Nicholas Zeigler

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  • Name Nicholas Zeigler 
    Born @1765  South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    DEED 4 Feb 1820  Richland County, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Deed of Gift. (transcribed pretty much as written, their errors included, not correct by current standards)

    Deeds of Gift, 4 Feb 1820, Richland Co SC, Nicholas Zeigler to Children Catherine Dent, Lewis, Louisa, Henry and William, and grand-daughter Polly C Dent

    168 (page)

    State of South Carolina. Know all men by these presents that I Nicholas Zeigler in consideration of the natural bond and affection which I have and bear unto my daughter Catherine (Dent) wife of William Dent and also for divers other other good causes and considerations me thereunto moving have given granted confirmed and delivered and by these presents do give grant confirm and deliver unto my Said daughter Catherine Dent the following three negro Slaves, to wit John Hannah and Sampson to have and to hold the Said Negro slaves to my Said daughter Catherine Dent her heirs and assigns forever also I give and grant to my said daughter Catherine Dent one other negro Slave named Mariah to have and to hold the said negro slave Mariah unto my Said daughter Catherine Dent her heirs and her assigns forever in trust to and Further uses & purposes hereafter mentioned that is to say in trust and confidence that my Said daughter shall possess and enjoy the benefit labor & service of said negro Mariah until my grand daughter Polly C Dent shall attain the age of twenty one years or shall marry and attain and in that case in trust and for the use and benefit of my said grand Daughter her heirs and assigns forever and in case my Said grand daughter Polly C Dent Shall die before She attains the age of twenty one years or marries then and in that case in trust and confidence and for the use and benefit of the Surviving brothers and sisters of my Said grand daughter Polly C Dent their heirs and assigns forever for witness whereof

    169 (page)

    I have hereunto Set my hand and seal this fourth day of February in the Year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty. Nicholas his4mark Zeigler {LS}

    Test. T O Hanlon

    J Gregg

    State of South Carolina Richland District} J Gregg maketh oath and saith that he Saw the within name Nicholas Zeigler sighn and as his act and deed acknowlledge the within Sealed instrument of writing for the use and purposes there in mentioned and that this Deponent together with T O Handler was a Subscribing witness to the deed executing of the Same. J. Gregg

    Sworn before me 5 February 1820 L J McCord QU} Recorded 5th February 1820

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    State of South Carolina. Know all men by these presents that I Nicholas Zeigler in consideration of the natural love and affection which I entertain towards my Son Lewis Zeigler and also for divers good causes me there unto moving have given granted and confirmed and by these presents do give grant and confirm unto my Said Son Lewis Zeigler the following negro Slaves, to wit Sam Steven Thersby Lula Peter and Moses Six in number to have and to hold the Said negro Slaves unto the Said Lewis Zeigler his heirs and assigns forever from and after the day on which my Said Son Shall attain the age of twenty one Years or from and after and after the day on which I think Proper make a former delivery of the Said negro Slaves to my Sincer Son before he attains the age of twenty one years or from and after the day of my death if I should die before my Said Son attains the age of twenty one years Therby reserving to my self the use and ownership of the Said negro Slaves until my Said Son Shall attain the of twenty one years or untill I Shall or may make a formal deliverancey of the Said negro Slaves to my Said Son before he attains the age of twenty one years.

    170 (page)

    In witness wharof I have hearunto Set my hand and Seal this fourth day of day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty

    Nicholas his4mark Zeigler {L S}

    Test. T O Hanlon

    J Gregg

    State of South Carolina Richland District} J. Gregg maketh oath and saith that he saw the within names Nicholas Zeigler Sign and as his act and acknowlledge the within instrument of writing for the use and Purposes therein mentioned and that this Deponent together with T O Handlon was a subscribing witness to the deed execution of the Same Sworn to before me.} J. Gregg 5th February 1820

