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  • Name: Lewis Henry CLICK Ludwig Henrich Glück
  • Surname: Click
  • Given Name: Lewis Henry
  • Suffix: Ludwig Henrich Glück
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 23 Mar 1741 in Dannstadt, Ludwigshafen, Germany
  • Christening: 26 Mar 1742 Evangelisch-Reformierte, Dannstadt, Pfalz, Bayern
  • Death: ABT 1804/1818 in Broylesville Community, Washington Co. Tennessee
  • Burial: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~auntsissie/lewisland.html
  • _UID: 143CEAF3A426D511A1FB44455354616F7973
  • Event: Capt Riffe's Company Militia, 0 white poles, 8 black poles, 200 acres Tax listing 1789 Washington Co. North Carolina
  • Event: John Milliken Co 0 white polls, 8 blk polls, 200 acres Tax listing 1790 Washington Co. North Carolina
  • Note:
    http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=boblzimmerman01&id=I24095
    LUDWIG HENRICH GLUCK was born 23 March 1741 Dannstadt, Ludwigshafen,
    (PALATINATE) Germany, son of JOHANN CONRAD GLUCK & SUSANNA JARDIN .

    When he was about 8 or 9 years old his family decided to make a new life
    in the promised land of the USA. They boarded a small boat on the Rhine
    River and made their 6 to 8 week voyage to Rotterdam to gain passage on
    a ship to America.

    In Rotterdam they boarded the ship "LYDIA" under command of Capt. John
    Randolph. The last port of call was Cowes, England before arriving on
    the 9th October, 1749 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania .

    The family moved to Lancaster Co. PA where Lewis' father died in 1760.
    His mother, Susanna died 1766.

    It is unknown when or to whom he married. I speculate that her name was
    DORCAS because it seems to be a traditional family girls name. I have
    speculated also that her maiden name may have been ALEXANDER based on
    the fact that Martin Click, Sr & Betsey Kerlin's third child's middle
    name was Alexander and he was a JR, indicating that Martin, Sr's middle
    name also was Alexander. It was a custom to name a son with the maiden
    name of the mother. I have done minimal research, but have found an
    Alexander family in Maryland with a daughter named DORCAS ALEXANDER with
    no marriage. The Alexander families are quite prevalent among our
    Click's in Greene County, Tennessee .

    Family legend tells of Lewis serving in the Revolutionary War, but no
    records to date have been found on him. It is said that he molded
    bullets during the war.

    After the death of his parents, Lewis, as many other German people had
    done, followed the path down into the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. The
    last tax list that he is found in Shenandoah Co. Virginia is 1784. He
    then moved down into Washington Co. North Carolina, which later became
    Washington Co. Tennessee. The first tax list in Washington Co Tennessee
    we find him on is 1787, however in 1785 Greene County, Tennessee I find
    what appears to be a son of Lewis, named William Click. This places for
    the first time our Click family in Tennessee within the next year from
    leaving Shenandoah Co. Virginia. This tax list from Greene county is in
    a private collection and didn't finally surface until around 1991. Our
    Click family qualifies as one of the "First Families of Tennessee",
    which at the time was in the heart of the CHERKOEE INDIAN NATION .

    We have no death date on Lewis, but has been speculated he died between
    1804/18 and most likely buried on his farm on Little Limestone Creek,
    Washington Co. Tennessee.

    Lewis was living in Washington Co. NC at the time the State of Franklin
    was formed. The State of Franklin was formed 1784 and was no more in
    1788. I don't think Lewis was there for the organization of the state,
    but arrived shortly thereafter, with the families from John Glick/Click,
    Sr , whom I believe is Lewis' uncle. I think John Click, Sr was the
    brother of Johannes Conrad Gluck.

    There has been very close association with the families of the Sevier's
    and Crockett's. David Crockett was born abt 6 years after my 3rd great
    grandfather, Henry Jackson Click, Sr, and his family lived just across
    the Nolichuckey River in the same locality as our family. There is
    little doubt they were very much involved together politically and
    personally, as I find reference that David Crockett visited with Malachi
    Click's eldest son, George's family in Texas just prior to the Alamo .

