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ALEXANDER MACK & PETER MACK - #19B
Mock Family Historian Working Chart for Peter Mack of VA & NC


This chart has been divided in two parts. Johannes Mack of Berks Co., PA is part 1

2 - Alexander Mack brother to Johannes & Peter, arrived on ship St. Andrew from Rotterdam, qualifying at PA 23 Sep 1752. It has been said that his wife was with him. (Not proven)

Note: Peter Mack, b. 1742 Germany - it does not seem likely that he was a brother to Johannes Mack b. ca 1712

3 - Peter Mack b. 1742 Germany ; m. PA, Barbara Martin; d. ca 1816/17 Iredell Co., NC to Rowan Co., NC 1784 - 86
From History of Damascus Virginia 1793-1950 by Louise Fortune Hall: The first name given to the community that is now Damascus was Mocks Mill, for the grist mill built by Henry Mock, the first of the Mock family to settle here. Henry Mock was b. in 1794 in Davie Co., NC, where his grandfather, Peter Mock, settled after coming from Germany to PA about 1752. (Notes 1 & 4) Ed. Note: If Peter was b. 1742 he would have been 10 yrs. old in 1752 and too young to be on passenger list.

Documentation:
Note 1. - The 1790 Census for the old Heidelberg Lutheran Congregation in Rowan Co. listed the following adult males as heads of households: Peter Mock, Peter Mock, Jr., Henry Mock, John Mock and Jacob Mock.
Note 2. Heidelberg Church baptismal records.
Note 3. Heidelberg Church marriage records.
Note 4. 1816 estate record on Peter Mock of Iredell Co., found in Rowan Co. estate records
Note 5. The Mock Family from the Davie Co. Enterprise Record, June 26, 1980, written by Ann Sheek & submitted by Edith Clark

#1 - Johannes Mack - Emigrants from Wuerttemberg - The Adolph Gerber Lists, pg. 87
The Will of John Mack of Reading, Berks Co., PA dated 15 Apr 1782 and probated 2 Oct 1784 mentions wife Judith, and sons George, Theobald, Philip, Godliep and Jacob. Witnesses: John Strohecker and John Shoemaker, Berks Co. Will Abstracts I, 333-4 GSP

#1.2 - Devault Mock & wife, Phoebe Clinard
Will of Philip Clinard 23 Mar 1802 - Rowan Co., NC No probate date. Wife, not named, to have all negres and personal estate. Son: Daniel Clinard to have all my land with promise that he not sell it until his youngest dau Phebe came of age. He is also to maintain his mother in her room. Son: Clinard (sic) to have $100. Dau: Phebe Mock to have Dutch Bible. Son: Laurence Clinard to have 5 shillings. Grandson, Jacob, son of Philip to have $25 and his bro. John Mock to have $20. Granddaughter: Mary Stanly, Wife of Reuben Stanly, to have $15, Sons: Henry, Jacob and Peter Clinard, Dau: Catherine Miller, Exrs: son Jacob Clinard, grandson, John Mock (Son of Devalt Mock & Phebe his wife or widow now) Wit. Exekiel Brown, Jacob Brummell. (MFH 1,4, May 1992. By Delma Ashcroft

#1.2.3 - John Mock and Mary Horney - Family group sheet from R. Thompson, 6905 Grape Grove Rd., So. Solon, OH 43153 (submitted 7 Nov 1983)