    L. G. McCord Q.U. Recorded 5th Feb. 1820

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    State of South Carolina} Know all men by these presents that I Nicholas Zeigler in consideration of the natural love and affection which I Entertain towards my daughter Louisa Zeigler and also for uses good and me here unto moving have given granted and confirmed and by these presents so give grand and confirm unto my said daughter Louisa Ziegler the following Negro Slaves to wit Hepsy, Elsey, George, May, Jim, Peter, Harry, Milley, Nancy, Peg, being ten in number To have and to Hold the said Negro Slaves to my Said daughter Louisa Zeigler to her heirs and assigns forever from and after the day on which my daughter said daughter shall attain the age of Twenty one years or from and after the day on which I may if I think proper make a formal delivery of the said Negro Slaves to my said daughter before she attains the age of Twenty one years or from and after the day of my death if I should die before my said daughter attains the age of Twenty one years I hereby reserving to Myself the use and ownership of the said Negro Slaves is untill my said daughter attains the age of Twenty one years or untill I shall or may make a formal delivery of said Negro slaves to my said daughter before she attains the age of Twenty one years. In making where of I have here unto set my name and seal The fourth day of February in the Year of our Lord one Thousand and eight Hundred and Twenty.

    Nicholas his4mark Zeigler

    Test. T. O.. Hanlon

    J. Gregg

    171 (page)

    State of South Carolina Richland District} J. Gregg maketh oath and Saith that he saw the witness names Nicholas Zeigler Sign and as his act and deed acknowledge the within Sealed instrument of writing for the use and purposes therein mentioned and that this Deponent together with T. O. Handlon was a Subscribing Witness to the deed execution of the same before me. J. Gregg

    5th February 1820 L. J.McCord Q. U. Recorded 5th February 1820

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    State of South Carolina. Know all by these presents that Nicholas Zeigler in Consideration of the natural love & affection which I have and bear unto my son Henry Zeigler and also for diverse other good causes and considerations me thereunto moving here given granted and confirmed and by these presents do give grant and confirm unto my said son Henry Zeigler the following negro slaves to wit Quadro, Jack, Hera, Dick, Will and Abraham being six in number to have & to hold the said Negro slaves unto my said Henry Zeigler his heirs and assigns forever from & after the day on which my said son shall attain the age of twenty one years, or from & after the day on which I may or shall if I think proper make a final delivery of the said Negro slaves to my said son before attains the age of twenty one years or from and after the day of my death if I should die before my said son attains the age of twenty one years thereby reserving to my self the use and ownership of the said Negro slaves until my said son shall attain the age of twenty one years or until I shall or may make a final delivery of the said son before he attains the age of twenty one years. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this fourth day of February the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty.

    Nicholas his4mark Zeigler {LS}

    Test F. O Handlan

    J Gregg

    State of South Carolina Richland District} J Gregg make the oath and saith that he saw the witness named Nicholas Ziegler sign and as his act and deed acknowledge the within sealed instruments of writing for the uses and purposes therein mentioned and that this Deponent together with T. O Handlon was a subscribing witness to the due execution of the same sworn before me J Gregg 5rd February 1820 L J McCord QU

    Recorded 5th Feby 1820

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    172 (page)

    State of South Carolina. Know all men by these presents that I Nicholas Zeigler in consideration of the natural love and affection which I have and bear unto my son William Zeigler and also for divers other good causes and considerations me thereunto moving have given and granted and confirmed and by these presents do give grant and confirm unto my said son William Zeigler the following Negro slaves to wit Sy and Phebe being two in number to have & to hold the said negro slaves unto my said William Zeigler his heirs and assigns forever from and after the day on which my said son shall attain the age of twenty one years or from and after the day on which I shall or may if I think proper make a final delivery of the said son before he attains the age of twenty one years. Or from and after the day of my death If I should die before my said son shall attain the age of twenty one years, or until I shall or may a finally delivery of the said Negro slaves to my said son before he attains the age of twenty one years.

    In witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seal this fourth day of February in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty.

    Nicholas his4mark Zeigler {L S}

    T.O. Hanlon

    State of South Carolina

    Richland District

    J Gregg maketh oath and saith that he saw the within named Nicholas Zeigler sign and as his act and deed acknowledges the within sealed instrument of writing for the uses & purposes therein mentioned and that this deponent together with T O Hanlon was a subscribing witness to the deed or executions of the same.

