The Saterfiels

Genealogy of the Saterfiels of West Monroe, LA
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Peter Arrant, Sr.

b. 1760/70 in Rowan, N. Carolina
m. 1784 Millie Reddick in Upson County, Georgia
d. 1845 in Clark Co., Mississippi

Son of
Conrad Arrant
(abt 1734 - 1785)
Elizabeth Reddick
(abt 1740 - 1784)

Children of Peter Arrant, Sr. and Millie Reddick

1. Peter Arrant Jr. b: 1790 in Chesterfield County, South Carolina
2. John Arrant b: 1793
3. Cornelius Arrant b: ABT 1796 in Georgia
4. Philip Arant b: ABT 1780 in Chesterfield County, South Carolina
5. David Arrant Sr. b: 1800 in Lincoln County, Georgia
6. Sobia Arant (Arrant) b: 1803 in Lincoln County, Georgia
7. William N. Arrant Sr. b: 1805 in Georgia
8. Ophelia Cecilia Arant b: 1806 in Lincoln County, Georgia
9. Selany Arant b: 1806
10.Martin Arant b: 1807 in Chesterfield County, South Carolina
11.Allen Harm Arrant b: 1808 in Georgia
12.       Reddick Knox Arrant b: 17 Jul 1811 in Lincoln County, Georgia
13.       Osborn Arant b: 1816 in Lincoln County, Georgia
14.Dicey Arant b: 1818 in <Lincoln, Georgia>
15.Andrew D. Arant b: ABT 1828 in Lincoln, Georgia
16.Elizabeth Arant b: ABT 1830 in Georgia

Additional Notes

Peter was a farmer.

He settled in Chesterfield District of South Carolina before the Revolutionary War.
Peter Arrant: While residing in Chesterfield District, South Carolina he was called into service under Capt. Thomas McManus of the militia. His first engagement was at Lynch's Creek against the Tories. Later, he joined George Taylor and Gen. Marion.
Title: 28 South Carolina Roster

He is in the Chesterfield District, South Carolina census for the years of 1790, 1800, 1820 and 1830.

Shortly after 1800 Peter and his brother, Jacob, dropped one "r" from the name and from then on was known by the name Arant. Most of the Arants in this country are descendants of Peter or Jacob.

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