    During the period of settlement of this area, the Indians were
    constantly being fought, and the settlers driven back into Virginia to
    their strongholds for protection of their families .

    We, as Click descendants, can be proud that our family has played an
    instrumental role in the settlement on the frontiers of America .

    Deeds from Washington Co. Tennessee list the heirs when they sold his
    land in February, 1818. However, I also find what appears to be some
    other sons who were in Greene Co. Tennessee prior to the time Lewis
    shows up in Washington Co. Tennessee in 1787 tax lists, which places our
    family in Tennessee within one year from the last time he is shown on
    the Shenandoah Co. Virginia tax records of 1784. Due to the fact we have
    many missing tax lists from the Eastern Tennessee records and no census
    records until 1830, it would appear to me he most likely was there too.
    It is my opinion that these children must have been dead by the time
    Lewis died between 1804/1818. I believe Lewis was alive just prior to
    this land being settled by the heirs by only a few years, putting his
    death year closer to 1816 or 1817 .

    To my knowledge our Click family were the only ones in Washington,
    Greene, and Cocke counties, Tennessee and no one has seemed to claim
    these boys. Due to the timeframe of the documents they couldn't possibly
    have been children of any of the known Click sons. They were required to
    be at least 21 years of age to sign legal documents, and I have
    therefore based their birth years from the date of the documents minus
    21 years, but they could have been a few years older .
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    APPRECIATION & THANKS

    I would first like to give my thanks and appreciation to my cousin, Gary
    D. Click, who has done an extensive research on our family in Germany.
    He has spent many years researching all lines of our family, and has
    graciously shared his information with me. With his information, I have
    also included my own research.

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    REF: LDS FAMILYSEARCH.ORG - INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL EXCHANGE
    Ludwig Henrich GLUCK
    Sex: M
    Event(s):
    Birth: 23 Mar 1741
    Dannstadt, Pfalz, Bayern
    Parents:
    Father: Johann Conrad GLUCK
    Mother: Susanna JARDIN
    Source Information:
    Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
    8488902 - 1395910 Film NONE
    Sheet: 11

    Ludwig Henrich GLUECK
    Sex: M
    Event(s):
    Christening: 26 Mar 1742
    Evangelisch-Reformierte, Dannstadt, Pfalz, Bayern
    Parents:
    Father: Joh. Conrad GLUECK
    Mother: Susanna JARDIN
    Source Information:
    Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
    C993861 1673-1875 0193812

    REF: "PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN PIONEERS" BY RALPH BEAVER STRASSBURGER, LL.D. PRESIDENT OF THE PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN SOCIETY EDITED BY WILLIAM JOHN HINKE, PH.D., D.D SECOND PRINTING, VOLUME 1, 1727 - 1775, PRINTED 1980, PAGE 421

    LIST 142C - COURT HOUSE AT PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, 9 OCT 1749 THE FOREIGNERS WHOSE NAMES ARE UNDERWRITTEN, IMPORTED IN THE "SHIP LYDIA", CAPT. JOHN RANDOLPH, FROM ROTTERDAM, BUT LAST FROM COWES IN ENGLAND, DID THIS DAY TAKE THE USUAL QUALIFICATIONS TO THE GOVERNMENT. BY THE LIST 154. PERSONS . . . WIRTEMBERG, DOURLACH, ZWEYBRECHT, PALATINATE.
    ..
    CONRAD GLUCK

