara Eaker.

3. Valentine Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1742 in Oley Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania; died 1787 in York County, South Carolina; buried in Cartersville, Georgia. He married Catherine Whisenhut.

Children of Johann Daniel (Wahrlick) Warlick 1 and Maria Barbara (Schindler) Warlick

1. Mary Margaret Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1746 in Oley Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania; died 19 October 1818. She married in 1769, David Ramsour born 1733, son of Detrick Ramsour, (there is some question as to whether Mary Warlick is the daughter of Maria Margaretta (Marstellar ) Warlick or Maria Barbara (Schindler) Warlick.

2. Philip Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born in 1748 in Oley Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania; died 20 June 1780 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; killed in the Battle of Ramsour's Mill. He was buried on the highest peak of the battlefield. His grave is marked by an imposing monument, same grave as his brother, Captain Nicholas Warlick and a neighbor, Israel Sain. They fought to the death to defend what they thought was a righteous cause. Their bodies are entombed in one grave which is now marked with a handsome stone erected by R. A. Ramsour of Lincolnton, J. M. Barnhardt of Lenoir and three brothers, David, Jacob and Henry Warlick of Lincoln County, all descendants of the brave Captain Nicholas Warlick, a Loyalist who died on the Battlefield. The inscription on the stone reads: "In memory of Nicholas Warlick, a loyal subject of the King, and captain of Volunteers, who, with his brother, Philip Warlick and Israel Sain, died in the battle of Ramsour's Mill here, and were buried in one grave, 20 June 1780. Erected by his descendants, J. M. Barnhardt, R. A. Ramsour, David Henry and Jacob Warlick, 1934"

3. Eva Catherine Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 20 February 1750 in Lancaster County Pennsylvania; died 24 January 1822 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina; buried in Lincolnton in the Old White Church Cemetery. She married in 1766 in Lincoln County, North Carolina (1) General John Martin (2) Jacob Summey.

4. Mary Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1752 in Pennsylvania, she married Henry Hilderbrand born about 1748. (This is the second Mary in this family so her middle name was probably different from the first Mary born in 1746).

5. Maria Barbara Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 17 January 1754 in Oley Township, Berks County, North Carolina; died 14 February 1826 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; buried in the Hoover Cemetery near Daniel's Church in Lincoln County, North Carolina. She married about 1776 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, Thomas Hoover born about 1750.

6. Elizabeth Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born about 1755-1761 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died 17 June 1806 in Lincoln County; buried in the Old White Church cemetery in Lincoln County. She married January 1769 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, Christian Reinhardt, Sr.

7. Lewis Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 12 July 1763 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died 14 May 1834 in Newton, Catawba County, North Carolina; buried in Newton at the Grace Church Cemetery. He married January 1785 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, Mary (Marie) Hoyle.

GENERATION 2

LEWIS WARLICK  AND MARY (HOYLE) WARLICK

    Lewis Warlick 2 (Johann Daniel Warlick 1) was born 12 July 1763 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died 14 May 1834 in Newton, North Carolina; married January 1785 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, Mary Hoyle born 5 April 1767 in Lincoln County. Mary died 5 April 1838 in Newton, North Carolina; buried in Newton, North Carolina in the Grace Lutheran Church Cemetery. Mary was the daughter of Lt. John Hoyle and Margaret Rebecca (Costner/Kestner) Hoyle.

    Lewis Warlick resided in Lincoln County, North Carolina. He is buried in the Grace Lutheran Church cemetery about 9 miles from Newton, North Carolina. Lewis Warlick was the youngest son of Johann Daniel Warlick who came from Stuttgart, Wurttemberg, Germany and married Maria Barbara Schindler and died in 1772. Johann Daniel Warlick is thought to be the son of Martin Wahrlock and Katherine (Klore) Wahrlock, daughter of Martin Klore. Martin Wahrlock took up 100 acres of land on 19 May 1735 by patient from the King of England, George II who ruled from 1727-1760. Lewis Warlick was only 9 years old at the time of his father's death. His part of the estate was held in trust by full brother Philip until he became of age. Philip was killed at the battle of Ramsour's Mill, 20 June 1780. Lincoln County Court of Pleas and quarter Sessions, October 1780 court: "Lewis Warlick, orphan of Daniel Warlock dec'd came into Court and being of legal age made choice of Christopher (Christian) Rinehart as his guardian who gave bond of 10,000 with John Aker and Nicholas Friday, securities". Christian Rinehart was an uncle, married to Lewis' sister, Elizabeth. October Court, 1788; "Deed of Sale from Joseph Dickson to Lewis Warlick for a lot in Lincolnton No. 18 on the East Square dated 10 October 1788 acknowledged". Lewis Warlick moved to Newton, North Carolina and helped found the Grace Lutheran Church there, some 30 miles from Table Rock. "Lewis Warlick claimed 100 acres on Mountain Creek, bordered by his own land, John Wilfong's and John Dellinger's". It is believed this land is close to Newton, North Carolina where he and his wife are buried.

