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1101 Early in the eighteenth century - possibly in 1732 - five Trimble brothers names James, Moses, John, David and Alexander emigrated from County Armaghm Ireland to America. They came over in their own boat and landed in Baltimore, Maryland. Established families appeared with some of these five immigrants, who may have settled in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio. The ancestors of these Trimbles had been Scotch Presbyterians.
The Wolfe County, Kentucky branch of the Trimble family is said to have been descended from David, one of the five immigrant brothers. David Trimble (1760 - 1827) was the son of a James Trimble. It is unknown what relationship existed between the said James Trimble (1735 - 1815) and David, the immigrant.
David Trimble married Lucy Lacy, of Greenbriar County, Virginia (now West Virginia) on August 28, 1781. The county records of that period show the following marriages of four other Lacys -
William Lacy to Martha Blankenship, July 3, 1786
John Lacy to Sarah Porter, June 26, 1788.
Mark Lacy to Agnes McDonald, November 21, 1785.
Pheby (Phoebe) Lacy to James Kash, December 17, 1791.
Some of these Lacys, if not all, played a part in history of Wolfe County. (The given name "Lucy" and other Lacy data - Ruth Frey.)
In the fall of 1797, David and Lucy Lacy Trimble left Greenbrier County, Virginia (now West Virginia) to settle in the newly created county of Montgomery in Kentucky. Among the people in their traveling party were Lucy's sister, Phoebe, and her husband, James Kash, and James' brother Caleb.
The Trimbles located in the vicinity of Mt. Sterling, possibly near Jeffersonville (Ticktown). There they reared eleven children named Mark, William, Polly, Nancy, John, Isaac, Lucinda, Louise, Jane Clark and Elizabeth. Three of these children who settled in the present county of Wolfe were Louisa, Elizabeth and William.
Louisa (1804 - 1890) married Solomon Cox. In 1837, according to J.G. Trimble, Solomon Cox brought five wagon loads of merchandise through Hazel Green on his way to Quicksand. His caravan created much excitement; some people viewed in amazement their first wagons!
Solomon and Louisa Trimble Cox are buried in the Hazel Green cemetery.
Elizabeth, another daughter of David Trimble was, according to family tradition, the first wife of "the first" Caleb Kash. Elizabeth and her husband lived at Daysboro, where she passed away at an early age. It is not known whether she left any heirs.
William, son of David and Lucy Lacy Trimble, was born in Greenbrier County, Virginia (now West Virginia) on January 12, 1787. At the age of ten, he came to Montgomery County, Kentucky, with his parents.
When the War of 1812 came up, he enlisted and served as the Bugler for his regiment. In later years, he told his son, J. Green Trimble, that at the most crucial moment in the Battle of the Thames the silver tones of his bugle-horn gave his fellow soldiers encouragement and cheered them on to glorious victory.
On November 15, 1814, William Trimble married Eleanor O'Hair, who was called Nellie. She was born on October 14, 1797, and was the daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Tribbett O'Hair.
In 1815, William and Eleanor Trimble went to houstkeeping in a log cabin on a tract of land which he had previously bought for five cents an acre. This area embrace the lower part and about one third of the large bottom on Red River along with several thousand acres of hillside land. Between 1821 and 1823, he bought another tract of two hundred acres, which became the heart of the present town of Hazel Green, Kentucky. Here William Trimble built a large log house in a pine grove across the street from the second site of the Hazel Green Christian Church on State Street. At a later date his house was weatherboarded. Today a lone pine marks the site.
William Trimble laid out the village streets in his domain in 1825. Gradually lots were sold and a town was built. In the interim, the place was called Trimble's Store after its first business house. This log structure that was erected by William Trimble was on the Main and State Street corner, which is now the site of the May Restaurant. William Trimble finally named his town after Hazel Green, Alabama, and the luxuriant hazelnut bushes that covered a large part of the area.
He built up, according to J.T. Day, a lively trade in furs, peltries, and farm products. In addition he was a farmer, a cattle grower, a hog raiser, and a dealer in land and slaves. William Trimble, the founder of Hazel Green, was its first postmaster. In this capacity, he served for twenty-four years. By the time his village of twenty-seven lots had become an established town in 1849, he had amassed a fortune. William Trimble was not a churchman, but he donated land for the first churches in Hazel Green. The First Christian Church was located on a part of the Main and State St. lot which was used later for the J.T. Store.
Thirteen children were born to William and Eleanor O'Hair Trimble. As they grew up, married each was the recipient of a handwoven coverlid. Some of these were made by slaves in the William Trimble spinning and weaving house. They carded the wool for the one that is called the Lizzie Trimble Turner coverlid. Later, they tinted part of the wool with a blue dye, that had been made by "boiling down" certain berries. The center of this lovely old blue and white spread is a beautifully executed design of flowers, graceful leaves, and ferns. In between the year date of 1844 which is woven into each corner of the surrounding border is the repetitive pattern of a little church and a little school house with intervening trees. At least one of the coverlids displays the artistic handwork of Eleanor O'Hair Trimble, who passed away on May 24, 1855. Others were woven by an old man who went through the country hauling a loom with seventeen treadles. Each of the existing coverlids is a prized heirloom of the descendant who owns it today.
The ravages of the Civil War, which is spread over his little town, saddened William Trimble. He stooped with the years and walked more slowly.
On October 3, 1870, James Greenville Trimble wrote the following letter to his youngest brother, Frank, in Summerville, Tennessee -
"It is my painful duty to announce to you the death of our father which occurred last night (Sunday) at a quarter before ten o'clock.
He suffered the most excruciating pain during the last three or four weeks; was conscious of his approaching dissolution, and was entirely resigned to his fate. He informed me nearly two weeks since that he would die on the day that he did. He will be buried tomorrow morning and his funeral preached at ten o'clock." (Letter - Ester Wilson)
Thus passed away in his eighty-fourth year William Trimble, the founder of Hazel Green, Kentucky.
The thirteenth children of William and Eleanor O'Hair Trimble were Evaline, Caroline, William Preston, David Shelton, James Greenville, Stephen Asbury, Emily Jane, Rose Ann, Louisa Jane, Mary Elizabeth (Lizzie), Nelson Harvey, Melissa, and Jay Franklin. 
 
1102 From: "lmstorey"
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Re: Mann/Woody in Roane Tenn
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 15:11:42 -0500
References:


I don,t know this Mary Polly Cypert.I am relaited to the Anderson and Cypert
from Wayne Co Tn.I decend from James B And Mary Cypert.I also decent from
the Mann family from Smith Co Tn.I havent research the Anderson and Cypert
that much but I have a file on them.I am from Stone Co Ar. Lyndell Storey
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From:
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Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 1:34 PM
Subject: [ARIZARD-L] Re: Mann/Woody in Roane Tenn


> This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.
>
> Classification: Query
>
> Message Board URL:
>
> http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/ZV.2ADE/864.871.873.1.1.1
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> Message Board Post:
>
> Hi Golia
>
> Likely not of much help byt from the book ?The Manns From Tennesse To
Texas?
>
> Gives some on the Manns in TN.
>
> The Mann family history will include many references to the Woody family
due to the close association and relationship of these two families for
about 150 years. The story passed down to us is that John Mann and Sam Woody
(the Parker County settler) were half-brothers. This is an area we are still
researching and have so far found no definite records to prove or disprove
this relationship. They also married sisters, Delilah Woody and Hannah
Woody, who were supposedly no relation to Sam before marriage.
>
> Our story begins in Tennessee on November 19, 1808, when John N. Mann was
born. We have thus far been unsuccessful in tracing his parents who were of
English descent. The area of Tennessee where the Manns lived at that time
was sometimes considered a part of North Carolina. Records of both states
must be checked and this is further complicated by the loss of many records
during the Civil War. Even the existing records are difficult to decipher
due to the handwriting and the aged, faded ink. Often the names were
misspelled such as Waddy and Marr. The earliest definite records are the
Roane County, Tennessee, marriage records showing:
>
> 25 March, 1817 - Sarnuel Woody and Hannah Woody 15 Septeniber, 1826 - John
Mann and Delilah Woody
>
> W. Mann solemnized marriages in this book but it is not known if he was
a. minister or a Justice of Peace. (Perhaps he is the father of John Mann
that we are searching for.)
>
> The Woody's had previously migrated to Tennessee from Orange County, North
Carolina, and there were Manns located there also.
>
> The federal census for 1830 in Roane County, Tennessee lists the following
heads of families living north of the Tennessee River:
> John Mann John Wooddy
> Samuel Wooddy Robert Wooddy
>
> In the next census, 1840, the John Manns were living next door to the
Brice Woodys in Roane County. Back in 1834, there is record of John Mann
deeding stock and equipment to "Brice Woody, his brother-in-law, for love
and affection. Also living nearby in 1840 were the Samuel, John and Robert
Woody families and Owen Davis who married Nancy Mann in 1834. Owen Davis was
the Justice of Peace who ten years later in Upshur County, Texas, performed
the marriage of Mary "Pop" Mann and Thomas MeCright. Another deed record was
made on Feb 1, 1844, to John Mann and Brison Woody on the waters of Lackeys
Creek (near Louisville) where it empties into the Tennessee River. In many
early Tennessee counties from the year 1800 to the 1900's, we have found
deeds, marriage bonds, aldermen, frontier volunteers, jury- men, even a
fiddling master from the Mann family but their exact relationship is un-
certain until we do further research.
>
> In my information there is no mention of Izard Co. or Stone Co.
>
> I will give you the entries froom my Woody tree that mention Arkansas
>
> John Ellison married my great grandmother, Sarah Jane Woody, on October 5,
1877, in Wayne County. Sarah Jane Woody was born February 12, 1861, in Wayne
County, the sixth of eleven children born to John J. Woody and Nancy Jane
Stanfield
> John Ellison moved his family to Searcy County, Arkansas, about 1881.
Several families made the move together.
> 1.2.2.1.1.1.6.1. Henry Bogart, Woody, Born: 12-28-1839 at Kingston Roane
Co. TN. D 3-19-19?? at Ott Fulton Co. AR., Father/Mother; Brice Woody and
Elizabeth Bogart. Married Caroline Matilda Erwin daughter of James Albert
Erwin and Sarah Sallie Levi married on 11-24-1864, at Kingston, Roane Co.,
TN. Buried: 3-21-19xx, Dennis Cemetery, Mansfield, Wright Co., MO. Ancestral
Line; Brice/JohnIV/John III Woody,/John II Woody/John I Woody/ Isaac Woody/
Richard I, Woody, Children of Henry Bogart Woody and Caroline Matilda Erwin
were 1. Mary A., Lowell. 2. James L., 3. Sarah Elizabeth. 4. Amanda
Jane. 5. Henry Brice. 6. Joseph A. 7. John W. and 8.Samuel.
>
> (Goes on to mention the Admire and Carter families)
>
> 1.2.2.1.1.1.6.2.6., Thomas F. Sr., Woody, B in 1871 in AR. D 12-11-1933,
Married; Falby (maiden name unknown), Ancestral Line; John
W.//Brice/JohnIV/John III Woody,/John II Woody/John I Woody/ Isaac Woody/
Richard I, Woody, Thomas and Falby had 3 children; Clary, Susie and Jim.
>
> 1.2.2.1.1.6.6.1., Joseph, Woody, B 1805, D unknown in Azad Co. Ark, Fther
& Mother; Robert Woody Rachel Rickets, Married; Mary Polly Cypert B 1804 D
Ark, Mary Cypert was the dau. of Francis and Abigail Johnson Cypert. Lived;
Wayne Co. TN. & AR., Ancestral Line; Robert/Joseph,John III, John II, John
I, Isaac, Richard I, Woody, Joseph and Mary had 8 children, John J.,
Elizabeth, Rachel Emaline, Joshua Anderson, Comfort, Mary A., Joseph and
Ivy.
>
> Yhat is all I could find.
>
> Take Care Micha

Lackey Creek Fishing near Louisville, Tennessee ...
www.hookandbullet.com/fishing-lackey-creek-louisville-tn/
Lackey Creek is a stream located just .5 miles from Louisville, in Blount County, in the state of Tennessee, United States


Surnames: BENTON DAVIS
Submitter: Lynn Godfrey (lgodfrey@lcc.net)
Date: 19 Oct 1999

Looking for information about LECO(LUCEY) BENTON, b. 1772, Edgefield Co., S.C. Married ISAAC DAVIS, b. 1772-73 Laurens Co., S.C. Migrated to Tenn. Son, Samuel Houston Davis, b. 1805-07 in Sevier Co., Tenn. Migrated to Texas in 1839. Listed on 1850 Texas census of Van Zandt Co..

The following Davis men are known to have moved from Roane County, TN to the VanZandt/Wood counties in Texas.

Isaac Davis, born abt 1770 according to 1850 census. Living "next door" to Samuel Davis in 1850 in TX.
Samuel H. Davis, born abt 1807: Probably the first to go to TX. Known to have arrived in Texas 5 May 1839 (from TX land records). Married Elizabeth Evans in 1835 in Roane Co.
Owen S Davis, born Sep 11, 1811 moved to TX in 1840s. Married Nancy Mann in 1834 in Roane Co.
Both probable sons of Isaac Davis (from deed records, census and family records). Both had sons named James.

Davises connected who stayed in Roane County connected to the above listed men.
David Davis born abt 1804 m to Sarah Snow in 1828
Martha Davis born abt 1816 m to Pleasant Norman
David and Martha Davis are known children of Isaac Davis (from court records)
possible additional son, W.I.S. Davis

Nancy Thompson's (nee Rector) sister was Elizabeth Rector who married Lewis Davis June 30, 1829 in Roane County. Their father was Landon Rector. Lewis Davis and Elizabeth Rector only had one child known to have survived to adulthood. His name was Rector Davis and he married Lieu Anna Lemmons in 1850 in McMinn County.
Charles


 
 
1103 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.








 
 
1104 ---------------------------------------------
In the 1880 Monroe Township, Guilford NC census ther is a Julia Dilworth age 45 listed with daughter Gusta age 12, Margie age 10, Luzette Whittingon age 22, and son Albert age 20. Believe this to be the Julia that married William and listed in the 1870 Guilford Census. 
 
1105 Harvey Dilworth married Elizabeth Moore (father Henry Moore) Parents of Harvey is Abraham Dilworth and Rachel Hopkins.
1835 Harvey Purchased land Rockingham County, NC
Big Troublesome Creek joined John C. Murray, Richard Henderson, McBride, George Lemonds, and Francis Vaughn.
1837 Harvey was listed as adj. property owner in deed from his wife's uncle to her brother in law Elliott Donnell.
1840 lived next door to William/Wilson? Henderson. Moved to Forsyth County the next year.
1850 census Forsyth
1870 census Forsyth-Kernersville

William D. Dilworth b. 1814 married Susan Searcy
Jane "Jiney" Dilworth b. 1778 Guilford married John Reid b. 1777.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/i/p/Robin-Lipford-NC/FILE/0001text.txt

 
 
1106 _____________________________________________
Dilworths in the 1870 North Carolina Census
Adia Dilworth age 6o female Simpsonville, Rockingham Co
Arington Dilvorth Age 55 Male Greensboro, Guilford Co
Harvey Dilworth Age 61 Male Kernersville, Forsyth Co
Rachel Dilworth Age ? Female Simpsonville, Rockingham Co
Robert Dilworth Age 21 Male Salem Chapel Twp Forsyth Co
William Dilworth Age 40 Male Monroe, Guilford Co.
(Williams wife is Julia---Luzetta Whittington age 12 is living w/them

In the 1860 census a William is living with Harvey.  
 
1107 ___________________________________________________
Louzette Whittington Paylor

Birth: Dec. 23, 1856
Guilford County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Feb. 2, 1935
Gilmer
Guilford County
North Carolina, USA

Louzette's mother is Julia who remarried William Dilworth.

First Spouse: William H, Hopkins

Second spouse: Franklin A. Paylor

1860 United States Federal Census
about Julia N Wattington

Name:Julia N Wattington

Age in 1860:26

Birth Year:abt 1834

Birthplace:Chatham

Home in 1860:
North Division, Guilford, North Carolina
Gender:Female
Post Office:Greensboro
Household Members:
Lucette J Wattington3

Albert W Wattington 1

Family links:
Children:
William H Hopkins (1882 - 1928)*
Leslie H Hopkins (1884 - 1922)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Green Hill Cemetery
Greensboro
Guilford County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: Section: 29 Lot: 16 Grave: 4

Created by: Brad
Record added: Jan 28, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104309000



 
 
1108
Sherry Jumper

09/18/15 at 9:31 AM

ToKatherine Woerner
CCKathie Pearson


Message body








That is so great. I was working hard on my dna last night. I located 15 people last night that share the same area of my chromosome line 16. They are in three distinct groups, but all seem to work the same way. Group #1 has five people in it. They are all marked 2nd to 4th cousin. Since I know my 2nd to 4th cousins on my mothers side, I think they are on my Dad's line. One man is related to me and each of the other four people, but the other four people are related to him and me, but not to each other. This leads me to believe that the four are on my dad's maternal side and that he is on my dad's paternal side. At any rate they are on different sides of an ancestor couple. This probably means that they are not from Wm R and Margaret, but from Unknown Willingham and wife, parents of Wm R. or could be from the parents of Margaret. One of them is a descended from Middleton, Dowdle, Givins (this is three generations of wife of John Styers, who I think is possibly Margaret's dad) The biggest problem is they don't all list their surnames and trees.




Sometimes I feel like the old saying "Oh the tangled web we weave" but I am not trying to deceive anyone.







Sherry Ann [Willingham] Jumper

Family Researcher
North East Texas
Upshur County TX



On Fri, Sep 18, 2015 at 7:55 AM, Katherine Woerner wrote:




I'm working on my cousins familyfinderDNA matches for him. Was very interested when I saw the Ellis name and even more interested when I quickly got this super nice response. Sharing with you in case it ties in anywhere. I'm writing him back to ask about Nimrod Ellis who was with John Willingham in Granville Co., NC.

Katherine


Begin forwarded message:



From: James Ellis
Date: September 17, 2015 at 10:10:44 PM CDT
To: Katherine Woerner
Cc: Willingham Doug
Subject: Re: 2-4th cousin Match
Reply-To: James Ellis





Katherine and Doug,




I have tried to find a connection but have not found one yet. However, almost all of the cousins listed, I have no idea who they are. I will keep your name and information on hand and if I find the connection will let you know. I have only been working on my genealogy for a short time and have over 1100 in my fathers line.




My mother was adopted and just this week, due to DNA connections on Ancestry, I believe I now know who my grandmother is. I have around 100 names on her side of the tree now. I do not think her line is our connection as it looks like her family were Ohioans and did not move much out of the area.




The Ellis's had a strong presence in NC, TN, etc part of the country and spread all over. My own family and siblings and family are scattered to the four corners of the US, literally (CA, WA, ID, MI, upper NY, NYC, NC, FL, TX, CO, MO, and KS.) My family grew up in MO and great grandparents moved there from NC.




I do have a lot of DNA analyses results coming in next month: two of my brothers Autosomal DNA on Ancestry, my mtDNA on Family Tree and expanded YDNA on Family Tree. I should have tons to work on by the end of November. I really have not done too much on Family Tree yet, as I have been waiting for the data to be processed before getting much more involved in checking out all the connections.




I now have roots (or branches) in Texas. My youngest son lives in Austin and got Master degree in engineering at UT, a grandson is a student at UT and, grandson graduated from Texas Tech.









On Thursday, September 17, 2015 5:37 PM, Katherine Woerner wrote:






I am Katherine Willingham Woerner, cousin of Doug Willingham, who recently did the FamilyFinderDNA test and has a 2-4th cousin match with you. I'm helping Doug with this DNA project.



You can view Doug's and my Willingham (and associated names) lines on our website:




earlytexasfamilies.com




Click on genealogy on the left of the homepage.

In the chart of surnames, click on Willingham.

At the end of the essay on Archibald Willingham (our oldest proven Willingham ancestor), click on next.

In the family group sheet for Archibald's family, click on (8) Sterling Andrew Willingham who is Doug's ancestor.

The child (9) Welborn Willingham is Doug's ancestor; associated names can be seen as you follow Doug's line; his line continues with (15) Dr. Welborn. At the bottom of this page you will see that the information on Doug's line was provided by him and the link can be used to email Doug.




We appreciate your looking to see whether you can recognize a common surname and welcome questions from you. Will you please share your list of surnames with us?




Thank you,

Katherine Willingham Woerner

klww@hctc.net 
 
1109 Sherry
Me/Truman Travis Willingham/Henry Jackson Willingham/Wm R. Willingham. So the father of your William Rhodes is my great-grandfather.

I wanted to let you know that one of my matches Dr. Suzanne Pratt is my 4th cousin, 1R already thru William Glass and Sarah White. BUT she also descends from Thomas Willingham and Judith Finch. Her e-mail is sgprattmd@gmail.com

Her surnames are: Addison, Anderson, Arnd, Ayers, Ballard, Banning, Barfield, Barrett, Barron, Bass, Bayes, Bayley, Baylis, Bayliss, Bazemore, Beamon, Beaumont, Becraft, Bennett, Billington, Bishop, Blackshaw, Blackshear, Blair, Blalock, Bliss, Bolt, Boltwood, Bond, Booth, Boren, Brainerd, Brasfield, Brayton, Bryan, Bull, Burnham, Burt, Burtt, Bushnell, Caide, Caldwell, Cannon, Cansfield, Carroll, Chapman, Church, Clark, Clarke, Clopton, Coggins, Coley, Collins, Colt, Continent, Cook, Cosby, Crosby, Curtis, Dallis, Danforth, Daux, Davis, Davol, Dawson, De La Croix, De Reynaud, Dedouvrin, Dee, Dewberry, Divall, Du Trieux, Durham, DuTrieux (Truax), Earle, Edwards, Elliott, Ellison, Eyers, Falconer, Farmer, Faulkner, Faut, Finch, Fischbach, Fletcher, Flournoy, Forel, Foster, Fourneyrol, Franck, Frazier, Fuller, Garland, Garrard, Garrett, Gernor, Gibson, Gideons, Glass, Glaze, Graham, Gray, Grombridge, Gudgo, Gullock, Haefner, Haener, Haeussler, Haile, Hammon, Hammons, Hampton, Hansford, Hargraves, Harris, Harvey, Haussler, Hills, Hodgson, Holt, Howard, Hudspeth, Hull, Humphrey, Humphreys, Jackson, Jarrett, Johnson, Jones, Jordan, Kay, Keller, Key, Knott (?), Lafon, Langford, Lawrence, Leiker, Lestrange, Leverett, Lewis, Littleton, Loflin, Macland, Maennlein, Maffett, Mahone, Mann, Marshall, Martiau, Martin, Marvin, Massey, Maurer, Maxey, Meigs, Meredith, Methvin, Miller, Montfort, Morel, Morton, Mosby, Moss, Mosse, Moulton, Mueller, Murphy, O'Cannon, Olmsted, Panton, Parker, Parks, Partridge, Perry, Person, Persons, Porter, Post, Powell, Puerari, Rambeau, Randolph, Reno, Reynaud, Roberts, Roquemore, Russell, Rutty, Samford, Scarsbrook, Schibendrein, Schneider, Schubdrein, Selden, Shaw, Shuptrine, Simmons, Smith, Sowell, Spencer, Spivey, Stannard, Stannard (Stonard), Stevens, Stokes, Stout, Stroud(?), Sutcliffe, Symmes, Tandy, Taylor, Thomas, Thornton, Tiffany, Tinsley, Tomlin, Townsend, Tuck, Turner, Unknown, Vawter, Ventres, Von Princis, Vrenne, Wade, Waggonman, Wakeman, Walker, Waller, Walstone, Walton, Warner, Warren, Watts, Weathers, Welby, White, Whitfield, Whitlock, Willen, Willingham, Wimberly, Witt, Woolfolk(?), Worley, Wright
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I am sending you a link to an article about the son of James Ellis, son of Radford Ellis. James lived in 1820 in Jasper County, GA and in 1830 in Newton County, GA. I don't believed he moved just lived in the portion of Jasper that became Newton County in 1821. Of interest Zachariah Glass, possible father of Elizabeth Glass Willingham died ca. 1826 in Newton County, GA. Also a Moses Trimble died in 1828 Newton County, GA. I have pinpointed this Trimble family to be the one connected to Moses Trimble (don't know how) that the Willingham siblings lived with in St. Francis County, Arkansas........but have no proof.....
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Also on my brothers dna, yes he matches 67 y chromosomes to 67 y chromosomes of John Mark Ellis and 65 to 67 of two of John's cousins, Edward Lee Larson, Jr (adopted) and Mark Steven Ellis.

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DNA from individual that descends from Radford Ellis.

Here are his listing of surnames:

Aiton [LA/TX], Andrews [VA], Berner [Germany], Berry [VA/AR], Bird [NC/AL], Bird/ Sr, Bird/Byrd [TX], Blount [VA], Booher [TN], Bostick [England/MD/NC/TN/TX], Brooks [KY/OK/TX], Burleson [NC/MS/TN], Bush [KY], Clement [VA], Cordell [GA], Cox [MD/VA/NC/KY/MS/TX], Cox/ Jr, Deschamps, Dillard [VA], Dishongh [NC/TN/MS/TX], Dishough, Duzron, Ellis [VA/NC/MS/AR/TX], Fhodda, Green [KY], Hargrove [VA], Harrison [VA], Herter [Germany], Hicks [GA/MS], Hodges [AL], Holdsworth [VA], Howard [KY/TX], Hunnicutt [VA], Isham [CT], Jennings [NC], Johnson [NC/TN], Jones [VA], Keesling [PA/VA/TN/OK/TX], Kegley [PA/TN], KEISLING [PA/VA/TN/OK/TX], Kisling [PA/VA/TN/OK/TX], KISSLING [PA/VA/TN/OK/TX], Kockhlen [VA], Laws [VA/TN], Lee [VA/KY], Long [GA/AL/TX], Lowry [KY], MaKay, Marlow [MD/PA/KY], Marshall [TN], Mayes [VA], Mccay, Spruce [NC/GA], McCullen [NC], McGee [TN/TX], McGee/ Sr, McKay [NC/GA], Middleton [GA/AR], Muller, Muller/Miller [Germany/PA], Neely [TN], Norton [MS], Pemberton [NC], Philbert [KY], Post [CT], Ragsdale [VA], Rainey [VA], Reed [OK], Richert [Germany], ROGERS [AR/TX], Rowland [VA/TN/TX], Sanders [KY/OK], Schautt [Germany], Schayrer [Germany], Seals [AL/TN], Short [MS], Spencer [VA], Spruce [NC], Stone [AL/TX], Tomlinson [PA], Turrentine [TN/MS], Weatherford [NC], White [VA], Whitney [KY], Williams [TN], Winkher [Germany]  
 
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http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/willingham/results?raw=1

LINES OF WILLINGHAM DNA PARTICIPANTS.doc

LINE OF BILLY RAY WILLINGHAM KIT # 101284
John Willingham b c1780 d 1856 Union Co., AR m Mary - wilbil [willinal AT aol.com]
William Jenkins Willingham b 1824 AL d Milam Co TX m Patience Kemp
William Jenkins Willingham b 1861 Union Co AR d TX m Mollie Phipps
Samuel Tivis Willingham b 22 May 1886 Milam Co TX d 28 Jul 1967 Abilene, Taylor Co., TX m Etta Boston
Billy Ray W-1

LINE OF BEN HILL WILLINGHAM KIT #101767
ISAAC WILLINGHAM b Bet. 1754 - 1767 Lunenburg Co., VA d 7 May 1810 Columbia Co., GA m
MARTHA "PATSY" BRASFIELD
JOHN WILLINGHAM, b. 27 October 27, 1802, Columbia Co., GA; d. January 12, 1838, Lincoln Co., GA. m Sarah ?Sally? Samuels
BENJAMIN ADAMS WILLINGHAM, b. 27 October 1825 Lincoln Co., GA d. 21 October 1888, Columbia Co., GA. m Louisa Elizabeth Bolton
BENJAMIN HILL WILLINGHAM, b. 8 July 1858, Columbia Co., GA; d. 27 April 1917
Birmingham, Jefferson Co.,, AL. m Susan Jones Hundley
BENJAMIN KIRBY WILLINGHAM, b. 8 January 1883, Thomson, McDuffie Co., GA; d. 10 July 1944, Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL. m Katrina MildredShields
Ben W-2

LINE OF DOUGLAS BARTON WILLINGHAM KIT #113150
Archibald Willingham b 10 Dec 1786 Richmond (later Columbia) Co., GA d. 27 Oct 1857 m. Eleanor Belchor - Doug Willingham [willingham AT vvm.com]
Sterling Andrew Jackson Willingham b 13 Jun 1833 Harris Co., GA d. 10 Feb 1871 Salado, Bell Co., TX m Tennie Cave
Welborn Barton Willingham b 20 Dec 1868 Salado, Bell Co., TX d. 24 Nov 1923 Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., TX m. Bobbie Hester
Doug W-3 MATCHES Jerry W-8

LINE OF WADE WILLINGHAM KIT #120362
JOHN WILLINGHAM 1751 will Lunenburg Co., VA m. Mary
THOMAS WILLINGHAM b. c1723 VA m. Mary
JESSE WILLINGHAM b. c1753 Lunenburg Co., VA d. c1835 Madison Co., GA m. Frances Hardman
ALBAN WILLINGHAM b. 8 Jun 1791 Oglethorpe Co., GA d. 16 Oct 1858 Coosa Co., AL m. Bedy Herring
SHAME/SHIMREE WILLINGHAM b. 18 Dec 1815 d. 1850-1860 m. Elizabeth Strong
SHERMAN O. WILLINGHAM b. 18 Dec 1846 MS d. 18 Sep 1916 AL m. Sarah E. Owen
GEORGE HILLIARD WILLINGHAM b. 5 Jun 1879 d. 30 May 1908 AL m. Mary Josephine Pittman
GEORGE MONROE WILLINGHAM b. 9 Jun 1901 Polk Co., GA d. 21 Sep 1982 Polk Co., GA m. Ora Irene Allbritten
Wade W-4

LINE OF GEORGE ALFORD WILLINGHAM KIT #121877
ARCHIBALD WILLINGHAM b. 10 Dec 1786 GA d. 27 Oct 1857 TX m. Eleanor Belcher
ALFRED JACKSON WILLINGHAM B. 26 Mar 1824 Monroe Co., GA d. 15 Mar 1907 Washington Co., TX m. Martha O'Neal
JOHN H. WILLINGHAM b. 27 Jul 1869 Washington Co., TX d. 17 Jun 1929 Brenham, Washington Co., TX m. Julia Ann Murdock
GEORGE ALFORD WILLINGHAM b. 25 Oct 1916 Washington Co., TX d. 17 Feb 1963 Omaha, NE m. Mattie Frank Ballard
George W-5

LINE OF ERVIN LEE WILLINGHAM: KIT #133432
Thomas Willingham b. ca 1776/1778 SC d. by 17 March 1831 Fayette Co., TN married ca 1799 in SC or NE GA to Nancy.
Hembry/Embry Willingham b. ca 1806/1813 SC d. Aug 1879 Alcorn Co., MS, m. ca 1834 in Fayette Co., TN to ?.
George Washington Willingham b. July 1843 MS d.1922 MS m Mary J. ?Polly? Gossett b. Mar 1855 MS.
George Melvin Willingham b Dec 1889 MS m. Sealy/ Celia Crum b. Aug 1892 MS.
L. B. Willingham b. ca 1910 MS m. Hester M. b. ca 1917 MS
Freeman Willingham b. > 1930 ca 1934 MS
Erwin W-6

LINE OF BENNY JAMES WILLINGHAM KIT #163283
Edward Willingham b. ca 1764 d. 15 Jan 1826 Fairfield Co., SC m1 ca 1790 to unknown; m2 Mrs. Mary Williams, widow of Reason Williams
John Willingham b. ca 1790 SC d. between 11 March 1823 and 1826 m. ca 1814 in SC to Sarah Suber b. ca 1790 SC, daughter of Leonard Suber.
John Hilliard Willingham b. ca 1820 SC m. Martha Graham [1850, 1860 SC census, Suber estate records, 1820 SC census] John Hillard Willingham, was born c1820. He married Martha Graham, daughter of John Graham who died in 1836, Newberry County, SC, Estate 44-4.12
William Pinkney Willingham b. ca 1848 Burial: May 30, 1918, Alice, TX, married ca 1876 in SC to Mary Ella ?Bunch? Elkins, daughter of Martha Willingham and William Elkins.
James Elkin Willingham [1]. He was born on 18 Jan 1893 in Pine Mills, Wood Co. TX [1]. He married Lutie Ulmo Lyle. They were married on 24 Dec 1914 in Alice, TX. He died on 22 May 1950 in accident in company vehicle on job near Dumas, TX [1]. Burial on 24 May 1950 in Borger, Hutchinson Co., TX [1].
Benny James Willingham
Benny W-7

LINE OF JERRY WAYNE WILLINGHAM KIT #229733
ARCHIBALD WILLINGHAM b. 10 Dec 1786 GA d. 27 Oct 1857 TX m. Eleanor Belcher
ALFRED JACKSON WILLINGHAM B. 26 Mar 1824 Monroe Co., GA d. 15 Mar 1907 Washington Co., TX m. Martha O'Neal
Charles Henry Willingham
Birth 26 Oct 1855Washington Co., TX
Marriage. 17 May 1882 Commache Co., TX
Spouse: Lily Egglestone Carr b. 1858, daur of J.D. Carr b. KY
Death 22 March 1934 Runnels Co, .TX
Arthur Carr Willingham b. 23 Sept 1885 d. 24 Feb 1951 Ballinger, TX m. 5 Dec 1909 Vida Estelle Compton b. 10 Feb 1888 d. 2 Jan 1963 Ballinger, TX.
Leonard Arthur Willingham b. 19 Feb 1912 d. 17 May 1971 Ballinger, TX m. 19 Sept 1935 Mamie Laverne Land b. 16 Jan 1915 in Arcadia, LA
Jerry Wayne Willingham b. 24 March 1941 Ballinger, TX [2007 Ballinger, Texas. Jerry
Jerry W-8 MATCHES Doug W-3

LiNE OF JOHN FRANKLIN WILLINGHAM KIT #273950
John Franklin Willingham
Isaac [ca 2709 VA-after 1756 SC]
Joseph
Thomas Henry Willingham (1772-1798)

LINE OF RICHARD LEWIS WINNINGHAM KIT # ?
Isaac [ca 1709 VA-after 1756 SC]
Henry Winningham [16 June 1731 VA- ca 1775 SC]
Joseph W. Winningham [1763 SC-1837SC]
Joseph F. Winningham [1823 SC- between 1880 & 1900 AL]
Daniel Washington Winningham [1865 AL-after 1920 AL]
Joseph D. Winningham [1902 AL-after 1930]
Richard Lewis Winningham [ 1930 to1940-- ]



LINE OF ROGER O. WILLINGHAM KIT ##126586
?
Cash
John 1751-1818 Columbia Co., GA
John ca 1725 VA
John ca 1703-1752 Lunenburg Co., VA

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Billy Ray Willingham
#101284
W-1

Ben Hill Willingham
#101767
W-2


Wade Willingham
#120362
W-4


Ervin Lee Willingham
#133432
W-6

Benny James Willingham
#163283
W-7
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Douglas B. Willingham
#113150
W-3
Matches Jerry exactly.

Jerry Willingham
#229733
W-8
Matches Douglas exactly.

George Alford Willingham
#121877
W-5
Doesn?t match Douglas and Jerry who match exactly.

Roger O. Willingham
#126586

John Franklin Willingham
#273950


Martin Willingham martin.willingham@gmail.com
#286857 (ordered 22 April 2013; will be a couple of weeks before completed)
Martin Willingham
121 Carriage Way
Macon, GA 31210
Both Hugh, Hugh?s son Jud, and Martin ?descend from Florence (Baynard) and Winborn Joseph Willingham. Since then, with the help of some y-DNA tests, we have verified that our earliest known ancestor, Joseph Willingham of SC, was closely related to Winninghams and Willinghams who descend from a known family that lived in Prince George County, VA in the 1600s and early 1700s.? Hugh Campbell Apr 20, 2013.
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LINE OF ALBERT HENRY WILLINGHAM, BROTHER OF SHERRY A. JUMPER #342043
William R. Willingham b. 1826 d. 1865
Henry Jackson Willingham b June 7, 1858 m1 Francis Ruggs m2 Mary Virginia Latham d July 25, 1909
Truman Travis Willingham b Dec 20, 1907 m Mildred Florance Herzig d Dec 18, 1991 342043

In same group as name not given #298281
With ancestor William Boyd, b. 1761 d. 1847

New addition 16 December 2013 #272932 No ancestor provided. No name given.
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Copied from familytree.com (Willingham group) 24 Oct 2014
We will list all Families, by Earliest Ancestor and Line Leader who wish to be listed. We hope that eventually, all families will be listed on this page. We also hope to eventually locate descendants of each family and to arrange their participation in the DNA project.
Willingham
Pedigrees for Project Members--Kit numbers are in red at the end of each pedigree?To contact provider of the pedigree, change the AT to @ and remove space
Archibald Willingham b 10 Dec 1786 Richmond (later Columbia) Co., GA d. 27 Oct 1857 m. Eleanor Belchor - Doug Willingham [willingham AT vvm.com]
Sterling Andrew Jackson Willingham b 13 Jun 1833 Harris Co., GA d. 10 Feb 1871 Salado, Bell Co., TX m Tennie Cave
Welborn Barton Willingham b 20 Dec 1868 Salado, Bell Co., TX d. 24 Nov 1923 Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., TX m. Bobbie Hester W-3 113150
John Willingham b c1780 d 1856 Union Co., AR m Mary - wilbil [willinal AT aol.com]
William Jenkins Willingham b 1824 AL d Milam Co TX m Patience Kemp
William Jenkins Willingham b 1861 Union Co AR d TX m Mollie Phipps
Samuel Tivis Willingham b 22 May 1886 Milam Co TX d 28 Jul 1967 Abilene, Taylor Co., TX m Etta Boston W-1 101284
Isaac Willingham b Bet. 1754 - 1767 Lunenburg Co., VA d 7 May 1810 Columbia Co., GA m MARTHA "PATSY" BRASFIELD
JOHN WILLINGHAM, b. 27 October 27, 1802, Columbia Co., GA; d. January 12, 1838, Lincoln Co., GA. m Sarah ?Sally? Samuels
BENJAMIN ADAMS WILLINGHAM, b. 27 October 1825 Lincoln Co., GA d. 21 October 1888, Columbia Co., GA. m Louisa Elizabeth Bolton
BENJAMIN HILL WILLINGHAM, b. 8 July 1858, Columbia Co., GA; d. 27 April 1917 Birmingham, Jefferson Co.,, AL. m Susan Jones Hundley
BENJAMIN KIRBY WILLINGHAM, b. 8 January 1883, Thomson, McDuffie Co., GA; d. 10 July 1944, Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL. m Katrina MildredShields W-2 101767
John Willingham 1751 Will Lunenburg Co., VA m. Mary
Thomas Willingham b c 1723 VA m Mary
Jesse Willingham b c 1753 Lunenburg Co., VA d c 1835 Madison Co., GA m Frances Hardman
Alban Willingham b 8 Jun 1791 Oglethorpe Co., GA d 16 Oct 1858 Coosa Co., AL m Bedy Herring
Shame/Shimree Willingham b 18 Dec 1815 d 1850-1860 m Elizabeth Strong
Sherman O. Willingham b 18 Dec 1846 MS d 18 Sep 1816 AL m Sarah E. Owen
George Hilliard Willingham b 5 Jun 1879 d 30 May 1908 AL m Mary Josephine Pittman
George Monroe Willingham b 9 Jun 1901 Polk Co., GA d 21 Sep 1982 Polk Co., GA m Ora Irene Allbritten W-4 120362
Archibald Willingham b 10 Dec 1786 GA d 27 Oct 1857 TX m Eleanor Belcher
Alfred Jackson WIllingham b 26 Mar 1824 Monroe Co., GA d 15 Mar 1907 Washington Co., TX m Martha O'Neal
John H. Willingham b 27 Jul 1869 Washington Co., TX d 17 Jun 1929 Brenham, Washinton Co., TX m Julia Ann Murdock
George Alford Willingham b 25 Oct 1916 Washington Co., TX d 17 Feb 1963 Omaha, NE m Mattie Frank Ballard W-5 121877
William R. Willingham b 1826 GA d c 1865 Upshur Co, TX m Margaret A. - Sherry A [Willingham] Jumper brother Albert Henry Willingham [snanny3 AT gmail.com]
Henry Jackson Willingham b June 7, 1858 m1 Francis Ruggs m2 Mary Virginia Latham d July 25, 1909
Truman Travis Willingham b Dec 20, 1907 m Mildred Florance Herzig d Dec 18, 1991 342043
Arc





 
 
1111 Doggett Notes:

Elizabeth Doggett married George Leasure Brown, brother of Mary Leasure Middleton.

John Doggett, son of Mary Doggett b. abt 1732 Northumberland, VA d. 1804 Columbus, GA married 1766 Anne Garner b. abt 1742 Northumberland, VA.
Daughter Mary b. 1768 married Cleophas Lamkin
dau. Ann married Samson Lamkin
son Rueben b. 1784 married Betsy Lamkin

Doggett married before 1753 James Garner

John Doggett and Mary
Children:
Elizabeth m. George Leasure Brown
John b. 1732 d. 1804 ma. 1767 Anne Garner
William
Benjamin b. 1738 d. 1822 married Hannah Webb

 
 
1112 Three Jeremiahs there would make sense. The last one was in 1895 and by my plot,the cemetery is on the parcel awarded John in the 1779 division and he was the son of one Jeremiah and father of the other.


On Sun, Dec 2, 2012 at 5:22 PM, Kathie Pearson wrote:

I did not realize you had Benedict as the oldest son of Benedict...guess I missed that.

I don't have a copy of the will for Robert Sr. either. I have always noted that Robert Sr. inherited the land in Northumberland and Richmond. You are probably correct in Benedict Jr. receiving most of the Middleton property that Benedict Sr. held in Westmoreland Co. It would be interesting to read the will of Benedict Sr. Nice that you have easy access to these records. The ones that I have I ordered on microfilm from LDS....sometimes not easy to read.
The Rogers land was of importance to sorting out where the Middleton's were located.

The cousin the went to Westmoreland Co. mentioned a Middleton cemetery with three Jeremiah's. I am going to have to look back and see what she said about that.

There is one part of the Rust document that I believe is incorrect and it is in regards to the Jeremiah. I need to reread to remember what she stated. The Jeremiah's have always been confused, due to the fact that several researchers did not know about the Jeremiah that was the son of John and Ann Claughton Middleton.



--- On Sun, 12/2/12, Edward White wrote:


From: Edward White
Subject: Robert
To: "Kathie Pearson"
Date: Sunday, December 2, 2012, 11:36 AM



The Rust document is very interesting. When I did this thing, I decided not to use secondary sources until after I had looked at the primary sources. I was pleased to see that he and I concurred on so much.

The I got to page 4 and saw where he said that Robert was the eldest son of Bend (1). Then on page 5 where he says William's estate passed to his eldest brother Robert and was referred to in Robert's will of 1773. I said WHAA? I looked all over and do not have that will nor have I seen it. Needless to say, tomorrow morning I will be in the courthouse. It is not in Augusta Fothergill's book on Westmoreland wills. That is not a huge surprise. She did miss some and mangled some others. She is huge on featherbeds and simply says "land", also no citations.

That will makes a huge change in the property. I had most of it going to Benedict (2). He did have about 520 acres if I read that confusing 1837 case correctly. His widow Hannah had 500 as late as 1804 even though she was dead.

I am about starting from scratch.

The huge item the article missed is the sale of half the patent to William Shoares. That is in both the deed and order books. I am re-tracing that land back into the Middletons.

A new local cemetery book, and the author, say that the cemetery marked on the topo map is Middleton. Only legible stone is Jeremiah, husband of Nancy Harrison. When I ran some land north of there, I found a very modern survey with another small cemetery. Should be in William's land of 1719. Finding it would be brutal.

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Attached is the will of Robert, d. 1773. You have to do a cut and paste on page 2. I looked in the three sets of indexes and did not find it, then went page by page through the books and still no luck. Clerk suggested I try one I normally look at. The title Is Westmoreland County Deeds 1706-1804, Wills 1755-1800. This is a bound set of papers which were loose in the clerk's office at one time. What is unique is that what you are seeing is a copy of the original will, not a clerk's transcription. It appears to have been probated. I was surprised to see a printed form in use here in 1773. Whoever wrote that Rust-Middleton document knew his/her way around the clerk's office. Those documents may have been loose then.

The will answers a host of land questions.

Another find was #37-1 in the same source. Will of Benjamin Middleton, dated Dec. 7, 1790.
To Robert, son of William Middleton and grandson of Fleet Cox, Sr., all my whole immovable estate. To him and the heirs of his body. John Middleton is the contingent beneficiary of the grandson of the above named Middleton and Fleet Cox.

No indication of probate. All I had on this one was a 1763 Fairfax deed.

I did not copy Old John's will as the book is coming apart and too fragile. It will be sent out soon to be re-bound.

More later when I can digest a couple of hours of work. 
 
1113 _______________________________________________________
LAND OF WILLIAM AND THOMAS MIDDLETON

I think I have part of this sorted out. In the 1779 Division, they jointly received 94 acres m/l. It plots perfectly including the creek branch. In 1795 this occurred:

WD 19-110, 1/1/1795, 8/24/1795. THOMAS (2) [son of Thos (1)] & JUDITH MIDDLETON to NATHANIEL OLDHAM
£10cm 12 acres. Begin at a cedar at the division line of Oldham
1. To head of a branch
2. Down the branch to a gum in the middle of a branch that runs into this branch.
3. Up the aforesaid branch North to Fleet Cox
4. West to the land Oldham now possesses
5. South to the beginning
OUT OF THE 1/8-1/4 SHARE

WD 19-112, 7/29/1795, 8/24/1795. THOMAS & JUDITH MIDDLETON to JOHN [son?] MIDDLETON 25 acres. Courses swamp and trees only, plus straight course to land of Nathaniel Oldham.

I think these came out of the 94 acres, leaving 57 somewhere. I would guess that Jeremiah (2) Middleton got it.

Now to ?Middletons.? It appears in the Cox family as I thought it would. Enclosed is a title abstract on it. In 1794 William sold 75 acres to Fleet Cox, Jr. In 1796 Thomas sold 50 to Cox. In 1817 the Thomas? and William?s sales were mentioned in a deed from Fleet, Jr.?s daughters to Presley Cox. In the 1840 division of Presley?s land there were 120 acres called Middletons, which follow on out in 1863.

The abstract of title is good for Thomas, but has a gap for William?s 75 acres.