    NOTE: WURTTEMBERG, DURLACH, GERMANY WHICH IS SOUTH DOWN THE RHINE RIVER FROM DANNSTADT,(ALSO IN THE PALATINATE SECTION), LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY A SHORT DISTANCE. THEY MOST LIKELY CAUGHT A BOAT HEADED UP THE RHINE FROM WURTTEMBERG. THE TRIP THEY WOULD HAVE HAD TO MAKE WAS UP THE RHINE TO ROTTERDAM IN SMALL BOATS WHICH WAS AN EXTREMELY DIFFICULT JOURNEY USUALLY TAKING 6 TO 8 WEEKS IN VERY CRAMPED AND UNSANITARY CONDITIONS. FOOD AND WATER SHORTAGES WERE VERY COMMON. THEN BOARDING THE SHIP "LYDIA" IN ROTTERDAM, WITH THE LAST PORT OF CALL BEING COWES, ENGLAND, A PORT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT THEN TO PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA.

    ACCORDING TO BIRTH DATE PROVIDED BY GARY D. CLICK OF 23 MAR 1740/41, THIS WOULD HAVE MADE LEWIS ABOUT 8 OR 9 YEARS OLD WHEN HE CAME TO THE UNITED STATES.

    REF: ANCESTRY.COM
    Search Terms: KLICK (1)
    Database: Revolutionary War Muster Rolls, 1775-83
    Combined Matches: 1
    Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Discharge Notes
    KLICK HENY VM CORPL ROLL-BOX 69

    REF: MANUSCRIPT OF MAE TWITCHELL - Letter dated 14 June 1972 from Mrs. Paris Hall, Route 2, Newport, Tennessee 37821, states a "family legend":
    "Lewis Click came from Germany with two brothers, names unknown. Lewis Click was 19 at that time and fought in the Revolutionary War in 1776 with his two brothers, Lewis Click making and molding bullets". NOTE BY CAROLYN WHITAKER - After examining the records and the brief of Gary D. Click and David Carnahan in 1991, the above family legend would seem to warrant some note. It is possible the age was possibly "9" and not "19" as stated in the legend, which would be an accurate age for his arrival in the United States with his parents.

    The next issue involved in the manuscript makes this note: taken from the book "Across the Years" by Joseph Paul Glick - "The personal property tax records of Shenandoah County, Virginia for the years 1782 - 1784 give the name of one LEWIS GLICK with personal property including horses and cattle. No land, however, was listed in his name. It would appear that he was a young man operating a farm with considerable property, but his name does not appear AFTER 1784. (IN THE ORPHAN COURT RECORDS OF LANCASTER CO. PA - he lists Lewis Click's sister moving to Virginia which would establish family already living in Virginia at this time)

    The 1787 Tax List of Washington County, now in the private collection of Mr. Paul M. Fink of Jonesboro, Tennessee, shows Lewis Click as paying tax on 200 acres of land and paying two white poll taxes. He continued paying a poll tax every year until 1793, after which he paid tax only on the 200 acres; he did not pay a poll tax after 1793. No one over the age of 50 years was required to pay a poll tax; therefore, we can speculate that Lewis Click became about 50 years of age in 1793, and thus we can conclude he was probably born circa 1743. (This would make a close match with the birth date of our Lewis according to records Gary D. Click found in Germany)

    NOTE: MAE LISTS THESE ENTRIES AS CLIFF HANGERS
    Source: Dorothy Cook's letter, 16 May 1976
    Greene Co. Tenn: Matthew Click married Rachel Millburn Oct 9, 1823

    Greene Co. Tenn Court Minutes, 1783 - 1796, Page 124 DATED 1789
    John Spurgeon - FRANCIS CLICK, 100 acres, was duly proven by the oath of JAMES HILL and the same is ordered to be registered. (NOTE BY CAROLYN WHITAKER: Could this be a son of Lewis that we might be missing? There is an age gap between Peter and George Lewis. If we speculate that Francis was at least 21 years of age at this transaction that would make him born approximately 1768. Could the Matthew Click above be his son? We do have a Matthew Click, son of Samuel Click, his father Malachi Click. This would establish reason for Malachi & Martin to be in Greene Co in the first place.