Children of Lewis Warlick and Mary (Hoyle) Warlick

1. Solomon Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 5 December 1791 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died 13 May 1881 in Newton, Catawba County, North Carolina; buried in Newton, Grace Church Cemetery. He married Barbara Warlick (his cousin) born 15 June 1797 in North Carolina; died 1 September 1861 in Newton; buried in Newton, Grace Church Cemetery, daughter of Daniel Warlick III and Margaret (Ramsour) Warlick.

2. Rev. David E. Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1792 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died after 1849. He married 10 December 1827 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, Rachel Seitz.

3. John Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1794 in Burke County, North Carolina; died 12 August 1864 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; buried at Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery at Table Rock. He married 30 August 1819 in North Carolina, Elizabeth (Betsy Baker) Warlick, daughter of John Baker and Catherine (Yoder) Baker.

4. Daniel Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1795 at Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 12 March 1865 at Table rock, Burke County, North Carolina; buried in Oak Hill, Burke County, Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. He married 28 October 1812 Lincoln County, North Carolina, Katherine (Katie) Smith (separated)

5. Philip Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born  1 January 1797 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died 24 January 1878 in Burke County, North Carolina; buried in Warlick's Chapel, Hilterbrand Cemetery, Burke County, North Carolina; He married 24 October 1823 in North Carolina, Sarah Baker, daughter of John Baker and Catherine (Yoder) Baker.

6. Absalom Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1799 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died in Catawba County, North Carolina. He married 28 August 1824 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, Sarah (Sally) Seitz.

7. Peter A. Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 10 February 1801 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died 9 December 1877 in Newton, Catawba County, North Carolina; buried in Newton in Grace Lutheran Church Cemetery. He married 12 January 1826 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, Catherine Shuford (a cousin)

8. Margaret Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1803 at Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; married 23 February 1818 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, John Martin Shuford II (a cousin) born 1773 at Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; son of John Martin Shuford an Eva Catherine (Warlick) Shuford.

9. Barbara Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1805 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; married 10 April 1823 in Lincoln County, North Carolina (1) John Link (2) Eli Rowe (3) Harry Settlemeyer.

10. Unnamed Warlick Child 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1807 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died at birth.

(There are two generation's 3 as Mary Ann Warlick 4 daughter of John Warlick married her first cousin,

Peter Portland Warlick 4, son of Daniel Warlick. John Warlick and Daniel Warlick were brothers)

GENERATION 3

JOHN WARLICK  AND ELIZABETH (BAKER) WARLICK

    John Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born in 1794 in Burke County, North Carolina; died 12 August 1864 at Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; buried at Table Rock in Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. He married on 30 August 1819 in North Carolina, Elizabeth (Betsy) Baker born 1 March 1801 in North Carolina; died 10 July 1860 at Table Rock; buried 12 July 1860 in Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. She was the daughter of John Baker and Catherine (Yoder) Baker.

    John Warlick and his brother, Philip Warlick bought the Irish Creek place near Table Rock in Burke County, North Carolina for $1,500. from John Caldwell who had bought the place from Mr. Alexander in 1810 for $600.  John and Philip Warlick married sisters, Elizabeth and Sarah Baker, daughters of John Baker and Catherine (Yoder) Baker. Philip sold out to John and bought a farm about 5 miles from Hickory, North Carolina and raised his family there. John Warlick conducted a store known far and wide as "Warlick's Store at Table Rock" located a stone's throw from the crossroads. It was of the primitive and prevailing form of architecture and the door was a double one and according to the custom of the times was completely filled on the outside with small nails. The store had a roomy porch in front from which the customers of the place exchanged the neighborhood gossip and discussed the political affairs of the times. (Source: from "Catawba County Heritage").

Children of John Warlick and Elizabeth (Baker) Warlick

1. Sarah Elizabeth Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 21 August 1819 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 23 November 1819 in Burke County; buried in Morganton, Burke County at Quaker Meadows.

