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201 Indenture: Benedict Middleton to Charles Barham Harris, Aug. 10, 1815 Guilford County, North Carolina
Benedict Middleton to Charles Barham Harris 40 acres that excepts the buring grounds and is located on Haws River and both sides of Bruce's Road and also on the line of Bruce's, William Cases and Wm. Walker. 
 
202 Indenture: George Eskridge and wife Nelly to William Middleton 28 Dec 1786 Recorded 8 January 1787
John Lewis “The Lost Pioneer” by Daniel R. Long

George Eskridge married Nelly Harvey, Northumberland County Va, St. Stephens Parish Records, Nelly Harvey the daughter of Elizabeth Straughan and George Harvey. 
 
203 Indenture: Jeremiah and Elizabeth to William Flood
Jeremiah and Elizabeth Middleton and William Flood, February 29, 1774, St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia 
 
204 Indenture: John Middleton and wife Hannah to Nathaniel Oldham November 3, 1797
 
 
205 Indenture: Robert Middleton and Thomas Short dated 19 October 1745
Westmoreland County Deeds and Wills 1744-1745 pp 177-180

Mentions land of Thomas Short, William Short, Benjamin Middleton, Robert Middleton, John Harrison, James Booth, John Hartley 
 
206 Indenture: Samuel Beale Jr. and wife Judah/Judith and Vincent T. Branson and wife Elizabeth.
Samuel Beale Jr. and wife Judah/Judith and Vincent T. Branson and wife Elizabeth, Ragged Point, Westmoreland County, Virginia. Spetember 7, 1801 
 
207 Indenture: Samuel Harrison and estate of Benjamin Middleton
Samuel Harrison and estate of Benjamin Middleton, Oct. 13, 1802, Westmoreland County, Virginia 
 
208 Indenture: Thomas and Judith Middleton to Fleet Cox March 16, 1796
Thomas mentions land of son John Middleton

 
 
209 Indenture: William and Polly Presley Wright to Youel, Samuel and Nancy Gilbert
Westmoreland County, Virginia November 18,1800 
 
210 Indenture: William Feagins to Parish Garner Westmoreland County Deeds and Wills 1744-45 pp 209-212 March 24, 1745
Mentions Robert Middleton, George Smith, William Feagins, Parish Garner, Benj. Middleton, William Middleton 
 
211 Information taken from "History of Methodism in Alabama" by Anson West 1899.
Dudley Hargrove mentioned is the father of William Dudley Hargrove who moved to Washington County Texas. William Dudley married Charlotte Chappell the sister of Mary Chappell Keesee. Martha Wooding Hargrove, daughter of William Dudley and Charlotte Chappell Hargrove married Gideon Keesee, brother of William Keesee, Washington County, Texas. Mentioned later in the text is Chappell. This reference is to Robert Wooding Chappell, father of Mary Chappell Keesee and Charlotte Chappell Hargrove; also namesake of Chappell Hill, Texas.
With the early guidance of Rev. Hargrove and members of the family, William Keesee and his father in-law, Robert Wooding Chappell were able to establish a Methodist Society immediately upon their move to Washington County, Texas.
William Keesee first purchased property in Washington County, Texas in the fall of 1837 and at the same time Dr. Martin Ruter, was appointed first Methodist Missionary Superintendent to Texas and records show they were quickly connected in Texas working to establish Methodist Societies and a Church in Washington County, Texas. 
 
212 Jacob Haller and wife Mary E. Haller to Chappell Hill Methodist Church. Jan 14, 1852
Jesse W. Glass, Wm. Keesee, R. J. Swearingen, Jacob Haller, Alex. Hargrove, L. D. Bragg and J. L. Hammond 
 
213 Jacob Haller and wife to Chappell Hill Institute, Washington County, Texas Nov 13, 1850
 
 
214
James C. Keesee death certificate
James C. Keesee death certificate
 
 
215 James Stephens to William Keesee, December 25, 1837
300 acres, partly in Austin Co., Texas and on the water of Caney Creek and part of league granted by Coahuila and Texas to Stephens, beginning at a corner of Elisha Roberts. 
 
