Sex dating in smoaks south carolina
Smoke -born 2-7-1784 died 10-2-1882 Note: David Smoke -born 1785 died 1853 Note: I have also found several sources who mention a daughter, Betsy, but I have found no other info on her except her name.
Note: Son William married Elizabeth Griffith and moved to Colleton County and acquired a tract of land where the town of Smoaks is now located.
Not long after the land exchange, a family dispute concerning the property ensued. This was more than likely Andrew Smoke and his son David Smoke.
The result was that the Orangeburg family changed their name to Smoak while those in Colleton County kept the name Smoke. David Smoke had married Susan Charity (Lottie) Prine.
Sold his property in Orangeburg, SC and moved to Colleton Co., SC bought property and settled.
Buried in Smoak"s Cemetary located in Colleton County, South Carolina.
Evidence presented at trial proved that Jackson, Mc Millan, and Miller participated in a conspiracy to commit sex trafficking in South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina.
Norton of Charleston presided over the trial and will impose sentence at a later date.
He was a veteran of the Revolutionary War and the government placed a marker on his grave which states: Note: "Private, S. Militia, Revolutionary War August 15, 1834." There is also a large headstone with his name and dates and the names of three of his wives: Miss Stroman, Mrs. Note: Andrew (Rauch)Smoke served 110 days as a private in the S. Note: Reference: Stub Entries to Idents issued in payment of claims against S. After her death, he married the Widow Anna Catherine Stroman, wife of Mary Catherine's brother; then a Miss Rice, and a Miss Gilbert. His household was composed of one male over 16, six males under 16, and four females. This indicates that his first wife had already died and the children of his second wife by her first husband, Mr.Seven of the defendants in the conspiracy pled guilty prior to the trial of Jackson, Mc Millan, and Miller. "The facts of this case are repugnant, and the victims - and the police officers who rescued them from the hell they were living - are nothing less than heroes." The case was investigated by agents from the North Charleston Police Department and the ICE- Homeland Security Investigations.Assistant United States Attorneys Matt Austin and Rhett De Hart of the Charleston office prosecuted the case.The other was a grant of 503 acres in a tract surveyed by Mr. Matthews Burial: Smoak Cemetary (off Hwy.21) Colleton, Co., SC.
Note: BIOGRAPHY: He was named in his father,s will as Andreas Rauch and later changed his name to Andrew Smoke.
----------------------------------------------- Father: Johann Georg RAUCH b: in Oberheim, Rheinland, Pfaltz, Germany Mother: Maria KOHLER b: WFT Est. 1799-1824 ----------------------------------------------- Children ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Info taken from