Thomas? part came from his father, Thomas, who got a deed from Manley Brown in 1723. The location and adjoining landowners work out. This land was NOT in the old Middleton patent as I have now decided. It was in Francis Clay?s grant to the north. After days of work I finally realized that the line of the 1779 division was the old Middleton line after all. It actually plots much better. Moving it as I did added a huge amount of land to Clay which bothered me. Clay was granted 1480 acres and my new plot showed 1968 acres. Then I counted up the sales and transfers out of Clay?s patented 1480 acres and got well over 2000. The 1480 was just wrong which was not unusual. My revised Middleton land is 1555 vice 1665 which is not worrisome.

The sales by William and Thomas in 1794 and 1796 mention bounding on Fleet Cox. By that time father and son Fleet had grabbed nearly all of the Clay patent, and this was simply the rest. I am working on the Cox family now and was astounded to see that in 1819 they owned 6700 acres here.

As for the map, I have placed William?s 75 acres east of Thomas, since it bordered Walker. Walker is placed from the 1779 survey and other Walker lands. Thomas was to the west and bordered Oldham. The other odd chunk stayed in the Brown family for years. It was mentioned in 1779 and in 1728. This is my chimney location.


LAND OF CAPTAIN WILLIAM MIDDLETON

This has really bothered me. Over 1000 acres came to him eventually from Robert, his father. Tracing it out of William looked like a brick wall. I then saw that Fleet Cox left his daughter, Molly (Capt. William?s wife) some land called Bruces. That came up later in an 1840 Cox division and it plotted perfectly on the Clay land next to Middleton on the north. I knew that 100 acres had been sold to William Middleton, Robert?s brother, which passed to Robert and then Capt. William. Yesterday I found the key deed:

WD 19-203, 5/27/1796, 8/22/1796. THOMAS & MOLLY PLUMMER, (Molly was Molly Middleton) [in deed] to PETER P. COX ?may be 100 acres? ?land known by name of Charles Bruces land? described. Deed says it was in the 1791 will of Fleet Cox and willed to Molly. Dower relinquished.

I knew all along that Molly married Plummer after Capt. William died. This took care of her land.

The Cox-Middleton interplay via Molly is amazing. In 1762, as Molly Cox and called ?cousin? in the will of her uncle Peter Presley Cox, she received something in personal property. She was a contingent heir of William Cox in 1781. William Cox was her uncle. She was Middleton by then. Captain William was his executor. Col. William was a contingent beneficiary in Presley Cox? will of 1824 and a trustee of Downing Cox? children in 1827.

The other land of Capt. William is more difficult, but Peter P. Cox, Fleet?s son bought land from Thomas Plummer, Trustee for Elizabeth Glascock, who was Capt. William?s daughter. I think what happened was that the shares mentioned in Capt. William?s will: To Daughters Elizabeth and Mary Fleet Middleton land adjoining Mr. Fleet Cox Sr. to be equally divided. This looks like it went into a trust and then to the Cox family.

Hannah?s share under the will seems to have gone to Col. William, though it is not clear.

Ed 
 
1114 ____________________________________________________________
MIDDLETONS

FRANCIS CLAY grant

HENRY & ANN CLAY ROSS to MANLEY BROWN Set out in WD 8-2, 1723 100 acres

MANLEY BROWN to sons Manley and Charles Set out in WD 8-2, 1723

WD 8-2, 1723 MANLEY (2) BROWN to THOMAS MIDDLETON 50 acres Beginning upon the Land of FRANCIS SELF & the Land of MIDDLETONs & upon a Branch that last line on (this page is torn off) [ Self owned adjacent land until 1727 when it went to Jeremiah Rust. Branch is on south. John Middleton land also on south. Tree: Manley (2) was uncle on Leasure Brown, wife of Thomas Middleton.

Unknown date. Thomas dies and has sons THOMAS (2) & WILLIAM

IN TO WILLIAM THERE IS A GAP Had to have come from Walker or Self to Thomas (1) Middleton, or maybe much later to William.

WD 19-73, 10/10/1794, 10/28/1794. WILLIAM (Son of Thos) & ELIZABETH [Landman] MIDDLETON to FLEET COX, JR. 75 acres less a 30 foot square burial place for Middleton, his wife and heirs. Bounded by Wm. Garner, Edmund Walker, John Middleton?s heirs, Jemima Middleton, John Middleton?s heirs [second set] and lands of Thomas Middleton.

WD 19-166, 3/16/1796, 4/25/1796. THOMAS & JUDITH MIDDLETON h&w to FLEET COX [Jr.]
50 Acres where Middleton lives. Bounded by William P. Garner, William Middleton, dec., John, son of this Thomas Middleton, Nathaniel Oldham. Also bounded on land Oldham purchased of Middleton and land of Fleet Cox which he purchased of Mr. Middleton. [1794 from William.]
NOT ON WALKER THEREFORE ON VINCENT BROWN & THEREFORE WEST OF WILLIAM?S 75 ACRES

WD 20-8, 1799 Will of FLEET COX, JR. [data in deed 23-520, 1817] to SALLY and MARY COX, daughters. [The two tracts William?s 75 and Thomas? 50 are named in the deed as passing by will.]

WD 23-520, 1817 DANIEL & SALLY [Cox] PAYNE and MARY COX to PRESLEY COX 50 acres Fleet, Jr. bought from Thomas Middleton and 75 Fleet, Jr. bought from William Middleton.

WD 30-264, 5/25/1840 Division of land of (Peter) PRESLEY COX d. 1824 (son of Fleet (2) Middletons 120.1-21 acres to SARAH COX

WD 36-271, 2/21/1863?, 10/16/1863? THOMAS & SARAH [COX] BROWN to JOHN W. KING. All right, title & interest in 120 acres known as Middletons Survey 1839 not rec. No warranty of boundaries or acreage.
 
 
1115 ____________________________________________________________JOHN GRAHAM and THOMAS PLUMMER, in the Superior Court for the District of Richmond, Westmoreland, Lancaster and Northumberland Counties. Orders, Deeds, etc. Northumberland District Court, 395, 2/15/1805. ? . . . in consideration of Mary, the wife of said John [Graham] having this day voluntarily relinqsh?d her rights to a moiety of a tract of land devised to her by her deceased father Captain William Middleton to her sister Eliza Monroe and for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar to her in hand paid by Thomas Plummer, Esq. does bargain and sell unto said Thomas the following negro slaves . . . upon special trust that said John during his life enjoy the benefit of their labor . . .? On his death the slaves revert to Mary. Witness Jo Jo Monroe, John Middleton, William Middleton, Charles R. Thompson.

MARY [Mary Fleet Middleton, d. of Capt. William] IS NOW OUT OF THE LAND. WENT TO ELIZABETH COX MONROE.

Then:

In the Superior Court for the District of Richmond, Westmoreland, Lancaster and Northumberland Counties. Orders, Deeds, etc. Northumberland District Court, 434, 7/10/1805, 9/4/1805 JAMES J. & ELIZABETH MONROE of Northumberland Co. to PETER PRESLEY [PETER P. in most places in deed] COX [son of Fleet, Sr.] of Westmoreland Co. Elizabeth as one of two daughters and devisees. [of Capt. William Middleton] $1000. 300 acres STONY HILL ?being described to be all the land which aforesaid Capt. William Middleton, dec. died by his last will and testament devised to his two daughters Elizabeth and Mary Fleet? Bounded on the west by the road from Kinsale to Richmond County; adjacent to the land of Fleet Cox, dec. and William Wright, on the north and by the east . . . Fleet Cox, dec and the east by the lands of the aforesaid Peter P. Cox south by Tr+++ King and Nathaniel Oldham.

The 300 acres is way too large. Later it was said to be 100. Stony Hill was the old arrow shaped land at the north end of the patent. It is the land Robert sold in 1686 and which Robert, his grandson, retrieved in 1761. At lease I know how the land got to the Cox family. 
 
1116 Edward Willingham 1766-1826
1800 4 children less than 10 years old, married approx. 1787
1800 Fairfield County, SC
1810 ?
1820 Fairfield County, SC
wife Mary Williams widow of Reason Williams
Estate of Reason Williams signed Williams Holmes

Dorothy Dupree Grimball b. 1918 Simpsonville SC parents Dr. John Willingham Dupree and Leta Todd Dupree
Dorothy Dupree was married to Isaac Hobart Grimball Jr. d. 1989

Father of John Willingham Dupree was Jasper w. Dupree b. 1853 SC wife Carrie

Paul Grimball b. 1766 Edisto Island d. 1832 married Sarah Chaplin
Paul Chaplan Grimball b. 1788 St. Helena SC Died 1864
Isaac Paul Grimball b. 1822 SC d. 1898 married Eliza Jenkins
Father Thomas Jenkins Grimball b. 1846 D. 1911
Isaac Hobart Grimball b. 1891 SC d. 1954 Greenville County, SC
____________________________________________________________
John Hilliard Willingham 1820-1860 married Martha Graham
Children:
William Pinkney Willingham b. 1848 Fairfield County, SC d. 1918 Agua Dulce, Nueces, Texas he lived in Wood County in the 1900 census, 1910 Runnels County Texas Census
wife was Mary Ella Elkins
William Pinkney Willingham had a daughter Mineola Willingham b. 1883 Wood County, Texas married Charles Edward Lyle 1883-1931. father was David S. Lyle b. 1846 Jackson County, GA and d. 1915 Upshur County, Texas
_____________________________________________________
Willingham, A. J. and Harriet C. Willingham advertised for letters of administration on the estate of Ephraim Suber deceased, Newberry Herald 11/10/1875, page 2

Willingham, J. H. won a premium at the State Fair, Newberry Herald 11/17/1875, page 2

Willingham, John participated in the Agricultural Fair in Columbia showing in the mechanical department, Herald 11/18/1874, page 2; he won a $25 premium in a ploughing match, Herald 11/18/1874, page 3

Willingham, P. W. property advertised for sale to settle suit, Newberry Herald 3/31/1875, page 2; he advertised warning against hunting, trespassing or traveling on his lands, Newberry Herald 11/17/1875, page 2

Willingham, W. P. married Miss M. Ella Elkins on 4/4/1876 at the Alston Hotel by Rev. J.M. Boyd, Newberry Herald 4/12/1876, page 3; W. P. Willingham applied for letters of administration on the estate of William F. Graham deceased, Newberry Herald 8/23/1876, page 2

1860 census Newberry SC pg 128 of 179 John H. Willingham 40
Walker 17, Andrew 15, Sarah 13 Mary 9 neighbor was the Suber's






 
 
1117 Haplogroup I1 Group2

76650 prob. Willis J. Ellis b. 1842 Tennessee
N4624 Billie Clyde Ellis
54297 Radford Ellis b. 1748
342043 William R Willingham 1826-1865

Radford Ellis and William R. Willingham are an exact match

 
 
1118 Fairfield County SC
William Poole
Hardy Keele Poole b. 1802 Fairfield County, SC

William Willingham d. ca 1808 Fairfield County, SC 
 
1119
Kathie Pearson
9:50 AM (0 minutes ago)
to Karen, Sherry, Katherine, bcc: me

Posted on the Willingham facebook page is a Wikitree connected to Clint Franks and matches several of us. He shows that he descends from Caleb B. Willingham, son of Reuben, son of Isaac Willingham and Martha Brasfield. I compared our dna and to his and this is the results. His number is a Genesis Gedmatch....you can go to Genesis site and use regular GEDmatch numbers but not visa versa. (this has been my experience anyway....I am new to the genesis.gedmatch, but did go ahead and join it also)

Clint Franks Genesis Gedmatch number PF1317869 https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Willingham-698
Comparison to:
Me (Kathie Pearson "mother Emma Middleton")Comparing Kit T160917 (*Kathie Pearson) [Migration - F2 - T] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]
Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
3 181,700,562 186,205,729 8.7 278
Largest segment = 8.7 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 8.7 cM (0.242 Pct)
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 6.7

Janice Blackerby (my sister) Comparing Kit M689221 (janice blackerby) [Migration - V4 - M] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]
Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
8 14,979,482 18,830,828 6.7 252
Largest segment = 6.7 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 6.7 cM (0.186 Pct)
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 7.5

Patricia Crim Dietlen (not sure about her ancestry)
Comparing Kit A567530 (*Pat Dietlein) [Migration - F2 - A] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]
Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
8 21,038,301 25,835,942 7.9 342

Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
11 205,198 2,896,128 8.3 200
Largest segment = 8.3 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 16.2 cM (0.451 Pct)
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 6.6
2 shared segments found for this comparison.

Katherine Willingham Woerner Comparing Kit T929636 (Katherine Louise Woerner) [Migration - F2 - F] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]

Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
5 22,156,155 30,799,521 7.2 346

Largest segment = 7.2 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 7.2 cM (0.201 Pct)
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 7.5


Karen Thorpe Comparing Kit A313083 (Thorpe57) [Migration - F2 - A] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]
Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
13 66,389,936 74,283,131 8.0 318
Largest segment = 8.0 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 8.0 cM (0.224 Pct)
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 7.4
1 shared segments found for this comparison.

Penny Randolph Nelson Comparing Kit A554438 (*Penny) [Migration - F2 - A] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]
Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
12 45,577,637 51,236,802 4.3 253

Largest segment = 4.3 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 4.3 cM (0.120 Pct)
1 shared segments found for this comparison.

Sherry Willingham Jumper Comparing Kit T280349 (*sosme) [Migration - F2 - T] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]

Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
9 117,815,273 120,913,104 3.9 215
Largest segment = 3.9 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 3.9 cM (0.108 Pct)
1 shared segments found for this comparison.

Sherry's brother Comparing Kit T094475 (*Brother2) [Migration - F2 - T] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]
Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
2 216,452,339 220,566,547 8.7 225
Largest segment = 8.7 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 8.7 cM (0.242 Pct)
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 6.7
1 shared segments found for this comparison.

Sherry's Nephew Comparing Kit T294698 (*Nephew1) [Migration - F2 - T] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]
Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
21 27,399,541 33,236,455 8.7 373
Largest segment = 8.7 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 8.7 cM (0.242 Pct)
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 6.7
1 shared segments found for this comparison.

Sherry Nephew Comparing Kit T340029 (*nanny) [Migration - F2 - T] and PF1317869 (Clint Franks) [23andMe]
Chr B37 Start Pos'n B37 End Pos'n Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
9 117,815,273 120,913,104 3.9 215

Largest segment = 3.9 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 3.9 cM (0.108 Pct)
1 shared segments found for this comparison 
 
1120 1790 Census, Franklin County GA

Franklin County was created by a Legislative Act on February 23, 1784, from lands ceded by the
Cherokee and Creek Indians. The land was given by Bounty Grants to Veterans of the
Revolutionary War. What was later to become Clarke County was part of Franklin County at the
time. This is a reconstructed 1790 Census so it is incomplete.

Able, John
Alexander, Isaac
Alexander, John Brown
Allen, Benjamin
Allen, Nathaniel
Allen, William
Anderson, James
Anderson, John
Anderson, Robert
Anderson, William
Anthony, Micajah
Armstrong, James Col.
Arnold, James
Arrington, John
Aycock, Richard
Aycock, William
Ayers, Abram
Ayers, Abram
Bailey, William
Baker, Thomas
Banks, Elijah
Bankston, John
Barnet, John
Barrett, Benjamin
Barrett, Joel
Barrett, William
Barron, John
Bartan, Ruth
Barton, Benjamin
Beall, Daniel
Benden, John
Been, Robert
Beeson, Jonathan
Bickerstaff, John
Black, Samuel
Blanton, John
Bobo, Lewis
Bond, Charles
Bond, William
Bowen, Joel
Bowen, Joseph
Bowie, James
Boyd, John
Bradford, Oseah
Brewer, George
Brewer, William
Brewton, James
Bridges, Walton
Briers, Lawrence
Briggs, Isaac
Brogdon, Merideth
Brooks, John
Brown, John
Bryan,Edward
Bryan, Elijah
Bryan, Samuel
Bryant, John
Bryant, William
Bullard, John
Burgess, Elias
Burgess, Josiah
Burney, David
Burns, Andrew
Burns, Andrew Jr.
Burns, Elizabeth
Burns, Felix
Burns, Jean
Burns, John
Burns, Martha
Burns, Mary
Burns, Robert
Caldwell, Alex
Calwell, Henry
Campbell, Duncan
Campbell, John
Carter, Josiah
Carter, Thomas
Casey, Abraham
Cawthon, Charles
Cawthon, Claborn
Cawthorn, David
Chandler, Joseph
Churchill, Nathaniel H.
Clark, John Jr.
Clark, John Sr.
Cleveland, Jeremiah
Cleveland, John
Cleveland, Larkin
Cleveland, Neal
Cleveland, William
Cleveland, William Jr.
Cockburn, Archable
Cockburn, George
Coffee, Nathan
Cole, Josiah
Cole, William
Coleman, Eden
Coleman, John
Collier, John
Colton, Richard
Comer, John Jr
Connor, John
Connor, McMillion
Crane, Joel
Crane, William
Cothan, Thomas
Crawford, Peter
Creswell, Samuel
Culbertson, David
Culpepper, Malachiah
Cunningham, John
Cup, Michael
Dabbs, Joseph
Daniel, William
Daniell, Charles
Daniell, Thomas
Daniell, William
Dawson, Richmond
Day, Ambrose
Demey, John
Demey, Josiah
Denmon, James
Depriest, James
Diamond, John
Diamond, William
Dobbs, Joseph
Dobbs, Lodday
Doolen, Daniel
Doolen, John
Downs, Ambrose
Dunagain, Joshua
Dunkon, Henry
Durkee, Nathiel
Durkie, Natiel
Easley, Daniel
Easley, R
Echols, Benjamin
Edds, Isaac
Edmonds, James
Elam, Daniel
Elese, Robert
Ellerson, James
Elliott, William
Embry, James
Emmett, James
Evans, Harwood
Evans, Henry
Fanning, John
Farmer, William
Few, William Jr.
Finney, James
Flemming, Elijah
Flemming, John
Flemming, William
Flewellin, Alex
Franklin, Abner
Freeman, James
Gammage, Thomas
Ganner, George
Gardner, John T.
Gardner, Samuel
Garren, Moses
Gartrell, Francis
Gates, William
Gaugh, William
Gideon, Francis
Gilbert, Charles
Gilbert, Thomas
Gilliam, Richard
Gilliam, William
Glenn, William
Gorham, Jenny
Gorham, John
Gorham, Sanford
Gorham, William
Graham, John
Graves, George
Graves, Humphery
Graves, Joshua
Graves, Perry
Graves, Thomas Jr.
Graves, Thomas Sr.
Graves, William
Gresham, Thomas
Griffith, John
Grimes, John
Gullet, Andrew
Gunnells, Joseph
Guy, William
Hall, John
Hamilton, Archibald
Hampton, John
Handon, Steven
Haney, George
Haney, Thomas
Harden, Mark
Harden, William
Hardin, Mark
Harns, Bucker
Harrington, John
Harris, Buckner
Harris, Sampson
Harrison, Benjamin
Hawkins, Benjamin
Hay Gilbert
Hay, Hugh
Hay, James
Hay, William
Hays, Henry
Heard, John
Hearn, Henry
Henan, William
Henderson, Robert L.
Henning, George
Hewett, William
Hightower, William
Hill, James
Hillhouse, David
Hudson, Burrel
Humphries, George
Humphries, Shadrack
Hinton, Harvey
Hobbs, Joel
Holcomb, John
Holcomb, Joseph
Holcomb, Moses
Holcomb, Sherard
Holcomb, Thomas
Hollinsworth, Samuel
Hooper, Jesse
Hooper, John
Hooper, Obediah
Houston, William
Howard, George
Howard, Herman
Howard, Julius
Howard, Nehemiah
Hubbard, Benjamin
Hudson, Cuthbert
Hudson, Joachim
Hughet, S.
Humphries, Joseph
Humphrey, Joseph
Hunt, James
Hunt, John
Hunter, Dalziel
Hunter, Evan T.
Jackson, Benjamin
Jackson, Robert
Jackson, Walter
Jackson, William
Jamerson, William C.
James, Jackson
Jarratt, Howell
Jennings, Jonathan
Jennigs, Jonathan
Jennings, William
Johnson, James
Johnson, William
Johnston, Nelson
Jones, Ambrose
Jones, John
Jones, Joseph
Jones, Malachia
Jones, Thomas
Jones, William
Jordan, Fleming
Jordan, John
Keating, Edward
Kennerly, Thomas
King, Edward
King, Edmond
King, John
Knox, Samuel
Lamar, Zachariah
Lamkin, Samuel
Lane, John
Leech, William
Leggett, John
Lewis, Freeman
Lipham, Frederick
Little, James
Lockhart, Richard
Long, Evans
Long, Nimrod
Longstreet, daniel
Luckey, Alexander
Luckey, David
Luckey, William
Lyner, Christopher
Mackie, John
Mackie, Samuel
Marbury, Horatia
Martin, Elijah
Martin, William
Mason, John
Matthews, Daniel Jr.
Maybe, Mattethias
McBee, James
McCannon, James
McClair, Lewis
McCutchin, James
McDonald, Charles
McDonald, Hugh
McDougal, Alex
McDouglas, John
McFall, George
McGarey, Edward
McGowan, Robert
McIntosh, Lochlin
McWeir, Alagany
McWeir, Thompson
Malone, Peter
Merriweather, Thomas
Millens, John
Milligan, James
Milligan, Moses
Milton, John
Montgomery, John
Moore, Richard
Morgan, Daniel
Morris, James
Morrell, I.
Mullens, John
Mullins, John
Mullins, Henry
Myrick, John
Nale or Hale, John
Nelson, Samuel
Niel, John M.
Ogletree, John
Oliver, James
Parks, James
Patton, William
Payne, John
Payne, Thomas
Payne, William
Penace, Hugh
Pennington, Jacob
Phillip, Samuel
Phillips, John
Phillips, Joseph
Pool, Baxter
Pope, Leroy
Porter, Benjamin
Porter, Thomas
Powell, Anthony
Pulliam Robert
Pullum, Benjamin
Raburn, John
Randall, Thomas
Randolph, Isaac
Ray, John
Read, James
Reed, Samuel
Rice, Edward
Roberts, John
Robertson, David
Robertson, John
Robinson, David
Rogers, John
Rose, Henry
Russell, Joseph M.
Rutherford, Clayborn
Sandridge, John
Savage, E.
Sexon, Davis
Shareman, Robert
Shareman, Robert
Shelly, Phillip
Shields, Thomas
Shipley, Robert
Shoemaker, Jesse
Singleton, Robert
Skelton, Robert
Slatter, S.
Slatter, William
Sled, Joshua
Smellers, Joseph
Smith, Benjamin
Smith, John
Smith, Ralph
Smith, Thomas
Smith, Thomas Jr.
Sneed, William
Spain, John
Sparks, James
Sparks, Matthew Jr.
Sparks, William
Spencer, William
Spruce, William
Starr, John
Stead, William
Stephens, Joseph
Stewart, Issac
Stith, Paton R.
Stith, William
Stokes, John
Stokes, William
Stone------, John
Stringer, George
Stripling, Francis
Strong, William
Stuart, John
Sturgess, Daniel
Summerlin, Henry
Talbot, Patsy
Talbot, Thomas
Tatam, Abner
Taylor, Grant
Taylor, Joseph
Taylor, Robert
Templeton, John
Terendate, Daniel
Terrell, David
Terrell, Joseph
Terrell, Moses
Thetford, William
Thomas, Benjamin
Thomas, Gill
Thomas, Jesse
Thomas, Massey
Thomas, William
Thompson, Abraham
Thompson, Peter
Thornton, Stephen
Thrasher, Robert
Towns, John
Trailor, William
Trewitt, Riley
Trimble, Moses
Turner, John
Vann, George
Varniel, William
Wagnon, John
Walker, Charles
Walker, Elijah
Walker, Jacob
Walker, Phillip
Walker, Randal
Wall, Henry
Wallis, Carnill
Wallis, Micajah
Walters, John
Walters, Moses
Walters, Peter
Walters, Robert
Walton, Jess
Walton, Simon
Walton, Walker
Warren, Charles
Warren, Valentine
Waters, John
Weatherby, George
Webster, John
White, Benedict
White, Richard
Whitney, James R.
Whitney, John M.
Whitsill, George
Whitworth, John
Wilbourn, William
Wiley, James
Wiley, Peter
Wilkinson, William
Williams, James
Williams, John
Williams, Joseph
Williams, William
Williams, William C.
Williamson, Charles
Williamson, James
Williamson, Micajah
Williamson, Peter
Williamson, Robert
Wilson, benjamin
Wilson, Joseph
Wilson, Milley
Wilson, Perry
Witherspoon, William
Woffard, Benjamin
Woffard, James
Woods, Josiah
Woods, Middleton
Woods, Samuel
Woods, William
Wright, John
Wright, Obediah
Wyatt, Peyton
Young, Daniel
Young, John
Young, Robert 
 
1121 FRANKLIN COUNTY, GA - COURT Citizens Seek Frontier Protection 1793

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LETTER TO EDWARD TELFARE (TELFAIR), GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA FROM
THE CITIZENS OF THE WESTERN FRONTIER OF FRANKLIN COUNTY


January 1, 1793


To His Excallancy Edward Telfare Governor and Commander in
Chief in and over the state of Georgia

We your humble Petitionors do once more presume to beg from
your mercyfull hands, some protection for our Disstress'd
women and Children, as their Lives With our own are daly
Expos'd, to savage Barbarety. It is not long since we ware
Leaping with Joy, by reason of the Encouragment You gave us,
Even went as far as to pass an act for our Relief, with the
Aprobation of your Honnor, and the particulars Came back to
us in the publick papers, and from all this Encouragement,
we have embodyed our helpless famelies and Stood Sentry
Around them, Impatiently waiting your good aid and
assistance, as we thought as assurance of it, but Alass what
is the the Last Account lamentable indeed to people in our
situation the former orders Countermanded by Your Honner.
What Cou'd be worse to our feelings than this or what must
be the Concequence, Why, Undoubtedly Death must be the fatal
Concequence; if not by Tommehock(then) by famine for when
our Small stake of Provisions that we are Hudled round is
Exausted where is the Support of another year why none maid
nor any likelyhood of makeing, We further wish if it be your
Good Pleasure to inform us who or what person or persons
have been the Instigation of Removeing Your Good Will from
our Relief, it must Certainly have been some ill minded
person or Raskill that have self Interests in View, & Not
feeling for the innocent Fronteers, but their Reward is
pointed out and the black Account of Murder Stands Charg'd
Against them.

Since Mr. Wofford Started Last to Augusta with the Talke of
the Noted Villain Shuagee, their has been a Number of Horses
taken by the Indians from our fronteer Settlements, five of
which ware taken from his fort, & an Abundance of Indian
Signs seen by our Spies Which we have to keep at at Our Own
Exspence Whilst the fronteers of South Carolina are well
garded with men and Sufisient Supply of every nesecery of
Life & all at the Publicks Exspence where their Nesessity is
none in Comparison to Ours.

Three Companies of Horse men would be Sufisient to Gard our
Fronteers, Stationed in three Different Places, one at a
place known by the Name of Bowens Place, another at Norrises
Place & a third at the Corokee Mountain; at each of those
Places their is a Sufisiency of winter food, to support
their Horses, with a Careful Conductor

Shou'd it Please Your Excellancy to Grant Our Request we
shall try to Stand Our Ground, Other Ways we must of
Necessity fly for our Lives, The Western fronteers of
Franklin Cty.

from Sir Your Humble Servants

By the Bareor Capt. Phillip Martain Who can inform you
Particulars

Jany 1st 1793

Majr. Terrell
William Varnell
Elijah Martin
Moses Payne
Ely Savage
John Barnett
John Ray
Jacob Hollingsworth
Mal. Jones
Owen Bowen
William Allred
Reuben Shields
John Martin
William Norris
John Trimble
Moses Trimble
Daniel Bush
John Turk
William Jones
William ___
Samuel Reed
Thomas Raborn
Phillip Martin
Jolian or Jo Lian
Enrique Martin
Joel Raborn
Simon Terrell
Francis ____
William_____
Jacob Hollingsworth
Jarred Hollingsworth
Thomas Hollingsworth
George Vaughn
George Cockburn
Thomas Hallcom
Solomon Huitt
Archibald Cockburn
Sherod Halcom
James Huitt
William Huitt
John Hall
Robert Young
James Young
Andrew Glenn
William Glenn
James Terrell
Nimrod Flaure
Elijah Banks
James Coggburn
John George Riner
John Shipply
Thomas Raborn
Robert Shipley
Robert Shipley Junr.
Mathew Shipley
Ezra Owens
Johan Ramer
George Hening
Peter Williamson
Joseph Dobbs
Richard Wiliamson
Robert Williamson
George Priket
William Quillen
Joshua Sled or Shed
Peter Jones
M. Gaithright
Florce Sullivan
Philip J. Stark
John Truball
William F. Mann
John Starks

Repository:Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
The University of Georgia Libraries. 
 
1122 Franklin County, was established in 1784 from lands obtained from the Cherokee Nation. Descendant counties include Jackson in 1796, Madison in 1811, Habersham and Hall in 1818, Hart in 1853, Banks in 1858, and Stephens in 1905. The county seat is Carnesville.

Franklin County, GA
John Trimble married Charity Redwine
Moses Trimble married Peggy Baker
Elizabeth Trimble married John W. Lowry

Passport to Travel
Isaac Ledbetter
John Boles
David Satterwhite

John Wier and Elston was in the same area of Franklin County living on the Tugaloo River as Thomas Willingham from South Carolina.
John Elston in Franklin and Habersham County, GA
Thomas Willingham Franklin County GA
 
 
1123 Formed 1790 from Washington County, Georgia

Thomas Willingham
John Slaughter
Dorothy Ashfield
Caleb Brasfield
John Michael Waggamon
Ezekial Slaughter
Benjamin Lowry
Wiliam Kimbrough

Jeremiah Willingham and Suzie Woods 1801 Green County, GA
 
 
1124 Jones County Georgia Census 1820
Transcribed by Microfilm from CVCC Library in Alabama
Lisagraham32@aol.com February 2003

1820 Census-Georgia-Jones County-official enumeration day was August 7, 1820.
Total 43 pages


Districts
" Hansford's
" Jefferson's
" Mulkey's
" George's
" Seal's
" Griffith's
" Barkhalker's
" Waller's
" Permenter's
" Philips's
" Rosser's
Town Of Clinton
Aggregate

3. Free white males:
under 10
10 and under 16
16 and under 18
**16 and under 26
26 and under 45
45 and over

**** All males appearing in the 16-18 column also appear in the 16-26 column.
Males became obligated for militia service at age 16 and the 16-18 column was related to that purpose.

4. Free white females, including head of family
under 10
10 and under 16
16 and under 26
26 and under 45
45 and over


Page 1:
Town of Clinton:

1820 Census Jones County
Transcribed By Lisagraham32@aol.com

Page 111: Town of Clinton:
Roger McCartha (McCarthy)
Samuel Cook
Harvey Bradley
John Mitchell
Evans Myrick
David L. Milling
Jonathan E. Hyde
James Jordan Jr.
James Riley
Thomas McDowell
Benjamin Trapp
Orry Ticknor
Julius C. B. Mitchell
Samuel Souther
Charles J. McDonald
John P. Spier
Elen J. Bower
James Webb
Nancy Slatter
Gilpen Cook
Berry W. Beasley
William Jones
James Jordan Sr.

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Frances Gibson
Jonathan Parrish
Samuel Griswold
Mary Elkin
John Jones
Ziba Fletcher
Boler Allen
Neddy Pennington
Pruscilla Pickett
Harrison K. Smith
Henry Wyche
Jeremiah Lamar
Jenkins D. Weathers
Peter Clower
James Freeman
William Douglas
George Rhea
James Jones
Fanck(Frank) Cleveland
George Keaggy (Kimmey)
Eliza Bennett
Jonathan W. Carrington
Richard Brady

Page 112

Elisha Tarver
Thomas Radney
William Williams

Totals:
Capt Rosser's District
Abner Flowers
John Holloway, Sr.
Elisha Hilton
John Benton
James McLand
Henry Reaves
Jesse McLaid
Susannah Ross
Joseph Kelly
Thomas Pratt
William Flewellen
John Denis
Pierce A. Lewis
Sarah Williams
James Perdue
William James (Jones)
Asa Alexander

Page 113
John Barker
Herbert Stephens
Lurancy Pender
John Funderburke
William Roberts
William Johnson
Richard Allen
William Slokum (Slocum)
David Ledkeham (Ledingham)
Robert Beasley
Harrison Hammock
William Barganier
John Wadsworth
Thomas Woodfolk
Jonathan C Woodson Jr.
John Boles
John Campbell
Abner Beverly
John Beverly
John Galtney
Jehu Galtney
Mary Polly Mitchell (Fem)

(page break)
Mary Striplin
Moses Striplin
James Hammock
John C. Slocumb
Zelores Brown
William Irwin
James Huckaby
John Sumner
William Dunkin
Elizabeth Brown
William Simmons
John Low
George Dunkin
Jonathan Nave
Wright Pender
Thomas Stewart
William Smith
Henry Reaves
John T. E. Bryant
Jacob Hammock
John Youngblood

Page 114
Richard Harris
Ann Ward
William Daniel
Thomas McKey
Green Dukes
Phelix Huckaby
James Boles
Edmond Dunkin Sr.
David Beasley
William Chambles
Amos Jones
William Chason (Chapman)
Jesse Cox
Jonathan C. Woodson
Isaac Duncan
Jesse Reaves
Mary Beard
John McKensie(McKensee)
William Nichols
John Young
David (Daniel) James

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William Culpepper
Elijah Gibson
Henry Peoples
William Radsford (Raford)
William Cone
Elizabeth Farmer
John O'Neal
Joseph White
John Kemp
John Perkins
Susannah Hambrick
Moses Striplin
Jestin Mckinne
Tabna Wells
Jesse Bower
Lewis Luce(Love)
Benjamin Hynote
David Locke
Jonathon Balkham
Elias Stewart
Sarah Balkham
Joseph Barker

Capt Griffith's District- PAGE 115
Wyatt Singleton
William B. Hammock
Samuel Gray
Hardy Smith
John Davidson
Goodedge Alfred
Isham Reese
Joshua Childam
William McKessicks
John W. Jarvis
Lindley Thornton Jr.
Joseph Nichols
Micajah Sanders
Guthridge Driver
Francis Pott
Peter Gill
John Ursery
Elijah Kilcrease
Nathan Jones
John Samples
Jesse Newby Sr.

(page break)Capt Waller's District
Bartley McDaniel
William Perdue
William Petty
Cullen Hadason (Hardison)
William Scott
James Horton
Harrell Flowers
Thomas Davis
Rueben Cole
Stephen Reaves
John Humphries
Richard Long
Burrell Myars (Myers)
Henry Johnson
Ryal Maudlin
William McGurd
Kinchen P. Tyson
Nancy Davison
Joel Rushin
John Brown

Page 116
Charles W. Smith
Enoch Hancock
James Wadsworth
John French
William Roberts
Jonathan Harrison
Alexander Jackson
Joseph Deloach
Benjamin Striplin
David Howe
Elizabeth Jones
Jacob Parmer
Thomas Miller
Francis Jenkins
Rhoda Snowdew
John Chancey
Arthur Striplin
William Campbell
John Striplin
Benjamin Striplin Jr.
Daniel Halsted
Charles Magnam

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Elizabeth Viney
William Wells
William Shaw
Nancy Eiland
John Bare
Henry Mash
Allen Phillips
Bertha Eiland
Drury Finney

Page 117
Thomas Jones
James Hammock
Dickerson Lumpkin
James Tarrentine
Rueben Allen
John Pinkard
Mary Watts
Henry Goram
Asa Alsobrooks
Robert McGehee
Joseph Staton
Edward Brooks
Stafford Williams
George Scoggins
William Slaughter
John Sanders
Arthur Kellesice(Kilkrease)
John Smith
Bud Driver

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Allen Caldwell
James Berry
James Souther
Anthony Port
Mary Dennis
Fredrick Simpoles
Jacin Meadows
Edmond Meadow
John Chambles
Anne Banks
Alexander Canidy
Thomas Boice
John Buchannan
Nelson Pedham
William Allen
Matthew Beard
Kesiah Beard
Aaron Robinson
James Moran
William Austin
John Hamilton
Caldermood Mason

Page 118
Joseph Bennett
John Andrews
Hardy Harrell
James Powell
John Gross
Soloman Gross
Mason Williamson
William Walls
Mary Johnson
Daniel Henderson
Mary Lowrens
Byman L. Hatley
Euphamia Harris
Isaac Barnett
John Hughes
Sarah Hughes
Aaron McKinsey
Jesse West

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Jesse Newby Jr.
David Jackson
Edward Weaver
Reuben Slaughter
James Scoggins
Jesse Ross
Stephen Dostor
Walker Herndon
Henry Mitchell
Alsay Sanders
Benjamin Meadows
Benjamin Waldrop
Ansell Hudgins
John Law
Abner Taylor
Littleton Pearson
John Tilloway
Howie Alsobrooks
William Allen
Moses Smith
Jordan Reese
Duncan McDuffie

Page 119
John Wimberley
Henry Wimberley
William Rakes
Samuel Chapman
John Wilmot
Phillip H. Brooks
Hardy Newson
Robert Johnson
Lorey Owens (fem)
James Simmons
John Allen
Whitamore Price
Elizabeth Jones
Arthur Crows
Edward Hackett
William Brazile
John Avery
William Clemons
Richard Shurley (Shirley)
William Blakey
Hugh McCloud

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Nathaniel Holly
Samuel Moore
Benjamin Merritt
Drury Mitchell
Samuel Brooks
Green Peterway
Soloman White
Thomas Asolin
Stephen Cooly
Richard Thomas
Harrison Thomas
Josiah Lafield
Jonathon P. Hammock
David Lawson
George Waldrop
Samuel Maddox
Hyrum Mulsha
John E. Pratt
William Brooks
Shadrack Stillwell
Matthew Bergen

Page 120
John Thompson
William Coulter
Tapley Bootherten
John Dame
Lyon Edge
Samuel Pool
John Slaughter
Green Whatley
Lemuel Smith
Rebecca Thornton
Francis Tamplin
Elizabeth Boothe
John Johnson
John Hammock
Dugal McFarlin
Lewis Mullins
James Osby
Ephriam Cox
Josiah Hudgins
John Jackson
Cullen Pope
Mortica Jacobs
Edward H. Cook
Bartholomew Harmon
Thomas Green
John Adams

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Alexander Bennett
Jeremiah Bennett
Mary Ann Bennett
Elisabeth Shurly
Edward Shurly
Henry Simmons
Edmond Shurley
Aaron Shurley
Bailey Harris
John Harris
Charlotte Dunn
John Genkins (Jenkins)
Thomas Bagley
Needham Massey
Samuel Wilson
Nancy Shaw
Thomas Feagan
Thomas Jordan
James Cook
Elesha H. Calaway
William Emerson
Wilmont Whatley
John Marlin

Page 121
Capt. Gresham's District
John R. Moore
Joshua L. Calaway
James Griggs
Thomas Evans
Ferdinand Gresham
Robert Middlebrooks
Noah Mercer
James Heath
Robert Baldwin
Peter Wyche
Peter Harrington
Joseph Godard
Joseph Day
Joseph Rease
Marmaduke Gresham
Jonathon Hill
Green Stillwell
John Dillard
Rebecca Burge
Leonard Burford
John Rose
Charles Monham
John Miller

Page Break
Benjamin Young
John Permenter
Edmon Weldis
Robert Thrackler
John Spurlen
Reubin Roberts
William B. Loyd
Hyrum Vines
Hugh McKay
Abner Wimberley
Ruebin Roberts
Nathan Etheridge
James Love
Edmond Gilbert
James Butts
Littleton Chambless
Lewis Goodwin
Jonathon Goodwin
Micajor Martin
Benjamin Lowe
Sally Walden



Page 122
John P. Smith
John Brooks
James Moore
Joel Smith
William Bond
William Johnson
John Dorton
James Beard
Thomas Mackie
Henry Hill
John McKinsie
Sarrah Riley
Mary Wilder
Lavina Hocket
Sabders Bennett
William Wilder
Ward Wilder
Benjamin Allen
Luke Roberts
Henry Adolph
John Burnett

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Sylas Downs
Richard Boothe
Zachariah Boothe
Dennis Lenton
Robert McBryde
James Smith
Thomas Turnham
Edward Bass
James Kelly
Abraham Card
Richard Card
John Mullins
James Thornton
James Lockwell
William Clark
John Murphy
Thomas Mullins
Sally Kelly

Page 123
Luke Ross
Charlie McCardle
Stephen Parker
Richard Drawhorn (Draughon)
Nathaniel Shurley
Edmond Turman
Benjamin Mariner
David Crockett
Anderson Rice
Nancy Ervin
Joseph McGehee
John Gardner
Samuel Feagan
Gilham Miles
William Brassell(Brazell)
Alexander Balkham
Absolum Coursey
James Huff
Elijah Giles
William Perminter
Charles Brooks
John P. Hensley

Page Break
William Ballard
Howell Horn
James Blunt (Blount)
George W. Gibson
William Walden
William Jackson
Joseph Ferguson
Hardy Wheelis, Sr.
James F. George
Mary Mitchum
Wilkins Jackson
Jesse M. Pope
Nehemiah Dunn
George Ross
John Pope
Balam Stephens
Silverster Carter
David Binion
Elizabeth Starnes
Titus Starnes
Daniel Niven
Mary Love

Page 124
Jacob Lysley (Linsey)
William Cabiness
Henry Lowe
Susy Littleton
John Kelly
Isaac Green
Michael Robinson
Rouben R. Mobley
Thomas Blount
William Perry
Benjamin Miller
Fredrick Butts
John D. Cayton
John Thomas
Willis Douglas
William Blunt (Blount)
James Partridge
George L. Taylor
Lyon Wheelies (Wheeless)
John Bordess
Nancy Straught (Female)
Mary Johnson
Abner A. Mentis

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John Tounsend (Townsend)
Elizabeth Jones
James McGish
Dorian Phillips
Britton Parton

Capt. Permenter's District
Edmond Etheridge
Nicholas Summers
Joseph G. Stiles
William Mizzell
Adam Robinson
John Baker
Lewis Wimberley
Jesse Folk
Bryant White
Thomas Moody
Lavina Hawkins
Kinchen Curl
James Fritz
Bullock Wills (Wells)

Page 125
Southertam Cone
Pates Owens (Peter)
Marie Strom
Aquilla Blakely
William Chains
William Jordan Jr.
Thomas Hale
Isham Phillips
John Sanders
John Douglas
Elizabeth Bray
Jordan Brooks
Edmond Wheeles
Alexander Nelson
John H. Brown
Thomas Sumners
John M. Williams
Ezekiel Hawkins
Willis Lock
Amon Haddock (Admiral)
Nathan Brady
Fredrick Sims

Page Break

Nicholas Partridge
Gideon Matthews
Mary Sails
Elizah Melckham
Charles Evans
John B. Heath
Mary Ann Douglas
Caleb Oliver
James Barnes
Thomas Dillard
Thomas C. Gadies
William Barnes
Shadrack Goodwin
James Goodwin
Henry More (Moore)
Seins Middlebrooks
Thomas Plummer
John Martin
John Evans
William B. Heath
Rebecca Moreland

Page 126 Cap?t Buckhalter?s District

Thomas Livingston
Lidium Williamson
James Stallings
Nathan Renfro
John Reeves
William Huckaby
William Lockhart
William Pearson
Thomas Lawrence
Peter Jolly
Charles Brown
Silas Stephens
Thomas Spencer
Jesse Rights
John White
John S. Patterson
William Williamson
David Kennedy
Wilson McLamore
Daniel Culpepper

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Joseph Brantley
Henry Berdins (Burdens)
Henry H. Dortes
Josiah Ervin
Elizabeth McClendon
Sally Reaves
Susannah Hawkins
Hartvile Milliford
Caroline Muckaroy (Muckleroy)
Elizabeth Johnson
Jesse Muckaroy
John King
Edward M. King
Jonathon Owens
James Thompson
John Porter
Uriah Porter
Stephen Bassett
Sebastian Harvey

Page 127

John Calhoun
Samuel Brooks
Gary Kitchens
John Henderson
James Manohanan
John Dennis
Berry Lucas
Charity Simmons
Charles Harrison
Redick Bazemore
John Conray
Nathan Muckle
Thomas Muckle
James Harris
William Strokum
William H. Brooks
Hugh Watt
William Johnson
Joseph Kemp
Ruben B. Davis
John Reid
William T. Brown

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James Stallings
William Nash
Nathan Renfroe Jr.
Jacob Stillwell
John Stillwell
Abraham Brown
Charles Harris
John Flannagan
Mary Glase (Glass)
Jacob Lewis
William Harkins (Hawkins)
Jonathon Williamson
Joel H. James
Robert Carruthers
James Chapps
James Comer
John McGraw
Jonathon Lewis
James Douglas

Page 128

James Green
Joshua Davis
Benedict Hammock
William Davis
Joel Culpepper
John Edwards
John Bayne
John Ledlow
Rally Spinks
Gideon Mason
Lewton Bradsey
Daniel Hysler
Elizabeth Jones
Samuel Butler
Thomas Carruthers
Anderson Carruthers
Edmond Sims
Mason Lessham
Williamson Smith
Roger Harkins (Hawkins)
Joseph Nash

Page Break

Henry Smith
Eanoch Green
Daniel Wadsworth
Edmond Moreland
David Howard
Gideon More (Moore)
James R. Moore
Usa McFarson
John E. Loyd
Levi Mullins
John Hearinton (Herrington)
Robert Brooks Jr.
Robert Brooks Sr.
John Weaver
Rhody Johnson
William Munk
James Fenney
John R. Bayne
Michael Howard

Page 129

William W. Brown
Samuel Goodall
James Stroud
Fredrick Lucas
Tabna Jones
Stephen Hawkins
Henry Gotham
Arthur Dillard
Elijah Miller
Lydda Bacon
Sandford Chapman
Joshua Harris
Thomas Willis
Archibald Stinson
Susannah Davis
James Rockmore
James Langford
George Douglas
Lewis Johns (Jones)
Harris Horn
Hardy Mullins

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Amos Johnson
Matthew Chiles
James Gates
Stephen Renfro
Michael Buchhatten
Francis Watley
James Buckhatten
John Patterson
Thomas Asby
Michael Walley
James Culhoun
Henry Cagle
Nathaniel Raines
Jeremiah Miller
Ansalum L. Evans
Isaac Perdue
William Macfarlin
Henry Long Sr.
William Fale
William Mucheron
James Tarrentine
Losa Waller

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Page 131

Jesse Edmonds
William Rushin
Lewis Wimberely
Benjamin Matthews
Robert Hart
James Holladay
John Holloday Jr.
John Haskins
Casawell Morris
Soloman Bickham
Daniel Rosser
Benjamin May

Capt PHILLIP?S Dist.
John McLendon
Burwell McLendon
William Rushin
Jabes Johnson
Ridgeway Hogan
Joseph Marks
Leonard Carleton

Page break
Thomas Lary
Joseph Ted
John Brown
George Scothes
John Myars
David Basemore
Joseph Derren
John Oliver
Nathaniel Morris
Benjamin Oliver
Mark Patterson