    J. Gregg Sworn before me 5nd February 1820 L. G. McCord Received 5th Feby. 1820

    Transcribed from the microfilm of the Miscellaneous Records of South Carolina Volume D pages 168-172 on 27 May 1999 by Honey Lanham Dodge, hslanham@aol.com 
    WILL 28 Aug 1840  Autauga County, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Autauga Co AL Reports E-A, 1838-1841, 4

    Page 276.

    The State of Alabama
    Autauga County

    In the name of God Amen. I Nicholas Zeigler
    being of sound disposing mind & memory do hereby
    make ordain & constitute this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other
    wills by me heretofore made. In the first place I will that all my just debts
    & funeral expenses be paid by my Executors to be hereafter named after
    which I will as follows--Item 1st It is my will that all my land containing
    about Eight hundred acres where I now live be divided between my wife--
    Milly and my son Edward Jefferson in the following proportions that is
    to say my wife to have one fourth of the same including the houses or homes
    and that no difficulty arise as to the division I will that the judge of the
    county court appoint three disinterested persons to lay off and allott the same
    to the former, and I will that the residue of said lands (towit) three fourths
    to my said son Edward Jefferson forever Item 2nd It is my will also as
    follows I give and bequeath the following named slaves to my said son
    Edward Jefferson forever (towit) Abraham George Henry Att Granduson
    Richard Sam Adeline Matilda Lotta Phiney Lark Bob and Adaline
    Item 3rd I also give and bequeath to my daughter Caroline the following
    named slaves (towit) Kiziah Emilie Martha Gilbert Winney Mary(little) Elias
    Phill(big) Isaac Alan Sam(big) & Mary for her use forever Item 4th I also
    give and bequeath to my son David George Washinton the following named
    slaves forever (towit) Demsey Moses Tom Bethelaham Mathew Pheby
    Edy Samuel & Jacob Item 5th I also give and bequeath to my Wife Milly
    Zeigler the following named slaves forever towit Lewis Dudley Letha Joe
    Daniel Chaney Harriet Clarissa & Charles Item 6th It is my further
    will that all my personal property not named above consisting of horses
    cattle hogs Plantation utensels also the crop of every discription that may
    be on hand be sold and the proceeds be divided equally between my wife
    & the above named children and also all my money notes &c that I may
    have at my death be divided in the same manner as last named and
    I further will that if my wife or either of the above named children should
    die before or after my death without issue then the property of such dece
    ased wife or child or children be equally divided among the survivors and
    whereas I have heretofore by Deed bestowed & delivered an equitable of
    my property on my other children towit William Katey Lewis Henry &
    Lousia it is therefore my will that they are not to receive anything
    more from my Estate Item 7 I do hereby appoint my beloved wife
    Milley Zeigler Executrix & Lewis Houser Executor to this my last
    will and testament--In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
    hand and seal this 28th August 1840
    his
    Nicholas X Zeigler
    mark
    In presence of us
    Wm R Pickett
    James Holly senr
    J A Thomason

    The State of Alabama
    Autauga County
    This day came Wm R Pickett who being duly sworn
    saith that he saw Nicholas Zeigler make his
    mark to his name as above and published the foregoing as his last...
    (cut off copy at bottom of page)

    Autauga Co GA
    Book E-F
    4-45
    Vol 5 F

    Page 36

    Appraisement of the Estate of Nicholas Ziegler Deceased 11 February 1841

    1 Negro Girl Hanna 450.00
    1 " " Fanny 500.00
    1 " " Nancy 600.00
    1 Mahogany Bureau 30.00
    1 Piano Forte 350.00
    1 Secretary 30.00
    2 M. dining tables 30.00
    8 Flag Bottomed Windsor Chairs 8.00
    1 Armed Rocking chair 4.00
    1 Doz. Cum. do 5.00
    1 M. Side Board 25.00
    2 pine Tables with drawers 1 painted 8.00
    1 Bed Stead Bed & furniture 40.00
    1 do do do 40.00
    1 do do do 30.00
    1 do do do 50.00
    1 do do do 30.00
    1 do do do 25.00
    1 small Pine table & cover 2.50
    1 lot bed clothes 20.00
    1 do do do 50.00
    1 lot Crockery ware Glasses
    Knives & forks 15.00
    2 pr. fire dogs shovel & tongs 6.00
    1 Rifle Gun 10.00
    2 U States Map 10.00
    1 Brass Clock & 2 Lt Glasses 20.00
    1 lot Books 5.00
    1 Spinning Machine 80.00
    1 lot Plantation tools 75.00
    1 lot clean oats 15.00
    1 lot Barley 2.50

