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  • Name  DEAN 
    Repository ID  REPO9 
     
  •  Notes 
    • 1860 Census Belews Creek Forsyth County, P. O. Salem Chapel
      #2015 Lucy Middleton
      #2016 Thomas C. Dean age 43
      wife Lucretia age 40 (Lucretia Elinor Vance Dean)

      Granville Marriages
      James Grissom and Elizabet Hester 2 Oct, 1771
      William Huckaby, Benjamin Whicker Jr., bm: Jesse Benton, Wit.


      Indenture:
      1824
      Elijah Hester of the County of Stokes and State of North Carolina; Frederick Dean of the County of State of the aforesaid. Parcel of land being and lying in the county aforesaid on the water of the Middle Fork of Belews Creek, adjoining William Wahman? and Thomas Vass? mentions adj. property formerly owned by John Hester.Mentions a John Hester deceased. Witnesses: Nicholas Dean and James Whicker

      Indenture:
      1836
      James Hester of Stokes County , North Carolina; Jerry Frazier of the same County mentions Belews Creek
      Witnesses: E. Hester and Archilbald Dean

      Rootsweb family tree has
      Frederich Dean marr. Frances
      son
      Solomon Dean married Mary
      Children: Mary b. 1787 Stokes, Elizabeth b. 1790 Stokes marr. Moses Smith, Archelous Dean b. 1795 Guilford, marr Elizabeth (Betsy) Crews, Frederic Dean b. 1800 Stokes marr. Polly Brooks, William Dean b. 1803
      son
      Archelous Dean is the father of Thomas Crews Dean b. 1818 that is living next door to Lucy Middleton 1860 Forsyth Co. census.
      Thomas Crews Dean married Lucretia Eleonor Vance.

      Guilford County NC Deeds and Grants
      November 8, 1784
      Number 1107
      Document provided by cousin Anne James

      A grant from the state of North Carolina to Frederick Dean.

      To all to whom these presents shall come greeting! Know ye that we for and in consideration of the sum of fifty shilling for every hundred acres, hereby granted paid into our treasury by Frederick Dean

      have given and grant and by these presents do give and grant unto the said Frederick Dean, a tract of land containing Four hundred and forty seven acres laying and being in our county of Guilford on the head ..brancher..of Deep River,beginning at Williams Grays corner , Hickory saplin on level thence along his line just one hundred and twentyeight poles to John Shelley's corner, Spanish Oak, thence along his line North, one hundred and forty poles to a Black Oak, thence, west two hundred and ninetysix poles to the center of two Black Oaks and a Chestnut in William...Jerry's....line south along his line fifty-two poles to his corner post Oak and Black Jack, thence, along his line west, Twenty-foure poles to a White Oak, thence, south croping a branch one hundred and sixty poles a Scally-barked Hickory, thence, south thirty two degrees East croping a branch thirty six poles to a White Oak, thence,south ...Sixty.. five degrees ...east....one hundred and ....?...to a post Oak,

      thence south fifty foure poles to two Black Oaks in ....?...line, thence, along his line, east, eighty poles to a black Oak in William Grays line, thence along his line north to the ...fers station...as by the plat hereunto annexed doth appear together with all woods, water,mines, and minerals...? and...? to the said belonging or pertaining to the said Frederick Dean, his heirs, and ...? for ....? and paying to us such sums of money yearly or otherwise to our general assembly from time to time may direct provided ...? that the said Frederick Dean shall cause this grant to be registered in the registers office of our said county of Guilford, within twelve months from the date here of...otherwise.. the same shall be void and none effect in testimony whereof we have..?.. to be made Patent and our great seal to be hereunto affixed ....?. Alexander Martin, Esquire, our Governor, Captain, General and Commander-in-cheif at New Bern, the eight day of November in the Ninth year of our Independence in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eightyfoure.

      Nov.1, 1851 - Moses Dean was convicted of Negro stealing last week at Guilford Superior Ct. Defended by Messrs. GC Mendenhall, JT Morehead, and DH Starbuck. Dean was sentenced to hang, but took appeal to Supreme Ct.-Which court of late, seems to be temporary refuge of all rascals!