Mary Mills
Allen Marshall
Asa Marshall
William Barron
Jacob Barron

Page 132

William Lowe
Richard Jolly
James Ledlow
Nancy Ledlow
Adam Ledlow
Easton Kelly (Female)
Jaby Moody
Zachariah Booth
Robert Paul
Joseph Green
Sampson Brown
Dolphen Floyd
William Rose
Jesse Stalling
Elisha Brown
Hillory Pratt
Henry Long Jr.
Matthew Marshal
Isaac Ellis
Lewis Ledlow
John Long

Page Break

Daniel Hunt
John Flowers James Miller
Talbot Davidson
William Sasser
Oliver Mooten (Morten)
Cary Felphs (Phelps)
Lewis Bennifield
Elijah M. Calaway
Lucy Hooten
Polly Tamplin
Benjamin Finney
William Lowe
Thomas Blunt
Thomas Ubanks
James Turner
Henry Minor
William Ballard
Solomon Phillips
Joel Goodard
Lewis Hammock
Ezekiel Patterson
John Souther

Page 133
Drucilla Watts
Stephen Eiland
Susannah Thweat
John Lowe
James Beckham
Nathaniel Perrett
Thomas Stull
Joseph Cox
Edward Talbot
Joseph Halsworth
Henry Harrell
Robert Cunningham
Sally Holton
John Pratt
Henry Wallday (Waddy)
James Feagan
John Matthews
Thomas A. Hamilton
John Hardy
Titus Wimberley
Henry Hooten
Nancy Davidson
William Hammock

page break

Jeremiah Pearson
William Bayne
William Singleton
John Donagdon
Henry owens
Nancy Ricker
Jonathan Caloway
Samuel Calhoun
Nathaniel Nott
Nancy Shaw
Ezekiel Parton
Isaiah Hornady
Jesse Matthews
Isaac Gambol (Gamble)
Joseph Palmore
Daniel Parker
Benjamin Finney
William Runnitz
Philip Burrow

Page 134

James Newberry
David Lockharg (Lockhart)
James Ruffin
Andrew Love
Reubin Runnitz
William Polk
Soloman Watley
Robert B. Hammock
James Blankenship
William Wyat
Calip Muncrab
David Tice (Trice)
Joseph Tyson
Ephrium Drawhorn
John Davis
Samuel Stewart

page break

Rosco Lipsey
Thomas Floyd
William Mitchell
Tellitha Stokes
Simon Hammock
Samuel More (Moore)
Lewis Hammock
Thomas Darke
Elisha Trice
Eleann Briggs
James MacInvale (McInvale)
James Smith
William Jordan
Henry R. Feagan
Wilie Patterson
Sarrah Rains
Jonathan Dorcey
Bolden Tool
Rice Durret
Henry Jones
Mary McCullock
Amon McMillin
Crabtree Tucker

Page 135

Littleberry Champion
Potter Race
Zadoc Davis
Duncan Grisby
Martain Pruitt
Nathaniel Peters
Solomon Pruitt
William Duffet
Enoch Dickson
James Bazil
Lewis Johnson
Jacob Lamb
Wilie Tidwell
Abraham L. Rickett
Job Alfred
Lewis Wynn
Minor Tidwell
William Harris
Lethe Williamson
James Griffith
Edmond Heard
Robert Lasiter

page break

Briton Brazil
James Posey
Matthew Culwell
Burwell Bridges
John Chiles
Westley Pitts
Obed. Saterwite (Satterwhite)
James Saterwite (Satterwhite)
Moses Walker
John Smith Sen. (Sr.)
David Satawite (Satterwhite)
Hannah Wynn
Alexander Bayne
Joel Willis Sr.
Isham Brooks
Milly Allen
Edmond Cadenhead
William Cadenhead
Wilson Williams
Richard Head
Thomas Sanders
Isaac Sanders


Page 136 Capt. Seals District

Nathan Northenson
Jinsey Thompson
Robert Berry
Noah Biveis (Bevins)
Willis Gunnells
William Glass
Polly Allen
Jeremiah Corley
Joel Willis Junr. (Jr.)
Miles Monk
Elizabeth Gammon
David Baldwin
Thomas Stephens
James Stephens
James Elinor
John E. Chiles
Ama Wimbush

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James Mullins
Thomas Duffie
Lewis Kelly
Arnold Seals
Jeremiah Warren
Green Williamson
William S. Middlebrooks
Michael S. Chiles
James Pitts
James West
Carrenton Knight
John Cannaford
Michaelberry Ferrell
Asnam Dunn
Obediah Pitts
Daniel Hightower
Thomas T. House
Willis Gammon
Michael Toland
James Smithbaden
Stephen Satawite (Satterwhite)
James Thornton

Page 137

William Baldwin
John Pruitt
John Ballard
Eaterten Vinton
James Caddenhead
Ephriam Sanders
Joseph Bridges
John Ferell
William R. Sears
Linsey Thornton
Joseph Dunn
Chany Pitts
Benjamin Johnson
James Howard
William Felphs (Phelphs)
Thomas Johnson
Charity Bailey
Dorsan Bagley
James Pruitt
James Taylor

Page 138

Matthew Junior
John Driver
Nicholas White
James Chiles
William Head
Abraham Bayne
David Hadiway
Giles Driver
Nancy Pitts
Calib Willingham
Nathaniel Sanders
Eli Seals
John Oliver Sen. (Sr.)
Jeremiah Dunn
Robert Mitchell
John Junior
James Callenhead (Caddenhead)
Alexander Callenhead (Caddenhead)
Isham Callenhead (Caddenhead)
Levi Pitts
James T. Tyson
William Pruitt
John Dunn

Page 139

Jesse Smith
Burrell Tanner
Samuel Bolton
Lucinda Howell
Prucilla Rickett
Lester Buckner
James Locke
Micager Blow
Fanny Hassell
Sintha Hanner
Thomas Monly
Mary Cane
Paton Alfred
James Gray
James Mason
Simon Horn
Joseph Ledbetter
Luke Bonds
Hugh M. Conner
Daniel Phillips
Thomas Mitchell

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Cap?t Hansford District
Daniel Malcome
Peter McFarlin
Charles P. Hansford
James Bonner
George Miller
Anthony M. Minter
Robert Freeman
John Triceman
Thomas Jones
George Hansford
Job Taylor
John Avant
James Lamar
Nathan Breedlove
John Lamar
George Taylor
Hardy Herbert
William Sims

Page 140

James Taylor
John Tignor
James Ballard
John Woodall
John Huey
John E. Lester
John Stewart
Edward Oxford
Thomas Grimes
Benjamin Ledbetter
Samuel Ledbetter
Benjamin Lowe
Zacharias Lamar
Archibald Meeks
David None
John Langford
Lewis Day
James Rickett Jr.
Meraim Hutson
Thomas Morehore
Robert R. Ruffin
John Sneed
Aaron H. McFarlin
Henry Thompson

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Sherred Hamilton
Joseph Mizzele (Mizell)
Elizabeth Trice
Matthew Dorsey
Samuel Cannon
Lary Lary
Isaac Dennis Jr.
John Sims
Neel Shaw
Lemual Crosway
James Nickerson
John Capeheart
William Snellings
Silas Ledbetter
Nancy Dent
James Huddleston
Elizabeth Carson
Thomas Jefferson
Prucilla Israel

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Elizabeth Smith
Nicholas Waggoner
John Lewis
Jeremiah Mullins
Samuel Huey
David B. Bush
Archibald Moodale
Benjamin Buckner
Robert Buckner
William Simmons
Robert Hutchins
James Pickett
John Hardy
Lewis Tanner
Nancey Harvy (Harvey)
Elias Mosely
Thomas Shepard
William Stewart
Joseph Abett
Joseph H. T. Abett
Asa Hicks
Hinchey Lary (Larry)
John R. King
John Gary

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Majus Harves
Richmond Baily (Bailey)
Moses Matthews
William Mizell
James A. Delong
Elisha Debose
Arthur Finney
Sarah Finney
Se Deerbold
Leemoore S. Kitchens
William T. Burk
Thomas Ford
John S. Stewart
William Lawson
Susannah Hansford
Benjamin White
John Lester Sr.
Charles Gasket

Page 142 Capt. Green?s District

Ridley Ward
John Williams
James Fairfess
Allen Green
William Barnes
Cannaan Nelson
John Talbot
Miles (Milly) Scarborough
Zadus Lawyer
John Brantley
Pitt Milner
Frederick Godard
Elijah Etheridge
Damsey Butter
Daniel Milson (Melson)
Joseph Harrison
Elijah Melson
Samuel Godard
Reason Gay
James Spring
Edmond Neblett

Page Break

Samuel Gammon
Thomas Jolly
William W. Allen
William Tooley
Willis Trice
Robert Cary
William B. Osbond
Dempsey Willis
Richard Pattishall
Thomas Prach (Porch)
Silas Pickard
George Maddox
John W. Gorden
Samuel Bonds
William Harp
Thomas Morris Sr.
Ebenezer H. Moore
John Biddle
Bang (Benjamin) Brazil
Isaac Justice
Patrick Culhoun (Calhoun)
Asa Earnest
William Roswell
George Lary

Page 143

Bejamin Stewart
Joseph Henderson
Thomas McGehee
Silvester Johnson
Zachariah Gordon
Moses Gunn
James Blalock Sr.

Capt Jefferson?s District

Robert Hicks
Robert Brown
Isaac Dennis Sr.
Umphra Cooper
Taylor Morris
James Tucks
David Morgan
James Colhoon (Calhoun)
John C. Smith
John Spier
Willie Buckner

Page Break

Alexander Odam
James Davison
David Clark
John H. Milner
John Green
William Dismux (Dismukes)
Peter Gray
Richard Seaborn
Burett Kendrick
Samuel Winfrey
John Harvey
Thomas Clemmons
John Macks
Robert Bass
King H. Scroggins
Anderson Comer
Peter Theiss
Robert Rickett
Richard Haus
William Harrison
John Zachary
James Freedman

Page 144

Tilman D. Oxford
Sherlot Barefield
Benjamin Two (Too)
Joseph Kirk
Fields Lewis
Andrew Dicky
Jeremiah Dumas
Tilman Niblett
Larkin Jordan
Nancy Renfroe
Rolen Ross
Amelia Gay
Edmond Jones
Charles Stewart
John Love Jr.
John Barefield
John Dumakin
Thomas C. Pickett
Bailey Seaborn
Silas Monk
Hughy Milligan

page break

Nancy Robinson
Francis Chatman
William Davis
John Wynnes
Stoddard Boynton
William Griffin
Thomas Goodever
Daniel Gunn
Thomas White
Daniel Grism
John Mulkey
Penny Tilman
Caswill Bows
Jonathon Richard
Jeremiah Petty
Josiah Cottle
William Dores (Dorsey)
Nancy McDaniel
William B. Mercer
Stapleton Crutchfield
John Henderson

Page 145

Joseph Willis
Landon Alsobrooks
Elizabeth Crawford
William Ford
John Gamble
Elizabeth Walls
Arthur Johnson
Jesse Chambless
Jacob McDaniel
George Stewart
Nancy Mashburn
Benjamin Heath
John Chappell
Elisha Smart
John Sentis
Robecea (Rebecca) Rhodes
George Harper
Jeremiah Pearson
Mary Mitchum
Isaac P. Moreland
Benton Cabb (Cobb)
Nedia Howsley
James Norris
James Anthony

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Hillory Griggs
Robert Milligan
Isaac Mills
Isaac Harvey
Phillip B. Sneed
Stephen Vinster
Richard Green
Elizabeth Culp
John Widley
Cap?t Wetherford District

John Rushins
David Douglass
John McBryde
Isaac Hill
John Stubbs
Thomas Sumner
Peter Sanders
Zachariah Gafford

Page 146

William Bonner
Zachariah Hester
Achibale (Archibald) Harvey
Abner Davis
John Baker
John Barefield
William Whilles
Benjamin Witherby
Elias Taylor
Daniel Pepper
John Spikes
Susannah Gafford
William B. Hester
Joseph M. Taylor
Ozias Taylor
John Rushin Jun. (Jr.)
Sampson Barefield
Hardy Mizzell
Elijah Matthews
Sarah Howell
Joseph Davey

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Matthew Cuwell
William McDaniel
Presley More (Moore)
James Watson
William S. Right
Pleasant Hearth
Drury Baget
Martin King
William Williamson
Thomas Boswell
Eleat (Ebenezer) Right
Cosby Huckaby
Rebecca Jones
Henry O?Neal
Joseph Chambers
Peter Smith

Page 147

Eli Clark
Eli McKinne (McKinney)
John B. More (Moore)
William Huff
Jesse L. Long
James Brantley
John Pilman
John Mash
Nathaniel W. Gordan
William Willis Jr.
Wilie Moy
John Perkins
William Harrison
Mauldon Amos
Gilbert Ansley
John Harmon
Edmond Daismorky
James Amos
Henry T. Russell
William McMath
John Heath

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Peter Davis
John Dickson
William Wadsworth
Richard Ellis
William Hutson
Moses Taylor Sr.
Benjamin Gates
Septimus Wetherby Sr.
George M. Wetherby
Septimus Wetherby Jr.
John Canes
John Jones Sr.
Lewis Long
Josiah Cooper
Stephen Gafford
Lydia McKinne (McKinney)
William Obanion
Margaret Barganes
Amos Sims
Thomas Neely
Stephen Bivens
Amos Sledge

Page 148

William Stubbs
Langley Grandeur
Samuel M. Granbury
Isaac Bowes
Joshua B. Clark
Eliza Barnes
Thomas Harris
Uriah Bonner
Joseph Bonner
James Grasy
William Northern
Margaret Northern
Elizabeth Dickens
Isabell Modesett
Ichabod Cone
James Robinson
Archibald James
William Robertson
Uphamy Finny (Finney)
John Carson

Capt Gaune?s District totals

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William Owens
Right Murphy
Alsey Blalock
Benjamin Smith
Ursa Ray (female)
Lucy Lockett
Thomas Horn
Thomas Poarch
Benjamin Lamar
Cap?t. Mulkey?s District
Hardy Wheelas (Wheeless)
William Tillory
William Roland
John Dean
Badford Peddy
Drury Hodge
Joel Gammon
Joseph Sikes
John Stewart
Robert Law

Page 149
Anne Kirk
William Hunt
John King
John Gray
Boswell Freeman
John Cabiness
Mary Harkness
Wilie Barron
Davis McGehee
John Hadaway
Thomas M. Grant
Jacob Watson
Uriah Jones
Charles Trice
Josiah Culhoon
Starlin Capel
Martha Bowen
William A. Cowan
Brittian Hinsley
Robert Hinsley
William Dismukes
James Thweatt
Kinchen P. Thweatt

Page Break- 149
Districts
" Hansford?s
" Jefferson?s
" Mulkey?s
" George?s
" Seal?s
" Griffith?s
" Barkhalker?s
" Waller?s
" Permenter?s
" Philips?s
" Rosser?s
Town Of Clinton
Aggregate

Page 150 Of Census Notes:

Amount of Person?s who unmoved from this County line, the first Monday in August last & who am not
moluded in the Aggregate.
ELIZABETH PETTY supposed to be 35 years of age, blonde hair, blue eyes and fair skin, supposed
to be about five feet high, two daughters, one supposed to be five or six years old, the other One year old.
NANCY GREEN supposed to be 45 or upward years old, black hair, blue eyes and dark skin, two sons, one supposed to be fourteen or fifteen years old, the other eight or nine years old.
ANN PARROT supposed to be 35 years old, fair skin, light hair and blue eyes, one daughter supposed
to be fourteen or fifteen years old.
WILLIAM DONETHEE supposed to be 45 or upward years old , five feet nine inches high, red hair & Blue eyes & Elizabeth, his wife supposed to be twenty eight or thirty years old. light complexion & blue eyes., Samuel their son fourteen, Andrew five years old, William one & Mary, daughter supposed to be eleven years old.
MOBASHEE REEVES supposed to be forty or forty five years old, light hair, blue eyes & Jane his wife, age not known, supposed to be five feet six Inches, and three sons are supposed to be sixteen, another eleven and the other twelve years old, two daughters supposed to be fourteen, the other two or three years
old.
JOSEPH ROBINSON supposed to be 24 years old, fair complexion, blue eyes and light hair & Rainey his
wife, supposed to be 18 or 20 years old, blue eyes, red hair, One son about three years old ----

William Cotton
Edward Bowen
Josiah Skinner
James George
John Cotton
Nathaniel Turbwell
Elijah Cotton
William Watley
James Brantley
Rufus K. George
James Banon
Bryant Lee
Henry Pope
Hardy Wheeless
John Batty
Edy Smith
Beverly A. Griffin
Minny Short
Frederick Daniel
Ezekiel F. Smith
Mary Burton
James Billingslea
Sally Cabiness

Page 151

Josiah Horton
James Lockett
Samuel Barron
Richard Hamlin
William Kilpatrick
Cornelius Fogarty
James Lipsey
Rueben Stilwell
Amos Alsabrooks
Baily Bell
George Cabiness
Jacob King
Samuel B. Berdet
Asa Gammage
Pheraby Smith
Abner Lockett
Jesse Perry
Moses Cox
John Hamlin
Joseph Duckworth
Catherine Hamlin
John Inglish
Henry B. Cabiness

Page 152
Charles B. Bowen
Adam Carson
William Duncan
Richard Bedsloe
Peter Culp
Charles Wammock
William Cowen
Robert McGurd
Lewis Cowen
Jonah McGehee
Ambros Jones
John Smith
Syrus Cotton
Nathaniel Gammage
James Daniel
John Jones
John Hugany
Thomas Barris
William Blalock
Samuel M. Langston
William M. Hobbs

State Of Georgia
I Henry Parrish assistant to the Jones County Marshall of the District of Georgia
The Fourth Census and enumeration of the inhabitants in the County of Jones, which County
adjoins the County of Twiggs, on the S. East, Baldwin County in the N. East, Jasper on the N. West and the ? river on the S. west, and the number of persons within the said County of Jones, Consisting of Nine thousand Six hundred and twenty free white persons, six thousand eight hundred and eighty six slaves , and sixty four free persons of color, the aggragate amount being sixteen thousand five hundred and seventy as fully appears in the above & foregoing etc.
Given under my hand & seal the 31st day of December A. D. 1820 Henry Parrish (seal 
 
1125 Jones County Georgia probate records 1742-1900

Book C
Bostick 289-91
John Childs 309-13, 145-5
William Johnson 254-6
Middlebrooks 374-9
Barwell Barker 245,6


Levi Ellis 58, 59 47 of 411
Milner 63, 64
James S. Newby 97,98
Caleb Est. 167
Wm Est 168
Willingham 182
Caleb 183
Isaac 184 11-411
Williamson 224-226

Levi Ellis 1832
Martin T.
James P. Ichabald Balcomb
Jesse Ross

Book b
Thomas S. Barker 58
Mary Ann Baker, Minor 201
William Cleland 39/215
William Cleland 43
James Gun 445, 446
David Ware 140, 148
 
 
1126 The following items have been extracted from The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County abstracted and compiled by Grace Gillam Davidson, published in 1933 at Macon, GA
NOTE: "End of Page" notations refer to the page numbers of the original (1933) Mrs. Davidson book. Page numbers beside a person's name refer to the page from the primary source, such as a will or deed book.

[WILKES COUNTY, GEORGIA] EARLIEST TAX DIGEST (1785 REMNANT)

EXPLANATORY

This is the first tax digest found in the court house, and was taken to give a practically complete census of the heads of families of that date, to identify their lands as headrights, and possible bounty grants for Revolutionary service, and to replace in a measure the census of 1790, all of which for Georgia was destroyed by the British during the War of 1812 in Washington, D. C. There is no complete digest until 1802, only a few pages left in the interim. The remnants for 1792, 1793, 1794 have been published in "Some Tax Digests of Georgia" Ruth Blair, State Historian and Archivist, and give valuable information.

Joseph Gray, 1 poll, 415 acres Wilkes Co
William Simmons, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Israel Smith, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Lewis Jones, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Francis McLendon, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Chas. Beddingfield, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Wilson, 1 poll. James Young, 1 poll.
Nathaniel Beddingfield, 1 poll. Joel Crain, 1 poll
Darling Jones, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Miller, Sr., 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Hill, 7 polls, 12 slaves, 1400 acres Wilkes Co.
Joel Glass, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
William Partin, 1 poll, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Aquilla Swann, 2 polls, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Geoffrey Hartsfield, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Ambrose Crain, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Wilborn, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Bnj. Hubbard, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Henry Pope, 5 polls, 8 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., 600 acres Franklin Co.
Curtice Welborn, 1 poll, 674 acres Wilkes Co., 230 and 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.

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Thomas Carlton, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
John Eargan, 1 poll.
Edward Cowen, 1 poll, 190 acres Wilkes Co.
James Cowen, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Wilborn, 1 poll, 153 acres Wilkes Co.
Britian House, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Edward Wilborn, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Micajah Hinton, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 3034 acres Wilkes Co.
Elijah Moore, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William McCree, 1 poll, 2088 acres Wilkes Co.
Jas. McCammon, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 2150 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
John Thurmond, 9 polls, 16 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Spencer Crain, 1 poll, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Josey, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 1080 acres Wilkes Co.
Isaac Hill, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Johnson, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Sherwood Wise, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Dodd, 1 poll, 430 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel French, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
John Dale, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Crane, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Brought Forward
Armstead Taylor, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Massery, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Crain, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Crissy Falk, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Theopilus Hill, 1 poll.
Griffin Hogan, 1 poll
Isaac Hill, Sr., 400 acres Wilkes Co., 6 slaves, 575 acres Washington Co.
John Spradling, 1 poll.
Samuel Saffold, 1 poll.
Thomas Patton, 1 poll, 1050, 1087 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
James Patton, 1 poll, 1100 acres Wilkes Co.
Nimrod House, 1 poll, 400 acres Franklin Co.
Christopher Orr, 1 poll, 700 acres Wilkes Co.
Robert Wadkins, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Freeman, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
David Wills, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Burrell Hutson, 1 poll.
Joseph Banks, 1 poll.
Holman and John Freeman, 4450 acres Wilkes Co., 10 slaves, 1562 1/2 acres Washington Co. 2330 acres Franklin Co.

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George Freeman, 250 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
John King, 3860 acres Wilkes Co., 5 slaves
Sanders Walker, 500 acres on Ogeechee river, 5 slaves, 2350 acres Wilkes Co., 4900 acres Washington Co.
Malakiah Stallins, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Stephen Clements, 2 1/2 polls, 225 acres Wilkes Co,
Reuben Ballard, 1 poll, 544 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Jeremiah Bentley, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Heard, 3 1/2 polls, 250 acres Wilkes Co., 5 slaves.
Stephen Heard, Esqr., 10 polls, 4038 acres Wilkes, 1 Town Lot, 10 slaves.
John Lindsay, Esqr., 1 poll, 1 town lot, 3 slaves, 700 acres Savannah river, Wilkes Co.
Stephen Wright, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Moore, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Robertson, 1 poll, 340 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Heard, 1 poll, John Lowery, 1 poll.
Mordecai Baldwin, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co., 2 tracts 287 1/2 acres each Washington Co.
Starling Jinkins, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
William Douglas, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 300 acres Franklin Co.
William Donaway, 1 poll, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
John Heard, Sr., 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves
Joshua Burnett, 1 poll. William Scuder, 1 poll.
Solomon Palmer, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Joshua Hill, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
John Heard, 1 poll, 224 acres Wilkes Co.
John Johnson, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., Oconee river, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
John Kimborough., 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 500 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
Ambrose Edwards, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 551 acres Wilkes Co.
Jonas Moore, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Kimbrough, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co., 732 1/2 acres Washington Co.
David McKmorin, 1 poll. John Anderson, 1 poll
Thomas Smith 200 acres Wilkes Co.

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Arthur Smith, 1 1/2 polls, 900 acres Wilkes Co., 1 slave, 487 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Benjamin Perkins, 1 slave, 183 acres Wilkes Co.
John Gilmore, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Peter Smith, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Lackey, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Carson, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 650 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Vaughn, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co. Oconee river.
John McGough, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Stephen Davis, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Bailey, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Azariah Bailey, 1 poll, 300 acres Washington Co., 500 acres Wilkes Co.
John Edmunds, 1 poll, 266 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Perman, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
John Carson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Powell, 1 poll, 1 slave, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
John Edwards, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Heard, 1 poll, 257 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Allen, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
James Hughey, 1 poll. (???) Howard, 1 poll.
William Walker, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
James Walker, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Robert Killgore, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 800 acres Wilkes Co.
William Cole, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
Humphrey Ballard, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Milner, 8 polls, 14 slaves, 1000 acres Wilkes Co. 200 and 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Francis Edmunds, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
William Whitmore, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Isham Randolph, 1 poll. William Vardman, 1 poll.
Francis Gideon, 1 poll, 862 1/2 acres Franklin Co., 100 acres Wilkes Co.
William Gideon, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co., 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Lindsay, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
John Heard, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 220 acres Wilkes Co., 487 1/2 acres Washington Co.
James Hill, 1 poll. Thomas Cooper, 1 poll.
John Kellough, 1 poll. Charles Gilmore, 1 poll.
Nathaniel Scudder, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.

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William Smith, 1 poll, 278 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Abner Legett, 1 poll, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
John Armstrong, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Joseph Hickman, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Peters, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Best, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Susannah Green, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Patrick Cunningham, 4 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 900 acres Wilkes Co.
William Layson, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
John Rorie, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
David Smith, 1 poll, 284 acres Wilkes Co., 250 acres Richmond Co.
Charles Heard, 1 poll, 800 acres Wilkes Co.
William Right, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John O'Neal, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Eanock James, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Francis Smith, 17 1/2 polls, 33 slaves, 573 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Heard, 6 polls, 10 slaves, 451 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Brown, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 517 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Solomon Palmer, 1 poll, 467 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
John Peters, 1 poll, 650 acres Wilkes Co.
John McClain, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Carmical, 1 poll. Robert Wells, 1 poll.
William Bradey, 1 poll, 2 tracts 287 1/2 acres each, on Oconee river, Washington Co., 775 acres, 300 acres Washington Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co., 400 acres Wilkes Co.
George Gilmore, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
William Bauldin, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Richmond Co., 575 acres Wilkes Co.
Nathan Ballard, 1 poll. Thomas Dean, 1 poll.
Richard Ryand, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Sampson Harris, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
John Todd, 1 poll, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
Arden Evans, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Dickey Barkshear, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.

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James Smith, 1 poll. Thomas Smith, 1 poll.
Moses Gordon, 1 poll. William Hickman, 1 poll.
John Lawson, 1 poll, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Stubblefield, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
John Brown, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 862 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Heirs of B. Heard, 4 polls, 7 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co. 1 town lot, 575 acres Washington Co.
Robert Walton, 5 polls, 8 slaves, 2500 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Stallions, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 100 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Robert Obar, 1 poll.

Following is List of Taxable Property of Inhabitants of Capt. Hagan's Dist., by Jacob Early for 1785

William Gray, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Edward Harrison, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 2 slaves, 2 polls.
Jesse Evans, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Peters, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
John Kelley, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Watts, 1 poll, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
William Stone, 1 poll, Benjamin Fletcher, 1 poll.
Jeremiah Morgan, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Watts, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Michael Hindsman, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Meredith Catching, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
Lewis McClain, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Alex. McNutt, 1 poll, 900 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Jones, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Hindley, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Trap, 1 poll. Robert Day, Jr., 1 poll.
David Moore, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Reuben Bennett, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
William Kelley, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 132 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Jas. Dorough, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Sithey Hammett, 1 poll, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
Fadey Garratt (Faddy Jarrett), 5 polls, 8 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Edward Hagan, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes.
Wm. Shropshire, 1 poll. William Hurley, 1 poll.
William Toombs, 1 poll, 260 acres Washington Co.

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James Hart, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 1298 acres Wilkes Co.
William Evans, 1 poll, 447 acres Washington Co.
John Nelson, 7 polls, 12 slaves, 1444 acres Wilkes Co., 350 acres Richmond Co.
Andrew McNabb, 1 poll, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
John Browning, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves.
Levi Phillips, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Hurley, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Crouch, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Edmund Smith, 1 poll. Thomas Jones, 1 poll.
Rowland Williams, 5 polls, 8 slaves, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
James Lambert, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Peter Strozier, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 700 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Alex. Autry, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co. 675 acres Washington Co.
Elijah Williams, 1 poll, 170 acres Wilkes Co.
Spencer Runnolds, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Seal Muse, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Robertson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
George Lambert, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, David Duncan, 1 poll.
John Lawson, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel Ladner, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Owen Fluker, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 266 acres Wilkes Co. 1150 acres Washington Co.
George Verner, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Staten, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
William Walker, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 1770 acres Wilkes Co., 3062 acres Franklin Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
Joseph Catching, 1 poll, 700 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
William Copeland, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Wilson, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
William Fletcher, 1 poll, 850 acres Wilkes Co.
William Hammett, 5 polls, 8 slaves. John Copeland, 1 poll.
Vines Collier, 4 1/2 polls, 7 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Harmon Runnalds, 1 poll, 1 slave, 400 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Benjamin Thomas, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes.
Eanuck Stringfellow, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 400 acres Wilkes Co.

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William James, 1 poll, 269 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Partridge, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves. Nathan Smith, 1 poll.
Jacob Early, 13 polls, 24 slaves, 1700 acres Wilkes Co.
David Evans, 1 poll, 267 acres Wilkes Co.
William Verdiman, 4 1/2 polls, 7 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Smith, 7 polls, 12 slaves, 518 acres Wilkes Co., 1400 acres Washington Co.
Thomas Daniel, 6 polls, 13 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co., 550 acres and 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Joseph Frith, 1 poll, 164 acres Wilkes Co.
William Foster, 1 poll, 875 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
Joseph Crockett, 1 poll, 275 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Melear, 1 poll, 325 acres Wilkes Co.
John H. Foster, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 1420 acres Wilkes Co., 500 acres Franklin Co.
Buckner Harris, 1 poll, 1420 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Miles Dunkan, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co., 190 acres Washington Co.
John Wyott, 1 poll. John Wood, 1 poll.
Jacob Frish, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Peter Terrell, Sr., 12 1/2 polls, 23 slaves, 425 acres Wilkes Co.
John Fling, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Lawrence Bankston, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Gabriel Toombs, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Seth Stubblefield, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
William Womack, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Davis, 5 polls, 8 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
David Griffey, 1 poll. Thorp Huse, 1 poll.
James Sansom, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co. 300 acres and 287 1/2 acres Washington.
William Elless, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Peter Hagler, 1 poll, 479 acres Wilkes Co.
Lettice Glaghorn, 1/2 poll, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Mary McNabb, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
John Hedleston. 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
John Muligan, 1 poll. William Hail, 1 poll.

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Matthew Martin, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Martin, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Zachariah Glass, 4 polls, 6 slaves
John Connor, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Turner Lane, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
George Darden, Jr., 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
George Lumpkin, 5 polls, 9 slaves, 2787 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
Michael Cup, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Benajah Smith, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 400 acres Washington Co., 600 acres Franklin Co.
John Brown, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Andrew McBride, 1 poll.

List of Taxable Property of Inhabitants of Capt. Walker's Disc., Received by Capt. Henry Ware, Esqr.

Hezekiah Bussey, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 487 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Bussey, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 487 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
Drury Mannen, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thos. Gilliland, 2 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 287 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Gilliland, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
John Walker, 7 1/2 polls, 13 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
John Dickens, 1 poll. Wm. Holliday, 1 poll.
John Bentley, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 287 1/2 acres Wilkes Co., 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Balaam Bently, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
William Bently, 2 polls, 2 slaves.
Jacob Kinnebrew, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 787 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
Thos. McDowell, 1 poll, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
Leonard Switzer, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
John Graves, 4 1/2 polls, 7 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Elleott, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Graves, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
James Graves, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Isaac Averett, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Archibald Averett, 1 poll. Jacob Nealey, 1 poll.
James Gorley, 2 polls, 3 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.

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Owen Sullivan, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Tomas, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Moses Matthews, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 487 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Johnson, 1 poll. William Johnson, 1 poll.
William Walker, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Christopher Blanton, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Matthew Marshall, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Micajah Augustavius, 1 poll. Robert Stewart, 1 poll.
Robt. Hambleton, 1 poll. Thomas Green, 1 poll.
Thomas Tucker, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Travis McKinney, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
John Hammock, 1 poll, 1100 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Holliday, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
William Green, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
William Green, Jr., 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Green, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Mark Cook, 1 poll, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Scott, 1 poll, 1800 acres Wilkes Co.
Robert Tucker, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
John Ashmore, 1 poll. John Justice, 1 poll.
Thomas Graves, 1 poll. William Ellitt, 1 poll.
John Mannen, 1 poll. Anthony Seal, Jr., 1 poll.
William Aris, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
William Onell, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Abraham Booth, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Leverett, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Wootten, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Anthony Seal, 4 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Isaac McClendon, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 912 acres Washington Co.
Levaston Enlow, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel McClendon, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave.
Jeremiah Chavis, 1 poll. Reuben Nail, 1 poll.
Newell Walton, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 575 acres Franklin Co.
George Walton, 7 1/2 polls, 13 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 1 mile from Sav. river, 600 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Franklin Co.
Isaac Herbert, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
John Shannon, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 425 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Bobbit, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.

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Hugh Gilmore, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Seal, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
John Larramore, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Thos, Shannon, Jr., 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
James Rockmore, 6 polls, 10 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Chas Westbrook, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Philip Rasberry, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Moses Collins, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
John Westbrook, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 650 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Jonathan Goldsby, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Andrew Mcpeters, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Alex. Moss, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
William Braden, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Tatum, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Lankford, 1 poll. Phillip Thurman, 1 poll.
Daniel Casey, 1 poll. Owen Shannon, 1 poll.
William Bibb, 9 1/2 polls, 17 slaves, 700 acres Wilkes Co.
Sebray Perkins, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Jonathan Cheatham, 1 poll. John Bibb, 1 poll.
Benj. Hampton, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Col. Elijah Clark, 5 polls, 24 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co., Sav. river, 750 acres 1 mile from Sav. river 5325-2650 acres Wilkes Co., 2225-4150-2650 and 850 acres Washington Co., Oconee river 1 town lot.
John Clark, Jr., 1 poll, 1150 acres Oconee river Washington Co., 2872 acres Washington Co., 1175 acres Franklin Co.
Absolom Davis, 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
James Bibb, 9 1/2 polls, 17 slaves.
Absolem Davis, Jr., 1 poll. Joseph Davis, 1 poll.
John Harrington, 1 poll, 2 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Abinton Perkins, 1 poll, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Shannon, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 1 mile Sav. river, 230 acres Franklin Co.

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Martha Smith (Wm), 1 poll, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
Philip Highnote, 1 poll, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob McClendon, Sr., 6 1/2 polls, 11 slaves, 1200 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Franklin Co.
Francis Stripling, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 800 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob McClendon, 2 1/2 polls, 8 slaves, 900 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Joshua Lee, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co., 387 acres Franklin Co.
Dudley Sneed, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Randolph Griffin, 1 poll, 8 slaves, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
Burton Williams, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave.
Thomas Walton, 10 polls, 18 slaves, 1500 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co., 600 acres Franklin Co.
Edward Jones, (Atty. at Law), 6 polls, 5 slaves, 1850 acres Wilkes Co., 400 acres Burke Co., 600 acres Effingham Co.
John Kimbrough, 1 poll. John Seal, 1 poll.
John McKee, 1 poll. Isaac Ford, 1 poll.
John Clark, Sr., 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 575 acres Franklin Co.
Thos. Hampton, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
John Pope, Jr., 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave.
Richard Davenport, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thos. Harrington, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
Benjamin Beard, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Patrick Vance, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Ambrose Downs, 4 polls, 6 slaves.
Daniel Delaney, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Abner Tatum, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
John Tatum, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Roger Cazey, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.

List of Taxable Property of Inhabitants of Capt. Karr's Dist. Received by Absolem Bedell, Esqr.

Asa Adkins, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Robt, McGintee, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.

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George Lee, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Barney Hollolee, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 200 acres Washington Co.
John Meador, 1 poll. James Meador, 1 poll.
Jonas Meador, 1 poll. Meshack Turner, 1 poll.
John Lowry, 1 poll. Joseph Bays, Jr., 1 poll.
George Heard, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 570 acres Wilkes Co.
Hugh Jones, 1 poll, 280 acres Wilkes Co., 100 acres Washington Co.
Joseph Bays, Sr., 4 polls, 7 slaves, Zachariah Bays, 1 poll.
William Blancks, 1 poll, 34 acres Wilkes Co.
Andrew Armour, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 27 1/2 acres Wilkes Co., 747 1/2 acres Washington Co. Oconee river, 862 1/2 acres Washington Co.
John Beal, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Heard, 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co., 200 acres Washington Co.
John Dean, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Ogletree, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 434 acres Wilkes Co., 600 acres Washington Co.
Drury Cook, 6 polls, 10 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 200 acres Washington Co.
Meshack Turner, 7 polls, 12 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Dean, 7 polls, 12 slaves, 800 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Dean, Jr., 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Turner, minor, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
David Ogletree, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Zachariah Bays, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Elijah Pen, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Joel Philips, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 950 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Joel Hurt, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves
Joseph White, 1 poll.
Wm. Brown, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave.
John McGintee, 1 poll. James McGintee, 1 poll.
Zekael Robarnet, 1 poll.
Nathaniel Jackson, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.

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Henry Karr, 1 poll, 1700 acres Wilkes Co., 633 acres Franklin Co., 637 acres Washington Co.
William Pointer, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 695 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Levy Phillips, 1 poll, 160 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Phillips, Jr., 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Leverett, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
John Robernett, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Gilbreth, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Tabert, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Newton, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Levy Newton, 1 poll. Wm. Littleton, 1 poll.
Wm. Littleton, Jr., 1 poll. Jesse Robernett, 1 poll.
William Young, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Nathaniel Bullock, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 300 and 562 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Henry Starr, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
John Smith, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co., 700 acres Washington Co.
Thos. McCormick, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Johnson, 1 poll, 400 acres Washington Co.
Adam Torrance, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
John Hawkins, 1 poll. Ephraim Jinnens, 1 poll.
Robert McRorey, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Patrick, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
James Findley, 1 poll, 575 acres Washington Co. Oconee 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Samuel Findley, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Anderson, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., and 200 acres Washington Co., on Oconee.
Jonathan Herold, 1 poll, 150 acres Washington Co.
Douglas Watson, 7 polls, 12 slaves, 1118 acres Wilkes Co., 887 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Douglas Watson, as Trustee for J. Parks, 125 acres Wilkes Co.
Oliver Porter, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 1250 acres Washington Co., 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Smith, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Seymour Catching, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.

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Samuel Cohoron, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Johnson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Robert Leverett, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
David Sherrell, 4 1/2 polls, 8 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Akins, 1 poll. George Cavinest, 1 poll.
Edward Calahan, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Ornan Whatley, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
John Woodall, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
George Sorrell, 1 poll, 625 acres Wilkes Co.
Geo. Sorrell, as Trustee for J. Sorrell, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Burford, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 787 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Walton Whatley, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 440 acres Wilkes Co.
Jarvis Brooks, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
George Hall, 1 poll, 320 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Bentley, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Townson, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Townson, as Trustee for Nancy Townson, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Townson, trustee for Mary Scott, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Combs, 1 poll, 366 acres Wilkes Co.
John Combs, trustee for Amos Richardson, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
Stephen Pennington, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Bridges, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Willis Whatley, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Lockhart, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Franklin Co.
Jesse Boon, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
William Wilson, 1 poll, 462 acres Wilkes Co.
William Boles, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James, Whatley, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Michael Whatley, 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
John Hanes, 4 1/2 polls, 7 slaves, 582 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Eivy, 1 poll, 229 acres Wilkes Co.
Robt. Livingston, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co. on Ogeechee.
George Sorrell, Jr., 1 poll. Robert Woodall, 1 poll.
Moses Herren, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Anthony Eivy, 1 poll, 225 acres Wilkes Co.

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John Pain, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 64 acres Wilkes Co.
George Griffith, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Williams, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Robert Sorrell, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Lewis Pearce, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Williams, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 1206 acres Wilkes Co.
William Veasy, 1 poll, 714 acres Wilkes Co.
James Taylor, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 180 acres Wilkes Co.
Peter Tatum, 7 1/2 polls, 12 slaves, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Jeremiah Dickens, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave. Jas. Graham, 1 poll.
Abraham Sanders, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co., 3 tracts 287 1/2 acres each Oconee river Washington Co.
Henry Tomson, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 350 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Thos. Adkinson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Jacob Landers, 1 poll, 575 acres on Oconee Washington Co.
William Pinkerton, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Robert Grier, 1 poll, 225 acres Wilkes Co. on Ogeechee 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Jeremiah Wootten, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Burford, 6 polls, 10 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Cessna, 1 poll, 800 acres Washington Co.
Reuben Edwards, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
John Cole, 2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Philip Hunter, 6 1/2 polls, 11 slaves, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Edward Daniel, 4 1/2 polls, 7 slaves, 287 1/2 and 600 acres Washington Co.
Alex. Thomson, 1 poll, 400 acres Washington Co., and 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Parkerson, 1 poll, 72 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel Morris, 1 poll. William Casey, 1 poll.
Huriah Gilmore, 1 poll, 130 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Cribb, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
George Dawson, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Frederick Williams, 5 polls, 8 slaves, 1985 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Bridges, 1 poll. Bartholomew Johnson, 1 poll.
George Read, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.

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Peter Cartwright, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
Leonard Burford, 1 poll, 300 acres Washington Co.
Michael Burford, 1 poll, 300 acres Washington Co.
Robt. Baldwin, 1 poll, 200 acres Washington Co.
Robt. Baldwin, trustee of John Baldwin, 350 acres Washington Co.
Anthony Hammon, 1 poll, 95 acres Wilkes Co.
James Armstrong, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Johnson, 1 poll, 550 acres Wilkes Co., and 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Joseph Jackson, 1 poll, 750 acres Wilkes Co., and 200 acres Washington Co.
Charles Burk, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 950 acres Washington Co. 750 acres Washington Co., 300 acres Richmond Co.
Jacob Hog, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 660 acres Wilkes Co.
Edward Pryor, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Hanes, 3 polls, 4 slaves. Parmenus English, 1 poll.
James Cone, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Clay, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 1050 acres Wilkes Co., 222 acres Washington Co.
Wm. Cummings, 2 polls, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Leftwich, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 144 acres Wilkes Co.
Robert Russell, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Curtace, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
William Dunn, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
David Adams, minor, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Robert Hill, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Jonathan Adams, minor, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Robert Grimmett, 1 poll, 165 acres Wilkes Co.
Aaron Levingston, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Bartholomew Johnson, Jr., 1 poll. Matthew Harris, 1 poll.
John Armstrong, 1 poll. William Stewart, 1 poll.
Andrew Baxter, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Harris, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 410 acres Wilkes Co., on Ogeechee river.
Thomas Harris, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co., Ogeechee river.

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William Greear, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 300 acres Wilkes Co. on Sav. river, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., and 230 acres Washington Co., on Oconee river.
William Gebreth (?), 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., on Oconee.
Thomas Gray, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas McDowell, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co. on Ogeechee.
George Harris, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co. Ogeechee.
Nathaniel Dean, 1 poll, 300 acres Washington Co.
James Adams, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co. 765 and 575 acres Washington Co.
Timothy McGuire, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Stewart, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Stewart, trustee for J. Newell, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Ellison, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Stephen Heard, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 1750 acres Wilkes Co.
John Wilson, 1 poll, 200 acres Washington Co.
Robert Elison, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co. on Ogeechee.
John White, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
William Richards, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Davis Grisham, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 300 acres Washington Co.
Theoplilus Simonton, 1 poll. William Gray, 1 poll.
Littleberry Grisham, 1 poll.
Samuel Thornton, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 600 acres Wilkes Co., 1432 acres Washington Co
Samuel Thornton, trustee for J. Moody, 1 poll, 575 acres Washington Co.

Capt. Thompson's District, Received by Benj. Thompson, Esqr.

James Alford, 8 polls, 14 slaves, 3392 acres Wilkes Co., 1075 acres Washington Co., 600 acres Franklin Co.
Henry Graybill, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 1500 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Robert Bryan, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Hawkins, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
James Harvey, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.

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Thomas Criddle, 1 poll, 370 acres Washington Co.
Ezekiel Slaughter, 6 1/2 polls, 11 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Slaughter, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Harvey, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Evan Harvey, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Hamilton, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Arreck, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Pearce, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Dowdels, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Nathan Jones, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Townson, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Josias Spikes, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Randle Jackson, 1 poll. John Ross, 1 poll.
Nathaniel Bell, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Palmer, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Richard Parker, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Stephen Parker, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave. Richard Parker, Jr., 1 poll.
Daniel Parker, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Lewis Parker, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Grimes, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Theodicius Turk, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Francis Poythriss, 1 poll, 100 acres Washington Co.
William Suart, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Hogg, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Elizabeth Townson, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Newday Ousley, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Gilbert, Sr., 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Gilbert, Jr., 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Peter Jackson, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Capt. John Cain, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
William Jackson, 1 poll. Henry Jackson, 1 poll
James More, 1 poll. James White, 1 poll.
Abraham Redick, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
William Glenn, 8 polls, 14 slaves, 100 acres Wilkes Co., 1300 acres Washington Co.

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Michael Harvey, 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, 350 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co. William McClain, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
William Thompson, 1 poll, 700 acres Wilkes Co., and 575 acres Washington Co.
Robt. Middleton, 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, 3850 acres Wilkes Co., 500 acres Washington Co.
Demsey White, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Isaac Jackson, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 350 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
William White, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Beasley, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co. on Ogeechee.
Holland Middleton, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
James Veasey, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Weldon Owsley, 1 poll, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
Peter Coffee, 7 polls, 12 slaves, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Veasey, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Conner Peeke (?), 1 poll, 575 acres Washington Co.
Joseph Smith, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave.
John Adams, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Shadrick Standley, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington, Co.
John Robertson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Walls, 1 poll, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
William Hamilton, 1 poll, 50 acres Wilkes Co.
Duke Glenn, 7 1/2 polls, 13 slaves, 100 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
George Bagby, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co., 517 acres Washington Co.
William Johnson, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel Conner, 1 poll, 164 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Gilbert, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Moon, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves.
Joseph Smith, Jr., 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Greear, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave. Thos. Hannah, 1 poll.
James Veasey, 1 poll. Jas. Rutledge, 1 poll.
John Johnson, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Dorothy Ashfield, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co., 20 acres Washington Co.
Joseph Rie, 1 poll, 200 acres Washington Co.
William Biley, 1 poll. Reuben Read, 1 poll.

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Ajonidab Read, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
John King, 1 poll, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
John Lawed, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Henderson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
David Leach, 1 poll, 487 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Benjamin Thompson, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 575 and 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Charnall Wallace, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Nathan Gann, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Whiteside, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Levy Lankester, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Washington Co. 200 acres Richmond Co.
Jesse Thompson, 1 poll, 400 acres Washington Co.