#1.3 - Philip Mock - Hannah Walk
Lexington Rowan County July(sic) /Sept 1822 ordered by the court that the Sheriff summon a jury of twelve men to lay off the dower of Hannah Mock with Ezekiel Brown, surveyor. J. W. Giles (sic)
Will: State of No. Carolina, Rowan County in obeduence to the annexed writ 1 James Wideman O.S. (sic) of the County aforesaid on the 5th day of March 1822 attended by John Monroe, Jonathan Manlove, William Manlove, Jacob Brummel, Newell Sapp, William Bodenhamer, Andrew Clinard, Stephen Guefsford, Elijah Haworth, John Welborn, John Bodenhamer, William Hitchccoft (sic) freeholders unconnected with Hannah Mock widow of Philip Mock deceased, or the heirs or dowers (sic) of Philip Mock by consar (sic) quinity (sic) or affinity, and intirely disinterested by me duly summoned come in proper person to a certain plantation, whereof the said, Philip Mock died seized _____, mentioned in the annexed unit, lying on Abbotts Creek in the county aforesaid, containing eight hundred and ten acres more or less and the face holders aforesaid being duly sworn and requires to allot and set off to said Hannah Mock one third part of the said land, did allot and set off to her the said Hannah Mock the tract or portion of the same, included and comprised within the following limits and bounds to with B-------a stake thence W. eighty chains to a stake, then seventeen chains and seventy links to a post oak, then forty eight chains and thirty links to a stake then south forty chains and thirty seven and a half links to a stake, then E. thirty one chain and seventy links to a stake and from thence N. to the beginning, containing two hundred and seventy acres more or less and including the dwelling house or mantion (sic) of the said Philip Mock together with the out houses UE (sic) as in anywise apportaining which being done of the said Sheriff and freeholders aforesaid put the said Hannah Mock in possession of the premises. In witness whereof the said freeholders have herewith set their _____hands and seals this day and year aforesaid.

June 1819 and signed by him in German, is not recorded in the Rowan Co. Will Books but survives among the original wills at the NC Archives. This is the will of a prosperous settler in the area of Rowan that became Davidson Co., a man with married grandchildren and a wife young enough that the prospect of children in essence was a possibility. The will is even more interesting in that it was witnessed by one of the legatees, David Mock , son of the testator and the first Clerk of Court in the newly formed county of Davidson, a man of success, as the records show, lay on something firmer than his ability to manage money. The law, then and now, stated that a man who receives by a Will cannot be a witness to it. But the signature of the witness and that of the son and co-executor are undeniably identical. The invalidation of the Will by the legatee-witness provides the reason the Will was never probated.

Rowan Co., NC Register Vol. 7 No. 2 1992. By Louise Clark

Documents taken from the Internet, written by Robert Mock, M.D.

Guardianship: State of North Carolina - Know all men by these presents, that we William Rodenham, John Monroe, Jacob Mock, Jacob Brummice are held and firmly bound unto Alexander Caldcerul(sic) Exekial Brown ?O(six) John Hudgen so(six) Esquires and the rest of the Justices assigned to keep the peace for Rowan County, in the just and full sum of four thousand pounds, current money of the said state, to be paid to the said Caldclump (sic) Brown, Hudgens or their successors: to the which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents, Sealed with our seals and dates 12 day of May 1820.
Whereas the above bounden William Bodenhammer hath been this day, by the worshipful court of said county, appointed Guardian to Philip Mock. now the condition of the above obligation is such, that if the said William Bodenhammer guardian as aforesaid, shall well and truly discharge his said guardianship, by taking care of and improving all the estate belonging to the said orphan, and shall also settle his guardianship accounts with the court of said county, as is required by law; and that he will deliver up to the said Philip Mock or to such other person as the court may appoint if required all such estate as he ought of right to be possessed of, or sooner if required, agreeable to the true intent and meaning of the act of the General Assembly in such case made and provided: then this obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.
Signed and sealed in the presence of J.W.L (sic) W. Bodenhammer, J M? Monroe, Jacob Mock, Jacob Brummer

NOTE: - Who is this Philip Mock, orphan?? What county in NC??