      Abram Weaver also tried with same lawyers but in Rockingham County. - stole Negro Philip G Smith
      ( or slave of Philip Smith, Not clear) - he was found not guilty.

      May 1, 1852 - Guilford Sup. Court. Moses Dean- Trail for life for Negro stealing. -jury could not agree- the offense was metigated from capital felony, then jury returned verdict of guilty of Grand Larceny- sentenced to 39 lashes .

      Frederich Dean's
      Will Abstract

      Guilford County, N. C. WILL ABSTRACTS

      A:095 - Frederick Dean - 15 March 1798, - Prb May 1798
      Wife Frances - all my estate; child's part if she remarries.
      Sons - Thomas & Solomon, - 5 shillings
      Daus - Mary & Elizabeth - five shillings.
      Unmarried daus: Sarah, Frances, Rebekah, Nansee, Charity, and Jean Dean - each
      at time of, marriage [feather bed & furniture, Cow and calf, 3 pd 17 sh worth of my
      household furniture.
      Sons Isaac & Frederich - home place at wife's decease (minors)
      Exrs : Wife Frances Dean, son-in-law Richard Bowman
      Wits : Hezekiah Starbuck, William Gray, James Whicker

      Provided by Bobby Lykins


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      Solomon Deen's
      Will Abstract

      Stokes Co. Wills Vols 1, 4 1290 - 1864

      p. 144 2 October 1843, Will of Solomon Dean. March term 1844.
      To Elizabeth SMITH (Wife of Moses SMITH):
      Heirs of Wm DEEN;
      Heirs of Frederick DEEN;
      Mary FRAZER (Wife of Jeremiah FRAZER)
      each equal share after paying my son, Archelous DEAN $10.00.
      Executors: Son-in-Law Moses SMITH and Jeremiah FRAZER
      Signed: (X) Solomon DEEN (or DUN).
      *NOTE: This could also be DUNN or DUN the signature is definitely DUN or
      DEEN, the name in the probate is definitely DEAN, spelled with an A.
      Witnesses: John WATSON and John LOWERY

      Provided by Bobby Lykins

      Frederich Dean's
      Will Abstract

      Guilford County, N. C. WILL ABSTRACTS

      A:095 - Frederick Dean - 15 March 1798, - Prb May 1798
      Wife Frances - all my estate; child's part if she remarries.
      Sons - Thomas & Solomon, - 5 shillings
      Daus - Mary & Elizabeth - five shillings.
      Unmarried daus: Sarah, Frances, Rebekah, Nansee, Charity, and Jean Dean - each
      at time of, marriage [feather bed & furniture, Cow and calf, 3 pd 17 sh worth of my
      household furniture.
      Sons Isaac & Frederich - home place at wife's decease (minors)
      Exrs : Wife Frances Dean, son-in-law Richard Bowman
      Wits : Hezekiah Starbuck, William Gray, James Whicker

      Provided by Bobby Lykins


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      Solomon Deen's
      Will Abstract

      Stokes Co. Wills Vols 1, 4 1290 - 1864

      p. 144 2 October 1843, Will of Solomon Dean. March term 1844.
      To Elizabeth SMITH (Wife of Moses SMITH):
      Heirs of Wm DEEN;
      Heirs of Frederick DEEN;
      Mary FRAZER (Wife of Jeremiah FRAZER)
      each equal share after paying my son, Archelous DEAN $10.00.
      Executors: Son-in-Law Moses SMITH and Jeremiah FRAZER
      Signed: (X) Solomon DEEN (or DUN).
      *NOTE: This could also be DUNN or DUN the signature is definitely DUN or
      DEEN, the name in the probate is definitely DEAN, spelled with an A.
      Witnesses: John WATSON and John LOWERY

      Provided by Bobby Lykins


      http://www.customcpu.com/dean/family.htm

      Frederick Dean is said to have been born in
      Dublin, Ireland (year unknown), and he died in 1798 in Guilford Co. North Carolina.
      Frederick's son (2nd generation) Solomon Dean, is believed to have been born in
      Dublin, Ireland (year unknown) and he came to the U.S. in 1760 as an infant,
      settling in Guilford Co. in 1770. At some point later, Solomon moved to neighboring
      Forsyth County (or the county lines changed), where his son (3rd generation)
      Archelous Dean was born.