Person:Charles Hedrick (5)

Charles 'Casper' Hedrick
m. 28 JAN 1732/33
  1. John Hedrickabt 1732 - Abt 1810
  2. Charles 'Casper' Hedrick1733/34 - 1802
  3. Jacob HedrickAbt 1744 -
  • HCharles 'Casper' Hedrick1733/34 - 1802
  • WBarbara Conrad1742 - ABT 1802
m. 27 FEB 1764
  1. Frederick HedrickBET 1765 AND 1768 - 1846
  2. Magdalena HedrickABT 1770 -
  3. Barbara Hedrick1774 - Bef 1850
Facts and Events
Name[3] Charles 'Casper' Hedrick
Alt Name[1] Carl Johann Casper Hedderich
Gender Male
Birth? 14 MAR 1733/34 Langenselbold,Hessen, Germany
Christening? 14 MAR 1733/34 As per LDS
Immigration? 27 SEP 1746 Rotterdam to Phila. on "Ann Galley"
Marriage 27 FEB 1764 Peaked Mountain Church, Augusta (later Pendleton) County, Virginiato Barbara Conrad
Death[2] 24 MAR 1802 Pendleton Co., VA (now WV)
Burial? UNKNOWN Old Conrad Cemetery, Pendleton, Co. VA (now WV)

Charles Hedrick was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records of Charles Hedrick in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:


  • Page 409.--__ _____, ____. Jacob Conrad's will--To son, Jacob, testator's dwelling place; to daughter, Barbara, the place she lives on (wife of Charles Hedrick); to daughter, Elizabeth, the place she lives on, bought of Christopher Thompson and James Skidmore, wife of George Fisher: to daughter Mary Conrad's two children, Margaret Barlet, John Clifton, land bought from Saml. Caplinger; to Jonas Friend, a debt to be paid; son to sign his three sisters their deeds by his Earship. Teste: Wolerey Conrad, John Skidmore, George Kile. Proved, 19th March, 1776 (translation by George Carpenter) by the witnesses. Jacob Conrad qualifies administrator. (Note: proves that Jacob Conrad was the father-in-law of Charles Hedrick).
  • Page 403.--9th January, 1790. Organization of Staunton Fire Company. W. Bowyer, Michael Bowyer, Alex. St. Clair, Ro. Gamble, James Lyle, Jr., Robert Stuart, Daniel Donovan, A. Stuart, Wm. Abney, R. Douthat, W. Chambers, Jno. and Samuel Boys, P. Heiskell, Jacob Peck, Ro. McDowell, Michael Garber, Michael Sifort, Jacob Geiger, Adam Bickle, James Megongal, A. Waterman, Robert McCullough, J. Holmes for Robert Astrop, Joseph Dickey, John Gorden, Michael Garber, Jr., A. Mustoe, Alex. Humphreys, Geo. Harden, Jno. Fleiger, Sol. Wolfort, Jno. Price, Hugh McDowell, Wm. Forbes, Jno. ( ) Moore, Margt. Reed, Wm. Sharyer, Andrew Cutler, Jno. Gunn, Wm. McDowell, North and Mathews, Alex. Nelson, Jr., Jno. Bosang, Chr. Grove, James McLoughlin, Jno. ( ) Gates, Smith Thompson, Francis Huff, Michael Cawley, Christian Mummer, Nicholas Faulkler, Samuel Merrit, Daniel Kidd, Jno. Tennant, Geo. Weifford, Isaac Ong, Charles Hedrick, Joshua Parry, Henry, Spering, Anthony ( ) Ingleton, Jno. Backenst, James Kenner.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1799 (C to Z). - Charles Hedrick, Jr., son of Charles Hedrick, of Staunton, binds himself to Adam Bickle, a saddler, 1789.

Information on Charles Hedrick

Came with Carol, Georg Heydderigh on the "Ann Galley" to Phila 27th, Sept 1746. Capt. William Wilson from Rotterdam. - Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Page 361.

Family historians differ on birthdate/place from 1734 in Ruderhan, Germany or 1733/34 or 14 MARCH 1740/41 in Langenselbold, Hessen, Germany to 1740 in Pendleton County, Virginia (now West Virginia).

Fact Patriot of the American Revolution Event: Fact Came from Ruderhan, Germany Event: Fact Settled below Ruddle between Franklin and Upper Track, Virginia From: <ChrisEyeC@@aol.com> Subject: Re: [WVPENDLE-L] Charles Hedrick Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 22:47:13 EDT charles hedrick, sr. patriotic service rockingham co, va furnished supplies to the american army bullocks.. married to barbara conrad.....he has been approved since at least jan 1993 chris


Immigrant's surname:   HEDDERICH/HEDRICK
 Immigrant's given name(s):   Carl Johann Henrich (Charles)
           Place of origin:   Saxony Germany
                 Ship name:   Ann Galley
                      Port:   Philadelphia
         U.S. arrival date:   27 Sept 1746
     Source of information:   Old Hedderich document by Hedrick researcher

Notes: Relating to George, second son of Carl Johann Henrich (Charles) Hedderich, it is known that he arrived in Philadelphia with along with his father and brother Casper and presumably others in their families, on September 27, 1746 aboard the ship "Ann Galley", captained by William Wilson. Unlike his father and brother, George appears to have been absent the day they took their required Oath of Alliegence. Casper and Carl's mark appears near their names on the register, but no mark appears next to George's name. Nothing else is know about George after 1757. This is excerpt from the article. I am related through the son Casper Hedrick who had a son Charles who made his ho Pendleton county Va. now WVA.

              Submitted by:   Rebecca Lucas
             Email address:   rlucas@@neo.rr.com
                   address:   350 Shenandoah Blvd.
                              Barberton, Ohio 44203

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References
  1. AFN: CG76-DX.
  2. Ancestry.com: Dana Thomas Sun Apr 11 22:23:10 2004 http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~danasite/.

    Ancestry.com: Dana Thomas Sun Apr 11 22:23:10 2004.

  3. Chalkley, Lyman. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement in Virginia: Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 1745-1800. (Rosslyn, Virginia: The Commonwealth Printing Company, 1912-1913 in Three Volumes).