People in Community: Jacob Brummel Sr., d. 1789 in Rowan Co., lived on Abbotts Creek and was a neighbor of Philip Mock, Sr., Devolt Mock, Martin Walk and Philip Leinert. It is believed that his daughter, Sarah Little (mentioned in the will) later married Godliep Mock and was the progenitor of all the Mock children mentioned in the Philip Mock Family Bible now located in the University of Arkansas. There were three witnesses. Elke Hall translated anames, John Morrow, who copied the sill and Schangraber or Schaugraber, and Daniel Sasman, (Sassmann)
Ron Moore, Jan 27, 1997

#133 - John Mock, son of Phillip - Journal of NC Genealogy, Vol. XII, #1 1966, Wm Perry Johnson, Ed.
From: Deed Bk C, Dallas Co., AL - This power of attorney from Henry Lodford and other to Jacob Mock, all of North Carolina, was executed by the aforesaid brothers and sisters, namely, Henry Ledford & Caty, his wife; Wm. Hayworth & Elizabeth, his wife, and David Enochs, who are the children of Mary, who was a sister of the whole blood of said John, deceased; likewife Wm. Spurgin & Margaret his wife, being a sister of the half-blood of said John appoint Jacob Mock a brother to said John deceased, their attorney, to receive their shares from the administrator of said estate Dated 17 Mar 1832. Signed in presence of Charles Hoover, J.P., Davidson Co NC. David Mock, clerk, and Wm. R. Holt, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter-sessions, Davidson Co NC
(Ed. Note) Not all of Johns brothers & sisters are listed in this Deed (according to the chart).???

#13A4 - Mose Mock - Partial Genealogy by Gene Mock
#15 Jacob Mack/Mock - from Heritage of Davidson Co., NC 1982 The Jacob Mock Family
In the year 1752, the Ship St. Andrews docked in the harbor on the PA coast. She had sailed from Rotterdam with a ship load of passengers headed for a life in the unknown new world. Among those hardy passengers was a man by the name of John Mock with his 4 sons, George, Theobold, Phillip & Godlip. They qualified in what is now the state of PA 23 Sep 1752. A fifth son, b. 14 Mar 1753, came to NC in 1784. He is remembered for his service in the American Revolution.

From the Commonwealth of PA, PA Historical and Museum Commission, there are the words: 28 July 1972 To Whom it may concern: This is to certify that one Jacob Mock was enrolled as a private, Third Class, Captain Beattys First Company, second Battalion Chester County Militia according to the evidence of a Return of First Four Classes ordered on a Tour of Duty dated August 2, 1780.

Residence ascribed: Eastern East Nantmeal Township.
Little is known of Jacob Mock. He married Julianna Kappus (9 Mar 1767 - 14 Mar 1836). He was the father of 6 children, one of whom was Adam Mock of the Midway community.
Jacob Mock was a Moravian. He is buried in Friedburg Cemetery. Forsyth Co NC.
(Jacobs children taken from Records of the Moravians in NC - MFH Vol. II, #1 1993)
Phillip Mack d. before 1824; wife Hannah Walk m.(2nd) John Gladfelder
Note: The Moravian records may prove that this Jacob is indeed the son of Johannes. The record indicates that his birth was 1752. Philip, bro. of Jacob was b. 27 Oct 1752 - impossible for both to be b. in same year. If Philip was born on that date, it would mean he was b. 1 month after they arrived in PA.

From Moravians in North Carolina by Reichel - Jacob Mack b. 1753 Reading, PS; d. 1836 Davidson Co

Chart compiled by James J. Mock of Winston-Salem NC - December 1936 for John Mock> Jacob Mock> Adam Mock> David C. Mock

#3.1.1 - Fredrick Mock, son of Peter Mock Jr. & Elizabeth - from Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser, Pioneers of Catawba Co., NC by James & Mary Moser Beddingfield. Quote: traces the Moser migration from Germany to PA to MD where they became Moravian & then moved to Surrey Co. NC, near Salem. Sometime before 1790 Jacob Moser Jr. moved with his parents from Frederick Co., MD to Lincoln Co., NC. 10 Jun 1817 Jacob Moser Jr. bought his 4 brothers share of 150 acres on Elk Shoal Creek. 15 Eugust 1835 Jacob Moser Jr. bought 701 acres of land on Elk Shoal Creek just across the Catawba River in Iredell Co., later to become Alexander Co., NC. His dau. Elizabeth (Mrs. Frederick Mock) & her family were neighbors on the 1840 census. The MOCK home is still standing. According to tradition it was built by Moser slaves ca1840and was the first brick house built in what is now Alexander Co. (A photo of the house appears in the MOSER book.