216
Jeremiah Middleton vs Anderson and Smith, Northumberland
Jeremiah Middleton vs Anderson and Smith, Northumberland
Jeremiah, son of John Middleton and Martha Middleton (daughter of Capt. Benedict Middleton) gives affidavit stating the birth of Jeremiah as being Dec. 30, 1788. Martha married Nathaniel Oldham after the death of husband John Middleton in 1789 and Nathaniel Oldham became the guardian of Jeremiah. 
 
217
Jesse Robinson vs. Sarah Robinson juror John J. Lackey
Colorado County, Texas 1838
Jesse Robinson vs. Sarah Robinson juror John J. Lackey Colorado County, Texas 1838
 
 
218 JOHN ALEXANDER MIDDLETON’S OBITUARY By J. A. Russell. Pastor of Mt. Moriah Cumberland Presbyterian Church Fuson, Wright County, Missouri
Story of how Lyn acquired this copy of John Alexander Middleton's obituary, and also the transcription that is on the tombstone of John and wife Mary. 
 
219 John Alexander Obituary by J. A. Russell
 
 
220 John J. Lackey File #391, Bexar County Bounty, Abst. 400, 640 acres, issued of virtue of land warrant #560 Nov., 27, 1838, Gillespie County, Texas, 65 miles north of San Antonio.
 
 
221 John J. Lackey Headright Certificate, File #171, Cert #22, Bexar County 2nd Class, 1/3 league. Issued for the County of Colorado sitting on Sandy Creek in the County of Bexar, 75 miles north of San Antonio, survey Oct 15, 1845 in Llano County, Texas
 
 
222 John Wroe Legatees Vs Peter Wroe (Eldest Brother), Northumberland County, Virginia February 13, 1799
Peter Wroe eldest brother of Hannah Wroe Middleton. Mentions Executors George Wroe and Richard Street. John Middleton and Hannah his wife, Jenny Beacham daughter of Betsy Beacham deceased, who was Betsy Wroe, Jenny, Wroe, Rawleigh Bryant and Nancy his wife, Alice Wore, John Wroe, Samuel Wroe, Sarah R. Wroe orphans of John Wroe decd. 
 
223 Land Grant District Bastrop Bounty #000117 to Eli Mercer
 
 
224 Land Division of John Middleton the Elder, October 21, 1779 Westmoreland County Records and Inventory #6, 1776-1790 Reel 34, P. 48-149 John Middleton Will d.1706, Land division did not take place until 1779 (this land division document)
Transcription

At a Court held for Westmoreland County the 25th day of July 1780
This Bond was Acknowledged by the parties thereto and ordered to be recorded
Teste
Westmoreland County to Will?


