*There were two contemporary men named Johann Jacob Blum in the Wachovia settlement. This one is often referred to as the mason, a trade he took over from his father. The other (1781-1847) was the son of Jacob Blum and Maria Elisabeth Koch.
Children of Johann David Blum and Louisa Hermann
David H. Blum (1834-1896) m. Mary C. Rights (ca. 1834-?)
Louisa Eliza Blum (1838-1862) m. Henry Matier Lash
Children of Johann David Blum and Maria Amelia Rothhaas
Samuel Blum (ca. 1849-?)
Children of Johann Jacob Blum and Lucia Padgett
Angelina Blum (1812-1900) m. Nathaniel Byhan (1803-1867)
William David Blum (ca. 1814-?)
Susanna Loretta Blum (1816-1872) m. Jefferson Fisher (ca. 1814-aft. 1870)
Edmund Thomas Blum (1818-1884) m. Sarah Catherine Hartman (1830-1913)
Catharina Lucinda Blum (ca. 1821-?) m. Samuel Benjamin Hein (ca. 1818-?)
Sarah Louise Blum (ca. 1822-?) m. 1) Albert Flower, 2) John Christian Boykin; moved to Indiana
Wiley Jacob Vaneman Blum (ca. 1824-?)
Francis Rudolph Blum (ca. 1825-?) m. 1) Mary Farrar (1829-1857), 2) Susannah Leinbach
Pamelia Malvina Blum (1829-1845)
Additional children in this family were added December 9, 2010.
*Theodore O. Blum was admitted to the Broughton Mental Hospital in Morganton, NC in 1891 where he remained until his death in 1902. He is buried in the hospital's cemetery.
Children of Edmund Thomas Blum and Sarah Catherine Hartman
Irving A. Blum (1848-1891) m. Claudia S. Edwards (1850-1930),d/o W.E. and Amanda Edwards of Greensboro
Julia Blum (ca. 1851-?). Is this Julia Blum Noe (1850-1930)?
Edmund Jacob Blum (1852-1858)
John Van Neman Blum (1852-1857)
Harriet Blum (1854-1899) m. Isaac Jasper Styers (1852-1899)
Adelaide Elizabeth Blum (1860-?) m. Riley Jeffrey Petree (1853-1928)
George W. Blum (1869-1941) m. Edna Barnes (1886-1970). Did he first marry Alma May Griffith (1868-1910)?
Forsyth Co. NC cemetery records
Forsyth Co. NC census records
Thanks to Liz Brummond for information on this family.
This page was revised on January 3, 2002 and on November 23, 2003.
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