Elizabeth MOCK was bur. beside her husband Frederick MOCK at Marvin United Methodist Church Cemetery in Alexander Co.
On 28 Sep 1858 Henry Moser purchased 300 acres from Frederick MOCK. This land joining Frederick Mock edge of Mocks mill pond. The deed contained some unusual wording to the effect that Henrys heirs would pay a penalty if the land was not sold back to the Mock family after Henrys death. (Henry Mosers plantation was sold back to Frederick Mocks sons, Henry & Jacob in 1866. Frederick Mocks dau. Lavina was an heir of Henry Moser.) He willed 6 negro slaves to Lavina. Lavina Mock Young, wife of Samuel Young

#3.2 - Note 5 - Henry Mock died in 1841 and the Davie Co., estate papers for that year list the following children: George Mock, Peter Mock, Sally Mock Binkley, Henry Mock Jr., Mary Mock Sheek & William Mock. William migrated to Henry Co., IN and his brother Henry Jr. moved to Washington Co., VA. Note: this chart does not list the daughters as they are listed in the estate papers. ??

#3.2.3.0 - Emanuel Hoser Mock, son of Henry & Nancy Gibbs Mock - History of Tennessee - 30 East Tennessee Counties - Johnson Co.

#3.2.2.6 - Henry Mock, son of Peter Mock III - History of the Sheek Family 1753-1973 - by Ann Ellis Sheek

#3.5 - Mary Ann Miller, husband, Henry Miller. Their 1st child was Julian (Juliana?) Miller b. 1795. In 1860 Marcus Mauck b. 1825; who m. Deliliah Fry was living with Julian Miller family. Is there a connection between these families?

#3.6.3 - David Mock - no info. Could this be the David Wm. Mock b. 4 Nov 1821 Davidson Co. NC; d. 20 d Nov 1869 Walker Co., TX; m.10 Nov 1852 TX Margaret Elizabeth Murray? See Pedigree chart of Julia Willhoite

#3.8 - Lewis Mocks death certificate (K. Purtich)