    Source: Greene Co. Tennessee, Deed Book 24, Page 129-130, 9 Feb 1803 Registered 28 June 1804
    David Gortner to JOHN CLUCK, both of Greene Co. Tennessee, consideration $300, conveys to JOHN CLUCK a parcel of land, 100 acres, lying in Greene Co on RICHLAND CREEK on both sides thereof - on original line of said Gortners 200 acre tract on North side of said Creek - on the line of EPHRAIM WILSON, running the division line between said Gortner and Cluck
    (Signed) David (D.G.) Gortner

    Witnesses: James Temple
    Henry Farnsworth
    ******************************************************

    REFERENCE: "TENNESSEE ANCESTORS" BY EAST TENN. HISTORICAL SOCIETY VOL. 5 PAGE 81
    WASHINGTON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA TAX LIST 1789 AND 1790 - A LIST OF TAXABLE PROPERTY CONTAINED IN THE DISTRICT OF CAPT RIFFE'S COMPANY MILITIA TAKEN BY JOHN STRAIN.

    LEWIS CLICK 8 - BLACK POLES (SLAVES) 200 ACRES OF LAND
    WILL IN JONESBORO, TENNESSEE
    Note by Carolyn Whitaker: I have checked the Tennessee State Library and Archives and they do not have a will listed for Lewis. Mae Twitchell did not uncover a will in Washington Co. Tennessee either. However, this record shows there was a will at one time.
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    Ref: Washington Co. Tennessee Courthouse, Jonesborough, Original Tax Lists - 1790
    A list of taxable property in the bounds of JOHN MILLIKEN COMPANY - (they appear in this order)
    John Gann 1 white poll 320 acres
    Solomon Yeager 2 polls, 100 acres
    Nathan Gann 1 poll no land
    Abraham Broyles 2 polls
    Adam Gann, Jr 1 poll 100 acres
    MARTEN CLEAK 1 white poll no land
    LUEWS CLEEK no polls 200 acres
    John Grahams 1 poll no land
    John Bowman 1 poll no land
    Wm Adams 1 poll 200 acres
    PETER CLICK 1 poll no land
    Gasper Lott, John Lyle, Alex McLuen, Thos Gann, Wm Breeden, John Laman 1 white poll no land (Fanny's relative), Adam Gann, Sr no poll 100 acres, Thos Lent, Jonathan Denton

    REF: GARY D. CLICK - POSSIBLY DIED AS EARLY AS 1804. NOTHING IS KNOWN OF HIS WIFE. HEIRS ARE LISTED IN 2 DEEDS RECORDED IN FEBRUARY 1818 WHERE HIS LAND WAS SOLD TO SON GEORGE L. CLICK AND TO MALACHI'S SON, GEORGE (JR). PAID TAXES SHENANDOAH CO. VIRGINIA 1782-84.

    ON THE 1787 TAX LIST WASHINGTON CO. TN PAID LAST POLL TAX 1793, INDICATING HE WAS 50 YEARS OLD. BELIEVED TO HAVE SERVED IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, BUT NO RECORDS HAVE BEEN FOUND. SAID TO HAVE MOLDED BULLETS IN THE REVOLUTION.

    AMONG THE PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH IN LANCASTER CO. PA
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    REF: PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES, 5TH SERIES, VOLUME 7, PAGE 547
    A return of the 3th Company of the 6th Batalion of Lancaster Co shewing each mens names - continued

    8th Class - Lodwig Klick
    The above is a True State of s'd Comp. From the 24th Day of April Anno 1778 until this Day Oct'r 28th, 1779. Certified by me, Thos. Coppenhaver, Capt.

    REF: REPLY FROM NATIONAL ARCHIVES VETERANS RECORDS - WASHINGTON, D. C.
    for Henry Gluck in Northampton Co. PA
    NO PENSION FILE 17 Nov 1999
    NO BOUNTY LAND LISTING 17 Nov 1999
    NO SERVICE RECORD 15 Jan 2000 - Referred to Pennsylvania State Archives.