In obedience to an order of said County Court bearing date 21st day of October 1779, surveyed and divided the land of John Middleton the elder, deceased in company and by direction of John Rochester and Samuel Rust Gentleman appointed by the court between John Middleton son of Jeremiah Middleton who had a right to one fourth part of the land and purchased another fourth part of John son of Thomas Middleton both decd. The said John the younger now holds two parts. Jemima Middleton one fourth and William and Thomas, two sons of Thomas Middleton deceased holds the other fourth part of the said land. John Middleton's two fourths begins at the letter A. a stake in the line of ______ ___ a _____ on the line of Capt. Benedick Middleton and with his line 192 to B. to be a stake corner _____ in said line with Capt. William Middleton and with his lines S 50 1/2 __ E 35 pole to C. a Dogwood Corner Road ? a dogwood corner ____ S 20 W 26 pole to D. ____ a larger poplar corner ____thence S 57 to 20 pole to E. a larger Sycamore and other corner with Capt. William Middleton. thence N 40 E 70 pole to F. near a large red oak corner now made____ ____ ___ in said Middleton's line thence into the line N4 ___ W 78 pole to G. a stake ______ in the corn field. Thence N 42 E 12 poles to H. ____ a stake now made corner with Jemima Middleton and with her line N 40 49 1/2 west to the beginning. Another piece to make up John Middleton's half the land. Begins at I. a stake now made corner in a bottom with Wm and Tho Middleton and down the said bottom S 69 E 74 pole to J. ___ a maple in the outline near a branch and with the said line N 40 E 68 pole to L. ____a Hicory corner with Samuel Walker, thence N 49 W 67 pole to M. _____a stake now made corner for Jemima Middleton and with her line S 42 West to the beginning which two pieces contain One hundred eighty nine and 1/2 acres of land being one half. Jemima Middleton's fourth part begins at N. ____ a locust tree corner with Capt. Benedick Middleton and in Vincent Brown line and with it S 40 S 49 E 95 pole to M. ___ a stake now made corner. Thence S I. 42 W 156 pole to H. ____ and the stake corner with John Middleton part thence N 49 1/2 West 42 W to Capt. Benedict Middleton's line at A. and with the same land with the same to the beginning which includes ninety four and 3/4 acres. William and Thomas Middleton,s fourth part begins at a Maple by a branch side at H,,J. ? Thence up a bottom N 69 W 74 pole N6 W24 pole to a stake in Jemima Middleton's line at I. thence S42 W 18 W 189 pole to G. a stake now made corner for Jno. Middleton thence S 44 1/2 E near a red oak corner in the out line at F. and with the same N40 E 223 pole to the beginning which includes ninety four and 3/4 acres of land laid out be the directions of the Gentleman above mentioned and in company of all the parties surveyed and completed the 1st day of March 1780 17____
1 & 2 John Middleton 189 1/2
3. Jemima Middleton 94 3/4
4. Wm. and Thomas 94 3/4
Total 379 acres
Signed Griffin Garland

In obedience to an Order of Westmoreland County Court we the subscribers have alotted the lands to each_____agreeable to the written Plott

Children of John Middleton died 1706 and Elizabeth Hammock Middleton

JOHN II d. 1726 his portion was inherited by his son Jeremiah who died in 1769. Being that Jeremiah died before the land division his 1/4 was inherited by his John. John son of Thomas Middleton (who d. approx 1754) and Leazure Brown sold his 1/4 to the above mentioned John also.

ROBERT d. 1754 left in his will land to two sisters Mary and Alice and cousin (nephew) Thomas. This is the portion that was inherited by William and Thomas, sons of Thomas and Leazure Brown Middleton .

THOMAS d. approx. 1754 (wife Leazure) left his portion to son John, who sold his 1/4 to John (mentioned first), son of Jeremiah d. 1769.

BENJAMIN SR. d. 1756 his 1/4 was inherited by his wife Jemima.




 
 
225
Land Donation of 640 Acres to Eli Mercer for fighting at the Battle of San Jacinto
Land Donation of 640 Acres to Eli Mercer for fighting at the Battle of San Jacinto
 
 
226 Land Grant for John J. Lackey, File #102, Cert # 560, for 640 acres, on the Colorado River in Bastrop County, Texas. Issued Nov. 27, 1839, and delivered Sept. 11, 1845
 
 
227 Land Grant given to John J. Lackey, Bastrop 2nd Class, File #33 Cert # 22, dated Aug, 1, 1838 for 8 1/2 labors in County of Colorado, Texas. Given Sept. 15, 1845.
 
 
228 Land Grant given to John J. Lackey, Issued May 25, 1838 File, #103, Cert # 3560, for 1280 acres in Bastrop County, on the Colorado River. Delivered Sept, 15, 1845
 
 
229 Land Grant to Eli Mercer Bastrop 1st District #000377
 
 
230
Land Grant:  Abraham Oliver in Putnam County, Indiana dated 1 Jan 1831
Land Grant: Abraham Oliver in Putnam County, Indiana dated 1 Jan 1831
 
 
231
Land Grant: John A. Middleton, Wright County, Missouri
Land Grant: John A. Middleton, Wright County, Missouri
Homestead Act 
 
232
Land Patent: Robert Middleton, Owen County, Indiana
Land Patent: Robert Middleton, Owen County, Indiana
 
 
233 Last Will and Testament of Eli Mercer
 
 
234 Letter written by Edwin S. Buck, stepsister of Emeline Wagner Howth Keesee, to his sister Jane in Pontiac Michigan. Feb. 4, 1855, Chappell Hill, Washington County, Texas
Edwin S. Buck and his wife, were living with William Keesee and his second wife Emiline. Emiline was first married to Walstein Howth and second married to William Keesee after the loss of his first wife, Mary Chappell Keesee. 
 