Researchers:
Delma Ashcraft - 16 Truman Drive, S. Hutchinson, KS 67505 - Peter > Andrew > Wm. Henry
Robert Barritt - 4917 47th St., Lubbock TX 79414-3233 - Peter > John > Barbara m. Tennison Chesire
Joanne Barton - Rt. 5, Box 167-A, Osceola, IA 50213 - Peter > John > George m. Lucinda Pippin
Lisa Chandley - 1676 Grist Mill Dr. NE, Marietta, GA 30062 - Johannes > Philip > George > Mary Mollie/ Moses Tesh
Patty Chiles - 114 Sunrise Drive, Jackson, MO 63755 - Johannes >
Edith Louise Clark - 1903 Memorial Dr., Springfield, OH 45505 - Johannes > DeVault > Catherine m. F. Houck Sr.
Kenneth Darling - deceased
Jan Dickenson - 863 S. Park St., Fairmont, MN 56031 - Peter > John > George > Nancy
Ann M. Farmer - 4515 Greenglen Lane, Durham, NC 27705 - Peter III > Henry > William
Beth Federspiel - 12129 Kei /riadm f/irt /watbe UB 46845 - Devault > Daniel > Jeremiah > Thomas F.
Ron Floyd - 20916 42nd Ave. S.E., Bothell, WA 98021 - Peter > John > John M. > George Tennyson
Ernie Grubb - 1745-A Haywood Manor Rd., Hendersonville, NC 28791 - Peter > Henry > Peter III
Richard Hay - 1605 Summit Dr., Waynesboro, VA 22980 - Peter > John > George > Sarah
Ed Heral - 7815 Orion St., Loves Park, IL 6111-3134 - Johannes > Devault > Catherine
John Mauk Hilliard - Office of Student Affairs, Lehman College, Bronx, NY 10468
Eileen Hinther - Rt. 2, Box 60, Selman OK 73834-9625 - Johannes > Phillip > Moses > David William
Robert Howell - R.R.1, Box 12, Montgomery City, MO 63361-9705 - Peter > Henry > William B.
Mary Knowles - RR 1, Box 78, Toulon, IL 61483 - Peter > John > John M. > William A.
Steve Lapp - 290 County Road 454, Hondo, TX 78861 stevelapp@juno.com
Thomas Liby - 828 Cavanaugh Dr., South Bend, IN 46617-2205 - Johannes > Devault > Daniel > Jeremiah > Thomas F.
Richard McReynolds - 1901 S.W. Arnold Ave., Topeka, KS 66604-3310 - Johannes > Phillip > Moses > Francis A.
Christine Miller - 95 Lon Israel Rd., Candler, NC 28715 - Peter > Mary A. Margaret m. Henry Miller
Gene Mock - Rt. 9 Box 64-5, Fayetteville, AR 72701 - Partial Genealogy of Moses Mock of N.C. & Arkansas
George Mock - 3101 Shore Road, Fort Collins, CO 80524 - Johannes > Devault > John
Kathryn Mock - 41920 County Rd. N, Mancos, CO 81328 - Peter > Andrew > Wm. Henry
Robert Mock, M.D. -1120 Medical Plaza Dr. #380, The Woodlands, TX 77380 - Peter > Andrew > Wm. Henry > Phillip F.
Timothy Mock - 116 Ridgeview Place, Bluffton, IN 46714 - Devault > Daniel > Emsley > Levi > Charles
Thomas Mock - 1681 N.W. 12th Ave, Homestead, FL 33030-2935 - Devault > Daniel > Jeremiah L. > William Luther
W. Allen Mock - 7824 Curtisdale Rd., Richmond, VA 23231 - Peter > Louis > James Andrew
Mary Lou Pappas - 7111 W. Wisconsin Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53213 - Johannes > Devault > John > Deborah (deceased )
Kathryn Purtich - 717 Ronald Cr., Los Altos, CA 94024 - Peter > John > Mary
Elizabeth Sanford - 6223 Prospect Rd., San Jose, CA 95129 - Johannes > Philip > David > Franklin
William Springer - 1724 Irving St., Beatrice, NE 68310 - Johannes > Devault > Daniel > Elizabeth/David C. Springer
Peggy Tesh - 2500 Bitting Road, Winston Salem, NC 27104 - Johannes > Philip > George > Philip > Mary Mollie
Marguerite Tise - Box 343, Floyd, VA 24091-0343 - Johannes > Phillip > Catherine m. Tise
Celia von Leonard - Box 146, Dighton, KS 67839 - Johannes > Devault > Mary
Julia Willhoite - 4601 Chiappero Trail, Austin, TX 78731 - (former member) Peter > Andrew > David ??

Mock Family Historian related articles
MFH Vol. I #4 pg. 30 Henry Jr.
MFH Vol. I #4 pg. 37 NC Church Records
MFH Vol. I #4 pg. 38Hist. of TN
MFH Vol. I #5 pg. 45-46 Phillip Mock
MFH Vol. I #6 pg. 55 Peter Mock
MFH Vol. II #1 pg. 1 Jacob Mack
MFH Vol. III #1 pg. 1 Devault Mock
MFH Vol. III #1 pg. 4 Peter Mock
MFH Vol. III #3 pg. 36 George, son of Philip
MFH Vol. III #4 pg. 45-46 N.C. Mocks
MFH Vol. IV #2 pg. 18 PA births

From Joanne Barton:
Rowan Co., NC Library records
Peter Mock estate record - Rowan Co. Estate records in Raleigh
The Mocks and the Bradburys from The Baldwin Heritage
Will for Conrad Graves 1820/1822
Rowan Co. NC Estates Records for John Mock, ca 1810
Rowan Marriages 1753 - 1868
Not complete

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