Loflin Ancestry


Source for this generation: Ancestry.com
John Loflin
(1730-1812, NC)



Richard appeared to have made money selling whiskey and brandy. Either Richard or his wife was blind and neither could read or write. Richard had a slave named Luke who worked Richard's farm in Davidson Co., NC, according to estate papers.

Richard Loflin   Mary Tolson Nelson    

Richard and Mary had several children: The below John Loflin, Rebecca who married Davis Hix (Hicks) (He administered Richard's will), Mary who married Isaiah Hix (Hicks), Eleazer and Cornelius.

b. ca. 1746, Rowan/Davidson Co., North Carolina, USA
d. 1 December 1843, Davidson Co., North Carolina, USA
m. ? b. 1752
d. ?
      John Loflin   Nancy Hall  

John pre-deceased his father. He was the father of 9 girls (Susannah who married Rix Newby, Winney who married Joshua Crow, Polly who married Wyatt Hughlin, Sarah who married Issac Luther, Rebecca who married Warner Bingham, Hannah who married Lewis Shaw, Nancy who married William Luther, Lucinda seen below who married Godfrey Bisher and Elizabeth who married Sawney Ingram) and one boy (William).

b. 1774, NC
d. before December 1843, Davidson Co., NC
m. 1798 b. 1775
d. ca. 1840-1842

Godfrey was a farmer. Lucinda had a residence on 27 January 1848 in Davidson County, North Carolina. They had seven children: John, William, Jane, Angeline, Julia, James and Sarah. More information about Godfrey and Lucinda is available at the link below.

(Laughlin, Loftin)
  his ancestry

      b. 21 Oct. 1817, Randolph Co., NC
d. 2 Dec. 1881, Randolph Co., NC
m. 1838 b.1 Dec. 1818, Atlantic Ocean
d. 7 Sept. 1897

descendants through daughter
Nancy "Jane" Bescher (Bischer)
via her marriage to
Allen Gilbert Morris