    REF: PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES, 5TH SERIES, VOLUME 8, PG 558
    Receipts for services rendered in the War of the Revolution - County of Northampton, Pennsylvania
    7 Aug 1778 Rec'd of Stephen Balliet $50 as a part of a boundy which I have to receive to serve 2 months in Capt. George Kappenberger Company the 2nd B.N.C. I say rec'd pr. me. HENRY GLUCK

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    REF: MANUSCRIPT OF MAE TWITCHELL - DEED BOOK #2 PG 304 ROLL #195 WASHINGTON CO. TENNESSEE 7 August 1793
    This indenture made this seventh day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety three between Ebenezer Byram of the County of Knox in the Territory of the United States south of the River Ohio of the one part and LEWIS CLICK of the County of Washington in the said Territory of the other part witnefseth that the said Ebenezer Byram for and in consideration of the sum of $200 current to him in hand paid the receipt hereof is hereby acknowledged hath and by these presents do grant bargain sell allien (?) enfeoff (?) and confsein (assign) unto the said Lewis Click his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred acres be the same more or lefs lying and being in the County of Washington in the aforesaid Territory and laying on a small branch of Little Limestone Creek and beginning at a red oak a corner in James Grymes (JAMES GRAHAM) line thence south one hundred and sixty poles to a red ? on the side of a hill thence west one hundred and eighty poles to two post oaks on the south of a hill thence north one hundred and thirty poles to a stake thence south eighty one degrees east one hundred and eighty four poles to the beginning according to the courses in the original grant to me issued with all and singular the woods water courses proffits commodity hereditements and appurtenances whatsoever to the said tract of land belonging or appertaining and the revertion and revertious reminder and remainders rents and issues thereof and all the estate rights title interest property and demands of him the said Ebenezer Byram his heirs of in and to the same and every part and parcel thereof either in law or equity to have and to hold the said two hundred acres of land with the appertenances unto the said Lewis Click his heirs and assigns forever against the -- all the claim and demands of all and every person or person whatsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In witness thereof the said Ebenezer Byram hath hereunto set his hand and seal this day and year above.
    WITNESSES: SIGNED: EBENEZER BYRUM (SEAL)
    A. NELSON
    G. ROLSTON
    JOHN RHEA

    Court of pleas and quarter sessions begun and held for Washington County at the courthouse on the fourth Monday of August, 1793. The within conveyance from Ebenezer Byrum to Lewis Click was proven in open court let it be registered.

    (seal) J. Sevier, Clk

    Mae's note: I believe this to be the 200 acres which Lewis Click paid taxes on 1787 - 1793 but think he did not own the land during those years.....

    DEED BOOK #17 PAGES 40 & 41 WASHINGTON CO. TENNESSEE 24 September 1818
    This indenture made between HANNAH GOURLEY, Administratrix of THOMAS GOURLEY, deceased, of Carter County, Tenn., and GEORGE CLICK of Washington County, Tennessee... that the said HANNAH GOURLEY admrx., aforesaid that Thomas Gourley in his lifetime by bargain and sale unto LEWIS CLICK a certain tract of land in Washington County containing 40 acres and by his hand bearing date 7 June 1794 obligated himself to well and truly make unto the said LEWIS CLICK a deed of conveyence.. and by Intestate failing to comply with the requirements of said Bond in his lifetime and the said LEWIS CLICK by his certain Indorsement on the back of the said Bond having appointed the contents thereto to the said GEORGE CLICK -- now this Indenture that I the said HANNAH GOURLEY -- in persuance of the statues in such cases -- and by reason of the consideration of the sum of 44 pounds of Virginia Currency paid by the said LEWIS CLICK in the lifetime of Thomas Gourley -- therefore I the said Hannah Gourley conveys unto the said GEORGE CLICK -- a certain tract of land in Washington County on the Waters of Little Limestone Creek -- begin corner of JAMES GRAHAM ---

    WITNESSES; SIGNED: HANNAH GOURLEY, Admrx. of Estate of Thomas Gourley
    WILLIAM GRAHAM
    GEORGE (X) CLICK
    WILLIAM GOURLEY JANUARY SESSIONS 1819

    Mae's note: I believe that the above mentioned 40 acres, sold to Lewis Click in 1794 by Thomas Gourley, to be the tract of land that is sometimes referred to as "LEWIS CLICK'S GRANT" ... we find no other record, in Washington County, of Lewis Click obtaining 40 acres.