    1 lott pots Cooper ware &c 15.00
    4 Btls Flour 24.00
    1 lot Wheat 16.00
    1 " White peas 8.00
    1 sack Coffee 20.00
    1 lot Bacon 300.00
    5 Barrel Pork 40.00
    2 Barrels Salt 3.00
    1 Steel Mill 2.00
    1 Carriage & Harness 150.00
    1 lot Corn supposed 1500 Bush 800.00
    1 lot stock hogs about 180 head 200.00
    1 Waggon & 4 oxen 150.00
    1 pr. Match Horses 150.00
    1 Gray mare 55$ 1 Sorrel horse 80$ 135.00
    1 do horse 50$ 1 Gray do 40$ 90.00
    2 colts a Gray & Sorrel 25 ea 50.00
    7 head mules ea 50$ 350.00
    13 stacks fodder 120.00
    1 Waggon @65 1 pr Cart wheels 8$ 73.00
    36 head Cattle at 4$ 144.00
    8 stacks pea Vines 45.00
    1 lot Baggin & Ropes 18.00
    1 40 Saw Gin 60.00
    1 old Gin 2.00
    15 Bales cotton @ 45$ p-Bale 675.00
    1 Loom & harness 6.00
    1 spinning wheel 1.50
    2 Scythes & Cradle 5.00
    1 New Cutting Knife 30.00

    We the undersigned appraisers hereby certify that the above & within
    appraisement is a fair Valuation of the property appraised March 12 1841
    Joseph I. Chappel
    Charls Golson
    Thos. J. Fullilove 
    Died 20 Jan 1841  Autauga County, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried Hall Family Cemetery, near Autaugaville, Autauga County, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Inscription:
      THIS Tribute of respect is inscribed to the memory of my dear Husband NICHOLAS ZEIGLAR, by his weeping Wife to whom he endeaared himself by uncommon tenderness and affection. He sustained the last principal cene. With all of his affectionate Family around his bedside weeping. Oh, weeping; he exibited an example of calm resignation to his Family. His departure was on the 20th of January 1841, in the 75th year of his age. And the tears of his relations and Friends watered his grave. "Oh! merciful God."
      This is on a large false crypt.
    Notes 
    • Nicholas Zeigler of South Carolina & Alabama, circa 1765-1841

      "This tribute of respect is inscribed to the memory of my dear Husband
      Nicholas ZEIGLAR, by his weeping Wife to whom he endeared himself by
      uncommon tenderness and affection. He sustained the last principal cene.
      With all of his affectionate Family around his bedside weeping. Oh,
      weeping; he exhibited an example of calm resignation to his Family. His
      departure was on the 20th of January 1841, in the 75th year of his age.
      And the tears of his relations and Friends watered his grave." 'Oh!
      merciful God' is carved into the white Alabama marble of the large,
      false crypt of Nicholas Zeigler. He is buried with his second family in
      the Hall Family Cemetery which is located near Autaugaville, Autauga
      County, Alabama.

      His parents and first wife are not known. She probably lived, married,
      and died in South Carolina. They had four surviving children out of at
      least nine. Their eldest surviving child was Catherine Zeigler born 10
      May 1797 in South Carolina and died 3 June 1834 in Crawford County,
      Georgia. She married William Dent of Sumter, South Carolina, and they
      had four known children.

      Nicholas' next child was William Zeigler, born 15 Nov 1799 in
      Orangeburgh District, South Carolina and died 11 June in 1855 in
      Crawford County, Georgia. There is no evidence that William ever
      married. But he probably had three children by his slave Mary as
      evidenced by his concern for and generosity to them in his will which
      also conveniently named all of William's living siblings and half-siblings.