2. Adelaide Belinda Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 13 September 1820 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 14 November 1824 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina.

3. Katherine Selina Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 17 May 1822 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 29 April 1892; married Bartlett Renson Sisk born about 1818.

4. David Logan Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 4 January 1824 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 12 May 1864 in Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia; married 1854 in Burke County, Elizabeth A. Kincaid born about 1830. David Logan Warlick was killed in the Battle of Richmond, Virginia. His burial place is unknown. David Logan Warlick, married with children and the oldest of the brothers, enlisted at Gettysburg at the age of 40 years.

5. Mary Ann Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 31 December 1836 in Table Rock in Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. She married 1 January 1842 in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina Peter Portland Warlick (a first cousin) born 10 March 1819 in Murphysboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee; died 13 January 1900 in Table Rock; buried at Table Rock in Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. He was the son of Daniel Warlick and Katherine (Katie Smith) Warlick. Peter Portland Warlick and Mary Ann Warlick were first cousins, their fathers were brothers and the sons of Lewis Warlick and Mary (Hoyle) Warlick. Mary Ann Warlick died at the age of 37 years and before any of her brothers were killed. She left eight children ranging in age from 2-20 years. The oldest, Margaret Elizabeth (Warlick) Collins was married with children. In the 1870 census, the children still at home are listed in the household of unmarried Susan Warlick, the second daughter. Eight of Mary Ann's children received 107 + acres of land from her father John Warlick after his death in 1864 (See Burke County Deed Book A, page 15)

6. Elizabeth Emeline Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 30 December 1827 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 10 September 1860 in Burke County. She married Robert Patton IV, born 12 February 1824; died 2 April 1909 in Table Rock. He was the son of Robert Patton III and Elizabeth (Mauny) Patton.

7. Susannah Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 30 May 1829 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 1869. She married Isaac Fincannon.

8. Margaret (Maggie) Amanda Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 15 December 1831 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 26 August 1893 in Burke County. She is buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Burke County; married 24 December 1860 in Burke County, William Winfield Kincaid, Jr. born 24 November 1823; died 13 May 1910 in Burke County; buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery. (Burke County Heritage says she was born 15 December 1831; died 2 February 1899)

9. John Lewis Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1)  born 12 February 1834 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 9 July 1866 in Morganton, Burke County; buried in Morganton at Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. He married 17 February 1864 in Burke County, Cornelia McGimsey born 1 November 1840 in Burke County, North Carolina; died 28 February 1920 in Burke County; buried in Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. John Lewis Warlick was in the Civil War and was wounded at Gettysburg in 1863. He was captured, recovered and paroled. He rejoined the Army in 1865, died at home in July 1866, presumably from wounds. Cornelia (McGimsey) Warlick married (2) 16 November 1868 in Burke County, North Carolina, William Brown Avery born 5 November 1828; died 22 December 1900 in Burke County, North Carolina.

10. Sidney Monroe Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 24 January 1826 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 24 October 1864 in Morganton, Burke County; buried in Morganton in Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. Sidney was a casualty of the Civil War, dying of typhoid.

11. Martha Ann Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 7 December 1837 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 2 February 1899 in Morganton, Burke County, She married 24 April 1860 in Burke County, James Monroe Kincaid born about 1832.

12. Lieut. Portland A. Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2 Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 29 October 1839 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 28 Dec 1863 in Richmond, Virginia. Portland was wounded in the Civil War at the battle of Gettysburg 3 July 1863. He was hospitalized in Richmond then died of typhoid pneumonia while in the hospital.

13. Lieut. Pinkney A. Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 21 October 1841 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 28 June 1864 in a Richmond, Virginia hospital of the measles.

14. Harriet Matilda Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3. Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 28 November 1843 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 9 April 1903. She married on 20 November 1866 Samuel Commodore Kerley born 2 May 1841 in Burke County, North Carolina; died 27 April 1905 in Burke County, North Carolina. Harriet was buried in the Kerley graveyard overlooking the John's River but was reburied in the 1950's at Forest Hill Cemetery.

15. William Julius Warlick 4 (John Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1)  born 18 April 1846 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 8 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia. William Julius Warlick was a Major in the Confederate Navy. He was killed on the day before the surrender at Appomattox Court House 8 April 1865. He initially enlisted in the Army then became a Major in the Confederate Navy, then rejoined the Army.