    ABSTRACTS FROM DEEDS RECORDED AT THE COURTHOUSE IN JONESBOROUGH, WASHINGTON CO. TENNESSEE 16 FEB 1818 DEED BOOK 16 PG 88 - 90

    FIRST DEED: HEIRS OF LEWIS SELL TO GEORGE CLICK, JR
    Between PETER CLICK, HENRY CLICK of Washington County, and MARTIN CLICK, ABRAHAM MILLER, JOSEPH BROWN and CATHARINE MC COLLOM of Greene County of the one part, and GEORGE CLICK, JR of Washington County of the other part in consideration of $150.00, all their interest in a tract of land in Washington County on the Waters of Little Limestone joining a tract of 40 acres GRANTED BY TENNESSEE TO SAID LEWIS CLICK and also joining the land of GEORGE CLICK, SR which he now lives on --- 39 acres.

    Witnesses:
    GEORGE CLICK, SR
    JOHN CLICK
    SAMUEL WADDLE MARTIN (X) CLICK
    PETER (X) CLICK
    HENRY CLICK (SIGNS HIS NAME)
    JOSEPH BROWN
    ABRAHAM (X) MILLER
    CATY (X) MC COLLUM

    SECOND DEED: DEED BOOK 16 PG 90 - 92 WASHINGTON CO. TENN 16 FEB 1818
    HEIRS OF LEWIS CLICK SELL TO GEORGE CLICK
    Between PETER CLICK and HENRY CLICK of Washington County and MARTIN CLICK, ABRAHAM MILLER, JOSEPH BROWN, and KATHARINE MC COLOM of Greene County of the one part and GEORGE CLICK of Washington County of the second part in consideration of $300 all their interest in a tract of land in Washington County on the Waters of Little Limestone including the HOUSE AND IMPROVEMENTS where the said GEORGE CLICK now lives - about 160 acres

    Witnesses:
    JOHN CLICK
    SAMUEL WADDLE
    GEORGE CLICK, JR MARTIN (X) CLICK
    PETER (X) CLICK
    JOSEPH BROWN
    HENRY CLICK
    ABRAHAM MILLER
    CATHERINE (X) MC COLLUM
  • Change Date: 20 Apr 2006 at 01:00:00



    Father: Johann Conrad GLÜCK "Glueck" & "Click" b: 27 May 1708 in Dannstadt, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany
    Mother: Susanna JARDIN b: 25 Aug 1713 in Dannstadt, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany

    Marriage 1 Dorcas ALEXANDER b: ABT 1742 in Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania
    • Married: in probably Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania
    Children
    1. Has Children William CLICK b: ABT 1764
    2. Has Children Catherine CLICK "Caty" b: ABT 1765
    3. Has Children Martin Alexander CLICK Sr. b: 1766 in Virginia
    4. Has Children Peter CLICK b: 1767 in Virginia
    5. Has No Children Francis CLICK b: ABT 1768
    6. Has Children Malachi CLICK Sr b: 1769 in Virginia
    7. Has Children David CLICK b: ABT 1770 in <Virginia>
    8. Has Children George Lewis CLICK b: 1771 in Virginia
    9. Has No Children Matthew CLICK b: ABT 1774
    10. Has Children Henry Jackson CLICK Sr. b: 1781 in Richmond Co. Virginia
    11. Has Children Elizabeth CLICK b: 5 Mar 1783 in Shenandoah Co., Virginia
    12. Has Children Mary Virginia CLICK b: 1784 in Virginia

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