Capt. Elsberry's District, Received by Michael Elsberry.

Gen. Geo. Matthews, 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, Numerous tracts in Wilkes Co. amounting to 6415 acres, 1220 acres in Franklin Co.
Jas. Spratling, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Elijah Stinson, 1 poll, 260 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Gardner, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co., 787 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Charles Doherty, 1 poll, 450 acres Wilkes Co., 1675 acres Franklin Co.
Robt. McCrary, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 600 acres Wilkes Co., 350 acres Franklin Co.
Jeremiah Matthews, 1 poll, 136 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Elsberry, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Elsberry, 1 poll, 365 acres Wilkes Co.
William Bailey, 3 polls, 600 acres Wilkes Co., 775 acres, and 800 acres Franklin Co.
Reuben Muckle, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 490 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel Gunnels, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 450 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
Benj. Ashworth, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Alex. Luckie, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 700 acres Wilkes Co., 430 acres Franklin Co.
James Luckie, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Robinson Hendon, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
John Kit, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Muckle, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 400 acres Wilkes Co.

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Mark Phillips, 1 poll, 700 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
William Sharp, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Christopher Liner, 1 poll. George Smith, 1 poll.
Silas Munk, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Peter Goldsby, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 1250 acres Wilkes Co.
John Banks, 1 poll, 1350 acres Wilkes Co.
Dread Thornton, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Banks, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
John Muckle, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Carden, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
David Holifield, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Jas. Cadenhead, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
William Trailer, 1 poll, 650 acres Wilkes Co.
John Phillips, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
John Hill, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Jones, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Josiah Goldsby, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 1500 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co. 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Herod Thornton, 1 poll, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
Sissom Blake, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Frederick Brassell, 1 poll. Wm. Newberry, 2 polls, 2 slaves.
John Prestage, 1 poll, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
Benj. Stovall, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John McLroy, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Sessoms, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Zachariah, Lawrence, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Miles Jennens, 6 1/2 polls, 11 slaves, 1100 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Stephens, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 950 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Hendon, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Francis Meriwether, 11 1/2 polls, 21 slaves, 1400 acres Wilkes Co.
Nathan Jonnson, 1 poll, 739 acres Wilkes Co.
Andrew Bell, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel Freeman, 1 poll. Jesse Pye, 1 poll.
Samuel Sorrow, 1 poll. Wm. Sorrow, 1 poll.

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Peter Goldsby, Jr., 1 poll. Samuel Brigs, 1 poll.
John Ross, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Pye, 1 poll, 618 acres Wilkes Co.
George Hambleton, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
John Pye, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Wise, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
William Norris, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Huchens Johnson, 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, 1150 acres Wilkes Co., 400 acres Washington Co.
John Hubbard, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
James Goldsby, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Moore, 9 1/2 polls, 17 slaves.
John Griffeth, 1 poll, 1450 acres Wilkes Co., Two tracts 287 1/2 acres each Franklin Co.
Henry Tyler, 1 poll, 630 acres Wilkes Co. 100 acres Franklin Co.
Benjamin Fry, 8 1/2 polls, 15 slaves, 283 acres Wilkes Co., 250 acres Franklin Co.
Russell Jones, 2 polls, 1 slave, 1500 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Sorrow, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Hugh Ector, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 687 1/2 acres Franklin Co., 560 acres Washington Co.
Jean Patton, 2 polls, 4 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Embry, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Wiseman Bridges, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Hardman, 1 poll, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Lamar, 1 poll, 1030 acres Franklin Co. 450 acres Washington Co.
Anthony Olive, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
James Sims, 1 poll, 550 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Jesse Willingham, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel Saffold, 1 poll, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Hardman, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Nathaniel Bridges, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Tiller, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Hardy Norris, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Josias Norris, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Sarah Norris, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Head, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Jiles Lee, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.

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Gilbert Kean, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Catherine Fielder, trustee, 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, 170 acres Wilkes Co.
John Griggs, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
George Griggs, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Liner, 1 poll. Thomas Hitch, 1 poll.
Elijah Pope, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
David Allen, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Smith Gammon, 1 poll, 233 acres Wilkes Co.
John Richardson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Agnes Richardson, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Hill, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co. 400 acres Franklin Co.
Benjamin Hill, 1 poll. Drury Finney, 1 poll.
Benjamin Crawley, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Reuben Johnson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
George Whitsell, 1 poll, 275 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Nox, 5 polls, 8 slaves, 1232 acres Wilkes Co.
Adam Simmons, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Bridges, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Guy Smith, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
George McFalls, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co. 800 acres Franklin Co.
John McFalls, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co. 400 acres Franklin Co.
Abel Gower, 1 poll, 125 acres Wilkes Co.
Benj. Elsberry, Sr., 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Benj. Elsberry, Jr., 2 polls, 1 slave, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Simpson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Johnson, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Peterson, absentee, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
James Marks, defaulter, 1 poll.
Benjamin Finney, 2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Brazell, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Head, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co. 200 acres Franklin Co.
Micajah McGehee, 9 polls, 16 slaves, 1750 acres Wilkes Co.
William Deal, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
John Starr, 1 poll, 150 acres Wilkes Co. 200 acres Franklin Co.
John Thornhill, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Absolem Nox, absentee, 1 poll, 1900 acres Wilkes Co.

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Capt. Wilson's District. Received by John Talbot, Esqr.

Benjamin Catching, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co., 1075 acres Washington Co., Oconee river.
Benjamin Catching, Trustee for Wm. Green, 862 1/2 acres Washington Co.
John Kelly, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Welch, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Huett, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Alex. Miller, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave.
George Grisham, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 650 acres Wilkes Co.
John Burford, 1 poll, 287 1/2 & 575 acres Washington Co.
Aston Martin, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Querns, 4 1/2 polls, 7 slaves, 1200 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
John Querns, gdn. for M. Waters, 200 acres Franklin Co.
John Tillory, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Joshua Sanders, 1 poll, 1100 acres Wilkes Co. 862 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Henry Leverett, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Robt. Hammock, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Philip Combs, 1 poll, 950 acres Wilkes Co.
John Chandler, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Buckner Duke, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Gideon Anderson, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Ganaway Martin, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 850 acres Wilkes Co.
John Russell, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Chapman, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Philip Tommas, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 280 acres Wilkes Co.
Abraham Hammon, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Hammock, Jr., 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Hammock, Sr., 4 polls, 6 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Abraham Silvey, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
John Flanagan, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Bentley, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Ballard, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves.
William Hogg, 1 poll.
Benjamin McCormick, 1 poll.
William Duke, 1 poll.
James Jackson, 1 poll.
William Barnett, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 850 acres Wilkes Co.
John Grisham, 3 polls, 4 slaves.

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John Cooper, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves.
Gabrael Jones, 1 poll. Thomas Carson, Jr., 1 poll.
John Bailey, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
John Cole, Jr., 1 poll, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
Philip Guise, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Joshua Scurlock, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Ann Muligan, 4 1/2 polls, 7 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
John Simmons, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
John Tillory, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Comer, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
John Cain, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co. 575 acres Washington Co.
Stephen Johnson, 2 polls, 2 slaves
Pierce Clements, 2 polls, 2 slaves.
Thomas Carson, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
John Richey, 1 poll. Jacob Hammon, 1 poll.
Benjamin Porter, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Porter, Trustee for G. Liberty, 1 poll, 740 acres Wilkes Co.
William Duke, 2 polls, 2 slaves, two tracts 287 1/2 acres each Washington Co.
Benedick Hammock, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 250 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Mary Wilson, 1 poll, 417 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Simmons, 1 poll, 230 acres Wilkes Co.
John Knox, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Thornton, 1 poll, 532 acres Wilkes Co. 575 acres Franklin Co.
David Murray, 11 1/2 polls, 21 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
David Murray, Jr., 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
John Hammonds, 1 poll, 590 acres Wilkes Co.
Philip Huckaby, 1 poll. John Jack, 1 poll.
Shelton Eadson, 1 poll. Ephraim Bowen, 1 poll.
Wm. Huckaby, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Solomon Thornton, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Benjamin Hendrick, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves.
Roger Thornton, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves.
Peter Stubblefield, 8 polls, 14 slaves, 900 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Thomas Hambrick, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Blackmore Huse, 1 poll, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.

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Francis Powers, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Christian West, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Nicholas Huse, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Talbot, minor, 1000 acres Washington Co. Oconee river.

Capt. Pope's District. Received by Wilie Pope.

Zachariah Lamar, 5 polls, 8 slaves, 1700 acres Wilkes Co., 100 acres Wilkes Co. Sav. river, 200 acres Washington Co. Oconee, 520 acres Franklin Co.
Zachariah Lamar, Trustee for Jas. Acock, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 100 acres and 400 acres Wilkes Co.
James Giles, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 750 acres Wilkes Co.
Dunkan Bohannon, 1 poll, 850 acres Wilkes Co.
Benjamin Raglin, 8 1/2 polls, 15 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Ezekiel Cloud, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
David Thurman, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 575 acres Franklin Co.
Jesse Newby, 1 poll. Jesse Gordon, 1 poll.
John Partin, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Jesse Hooper, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Hooper, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Churchwell Hooper, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
Jas. Cowden, 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves.
George Underwood, 3 polls, 4 slaves.
Reuben Saffold, 3 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 700 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Griffin, 2 polls, 2 slaves.
John Cloud, 1 poll, 700 acres Wilkes Co.
Meriwether & Talliaferro, 12 polls, 20 slaves, 900 acres Wilkes Co., 300 acres Franklin Co.
John Fullilove, 7 polls, 12 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Humphrey Tompkins, 1 poll, 1150 acres Wilkes Co.
Humphrey Tompkins, Trustee for M. Thompkins, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
William Acock, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 350 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Tapley Flint, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.

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Richard Hartsfield, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Franks, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co. on Oconee.
Benj. Taylor, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Gamble, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 250 acres Wilkes Co. Sav. river, 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Burrell Pope, 7 poils, 12 slaves, 575 acres Washington Co., 575 acres Franklin Co. on Oconee, 1500 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel Rives, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Allace Mills, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Mary Little, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Mary Eads, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Absolem Thurman, 1 poll, 750 acres Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Noah Cloud, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Johnson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 200 acres Washington Co.
Richard Woods, 5 polls, 4 slaves, 250 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Nathaniel Bradford, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co. on Oconee.
Brittian Willis, 1 poll. Joseph Franks, 1 poll.
Drury Cade, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 1950 acres Wilkes Co.
Josiah Walton, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Wm. McLeroy, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 232 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. McLeroy, for son James, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Jeremiah Cloud, 1 poll, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Richardson, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Josiah Stovall, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves.
John Johnson, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
William Mills, 1 poll. John Richardson, 1 poll.
Robt. Carleton, 8 polls, 14 slaves.
Richard Acock, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 2475 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co., on Oconee river.
Richard Acock, Trustee for orphs of Demsey Hinton, 400 acres Wilkes Co.

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Jesse Lane, 4 1/2 polls, 7 slaves.
Ford Butler, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Lieurance, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Kelley, 1 poll. Isham Burks, 1 poll.
Job Hinton, 1 poll, 412 acres Wilkes Co.
John Burks, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 1394 acres Wilkes Co.
John Thurman, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co., and 200 acres Franklin Co.
Thos. Wootten, 7 polls, 12 slaves, 3357 acres Wilkes Co., 1400 acres Franklin Co.
John Pope, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 1300 acres Wilkes Co., 575 and 4340 acres Franklin Co.
Sherwood Hatley, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Mark Littleton, 1 poll, 450 acres Wilkes Co.
Benj. Varmilion, 1 poll, 200 acres Franklin Co.
Willis Pope, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 450 acres Wilkes Co., 600 acres Washington Co., 1000 acres Franklin Co.
Stephen Ragland, 1 poll. James Taylor, Defaulter
Jacob Watts, Defaulter. John Neil, Defaulter
Warwick Woodward, Defaulter. Thomas Jiles, Defaulter
John Tatum, Defaulter. Daniel Butler, Defaulter

Capt. Douglass' District. Received by George Douglass.

Thos Meriwether, 20 1/2 polls, 39 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Ware, Esqr., 5 1/2 polls, 9 slaves, 700 acres Wilkes Co.
Nicholas Ware, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Robert Ware, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Edmund Beard, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Roberts, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Robt. Jemison, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
James McGee, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Smith, 1 poll. John Gilbert, 1 poll.
John Benson, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres. Washington Co., Oconee river.
Martin Benson, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Jordan, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.

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Basil Lamar, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 2000 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Curry, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave. John Smith, 1 poll
Thomas Moffett, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Nathan Jordan, 1 poll. Thomas Ogle, 1 poll.
Thomas Harvard, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co., Sav. river.
William Wallace, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co. Sav. river.
James Wallace, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co. Sav. river.
James Puckett, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 412 acres Wilkes Co. Sav. river.
Warner Lewis, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co. 300 acres Wilkes Co. Sav. river.
Peter Huskey, 1 poll. William Ogle, 1 poll.
John Rexey, 1 poll. Richard Goldin, 1 poll.
John Williams, 1 poll. Solomon Collins, 1 poll.
James Ashley, 1 poll. John Trap, 1 poll
John Goldin, 2 polls, 2 slaves.
Samuel Hunter, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co. Sav. river.
William Zachry, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co. Sav. river.
James Moffet, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
Shadrack Mims, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
John Page, minor, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Howell, Sr., 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Howell, Jr., 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Zachariah Jorden, 1 poll, 700 acres Wilkes Co.
Francis McLendon, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Martin, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Lucre, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Slater, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Sword, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Francis Smith, 1 poll, 150 acres Wilkes Co.
Mark McLendon, 1 poll. Jacob Jourden, 1 poll.
Wyatt Morris, 1 poll. John Smith, 1 poll.
Robt. Middleton, 1 poll. Alex. Smith, 1 poll.
John Huffman, 1 poll. William Wilsher, 1 poll.
Jeremiah Wilsher, 1 poll. Wm. Evans, Defaulter
Thomas Wadd, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
John Tankersley, 9 1/2 polls, 19 slaves, 1000 acres Oconee river, Washington Co.

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Drury Pace, of S. C., 1 poll, 522 acres Wilkes Co., Sav. river.
George Douglas, 1 poll, 5 acres Wilkes Co.

Capt. Nail's District, Received by Reuben Allen.

Thomas Banks, 8 1/2 polls, 15 slaves, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Huntsman, 1 poll, 2 tracts 275 acres ea. Franklin Co.
Alagana McGuire, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Pullam, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 1150 acres Wilkes Co., 200, 200, & 462 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Andrew Hambleton, 1 poll, 900 acres Wilkes Co.
Reuben White, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Charity Bowers, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
Robt. McAlpin, Jr., 1 poll, 575 acres Wilkes Co.
Solomon McAlpin, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Allen, 1 poll. Isham Sharp, 1 poll.
Geo. Martin, minor, 180 acres Wilkes Co. Jas Belvin, 1 poll.
Reuben Allen, 4 polls, 6 slaves, 750 acres Wilkes Co. 800 acres Franklin Co.
James Cook, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel Shaw, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Shackleford, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Jos. Henderson, 4 1/2 polls, 7 slaves, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Gragg, 1 poll, 1560 acres Wilkes Co., 600, 300, & 2245 acres Franklin Co.
Joel Doss, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co., 700, 430 & 1170 acres Franklin Co.
William Smith, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Isaac Jones, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 175 acres Franklin Co.
John Marinack, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Tiner, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Edward McGary, 1 poll, 550 acres Wilkes Co., 862 acres Franklin Co.
John Moore, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Prophitt, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Robt. Harrison, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Harrison, 1 poll, 300 acres Franklin Co.
Joseph Moler, 1 poll, 250 acres Wilkes Co.

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Edmund Harper, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 550 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Rose, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Hugh King, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 900 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Townely, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Silas Teasley, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Lamb, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Taylor, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Chesser, 1 poll 600 acres Wilkes Co.
John Smith, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves. Alex. King, 1 poll.
John McGowin, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co., 250 acres Franklin Co.
Robert Rose, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Thos. Wilmoth, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Julian Nale, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 1287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
William Turk, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Hill, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Joseph Nale, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 1025 acres Franklin Co.
Edward Watts, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Jones, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Gabriel Smith, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Homes, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Carter Harrison, 1 poll. Reuben Harrison, 1 poll.
John Patterson, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Pruett, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Nathan Morgain, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Hugh Catcham, 1 poll David Lovill, 1 poll.
Dozier Thornton, 1 poll, 371 acres Wilkes Co.
Jos. Blackwell, 5 polls, 8 slaves.
John Hosey, 1 1/2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John White, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel White, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Web Kid, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Perian Farrar, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thos. Thornton, 1 poll, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
Ralph Banks, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 900 acres Franklin Co.
Nathaniel Hunt, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Teasley, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
William Nelms, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.

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John Sandra, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 600 & 400 acres Franklin Co., 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Lewis Davis, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Benj. Smith, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Whealer, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Isaac Hamitol, 1 poll. William Woody, 1 poll.
Jonathan Woodey, 1 poll. William Lovell, 1 poll.
Jacob Hamitol, 1 poll, 275 acres Wilkes Co.
John Rease, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
George Karr, 1 poll, 300 acres Franklin Co.
Jesse Bond, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Samuel Baker, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
John Trimble, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Bond, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Wilmoth, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Absolem Jorden, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 250 acres Wilkes Co.
William Doss, 1 poll. William Bensille, 1 poll.
Thomas Jorden, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Jacob Hill, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
John Lovill, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Robert Selfidy, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Jos. Martin Russell, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 400 acres Franklin Co.
Luke Hambleton, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
William Norris, 1 poll, 750 acres Wilkes Co.
Moses Trimble, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
John Tweedell, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
John Doss, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Mark Thornton, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Teasley, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
John Middleton, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.

Capt. McCain's District. Received by William Boren.

John Wingfield, Esqr., 14 1/2 polls, 27 slaves, 1200 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Mounger, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 575 acres Washington Co.
Sydnor Cosby, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Cosby, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Robt. Singleton, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.

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James Smith, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
David Terrell, minor, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Joel Harris, Factor, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Thos Tucker, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
William Glass, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Benj. Wilson, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
Job Callaway, 6 1/2 polls, 11 slaves, 1800 acres Wilkes Co.
George Tucker, 1 poll. Charles Clark, 1 poll.
Loyd Killey, 1 poll. William Gunn, 1 poll.
Thos. Wingfield, Absentee, 3 polls, 6 slaves, 425 acres Wilkes Co.
Wm. Terrell, Sr., 10 1/2 polls, 19 slaves, 1950 acres Wilkes Co., 968 1/2 acres Washington Co., 287 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Jacob Bankston, 1 poll, 1900 acres Wilkes Co.
Edward Butler, Absentee, 6 polls, 12 slaves.
Wm. Fitzjarrell, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Arthur Ledbetter, 1 poll, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
John Gorham, 1 poll, 650 acres Wilkes Co., 1737 1/2 acres & 1439 1/2 acres Franklin Co.
Nathaniel Coats, 1 poll, 550 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Lesley Coats, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
Howell Jareatt, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
James Boren, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Runnolds, 4 polls, 6 slaves.
John Smith, 3 polls, 5 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co
Joseph Moore, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Daniel Bankston, 2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 & 287 1/2 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Bankston, 1 poll, 300 acres Wilkes Co.
Zachariah Henderson, 2 polls, 2 slaves.
Thomas Ward, 1 poll. Isham Clark, 1 poll.
John Grimes, 9 polls, 16 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thos. Wingfield, 12 1/2 polls, 23 slaves, 575 acres Wilkes Co.
Charles Carrell, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.

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George Willis, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 696 acres Washington Co.
John Crutchfield, 6 polls, 10 slaves, 600 acres Wilkes Co.
John Goldson, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 632 acres Washington Co.
Josiah Cole, 7 1/2 polls, 13 slaves, 294 acres Wilkes Co., 600 acres Washington Co.
Joel Terrell, 3 1/2 polls, 5 slaves, 550 acres Wilkes Co., 500 acres Washington Co.
Basil Human, 1 poll, 400 acres Wilkes Co.
John Ray, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 660 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Evans, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
John White, 1 poll, 350 acres Wilkes Co.
Geo. Wagoner, 1 poll, 100 acres Wilkes Co.
Richard Edge, 1 poll, 500 acres Washington Co.
Wm. Wagoner, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave. Simon Burney 2 polls, 2 slaves.
John Graham, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co., 287 1/2 acres Washington Co.
Isaac Stocks, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave, 1400 acres Wilkes Co.
Henry Anglin, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
David Sidwell, 1 poll, 490 acres Wilkes Co.
Edward Black, 1 poll, 1000 acres Wilkes Co.
David Anglin, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
James Jack, 2 polls, 2 slaves, 1 town lot.
Howell Stamper, 1 1/2 polls, 1 slave.
Tunstall Roan, 1 poll, 750 acres Wilkes Co., 230 acres Washington Co.
James Gray, 3 polls, 4 slaves, 200 acres Wilkes Co.
Thomas Starke, 7 1/2 polls, 13 slaves, 800 acres Wilkes Co.
John 
 
1127 GLASS NOTes

William Glass married Permelia Swan and had Rachel, Elizaeth, ary, Amelia, William, Frank, Martha, Laura, Henry

Permelia was born 1798 and was the dtr. of Rev, Sol. William Swan of Mecklenburg Co., NC and Cataula, Harris, GA and Rachel Brown orn 1769.

William Swan lived in Morgan, Jasper, Newton and Harris County Georgia.

1850 Harris County GA
William Glass 64
Pamelia Glass 52 NC
Rachael Glass 29
Elizabeth Glass 25
Mary Glass 22

William Glass and Amey Ragland bm Ambrose Barker
Granville NC
birth c. 1758 Granville, NC
daughter of Evan Ragland(was in Wilkes County GA and Halifax VA) and Amy Merritt
wife of William Glass Sr.
Mother of Susannah Talley
sister of Mary Ann Barker, Benjamin Ragland and Reuben Ragland

William Glass 1850 Agriculture Census Murray County, GA
William Glass will Newton County, GA 1836 adm. Thomas Glass witness Gerard Camp
William Glass 1835 Tax Reord St. Frances, Phillips Co., ARK.

Zachariah Glass . 1750's Halifax County VA

Mary Gatewood Glass b. 1816 Jasper County, GA d. 1890 Henry Co., GA, daughter of James Glass and Penelope Pace.
Wife of John Pennington Austin arr 1837 Newton County, GA
Sister of Judge Manson M. Glass
Judge James Fredrick Glass
Nancy Glass
Sarah Glass
Judge Zachariah Glass
and three others
Amelia Glass 18
William Glas 16
Frank Glass 13
Martha Glass 12
Sarah Glass 9
Henry Clay Glass 6

Living next house to William B. Swan 43 b. NC


Cyrus Swan b. 1801 NC 1850 lived along in Harris Co GA lived close to Satterwhite. Trimble sold land to Cyrus Swan.

Harris Co, GA Susan Boyd w. Glass

John Pettypool land bordered William Glass


Katherine Woerner

07/23/15 at 8:34 PM


It is interesting that in the information that you sent where Martha Francis Glass that married Wm. Bailey Latham is the daughter of William P. Glass and Sarah Ann McKissack. Radford Ellis (DNA match to William R. Willingham) had a daughter Lucy Ann Ellis that married Archibald McKissack. They are related in the following way.

John McKissack (1745-1815) is the father of Archibald McKissack (1774-1856) that married Lucy Ellis.

Archibald McKissack is the brother of Thomas McKissack (1773-1836). Thomas is the grandfather of Sarah Ann McKissack that married William P. Glass.

Used an Ancestry tree for the McKissack information.




Also interesting that another daughter of Radford Ellis, Elizabeth (Betsy) Ellis married Benjamin Echols. Benjamin is related to Elijah Echols that married the Willingham sister of Caleb Willingham son if Isaac and Martha Brasfield Willingham.







1850 Div 59, Meriwether Co., GA

#249 Wm P Glass 37 GA b. ca 1813

Sarah Ann Glass 30 GA b. 1820 GA Sarah Ann McKissack m. 7 Jan 1838.

Sarah Glass 10 GA

William Glass 9 GA

Mary Glass 7 GA

Elizabeth Glass 5 GA

Margaret Glass 4 GA

Francis Glass 1 GA [Martha Francis Glass b. 3 June 1849 m. Wm. Bailey Latham.]

NOTE: Above William P. Glass family is in 1870 Pct 1 Upshur Co., TX PO Gilmer

William Glass 58 GA

Sarah Glass 46 GA

Ann Glass 19 GA

John Glass 18 GA

George Glass 16 GA This family in GA 1854.





From: Katherine Woerner
To: Kathie Pearson
Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 10:18 PM
Subject: Glass/Willingham





Worked on this a bit.

Katherine




Willingham/Glass

Jasper Co., GA marriages [Jasper 1812 from Baldwin Co. (1803 from ceded land of the Creek Indians 1092 & 1805; seat: Milledgeville)(changed from Randolph in 1812). New Randolph 1828 from Baker and Lee] [Handybook] Jasper County was created December 10, 1807 from Baldwin County, number 31 in the order of creation. It was originally named Randolph County. (The present-day Randolph County was created on December 20, 1828) A part of Jasper was set off to Morgan in 1815 and a part to Newton in 1821. The name was changed December 10, 1812. [USGenWeb]



Caleb W. Willingham m. 21 June 1810 in Jasper Co., GA to Elizabeth Glass. Caleb is son of Isaac Willingham died intestate 1810 Columbia Co., GA m. 1787 Granville Co., NC to Martha Brasfield. I found no Glass family listed on the 1820 Jasper Co, GA census.





Jones Co., Marriage usgenweb:

Medlock, Geo. - Glass, Sally, Aug 11, 1818, Wm. S. M'dlebrooks, J.P. p. 76

Bostwick, Charles married Willingham, Martha on 11 Nov 1832

Smith, Joseph - Taylor, Ann 20 Jul 1826

Cleland, Nancy married Smith, Joseph on 24 Oct 1844

Cleland, Eliza married Newby, Daniel J. on 22 Nov 1849



Jones Co., GA 1820

Caleb Willingham, Capt. Seal?s Dist. p. 138,

1 m 26-45 [b. 1775-1794 b. ca 1788], Caleb

2 f < 10, b. 1810-1820

1 f 16-26 Elizabeth age 10-20 from 1830 census; she probably married at about 16, b. ca 1794.

NOTE: Caleb Willingham d. 1838 Jones Co., guardian & estate records, son of Isaac

& Martha Brasefiled Willingham. Settlement of Caleb?s estate mentions one son, William, an idiot.]

NOTE: Caleb's 1830 census shows more than one child in his household.




Jones Co., GA 1820

William Glass , Capt. Seals Dist p. 136

2 m < 10 b. 1810-1820

1 m 10-16 b. 1804-1810

1 m 16-45 William Glass

1 f < 10

1f 10-16

1 f 26-45



Jones Co., GA 1830

Caleb, p. 431 or 432,

1 m 5-10, b. 1820-1825

1 m 10-15, b. 1815-1820 Probably b. ca 1820 since not on 1820 census.

1 m 40-50 [b. 1780-1790?ca 1788], Caleb d. 1838 Jones Co., GA

1 f 10-15 [b. 1815-1820], Should be another female did she marry or die before 1830?

1 f 30-40 Elizabeth b. 1790-1800; b. 1790-1794 from 1820 census; b. ca 1794



Caleb died 1838. Where is Elizabeth Willingham in 1840? The family might have some children born 1830-1839.

Possible what family would look like in 1840:

Elizabeth Willingham age 40-50

1 m 15-20

1 m 20-25 Could be married

1 f 20-25 Could be married

children 0-9 (marked < 5 or 5-10)



1830 Jasper Co., GA

James Glass 1 m 20-30, 1 f 20-30

William Glass 2 m 15-20, 1 m 50-60, 2 f 10-15, 1 f 50-60



1840 Meriwether Co., GA

James Glass 1 m < 5, 2 m 5-10, 1 m 30-40, 1 m 70-80, 1 f 30-40, 1 f 60-70

TWO families away: William Glass 1 m 60-70, 1 f 15-20, 1 f 50-60



1840 Dist 825 Murray Co., GA

Elizabeth Willigngham

1 m 15-20 b. 1820-1825 Caleb had a son 5-10 in 1830. [?William R. b. ca 1826?]

2 m 20-30 b. 1810-1820 Caleb had one son 10-15 in 1830 [?Helmin H. b. ca 1821 GA? And Nathan 1823 GA?]

2 f 5-10 b. 1830-1835 [?Sarah b. ca 1835 GA and Nancy b. 1832 GA?]

1 f 15-20 b. 1820-1825 Caleb had 1 f 10-15 in 1830

1 f 40-50 Elizabeth b. 1790-1800; Caleb?s Elizabeth was 30-40 in 1830

NOTE: This could be the family of Caleb and Elizabeth Glass Willingham.

NOTE: Elizabeth Willingham m. 5 Jan 1842 in Murray Co., GA to John Golston (Gholston?, Gholson?)

In 1840 John Golston, indexed Wilson Co., TN, but John Mosten? 2 m15-20, 1 m 50-60; N.B. Gholston, Williford, Madison Co., GA

NOTE: Mary Ann Willingham m. 23 July 1846 in Murray Co., GA to Isaac Baugh

Could be 1850 Dist 28 Benton Co., AL

#278 J (I?) Baugh 34 GA

M.A. 19 f GA b. ca 1831 (Mary Ann?)

?E 3 m GA (James E.)

T.(F.?) E. 1 f AL (Francis S. E.)

OR Could be 1850 Dist 38 Hall Co., GA

J J (or I.J.) Baugh (indexed Badish) 38

M 37 b. 1813 (Mary?)

Noah Baugh 14 m ca 1845

Judy Baugh 12

M G Baugh 10

F J Baugh 8



1860 Prairie, Carroll, AR PO Berryville [This looks like the family that was 1850 Benton Co., AL.]

Isaac Baugh 39

Marg (Mary?) Ann Baugh 28

James E Baugh 13

Francis S E Baugh 11

Reuben G Baugh 9

John H Baugh 7

George B Baugh 4

Sarah R Baugh 1



From 1850 St. Francis Co., AR census

Possible Willingham Siblings

Helmin H Willingham 29 b. ca 1821 GA

William R. Willingham 24 b. ca 1826 GA

John Willingham 20 b. 1830 GA Laborer

Nancy Willingham 18 GA b. ca 1832 GA

Sarah Willingham 15 b. 1835 GA



The 1840 census for the above possible Willingham family would have at least?

1 m 15-20 Helmin b. 1821 GA

1 m 10-15 William b. 1826 GA

1 m 5-10 or 10-15 John b. 1830 GA

1 f 5-10 Nancy b. 1832 GA

1 f > 5 or 5-10 Sarah b. 1835 GA

3 male children and 2 female children

The 1840 Murray Co., GA census for Elizabeth fits this; there are 3 female children, but one and Elizabeth could be the marriages.



This family should be on the 1830 GA census; they may have moved to AL by 1840. The father would have been at least 22 by 1821 and born by 1799/1800, would be about 30 in 1830 and about 40 in 1840.

The 1830 census for the above possible Willingham family would have at least..

1 m 0-5 William b. 1826

1 m 5-10 Helmin b. 1821

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1850 Div 59, Meriwether Co., GA

#1339 James B Glass 41 m GA b. ca 1809

Mary Glass 41 f GA

William Glass 16 m GA [William Richard Glass b. ca 1834.]

James P Glass 11 m GA

Sarah E Glass 6 f GA

Silva Clower 73 f NC

William Glass 74 m VA b. ca 1776 VA

Sarah Glass 67 f NC

NOTE: Williamson had a son James B. Glass who had a son William Richard Glass . William Richard is my great grandfather . [Glass post #976]





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Name:
H. J. Willingham

Age:
22

Birth Year:
abt 1858

Birthplace:
Texas

Home in 1880:
Precinct 4, Upshur, Texas

Race:
White

Gender:
Male

Marital Status:
Single

Mother's Birthplace:
Alabama

Neighbors:
View others on page

Occupation:
Laborer

father's birthplace: unknown

Henry Jackson Willingham is a laborer with the family of John M. Davis 45 TN.




Henry Jackson Willingham married the daughter, Mary Virginia, of William B. Latham; this family also was 1880 in Upshur Co., TX.



Name:
Mary V. Latham

Age:
10

Birth Year:
abt 1870

Birthplace:
Louisiana

Home in 1880:
Precinct 3, Upshur, Texas

Race:
White

Gender:
Female

Relation to Head of House:
Daughter

Marital Status:
Single

Father's name:
Wm. B. Latham

Father's Birthplace:
Louisiana

Mother's name:
Martha F. Latham

Mother's Birthplace:
Georgia








Mary Virginia Latham b. Dec 1870 LA LA GA m. 7 Oct 1888 Upshur Co., TX to Henry Jackson Willingham, son of William R. Willingham (ggrandfather of Sherry Jumper). This couple are on the 1900 Hopkins Co., TX census with children, dau Martha 9, son Baley 8, son Oto 4, dau Sarah 2. Also living with them and listed last are son (brother?) Riley Willingham 18 and son (brother?) William Willingham 16. Henry's wife, Mary, would have been only 12 and 14 when the last two were born. Did Henry have a wife before Mary?






Mary V. Latham is daughter of Wm. B. Latham who married Martha Francis GLASS.

1880 pct 3 Upshur Co., TX (img 17)

Wm. B. Latham 33 LA b. 1847

Martha F. 31 GA b. 1849 [Martha Francis Glass b. 3 Jun 1849 Meriwether Co., GA]

Nancy A. 12

Mary V. 10 b. 1870 LA m. Henry Jackson Willingham

Francis L. 3

NOTE: The Glass family in TX by 1870.



Wm Bailey Latham b. 9 Oct 1848 Sabine Parish, LA (1850 Sabine LA census as Bailey) m. 14 Sept 1866 in Many LA to Martha Francis Glass b. 3 June 1849 Meriwether Co., GA, daughter of Wm. P. Glass b. ca 1813 GA m. Sarah Ann McKissack 7 Jan 1838 Meriwether Co., GA.



1860 Sabine, LA PO Many

Nancy Latham 38 TN

James E Latham 16 LA

Claiborne P Latham 14 LA

William B Latham 12 LA

Virginia C Latham 3 LA



1850 Div 59, Meriwether Co., GA

#249 Wm P Glass 37 GA b. ca 1813

Sarah Ann Glass 30 GA b. 1820 GA Sarah Ann McKissack m. 7 Jan 1838.

Sarah Glass 10 GA

William Glass 9 GA

Mary Glass 7 GA

Elizabeth Glass 5 GA

Margaret Glass 4 GA

Francis Glass 1 GA [Martha Francis Glass b. 3 June 1849 m. Wm. Bailey Latham.]

NOTE: Above William P. Glass family is in 1870 Pct 1 Upshur Co., TX PO Gilmer

William Glass 58 GA

Sarah Glass 46 GA

Ann Glass 19 GA

John Glass 18 GA

George Glass 16 GA This family in GA 1854.





1850 Div 59, Meriwether Co., GA

#1339 James B Glass 41 m GA

Mary Glass 41 f GA

William Glass 16 m GA

James P Glass 11 m GA

Sarah E Glass 6 f GA

Silva Clower 73 f NC

William Glass 74 m VA

Sarah Glass 67 f NC



1860 Meriwether Co., GA PO Warnerville

#773 J. B Glass 51 GA

Mary M. 51 f GA

James P. 20 m GA

Sarah 15 f GA

#774William Glass 83 b. ca 1777 KY

Sarah 75 GA

Lilly Clower 83 NC 
 
1128 Greene County, GA Deeds
007898893 Vol 2, Part 2 Image 780 of 911
Deeds v. 1-2, 1785-1802
June 17, 1788
Robert Harper and wife Mary to William Glass, 300 acres on Fulsom's Creek in the county of Greene, GA. Witnesses: Zachariah Glass, John Harper.

007898894 Vol. 3, Page 15
Deeds V 3-4 1799-1808 Image 13 of 781
Feb. 19, 1799
Joseph White and Sarah White on Greene County, GA to Francis Hough of same County mentions Hall's Land, Culbreath's land 29 acres including plantation were Richard Williamson lived. Witnessess: Samual Hough, Samson Rentfro.

007898894 VOl 3 Page 104 Image 58 of 781
Deeds v. 3-4 1799-1808 September 9, 1799
Thomas and Elenor Wagnon and Cuthbert Coleman all of Greene County, GA and Benjamin Meritt of Greene County. Waters of Sherrills Creek, 170 acres bounded by McIntosh, David Sherrill's and Jason Cargalls.

00078894 Vol. 3, Page 255
Image 135 of 781
Deeds V. 3-4 1799-1808 Jan. 1, 1799
Joseph White as principal of Zachariah Glass, surety both of Greene County, firmly bound unto William Phillips register of probate. Joseph White administrator of the goods......of John Michael Wagonman deceased.


007898894 Image 373 of 781 Vol 3 page 705
Deeds v. 3-4, 1799-1808
Date June 22, 1803
Sarah White of Greene County sold to John White of Greene County, mares, horses......five feather beds, furniture, all plantation, tools crop everything in her possession.
Witnesses, Wm. Baldwin, Jacob White

007898894 Volume 4 Page 1
Deeds v. 3-4, 1799-1808
Date Feb. 1, 1804 Greene County, GA
Zachariah Glass and Sarah Glass his wife as executors of estate of Joseph White dcd. of one part and Henry Slaughter of other part of Greene County, sold all plantation to Henry Slaughter waters of Oconee River 62 acres being part of 670 acres granted to Charles Cesny. 50 dollars. Witness: Richard Carter, and Elisha Whatley

00788894 Vol 4 Page 49
Deed v. 3-4, 1799-1808
July 20, 1804
Zachariah Glass (who intermarried with Sarah White) on one part and William Baldwin as guardian of the children of the aforesaid children of the aforesaid children of said Sarah White which were of Joseph White decd. Zachariah Glass relinquish rights to all title and interest from estate of Joseph White decd. as well for rights of dower in regards to marriage of Sarah White.

007898893 Vol 1, Page 670
Image 346 of 911
June 17, 1788 of Wilkes County, GA
George Harper and Lydia to Zachariah Glass of Greene Co., 200 acres.

007898893 Vol 1 page 193
Image 105 of 911
Aug 5, 1788
William Sullivan of Wilkes Co to John Gholson of Wilkes Co 287 1/2 acres....Oconee River in Greene Co, GA Witness: Nathaniel Smith, Lewis Smith
(noted this deed because of name John Gholson.... Elizabeth Willingham married a John Gholston in Murray County, GA.

Vol 1 page 471
Thomas Wagnon to John Bostick (Bostick's were associated with Willingham's in Jones/Jasper Co)
April 1791
Thomas Wagnon of Wilkes Co., to JOhn Bostick of Wilkes Co., 300 acres in Green Co., bounded by John King, George Dawson. mentions Benjamin Few, Robert Middleton, Little B. Bostick, John Peter Wagnon (Wagonnan)

007898893 Vol. 2 pg 4
Image 389 of 911
Dec 1789
Rebecca wife of John R. Wagnon of Augusta Co, GA mentions Thomas Glasscock she releases dower.

Image 389 of 911
Nov 20 1786
Robert Middleton Planter of Greene County, GA John Peter Wagnon Esquire of Richmond Co, GA 4,440 acres in county of Greene waters of Oconee west of John Peter Wagnon's land.

007898893 Vol 2, page 528
Deed 1, 2 1785-1802
Image 667 of 911
Nov 9, 1801
Sally White Greene County, GA giving to children John White, Elizabeth White, Wily White, JOseph White, Mary White.....mentions slaves.

Image 794 of 911 Vol B page 39
Nov 19, 1792
Zachariah Glass and wife Nancy to Jonas Shivers. 200 acres, Harpole? Creek

007896883 Book LL page 66
Image 346 of 608
Feb 23, 1836
William T. Gaston of Greene to Elisha Reid of Putnam County sold negro girl to Elisha (a McMichael married a Gaston and a possible Elisha? Reed lived next to Elizabeth Willingham in 1840 Murray County, GA)

007896893 Book 1, Page 18
Image 17 of 911
Aug 29, 1786
Wm Fitzpatrick and Tabitha of Greene County, Ga to Caleb Brasfield of Granville County, NC. 722 acres on Fishing Creek waters of Oconee River by Oliver Porter, Buckner, Harris and Gilberts and Wm. Fitzpatrick the same being the tract of land whereon George Brasfield now lieth? together with all houses buildings.......
Witness: e. Bradley, Wm Daniel

Daughter of Caleb Brasfield, Elizabeth married David Adams 1799 Hancock Co., GA

007898893 Book 2, Page 95
Image 435 of 911
March 7, 1794
William Fitzpatrick of Greene County, GA and Caleb Brasfield of Greene County, GA. 137 acres on Town Creek---Oconee River. Bordering John Browning, Nathan Peeples, and said Brasfield.

007898893 Book 2, page 379
Image 592 of 911
NOv 17, 1797
George Brasfield of Granville County, NC to Samuel Baldwin of the County of Greene, 200 acres waters of Fishing Creek. It being the tract of land which Caleb Brasfield decd. gave to aforesaid George Brasfield. Witness: William Browning, David Adams.
( It is said that a Caleb Willingham married Jesse Baldwin dau of William Baldwin....William Baldwin is shown to living close to Caleb Willingham in 1820/1830 in Jones County, GA. She died young with no children. Think it is a good possibility that Caleb Willingham married this Jesse Baldwin before he married Elizabeth Glass. A Satterwhite neighbor of Caleb's also married a Baldwin.) OR was this a misprint and it actually was the same Baldwin marriage between Caleb Brasfield of Greene Co, GA and the Baldwin that he married)

Caleb Brasfield's daughter Elizabeth that married David Adams d. 1833 Pike Co., GA. In 1830 they lived in Jasper County, enumerated on the same page as William Glass.

Film 007898896 Vol FF page 413 Greene County, GA Deeds
Image 638 of 650
Jan. 6, 1818
William Willingham of Jasper County
to JOhn Parrott of Greene County, GA 195 acres lying in county of Greene on waters of Oconee River land where John Parrott dwells land granted to Charles Cesney on John Michael Waggonmans line and Holt's line.


 
 
1129 Archiver > CASTEEL > 1998-07 > 0900087113

From: Leslie Collier
Subject: Greene Co., TN, records
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 1998 11:11:53 -0500


A tiny geography lesson for those of you without roots in Greene Co.,
TN, who are not familiar with the area:
Do keep in mind that Tennessee became a state in 1796. Prior to that,
the land was part of North Carolina, so some of the early records say
"North Carolina."
Look on a map for Greenville, county seat of Greene Co., TN. Let your
fingers do the walking heading northwest of Greenville on Highway 70.
Approximately 7 miles northwest of downtown Greenville is the area in
question. Here come together the following landmarks that define the
Casteel genealogy problem in this county:
(current names)
Lick Creek (which starts off the Nolichucky River 10 miles west)
Roaring Fork of Lick Creek (splits off south of Lick Ck.)
Puncheon Camp Creek (splits off of Lick Ck. on the north side
about 1/2 mi. west of where Roaring Fork splits off)

Also found within one mile are the following features (current names):
Babb Creek
Ray Casteel Rd.
Casteel Springs
Carter Valley
Babb's Mill Road
Key Road

There is a section of Babb's Mill Road (remember it . . . it's coming up
again in records of the 1700s in a sec) that still exists under that name.
This road begins on Hwy. 172 exactly at Casteel Springs and runs 4 mil.
east to join Hwy 93 at Walkertown community (too small to be called a town,
just a huddle of a couple of houses and a gas station).

This is the neighborhood to which all of the following records apply. In
the late 1700s you had to be pretty desperate (or foolhardy) to choose to
live here. The price of land may have been right, but the Injuns were
fierce and the wilderness vast. There were almost no settlers. If your
family came here, then you probably came with relatives or buddies, and you
relied on one another to stay alive.

Since there is no census for this area in 1790, I'm going to post two
road crew lists a couple of years apart. This is as close as we're going to
get to having a scorecard giving the names of the settlers of this region.
You do need to know that the original mill and road to it were built by the
Inmans, but bought out by the Babb family. It is the same mill and road.

Here are the players in our game of "Who's got an ancestor":

Greene County; Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas & Quarter Sessions
(1783-1796) TN State Library & Archives, Reel 24, pp. 63 and 215

May 1786 Road crew appointed from Puncheon Camp to North side
of Lick Creek to County Line leading towards Abednego Inman's mill--
Lanty Armstrong
Jno. C_____
Dutton Lane
Phillip Babb Senr.
Peter King Senr.
Jones Kendrick
John Wagner
Zachariah Casteel
Wm. Wilson
Archilbald McCurry
James Mitchell
Thos. Wray

Winter 1791 Road laid from Babbs Mill to Bulls Gap, these following to
view and make the way:
Isaac Ballard
Phillip Babb
Seth Babb
Abraham Carter
John Carter
Joseph Roberts
Joseph Self
Thos. Fresher
Levi Carter
Dennis Harty
Richard Robins
Joseph Carter

Now you're in position and you've got a program naming some of actors.
Time for the action to begin:

22 Aug 1784Greene Co. Court Minutes, p. 22
Jacob CARTER vs. Frances CASTEEL
jury for plaintiff 1 penny damages

May 1786Greene Co. road crew given above for PUNCHEON
CAMP on the north side of LICK CREEK
Zachariah CASTEEL

20 Sep 1787 Greene Co., TN, Deed Book G., p. 97
North Carolina Land Grant #308
John CASTEEL paid Ten Pounds for 311 1/4 acres
"lying in our County of Green on PUNCHEONS CAMP CREEK"
Body of deed refers to him as John Casteel Sen'r. so
there are several John Casteels here at this time)

Nov 1789 Greene Co. Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas & Quarter
Sessions (1783-1796), p.140
Jury--Zachariah CASTEEL

30 Aug 1790 Greene Co. Deeds, Volume 2, p. 94
Jacob CARTER, now of Wilkes Co., GA, sells to Dennis HARTY of
Greene Co., NC, for 100 pounds, a tract on ROARING FORK of
LlCK CREEK including his improvement, adj line between Carter
and Benjamin Anderson, being 200 acres tr granted to Carter on
20 Sept 1787, NC Land Grant # 355.
Wit: John Reynolds, William Banister, Elisabeth Norris

1793Greene Co. Tenn Tax List - Capt. Anderson Walker's Company
William CASTEEL 1 White Poll

1 Sep 1794 Knox Co. Regiment, Hamilton District Militia, Territory
South of the Ohio River
John CASTILEe, pvt. on a Muster Roll of a detachment of mounted
infantry under the command of Capt. John Singleton, in the Knox
Regiment of Hamilton District Militia, for the protection of frontiers
South of Ohio. from Aug 27, 1794 to Sept 1, 1794. Roll dated
Knoxville, Sept 1, 1794 Pay Roll for same: Term of service, 6 days,
per @.75 per day. Amount of pay $4.50.