      Nicholas' son Henry was born in South Carolina about 1802. He and his
      wife Nancy are listed in the 1840, 1850 and 1860 censuses of Wetumpka,
      Autauga County, Alabama. Nancy was born in South Carolina about 1800.
      She was a daughter of Jacob and Catherine Zeigler, neighbors and
      probably relatives. They had at least one son. They are both buried in
      the Zeigler Cemetery at the Coosada Baptist Church which is now in
      Elmore County, Alabama.

      Lewis was the youngest child of Nicholas' first marriage and was born
      about 1803 in South Carolina. His wife Sarah "Salley" Zeigler was born
      in 1805 in South Carolina. She was the sister of Henry's wife Nancy.
      Lewis and his family also lived in Wetumpka. But, by 1856, they migrated
      to Jackson Parish, Louisiana. They had nine known children.

      Nicholas Zeigler's second wife was Mildred, known as Milley, who was
      born about 1805 in South Carolina. They were probably married there.
      They had five known children.

      Their first child was Louisa W. who was born in South Carolina. Her
      husband was William Terrell Hall who was born in Georgia and was a son
      of Dixon Hall Junior and Amy Goodwyn Mitchell. Louisa married him on 16
      June 1836 in nearby Montgomery County, Alabama. They had at least
      thirteen children. Her tombstone, next to her husband's in the Hall
      Family Cemetery in Autauga County, reads that she was born 20 October
      1820 and died 18 July 1862. However, there is evidence that she was born
      earlier. On 4 February 1820, Nicholas gave her a Deed of Gift in South
      Carolina.

      Edward Jefferson Zeigler was born about 1822 in South Carolina. He
      married Caroline C. Booth on 4 December 1844 in Autauga County, Alabama.
      They had two daughters before she died. They were all on the 1850 census
      in Independence Beat, Autauga County. After his wife Caroline's death on
      30 July 1853, he married Susan Catherine "Kate" Withers on 13 July 1854.
      They also had a daughter who was born in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio in
      1857. Edward may have died and been buried there. Kate married Wyatt
      George Mallard Golson on 25 August 1859 in Autauga County.

      Daughter Mary Eliza was born about 1826 probably in South Carolina. On
      27 November 1839, she married Doctor Kennon Jones in Autauga County. She
      died on 20 August 1840, six days after the birth of their daughter. She
      is buried between her daughter and Nicholas in the Hall Family Cemetery.

      Daughter Caroline Dixon Zeigler was born 4 March 1829 in Alabama and
      married Thomas Hunt Hall on 28 July 1842 in Autauga County, Alabama.
      Thomas was a brother of William Terrell Hall. She and Thomas had at
      least three children. She died 28 April 1863 in Autaugaville. They are
      also buried in the Hall Family Cemetery.

      Son David George Washington Zeigler was born 19 February 1838 in Alabama
      and died 5 September 1861. He appeared on the 1850 and 1860 censuses in
      Independence Beat. On 21 March 1857 in Autauga County, he married Martha
      Aurelia Davis who was the daughter of Major Benjamin Franklin Davis and
      Martha Taylor. David George and three children of their children are
      buried in the Hall Family Cemetery.

      On February 1820 in Richland District, South Carolina, Nicholas recorded
      five Deeds of Gift to his five oldest children. He gave two slaves to
      daughter Catherine Dent plus one slave to his granddaughter Mary "Polly"
      Caroline Dent. He gave six slaves to Lewis, ten to Louisa, six to Henry,
      and two to William. All the slaves except those given to Catherine and
      her daughter Polly were to be held by Nicholas until his children
      attained the age of 21.

      Someone named Nicholas Zeigler served on the first jury ever summoned in
      Autauga County, Alabama on 12 April 1820. Our Nicholas Zeigler and his
      family probably arrived in Autauga County in 1827. Nicholas probably
      originated in Orangeburgh District, South Carolina, moved to Richland
      District, South Carolina, may have lived in Edgefield District, South
      Carolina and probably went through Crawford County, Georgia on his way
      to Autauga County, Alabama.