235
Louisa and Elizabeth Reich (not positive which sisters they are referring to)
Louisa and Elizabeth Reich (not positive which sisters they are referring to)
 
 
236
Map: Middleton Tarihorne Plantation, Westmoreland County, Virginia
Map: Middleton Tarihorne Plantation, Westmoreland County, Virginia
Plantation owned by Robert Middleton, immigrant
(located at the bottom left of the map) 
 
237
Marriage Bond for John Alexander Middleton and Mary (Oliver) Pegram
Guilford County, North Carolina.
Marriage Bond for John Alexander Middleton and Mary (Oliver) Pegram Guilford County, North Carolina.
Marriage bond dated Mar. 13, 1867 for John Alexander Middleton, son of Dr. James Middleton and Mary (Oliver) Pegram, daughter of Allen Oliver.
Bondsman and Witness: Charles R. Benbow and (w) Jesse Benbow  
 
238
Marriage Bond for John Middleton and Hannah Wroe dated 29 Jan 1788 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.
Marriage Bond for John Middleton and Hannah Wroe dated 29 Jan 1788 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.
John Middleton is the son of Thomas Middleton and Judith. Hannah Wroe is the daughter of John Wroe and Hannah Middleton. 
 
239
Marriage Certificate for George Marion Keesee and Rhoda Flake Dorroh
Marriage Certificate for George Marion Keesee and Rhoda Flake Dorroh
 
 
240
Marriage Certificate for Thomas F. Keesee and Emma Terrissa Lackey
Marriage Certificate for Thomas F. Keesee and Emma Terrissa Lackey
 
 
241
Marriage License for Edna Middleton and William Preston Todd on 5th March 1898.
Marriage License for Edna Middleton and William Preston Todd on 5th March 1898.
Daughter of John Alexander Middleton and Mary (Oliver) Pegram 
 
242
Marriage Record:  Abraham Oliver and Rosa Grant entry date of 4 Aug 1807
Marriage Record: Abraham Oliver and Rosa Grant entry date of 4 Aug 1807
 
 
243
Marriage Register:  Joella Hutchins and James B. Calhoun dated 25 Nov 1892
Marriage Register: Joella Hutchins and James B. Calhoun dated 25 Nov 1892
daughter of Robert P. Hutchins and Luhannah Middleton 
 
244
Mary Jane Keesee Anderson death certificate
Mary Jane Keesee Anderson death certificate
 
 
245
Maxine Clarise 'Mickie' Smith Gaines Obituary
Maxine Clarise "Mickie" Smith Gaines Obituary
 
 
246
Meet your Teacher
Meet your Teacher
 
 
247 Memorial and biographical history of Ellis county, Texas ... Containing a history of this important section of the great state of Texas, from the earliest period of its occupancy to the present time, together with glimpses of its future prospects; with full-page portraits of the presidents of the United States, and also full-page portraits of some of the most eminent men of the county, and biographical mention of many of its pioneers, and also of prominent citizens of to-day ..., Book, 1892; digital images, (http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth33018 : accessed November 02, 2011), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, http://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Public Library, Dallas, Texas.
Sketch of Thomas Kessee (Keesee) and George Kessee (Keesee) 
 
248 Middleton Gravestones Ebenezer Cemetery By Annie Rogers
 
 
249
Military Draft Registration Card:  Jess Middleton
Military Draft Registration Card: Jess Middleton
1917-1918 
 
250
Military Draft Registration Card:  Joseph Andrew Middleton
Military Draft Registration Card: Joseph Andrew Middleton
1942 
 

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