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Family: Sarrett/Surratt/mnu Sarrett/Surratt (F760)
m. ca 1739

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  • Parents

    Father | Male
    Sarrett/Surratt Samuel
     Birth  ca 1708  Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     Died  1775  North Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location
     Buried     
     Married  ca 1739   
     Father  Sarrett/Surratt Joseph, 1st | F758 Group Sheet 
     Mother  mnu Sarrett/Surratt Katherine | F758 Group Sheet 

    Mother | Female
    mnu Sarrett/Surratt Anna
     Birth  ca 1708   
     Died  Bef 1749  prob Orange County, North Carolina Person County now Find all individuals with events at this location
     Buried     
     Father   
     Mother   
     
    Children

    Child 1 | Female
    Sarrett/Surratt Rebecca
     Birth  ca 1730   
     Died  1801   
     Buried     
     Spouse  Arendall Jr. Benjamin | F763 
     Married  ca 1750   

    Child 2 | Male
    > Sarrett/Surratt Joseph, III
     Birth  ca 1732  Bridgewater Plantation Prince George County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     Died  1801  South Hyco Plantation Orange/Caswell/Person County, North Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location
     Buried    Sarratt Family Cemetery Hyco Plantation Find all individuals with events at this location
     Spouse  mnu Sarrett/Surratt Ann | F765 
     Married  Bef 1754  South Hyco Plantation Find all individuals with events at this location

    Child 3 | Unknown
    Sarrett/Surratt Abraham, I
     Birth  ca 1737   
     Died  1784   
     Buried     

    Child 4 | Male
    Sarrett/Surratt Allen, 1
     Birth  ca 1740   
     Died  1810   
     Buried     
     Spouse  Sucree Keshia | F764 
     Married  ca 1765   

    Child 5 | Male
    > Sarrett/Surratt Samuel, 11
     Birth  ca 1742   
     Died  1808  Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location
     Buried     
     Spouse  mnu Sarrett/Surratt Elizabeth | F1118 
     Married     

    Child 6 | Male
    Sarrett/Surratt Richard, 1
     Birth  ca 1743   
     Died  1784   
     Buried     
     
  • Notes 

    • 13 Mar. 1729 Survey
      Samuel SARRATT of Prince George's Co., MD. had a "Survey" done on 13 Mar. 1729, for some 90 acres of land in Charles Co., MD. However, when he received his "Bridgewater" Land Grant in Oct. of 1731, it was for only 70 acres. This 70 acres was entirely in Charles County, MD. and just below the Prince George's County line and adjacent to RICHARD BEANS'S "Thomas Inheritance", (which his brother, JOSEPH, 2 SARRATT, acquired some 22 years later in 1753) and adjoining John THOMAS'S "Bowling Green" tract.
      (See Patent Book, #8, Pages 241 & 242, Hall of Records, Annapolis, MD...prs)
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      Move to Granville, Orange Co., NC. 1751
      Their is no further records of our Samuel,1 SARRATT in Maryland, but 7 years later, (1751) at age 43, it is believed, he appeared in North Carolina applying for a Lord Granville Grant of land. Its not really proof as to where Samuel,1 SARRATT lived from the time he made arrangements to sell his land in 1742, and when he shows up in the South Hyco River area (Now Person Co.) of North Carolina in 1751 [REF: #90 Pg22]
      After Samuel,1 SARRETT, age 34, sold his property in Prince George's Co., Maryland, he probably followed the Trading Path, originally and Indian trail that went from Fort Henry (now Petersburg, Virginia) westward into Rowan County, North Carolina, where it crossed the Yadkin River at Trading Ford (near Salisbury) which continues to the Indian Camps of South Carolina and Georgia. [REF: #90 Pg23]

      Samuel,1 SARRETT, age 43 with his 1st. Wife ANN and 6 young Children, settled in 1751, not to far south of the Virginia boarder in North Carolina and begin to improve, some property on the South Hyco and Double Creeks, then part of Granville County, now can be identified in Person Co., NC.