      Nicholas was on the 1800 census of Orangeburgh District, South Carolina
      in the area between Edisto River, Beaver Creek and Four Holes. He was
      enumerated with a wife and six children. He was still there in 1810 with
      a wife, eight children, and twelve slaves. He next appeared with a wife,
      four children and thirty-nine slaves on the 1830 census of Autauga
      County, Alabama in Captain Adair's District. Between 1827 and 1831,
      Nicholas purchased five land patents from the US government totaling
      400.15 acres of land in Autauga County, Alabama. On 1 February 1831, he
      was a witness to the will of Bolling Hall in Autauga County. He appeared
      on the 1840 census of Autauga County, Alabama with a wife, three
      children and fifty-nine slaves.

      In his will dated 28 August 1840, Nicholas left his estate to his
      youngest three children and his wife Milley. They shared about 800
      acres; 44 slaves; furniture, including a piano forte, books, and maps;
      plantation equipment; livestock; food and crops. He noted that his five
      older children had received their shares of his estate earlier. His
      signed his will with a mark that looked like the number four or a
      backwards capital N at a slant.

      Nicholas' widow Milley married Henry P. David about 1842 in Alabama.

    Person ID I1  Root Tree
    Last Modified 9 Sep 2011 

    Family 1 ,   d. Before 1820, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    +1. Catherine Zeigler,   b. 10 May 1797, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 03 Jun 1834, Crawford County, Georgia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 37 years)
    +2. William Zeigler,   b. 15 Nov 1799, Orangeburgh District, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Jun 1855, Crawford County, Georgia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 55 years)
    +3. Henry Zeigler,   b. @ 1802, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location,   bur. Zeigler Cemetery, Coosada Baptist Church, Elmore County, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location
    +4. Lewis Zeigler,   b. @1803, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 3 May 2009 12:17:59 
    Family ID F19  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Mildred D,   b. @1805, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    +1. Louisa W Zeigler,   b. 20 Oct 1820 or Before, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Jul 1862, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location
    +2. Edward Jefferson Zeigler, Esquire,   b. @1822, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. @1859  (Age ~ 37 years)
    +3. David George Washington Zeigler,   b. 19 Feb 1838, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 05 Sep 1861  (Age 23 years)
    +4. Mary Eliza Zeigler,   b. @1826,   d. 20 Aug 1840, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 14 years)
    +5. Caroline Dixon Zeigler,   b. 04 Mar 1829, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Apr 1885, Autaugaville, Autatuga County, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 56 years)
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2010 17:00:48 
    Family ID F165  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Documents
    1841 Autauga County Bonds 1830-1842 Volume 1 Index: Z
Autauga County, Alabama
Nicholas Zeigler
    1841 Autauga County Bonds 1830-1842 Volume 1 Index: Z Autauga County, Alabama Nicholas Zeigler

    Headstones
    Nicholas Zeigler
    Nicholas Zeigler
    This tribute of respect is inscribed to the memory of my dear Husband
    Nicholas ZEIGLAR, by his weeping Wife to whom he endeared himself by
    uncommon tenderness and affection. He sustained the last principal cene.
    With all of his affectionate Family around his bedside weeping. Oh,
    weeping; he exhibited an example of calm resignation to his Family. His
    departure was on the 20th of January 1841, in the 75th year of his age.
    And the tears of his relations and Friends watered his grave.
    "Oh! merciful God."

    Census
    1800 Census
Orange, Orangeburg District, South Carolina
Nicholas Zeigler
    1800 Census Orange, Orangeburg District, South Carolina Nicholas Zeigler
    1810 Census
Orangeburg District, South Carolina
Nicholas Zeigler
    1810 Census Orangeburg District, South Carolina Nicholas Zeigler
    1830 Census
Capt Adair's District, Autauga County, Alabama
Nicholas Zeigler page 1
    1830 Census Capt Adair's District, Autauga County, Alabama Nicholas Zeigler page 1
    1830 Census
Capt Adair's District, Autauga County, Alabama
Nicholas Zeigler page 2
    1830 Census Capt Adair's District, Autauga County, Alabama Nicholas Zeigler page 2
    1840 Census
Autauga County, Alabama
Nicholas Zeigler page 1
    1840 Census Autauga County, Alabama Nicholas Zeigler page 1
    1840 Census
Autauga County, Alabama
Nicholas Zeigler page 2
    1840 Census Autauga County, Alabama Nicholas Zeigler page 2