- Born: Between 1780 and 1784, Augusta Co., Virginia
- Marriage: Catherine Sermabough SENSEBOUGH on 23 Sep 1799 in Augusta Co., Virginia
Source Citation: Year: 1810; Census Place: , Augusta, Virginia; Roll 66; Page: 382; Family History Number: 0181426; Image: 00400.
Source Citation: 1820 U S Census: Staunton, Augusta, Virginia, Page: 15; NARA Roll: M33_132; Image: 27.
Source Citation: 1830 U S Census: Northern District, Augusta, Virginia, Page: 43; NARA Roll: M19-189; Family History Film: 0029668.
Source: Jim and Anna Sheets
Andrew Sheetz was born about 1780-1784 probably in Virginia. Andrew was probably baptized but I have not found the record. His wife was Catharine Sermabough who was born between 1780 and 1784. Andrew and Catharine were married on 9-23-1799 in Augusta County, Virginia. The sureties were Jacob Sheetz and her father, John Sensibough (Sermabough), brother Peter Sermabough, brother John Sensibough, and sister Elizabeth Lightner.
In 1809, Andrew received 193 acres of land from his father. He sold part of this land to his brother Jacob Sheets in 1810 for $400.00. Andrew and Catherine both signed this deed. On 7-9-1832, Andrew sold 53 acres of land to his brother Jacob Sheets. Andrew signed this deed but Catherine did not sign. I lost contact with Andrew after the 1830 census.
From the census records, Andrew and Catherine had many children. I used the census records for their ages. Andrew and Catherine were listed in the 1800 tax list of Augusta County, Virginia with 1 male over 21 and 2 horses. Andrew and Catherine were listed in the census records of 1810, 1820, and 1830 living in Augusta County, Virginia. Here is a partial list of the people that I believe were the children of Andrew and Katy - The ages were taken from the census records and the names were taken from marriage, census, and death records.
Andrew married Catherine Sermabough SENSEBOUGH, daughter of John Sermabough SENSEBOUGH and Unknown, on 23 Sep 1799 in Augusta Co., Virginia. (Catherine Sermabough SENSEBOUGH was born between 1780 and 1784.)