1797 Greene Co. Taxables of Captain Morris Company
Zakeriah CASTEEL 208 acres

1798 Greene Co. Taxables of Capt William Crawford Company
John CASTEEL1 White Poll
Zecheria CASTEEL108 acres

29 Jul 1809Greene Co. Wills & Inventories 1802-1812
Estate of Robert Wyley, decd. (a shop owner)
Book accounts, including (in part)
CASTEEL, Robert L 12

19 Aug 1810 probated Greene Co. Court Minutes, October Sessions 1810
Abstract of will of Dennis HARTY
To Wife, Jemima, all my pewter, unmolested use of all cleared land,
except that where Daniel Harty lives and works. To son, Jacob and
Daniel, plantation at death of my wife, Jacob to get house.
Sons-in-law, Robert CASTEEL, Moses McCoy and George Miers,
to receive $1.50 each. Granddaughters, Rececky Myers and Anna
Meirs, eight dollars each. Granddaughter: Elizabeth Myers. To
William McCoy and Abner Johnson, everything equally divided not
allready specified.
Executors: David Robertson, David KEY
Witnesses: Elijah Billingsley, John (his mark) Ross.
Dennis, his X mark, HARTY

28 Apr 1812Greene Co. Deed Book 9, p. 415
David Robinson and David KEY, exrs. of the Last Will and
Testament of Denis HARTY, Decd...sell to David CARTER...all of
Greene Co...for $121...land in Greene County on the waters of the
ROARING FORK of LICK CREEK, being part of a Tract Granted
by the State of North Carolina to Jacob CARTER for Two Hundred
Acres of No. 315-dated the 20th of Sep 1787...Beginning at a post
oak the forth corner from the beginning corner not reconing the
beginning Corner in said Grant. Running thence with a line of said
tract Southly 75 degrees East 66 poles to Benjamin Andersons
Corner white oak, thence west with another line of said Tract 117
poles to a stake, then North 41 Poles to a small hickory, then East the
dividing line 180 poles to a small hickory and white oak another line
of the original, thence with the same a Direct course to the Beginning.
Containing 44 Acres
David Robinson Seal
David KEY Seal

12 Mar 1825Greene Co. Deed Book 18, p. 122
David KEY, Executor. of the will of Zachariah CASTEEL sells to
Jeremiah CASTEEL...for $505.50..part of NC Grant 1361 to John
Malone and Zachariah Casteel for 200 acres on DRY FORK of LICK
CREEK.
Witnesses: Edward CASTEEL David Key, Exr.
James X Long
16 Feb 1836 Proved by David Key Merryman Payne, Clerk
18 Feb 1836 Recorded
_______________________________________________

CONCLUSIONS:
1. All of these folks lived together on the waters of Lick Creek by the
1780s.
2. Jacob Carter sues Francis Casteel in 1784 and sells his land to Dennis
Harty (Robert Casteel's father-in-law) in 1787. The Carters are important
players.
3. Francis, Zachariah, several Johns, and Robert Casteel were adults in
this area.
4. A John and Francis and William Casteel move from Greene Co. into nearby
Knox Co., TN. William is massacred by the Indians; Francis leaves a will
there, and John just plain disappears (whichever John he is).
4. David Key is executor to both the wills of Zachariah Casteel and Dennis
Harty in Greene Co. He is important to the Casteel genealogy.

I do have a rundown of neighbors, incomplete of course, showing who
migrated in from where at what time period. This suggests further ties and
other localities to check. You won't know many of these names unless you've
poked around in this county, but they may trigger something for those of
you with Casteel elsewhere.

NEIGHBORS ON BABB'S MILL ROAD:

Zacahriah Casteel (1795 Joins w/ John Maloney's land)

John Malone (b.1751, md. a Mary Elizabeth Whomever, came from Washington
Co., PA)

Philip Babb (b. 1731, Chester, PA, later Frederick, VA, NC grant #521,
dated 1787) in book, BABB FAMILIES OF AMERICA by Sargent, p.51, d.1813
Greene, TN--wf. Mary Perkins, m2 Nancy Hannah Haines Antrim, widow of
Godfrey)

Seth Babb (b.1760, s/o Phil Sr., bro. Phil Jr., md. Mary McCLELLAN)
THIS ONE SHOULD RING A BELL

Hugh Carter (b.NJ, lived on contested line between VA/PA at Forks of Cheat
River, now Monongalia Co., WV, then moved to Wilkes and Surry Cos., NC,
just before hitting Tennessee, progenitor of large Carter family of Greene
Co.)

John Casteel (NC land grant #1838, in Sullivan Co. 1790, 1783 Greene Co.
tax list
Remember that Andrew McLellan of Russell Co., VA, is claimed
to have moved there from Sullivan Co., TN.

Loderick Fry (1782 Berkeley Co. VA tax list)

John Fewston (John Feuston & John Jr. 1805 Greene Co., 1783 list shows no
Johns but a Robt Fuston)

Jacob Gass (Gass on petition to form Russell Co., VA, in 1785, w. Mary,
bro to John & James)

Mary King (w/o Peter, next door to Jno Malone)

Charles Harmon (not on 1783 Greene Co. tax list , but on Lick Ck. by 1796)

Peter King Sr. (1786 road crew Philip John Wagoner, Zach Casteel, Wm.
Wilson)

John Melone (md. Marjie Casteel, he b. 1778, NC land grant #1361 in 1795,
neighbor to Daniel Carter)

John McCurry

Chas. & Richard Pope

David Rice (b.Bedford, VA, in Greene Co. by 1798)

David & Thomas Tate (Russell Co, VA, petition, 1786 Russell,

Saml Tate (in Wash Co. earlier)

John Waggoner (Culpepper Co, VA 1783 tax, also see Sullivan Co. 1790 for John)

James Willson (shff 1784, 1782 Pr. George & Southampton Cos, VA. from PA)

Leslie 
 
1130 GRESHAM LOUISA CO VA

Henry Melton Will born 1739 Louisa Co, VA
Granville Co. NC.
Court 1792-1795 No. 160
Will of Henry Melton Proved by John Evans and Alexander Grisham; Agnes Melton qualifies as
exec.
1800
Pomfret Melton had guardian---Stephen Samples
Henry Melton had guardian-----James Smith
James Melton had guardian-----David Harris

am not sure what the relationship is with the Young brothers, but I believe they are nephews of Jeremiah Frazier/Fraizer md. Elizabeth "Betsy" MELTON 19 Oct 1783 Granville Co. NC. Betsy is the dau. of Henry MELTON/MILTON md. Agnes Sears. (Court Records of Granville Co. NC. Estate Papers of Henry MELTON.) The Editor of the MILTON/MELTON POT QUARTERLY. http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Flats/5596

p. 6 George Gauham (Grisham) of Richmond, VA bill of sale to James Lewis of Granville Co, October 6, 1792

Seers@email.msn.com

Henry's wife was Agnes Sears daughter of John and Violet Sears and sister to Temperance Sears Hicks.

The Melton family married Hesters

HESTER, MELTON posted by Harriet Hester Johnson on Thursday, March 26, 1998

Email: calypso@foothills.net

HESTER--looking for Michael HESTER married to Joanna MELTON in Louisa Co. in the middle or late 1700's. Both her father and grandfather are Henry MELTON. Michael's son was Henry HESTER who moved to Granville Co., NC.


In 1788 Granville Census Henry Melton lived by Zachariah Hester. There was a Zachariah Hester listed as the brother of Elizabeth Hester that married James Grisham in 1771.

John Gordon, Northumberland Co., VA sold land in Granville, NC that he had conveyed to him by Agnes and Stephen Melton on April, 12. 1796
___________________________________________________________

>Well my illusive John is still in hiding. I don't know his DOB, he died in
>1810. In Granville County Marriage bonds he is listed as Jr. and married
Mary
>"Polly" Parrish
In my Melton Family, I find an Agnes Sears who married Henry
>Melton. She was the daughter of John and Violett Sears. John died in 1823
He
>had several daughters and sons John, James and Williams. The daughters
married
>Grisham, Melton, Hester, Sears and Barnett.
___________________________________________________________
Thomas Gresham d. 1759 will Louisa Co, VA
mentions three sons Benjamin, John, Richard

James Grisham born Louisa Co., VA married Jane Clark in 1781 lived in Granville Co., NC
Children
Howell b. 1782
Benjamin b. 1785
Wheeler
Nany (Mary) b. 1790
Eliz. b. 1793
Thomas b. 1795 marr Mary Hester
Sally b. 1798
Peggy b. 1800


Polley F. Lemay


John Lemay


Christian Ussery


Charles Lemay

Susannah Turner

Richard Ussery

Mary






Polley F. Lemay

Records

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John Lemay Bible Records

Harris Hicks Revolutionary War Pension Aplicaation

John Hicks was the son of Harris Hicks and Temperance Sears.
He was the grandson of Absolam Hicks and Mary Harris.
He was the great-grandson of Sherwood Harris.
He was born May 20, 1790 Granville Co NC and died before 1853.

Polley F. (Lemay) Hicks must have died between the time her father made his will and the date of probate of the will in July of 1834. The records for John Hicks as guardian for his children's estate begin in August of 1834. The record in Feb. of 1837 states that the Hicks children received the "balance due the wards after paying for guardian bond, cash received of Samuel Lemay, executor of John Lemay deceased in part of ward's legacy".

John Hicks had remarried by 1840 as his household contained a female age 50-60. Where he lived after 1840 or what became of his children is not known. None of the family appear on the 1850 census or later Granville Co NC records.

Granville Co North Carolina Marriage Bond #3865.





John Hicks to Polly Lemay Oct. 23, 1816. Bondsman: David Satterwhite.
He son of Harris Hicks.



Granville County NC Guardian Accounts 1831-1841, p 224 ---- May Court 1835





Patsey, Cathrine, Fletcher, Minerva, Polly Ann and Nancy Hicks in account with John Hicks guardian makes charges from Aug. 1834 and gives balance for wards.




Granville Co NC Guardian Accounts 183l-41, p 270-27l ---- Feb. Court 1836





Martha C., Catherine, John Fletcher and Mary Ann Hicks in account with John Hicks, guardian, charged for board and tuition, credits with cash from Samuel Lemay, plus interest. Minerva Hicks also a ward.




Granville Co North Carolina Guardian Accounts, l83l-l84l, p 302 --- Aug. Court 1836.




Nancy Hicks in account with John Hicks, guardian, gives amount remaining from that received of Samuel Lemay after board and tuition paid.




Granville Co NC Guardian Accounts 183l-41, p 340 ---- Feb. Court 1837





Patsey Hicks, Catherine Hicks, Fletcher Hicks, Minerva Hicks, Polley Ann Hicks, and Nancy Hicks, my children in account with me, John Hicks, their guardian, Aug. Court 1834, balance due the wards after paying for guardian bond, cash received of Samuel Lemay, executor of John Lemay deceased in part of ward's legacy, and again received from Samuel Lemay
May Court 1835 and final amount balanced Jan. l, 1836 put to interest.




Granville County North Carolina Marriage Bonds





Samuel Cottrell to Catharine Hicks March 10, 1840. Bondsman: Thomas Rice.
Witness: J. M. Wiggins. She daughter of John Hicks

George W. Lumpkin to Martha C. Hicks Jan. 30, 1840.
Bondsman: Thomas D. Hays. Bond #3053.




1820 Census Granville Co North Carolina ---- p 3l.





John Hicks


Males



Females












under 10:


1



2





26-45:


1



1




1840 Census Granville Co North Carolina ---- p l40.





Name


Males



Females












10-15


0



1





15-20


0



2





50-60


1



1




John Lemay Bible Records





Births of two Hicks children but only the names are legible (Catherine and Martha C.)

John William De La Fletcher was born March 10, 1820.

Manervia Hicks was born Feb. 12, 1822.

Polley Ann Hicks was born Dec. 23, 1824.

Nancy Fullilove Hicks was born Aug. 4, 1826.

John Hicks was born May 20, l792 (Revolutionary Pension Application says May 20, 1790).




Revolutionary War Pension Application of Harris Hicks, wife Temperance








No W-4989.
Washington Co Virginia ---- July 26, 1853. Power of Attorney to John W. Stevens of Abingdon, VA from William Hicks, heir of Harris Hicks, a pensioner in the State of NC, in right of pension due the widow from March 4, 1836 to Sept. 29, 1848. Said pension in right of the widow of Harris Hicks, viz. "My mother Temperance Hicks who died on Sept. 29, 1848".


State of North Carolina, Orange Co, Superior Court of Law, Fall Term l832.
Before James Martin, one of the judges of the superior court of law and court of equity, appeared Solomon Whitlow, aged 70 years the 22 April 1832, a resident of Person Co NC, declared as follows: That at about the age of 3 years his parents removed from Hanover Co VA to Tabbs Creek, Granville Co NC. That his mother was the sister of Absolam Hicks who had married and settled in the neighborhood of' his father, within a mile or mile and half of him. That said Absolam Hicks died and left three sons, Bishop, Absolam and Harris Hicks.

Bishop Hicks was apprenticed to Thomas Norman, and Absolam and Harris Hicks were
bounds to Harry Melton to learn the "art and mystery? of a blacksmith. Before his apprenticeship was completed, the said Harris Hicks, contrary to the wish of his master, "Eloped" from him and enlisted as a soldier in the U.S. army under John Farrar in a 9 months tour of duty. This affiant has seen the affidavits of Benjamin Hester (0), Zachariah Hester, James Grisham Sr., Thomas Parham (Short) and Agnes Parham his wife, and fully concurs in the statements made by them. This affiant was a soldier with the said Harris Hicks in the tour of Charleston. (Mentioned death of Genl. Davidson, killed at the Catawba). Said Harris Hicks served as a substitute for Jeremiah Frazier Sr. and as pay received a mare and 2 cows and calves. He also served part of a tour as substitute for his uncle, David Hicks, the latter was in service and desired to return home to his family. Said Harris Hicks was without a wife and family, being a "young, active man". Said Harris Hicks returned home with a ?very sore leg", occasioned by the kick of a horse while on duty in this tour.
Later he joined the Light Horse, under Capt. John Henderson, Lt. John Dickerson, and Capt. Soloman Walker. Harris Hicks' old master, Harry Melton, told him (Harris Hicks) "if he had not run away from him and joined the army, he would not have had such a sore leg and be obliged to undergo the pain and misery of it --- and wished him to come and work with him in his shop ---telling him that if he would do so, he(?) sutton (?), would learn him a great deal in the Trade, which he had never learned him But Hicks declined". Harris Hicks' leg continued to bother him, and he got "old William Cocke to Doctor it for him and under his care it was entirely cured up--- But it very soon had like to have killed him and it broke out anew and then he felt some relief". Harris Hicks was also under the care of Mrs. Taylor, wife of Col. Joseph Taylor. James Satterfield and Thomas Morris of Person Co attest to the foregoing affidavit. An 1832 affidavit of Rankin McKee of Orange Co NC. Certified that he worked with Harris Hicks as a blacksmith, 12 or 14 years ago.


Sept. 10, 1838, Halifax Co North Carolina
Declaration of Mrs. Temperance Hicks, widow of Harris Hicks, aged 74 years,
re: his Rev. War service. That she married him on April l0, l784, and that he died in August l836. Signed by mark. She appeared before James J. Vaughan, a Justice of the Peace.
James J. Vaughan certified that the following page was cut from her family Bible containing ages of her children.

Absalom Hicks, the son of Harris and Temperance his wife, was born June 12, 1786.

Jane Hicks, daughter of Same, was born July lst, 1788.

John Hicks, son of Same, was born May 20th, 1790.

Elizabeth Hicks, daughter of Same, was born Sept. lst, 1794.

Willis Hicks, son of the Same, was born May 4th, 1797.

Polly Hicks, daughter of Same, was born Jan. 20, 1800

Robert Hicks, son of Same, was born 0ct. 17th, 1802.

William Hicks, son of Same, was born Aug. 29th, 1805.

Peyton Hicks, son of Same, was born March 7th, 1808.

Joseph John Hicks, son of Peyton and Eliza, was born Feb. 10th, 1832.

Elethe Caroline Hicks, daughter of the same, was born Jan. 9th, 1834.

Eliza Hicks, the wife of Peyton Hicks, was born June 16th, 1817

Temperance Hicks, the wife of Harris Hicks, was born Oct. 7th, 1765.


Granville Co North Carolina ---- Nov. 8, 1844.
Declaration of Willis Hicks, a resident of said County, aged 47 years, one of the children and heirs of Temperance Hicks, widow of Harris Hicks, who was a soldier in the North Carolina Militia in the War of the Revolution, and was placed on the North Carolina Pension Roll for Granville County under Act of l832. That said Pensioner was placed on the Pension Roll in May 1834 at $80 per annum. That Pensioner died April 6, l837, leaving a widow Temperance Hicks who died Sept. 29, 184l, leaving the following children surviving her, to wit: the declarant, Willis Hicks, John Hicks, William Hicks, Paiton Hicks, Robert Hicks, Jane Hicks and Mary who intermarried with Ransome Smith, all of lawful age.
"That the original Family Record is lost". Signed by name.

Washington Co Virginia ---- July 26, l853
Declaration of William Hicks, son of Harris Hicks (who received a yearly pension of $96 per year), that wife of Harris Hicks was Temperance Sears, married in l789 in Granville Co NC and they left issue: Absolom Hicks, Jane Hicks, Elizabeth Howell who is dead, Willis Hicks, Mary Hicks, Robert Hicks dead, William Hicks, Peyton Hicks, John Hicks dead.


Granville Co North Carolina ---- Sept. 4, 1838.
Affidavit of John Sears who stated that his sister Temperance Sears married Harris Hicks, Revolutionary War soldier, by Ambrose Barker at a place called Ellis in this county in l784.

pg 191-192 26 Oct 1774 Richd. GRESHAM of Louisa Co., VA. to James CURRIN of
Granville Co., North Carolina; 40 shillings; 100 a. in Louisa Co. on North East
Cr; part of a tract formerly granted to Thos. GRESHAM from a Patten by him
purchased.
Richd. GRESHAM Anne (X) GRESHAM
Wit. John SEARS, John (X) GRESHAM, Elizabeth (X) GRESHAM, Violete (X) SEARS.
11 Dec 1775 proved by oath of Jno. Sears 13 Oct 1777 proved by oath of Violete
SEARS.

Pg 194-195 13 Oct 1777 Jas. CURRIN (CURRAN) of State of Carolina, Granville Co.
to David LANORD of Louisa Co.; L12 paid to Jas CURRIN and Eliza CURRAN his wife;
100 a.., being the old plantation whereon Thos. GRESHAM Dec'd. lived, bounded on
ESTES and MCCARTY and Jane ROWE and Benja. GRESHAM.
James CURRIN Elizabeth (X) CURRIN
Wit; None.
13 Oct 1777 ack by James CURRIN and Elizabeth his wife.


1788 Granville Co Tax records Currins lived by John Sears and James Grisham

Will Bk. 5 p. 166 April 25, 1799
Will of Charles PARRISH will proved May 1801, wife Ellishaba, sons Lewis,
John, Pleasant, Caswell and daughters Mary GRISHAM (or GRISHEN), Eliazabeth
PARISH, Masse PARISH,
Witnesses are Dennis DRISCHELL; Barbara DRISKELL

Granville Co., NC
Bk. N 1790-93
p. 28 Barnett PULLIAM
p. 34 Barnett PULLIUM to Samuel CLAY
p. 35 B__? PARRISH to Richard GLASGOW
p. 54 John PARRISH and others to Thomas RICE
p. 81 Jonathan PARRISH to George FLOYD
p. 114 Sherwood PARRISH to Henry MELTON
p. 168 Charles PARRISH to Drury Kimball
p. 174 Charles PARRISH to Thomas KIRKS


John H. Wiggins b. 1789 d. 1837 married Susannah Hester

Thomas Wiggins Sr. b. 1730 Granville, D. 1799 Granville, NC
married his second wife Frances Gresham Nov. 5, 1796 Granville Co., NC

John Grisham and Polly Floyd married in Granville NC Jul 12, 1820 bm Davi Rice, wit. James M. Wiggins

John Grisham deed to Hundley Wiggins for land that was willed to him by Thomas Wiggins Decd. Deed date Jul 29, 1815.

Alexander Gresham and Frances Wiggins married in Granville Co., NC Oct 13, 1800, John Gresham bm and James Sneed Wit.


Granville County, Bastardry Bonds
---- MOTHER ------------- DATE ------ BONDSMAN ------------ BONDSMAN -------------BONDSMAN-----------


Frances Gresham Aug 1793 Frances Grisham Charles Parrish Thos Wiggins

(son John Grisham/Gresham was born 1793 and she married Thomas Wiggins in 1796)









 
 
1131 James GRISHAM, farmer, P. O. Walshville, was born in Dixon County, Tenn., January 14,
1811, son of Austin and Fanny (POWERS) GRISHAM, he born in Guilford County, N. C.,
March 10, 1771, and died in Montgomery County March 9, 1853; she born in Virginia
October 10, 1775, and died in Montgomery County May 10, 1851. James, the fourth child
of a family of five, finished his education in Montgomery County in 1829, and began
life as a farmer, which occupation he has ever since followed. He is one of the first
settlers of Montgomery County, having entered the land he now lives on in 1820. He
took part in the Black Hawk war, in 1832. In Montgomery County, January 8, 1830, he
married Martha R. GARRISON, born December 22, 1813, and died September 29, 1843. She
was a daughter of John GARRISON, who died in Tennessee. In Montgomery County, November
30, 1845, he married his second wife, Pamelia CANNON, born in Illinois in April, 1828,
daughter of William and Catharine (LOVINGS) CQANNON, he born in Kentucky, and died in
1880; she, also a native of Kentucky, is still living. Mr. GRISHAM has a family of
seventeen children ? John A., William S., Amanda C., Fanny M., Thomas K., Polly P.,
Melissa R., Martha R., Mary F., Margaret M., Alfred F., Elias E., Charles S., Henry R.,
Baby, Ulysses C. and Allen A. He is a member of the Missionary Baptist Church, and a
supporter of the Republican party. ?
 
 
1132 VARIOUS GRESHAM/GRISHAM/GRISSOM

Thomas Greasom Will January 1759 Fredericksville Parish, Louis Co., VA
wife Mary, sons Benjamin Greasome, John Gresham, Richard Gresham
Witnesses: Waddy Thompson, Benjamin Gresham, Richard Gresham, daughter Mary Sears and daughter Louisa

OLIVER Grisham/Grissom b. 1758 or 1759 Louisa VA res. 1775 Wilkes Co., NC land grant in Lincoln, TN Oliver Grissom and wife Diannah Harrison d. 1831 moved to Lauderdale, Alabama in 1805
Possible brothers of Oliver: Drury, James, Moses, William

AUSTIN Grissom b. 3/10/1771 Guuilford, NC died 1853 Montgomery Co., IL. married Powers in 1793. She was born in Rockingham VA. He had 2 brothers Thomas 1773 and William 1775 possible more left South Carolina in 1811.

JAMES Gresham (may be a brother of Oliver) b. 1759 d. 1837. married Jane Clark. James was born in Louisa Co., VA and moved to Granville, NC when he was 7 hears old.
Children:
Howel b. 1783
Benjamin b. 1785
Wheeler b. 1787
Nancy or Mary b. 1790
Elizabeth b. 1793 married Whittington?
Thomas b. 1795 married Mary Hester
Sally b. 1798
Peggy Satterwhite Grisham b. 1800

MARRIAGES GRANVILLE
 
 
1133 [On February 2, 1844, in Granville County North Carolina, Jane Grisham filed for a widow's pension
stating that she is the widow of James Grisham, a pensioner of the United States at the rate of $35.71
per annum; that she was married to James Grisham by Leonard Higgs in Granville County North
Carolina on August 1 1781; that her husband died April 26, 1837; and that she remains a widow.]
Family record
Howel Grisham Son of James Grisham was Born the 5 day of may 1782
Benjamin Grisham Son of James Grisham Was Born the 22 day of june 1785
2 FPA W5459
Wheeler...son...the 27 day august 1787
Nany [could be Mary] ..Daughter..1st day of january 1790
Elizabeth ...20 [?] april 1793
Thomas... may the 21 1795
Salley ...1 6 day of may 1798
Peggey Saterwhite Grisham daughter of James Grisham was Born the 14 day of October 1800
[On February 3, 1844, in Granville County, NC, Frances Henderson, 76, widow of the late Chief
Justice L. Henderson, gave an affidavit that she was born and raised in the same neighborhood with
James Grisham and his wife James Clarke, and knows that they were married and lived together as man
and wife.]
[On February 2, 1844 in Granville County, Benjamin Norwood, 84, gave an affidavit that he is a cousin
of James Clarke Grisham and knows that she married James Grisham in August of 1781; he also says
that he knows that James Gresham served three months under Captain William Glover and marched to
Wilmington because he, Benjamin Norwood, hired a substitute to go in his stead in this service.] 
 
1134 ELM GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY/OLIVER/WINFREE/HICKS/REID
I have been looking into the Hicks/Hix family through different families and came upon this cemetery. One of the memorials mention church members and Olivers and Reeds are listed. The Elm Grove Baptist Church is about a mile away. Wonder if this is the church were John Alexander saw his bride to be?
Also you will notice this Isaac Oakes was a neighbor to the Olivers in the 1870 Guilford Census (it is on our website). The Olivers are buried here. What brought me here is an Anna Eliza Hicks Winfrey that is buried here. I have looked into the Winfrey/Winfree before..they seem to have owned property very close to the Ogburns where the Middleton cemetery is located. Living with Anna Eliza Hicks Winfrey and her husband John Stewart Winfrey in the 1870 Guilford North Carolina Census in Sarah Hicks age 67 and is listed on the census as being "in Family". This would be approx the same age of Sally/Sarah Hicks that was married to Robert Hicks listed as the bondsman for James and Lucy. The Winfree/Winfrey's have a website and mentions Anna Eliza Hicks father as George Hicks, but finding the family it does not mention a Sarah Hicks as child nor a Robert Hicks. Can't find a link to show Sarah Hicks as how she would be part of the family of Anna Eliza Hicks and John Stewart Winfrey (1870 Guilford Census) if they have Anna Eliza Hicks with the correct family.

I have found the family of John Stewart Winfrey in the 1860 census next door to Isaac Lea
It is mentioned that this Anna Liza Hicks Winfrey as being b. 1826 in Stokes County
1880 Stokes County Census a Sarah Winfree age 48
1880 Lucy Winfree lives in Forsyth Belews Creek (same district where Lucy Middleton lived
1880 Rockingham Census a Sally Winfree lives with a Wm Calhoun
In 1830 there is a Howel Hicks in the Stokes Census that would have been born 1760-1770. Didn 't find a Howell Hicks listed in Granville until I saw mentioned in Granville marriage records mention of a Jenny Hicks marrying and her father was Howell Hicks, so that leads me to believe that a Howell Hicks lived in Granville at one time whether the same one who knows.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSsr=41&GScid=2223982&GRid=34662854&

Birth: Mar. 6, 1806
North Carolina, USA
Death: Nov. 19, 1893
North Carolina, USA

{Note: Ralieigh Ellison, Sr and Gladys Scarlette sent me several Oakes photos, and Uncle Wade Land took one of Wm Land when we visited this cemetery & think photos of all 3 of Isaac wives, hope to get these and lot more info added soon}
ISAAC H. OAKES, born March 06, 1806 in GUILFORD CO., NC; died November 19, 1893 in bur Elm Grove Cemetery. He was the son of ELLIOT OAKES and SARAH Ann KELLUM. He married Ann Tatum June 25, 1831 in Stokes Co., NC.
Ann Tatum born Abt. 1809 in Stokes Co. (or Forsyth Co.), NC; died Bef. 1874.
*Marr. Index Guilford Co. NC---Oakes, Isaac & Parish, Elisabeth Dec 25, 1828


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Guilford Co. Deeds Book 84 Page 580-581
Milly (TROXLER)Land Deed of Gift from Isaac Oakes - April 8th AD 1881(deed above this one dated April 25, 1891): I this day give and bequeath to my Grand Daughter Milly Land, a parcel of land lying on the waters of Haw River in the County of Guilford in the State of North Carolina near the Flat Rock.

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Church minutes Feb. 14th 1849 pp.4?,5:
(ISAAC OAKES was elected as deacon of Elm Grove Church)
Elm Grove Feb 14th 1849
This day after preaching. The church was called together by Elder Jno Robertson. It being the day set apart for the Presbytery of the Beulah afsociatio to meet & constitute this arm a regular church. There were not a (?groum) of the Presbytery present. Therefore the motion was made, recorded & adopted for the two members of the Presbytery present viz D.G.Taylor & Mr Robertson to proceed to constitute the church & for application to then be made to the next meeting of the Beulah afsociation for admifsion as a church into that Afsociation. The church was then Constituted as the Regular Mifsionary Baptist Church of Christ as Elm Grove.
Elected Isaac Oakes Deacon & (?Geo.) L. DeJarnatt? Clerk.
Selected the 3rd Lords day Saturday before the regular Church meeting day.
Names of Members
Male Female
Isaac Oakes Mariah OLIVER
Geo. L. DeJarnette Candace Harris
Al(?gerimon) Parrish Elizabeth Lanier
Hezekiah Parrish Sarah Reed
?Allen OLIVER Elizabeth Reed
John Parrish Martha Reed
6 Susannah Ledbetter
Mary Lanier
Jane Lanier
9
Total 15 members at time of constituting the Church
Feb 17 Church was called together by John Robertson & ?Thias Dodson
Elected Pastor(?s).

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Isaac donated the land for Elm Grove Methodist Church - Book 82 pp.92,93: Trustees Elm Grove Church Deed from Isaac Oakes
This deed made this 25th day of April 1890 by Isaac Oakes of Guilford County and State of North Carolina to George Oliver, W. B. DeBoe, and G. W. Gourley of the said County and State. Trustees of Elm Grove Church & their sucessors in office administers.
That said Isaac Oaks for the love and affection he hath for the Regular Baptist Chuch of Christ and the consideration of one dollar to him paid this day hath this day given bargained and sold unto George Oliver, Wm DeBoe and G.W. Gourley the __ and Trustees & their successors in office for the use of said church .............. Beginning at a spanish oak on t__ Pegrams line running South with said Pegrams line Of District school house line to Pegrams corner 45 1/2 poles. Thence West of South a degree line with said Pegrams line to a stone 5 poles. Thence with said Pegrams line South west to Pegrams corner on Oakes line to a white oak (2 or) 3 poles. Thence North with said Oakes line to a hickory tree 5 poles Pegrams line. Thence East with Pegrams line to a stone 10 poles. Thence North with Pegrams line to Pegrams corner 22 1/2 poles to a stone. thence West with said Pegrams line to a stone in Isaac Oakes field 21 poles. thence North 16 poles to a stone on Pegrams line. Thence East on said Pegrams line 24 poles to the beginning.
To have and to hold and to their successors in office for the use of said church. I do hereby bind myself my heirs executors and adminsto_s, against all other titles claims and demands whoever to said hand to said Trustees & their successors in office for the use of said church forever. where unto I set my hand and seal in the presence of - The day & date as above written.
Isaac X Oakes
his mark


Family links:
Spouse:
Sarah Ann Tatum Oakes (1809 - 1875)*

Children:
William F. Oakes (1830 - ____)*
John Oakes (1834 - 1857)*
Thomas L. Oakes (1851 - 1865)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
Elm Grove Baptist Church Cemetery
Guilford County
North Carolina, USA

Created by: P Wells
Record added: Mar 10, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34662854


HARDIN WINFREE MARRIED ALICE LINSTER FEB 22, 1842 GUILFORD CO, NC (COULD THIS BE ALSEY MIDDLETON (SISTER OF JAMES) POSSIBLY MARRIED A LINSTER/LISTER AND AFTER HIS DEATH REMARRIED?)

THOMAS WINFREY MARRIED TABITHA PARISH

JOHN STEWART WINFREY SON OF HARDIN AND CATHERINE WINFREY/WINFREE.
 
 
1135 http://www.angelfire.com/nv/LoriB/J.A.Lambethpage35.html
John Aurelius was :born June 20, 1824 in Guilford County, North Carolina.
John :died June 29, 1884 in North Carolina.
John Married Delitha Moore Pearson on December 20, 1844 she is the daughter of Jeremiah Pearson and the grand daughter of Sullivan Pearson.

This John Lambeth is of the Lambeth's that are connected to the Doggett family of the wife of George Leazure Brown brother of our Leazure Brown Middleton

Family of John and Delitha Moore Pearson Lambeth in the 1850 Guilford County Census.
24 206 206 Lambeth John 26 M Farmer 1,800 Guilford NC
25 206 206 Lambeth Delitha M. 30 F Guilford NC
26 206 206 Lambeth Lydia 3 F Guilford NC
27 206 206 Lambeth Jennetta 2 F Guilford NC
28 206 206 Lambeth I. G. 5/12 M Guilford NC
29 206 206 Gates Sarah 12 F

In an earlier email I mentioned Gates of Rockingham that lived by Olivers and where I also had seen a note that Jemima Barrow's maiden name was Gates. Have know idea if this is correct. Just thought this was interesting.

One of the reasons I go back to the Doggett/Brown connection of the Middletons is that some of the families that we find with the Olivers in Rockingham later Guilford and also the Dilworths/Moores of Rockingham are found living in the area of Guilford where the Lambeth/Doggett/Brown's lived This is the area of Guilford also where the Whittington's that married Grissoms lived. Just think it could be a possibility that James found Lucy while visiting with the George Leazure Brown and family the brother of his grandmother Leazure Middleton.

In the 1790 Guilford County County living next to George Leazure Brown is a William and then also a Thomas Whicker which we are fairly certain came from Granville. The area that I have pinpointed as where the Doggett/Browns lived in Brown's Summitt which you will find a nearby road named Doggett Road. It is east of Summerfield area about 20 miles.

They must of have common family or associations in this area with the families that we find with the Olivers and Dilworths in Rockingham due to the fact we find this Lambeth married to a Moore whose grandfather is also Sullivan Pearson who also is an ancestor in our Oliver/Williams line.

Ordered that a Commission issue to any two Justices of this County to take relinquishment of

dower of Catharine Gates wife of Josiah gates for the Land which he the said Gates sold John Oliver.

P. 465, 14 October 1778, Valuntine Allen of Guilford to Benjamin Gates of
same, two hundred pounds, 100 acres, on the S side of Dann R., begin at a
hicory Astom's line on the river bank, by Astom's line to a cor. black oak,
by Benjamin Gates own line to a white oak, by a line of marked trees to the
river bank to a cycamore [sic], down the river to tthe first station; signed:
Valentine Allen; witness: Richd. Vernon, George ( ) Oliver, Anthony Reeseen;
proved November 1778 Term by Vernon.

Also in the Rockingham County Census 1800 Philip Gates is listed next to Abraham Oliver.

 
 
1136 NOTES...................................................

JAMES OLIVER served under CAPT ISAIAH GATES

Deed in Guilford Co., NC 1785 between Zachariah Stanley and Josiah Gates, witnesses JACOB WHITWORTH, PHILLIP GATES, JEMEMIAH GATES, ALEXANDER MCCLAREN ( Josiah Gates was married to Catharine McClaren)

1809 Alexander MCCLAREN sold to THOMAS HENDERSON land in Rockingham Co., NC Deed 192-S

Deed in Rockingham County, NC between Zachariah Stanley and Oliver.

Deed Rockingham Co, NC 117-A ZACHARIAH STANLEY/LOUISA CO., VA, appoint trusty friend SAMUEL HENDERSON mentions ISAAC WHITWORTH

AGNES PEGRAM b. Warren Co., NC married George GATES in 1820

JOHN LAMBETH married DELITHA MOORE PEARSON, granddaughter of SULLIVAN PEARSON. Living with them in the 1850 Guilford census is SARAH GATES age 12.

 
 
1137 RESEARCH NOTES



The land of Frederick and Frances Dean was located at the head waters of the Deep River. This would be present-day Colfax, Kernersville, Oak Ridge and Walkertown area, I include the latter two locations, as great grandchildren (Thomas Crews Dean) lived in the area of Walkertown and his son in Oak Ridge (Belews Creek).
The Whickers related to Frederick and Frances Dean, through marriage of their daughter, Mary, to James Whicker, lived in Granville Co. before relocating to the Guilford area some time during or after the American Revolution. I believe the same applies for a Crews line (excuse the expression).
Judith (in Maine): Note the name of the bondsman in the marriage James Middleton to Lucy Grissom. Judy Bradburn's Dean family includes marriage into a Hicks family.

Judy (in Indiana): Note the above note (and the marriage to which I refer within the following text).
In short, without knowing more, if Lucy Grissom was born in Granville Co., I suspect her family is somehow associated with the other families that came from said county and that moved into the Guilford/Stokes area, with that section of Stokes in which they lived evolving later into Forsyth.




A document (I've included this to be sure I have the right person; just did a quick look at Ancestry -- you're right, the Grissoms do seem to be elusive -- backward from her):
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
about Lucy Grissom
Groom: James Middleton
Bride: Lucy Grissom
Bond date: 25 Jul 1829
Bond #: 000057954
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 003163
County: Guilford
Record #: 02 303
Bondsman: Robert Hicks
Witness: A E Hanner


Comments: I am a descendant of the Dean family -- included as a part of your Middleton Family Tree. My ancestor was Isaac Dean, youngest child and son of Frederich and Frances "unknown" Dean -- who settled in North Carolina and begin appearing of record there about 1770. I have been reading Bobby Lykins' "Notes" regarding this family (I know him through family genealogy efforts -- not in person unfortunately). Anyway, in one of the Indentures noted, "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" -- this Nicholas Dean does not appear in any other records about "my" Dean family and I was wondering if you could provide me with more information about him -- parentage, etc.




Past experience tells me that the bondsman is usually someone know to the family (either side).
Summerfield is more directly above Greensboro (north), en route to Rockingham County.


Thanks for sharing your information. It is nice that you have knowledge of the area that we are referring to and know the locations. You mention Oak Ridge...this is the area along with Summerfield that our Middletons lived for the most part. It was after the death of James Middleton, husband of Lucy Grissom, that we find her in Forsyth Co., and also the first time that we find a reference to the Middleton's being in Forsyth. This is the primary reason that we decided this was probably where her family resided.
You mention the name Hicks/Hix that is listed as a bondsman for James and Lucy. We feel that this is possibly a brother in-law of Lucy's. The Hicks/Hix family can be found in Granville along with the Grissom/Grisham/Gresham's and the other families.



The land of Frederick and Frances Dean was located at the head waters of the Deep River. This would be present-day Colfax, Kernersville, Oak Ridge and Walkertown area, I include the latter two locations, as great grandchildren (Thomas Crews Dean) lived in the area of Walkertown and his son in Oak Ridge (Belews Creek).
The Whickers related to Frederick and Frances Dean, through marriage of their daughter, Mary, to James Whicker, lived in Granville Co. before relocating to the Guilford area some time during or after the American Revolution. I believe the same applies for a Crews line (excuse the expression).
Judith (in Maine): Note the name of the bondsman in the marriage James Middleton to Lucy Grissom. Judy Bradburn's Dean family includes marriage into a Hicks family.

Judy (in Indiana): Note the above note (and the marriage to which I refer within the following text).
In short, without knowing more, if Lucy Grissom was born in Granville Co., I suspect her family is somehow associated with the other families that came from said county and that moved into the Guilford/Stokes area, with that section of Stokes in which they lived evolving later into Forsyth.






we do not have a document as proof of the IsaacLee/Elizabeth Middleton marriage but we have followed these families closely and it leaves know doubt as far as I am concerned that this union took place. A note of interest: The Self family that James Middleton Lee married into was also a family that intermarried into the Middleton family when they resided in Westmoreland/Northumberland Co., Virginia.


1) James Whicker + Mary Dean:
2) Eli Whicker, their son, who married Elizabeth Phillips, had son:
3) David Whicker + Martha Caroline Lee, daughter of James Middleton Lee and Rebecca Livingston Self
4) James Middleton Lee -- in the trees and other docs that appeared -- is the son of
5) Isaac Lee (1784-1850) and Elizabeth Middleton (1789-1840)


I do not have your Gresham/Grisham/Grissom family in my tree, but Mary Dean who married James Whicker -- the daughter of our immigrant couple, Frederich and Frances (unknown) Dean (F&F) is -- I haven't added their children

After I sent this I was searching for more information and on the 1850 Granville census there is a Lucy Grisham living under Elizabeth Hester (she was living with family) so this eliminates the chance that it could be our Lucy. It could be of the same family though. More than likely this Lucy Grissom is the daughter of Elizabeth Hester, so she would be a Lucy Hester that married a Grissom....... It is interesting how the name Parrish pops up....I think you are right that the Parrish family was mixed into our early Grishams.





Sorry it has taken me so long to respond. The Dean information that I have posted is information that I have been using trying to find the family of our gg-grandmother Lucy Grissom Middleton. I am not sure if the Dean family is related in any way but thought there was a possibility.
Lucy Grissom Middleton after the death of her husband James Middleton in Guilford County moved between 1850 and 1860 to Forsyth County and is found living next to
Thomas Crews Dean who married Lucretia Vance. Most often when a moved occured it took place around family. Lucy was listed as being born in Granville County, North Carolina and through searching have noticed where families associated with the Deans also had ties to Granville.
You mention the Hester and Whicker names and I have noticed the association of these names also with the Dean's. Also you mention Belews Creek and this is the area of Forsyth County (was Stokes County until 1849) where Lucy Grissom Middleton moved to and was neighbors to Thomas Crews Dean.
Do you know what part of North Carolina your ancestor Frederick and Frances Dean lived?
I will keep in mind your Dean's as I search.


Comments: I am a descendant of the Dean family -- included as a part of your Middleton Family Tree. My ancestor was Isaac Dean, youngest child and son of Frederich and Frances "unknown" Dean -- who settled in North Carolina and begin appearing of record there about 1770. I have been reading Bobby Lykins' "Notes" regarding this family (I know him through family genealogy efforts -- not in person unfortunately). Anyway, in one of the Indentures noted, "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" -- this Nicholas Dean does not appear in any other records about "my" Dean family and I was wondering if you could provide me with more information about him -- parentage, etc.


I believe that you are on to something with the Oliver/Gates connection. Have you seen the mention of the following on the Granville Henderson website. This James Oliver, son of George Oliver and Jemima Reagan was married to Susanna Lemons. I always thought it was interesting that Harriet's granddaughter first name was Lemon or Lemonds Middleton.
25 May 1795: William (x) Goff and T. Henderson witnessed a deed from Phillip Gates to James Oliver on Upper Hogan's Creek, a branch of the Dan River.[50]


http://www.angelfire.com/nv/LoriB/J.A.Lambethpage35.html
John Aurelius was :born June 20, 1824 in Guilford County, North Carolina.
John :died June 29, 1884 in North Carolina.
John Married Delitha Moore Pearson on December 20, 1844 she is the daughter of Jeremiah Pearson and the grand daughter of Sullivan Pearson.
This John Lambeth is of the Lambeth's that are connected to the Doggett family of the wife of George Leazure Brown brother of our Leazure Brown Middleton
Family of John and Delitha Moore Pearson Lambeth in the 1850 Guilford County Census.
24 206 206 Lambeth John 26 M Farmer 1,800 Guilford NC
25 206 206 Lambeth Delitha M. 30 F Guilford NC
26 206 206 Lambeth Lydia 3 F Guilford NC
27 206 206 Lambeth Jennetta 2 F Guilford NC
28 206 206 Lambeth I. G. 5/12 M Guilford NC
29 206 206 Gates Sarah 12 F
In an earlier email I mentioned Gates of Rockingham that lived by Olivers and where I also had seen a note that Jemima Barrow's maiden name was Gates. Have know idea if this is correct. Just thought this was interesting.
One of the reasons I go back to the Doggett/Brown connection of the Middletons is that some of the families that we find with the Olivers in Rockingham later Guilford and also the Dilworths/Moores of Rockingham are found living in the area of Guilford where the Lambeth/Doggett/Brown's lived This is the area of Guilford also where the Whittington's that married Grissoms lived. Just think it could be a possibility that James found Lucy while visiting with the George Leazure Brown and family the brother of his grandmother Leazure Middleton.
In the 1790 Guilford County County living next to George Leazure Brown is a William and then also a Thomas Whicker which we are fairly certain came from Granville. The area that I have pinpointed as where the Doggett/Browns lived in Brown's Summitt which you will find a nearby road named Doggett Road. It is east of Summerfield area about 20 miles.
They must of have common family or associations in this area with the families that we find with the Olivers and Dilworths in Rockingham due to the fact we find this Lambeth married to a Moore whose grandfather is also Sullivan Pearson who also is an ancestor in our Oliver/Williams line.


http://www.angelfire.com/nv/LoriB/J.A.Lambethpage35.html
John Aurelius was :born June 20, 1824 in Guilford County, North Carolina.
John :died June 29, 1884 in North Carolina.
John Married Delitha Moore Pearson on December 20, 1844 she is the daughter of Jeremiah Pearson and the grand daughter of Sullivan Pearson.
This John Lambeth is of the Lambeth's that are connected to the Doggett family of the wife of George Leazure Brown brother of our Leazure Brown Middleton
Family of John and Delitha Moore Pearson Lambeth in the 1850 Guilford County Census.
24 206 206 Lambeth John 26 M Farmer 1,800 Guilford NC
25 206 206 Lambeth Delitha M. 30 F Guilford NC
26 206 206 Lambeth Lydia 3 F Guilford NC
27 206 206 Lambeth Jennetta 2 F Guilford NC
28 206 206 Lambeth I. G. 5/12 M Guilford NC
29 206 206 Gates Sarah 12 F
In an earlier email I mentioned Gates of Rockingham that lived by Olivers and where I also had seen a note that Jemima Barrow's maiden name was Gates. Have know idea if this is correct. Just thought this was interesting.
One of the reasons I go back to the Doggett/Brown connection of the Middletons is that some of the families that we find with the Olivers in Rockingham later Guilford and also the Dilworths/Moores of Rockingham are found living in the area of Guilford where the Lambeth/Doggett/Brown's lived This is the area of Guilford also where the Whittington's that married Grissoms lived. Just think it could be a possibility that James found Lucy while visiting with the George Leazure Brown and family the brother of his grandmother Leazure Middleton.
In the 1790 Guilford County County living next to George Leazure Brown is a William and then also a Thomas Whicker which we are fairly certain came from Granville. The area that I have pinpointed as where the Doggett/Browns lived in Brown's Summitt which you will find a nearby road named Doggett Road. It is east of Summerfield area about 20 miles.
They must of have common family or associations in this area with the families that we find with the Olivers and Dilworths in Rockingham due to the fact we find this Lambeth married to a Moore whose grandfather is also Sullivan Pearson who also is an ancestor in our Oliver/Williams line.