(There are two generation's 3 as Peter Portland Warlick 4, son of Daniel Warlick and Katherine (Smith) Warlick married his first cousin,

Mary Ann Warlick 4, daughter of John Warlick 3. Daniel Warlick and John Warlick were brothers)

GENERATION 3

DANIEL WARLICK  AND KATHERINE (SMITH) WARLICK

    Daniel Warlick 3 (Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born in 1795 (from census records) in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 12 March 1865 in table Rock. He is buried in Oak Hill, Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Burke County, North Carolina. He married 28 October 1812 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, Katharine (Katie Smith) Warlick (separated) born 1795 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died after 1850 in Georgia. She was the daughter of Peter Smith and Hannah (Bess) Smith.

    Daniel Warlick resided in Lincoln, Burke, and Cabarrus Counties in North Carolina and in the state of Georgia. He was a farmer and moved about, spending part of his time in Georgia, part in eastern North Carolina and part in Lincoln County. He and Katie were separated.

Children of Daniel Warlick  and Katherine (Smith) Warlick

1. Alfred E. Warlick 4 (Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1814 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died after 1890, probably in Tennessee. He married about 1835 in North Carolina, Elizabeth Fisher born 2 February 1810 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died around 1880. Alfred was a farmer, gold miner and a millwright. It was told that Alfred was away from home for long periods of time building mills. In the fall of 1859 Alfred packed his mill tools and extra large saddle bags telling his family he had another mill to build. He was not heard from again.

2. Mary Ann Warlick 4 (Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 26 May 1816 in Lincoln County, North Carolina; died 15 December 1882 in Roy, Gilmore County, Georgia. She married 20 September 1835 in Burke County, North Carolina, John Ballew.

3. Peter Portland Warlick 4 (Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 10 March 1819 in Murphysboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee; died 13 January 1900 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; buried in Table Rock, Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. He married 1 January 1842 in Morganton, Burke County (1) Mary Ann Warlick born 31 December 1826 in Table Rock, Burke County; died 13 April 1863 in Table Rock; buried in Table Rock in Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. She was the daughter of John Warlick and Elizabeth (Baker) Warlick. Peter Warlick and Mary Ann Warlick were first cousins. He married (2) in 1868 in Burke County, North Carolina, Verlinchia Teams, widow of John C. Carlton and daughter of Peter Teems and Jemima (Harbeson) Teams.

4. Selina Warlick 4 (Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1821 in Burke County, North Carolina. She married Mr. Henson.

5. Lewis Warlick 4 (Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1823 in Burke County, North Carolina.

6. Sarah C. Warlick 4 (Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1825 in Burke County, North Carolina. She married 23 February 1847 in Burke County, Abner Fisher.

7. Lafayette Warlick 4 (Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 1827 in Burke County, North Carolina. He married Elizabeth Wade.

8. Emma (Emily) Warlick 4 (Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 9 August 1838 in North Carolina; died 9 August 1878. She married 6 September 1855 in Rutherford County, North Carolina, Lawson Henderson Smart born 10 February 1833.

GENERATION 4

PETER PORTLAND WARLICK AND MARY ANN (WARLICK) WARLICK

Peter Warlick

Robert Warlick

Peter Portland Warlick, father

Lewis Warlick

John Warlick

l-r: Susan, Mary, Margaret

    Peter Portland Warlick 4 (Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) was born 10 March 1819 in Murphysboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee; died 13 January 1900 in Table rock, Burke County, North Carolina; buried in Table Rock at the Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. He married on 1 January 1842 in Morganton, Burke County, Mary Ann Warlick 4, born 31 December 1826 in Table Rock; died 13 April 1863 at Table Rock; buried in Mt. Grove Methodist Church Cemetery. She was the daughter of John Warlick 3 and Elizabeth (Baker) Warlick. Portland Warlick resided on a farm at Table Rock, some records show his name as Portland Warlick. Portland and Mary Ann Warlick were first cousins. He married (2) in 1868 in Burke County, North Carolina, Verlinchia Teams, widow of John C. Carlton and daughter of Peter Teems and Jemima (Harbeson) Teems.

Children of Peter Portland Warlick and Mary Ann (Warlick) Warlick

1. Margaret Elizabeth Warlick 5 (Peter Portland Warlick 4, Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 24 December 1842 in Table Rock, Burke County, North c    Carolina; died 17 March 1911 in Junction City, Geary County, Kansas; buried in Junction City in Humboldt Valley Cemetery. She married Brice Monroe Collins, son of Joseph Lafayette Collins and Elizabeth Ann Truehart (Johnson) Collins. See THE COLLINS FAMILY.

