VALENTINE AND ELIZABETH SARTORIUS
Valentine and Elizabeth Sartorius lived in Sydney County, Guysborough Township, Nova Scotia on lands granted by King George III of England as payment in part for services rendered during the Revolution. At the time Valentine and Elizabeth received their land, other members of the 60th regiment of the Royal Americans received similar grants. Land grants were given based on number of family members. The last record of Ludovic is found when he too received property under this grant.
CHILDREN OF VALENTINE AND ELIZABETH SARTORIUS
Arrived in Halifax with Valentine and Elizabeth Sartorius. His age in 1783 was noted only as under 10 years.
Born in 1786. Jacob died December 8, 1827, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.
Born September 19, 1788.
Born July 11, 1791.
Valentine Sartorius died in 1791 and Elizabeth re-married to Peter Wendell. Elizabeth Sartorius married Christian Dort August 25, 1806. Abigail Satorius married Christian Ehler July 16, 1811. Ludovic Satorius, son of Valentine and Elizabeth, also leaves no record for us to trace. Jacob Sartorius married Elizabeth Feltmate July 18, 1809.
Jacob and Elizabeth Sartorius, in the 1817 Census of Nova Scotia lived in Sydney County. Jacob Sartorius is listed as Head of Family with a wife, two boys and one girl. Further research in Guysborough's Sketches and Essays proves that this is true.