Remember this about the Dilworth Family and the Whittington'a that married Grissoms.
Whittington Family found on ancestry Guilford County Scottish Irish
http://search.ancestry.com/browse/bookview.aspx?dbid=10445&iid=dvm_LocHist000088-00109-1&rc=1697,600,2096,652;639,1371,1015,1426;636,1494,1013,1553;424,1627,697,1698;696,1625,1073,1679;645,2006,1002,2062;904,2193,1284,2250;1087,2323,1472,2377;540,3141,920,3197;478,3273,857,3376;938,3529,1324,3584&pid=155&ssrc=&fn=lavinia&ln=whittington&st=g


I'm glad that you reminded me about George Leasure Brown marrying a Doggett. I remember that he moved to Guilford before our Middletons.



In regards to the Albert Whittington mentioned in the Whittington family tree that is the son of Nehemiah. Albert married in 1856 Julia Ann Lewis and they had two children Lucetta Whittington born abt. 1858 and Albert b. abt 1860. Albert (the father) died in 1860 and in 1861 Julia Ann Lewis Whittington married William Dilworth. You will find William and Julia listed in the 1870 Monroe Township, Monticello P. O. Guilford County census. Also interesting is that Monticello is listed as being on Doggett Rd., so they are living close to the Doggetts. In the 1860 Guilford County census Thomas Whittington (that married Anna Grissom), brother of Nememiah, was living by the Lambeth family that married into the Doggett family. Leasure Brown Middleton's brother George Leasure Brown married a Doggett and this is their descendents.
This was the second marriage for both. William Dilworth was first married to Mary Gant in 1854, Guilford , she is the daughter of William Gant and Sally Wyrick. I have ran across the Wyrick name some.
I have not been able to find out how this William is related to Harvey Dilworth, the father of the children living with Lucy but I have know doubt that they are related.




The email exchange below talks about the Pegram family. In doing some research on the Robert P. Hutchins family today, I stumbled across another Pegram connection. Robert's father was Smith Hutchins. His mother was Mary Elizabeth Knott. Mary Elizabeth Knott was the granddaughter of Justin Knott and a first cousin of Elizabeth Knott (also a granddaughter of Justin Knott), who married George Pegram.

By the way, Elizabeth Knott's mother was Elizabeth Madieras, mentioned in your email.




Thanks. This is great and it helps so much to write it down. I think that's why we finally started the website because we might go several months not researching with family and work and then try to pick up the pace and try to remember. I will forward to Kathie if you don't mind.


This is another discussion of the Moses Barrow family. Our John Alexander Middleton married Mary Oliver who had first married a Daniel Pegram (died in Civil War) who was kin to the Pegarm family that Nancy Burrow married. I just noticed the name Bell in this e-mail and remembered your e-mail that mentions a Bell family. I wonder is this is the same family?



Yes there was a Moses Barrow Jr. and this is the same family.
When I see the Medearis name it is one that I looked at today.

http://www.mindspring.com/~kellcin/massey.htm
Notice the name Sarah Hicks Bell. A Robert Bell was listed on one of the deeds between Sihon Tatum and Barrow.
Then you will see a Anna Hicks living with a Martha Walker in the 1850 Forsyth Co census
next to the Jemima Barrow (where Lucy looks to be living in 1860) I keep noticing the Hicks name due to the Hicks family in Granville.
have a lot of information about Robert Bell and his son Francis (my gggg grandfather)
Robert Bell was Capt. in the Revolution. He raised nineteen children. Chi 1 thru 5 were from Catherine Walker, who d 1772/3 and was dau of John Walker.
Capt. Robert Bell, b 1731/32 Ulster, Ireland, d Feb 1816 of smallpox Davidson Co, TN, m 1st ca 1763 Catherine Walker, d 1770, m 2nd 1-1-1775 Mary Boyd, b 1754, dau of John & Rebecca Boyd. Rebecca Boyd sold land on Belews Cr. to Robert Bell 2-22-1784 in Guilford Co, NC. Ref: book A-1, page 306. This 320 acres had been sold 4-14-1767 to Rebecca, widow of John. Land was near Bledsoe's Lick.

Robert had a land grant from Earl of Granville for 360 acres on Haw Rv in Guilford Co, NC in 1762. He sold this to his bro, Samuel, 1770. His father-in-law, John Walker, a wit, also his bro, Francis Bell. Robert was in said Co # 691, with 3 males under 10, he 27-45, 1 female 27-45, another female over 45, 1 slave. Neighbors were Jehu Cox and James Johnson.
A native of Caswell County, N.C., Robert Bell had moved to Guilford County prior to the Revolution and settled "about nine miles" from Guilford Courthouse. He had married Catherine Walker, probably in the eary 1760's, and had become the father of six children before his wife died early in the 1770's. He later married Mary Boyd and sired thirteen more children. Following the Revolution, he and his brother Samuel joined the throng of emigrants who moved into central Tennessee. Robert's first home in Tennessee is said to have been north of the Cumberland River.
Captain Bell was given a North Carolina land grant for 2568 acres in Tennessee. It is believed that he died there in 1816. (NOTE: HE DIED IN DAVIDSON COUNTY, February 1816, OF SMALLPOX) They are mentioned in the Buffalo Pres. Church records. Robert received 2,560 acres for his service. Goodspeed's History of TN, pp 1080-81.
He had come to Sumner Co, TN for a short time, before settling in Davidson Co. There was a Robert
Bell on Drake's Cr in 1794.




There is a Nancy Barrow that married into the Pegram family that states she is the daughter of a Moses Burrow and Sallie Warren. I thought of the Pegram because in reading the information from find a grave had a name Medaris or something like that whose family had married into the Pegram family too. Would this Moses Barrow be a son to the Moses Barrow that you mentioned earlier with Jemima?


137. Allen Walker Pegram (John-3, Edward-2, Daniel-1) was born on 13 Jan 1823 in Guilford Co., North Carolina. He died on 13 Jul 1911 in Guilford Co., North Carolina. Allen Walker Pegram attended old Trinity College and became a teacher. During the Civil War he served in the Home Guard - Commissary Dept. When he married Nancy Barrow, the ceremony was preformed by the Rev. Thomas H. Pegram.
The 1900 Census shows the couple have been married for 45 years. They have had 4 children, all living.
Allen Walker Pegram and Nancy Barrow were married on 4 Sep 1855. Nancy Barrow (daughter of Moses Barrow and Sallie Warren) was born on 26 Dec 1834 in North Carolina. She died on 1 Jan 1934. In 1920 she was living with her daughter, Mary Elizabeth Pegram and her husband, Francia Marion Pegram. Allen Walker Pegram and Nancy Barrow had the following children:

+615 i. Julius Martin Pegram, born on 18 Jul 1856, Guilford Co., North Carolina; married Annie Cummings, on 20 Aug 1884, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died on 19 May 1939, Greensboro, Guilford Co., North Carolina.
616 ii. Henry Wilson Pegram was born on 6 Jan 1857 in Guilford Co., North Carolina. He died on 20 Dec 1917. He never married.
+617 iii. Mary Elizabeth Pegram, born on 25 Mar 1860, Guilford Co., North Carolina; married Francis Marion Pegram, on 1 Jun 1886, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died on 16 May 1955, Guilford Co., North Carolina.
+618 iv. Charles Virgil Pegram, born on 2 Oct 1868; married Sallie Lucy Ogburn, on 18 Feb 1897; died on 23 Aug 1960.




As we look at this Jemima Grissom I think if she is not the mother of Lucy she may be the grandmother. Looking at the age she would be 40 or so when she had Lucy so she is actually old enough to be the grandmother also.


The Hicks (or Hix) connection also strikes a cord. The Middletons are linked to the Hix families in another way. Luhanna Middleton's son, James Robert Hutchins, married Virginia "Jenny" Love. Her grandfather was Lewis Hix Peeples Love. I believe his mother was Tobitha Peeples, whose parents were Lewis Peeples and Jane Hix. (Tobitha, known to the family as "the widow Vaughan, was almost as hard to track down as Lucy.


Stumbled across this today.
There is a Jemima Grisham in the 1820 Stokes County Census
Female above the age of 45
One male under the age of 10
One female under the age of 10
Two females of sixteen and under the age of twenty six
Decided to go and use the census of 1860 Forsyth County and look again where Lucy was living and her neighbors.
Decided to look again at her neighbor Thomas Crews Dean who married Lucretia Vance.
Found a note for a Thomas Crews will dated 14 May 1830, proved 1841. Stokes Co.
This Thomas Crews married a Mary Talley and they were from Granville. Grandparents of Thomas Crews Dean living by Lucy.
Witnesses: George Linville and Jemima Linville.
When I saw the name Jemima decided to search this and came upon information on Moses Barrow Sr. who married a Jemima.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=41809377
This information shows that his widow is living with son Phillip Barrow in 1850 Forsyth County Census. Looking at the 1850 census Forsyth County and you find Jemima living with son and the house above is occupied by John Clayton the very same family that lives above Lucy in the 1860 census. Now is that strange or what. Did Lucy move back after the death of James to this home where Jemima lived?
Come to find out these Barrows owned property in Guilford County on the Haw River and on the Guilford/Forsyth County line. (Forsyth County was made out of part of Stokes Co. in 1849). Also they had bought/sold land with Sion Tatum and the Peebles.
In the 1830 Stokes County census this Jemima Grisham is listed as Jeremiah but it is Jemima because there is not an adult male in the household.
One male under 5
One female under 5
One female 25-30 (one female had left the houshold) Lucy married in 1829
One female 70-80
Listed on the same page as John Clayton
She is not listed in the 1840 census.
Did this Jemima Grisham marry Moses Barrow Sr, after 1830 and the death of his wife, the mother of his children. I wonder if it was assumed that this was his only marriage and this Jemima was the mother of his children because she was named as his wife in his will?



Hix in Guilford County

Robert Hickes security for the marriage of James and Lucy. Are the Hix?s below of the same Hicks/Hix family. Sally Hix looks as if she could be the mother and she is born in Granville. The others may be siblings and they are born in Guilford. My thoughts are that they are living in different households as domestic help.
Is this Sally Hix the Sarah Grisham that married Robert Hicks 1821 in Granville County. Possibly Lucy?s sister.



James Middleton Lucy Grissom 25 Jul 1829 Robert Hickes A. E. Hanner

Grisham, Sarah Hicks, Robert 03 Dec 1821

Granville County Marriages
1850 Census Information
(Contributed by Bob Hix)
NAME COUNTY PAGE TOWNSHIP SOURCE
HIX, CATHARINE Guilford County 397 Northern Division NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, CHARLES Wilkes County 337 No Township Listed NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, CORNELIUS Randolph County 160 Ashborough So. Divis NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, ELIZABETH Guilford County 404 Northern Division NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, ELIZABETH Watauga County 120 Watauga NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, HENCHER Randolph County 147 Ashborough So. Divis NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, HENRY Wilkes County 348 No Township Listed NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, JOHN Wilkes County 335 No Township Listed NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, LAVINA Randolph County 148 Ashborough So. Divis NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, LITTLETON Caswell County 225 Yanceyville NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, MARY Henderson County 238 No Township Listed NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, MARY J. Ashe County 275 No Township Listed NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, MATHEW Cleveland County 220 No Township Listed NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, NANCY Wilkes County 348 No Township Listed NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, REBECCA Randolph County 160 Ashborough So. Divis NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, RHODA Montgomery County 120 No Township Listed NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, RICHARD L. Davidson County 354 Southern Division NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, SALLY Guilford County 401 Northern Division NC 1850 Federal Census Index
HIX, WILLIAM Guilford County 395 Northern Division NC 1850 Federal Census Index


CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE: North Carolina COUNTY: Guilford DIVISION: Northern REEL NO: M432-632 SHEET NO: 398A
REFERENCE: Enumerated on 8th August, 1850 by Arch. Wilson; PAGE NO: 792
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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1 343 343 Lloyd Joseph 37 M Farmer Granville NC
2 343 343 Lloyd Tilly 36 F Guilford NC
3 343 343 Purkins Lucinda 15 F Guilford NC X
4 343 343 Purkins Elizabeth 14 F Guilford NC X
5 343 343 Lloyd John 13 M Granville NC X
6 343 343 Purkins Patrick 12 M Guilford NC X
7 343 343 Purkins Caroline 6 F Guilford NC X
8 344 344 Clark Ruth 73 F Farmer 1,000 Richmond NC
9 344 344 Clark Kellitha 29 M Farmer Guilford NC
10 344 344 Mustin Ann 20 F Guilford NC
11 344 344 Watkins Henry 25 M M Guilford NC X
12 345 345 Watkins Wilkuna 46 M M Farmer Caswell NC X
13 345 345 Watkins Sally T. 44 F M Halifax NC X
14 345 345 Watkins A*er 19 M M Farmer Guilford NC
15 345 345 Watkins Jane 18 F M Guilford NC
16 345 345 Watkins Isaa* 14 M M Guilford NC
17 345 345 Watkins Washington 10 M M Guilford NC
18 345 345 Watkins Pollyan 9 F M Guilford NC
19 345 345 Watkins Eadus 6 F M Guilford NC
20 345 345 Watkins Lucy 6 F M Guilford NC
21 345 345 Watkins John 3 M M Guilford NC
22 346 346 Carter Mary 39 F Virginia
23 346 346 Murstiate Joel 18 M M Surry NC
24 346 346 Carter James 14 M M Stokes NC
25 346 346 Carter Baitus 10 M M Rockingham NC
26 346 346 Carter Nancy M. 6 F M Rockingham NC
27 347 347 Haskins Joseph 35 M Farmer 1,500 Guilford NC
28 347 347 Haskins Mary 36 F Orange NC
29 347 347 Haskins William 10 M Guilford NC X
30 347 347 Haskins Joshua 9 M Guilford NC X
31 347 347 Haskins Sarah E. 5 F Guilford NC X
32 347 347 Haskins Jesse F. 1 M Guilford NC
33 347 347 Johnson Rebecca 76 F Guilford NC
34 347 347 Hix Catharine 19 F Guilford NC
35 348 348 Newman John 31 M Farming Warren NC
36 348 348 Newman Sarah 24 F Guilford NC
37 348 348 Newman William R. 2 M Guilford NC
38 349 349 Calhoun Moses 44 M Farmer Guilford NC
39 349 349 Calhoun Sally 48 F Guilford NC
40 349 349 Calhoun Jonathan 23 M Farming Guilford NC X
41 349 349 Calhoun Mary 21 F Guilford NC X
42 349 349 Calhoun Julia 20 F Guilford NC


CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE: North Carolina COUNTY: Guilford DIVISION: Northern REEL NO: M432-632 SHEET NO: 401B
REFERENCE: Enumerated on 14th August, 1850 by Arch. Wilson; PAGE NO: 799
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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1 397 397 Smith Jackson 21 M Farming Rockingham NC X
2 397 397 Smith Ann E. 20 F Guilford NC
3 397 397 Smith Elizabeth 1 F Guilford NC
4 398 398 Newell Richd. 23 M Hireling Person NC X
5 398 398 Newell Elizabeth 20 F Guilford NC
6 398 398 Newell Mellissa J. 1 F Guilford NC
7 399 399 Goaby John 30 M Farmer 275 Henry Va X
8 399 399 Goaby Sarah A. 19 F Guilford NC X
9 399 399 Goaby Robt. 4 M Guilford NC
10 399 399 Newell Thomas 22 M Hireling Halifax Va
11 400 400 Smith James 25 M Farmer Rockingham NC X
12 400 400 Smith Mary J. 23 F Guilford NC
13 400 400 Hix Sally 48 F Granville NC
14 400 400 Smith Robt. H. 4 M Guilford NC
15 400 400 Smith George W. 1 M Guilford NC
16 401 401 Saunders Hezekiah 75 M Farmer 1,500 Guilford NC
17 401 401 Saunders Abigal 30 F Guilford NC
18 401 401 Saunders Rebecca 11 F Guilford NC X
19 401 401 Sawyer Maryan 18 F M Virginia
20 402 402 Dejarnett George 31 M Dr. 400 Cumberland Va X
21 402 402 Dejarnett Lucy E. 17 F Virginia X
22 402 402 Dejarnett Elizabeth W. 18 F Rockingham NC
23 403 403 Massey Rufus 32 M Farmer 2,000 Rockingham NC
24 403 403 Massey James 20 M Hireling Rockingham NC
25 404 404 Harris Charles B. 73 M Blacksmith 600 Southhampton Va
26 405 405 Nelson Thomas 36 M Hireling Guilford NC
27 405 405 Nelson Elizabeth 24 F Guilford NC
28 405 405 Nelson William 11 M Guilford NC X
29 405 405 Nelson Julia 10 F Guilford NC
30 405 405 Nelson Morandy 6 M Guilford NC X
REMARKS: Idiot
31 406 406 Reid James 55 M Farmer Warren NC X
32 406 406 Reid Sarah 36 F Guilford NC
33 406 406 Reid Louisa 34 F Guilford NC
34 406 406 Reid Irena 32 F Guilford NC
35 406 406 Reid Martha 28 F Guilford NC
36 407 407 Case Ezekial 55 M Farmer 250 Guilford NC
37 407 407 Case Charlotte 50 F Guilford NC
38 407 407 Case Rachel 20 F Guilford NC
39 407 407 Case William 15 M Guilford NC X
40 408 408 Harp Hiram 36 M Farming Stokes NC
41 408 408 Harp Sarah 41 F Guilford NC X
42 408 408 Cruchfill Chanta 18 F Guilford NC


CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE: North Carolina COUNTY: Guilford DIVISION: Northern REEL NO: M432-632 SHEET NO: 405A
REFERENCE: Enumerated on 16th August, 1850 by Arch. Wilson; PAGE NO: 806
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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1 458 458 Haze Jane 7 F M Guilford NC
2 459 459 Gardner Alfred 23 M Farmer 100 Guilford NC X
3 459 459 Gardner Mary 24 F Guilford NC X
4 460 460 Capps Whilfield 22 M Farmer Rockingham NC
5 460 460 Capps Tempey 21 F Rockingham NC
6 460 460 Capps Martha 13 F Rockingham NC X
7 460 460 Cooly William 29 M M Cooper Granville NC X
8 460 460 Cooly Matilda 28 F M Guilford NC X
9 460 460 Cooly Albert 5 M M Guilford NC
10 460 460 Cooly Amanda 4 F M Guilford NC
11 460 460 Cooly Jane 2 F M Guilford NC
12 460 460 Taborm Henry 60 M M Granville NC
13 461 461 Watkins Hezekiah 21 M M Hireling Guilford NC X X
14 461 461 Watkins Maryan 18 F M Guilford NC
15 462 462 Valentine Don 40 M M Guilford NC X
16 462 462 Valentine Elizabeth 32 F M Rockingham NC
17 462 462 Valentine Milton 13 M M Stokes NC
18 462 462 Valentine Sarah C. 11 F M Stokes NC
19 462 462 Valentine Emily A. 9 F M Stokes NC
20 462 462 Valentine Hiram G. 6 M M Stokes NC
21 462 462 Valentine Mary 4 F M Stokes NC
22 462 462 Valentine Letha A. 2 F M Stokes NC
23 463 463 Graham Bedford 62 M Farmer 400 Caswell NC X
24 463 463 Graham Elizabeth 60 F Rockingham NC
25 463 463 Graham Cassey 33 F Rockingham NC
26 463 463 Graham Elizabeth 21 F Rockingham NC
27 463 463 Mathews Thomas 21 M Hireling Rockingham NC X
28 463 463 Hix Elizabeth 18 F Hireling Guilford NC
29 464 464 Benbow Jesse 35 M Farmer 2,200 Guilford NC
30 464 464 Benbow Ann 34 F Guilford NC
31 464 464 Benbow Priscilla * 10 F Guilford NC X
32 464 464 Benbow Charles R. 7 M Guilford NC X
33 464 464 Benbow Mary 5 F Guilford NC X
34 464 464 Benbow William P. 3 M Guilford NC
35 464 464 Briggs John 21 M Hireling Stokes NC
36 464 464 Briggs George 18 M Hireling Stokes NC
37 464 464 Watkins Harper 12 M M Hireling Stokes NC
38 465 465 Maybe Noah 39 M Hireling Stokes NC X
39 465 465 Maybe Elizabeth 30 F Henry Va X
40 465 465 Maybe Priscilla 12 F Guilford NC X
41 465 465 Maybe William H. 8 M Guilford NC X
42 466 466 Moore Anslun 41 M Blacksmith 50 Tennesse




CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE: North Carolina COUNTY: Guilford DIVISION: Northern REEL NO: M432-632 SHEET NO: 395B
REFERENCE: Enumerated on 7th August, 1850 by Arch. Wilson; PAGE NO: 787
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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1 305 305 Jeffreys Dianna 22 F M Guilford NC X
2 305 305 Jeffreys Caroline 1 F M Guilford NC
3 305 305 Taylor Lewis 21 M M Guilford NC
4 306 306 Clark William A. 49 M Farming Granville NC X
5 306 306 Clark Mary R. 51 F Brunswick Va
6 306 306 Clark Susan 21 F Virginia X
7 306 306 Clark Mary 16 F Ohio
8 306 306 Clark Joseph 13 M Ohio X
9 306 306 Clark John 11 M Ohio
10 306 306 Clark Charles 9 M Brunswick Va
11 306 306 Clark Nancy I. 7 F Brunswick Va
12 306 306 Clark Sarah I. 2 F Guilford NC
13 307 307 Knott Wiley 36 M Farmer 200 Guilford NC
14 307 307 Clark Ann 27 F Guilford NC X
15 308 308 Peipler Uriah 36 M Farming Guilford NC
16 308 308 Peipler Amanda 28 F Guilford NC
17 308 308 Peipler Matilda 7 F Guilford NC
18 308 308 Peipler Pinckney 5 M Guilford NC
19 308 308 Peipler Laborn 4 M Guilford NC
20 308 308 Peipler Franklin 3 F Guilford NC
21 308 308 Peipler Martha 4/12 F Guilford NC
22 308 308 Meridith Eliza 30 F Guilford NC X
23 308 308 Clark Saml. 7 M Guilford NC
24 308 308 Meridith Alfred 21 M Farmer Guilford NC
25 309 309 Cook Nancy 65 F Farmer 250 Virginia X
26 309 309 Cook George W. 35 M Farming Guilford NC
27 309 309 Cook Briggs 30 M Farming Guilford NC
28 309 309 Pearce Eliza 14 F Guilford NC X
29 309 309 Pearce Nancy 12 F Guilford NC X
30 309 309 Cook Harlart 11 M Guilford NC
31 310 310 Lamer James 49 M School Teacher Rockingham NC
32 310 310 Lamer Elizabeth 49 F Guilford NC
33 310 310 Lamer Sarah * 22 F Guilford NC
34 310 310 Lamer James F. 21 M Farming Guilford NC
35 310 310 Lamer Juliaan 19 F Guilford NC
36 310 310 Lamer Nancy E. 17 F Guilford NC X
37 310 310 Lamer Rachel L. 14 F Guilford NC X
38 310 310 Lamer Emsly P. 12 M Guilford NC X
39 310 310 Lamer Pemelia F. 10 F Guilford NC X
40 310 310 Lamer Roxanna 7 F Guilford NC X
41 310 310 Hix William 16 M Guilford NC X
42 311 311 Warren Solomon 72 M Farmer 650 Maryland


(The above mentioned Soloman Warren married a daughter of Moses Barrow, the same family that possibly Jemimah is living with in Forsyth County)

Jemima Barrow living with son Philip Barrow. Martha Love Walker living next door. She is of the Love/Middleton family. Love genealogy says that Anna Hicks is her daughter but is not shown to be a daughter in the will of Martha?s husband Robert Walker. Walkertown in Forsyth is named after Robert Walker and the Love Methodist Church is named after this Love family.

Also living above the Barrows is the same Clayton family that were neighbors to Lucy Middleton in the 1860 Forsyth County Census.
1820 Stokes County Census Jeremiah/Jemima Grissom 1 male under 10, 1 female under 10, 2 females 16-26, 1 female 45+
1830 Stokes County Census Jeremiah/Jemima Grissom1 male under 5, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 70-80

1830 Stokes Elizabeth Hicks, 1 female under 5, 1 female 15-20 no males
Did this Jemima Grissom marry Moses Burrow possible after they were both widowed. Did he write his will in 1830 after he married Jemima. Notice the names of two friends Barham and Harris. In Moses Barrow will he left tenements to Jemima and then to Aaron and Phillip. She is living with Phillip more than likely in the house that Moses Barrow left her in the will. In 1860 Census Forysth you find Lucy Middleton living close to members of the same Clayton family. Same area?
Birth: 1759
Brunswick County
Virginia, USA
Death: Sep., 1840
Stokes County
North Carolina, USA

Moses Barrow was born in 1759, the son of William Barrow and Amy Lee Barrow. The year of his birth has also been given as 1765, in Meherrin Parish, Brunswick County, Virginia. The Barrow Family report found in the Brunswick Courthouse reports that Moses was born in 1759. Neither report is documented. He married a woman named Jemima sometime around 1795, in Stokes County, North Carolina, and they had the following children, perhaps more:

1) Moses Barrow, born February 27, 1801 in Stokes County, North Carolina; he married Sallie Warren (1804-1846), then married Martha ________, perhaps the Widow Lowry. Moses died in 1877
2) Charles Barrow, born 1803 in Stokes County, North Carolina; he married Anna Ziglar in 1820, and he died in 1830. His father's will mentions his deceased son, Charles Barrow, who also had a son named Charles.
3) Aaron Barrow, born 1807 in North Carolina; he married Temperance Barham in 1831. His death date is not known.
4) Frances (Fanny) Barrow (female) born 1808 in Stokes County, North Carolina; she married Crawford Dobson in 1818. She died sometime before 1840, leaving a son, Franklin.
5) Elizabeth Barrow, born 1808 in Stokes County, North Carolina; she married George Linville
6) Phillip Barrow, born 30 October 1809 in Bethania Township, Winston-Salem, (Stokes County) North Carolina; he married Elizabeth Zimmerman (1807-1879)
7) William Barrow, born 18 February 1818 in Stokes County, North Carolina (birth date can't be right); he married Betsey Medearis in 1818. Moses' will names William's daughters, Luiza and Susanna. William died in 1830.
8) Amy Barrow, born 1819 in Stokes County, North Carolina (birth date can't be right); she married William Hester.

Moses Barrow died in Stokes County, North Carolina, in September of 1840.

THE FOLLOWING TEXT IS TAKEN FROM THE BARROW FAMILY HISTORY, COMPILED BY SANDRA PASER:

Moses Barrow39,40,41, born Abt. 1765 in Mehererin Parish, Brunswick County, Virginia; died Sep 1840 in Stokes County, North Carolina; married Jemima Abt. 1795 in ; born 1767 in Stokes County, North Carolina; died Aft. 09 Nov 1850 in North Carolina.

Notes for Moses Barrow:
Richard Oyler reports that Moses was born in 1765 in Meherrin Parish, Brunswick County, Virginia; died in September 1840 in Stokes County, North Carolina. His wife's name was Jemima____. The Barrow Family report found in the Brunswick Courthouse reports that Moses was born in 1759. Neither report is documented.
In the World Tree on Ancestry it is reported that Moses Barrow died 3 August 1830 in Stokes County. Source unknown. (This was the date of his will?TH)

Patricia Jones submitted her report about William Barrow as part of her "Doran Family of Indianapolis" in November 2003. Here she reports that Moses, William Barrow's son, ""Received a State Land Grant of 250 acres in Guilford County, North Carolina (Grant No. 2401) about 1786, on both sides of Herbin's Creek, on the Waters of the Dan River, adjoining the land of his brother-in-law, John Forgason. Patricia speculates that Moses served in the nearby "Battle of Guilford Courthouse" a major battle of the Revolutionary War.
She notes that Moses later sold this land and moved with his father, William to Stokes County, where they lived out the rest of their lives--in the area of today's Winston-Salem, now in Forsythe County, North Carolina.

Moses is mentioned in the diary of his brother, Rev. David Barrow, when David stopped to visit him in August 1795, after his travels through Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. David's report is on page 35 of his diary:
"15th. Saturday morning. Cloudy and cool. It rained a little this morning. At about 9 o'clock, I left my brother's (brother Daniel. After 8 or 9 miles, found that the wind had been much more severe than it was at (Daniel's). I passed through Stokes County, North Carolina (on his way to Rockingham County) At about the setting of the sun, I reached my brother, Moses. I felt much revived in body and mind; for it seemed as though I had gotten into my own neighborhood. Rode this day 35 miles.
"16th. Sunday morning. Fair and very pleasant. There was a Methodist meeting in the settlement this day. I sent word to my father that I was come to my brother's. He came early to see me. We went to the meeting. It was a funeral occasion. The preacher, whose name is McKinney, gave me an invitation to preach after he had done. I accepted the invitation, and held forth from Luke 15:2. I had tolerable liberty, thank God. This evening, I went to my father's. I had a most affectionate meeting with my father, brothers, etc. Rode this day 9 miles.
"17th. Monday. Fair and pleasant weather...some friends came to see me: to wit, Mr. Barham and Mr. Harris. This evening I went and lodged with my brother, Aaron's who lives hard by my father.
"18th. Tuesday. Fair. Came to my father's in the morning. In the afternoon, in company with him and brother, Aaron, went to my sister Forgerson's. (Sister, Hannah, married to John Forgison). My brother in law was not at home. Tarried all night. 11 miles."

Moses was counted in the 1800 census of Salisbury Township, Stokes County, North Carolina:
3 Males under 10; 1 male 26-45; 1 female under 10; 2 females 10-16; 1 female 26-45.
His brother, Aaron was living in the same Township.

I didn't find him in 1810.

Kelly Leighton's document found in the Brunswick County, Virginia Courthouse says that, "By 1815, William Barrow Sr. was living with his son Moses in Guilford County, North Carolina. He had signed over all of his belongings to Moses:
(See "Notes" for William Barrow Sr.).

Moses and his descendants remained in Stokes County and his siblings moved on to Kentucky and later to Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri.

Moses was still in Stokes County in 1820:
2 males 10-16; 1 male 16-26; 1 male 45 & up; 1 female 16-26; 3 females 45 & up; 4 persons engaged in agriculture; 1 Free colored male 14-26; 1 Free Colored female under 14; no slaves.
Also residing in Stokes County were William Barrow age 26-45 and Charles Barrow, age 16-26. They were heads of separate households. (Probably Moses' sons, who died before Moses made his Will.)

Moses Sr. is listed in the 1830 census of Stokes County, North Carolina. His household:
2 males 20-30; 1 male 60-70; 1 female 5-10; 1 female 10-15; 2 females 60-70. Moses Barrow Jr. lived in the adjacent household:
3 males under 5; 1 male 10-15; 1 male 20-30; 1 female 20-30.

Moses Sr. is not included in the 1840 census. His three sons, Aaron, Philip and Moses were all counted in Stokes County in that year.

Mae Belle Barrow North includes a transcript of Moses' will on page 180 of her book, "The Barrow Family of Virginia 1620-1972":
The Will of Moses Barrow of Stokes County, North Carolina
"In the Name of God, Amen"
"I, MOSES BARROW, Senior of the County of Stokes in the State of North Carolina, being of sound mind and perfect memory, Blessed by God, do this third day of August 1830 make and publish this my last Will and Testament. In manner following, that is to say: First, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife JEMIMA BARROW, fifty acres of my land, my dwelling house and all necessary houses, thereunto belonging and including my spring of water, which we now occupy and extending West so as to include necessary timber for firewood, etc. to be by her possessed and enjoyed during her widowhood, or natural lifetime, and that at the expiration of her widowhood or at her death, said land and tenements be then equally divided in point of valuation between my two sons, AARON BARROW and PHILLIP BARROW."
"I also bequeath to my wife JEMIMA two cows and two calves and five head of hogs suitable for killing and one feather bed and furniture and kitchen furniture as much as she may need...One cotton wheel and one flax wheel and pair of cards, which articles last above mentioned, at the death of my said wife or at the expiration of her widowhood, I, then, divise that they then belong to my Grandson, FRANKLIN DOBSON, son of my daughter FANNY DOBSON. I also will to my two grandchildren, LUIZA and SUSANNA, daughters of WILLIAM BARROW, dec'd, one dollar each as they have already received a reasonable part, also, to my grandson CHARLES BARROW, son of CHARLES BARROW, dec'd one dollar as he heretofore received a reasonable part. I also will and bequeath to my daughter ELIZABETH LINVILLE, wife of GEORGE LINVILLE, three hundred dollars to be paid to (by?) my Executors out of my estate. I also will and bequeath to my daughter AMY HESTER, wife of WILLIAM HESTER, two hundred and sixty-five dollars payable out of my estate which will be equal to the sum of LINVILLE's wife by allowing thirty-five dollars to be the worth of a certain horse which I have lately given to said WM. HESTER. I here mention that I have given my son MOSES BARROW land and property and that he has already had his part. I will and bequeath to my sons AARON BARROW and PHILLIP BARROW all my lands (except that appropriated to my wife) to be equally divided between them equal in point of valuation, also fifty dollars to each of them to be paid by my Executors out of my Estate. Also, to my son AARON, the sorrel horse he has now in possession, also one feather bed and furniture and one cow and calf. I also will to my son PHILLIP, the bay mare which he now has in his possession, also one feather bed and furniture and one cow and calf. And I will and devise that my negroes and all my property which is not particularly herein mentioned and given by this will be sold at Publick Auction to the highest bidder at Twelve months credit and that the proceeds of said sale being collected by my Executors, my just debts be paid and then the remainder of the money be equally divided between all my children and grandchildren that each one shall have an equal share thereof. I hereby make and ordain GEORGE LINVILLE and my son AARON BARROW, Executors of this last will and testament in witness whereof I, the said MOSES BARROW, have to this my last will and testament, set my hand and seal the day and year above mentioned."
/s/(Signed by mark) MOSES (x) BARROW, Senior
Signed, sealed and published and declared by the said MOSES BARROW, the Testator, as his last will and testament, in the presence of us who were personally present at the time of signing and sealing thereof:
/s/ DAVID LINVILLE
/s/ NANCY LINVILLE
"Stokes County September term 1840, the executors of the last will and testament of MOSES BARROW dec'd of which the foregoing is a true copy was duly proven in open court by the oath of DAVID LINVILLE and one of the subscribing witnesses and ordered to be recorded which is accordingly done.
/s/ Reuben D. Golding, Clerk County Court

(I don't see a citation for the Stokes County, North Carolina Book and File number in Mae's book.)

Jemima was living in Forsyth County, North Carolina in 1850 with her son Philip:
Jemima Barrow, age 83, born in North Carolina

Faye Jarvis Moran's web site lists the following children of Moses and Jemima Barrow. She adds information to the names as they were reported in Moses' will:
Elizabeth Barrow married George Linville
Frances or Fanny (died before 1840, leaving a son Franklin) married Crawford Dobson in 1818
Amy Barrow married William Hester
Charles Barrow (1803-1830) married Anna Ziglar in 1820; his father's will mentions his deceased son, Charles Barrow who had a son named Charles.
William Barrow (died 1830) married Betsey Medearis in 1818; Moses' will names William's daughters, Luiza and Susanna
Moses Barrow (1801-1877) married (1) Sallie Warren (1804-1846); (2) Martha--Maybe Widow Lowry?
Aaron Barrow (born abt 1807--?) married Temperance Barham (born abt 1814--?) They were married in 1831
Phillip Barrow (1809-1871) married Elizabeth Zimmerman (1807-1879)

Ancestry World Tree lists these same children, with a little more specific information about birth dates and locations. I have not tried to verify their accuracy--SP:
Moses Barrow, born 27 February 1801 in Stokes, North Carolina
Charles Barrow, born 1803 in Stokes, North Carolina
Aaron Barrow, born 1807 in Guilford, Rockingham County, North Carolina
Frances Barrow (female) born 1808 in Stokes, North Carolina
Elizabeth Barrow, born 1808 in Stokes, North Carolina
Phillip Barrow, born 30 October 1809 in Bethania Township, Winston-Salem, (Stokes Co) NC
William Barrow, born 18 February 1818 in Stokes, North Carolina (birth date can't be right)
Amy Barrow, born 1819 in Stokes, North Carolina (birth date can't be right)

(Note: from the composition of the family in the 1800 census, it seems that there were at least 6 children born before 1800, and not included in this list--or maybe they were caring for someon else's children?--SP)

Notes for Jemima:
From Faye Jarvis Moran:
Jemima, whose maiden name is unknown, appears in the 1850 Census of Forsythe County, North Carolina. She was living with her son, Philip. They were in Household #1482. (Date of Census 9 November 1850)
Jemima Barrow, age 83, born in North Carolina

Family links:
Parents:
William Barrow (1727 - 1817)
Amy Lee Barrow (1732 - ____)


Burial:
Unknown

Created by: Thomas Higgerson
Record added: Sep 10, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41809377





In regards to Andrew, son of Elizabeth Moore and Harvey Dilworth, he is living with Lucy Middleton along with other Dilworth children in the 1860 Forsyth County, North Carolina Census. link to copy of census page http://northernneckmiddletons.com/showmedia.php?mediaID=31&medialinkID=84
9 Aug 1860 Census, Forsyth County, NC (Salem P.O.): Farmer Harvey Dilworth 52, born NC, with real and personal property worth $150 and $250; Eliza 47, born NC; Julia F. 26; day laborer John L. age 24, with personal property valued at $20; William 22, also a day laborer; Rachel J. 20.[109] Where is young Andrew?
Lucy Middleton's maiden name was Grisham/Grissom but we have been unable to find her family. If you have any information or idea as to a possibility of a relation between Lucy Grissom Middleton and the Harvey Dilworth family would like to have your thoughts or ideas as to why the Dilworth children were living with her. Between 1850 and 1860 she moved to Forsyth County from Guilford County after the death of her husband James Middleton. All Middleton relatives were in Guilford County so we feel that her move to Forsyth was in connection to her family.




I'm also wondering if this Lee connection could be kin to our Elizabeth Middleton and Isaac Lee.

I was reading your e-mail about the Martha Love today and would like to learn more about the Love.


Martha was born 24 Mar 1779 in Charlotte County, Virginia. The daughter of John and Ruth Crook Love, her family moved to Surry County NC ca. 1782. They lived in the section of Surry County that soon after became Stokes in 1789 and later changed to Forsyth County in 1849. The 1850 Forsyth County census enumerates Martha as being born in Virginia. This bit of information is important in that it signals the family had not made the move to North Carolina prior to Martha?s 1779 birth.
Martha?s family founded Love?s Methodist Church ca. 1795 in Stokes County. Today the church stands southwest of Walkertown on Rocky Branch Road in Forsyth County. Dated 11 Dec 1803, Martha Love married Robert Walker Junior in Stokes County. Archibald Campbell was bondsman and the bond was witnessed by A. Robinson. The namesake of Walkertown, Robert Junior is the son of Robert Sr. who also lived and died in Stokes County.
Dated 22 Oct 1847, Robert Walker wrote a last will and testament. Not only does he mention his wife Martha, but also states the names of his daughters and to whom they were married.
Martha Walker is enumerated as 72 years of age in the 1850 Forsyth County. Living with her is her 20 year old daughter Anna Hicks. Martha Love Walker died and was buried on 25 Mar 1853 at Love?s Methodist Church. The name Robert Walker does not appear in the published cemetery records for Love?s Church. The stone may be worn or unmarked. I can only believe that he is buried at the church somewhere near his wife of so many years. The children of Robert Junior and Martha Love Walker are:




When I see the name Myrick, first thing that comes to mind is seeing a researcher in Middleton forums with the name Myrick. Can't remember her name. Was there someone in the Middleton DNA composition that descended from Martin Middleton? Will have to look.
I also wonder if this is the same Lee family that married Elizabeth Middleton (Isaac Lee)?
Also haven't really looked into it much, but William Middleton's wife, Elizabeth Landman, had as I believe grandparents someone that was a Barrow. I would have to look at this family to remember the connection.
Also the Middleton/Love family that we find in Forsyth County was from Brunswick, which I have started to think may be of some relation to our family.

Subject: Re: Amy Lee married William Barrow- Notice the name William Barrow in the will of this William Lee Sr. who was the father of Amy Lee. Also interesting about an Isaac Row Walton mentioned in will...


Remember that we saw a Lee connection with this Moses Barrow since there was a tree on ancestry that showed his parents as Moses Barrow Sr. and Amy Lee. The parents of this Amy Lee were William Lee Sr. and Rebecca Burchett and there is family tree on rootweb that reflect Amy Lee born in 1732 in Isle of Wight, VA and died in 1781 in Stokes County, N.C. Anyway, found some deed records in Brunswick County, VA; whereas, there is a mention of a John Myrick mentioned in a deed record with William Lee and Rebecca (Burchett) Lee. Notice the John Myrick married to an Ann Lee. In some trees they show her name as Amy but got confused since it was the Amy Lee that was married to William Barrow. Anyway, the John Myrick that was married to this daughter, Ann? Lee is interesting because this Myrrick family was tied to a Middleton family. This John Myrrick had connections with a Middleton family somehow???? I have seen that he might have been descended from an Owen Myrick w 
 
1138 THOMAS WHICKER/AGNES OLIVER

?Name: Thomas Whicker
?Sex: M
?Birth: 1765 in Hanover Co., VA
?Death: in Guilford Co., NC
?Note:
Note: More at:
http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1376087&id=I61 381698

?Change Date: 5 MAR 2004




Father: John Whicker b: 1725 in Hanover Co., VA
Mother: Martha (Whicker)

Marriage 1 Agnes Oliver b: ABT 1765 ?Married: 7 MAY 1785 in Green County, NC
Children 1. John Whicker b: 1795 in Guilford Co., NC
2. Mary Whicker b: 16 SEP 1786
3. Allen Whicker b: 3 OCT 1787
4. Elizabeth Whicker b: 3 OCT 1787
5. Elijah Whicker b: 1788
6. Anderson Whicker b: 1790
7. Lucinda Whicker
8. Martha Whicker

 
 
1139 John Middleton Inventory 1757, 1767 mentions by his administrator Samuel Henderson a trip to Westmoreland Co. and Hanover Co. Virginia.

Samuel Henderson was born in Hanover County, Virginia and lived there prior to his move to Granville Co Virginia.

1. Samuel Henderson (c. 1700, Hanover Co, VA - 1783, Granville Co, NC) "Sheriff Samuel"

Sp: Elizabeth Williams (4 Sep 1714 - 1790; married 14 Nov 1732, Hanover Co, VA)

Daughter of Samuel Henderson
2. Susanna Henderson (23 Apr 1742/43, Granville Co, NC - Jan 1787)
Sp: Reuben Searcy
2. Elizabeth Henderson (19 Feb 1738, Hanover Co, VA - 17 Aug 1831, SC)
Sp: John Beckham (m. 12 Aug 1761, Granville Co, NC)




Children of William Beckham and Phyllis Mackey are:
i. Simon Beckham160, born 1728 in Hanover County, Virginia160; died December 29, 1785160; married Susannah McMillan January 02, 1759 in Granville County, North Carolina160. (sister of Yourith McMillan)


John Beckham160, born December 01, 1735 in Orange County, Virginia160; died in Santuck, Union County, South Carolina160; married Elizabeth Henderson August 12, 1761 in Granville County, North Carolina160.
Notes for John Beckham:
[jbeckham.FTW]

John Beckham, Sr. son of William Beckham and Phillis Melba Mackey is
buried o n the William Hodge Plantation, Grindal Shoals, Union County,
South Carolina.


vi. Phillis Beckham160, born 1740 in Orange County, Virginia160; died Bet. 1791 - 1792 in Granville County, North Carolina160; married (1) William Williams; married (2) John Mitchell December 22, 1777 in Granville County, North Carolina160.


Lewis Peeples married Jane Hicks, daughter of Robert Hicks from Hanover, Virginia. Lewis peeples father of Tabitha Vaughan Love, family of Luhannah Hutchins Middleton. They were in Rockingham and Guilford Co.s North Carolina.

The Williams were also in Hanover at one time, may be the same Williams that were part of Mary Oliver Pegram Middleton's family.

Deed of Daniel Williams & wife exists in Hanover Co. ca 1735
He patented other land in several counties in Southside VA subsequent to 1735 (Cavaliers & Pioneers), and in 1757, he appears in deeds in Granville Co., NC. He died testate in Granville Co., NC in 1759. Two years later his widow Ursley married one Joseph Reid, residence unknown. 
 
1140 Hester/Cook/Clayton
http://files.usgwarchives.net/va/brunswick/deeds/deedbrns.txt

Indenture made the 3rd day of October, 1745, between Abraham Cook
and Sarah, his wife, of Brunswick County, Planter, and James
Hester of Louisa County, Planter, for 20 pounds, conveying 2.89
acres on Little Creek bounded by the land of William Davis.
Witnesses were Christopher Hudson, Joseph Perrin and Robert
Hester. Acknowledged in Court on October 3, 1745. Deed Book 3,
page 76.

1790 Stokes Census William Hester lived next to James Love.


One of the first Hesters to move to Louisa Co., VA.
K.B. Elliott, "Early Settlers of Mecklenburg County, Virginia"
p. 92 - Deed Book 3, page 76. Abraham Cook and Sarah, his wife to
James Hester.. cons. 20 pounds.. .289 acres.. part of two tracts
adjoining Davis.
/s/ Abraham Cook. Witnesses: Christopher Hudson, Joseph Perrin, Robert
Hester, 3 Oct. 1745.

p. 92 - Deed Book 3, page 364. James Hester of St. Martin's Parish,
Louisa county to John Paisley of Fredericksville Parish, Louisa
county... cons. 57 pounds 16 shillings.. .289 acres.. adjoining
William Davis. /s/ James Hester /s/ Frances (x) Hester. Witnesses:
Thos. Williamson, Gideon Crenshaw, Henry Isbell. 2 Oct. 1753. Rcd. 2
Oct. 1753. Frances Hester, wife of James Hester, released her dower
right to land.

He bought land in Granville Co., NC in 1762.

p. 6 - Deed Book H. p. 303. James Hester and wife Frances, sold land
in Granville Co. to James Butler of Brunswick Co. VA, March 4, 1767.

Estate Inventory 2-8-1786 in Granville Co., NC.

Granville County, N.C. Estates; James Hester 1786 and David Smith
1788 Will Book 2, p. 73 - David Smith 22 May 1788, pvd Aug Court 1788

Children of JAMES HESTER and FRANCES COOKE are:
1. SARAH4 HESTER, m. JAMES HICKS.
2. ELIZABETH HESTER, m. JAMES GRISSOM.
3. JAMES HESTER JR., b. 1749; d. 1794; m. ANN RUDD.
4. ZACHARIAH HESTER, b. 1751


Abraham Cooke
(c1660 - 1720s)



Where he came from is unknown, though there are some intriguing possibilities to consider (see endnote below). It seems likely that our Abraham Cook is the same person who first appears, with a wife named Martha, in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia in the 1680s. The first record of him is his witness to a deed from William Fauntleroy to William Lloyd on 28 January 1683/4, for land on the north bank of the Rappahannock about four miles upriver from the mouth of Totasky Creek.[1] Thereafter, he appears as plaintiff or defendant in nine separate suits from mid-1686 through late 1690 [see footnote for details].[2] From these records, his children?s apparent ages, and the fact that he apparently lived until the mid-1720s, he appears to have been born about 1660, perhaps earlier.