2. Susan C. Warlick 5 (Peter Portland Warlick 4, Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 4 October 1844 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 1 June 1930 in Burke County. She married 30 January 1878 in Burke County, North Carolina, Martin A. Galloway born 1847 in North Carolina; died 1922 in Burke County, North Carolina. He was the son of Benjamin and Patsy Galloway. Susan moved to Kansas in the 1870's but moved back to North Carolina by 1878 as she married Martin Galloway in Burke County. They lived on Upper Creek, had no children.

3. Lewis Calvin Warlick 5 (Peter Portland Warlick 4, Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 14 October 1846 in Table rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 24 October 1907 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. He married about 1876 in Kansas (1) Janie Bell (2) 1 January 1894 Rebecca Estill Campbell born 11 January 1863 in Austin, Texas; died 10 July 1920 in San Diego, California. Lewis Calvin Warlick enlisted 16 May 1864 in Company C, 72nd Regt., North Carolina Infantry. He was elected in 1892, County and District Clerk of Childress County, Texas for 6 years. He moved to Kansas about 1868 with younger brother, John. He lived in Ellsworth County, Kansas in the 1870 Census and was in railroad construction. In 1880 he was in Young County, Texas with his wife Janie and children. Sometime in the 1880's he moved to Childress, Texas with the railroad. He was widowed about 1891 and remarried in 1894. He died of gallbladder complications in 1907.

4. Laura (Louisa) Warlick 5 (Peter Portland Warlick 4, Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 25 November 1848 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died about 1880 in Carthage, Missouri. She married 3 October 1874 in Junction City, Geary County, Kansas, Theodore Burr.

5. John C. Grayson Warlick 5 (Peter Portland Warlick 4, Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 15 January 1851 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 23 November 1878 in Junction City, Geary County, Kansas; buried in Humboldt Valley Cemetery. He married Mary Fox Wingfield born about 1852. John enlisted in CSA (Confederate States of America), Company "C", North Carolina Junior Reserves with brother Lewis Calvin Warlick 16 May 1864 at Camp Vance. He was captured 25 December 1864 at Fisher, taken to Point Lookout, released 21 June 1865. Took the Oath of Allegiance in order to be paroled. He moved to Kansas with brother Lewis about 1868, was in Ellsworth, Kansas in the 1870 census in railroad construction. John became a buffalo hunter and died at an early age.

6. Peter L. Warlick 5 (Peter Portland Warlick 4, Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick1) born 14 July 1853 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died in Illinois. He married 3 March 1888 in Donnellson, Illinois, Katherine Jane "Kitty" Thacker. Peter L. Warlick left North Carolina the first time 7 May 1872. He lived in Greenville, Illinois. All his children were born in Donnellson, Illinois.

7. Rev. Robert L. Warlick 5 (Peter Portland Warlick 4, Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 7 June 1857 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 25 January 1896 in Portsmouth, North Carolina. He married 9 March 1887 in Maysville, Onslow County, North Carolina, Dora Coston. Robert L Warlick was a Methodist Minister at the Methodist and Episcopal Church south of Portsmouth, North Carolina. He and his sister Susan were the only children of Peter Portland and Mary Ann Warlick who remained in North Carolina.

8. Mary Ann Matilda Warlick 5 ( Peter Portland Warlick 4, Daniel Warlick 3, Lewis Warlick 2, Johann Daniel Warlick 1) born 26 April 1860 in Table Rock, Burke County, North Carolina; died 27 May 1933 in McAllen, Texas; buried in Humboldt Valley Cemetery Geary County, Kansas. She married 1 September 1879 in Geary County, Kansas, Gustavis Adolphus Wingfield. Mary Ann was a school teacher in her younger years.

This concludes the descendants of Johann Daniel Warlick 1 and Maria Barbara (Schindler) Warlick as the Warlick Family now merges with the Collins Family. Margaret Elizabeth Warlick 5 born 24 December 1842 in Burke County, North Carolina married Brice Monroe Collins 4 born 12 November 1832 in Burke County, North Carolina. See the links below.

 

THE COLLINS FAMILY    BRICE MONROE COLLINS 4    BRYCE MONROE COLLINS 5

 

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