Although he is described in some of these records as a ?planter?, it is not clear what land he was occupying. Wherever it was, it surely lay in the North Farnum Parish of Old Rappahannock, in the area which later became Richmond County. There are no lease or deed records for him until those mentioned below in 1689.



He may have been a stepson or son-in-law of William Clayton (or Cleaton), who died about 1680, leaving a widow named Hannah and at least two children. William Clayton had purchased 100 acres west of Totasky Creek on the north side of the Rappahannock River on 6 March 1666/7[3], and another 224 acres nearby in 1670 as William Clayton ?of the County of New Kent?.[4] Abraham Cook?s first appearance in early 1684 was his witness of a deed for land about three miles upriver. I found no record of the disposal of Clayton?s 224 acres, but the 100 acre tract was clearly the land he was living on at his death. He was dead by 28 January 1680/1 when his son, William Clayton Jr., was called an ?orphant?.[5] The son was of age by 7 July 1686, when ?being arrived at the age of 21? he claimed 23 cows belonging ?to the orphans of William Cleaton dec?d.?[6] and exchanged some of the cows for land.[7] The word ?orphans? is clearly plural in the record, implying that William Clayton Jr. had at least one sibling.



On 28 May 1689, William Clayton Jr. and his wife Mary assigned his interest in half the 100 acre home place to Abraham Cook, ?which belongeth to my mother?s plantation and her hundred acres of land that she doth now live on?.[8] On 26 September 1689, just a few months later, Abraham Cook and his wife Martha sold this land to Thomas Gladman.[9] The deal with Gladman was reversed for some reason, perhaps his failure to deliver on his bond for the purchase money, as Thomas Gladman and his wife Katherine deeded the land back to Abraham Cook just four months later on 1 February 1689/90.[10] On 22 February 1689/90 Abraham and Martha Cook sold the land to John Morgan. [11] [William Clayton Jr. then sold the remaining half of the 100 acres to the same John Morgan on 1 May 1690.[12]] Abraham Cook continues to appear in court records in Old Rappahannock for several more months, but is not mentioned after 1 October 1690.[13]



While we can?t prove it, it seems likely that he is the same Abraham Cook who next appears about thirty miles southwest in New Kent County, Virginia in the 1690s. This person first appears in the 1690s in the part of New Kent that later became Hanover County, and seems to be about the same age as the Abraham Cook of Old Rappahannock.



The colonial records of New Kent County were destroyed by a malicious courthouse fire in 1787, for which the arsonist was hung. That?s small consolation to genealogists, because all early records of New Kent were lost. Further, Hanover County, which was formed in 1720 from part of New Kent, suffered its own courthouse fire in 1865, destroying all but a handful of Hanover?s colonial records. The destruction of both county?s records leaves us with very little information, and certainly not enough to establish familial relationships with certainty. There are, however, colonial land grants which were kept elsewhere, as well as the partial vestry books of New Kent?s parishes. These records are enough to suggest that the Abraham Cook of Old Rappahannock may have been the same person as in New Kent.



In the vestry book of St. Peter?s Parish (encompassing roughly all of old New Kent County), in a section noting baptisms and births, are the following entries[14]:



Matthew, son of Abraham Cook born the 27 June, ____.

Hannah daught of Abraham Cook baptiz 21 Dec., ____.



Both entries, from context, appear to be dated in the mid to late 1690s though the years are unreadable. The parish record begins in 1682, yet the first mention of Abraham Cook is in the 1690s. He surely had children born before Matthew and Hannah, which is conveniently explained if he did not move into New Kent until about 1690 or later. This vestry book contains a few other Cook entries, mainly the notations of the death of a John Cooke on 27 September 1717 and his wife Frances, who died 4 March 1716/7.[15] They apparently had a son William Cooke born 23 February 1716/7[16] who himself seems to have died in 1722.[17] The vestry book also notes that a Jeffrey Cook and a Thomas Cook both died in December of 1687.[18] [There is also a notation on the same page for the 13 Dec 169_ baptism of ?Abraham Cox?, son of ?Abraham Cox?, which may refer to our Abraham, since there seems to be no further mention of any Abraham Cox.]



The 1704 Quit Rent roll for New Kent County shows Abraham Cooke with 200 acres of land. How and when he acquired this land is unknown. There are no patents for him (or any other Cook) in New Kent predating 1704, so he must have purchased the land by a lost deed. From later records this land was in what is now eastern Hanover County.



In 1704, a widow named Hannah McAllister [?MacKallister? in this record] of King William County made a power of attorney to her ?loveing son in law Abraham Cook? of New Kent County.[19] She authorized Cook to collect debts due her and to sell or rent a plantation, apparently located in King William County.[20] [At the time, King William County lay between Old Rappahannock and New Kent.] Although it seems clear this was our Abraham Cook, it?s not entirely clear who Hannah McAllister was or what the relationship was between the two. See the separate McAllister page for a thorough discussion of the possibilities.



In 1704 St. Paul?s Parish was carved out of St. Peter?s, covering the area that became Hanover County in 1720. The vestry book of St. Paul?s Parish also has been partly preserved and contains several entries for Cooks. On 28 November 1707, there is referenced a court order ?appointing Abraham Cook Surveyor of a Bridle Road from Majr Meriwethers Mill to the three runs of the Chickohommany Swamp.?[21] Among the helpers appointed to assist him was a Robert Cook.[22] Then at a vestry held on 26 April 1709, Abraham Cook was ordered to send four tithables out of his precinct to assist in making bridges over Crump?s Creek and the Deep Swamp. Both of these records suggest that Abraham Cook was living in the part of New Kent County which later became Hanover County. The combination of the landmarks mentioned and patent references to the other names in these records suggest his land was located somewhere between Crump?s Creek and Totopotomoy Creek in what is now eastern Hanover.



Further evidence is provided by processioning entries in the St. Paul?s vestry book. In 1708 the lands of Abraham Cook, James Knuckles, John Kimbrough, Thomas Bradley, and Henry Bowe ?lying adjacent to one another? were processioned. [23] [Henry Bowe and John Kimbrough Jr. were also among the helpers assigned to Abraham Cook in 1707.] On 26 February 1711/2 the report for the processioning of this same land was returned by Abraham Cook and William Merriwether acting as overseers for their precinct.[24] This time, the adjoining landowners were William Merriwether, Stephen and John Raglin, Francis Rhodes, John Mahone, Thomas Peak, Henry Bowe, William Walker, and John Anderson. From patents and later processioning records, it appears that Abraham Cook?s land was on or near Crump?s Creek in the eastern part of present Hanover County.[25] He must have moved not long thereafter. On 10 October 1719, Abraham Cook and Edward Garland were appointed overseers for the processioning of their precinct, which included the lands of Abraham Cook, William Cook, William Meriwether, John Harris, Edward Garland, Thomas Barlow, John Kimbrough (the former Jr.), John Whatley, and John Harris. [26] They made their report on 18 March 1720, mentioning a dispute over the lines of John Harris and John Kimbrough which was later resolved by a parish court. [27] That record tells us that Cook?s land was a different plot of land entirely from that processioned in 1708 and 1711, located several miles to the northwest.[28] There are no further Cook references in the vestry book.



The land processioned in 1719 was two contiguous patents on the North Anna River, both issued on 14 July 1718. The first patent was for 300 acres on the North Anna River bordering Robert Walker.[29] The second patent was a combined headright and fee patent for the transportation of three persons[30] totaling 204 acres in New Kent County on the North Anna River and Beaverdam Creek.[31] Both patents were for land on the south bank of the North Anna River in St. Paul?s Parish, and were clearly contiguous. This was obviously the land processioned in 1719, several miles west of his earlier land. The North Anna River is a fork of the Pamunkey starting midway in present-day Hanover County, and forms the later border between western Hanover to the south and Caroline to the north. A bit further west, it forms the border between Louisa to the south and Spottsylvania to the north. Both land grants to Abraham Cook would have been on the Hanover County side of the river a few miles east of the border of present-day Louisa County.



On 18 February 1722/3, following the formation of Hanover County, two additional patents were issued. ?Abraham Cook of Hanover County? received 400 acres on the south side of the North Anna River ?beginning at Abraham Cook?s lower corner red Oake on the river.?[32] This land was adjacent to the 504 acres he already owned, on the south side of the earlier patents, giving him a contiguous parcel on the south bank of the river almost 2½ miles long.



On the same day, ?Abraham Cook Junr. of Hanover County? received a patent for 400 acres in Hanover County ?on the Ridge between the North Anna and Little Rivers? which we can locate as being about five miles west of Abraham Cook Sr.?s patents on the river.[33] It was separated from Abraham Cook Sr. mainly by a large patent to Edward Garland covering about five miles of the riverbank. Although the terms ?Sr.? and ?Jr.? at that time merely differentiated between two people with the same name, it seems a good bet that the two Abraham Cooks were father and son.



Abraham Cook probably died not long after his 1723 patent, if not before.[34] In 1726, 1728, and 1731 patents were issued to others for land adjoining the Abraham Cook Jr. patent, each of which refers to the land as belonging to ?Abraham Cook?, with no modifier.[35] A 1724 patent adjoining Abraham Cook Sr. refers to the adjoining land as belonging to ?Abraham Cook?, though we have no way of knowing the date of the survey from which this description was drawn.[36] The absence of any further reference to a ?Senior? or ?Junior? suggests that Abraham Cook Sr. died sometime in the 1720s.



The only other surviving public records of Hanover County are a single book, for the two years 1734-1735, of court orders, wills, and deeds. In that book, an Abraham Cook was a witness to two deeds dated 4 June 1734 by Shirley Whatley for patents that lay just west of Abraham Cook Jr.?s patent.[37] Abraham Cook also appears as one of the appraisers of the estate of Elisabeth Penik on 4 July 1735.[38] It seems most plausible that these citations were for Abraham Cook Jr., particularly given the absence of a modifier to his name.



With the destruction of county records, there is precious little evidence to help us identify Abraham Cook?s children. However, we can make a fairly compelling circumstantial argument that Abraham, William, and John Cook were among his children. Benjamin Cook may have been another son, though the case is a very weak one. Some claim he had a daughter named Frances, but the evidence is against it.



1. William Cooke ? (c1685 ? by1752) He appears very likely to have been a son, perhaps the eldest, based mainly on his proximity to Abraham Cook. At a vestry held on 10 October 1719, the lands of Abraham Cook, William Cook, Edward Garland and four others were made a precinct for processioning purposes.[39] It seems clear that this precinct included the two 1718 patents to Abraham Cook and the adjoining patent to Edward Garland, meaning that William Cook had either been given part of Abraham Cook?s land or had purchased nearby land from someone else. The accounts of Partridge & Company 1734-1756 (see above) contain an account for William Cook with the first entry dated 13 April 1736 when he bought a pair of woman?s shoes.[40] This was surely the same man, for his account shows several debits and credits to Robert Harris and James Glenn, both of whom had patented land within a mile or two of Abraham Cook Sr. These ledger entries also show that William Cook and John Cook were brothers, for they include a credit of 24 October 1737 from ?yr brother Jno. Cook? and a corresponding debit in the account of John Cook to ?yr. brother Wm. Cook?.[41] The ledgers also show that William Cooke had a son named Clayton Cook, and probably others for whom he purchased three boy?s hats .[42] The date of the final ledger entry is 13 July 1738, and the account is not marked ?carried forward?, suggesting that he left the area in 1738. He moved about this time to Goochland (now Cumberland) County on Great Guinea Creek. William Cooke of Hanover County was issued a patent for 430 acres there on 24 March 1740.[43] This land was adjacent to James Glenn, whose name appears in William Cooke?s accounts with Partridge & Company, and was less than three miles from a patent to his brother John Cook of the same date. He sold his patent in two parts to Nathaniel Henderson and John Brown on 16 October 1744, signing with a mark and identifying himself as of St. Martin?s Parish in Hanover County when he patented the land.[44] There is no record of his death, but when Nathaniel Henderson resold the land on 29 November 1752, it was described as where ?William Cooke deceased? had lived.

William Cook, from the Partridge records, had a son named Clayton Cook, lending some weight to the idea that his mother was Martha Clayton. Clayton Cook was apparently in Albemarle County by 1751, when he and his uncle John Cook witnessed a sale by Tyree Harris of land adjoining his uncle John Cook?s 1756 patent. In 1754, as a resident of Albemarle, he sold land in Cumberland County adjoining his father?s old patent which his wife Henrietta had inherited from her father Richard Henderson.[45]

A possible son was an Abraham Cook who seems to be a different person than Abraham Cook Jr. John Cook?s 1740 patent in Goochland (later Cumberland) County was adjoined to the north and west by a 1741 patent to Thomas Wood.[46] A few years later, on 5 June 1746, an adjoining patent to William Mayo refers to this patent as Abraham Cook?s.[47] Then on 10 August 1748, a patent issued to Joseph Woodson which bordered both the Wood patent and John Cook?s patent also describes Wood?s patent as belonging to Abraham Cook.[48] How and when this Abraham Cook acquired this land and then disposed of it is a subject worth more research. Unfortunately, John Cook?s description of the adjoining patent in 1768 used the same survey as the patent itself, and mentions neither Wood nor Cook. But a sale of abutting land in 1765 also refers to this land as Abraham Cook?s.[49] This may not be the same person as Abraham Cook Jr., who was dead by 1748 and whose will does not mention this land.

William Cooke had bought three boys hats from Partridge & Company in 1736, so he may have had other sons. It is worth considering a William Cook who appears as a tithable in Cumberland County in 1759 near the old William Cook patent, and a Charles Cook who appears in a 1756 Cumberland court record.



2. Abraham Cook II (c1690 ? 1748) Although we can?t prove he was a son of Abraham Cook Sr., it seems highly likely. As mentioned above, Abraham Cook ?Junr.? of Hanover County patented land within a figurative stone?s throw of Abraham Cook Sr. in February 1723.[50] It was evidently him who was mentioned in the 1734 and 1735 records of Hanover County mentioned above. The ledger books of the store of Thomas Partridge & Company in Hanover County mention Abraham Cook once: on 4 May 1738 he was paid from the account of Capt. Charles Hudson for a note from William Thacker.[51] [See also note under William Cooke above, regarding an Abraham Cook in Cumberland County.] On 6 August 1741, as ?Abraham Cook of Hanover County? he purchased 300 acres in Brunswick County, on the north side of the Roanoke River in the area that became Lunenburg County.[52] Three years later, on 30 August 1744, Abraham Cook was issued a patent for 289 acres in Brunswick County on the Roanoke River in the same vicinity.[53] On 3 October 1745, Abraham Cook and his wife Sarah sold this 289 acres to their son-in-law James Hester of Louisa County.[54] By 1746, Abraham Cook?s land was in Lunenburg County, where he was sworn in as a justice and appointed by the June court to take the list of tithables ?from Allen?s Creek to Blew Stone Creek?. Abraham Cook?s will in the Cumberland parish of Lunenburg County is dated 2 April 1748 and recorded on 4 July the same year.[55] It names his wife Sarah, sons Benjamin, James, and Charles, and daughters Francis Hester and Barbary Hester. [Barbara was evidently the wife of Robert Hester, who died in Louisa County in 1770 ? from that family?s records, it appears she was born ca1725. Frances was the wife of James Hester, who died in Granville County, NC. See the HESTER section of this site.] The executors were Sarah Cook and Benjamin Cook. The 1748 tithables list of Cargill?s District shows Benjamin Cook together with ?widow Cook? with 3 tithes ? presumably the three sons. The 1749 tithables list for the same district shows ?Mrs. Cook?s list ? Benjamin Cook? with three tithes. In 1750, Sarah may have been deceased since Benjamin Cook and Gideon Grainger (Crenshaw?) were listed together with 4 tithes. Benjamin and Charles Cook together patented 400 acres in Lunenburg County on 20 August 1760[56], sold it to their brother James, and both moved to Granville County, NC in 1761. Benjamin Cook moved to and died in Elbert County, Georgia in 1805 [not to be confused with the son of Benjamin Cook who died there in 1805.] Charles Cook apparently returned to Lunenburg about 1770 and died there a few years later. James Cook, the third son, stayed in Lunenburg for a few years, then moved to Granville County, NC ? he may have been one of the James Cooks who later showed up in Georgia.



3. John Cooke (c1700? ? 1775) As mentioned above, the 1737 ledger entry in the Partridge & Company accounts proves that William Cook had a brother named John. The single mention of a John Cook in St. Paul?s Parish is his assignment to a road crew ?from Jeremiah Parker?s gang? in 1721.[57] The physical location suggests he lived quite near Abraham Cook.[58] His own account in the Partridge & Company ledgers for 1736-1739 includes several credits and debits, the last dated 16 July 1739. In 1741 it was noted on his account that ?we believe (the balance) to be bad?, probably because he left the area. [However, a John Cook was assigned as a road surveyor in Hanover county as 1742.] He is apparently the same John Cook whose 400-acre patent in Goochland (now Cumberland) County was dated the same day as William Cook?s and located less than three miles away.[59] Nine years later, on 15 December 1749, John Cook added another 368 acres adjoining the first patent.[60] He mortgaged the 1740 patent in 1768, describing it as the land he then lived on and signing with his mark.[61] The second, 368-acre patent, he later sold to John Holman. He can be demonstrated to be the same John Cooke who patented 400 acres about six miles west in Albemarle (later Buckingham) County on 5 February 1753[62] and who added nearby patents of 400 acres on 10 March 1756 and 285 acres on 14 July 1769.[63] In 1754 he bought 400 acres adjoining one of these with Clayton Cook and John Cook Jr. among the witnesses.[64] He sold one of his patents in Buckingham in 1761 as a resident of Cumberland County, and apparently sold the other one as well, though I didn?t see the deed.[65] The 285-acre patent in Buckingham and the 400 acres in Cumberland were mentioned in his will. He appears on the tithables n Cumberland County for the years they exists 1748-68, appearing with varying numbers of tithes.

His will was dated 15 April 1775 and proved 25 September 1775 in Cumberland County.[66] His land in Buckingham and Cumberland and personal property was to be sold and the proceeds distributed to his wife Mary as a life estate. After her death or remarriage the remaining money was to be equally distributed among Stephen Cook, Mary Noell, and Frances Cook. ?all the rest of my children which are? John Cook Junr., Aggy Chambers, Sarah Edwards, Elizabeth Hooper, James Cook, Agathy Bostick, and Anne Coleman were to receive ?nothing more than what I have already given them.? George Hooper and Stephen Cook were named executors. The children, who I have not researched, appear to have been born in the late 1720s and thereafter, thus the estimated birth date for John Cook.



4. Benjamin Cook (1690s ? 1759) The case for Benjamin Cook as a son of Abraham Cook is less compelling than for the prior three Cooks, being based entirely on his having patented land in 1726 about fifteen miles west of Abraham Cook Sr. He was issued the patent as a resident of Hanover County, and remained on that land (which eventually lay in Louisa County) until his death about 1759. He left two known sons, William Cook and Benjamin Cook Jr. (See separate page)



5. Robert Cook (? - ?) It is possible that he was another son, or perhaps a brother. As mentioned above, on 28 November 1707, Abraham Cook was appointed to inspect a road, with Robert Cook among the helpers directed to assist him.[67] This not only indicates proximity, but it also implies that Robert Cook was nearly, if not already, an adult, meaning he was probably born earlier than we would otherwise think Abraham Cook was married. There is no further mention of a Robert Cook in New Kent, Hanover, or surrounding counties for several decades. He may have been the same person as one of the Robert Cooks who several decades later shows up in Henrico or Brunswick counties, but there seems no way to prove it.



6. Matthew Cooke (1690s - ?) There is no further mention of him other than the entry in the St. Peter?s Parish vestry book. Given that more than a third of all children born around this time did not live to reach majority, it is not unusual that we should have no further record of him.



7. Hannah Cook (1690s - ?) There is no mention of her other than the entry in the St. Peter?s Parish vestry book. Presumably she was named for Abraham Cook?s mother-in-law.





A Possible Daughter?


Frances Cooke: Descendants of Edmund Butler theorize that his wife Francis was a Cook, probably the daughter of Abraham Cook. I have seen no evidence whatsoever that she was a Cook, and believe that this theory is based entirely on an apparent relationship between Edmund Butler and John and William Cook. Unfortunately, this apparent relationship does not manifest itself until the end of Butler?s life, and can be alternatively explained by the fact that Edmund Butler died while living on a patent located less than a mile from John Cook. That is, the evidence doesn?t tell us whether he was associated with the Cooks because he was a close neighbor ? or whether he was a close neighbor because he was related. In my view, the evidence actually favors the conclusion that no relationship existed between Butler and the Cooks other than geography.



Edmund Butler, who may have been the same person claimed as a headright by Edward Garland, appears in Goochland County records beginning in 1728, at least ten years before the earliest date the Cooks could have arrived there. The 1744 will of Jacob Micheaux devised to Edmund Butler fifty acres on which Butler then lived, referring to part of a 1742 patent located just south of John Cook.[68] Edmund Butler was issued a posthumous patent for 400 acres adjoining this Micheaux patent on 5 April 1748 that was separated from John Cook only by a patent to Brazure Cocke.[69] [It is obvious from Butler?s will that the 50 acres from Micheaux was contiguous with his own 400-acre survey.] Edmund Butler died leaving a will, dated 27 April 1747 and proved 17 September 1747, for which William Cook was a witness. The other two witnesses held patents adjoining Butler?s. The will names his wife Francis Butler as executor and devises the 450 acres to four sons: Aaron, John, Edmund, and John Butler. John Cook and three other neighbors were appointed appraisers. [This suggests that John Cook was not related, for the courts were instructed to appoint neighbors who were unrelated to the deceased.] There is no other association between Edmund Butler and the Cook brothers. Nor are there any later connections between the children of Edmund Butler and the Cooks that I am aware of. The nearest we can come is Aaron Butler?s witness to a deed of gift by his neighbor, the widow of Richard Henderson, one of whose daughters married Clayton Cook.



In summary, the evidence we have does not justify the assumption of a familial relationship when the geographic one suffices to explain the facts. In fact, the evidence we have argues that there was no familial relationship. I suspect that an early Butler researcher assumed that the will witnesses and appraisers were related parties, rather than merely neighbors, and proposed a theory which eventually achieved greater status than it deserved.





Possible Origin of Abraham Cook


There are no records of the importation of anyone who might be our Abraham Cook, nor are there any records of any Abraham Cook that predate the Old Rappahannock references. ?Abraham?, although a common enough name a few generations later, was a relatively rare given name in the 17th century. Unfortunately, ?Cook? and its variations is an exceedingly common name in early Virginia. Common enough, in fact, that a discouragingly large number of Cooks are found in the New Kent and Old Rappahannock area. There is no particular reason to think any of these people were related to our Abraham Cooke. There is, however, one intriguing possibility.



A John Cooke bought land in Old Rappahannock from William and Martha Mosely in 1667, with William Land(man?) a witness.[70] From later sales by neighbors, it appears this land was located on or near Occupacia Creek, on the opposite side of the Rappahannock River from William Clayton, and almost 15 miles upriver. Although his land is still mentioned in deeds as late as 1684, a John Cooke ?orphan? (represented by Alexander Robin) is mentioned as plaintiff in a 2 June 1683 suit, which required the orphan?s land to be surveyed by William Mosely. [Perhaps just a coincidence; Mosely was a surveyor.] This land is described as located on Gilson?s and Hodgkin?s Creek, nearly opposite Totaskey Creek. This orphan John Cooke, presumably the son of the earlier John Cooke, is named in the 1684 will of Alexander Robin as ?the son of my wife Judith?. He may be the John Cooke apprenticed in 1686 to Elias Robinson until he reached the age of 21. [Note that this would make him younger than Abraham Cook, thus casting some doubt on this scenario.] He was probably the same John Cooke later found living on a branch of the Occupacia Creek in Essex County (formed from the part of Old Rappahannock south of the Rappahannock River). That John Cook died in 1726 leaving a widow Susannah and children John, Thomas, William, Hannah, and a daughter married to a Biswell. To add to the intrigue, the son Thomas Cooke sold land in 1716 to Samuel Clayton, a likely relative of William Clayton Jr.



Might Abraham Cooke have been another son of John Cooke? Possible, but I can?t see any way to prove it. Further, if John Cooke died intestate then the eldest son would have inherited, not the younger one. This may just be an interesting coincidence. The fact that the same names should appear associated with these Cooks may merely reflect the relatively sparse population of the area.



The records of Old Rappahannock also mention a Rowland Cooke as a witness in 1684, a Benjamin Cooke as a legatee of Robert Taylor in 1699, and a Robert Cooke as a witness in 1712. In addition, a distressingly large number of people named Cooke were imported by people claiming land in the area of Rappahannock and New Kent in the mid to late 1600s. An interesting coincidence is the importation by a James Clayton of William and Sarah Cook mentioned in a 1665 patent in Northumberland.



An Abraham ?Cock?, possibly our Abraham Cooke, was left ?my great coat? in the will of James Simons 24 February 1686/7 in Old Rappahannock.





Thomas Partridge & Company


Some ledger books covering scattered periods from 1734-56 still exist for this general store in Hanover County and were published in the Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly as a multi-part series. This store, which sold general merchandise on credit and acted as a sort of bank, was located somewhere within the boundaries of St. Paul?s Parish in Hanover County, probably in the vicinity of the original courthouse. Since currency was rare at the time, the store often acted as a middleman in transactions between individuals, crediting one account and debiting another, so the names mentioned in an individual?s account provide valuable clues to neighbors and business associates as well as family members. These ledger books mention several Cooks who probably lived in the general vicinity, though not necessarily in Hanover County.



As mentioned above, there are accounts for 1736-8 for William Cook and his brother John Cook. The next set of accounts, for the period 1756-7, mention a larger number of Cooks. Benjamin Cook and his son William Cook had accounts, as did George Cook, Mrs. Dorothy Cook, Jeremiah Cook and Thomas Cook, the identities of whom are unknown.











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[1] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 1682-1686, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, (The Antient Press, 1996) p50

[2] 1687: Attachment granted to William Barber, executor of John Palmer, against Abraham Cook for 500 lbs tobacco on a bill dated 7 July 1686 (Orders 1686-92, p28, p33) 1688: Judgments against Abraham Cook by Walter Pavey for three barrels of Indian corn (p50) and by Abraham Carter for 400 lbs tobacco (p50); Judgments in favor of Abraham Cook from Ann Dacres, widow and executrix of Charles Dacres, for three barrels of Indian corn (p52, p69, p77) and from John Jones for 500 lbs tobacco (p50, p52); 1689: Judgment against Abraham Cook, as security of Thomas Dedman, for three hundred pounds of tobacco by John Morgan (p138, p144); judgment against Abraham Cook by William Powell for 560 lbs of tobacco (p166, p173); 1690: Abraham Cook granted judgment against the estate of John Patridge for 304 lbs tobacco (p173) and suit by Henry Lewis vs. Abraham Cook and Peter Evans (p188, p190). This latter was referred by a court held on 1 October 1690 and not mentioned thereafter.

[3] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 3, p207. William Landman to William ?Clayton.? William Landman acknowledged the deed in court the same day. His wife, however, did not release dower until 5 August 1674, more than seven years later, when she did so as the wife of Thomas Short and relict of William Landman.

[4] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 4, p135.

[5] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 1677-1682, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, (The Antient Press, 1996), Vol II, p299. Benjamin Goodrich, son and heir of Thomas Goodrich, sold his father?s patent to Edward Hill in exchange for Hill paying whatever debts ?might become due from Col. Thomas Goodrich deceased unto William Cleaton, orphant? and other considerations.

[6] Old Rappahannock County Court Orders 1685-87, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, p161. This record mentions the cows belonged to the ?orphans? (plural) of William Cleaton. William Cleaton Jr. claimed all 23, however.

[7] Deed Abstracts of Old Rappahannock County 1686-1688, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, (The Antient Press, 1990), p286.

[8] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 8, p58.

[9] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 8, p87. Interestingly, he bought the land in May for 2,000 lbs tobacco and sold it in September for 2,400 lbs. After Gladman reneged, he sold it the following February for 2,000 lbs tobacco.

[10] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 8, p179. (No consideration is mentioned.)

[11] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 8, p172.

[12] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 8, p259.

[13] Old Rappahannock County Orders 1686-92, p190. A suit by Henry Lewis versus Abraham Cook and Peter Evans was referred by a court held on 1 October 1690 and not mentioned thereafter

[14] The Vestry Book and Register of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia 1684 to 1786, edited by Dr. C. G. Chamberlayne, (Virginia State Library, 1937), both entries on p4, not consecutive.

[15] Ibid., p57.

[16] Ibid., p79

[17] Ibid., p61

[18] Ibid., p41

[19] King William County Deed Book 1, p288.

[20] There are no Cleatons or MacAllisters on the 1704 quit rent rolls of either New Kent or King William. Perhaps Abraham Cook was paying the rent on this land.

[21] The Vestry Book and Register of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia 1706-1786 edited by Dr. C.G. Chamberlayne, (Virginia State Library, 1940), p23

[22] The other members of that road gang, presumably comprised of neighbors, included Anthony Waddy, Charles Lewis, William Meriwether, Jeremiah Parker, and Martin Baker. [Jeremiah Parker?s precinct supplied John Cooke to a later road gang.]

[23] Ibid., p210

[24] Ibid., p231 and 243

[25] Henry Bowe and John Anderson lived on Crump?s Creek. It appears that the earliest records reflect a fairly sparse population. The two road orders and the 1708 processioning district suggest the parties were all living in the area between Crump?s Creek and Totopotomoy Creek. By the 1711 processioning, enough people had moved into the area that the districts were geographically smaller. I also not (Chamberlayne, p86) that John Kimbrough and James Knuckles were mentioned in the area as early as 1704: ?Upon the petition of the upper inhabitants of this parish presented by John Kimburrow, James Nuckols and Richard Corley, laying down that they live very remote from the church, it is ordered that a new church or chapel be built (upon the upper side of Meachamp Creek adjoining to the King's Road)? Mr. John Kimburrow assuming to this vestry that he will give two acres of land convenient to said road and a spring and like wise all manner of timbers for building the said church.?

[26] Ibid., p267

[27] All dates herein are corrected to the Gregorian calendar

[28] The dispute between Harris and Kimbrough identifies the land as part of a patent to Edward Garland on the south side of the North Anna. Garland had several patents but the only one on the North Anna was his 1714 patent. This, incidentally, adjoined the later patent to Abraham Cook Jr.

[29] Virginia Patent Book 10, p395. (This patent does not appear in the index to patents.)

[30] Benjamin Clerk and Mary his wife, and John Simpson

[31] Virginia Patent Book 10, p396.

[32] Virginia Patent Book 11, p164.

[33] Virginia Patent Book 11, p160.

[34] Note that he may well have been dead when the patent was issued. The date on the patent is the date it was signed by the Governor, which was a minimum of several months after the application. I have seen several cases of patents signed after the applicant?s death, so it is certainly possible.

[35] Virginia Patent Book 13, p19 and p293, and Book 14, p215.

[36] Virginia Patent Book 12, p29.

[37] Hanover County, Virginia Court Records 1733-1735, Rosalie Edith Davis (1979), p24-25. Shirley Whatley had received two patents earlier that year, both located nearly on the Louisa County line west of Abraham Cook Jr., and it was apparently these patents which were being sold (See Virginia Patent Book 15, p216 and p231.)

[38] Ibid., p70

[39] Chamberlayne, p267.

[40] Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 2, p26.

[41] Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 3, p27 (John Cook?s account) and p32 (William Cook?s account).

[42] Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 3, p32.

[43] Virginia Patent Book 19, p935.

[44] Goochland County Deed Book ?, p421 and p423. Both dated 16 October 1744.

[45] Cumberland County Deed Book 2, p163.

[46] Virginia Patent Book 20, p26.

[47] Virginia Patent Book 25, p57.

[48] Virginia Patent Book 26, p571.

[49] Cumberland County Deed Book 4, p30.

[50] Virginia Patent Book 11, p160.

[51] Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 24, No. 2, p43.

[52] Brunswick County Deed Book 2, pp93-4

[53] Virginia Patent Book 23, p720

[54] Brunswick County, Virginia Deed Book 3, p76

[55] Lunenburg County, Virginia Will Book 1, p7

[56] Virginia Patent Book 34, p660

[57] The Vestry Book and Register of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia 1706-1786 edited by Dr. C.G. Chamberlayne, (Virginia State Library, 1940), p101

[58] Jeremiah Parker lived adjoining William Meriwether at that time, and in 1707 had been a member of the same road gang appointed to assist Abraham Cook. Martin Baker and Anthony Waddy were members of the same gang.

[59] Virginia Patent Book 19, p938.

[60] Virginia Patent Book 29, p71.

[61] Cumberland County Deed Book 4, p249.

[62] Virginia Patent Book 32, p58 (He is called merely John Cook, with no county of residence mentioned.)

[63] Virginia Patent Book 32, p682 and Book 38, p701.

[64] Buckingham County Deed Book 1, p3.

[65] Buckingham County Deed Book 1, p50.

[66] Cumberland County Will Book 2, p193.

[67] The Vestry Book and Register of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia 1706-1786 edited by Dr. C.G. Chamberlayne, (Virginia State Library, 1940), p23

[68] Goochland County Deed Book 4, pp476.

[69] Virginia Patent Book 26, p373. I should note that the delay between claiming the land and the signature date of the patent was normally anywhere from one to several years. As soon as Butler claimed the land and obtained a warrant, his interest was protected. The patent may not have been signed until months or even a year or two later.

[70] Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 3, p140.

932. John Landman, Sr. He was the son of 1864. William Landman. He married 933. Jane Barrow.

933. Jane Barrow

Notes for John Landman, Sr.:
Colonial Records of Virginia, List of the Livinge and the Dead in Virginia, February 16, 1623, Page 40
John Landman
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Wm. Landman found in:
Family Archive #503 Genealogical Records: Virginia Colonial
Records, 1600s-1700s
Listed in: Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume I
Page number: 561

The following Landman names are mentioned:

Landman, Jno. Bequest from Jno Tyngey. 1 Aug 1667
John Senr. Gives cattle to his sons Jno. Landman, Jr. and Wm. Landman. 20 May 1658.

Lanman, Mary. Dau. of Jno. Lanman dec'd. Apprenticed to Jas Claughton till 18. 22 July 1661.

Landman, Steph: Son of Jno. L. dec'd, chooses Jno. Aires his guardian. 21 Jan 1660/1.


Wm. Landman found in:
Family Archive #503 Genealogical Records: Virginia Colonial
Records, 1600s-1700s
Listed in: Cavaliers and Pioneers
Page number: 501

Wm. Landman, 200 acs. N'umberland Co., 18 Mar 1662, p. 329, (327). S. E. side Yeocomoco Riv., bounding N.E. upon land of the Orphants of George (or John) Knott, dec.d. & S. W. upon land of Anthony Lenton. Being part of a patent of 400 acs. granted to Hugh Lee 28 Mar 1660, since sold to John Landman & now due sd. William as brother and heir to sd. John.
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Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume I, Richmond County Records, 1692-1704, Page 249
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Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume I, Northumbria Collectanea, 1645-1720, A-L, Page 561

Jno. Landman Bequest from Jno. Tyngey 1 Aug. 1667 16.30
John Snr. Landman Gives cattle to his sons Jno. Landman, Jr. and Wm. Landman 14.144
Mary Landman Dau. of Jno. Landman dec'd. Apprenticed to James Claughton till 18 22 July 1661 2.144
Stephen Landman Son of Jno. Landman, dec'd. chooses Jno. Aires his guardian 21 Jan 1630/1. 2/137
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book 5, Page 501

Wm. Landman, 200 acs. N'umberland Co. , 18 Mar 1662, p. 329 (327). S.E. Yeocomoco Riv., bounding N.E. upon land of the Orphants (orphans?) of George Knott, dec'd., and S.W. upon land of Anthony Lenton. Being part of a patent of 400 acs. granted to Hugh Lee28 Mar. 1660, since sold to John Landman & now due sd. William as brother and heire to sd. John.
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Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666, Surnames, I-J, Page 185
Jones, Richard, 1648, by John Landmand, Nansimond Co.

Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666, Surnames, Q-R, Page 273
Read, John, 1648, by John Landman, Nansimond Co.

Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666, Surnames, Q-R, Page 277
Richard, Tho. , 1648, by John Landman, Nansimond Co.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book 2, Page 162
Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book 2, Page 197
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Landman, John
State: VA
County: Flourdien Hundred
Census/Enumeration year: 1624
The following additional information is provided about the record
source: VIRGINIA PIONEER
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Landman, John
State: VA
County: Virginia Colony
Location: Virginia
Census/Enumeration year: 1624
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Notes for Jane Barrow:
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Family Data Collection - Births





Children of John Landman and Jane Barrow are:
466 i. William Landman, born Abt. 1700; died 1727 in Richmond Co., Virginia; married Elizabeth Pugh.
ii. John Landman, Jr.
Notes for John Landman, Jr.:
Possibly the following:
Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume I, Richmond County Records, 1692-1704, Page 254

p. 15 Deed. 5 Feb. 1693/4. John Landman of Northfarnham Par., Richmond Co., planter, to William Smyth of same par. and Co., planter, for a valuable consideration, 101 acres, on W. side Totuskey Creek, adj. land of Mr. Robert Sisson, land of John Morgan, and land of Geo. Eale. Signed John Landman Wit.: Jos: Dike, (sic.) David Barwick. Rec. 20 Mar. 1693/4
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Landman, John
State: VA
County: Richmond Co.
Location: Lunenburg Parish
Census/Enumeration year: 1744
Census type code: Rent Roll


Landman, John
State: VA
County: Richmond Co.
Location: Lunenburg Parish
Census/Enumeration year: 1746
Census type code: Rent Roll




 
 
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10. ROBERT (*)4 HESTER (FRANCIS (*)3, ROBERT H. (*)2, FRANCIS1) was born Abt. 1730 in lived in Guilford County, NC, and died 1802 in Stokes County, NC. He married ELIZABETH.

Notes for ROBERT (*) HESTER:
Will of ROBERT HESTER -
Robert Hester, 1802. what little estate it has please God to lend me I bequeath and give in manner and form following to Witt: to Francis Hester what I have already given him supposing ten pounds... to my son James Hester out of my estate ten pounds... to my son Henry Hester an equal part with all my children of all my movable property and at the death of my wife the land whereon I now live ... to my daughter Ann Hester ten pounds which she already has received... to my son Stephen Hester ten pounds which he has already received, to my daughter Elizabeth ten pounds which she has already received to my son John ten pounds besides an equal division of my moveable property, to son Robert Hester ten pounds and an equal division of my moveable property to son William White ten pounds and an equal division of my moveable property, to my son Thomas Goodrick ten pounds and an equal division of my moveable property, to my daughter Polly Hester ten pounds and an equal division of my moveable property, I appoint my dear wife Elizabeth and my son Henry Hester Exrs. 18 day of October
Wit, John H. Pryor, Jurat, Will. W. Hester, Elizabeth Pryor, Pvd by oath of John H. Pryor

(copy received from John Tyler, do not have copy in my file as yet.)

Children of ROBERT HESTER and ELIZABETH are:
22. i. ROBERT (*)5 HESTER, SR., b. November 20, 1760, Granville County, North Carolina; d. Bef. June 1827, Person County, North Carolina.
23. ii. FRANCIS HESTER, b. February 13, 1767, Milford, Virginia; d. January 30, 1848, North Carolina.
iii. JAMES HESTER.
iv. HENRY HESTER.
v. ANN HESTER.
vi. STEPHEN HESTER.
vii. ELIZABETH HESTER.
viii. JOHN HESTER.
ix. POLLY HESTER.


11. JOHN4 HESTER (WILLIAM3, ROBERT H. (*)2, FRANCIS1) was born Abt. 1765 in Granville County, North Carolina, and died March 1819 in Stokes County, NC. He married MARTHA FRAZIER December 18, 1783 in Granville County, North Carolina.

More About JOHN HESTER:
Fact 1: January 07, 1819, will dated
Fact 2: March 1819, will proved in Stokes County, NC

Children of JOHN HESTER and MARTHA FRAZIER are:
24. i. ROBERT5 HESTER, b. 1785, Granville County, North Carolina; d. December 1843, Stokes County, NC.
ii. JEREMIAH HESTER, b. 1792; d. April 1821, Stokes County, NC.
iii. BENJAMIN HESTER, b. 1800; d. Aft. 1870; m. ABIGAIL LOMAX, February 24, 1824, Guilford County, North Carolina.
iv. MARTHA HESTER, b. 1804; m. DRURY WATSON, September 28, 1824.
v. FAITH HESTER, b. 1798; m. (1) THOMAS HESTER, JR., October 13, 1818; m. (2) SMITH FRAZER, March 30, 1820.
vi. ELIZABETH HESTER, b. 1808; m. JACOB FRAZER, December 03, 1824.
vii. NANCY HESTER, b. 1788; m. WILLIAM WHICKER, January 30, 1813.
viii. WILLIAM HESTER, b. 1783; m. AMY BARROW, Abt. 1805.
ix. LUCY HESTER, b. 1786; m. PHILLIP VOSS, December 30, 1808.
x. ELIJAH HESTER, b. 1794; m. FRANCES TATUM, September 30, 1816.
xi. MARY HESTER, b. 1789; m. JAMES OLIPHANT WICKER, December 21, 1813.


12. MARY4 HESTER (WILLIAM3, ROBERT H. (*)2, FRANCIS1) was born in Granville County, North Carolina. She married HUGH CURRIN Abt. 1785 in Granville County, North Carolina, son of JAMES CURRIN and ELIZABETH WHEELER.

Children of MARY HESTER and HUGH CURRIN are:
i. JOHN5 CURRIN, m. MARY RICE, December 18, 1802.
25. ii. LEMUEL CURRIN, b. Bef. 1786, Granville County, North Carolina; d. May 1844, Granville County, North Carolina.
iii. LARKIN CURRIN, b. 1786, Granville County, North Carolina; d. December 27, 1848, Granville County, North Carolina; m. (1) REBECCA BADGETT, June 27, 1826, Granville County, North Carolina; m. (2) PRISMANIAH KNOTT, March 28, 1834.
iv. BENJAMIN CURRIN, b. 1800; d. Abt. 1862, Granville County, North Carolina; m. (1) MISSINIAH KNOTT; m. (2) CHARITY KNOTT, November 29, 1824.
v. WILLIAM CURRIN, d. Abt. 1863; m. NANCY HESTER, January 21, 1806.
vi. NANCY CURRIN, b. Abt. 1800; m. LAMBERT HUDDLESTON, April 06, 1825.
vii. SUSANNAH CURRIN, b. 1802; d. 1840; m. SAMUEL BADGETT.
26. viii. JAMES CURRIN, b. Abt. 1787, Granville County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1865, Granville County, North Carolina.
27. ix. MARY ANN CURRIN.
28. x. WYATT CURRIN, b. Abt. 1799, Granville County, North Carolina; d. November 09, 1844, Granville County, North Carolina.


13. ROBERT4 HESTER (WILLIAM3, ROBERT H. (*)2, FRANCIS1) was born Abt. 1745 in Virginia, and died 1785 in Granville County, North Carolina. He married (1) CONSTANCE IVERSON PARHAM. He married (2) MARY.

Child of ROBERT HESTER and MARY is:
i. ROBERT5 HESTER.


14. ZACHARIAH4 HESTER (WILLIAM3, ROBERT H. (*)2, FRANCIS1) was born 1761 in Louisa County, Virginia, and died June 05, 1837 in Granville County, North Carolina. He married (1) DRUSCILLA BADGETT in Granville County, North Carolina. He married (2) ELIZABETH FRAZIER September 11, 1782 in Granville County, North Carolina, daughter of JEREMIAH FRAZIER and FATHY.

More About ZACHARIAH HESTER:
Fact 1: Additional information on children of Zachariah Hester obtained from WFT 3, #200

Children of ZACHARIAH HESTER and ELIZABETH FRAZIER are:
i. NANCY5 HESTER, b. 1783, Oxford, North Carolina; m. WILLIAM CURRIN, February 21, 1806.
ii. JOHN HESTER, b. 1785; m. FRANKY BATES, June 06, 1812.
iii. JEREMIAH HESTER, b. 1787, Oxford, North Carolina; m. MARY MAYNOR, May 24, 1815.
iv. BENJAMIN HESTER, b. 1788, Oxford, North Carolina; m. NANCY HARRIS, September 05, 1815.
v. FAITHY HESTER, b. 1790, Oxford, North Carolina; m. PATRICK O'BRIEN, March 19, 1808, Granville County, North Carolina.
vi. ELIZABETH HESTER, b. 1791, Oxford, North Carolina; m. JOHN BATES, June 22, 1816.
vii. MARY HESTER, b. 1793; d. Bef. 1838; m. JOHN GORDON, November 02, 1813.
viii. AFFIRE HESTER, b. 1795, Oxford, North Carolina; m. ISSAC DUNCAN, June 19, 1821.
ix. HAMILTON HESTER, b. February 11, 1796, Oxford, North Carolina; d. July 04, 1860; m. (1) FRANCES HUNT, October 25, 1821; m. (2) THERESA BADGETT, March 28, 1837; m. (3) SARAH E. WHITMORE, May 04, 1854, Person County, North Carolina.


15. WILLIAM4 HESTER, JR. (WILLIAM3, ROBERT H. (*)2, FRANCIS1) was born 1745 in Virginia, and died November 09, 1816 in Granville County, North Carolina. He married MARY FRAZIER December 27, 1780 in Granville County, North Carolina, daughter of JEREMIAH FRAZIER and FATHY.

Children of WILLIAM HESTER and MARY FRAZIER are:
i. MARTHA5 HESTER.
ii. AFFIRE HESTER.
iii. MARY HESTER.
iv. ROBERT HESTER.
v. WILLIAM HESTER.
vi. JOHN HESTER.
vii. JEREMIAH HESTER.
viii. BENJAMIN HESTER.
ix. LUCY ANN HESTER.
x. JENNIE HESTER.


16. ROBERT HESTER4 WICKER (MARY3 HESTER, ROBERT H. (*)2, FRANCIS1) was born 1738 in Hillsboro District, Chatham County, North Carolina, and died January 02, 1821 in Cape Girardeau County, MO. He married HANNAH SIMMONS HOLLEY Abt. 1757, daughter of NATHANIEL HOLLEY and JANE SIMMONS.

Notes for ROBERT HESTER WICKER:
In 1787, the land on which Warthen, GA stands was granted to Robert Heter Wicker by the government. A desposition of William Wicker, states that he and his father Robert were drafted into the Revolutionary War as private soldiers under Capt. John Blakney. William gave his d.o.b. as 22 December 1760 but beings the birth of his sister Jane is recorded as being 27 May 1760, William must have been confused perhaps as to the year he was born. They were residing at the time of the Revolutionary War in Chesterfield, SC. In the minutes of the Bethleham Baptist Church in Warthen, GA, Robert Wicker and his family were listed as being received in 1784 and dismissed in 1806. They were received 12 September 1807 into Bethel Baptist Church in Cape Girardeau County, Missouri. They are buried in the Old Bethel Church Cemetary near Jackson in Capte Girardeau. Their daughter Nancy Wicker Sheppard is also buried there. Jane Wicker English is buried in the English Family Cemetary in Cape Girardeau County, Missouri. At the time of Rachael's marriage to Benjamin Tennille, she owned land in Ga, granted to her or her 1st husband Mr. Deason as a Revolutionary War Veteran.

More About HANNAH SIMMONS HOLLEY:
Fact 1: Buried Old Bethel Church Cemetary, Jackson, Cape Girardeau, MO

Children of ROBERT WICKER and HANNAH HOLLEY are:
29. i. NATHANIEL HOLLEY5 WICKER, b. December 20, 1774, Chatham County, North Carolina; d. 1840, Washington County, Georgia.
ii. JANE WICKER, b. May 27, 1760, Chatham County, North Carolina; d. 1842, Cape Girardeau County, MO; m. THOMAS ENGLISH.
iii. WILLIAM WICKER, b. December 02, 1761, Chatham County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1837, Barbour County, Alabama.
iv. HANNAH WICKER, m. DEMPSEY HOLLAND.
v. RACHAEL WICKER, b. 1767, Chatham County, North Carolina; d. January 14, 1816, Ouachita Parrish, LA; m. BENJAMIN TENNILLE.
vi. SARAH WICKER, m. MEEDY WHITE.
vii. ROBERT E. WICKER.
viii. MARTHA WICKER.
ix. NANCY WICKER, b. 1777, Washington County, Georgia; d. August 07, 1843, Cape Girardeau County, MO; m. JOHN SHEPPARD, JR..
x. JAMES WICKER, b. Abt. 1789.
xi. JOHN WICKER.
xii. JULIUS WICKER.
 
 
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John Lemay Bible Records

Harris Hicks Revolutionary War Pension Aplicaation

John Hicks was the son of Harris Hicks and Temperance Sears.
He was the grandson of Absolam Hicks and Mary Harris.
He was the great-grandson of Sherwood Harris.
He was born May 20, 1790 Granville Co NC and died before 1853.

Polley F. (Lemay) Hicks must have died between the time her father made his will and the date of probate of the will in July of 1834. The records for John Hicks as guardian for his children's estate begin in August of 1834. The record in Feb. of 1837 states that the Hicks children received the "balance due the wards after paying for guardian bond, cash received of Samuel Lemay, executor of John Lemay deceased in part of ward's legacy".

John Hicks had remarried by 1840 as his household contained a female age 50-60. Where he lived after 1840 or what became of his children is not known. None of the family appear on the 1850 census or later Granville Co NC records.

Granville Co North Carolina Marriage Bond #3865.

John Hicks to Polly Lemay Oct. 23, 1816. Bondsman: David Satterwhite.
He son of Harris Hicks.



Granville County NC Guardian Accounts 1831-1841, p 224 ---- May Court 1835



Patsey, Cathrine, Fletcher, Minerva, Polly Ann and Nancy Hicks in account with John Hicks guardian makes charges from Aug. 1834 and gives balance for wards.


Granville Co NC Guardian Accounts 183l-41, p 270-27l ---- Feb. Court 1836



Martha C., Catherine, John Fletcher and Mary Ann Hicks in account with John Hicks, guardian, charged for board and tuition, credits with cash from Samuel Lemay, plus interest. Minerva Hicks also a ward.


Granville Co North Carolina Guardian Accounts, l83l-l84l, p 302 --- Aug. Court 1836.

Nancy Hicks in account with John Hicks, guardian, gives amount remaining from that received of Samuel Lemay after board and tuition paid.


Granville Co NC Guardian Accounts 183l-41, p 340 ---- Feb. Court 1837

Patsey Hicks, Catherine Hicks, Fletcher Hicks, Minerva Hicks, Polley Ann Hicks, and Nancy Hicks, my children in account with me, John Hicks, their guardian, Aug. Court 1834, balance due the wards after paying for guardian bond, cash received of Samuel Lemay, executor of John Lemay deceased in part of ward's legacy, and again received from Samuel Lemay
May Court 1835 and final amount balanced Jan. l, 1836 put to interest.

Granville County North Carolina Marriage Bonds


Samuel Cottrell to Catharine Hicks March 10, 1840. Bondsman: Thomas Rice.
Witness: J. M. Wiggins. She daughter of John Hicks

George W. Lumpkin to Martha C. Hicks Jan. 30, 1840.
Bondsman: Thomas D. Hays. Bond #3053.




John Lemay Bible Records


Births of two Hicks children but only the names are legible (Catherine and Martha C.)

John William De La Fletcher was born March 10, 1820.

Manervia Hicks was born Feb. 12, 1822.

Polley Ann Hicks was born Dec. 23, 1824.

Nancy Fullilove Hicks was born Aug. 4, 1826.

John Hicks was born May 20, l792 (Revolutionary Pension Application says May 20, 1790).




Revolutionary War Pension Application of Harris Hicks, wife Temperance



No W-4989.
Washington Co Virginia ---- July 26, 1853. Power of Attorney to John W. Stevens of Abingdon, VA from William Hicks, heir of Harris Hicks, a pensioner in the State of NC, in right of pension due the widow from March 4, 1836 to Sept. 29, 1848. Said pension in right of the widow of Harris Hicks, viz. "My mother Temperance Hicks who died on Sept. 29, 1848".


State of North Carolina, Orange Co, Superior Court of Law, Fall Term l832.
Before James Martin, one of the judges of the superior court of law and court of equity, appeared Solomon Whitlow, aged 70 years the 22 April 1832, a resident of Person Co NC, declared as follows: That at about the age of 3 years his parents removed from Hanover Co VA to Tabbs Creek, Granville Co NC. That his mother was the sister of Absolam Hicks who had married and settled in the neighborhood of' his father, within a mile or mile and half of him. That said Absolam Hicks died and left three sons, Bishop, Absolam and Harris Hicks.

Bishop Hicks was apprenticed to Thomas Norman, and Absolam and Harris Hicks were
bounds to Harry Melton to learn the "art and mystery? of a blacksmith. Before his apprenticeship was completed, the said Harris Hicks, contrary to the wish of his master, "Eloped" from him and enlisted as a soldier in the U.S. army under John Farrar in a 9 months tour of duty. This affiant has seen the affidavits of Benjamin Hester (0), Zachariah Hester, James Grisham Sr., Thomas Parham (Short) and Agnes Parham his wife, and fully concurs in the statements made by them. This affiant was a soldier with the said Harris Hicks in the tour of Charleston. (Mentioned death of Genl. Davidson, killed at the Catawba). Said Harris Hicks served as a substitute for Jeremiah Frazier Sr. and as pay received a mare and 2 cows and calves. He also served part of a tour as substitute for his uncle, David Hicks, the latter was in service and desired to return home to his family. Said Harris Hicks was without a wife and family, being a "young, active man". Said Harris Hicks returned home with a ?very sore leg", occasioned by the kick of a horse while on duty in this tour.
Later he joined the Light Horse, under Capt. John Henderson, Lt. John Dickerson, and Capt. Soloman Walker. Harris Hicks' old master, Harry Melton, told him (Harris Hicks) "if he had not run away from him and joined the army, he would not have had such a sore leg and be obliged to undergo the pain and misery of it --- and wished him to come and work with him in his shop ---telling him that if he would do so, he(?) sutton (?), would learn him a great deal in the Trade, which he had never learned him But Hicks declined". Harris Hicks' leg continued to bother him, and he got "old William Cocke to Doctor it for him and under his care it was entirely cured up--- But it very soon had like to have killed him and it broke out anew and then he felt some relief". Harris Hicks was also under the care of Mrs. Taylor, wife of Col. Joseph Taylor. James Satterfield and Thomas Morris of Person Co attest to the foregoing affidavit. An 1832 affidavit of Rankin McKee of Orange Co NC. Certified that he worked with Harris Hicks as a blacksmith, 12 or 14 years ago.


Sept. 10, 1838, Halifax Co North Carolina
Declaration of Mrs. Temperance Hicks, widow of Harris Hicks, aged 74 years,
re: his Rev. War service. That she married him on April l0, l784, and that he died in August l836. Signed by mark. She appeared before James J. Vaughan, a Justice of the Peace.
James J. Vaughan certified that the following page was cut from her family Bible containing ages of her children.

Absalom Hicks, the son of Harris and Temperance his wife, was born June 12, 1786.

Jane Hicks, daughter of Same, was born July lst, 1788.

John Hicks, son of Same, was born May 20th, 1790.

Elizabeth Hicks, daughter of Same, was born Sept. lst, 1794.

Willis Hicks, son of the Same, was born May 4th, 1797.

Polly Hicks, daughter of Same, was born Jan. 20, 1800

Robert Hicks, son of Same, was born 0ct. 17th, 1802.

William Hicks, son of Same, was born Aug. 29th, 1805.

Peyton Hicks, son of Same, was born March 7th, 1808.

Joseph John Hicks, son of Peyton and Eliza, was born Feb. 10th, 1832.

Elethe Caroline Hicks, daughter of the same, was born Jan. 9th, 1834.

Eliza Hicks, the wife of Peyton Hicks, was born June 16th, 1817

Temperance Hicks, the wife of Harris Hicks, was born Oct. 7th, 1765.


Granville Co North Carolina ---- Nov. 8, 1844.
Declaration of Willis Hicks, a resident of said County, aged 47 years, one of the children and heirs of Temperance Hicks, widow of Harris Hicks, who was a soldier in the North Carolina Militia in the War of the Revolution, and was placed on the North Carolina Pension Roll for Granville County under Act of l832. That said Pensioner was placed on the Pension Roll in May 1834 at $80 per annum. That Pensioner died April 6, l837, leaving a widow Temperance Hicks who died Sept. 29, 184l, leaving the following children surviving her, to wit: the declarant, Willis Hicks, John Hicks, William Hicks, Paiton Hicks, Robert Hicks, Jane Hicks and Mary who intermarried with Ransome Smith, all of lawful age.
"That the original Family Record is lost". Signed by name.

Washington Co Virginia ---- July 26, l853
Declaration of William Hicks, son of Harris Hicks (who received a yearly pension of $96 per year), that wife of Harris Hicks was Temperance Sears, married in l789 in Granville Co NC and they left issue: Absolom Hicks, Jane Hicks, Elizabeth Howell who is dead, Willis Hicks, Mary Hicks, Robert Hicks dead, William Hicks, Peyton Hicks, John Hicks dead.


Granville Co North Carolina ---- Sept. 4, 1838.
Affidavit of John Sears who stated that his sister Temperance Sears married Harris Hicks, Revolutionary War soldier, by Ambrose Barker at a place called Ellis in this county in l784.

 
 
1143 HICKS NOTES:

 
 
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WILLIS HICKS DEED IN GUILFORD COUNTY, NC 1779
Willis Hicks a tract of land containing one hundred acres lying and being in our county of Guilford on the water of Reedy Fork of Haw River. Beginning at Samuel Maxwells corner black oak................ 
 
1145 Northcumberland Co., Va., Wills, 1713-1770.
Humphris, Joseph
W. W. Feb. 9, 1769....W. P. June 12, 1769
Wife, Hannah- negro Woman, Sue, and Negro girl Jemine, for her
natural life, and at her death to be equally divided between
her children, George, John, and Susanna, to them and their
lawfully begotten heirs of their bodies.
Son, George Humphris- negro girl Frank.
Son, John Humphris-negro boy Anthony.
Daughter, Susanna Humphris- negro boy Charles, and if she should
die without heir , to return to my sons, George and John.
Son, Elijah Humphris- one shilling and no more.
Son, Uriah Humphris- one shilling and no more.
Son, Joseph Humphris- one shilling and no more.(Jackson Co., Ga.)
Son, Spencer Humphris- one shilling and no more.
Dau., Sarah Humphris- one bed and furniture, and one shilling
and not any more.
Dau., Elizabeth Johnson- one shilling and no more.
Dau., Diana Edwards- one shilling and no more.
Dau., Sinar Haynie- one shilling and no more.
James Daughity, and Charles Nelms, exe.
Witness: Eben Nelms and John Daughity.
Adm. granted to Elijah Humphris.
Northcumberland Co., Va., Wills 1770-1816
Page 147
Humphris, John, Sr., of St. Stephens Parish
W.W. 10/22/1781--- W.P. 2/11/1782
Wife Ann Humphris-the plantation I now live on, negro man
Tom, my riding horse and side saddle, and one cow and calf,
during her natural life, which is exclusive of one third of
my movable estate.
Son, Joseph Humphris-the land my grandson John Humphris now
lives on during his natural life, and at his death to grand-
son John Humphris, son of my son Joseph Humphris.
Grandson John Humphris, son of my son John-the plantation
I now live on after decease of my wife, and should he have
no lawfully begotten heirs, the land to go to John Humphris,
son of my son George Humphris.
Son John Humphris-one feather bed, one pr. of sheets, one
blanket, two cows four sheep, and one sm. chest.
Wife-to have two sheep more than her thirds.
Grandson Elias Humphris-one cow and one sheep.
Grandson John Humphris, son of George Humphris-one bed which
formerly lay on a low bedstead, one cow and two shears, and
one iron pot.
To Wm. Humphris Pickren, son of my grandson John Pickren-one
heifer.
To John Wood, son of Joseph Wood-one heifer.
Rest of my estate after death of my wife-to be equally
divided between my son Joseph Humphris, and his two
sons John and Elias Humphris, my son John Humphris, and
his son John Humphris, and John Humphris, son of my son
George Humphris.
Wife and son Joseph Humphris, executors.
Witness: Kenner Cralle and Elizabeth Lealand.
Presented in Court by Anne Humphris, the executrix.




The following was taken from a photocopy of Exact Writing.
Uriah Humphries File- War of 1812
From the Commissioner of Pensions, Dept. of the Interior:
The State of Alabama, Randolph County.....
On this the Sixth day of November, A.D.-One Thousand Eight Hundred
and Fifty, Personally appeared before me- Justice of the Peace within
and for the said County and State Aforesaid Uriah Humphries(eis)* aged
Seventy Two Years, a resident of Chambers County and State of Alabama-
who after beiing duly sworn according to law declared that he is the
Identical Uriah Humphries* who was a Private in the Company commanded
by Capt. Nehemiah Garrison in the Reg. of Ga. drafted men- Commanded
by Col. Groves in the War with Gr. Britain declared by the U.S. on the
18th day of June, 1812, that he was drafted at Jefferson in the County
of Jackson in the State of Ga. on or about the 1st day of Nov., A.D.,
1814 for the term of Six Months and continued in actual service in said
War for the term of five and a half months and was honorably discharged
at Ft. Hawkins in the State of Ga. on or abt. the 15th day of April, A.D.
1815 as will appear by the Muster Roll of said Company.

He makes this declaration for the purpose of obtaining Bounty Land to
which he may be entitled under an Act Granting Bounty Land to Certain
Officers and Soldiers who have been engaged in the Military service
of the U.S.; passed the 28th of Sept., A.D., 1850.
Signed: Uriah Humphries

The within sworn to and subscribed before me the day and year within
written, and I do hereby Certify that I believe the said Uriah Humphries*
to be the Identical man who served as within stated and that he is of the
age THEREIN STATED...
Signed: Benjamin Reaves, J.P.




Clarke County Ga. Court House Records...Will Book-A
Humphries, Uriah
Last Will and Testament dated July 26, 1816.
Caveat overruled and will admitted to probate March 21,1818.
States that his three daughters Leddy, Polly and Mariah, have
already been provided for. Bequeaths to wife Nancy, and son
Joseph, dau. Patsy, son Elijah, son Presley, son Mattison,
and dau. Julia Ann Humphries. He states "I have had a number
of children by another woman in Va. before I came to Ga.; all
have been provided for, but they will probably try to claim
a portion of my estate. Their names are Mary Ann McLeod,
Betsy Tigner, Henderson, Nancy Kimberling, Judy Lane, George
Washington Humphries and Uriah Humphries. Exe. William Cole
Stevens and Edward Paine.


Taken from Court Records Clarke Co. Georgia

State of Georgia
Clarke County

Know all men by this presents that Nancy Humphries,
George W. Moon and Daniel Nowlin are held and bound
unto their Honor, the Justice of the Court of Ordinary
for said County, and their successors in office, in the
just and full sum of five thousand dollars, for the
payment of which sum to the said Judges and their
sucessors, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executers,
and administrators Jointly and Securally, firm by these
presents, sealed with our seals and dated this seventh
day of July, 1817.
The bondition of the above obligation, is such that
whereas the said Nancy Humphries, is this day appointed
guardian to Joseph Humphries, Elijah Humphries, Presley
Thorton Humphries, Maddison Tigner Humphries, and
Julian Humphries, orphans of Uriah Humphries, deceased,
now if the said Nancy, do well and truly demean herself
as guardian aforesaid, agreeably to letters of
guardianship bearing date herewith ans agreeable to have
in such case made and provided the above obligation to
be void otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.
Signed, Nancy "her X mark" Humphries
George W. Moon
Daniel Nowlin

Book K-pg. 14
Uriah Humphries for love and affection to dau. Polly
Humphries of Clarke Co., Ga.- and sum of $200 paid by
Polly and land 250 acres, beginning near County Road
to Akin and Joseph Lawrence at mouth of branch. 47
chains to James Akin Juner(now dead and one negro
girl named Lucinda, bed and furniture also a horse or
mare worth $50 and saddle and bridle, 2 cows, and
$20 worth of hogs at her arrival of age of 18 years or
on her marriage, or if she marry, before coming of age
of 18 years. May 7, 1819.
Recorded, Mar. 29, 1815

Book K-pg. 15
Same as before to Polly Humphries, corner to 250 acres
property is to continue in my hands as executer for dau.
until she arrives to the age of 18 yrs. at which time
she is to receive full possession. Sept. 15, 1813.
Recorded, March 30, 1815

Book I-pg. 147
Steven Thomas and Edward Paine, of Clark appointed
Executers of Last Will and Testament of Uriah Humphries,
not convient to ask for Major Thomas Mitchell to be
appointed. May 4, 1818.
Recorded, June 15, 1818

Book G-pg. 197
Uriah Humphries of Clark Co.,Ga., sold land to Hannah
Crockston of Clarke for $300.

Book G-pg. 199
Uriah Humphries to dau. Liddey Humphries land in
Clarke Co., Ga., on federal land road know as Shinnot
Place-250 acres.

Book I-pg. 171
Simeon Lane and Judith, his wife, George W. Humphries,
James Kimberling, and Nancy, his wife, and Alexander
Henderson and Betsy, his wife and Norman McCloud and
Marion his wife, Heirs of Uriah Humphries, late of said
county deceased devers good causes us thereunto moving
have constituted and appoint and by these presents
do constitute and appoint George Swain, Jr. our true
Attorney-- heir claim tract of land 800 acres in
Jackson Co., on Beach Creek. Land in Clarke on Turkey
Creek purchased by Uriah of Ignatus Few. Tract of land
on Sandy Creek, partly in Jackson and partly in Franklin
700 acres. Land at Gum Spring- Clarke Co., and all
others in Ga., which Uriah had at the time of his
death. Signed:
Simeon Lane Judith Lane
G.W. Humphries James Kimberling for
Nancy Kimberling
Alexander Henderson Norman McCloud
Betsy Henderson Maryann McCloud
Recorded, December 23, 1819.

Book Q-pg. 29--Feb. 28, 1829, Clarke Co., Ga.
Nancy Humphries to ransom for $200 land in Clarke Co.,
Ga., on waters of Middle Fork of Oconee River, being
part of the tract of land conveyed by deed of gift
from Uriah Humphries to Mariah Humphries as bounded
as follows to Mariah's land and also in T. Mitchells--
line--down branch containing fifty acres more or less
including plantation whereon said Nancy now lives.

Excerpt from "Gone to Ga."

981 Uriah Humphries 210010-21210-0
Uriah Humphries the elder was a leading citizen of
Botetourt Co., Va., a consable, keeper of the ordinary,
a merchant, and a soldier. The first of the family in
Augusta Co., Va., appear to have been James and William
Humphries, granted land there June 20/25, 1747, although
William was in the vicinity as early as 1742, when he
served in the militia. William was dead before Sept. 16,
1747, leaving an orphan James. James, Sr. moved to Rowan
Co., N.C., prior to Sept. 13, 1763, when he sold his land
on a branch of James River to Henry Smith. Uriah served
under Captain Posey in the French and Indian wars c1758,
for which he asked for bounty land in 1870. Beginning
May, 1771, Uriah began to buy large quantities of land,
some of which he and his wife Sarah sold Aug. 6, 1782. He
furnished horses for Col. Wm. Christian's Cherokee Indian
expedition in 1776 and 1783, Uriah and John Humphries were
in Capt. Joseph Pryors militia company. Among the many land
transactions, Uriah bought in 1792 land granted David Mays,
in 1787 (see Uriah's neighbor just below , Stephen Mays).
During the period 1771-1792, Uriah appeared almost on
every page of the Botetourt Co., Order Book, and held a
variety of positions. An interesting sidelight on the
mercantile business of the time is given by a suit by Uriah
against Hollingsworth, Johnson & Company(Augusta Co.,
Judgements, O.S. 2, N.S. 1). Showing the removal from
Botetourt Co., to Ga. is given in another suit, Henderson vs.
Uriah Humphries, O.S. 171, N.S. 60, Uriah giving his answer
to the suit, from his new home in Clarke Co., Ga. (where
Uriah left a will).
During this period, various members of the family had moved
over to Rowan, Wilkes, Rockingham, and Surry Counties, N.C.
joining James Humphries who had moved there during earlier
Indian disturbances, and also in Va. counties, notably Henry,
along the N.C.- Va. boundary. A number of these families
moved to S.C., being found in Union and Spartanburg Dist.
and onto Pendleton Dist., where in 1800, David, George,
and William were enumerated, David having moved from Surry
Co. between 1795 and 1796 (Anderson Co., S.C., Deed Bk. CD,
pps. 143, 337). (See 1800 Census of Pendleton, p. 93).
Uriah Humphries witnessed in Jackson Co., Mar. 24, 1801,
a deed from Ignatius Few to Wm. Pentecost, and on Sept. 28,
Uriah bought of Harris and Williamson for $1050, 750 acres
in Jackson Co., where Edward Reighley was then living, orginally
granted to John Gorman, Joseph Humphries (who left a Jackson will)
was one of the orig. judges at the first Jackson Court, Aug.1,
1796. In the 1805 lottery, George, John, Joseph, Shadrack,
Uriah and William (2) Humphries were listed. Only Uriah-- a
younger man than the Va. soldier was enumerated in Jackson
in 1820, but in Gwinnett Co., were John Humphrey (No.30), Shadrack
(no. 416), and George Humphries (No.452). Also in 1820, Nancy was
in Clarke Co., Isaac in Walton Co., and others were in Jasper,
Oglethorpe, and various others Ga. counties. James and Shadrack
were listed in the 1827 Walton County lottery.




Culpepper Co., Va. Will Book A 1749-1770
Will of Jon Humphrey, Nov. 16,1766
John Humphrey of Brumfield Parrish in the Co. of Culpepper
being sick and weak.
Unto my son James Humphrey the plantation whereon he nows lives.
Unto my son Benjamin Humphrey a parcel of land containing one
hundred acres that I bought lately of Jeremiah Cornin being
part of a tract of land whereon he lives and the said one hundred
acres of land not being acknowledged to me my desire is that the
land be acknowledged to my son Benjamin Humphrey.
Unto my aforesaid son James Humphrey and Jesse Humphrey two
hundred acres of land laying in the great Fork Rappahannock
River being a part of a tract belonging to Alexander McQueen
bounded by a tract belonging to Colo. Tutt and Capt. Yancy,
equally divided between my above said two sons James and Jesse
Humphrey.
Unto my son Jonathan Humphrey the plantation whereon I now live.
I give my wife the liberty to take any one of the above said
plantatnions to live upon whenever she pleases and which she
pleases during her lifetime without molestation.
Unto my daughter Mary Humphrey the corner cupboard that is fixed
up in my house.
Unto my wife Margaret Humphrey all my household furniture and all
the rest of my estate during her life and at her decease to be
equally divided among my following children(viz): Benjamin, Jesse,
Jonathan, Mary, Bathsheba, and Charity Humphrey, and in case my
wife my wife should be with child at the time of my decease and
the child should be born alive the said child to have an equal part
of my estate with aforesaid six children.
I likewise constitute my wife whole executrix during her life
and my son James Humphrey and my brother Wm. Humphrey and Mr.
John Fitzchew executers after her decease.
John Humphrey
Wit:
John(J.) Roberts
William (x) Daniel
James Barker

May 21, 1767. Exhibited to the Court by Margaret Humphrey the
executrix. Proved by the oath of John Roberts and Wm. Daniel.
James Humphrey son and heir at law came into Court and declared
he had no objection to the probate thereof.





Will of Benjamin Humphrey of Ohio Co., Kentucky
Will Bk. C...page 72.

Will of Benjamin Humphrey, asks that all of perishable estate
be immediately sold, and out of the proceeds, all of his just
debts and funeral expenses be paid. Gives to wife, Elizabeth
Humphrey, all household and kitchen furniture, including 1/3
of the sheep, two cows, one mare and colt, and one year's
provisions, to have and dispose of as she sees fit and proper.
Also all the land, including the mansion house, during her
natural life, and at her death , the same to my son Joseph
Humphrey, but he to take care of his mother. To son Richard
E. Humphrey 51 acres of land, beginning at the southwest
corner of the testator's 100 acre tract. All the rest of the
estate, both real and personal, to be equally divided among
the children: Raughley Humphrey, John Humphrey, Timothy
Humphrey, James P. Humphrey, George B. Humphrey, or his heirs,
Richard Humphrey, Abijah Humphrey, Sarah Brown, Margaret
Brashears, Matilda Neelay, Almira P. Graddy, Elizabeth Humphrey,
Lucretia J. Tanner, forever. Appt's son Richard E. Humphrey
as Exe. July 19, 1847. John A. Taylor and Daniel Lindsey, wit.
Probated Nov. Court 1847. Richard E. Humphrey qualified, and
entered into bond of $600.00 with Rolly Humphrey his surety.



Chester Dist., S.C. John Humphries.

In the name of God, Amen. I, John Humphries, of Chester Dist.
in the State of North Carolina, Sandy River, being weak of
body but of perfect mind and memory thanks to God therefore
calling to mind that it is appt'd for all men once to Die
to make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner
and form following that is to say I recommend my Soul into
the hands of Almighty God who gave it and my body to be
interred in Christian form as touching such worldly estate
as it has pleased God to confer upon me in this life I gave,
devise and Disposeof the same in the following manner, to
wit: In the first place I allow all my just debts and funeral
charges to be fully paid.
Itam, I give and bequeath to my beloved son, Amos Humphries,
one negro boy named Dan and half of all my land except the
mill tract and the feather bed.
Itam, I give to my son, Charner Humphries, the other half of
my land except the mill tract to wit 265 acres whereon I now
live and one hundred twelve acres in another tract to be
equally divided as aforesaid and one negro boy named Joe and
one feather bed and one black horse named Bell.
Itam, I give to my dau., Casandra Brandon, one negro girl
named Cloey.
Itam, I give to my daughter, Agnes Humphries, one negro woman
names Agga at her marriage with her increase except the second
child that from this date shall be born and one feather bed
and furniture and fifty dollars out of my crop of cotton on
hand.
Itam, I give to my son, David Humphries, one negro boy named
Frank and one feather bed.
Itam, I give to my dau., Frances Stokes, the use and service
of one negro girl named Ginny til Ginny comes of age the age
of twenty one years, and then to be set free to live with
my wife and dau., Agnes under their care---
Itam, I give to my belove wife, Elizabeth Humphries, one negro
woman named Cloey her lifetime and the use of my plantation or
a support from the same together with all my stock of Black
Cattle Hogs and sheep and horses and farming tools all to
Remain with her lifetime and after her death to be sold and
equally divided among all my children.
Itam, I do hereby ordain constitute and appoint my son Amos
Humphries and Thomas Humphries Exe. of my last will and
testaments and do hereby revoke all other wills and bequeaths
or anything appertaining thereto by me in any wise. Ratifying
this my last will and testament in witness whereof I have set
my hand and seal, Nov. 12,1814, in presence of:
us his mark
/s/ Micheal Gore John(x)Humphries
his mark
Thos.(x)Bennett
/s/ Amos Tims

Probated Feb. 3, 1815. Orig. Will filed in Apt. No.27, Pkg.
No. 380, recorded in Will Bk. E at page 343- Office of Probate
Judge for Chester Co., S.C.

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1146 From: wyly1@juno.com
Subject: Re: [SouthernTrails] Trail of Tears
Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2001 17:54:34 -0500


Hello, Betty, you should ER the Book CHEROKEE SUNSET- a NATIOIN
BETRAYED- A Narrative of Travail, and triumph, persecution, and exile,
Illustrated- by Samuel Carter III Doublerday, Library #970.3- Carter.

This book has the activities of pages 3,4,92,95,135

During the War of 1812, Andrew Jackson was pinned down on the Tallapoosa
in brush by Creek Indians. They, like the Seminoles, sometimes sided with
the Creek and attempted to collect British pay for American Scalps. Gen.
John Coffee was across the river on a bend with 1000 Troops, almost all
Cherokee or mixed breeds. Sam Houston was across the river with Jackson
and John Ross, the "Principal Chief" in New Echota- Cherokee Capitol.
John Ross got tired of being fired on without action from Jackson and
swam the river to join Coffee's troops.

The Cherokees also grew impatient and several jumped in the river and
swam across and stole the Creek Indian canoes and floated back across the
river, with a large firing squad firing with deadly accuracy at the
Creeks, keeping them away from the canoes and shore. Then Jackson started
a brush fire to rout the Creeks, who began jumping in the river. The
Cherokee and Gen. Coffee were killing a Creek with each shot- in the
River or trying to get to it.

The Ridge, son John Ridge, and others Stand Waite or his dad and brother
Elias Boudiant , and several other half or 1/4 breeds who went home and
made the mistake of getting College degrees, starting prosperous Georgia
Plantations with slaves, who sometimes married into the family, Andrew
Jackson could not stand to see the Indians prosper with their own
constitution and Cherokee newspapers. These were the same Indians who Sam
Houston lived with in Arkansas, where they assigned a 24 hour detail to
watch Sam Houston to sober him up, before he left for Texas These earlier
Cherokees left before the forced Trail of Tears and were settled and had
good land in Cherokee Nation West from Mississippi River to Fort Smith to
west I.T. , headquarted in Tahlequah. One of Great Grandad's nephews, son
of William Clark Wyly of Habersham \County, Ga. then Tyler, Texas,
descendant of a Foreman. These Foremans, and others, including Blackburns
of War Eagle River Grist Mill, Ark. came about the same time. Foremans
came voluntarily on a log boat about 100 feet long with two stories of
Rooms. The Govt. sent a Tug boat to take them down river to Arkansas.
There 4 to 6 boats tied to the tug- each 100 feet long & two story.

During this time, Principal Chief John Ross of New Echota met several
times with his friend of 1812, Pres. Andrew Jackson. Eastern Cherokee
stories say "Old Chola was at his Cups to often" Drinking, and generally
fitting a stage of Altheimer's only then they thought it was Alcohol
caused John Ross kept telling his people to sit tight until Jackson came
to his senses. He didn't and the remaining Cherokees were rounded up,
their plantation homes burned, livestock taken by white settlers, and
they were rounded up and put in a log Stockade and several smaller ones
until John Ross returned. His follower refused to treaty with Jackson
again, so , as northers started blowing, the forced marches the Trail of
Tears was seeing Indians and Mixed breeds, better educated than their
guards, walking in rain and wind and cold . Jesse Bushyhead and John
Foreman, Cousins and ancestors of Tahlequah Wylys above, were ordained
Missionary Baptist Ministers and built pole bleachers inside Camp Hetzel
and held daily Bible Studies and Prayer meetings. They were descended
from Gen. Jopseph Martin and Capt. John Stuart, Rev. War. Jesse worked
from Georgia Missionary Baptist board preaching and translating for
treaty meetings.

Also, Gen, James Rutherford Wyly, grandfather of William Clark Wyly
above, was a Coffee - Cleveland grandchild. Gn. Wyly was second in
command of 700 Anglo and 400 Cherokees who fought the Seminoles in
Florida. They sacked and burned Talahassee and 2 or 3 others before
loosing a battle . Ga. Militia Gen. Ben Cleveland was present- another
grandchild of Col. Ben and a Coffee descendant. Not sure when they earned
the Militia General titles.

John Edward Payne was actor, journalist, and song writer, was jailed for
his strong support of the Cherokees.he wrote HOME SWEET HOME. It was a
song my mom used to play on her Mandolin Gituar- a picked Auto harp,
sitting on our front Porch in Erath County, Texas. She was born in 1900
in Hope, Arkansas with Copeland- Carey- Stone- Hipp roots in South
Carolina, Tennessee, and Ark.

Gen. Coffee, Col. Sevier, Cols Thomas and George Gillespie and others
were friendly to the Indians but followed orders of Jackson. when
rounding up outlaws and rebels. The Indians were their own worst enemy.
Had th3e united American history would have been different.

Take care, sorry I rambled,
Charles A. Wyly

P.S. You should also find the book called "The Trail of Tears " book. I
had one , somewhere. Also, visit the Eastern Cherokee pageant at
Cherokee, N.C outdoor theatre with scenery & buildings on Railroad
tracks to change scenery durinfg the pageant. Park by the library and
Amusement park and ride a school bus there. We noticed several Oklahoma
license plates, chasing their roots.  
 
1147 ______________________________________________
From: "Charles A. Wyly"
Subject: [SEVIER] Fw: Re: [Southern-Trails] MARTIN
Date: Tue, 30 May 2000 05:49:09 -0500


--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Charles A. Wyly"
To: mthiesse@swbell.net
Cc: wyly1@juno.com
Date: Tue, 30 May 2000 03:58:37 -0500
Subject: Re: [Southern-Trails] MARTIN
Message-ID: <20000530.035926.-173167.1.Wyly1@juno.com>

Hi,
get a copy of TRAVELLER'S REST AND THE TUGALOO CROSSROADS by Robert
Eldridge Bouman, copyright 1980- third edition 1992 from your library or
State of Georgia, Department of Natural Resources, Parks, recreation and
Historic sites division, Historic Preservation section, Atlanta. It has
pictures and 150 plus pages of Indians, Waltons, Martins, Wylys, Jarrett
and Lucas, Clevelands, & others living in the Cherokee Nation on leased
land mostly around Clarkesville, Toccoa, and Owl Swamp.

Chapter 4 P.27 ays Joseph Martin was one of the foremost of the
Woodrunners which included Col. Ben Cleveland, my ancestor, Daniel Boone,
and Jesse Walton. Gen.Martin married a supoerior woman, Sarah Lucas, but
would not settle down. He and Col. Ben Cleveland would drink until noon.
Cleveland moved into S.Carolina and Martin stayed. , 1740. Martin was a
friend of Patrick Henry.
In 1769 Martin led a group from Virginia on another tour of the Indian
countryIn 1769 he led a party to Powell's Valley, Western Va. and stayed
5 years. He abandoned it again in June, 1776. There was a father and son
named Joseph Martin and apparently a third one shows up ocasionally.
]
Gen. Martin married Betsy Ward, dau. of Bryant Ward and Nancy, widow of
Mankiller , her first husband died by her side in combat and she
continued to fight.
He also married Susannah Graves in 1784. Martin said David McClosky of
Tugaloo led a raid on a quiet village of Cherokees who disturbed no one.
This was at TeuchtorreThe general's son Joseph Jr. was 13 in 1798 and
another Joseph Martin showed up on the Tugaloo near Toccoa. He was not
apparently kin to Gen. Martin- watch the players- three Josephs now, so
check dates carefully. The generaL'S SON bRICE ALSO HAD A SON NAMED
jOSEPH. tHAT'S 4. tHIS LATTER jOSEPH MARRIED mARY wALTON, DAUGHTER OF
jESSE wALTON, WHO LEFT HIS FIRST iNN AT tRAVELLER'S REST FOR THE gEORGIA
gOLD fIELDS AND LET jOSEPH SELL THE PROPERTY TO gEN jAMES rUTHERFORD
WYOY, my ancestors. He was the grandson of Col. Ben Cleveland and she the
granddaughter of Col. John Sevier and dau. of Elizabeth Sevier and Major
Clark of Clarkesville, Ga. Elizabeth died when Sarah was 7 and she lived
with her grandad Sevier, where she married James R. Wyly, then of Blount
County, Landin or Louden Tennessee. They moved down the Turnpike he
agreed to build and lived in Hiawasse before moving to Toccoa.
He sold the Traveller's Rest inn , which still stands, to a Jarrett and
his Jarrett- Lucas kin lived there until the State of Georgia opened it,
complete with blacksmith shop and upstairs spinning and weaving room
enterred from a ramp from the upstairs of the main building, made of
Cypress.

Let's see, didn't one Martin marry a Lucas? Some of the Blount County,
Tennessee Wylys did.You will see the same persons on the census or tax
rolls in Blount County, Tennessee and Cass, Gordon, and Habersham
Counties, Ga. They moved if Indians acted up or no rain and returned
later depending on conditions One had a store and boat near Greeneville
,,Tennessee, think he was Lucas Wyly with kin in Georgia. State of
Georgia says the Inn was owned by 3 families. I am beginning to suspect
one family- loosely extended, like that Kudzu vine, may have owned it
besides the Cherokees and Georgia. Wylys ran the inn 1812 to the 1840's
when Sarah filed for divorce and J.R. married Francis Wallace in
Clarkesville and raised her daughter Emily Bradshaw and Absolam
Cleveland's son John Cleveland. His Uncle John , Col. Ben's son, can be
explained in the Georgia Black Book as having severe liquor problems at
one time.
Sarah never remarried. Neither Clark or Sevier is mentioned on her
headstone, just Sarah Wyly. She and J'R. are buried in old Cemetery 1
block west of downtown Clarkesville with a child between and Gen. Ben,
their friend and Col. Ben's grandson, buried near by with War of 1812
medalions on their graves. Sarah lived with her older Tennessee born
sons, including Oliver Cromwell Wyly and Clark of Tyler, later. so my
great grandad and 10 Siblings came to Texas repeating the stories of
Clevelands, Seviers, Wylys, and the Rev. War and some read Latin Vulgate
Bibles . I suspect this was from Sarah's training in Knoxville. Wish I
had listened more to what one cousin heard from them. but I didn't.

I think you would like the book It has taken me 10 years to digest it
There may have been a shorter version sold at the inn at one time. There
is a rock in the back yard with carvings as yet not interpreted. The book
has Bibliographies and many maps and photos and much early Indian
history.

Jerry Taylor of Hiawasse and Young Harris Ga. is an expert on the era
above and wrote for the Ga. Centenial and other events.

Take care,
Charles A. Wyly



On Tue, 30 May 2000 00:51:34 -0500 malinda jones
writes:
>Hello Charles.....
>
>Gen Joseph Martin is a fascinating man ......I don't know whether he
>is Ann
>Martin's ancestor or not. What VA county was he born in ?...and do you
>know
>who his parents were ?
>
>I have another Martin line which may or may not connect with either
>Ann
>Martin or Gen Joseph. This one descends from John Martin and his son
>Henry
>Martin (c 1708 in St. Peter's Parish Church) of New Kent Co VA.
>
>It is also possible that I descend from Thomas Graves' daughter who
>married a
>Kimbrough....not sure about that one. I have several cousins who
>descend from
>that line though. Tidewater VA was a small world.
>
>Thanks for the input...........malinda 
 
1148 Jones County Georgia
Tax digest, 1811-1823
Family History Library
United States & Canada Film
470353


1813 Capt. Lewis Winns Dist.
Caleb Willingham 1 poll no property

1814 Capt. Lewis Winns Dist.
Caleb Willingham 1 poll no property


1817
William Glass adj. Willis Falling Creek



1817 pg 200
Hillery Pratt adj. Whatley Ocmulgee

1817 pg 210
Caleb Willingham 1 slave 150 acres adj Thompson Ocmulgee River

1817
Stephen Satterwhite Pope Falling Creek

1817 pg 210
Green Williamson Pope Falling Creek

1817 pg 212
Robert Mitchell adj. Middlebrooks Falling Creek

1817 pg 205
Reuben Slaughter Falling Creek


1817
Joel Willis adj Sander Falling Creek

1817
Thomas Middlebrooks adj Willis Falling Creek

1817 Page 128

James Mclain Huggins Pratts Creek

1817? pg 212
Alexander Cadenhead adj Glass Ocmulgee River

Jos. Dunn adj Glass Ocmulgee River

John Dunn adj Cadenhead Ocmulgee River

1818 pg 253
William Sims owns land in Jones and Oglethorpe

1818 pg 284
Edmund G. Sims by Carothers, James and George



1818 pg 293 Capt. Seals
Joel Willis adj Sanders Falling Creek
Nathaniel Sanders adj Willis Falling Creek

William Glass Adj Willis Falling Creek

Thomas Middlebrooks adj Willis Falling Creek

Stephen Satterwhite pg 293 adj Driver Falling Creek

Robert M. J. Mitchell adj Gill Falling Creek

John Cadenhead Falling Creek

James S. SMith adj. Nathan Childs Fishing Creek

pg 296
Caleb Willingham 4 slaves 150 acres adj Waldrop Ocmulgee River

next to Caleb
John Finch adj. Adams Ocmulgee river mentions Moss Orphans

Noah Buis adj Childs Ocmulgee River

David Satterwhite adj Wynn Falling Creek

Green Williamson adj Thornton Falling Creek

1819 pg 370
Henry Bailey adj Sayers Ocmulgee

William Glass 7 slaves no land ( a William Glass is in Jasper County in 1830 that seems to be the same. Wonder if he sold his land and in the process of moving to Jasper Co.

Pg 372
Caleb Willingham 5 slaves 200 acres adj Sayers Ocmulgee River


pg 380
William Williamson adj Ellis Butler


1821
pg 462
Stephen Satterwhite adj Middlebrooks Falling Creek

pg 464
John Driver adj Willingham Ocmulgee River

John Smith adj Satterwhite Falling Creek
for Patience Simmons

1821
Caleb Willingham 4 slaves 200 acres adj Gammon Ocmulgee River he also has 490 acres Applin Co and 490 Irwin Co.

pg 473
Wm. Willis Jr. adj Gammon Omculgee River

1823 pg 599not complette
Blake Fit jarrell by Newby

mention of William Trimlbe and John Trimble unsure what it meant 502 Burke



 
 
1149 Fleming, Bailey, Jeremiah Middleton notes for research



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Ancestors of Roscoe Clinton Myers

410. Edward~ Minty, born Abt. 1702 in probably Richmond County, VA; died Bef. 02 Sep 1745 in Richmond County, VA. He married 411. Margaret Fleming.

411. Margaret Fleming, born 25 Mar 1692 in probably Richmond County, VA; died 05 May 1755 in Richmond County, VA. She was the daughter of 822. Alexander Fleming, Sr and 823. Sarah Kennedy.

Notes for Edward~ Minty:
[myersfamily3.GEDjuly05.GED]

Virginia Colonial Abstracts
Northumbria Collectanea 1645-1720 M to Z
p 577

Minty, Edw. formerly sold land in Westmoreland Co to Geo Leasure. 17th N ov 1708. 17.59.

Northumbria Collectanea 1645-1720 A to L
p 583

Leasure, George. Will. dated 17 Nov 1708. prob 20 Apl 1709. To dau Han nah: land pur of Edw Minty in Westmoreland Co...22 Mar 1710/11. 17.59.
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RICHMOND COUNTY VIRGINIA LANDOWNERS, 1716
'Tidewater Virginia Families'
vol 11, no. 4
February, March, 2003
[list includes the following names]

Person's Name-Number of Acres

Dan. Neale-120
Edward Minty-40
Jn. Newman-90
Wm. Moxly-100
Robt. Spence-100
Wm. Downman, Jr.-600
Wm. Downman-1135
Jn. Harris-70
Edw. Morrice-90
Wm. Beale-900
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http://www.northern-family.com/Wills/will_edward_minty.htm

Edward Minty Will

September 2, 1745

I, Edward Minty of the County of Richmond and Parish f Lunenburgh being ve ry sick and weak but in perfect mind and memory, having a mind to settle t he affairs of this work knowing that all men is bound once to die, do ma ke this my last Will and Testament. First bequeathing my soul to all migh ty God our heavenly Father and my worldly goods as follows:

Item: My will and desire is that my wife Margaret Minty her choice of my c ows and calfs.

Item: I give and bequeath to my son-in-law John Purcell his now choi ce of my beds and furniture after my wife has chused.

Item: My will is that my son-in-law John Purcell should have his choi ce of all my sows that is with pig.

Item: I give and bequeath to my wife Margaret Minty her choice of ewes a nd three lambs.

Item: I give and bequeath to my wife Margaret Minty my old mair and sadd le and furniture and bridle.

Item: I give and bequeath to my wife Margaret Minty my land during her nat urall life and after her cecease to be equally divided in quantity and qua lity between my two daughters, Abigail Northen and Margaret Purcell.

Item: My will and desire is my horse Joe should be sold to the highest bi dder.

My will is that my two guns and all my coutrements for muster be sold to t he highest bidder.

My will is that my wife Margaret Minty may be my executrix and William Nor then and John Purcell Junior to be my executors with her.

Teste: Edward II Mi nty mark II\
John Landman
Tobias Purcell mark T\

At a Court held for Richmond County the second day of September 1745.

John Landsman and Tobias Purcell being first sworn in Court severally a nd jointly depose that there were present when Edward Minty deceased ma de his last will and that after he had finished and the will was signed a nd sealed up the said Minty told them he had left out something which w as that the rest of his estate undisposed of should be equally divided bet ween his wife, William Northen and John Purcell, Junior and that as the ti me this making his will and speaking those last words the said Minty w as in his perfect sences to the best of those deponents understanding a nd further they say not.

Teste: M. Berryville

At a Court held for Richmond County the second day of September 1745.

This will was proved in open court by the oaths of John Landman and Tobi as Purcell, witnesses to an admitted to record.

Transcribed from a copy of the original record by Nancy Slater Thomps on 23 Mar 2002.
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1746 Lunenburg Parish, Richmond County, VA, Rent Roll

Edward Minty
Wido Minty
Edmd Norther
Edmd Northers
Jno Purcell
Tobias Purcell
Solomon Redman
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http://www.northern-family.com/Deeds/william_northern_deed.htm
William Northen - Peter Northen

Deed - January 29, 1795

This indenture made the twenty ninth day of January, in the year of our Lo rd one thousand seven hundred and ninety five and in the year of the Commo nwealth of Virginia, between William Northen and Dorcas, his wife, of t he County of Frederick of the one part and Peter Northen of the Coun ty of Richmond of the other part.

Witnesseth that the said William Northen and Dorcas, his wife, for a nd in consideration of the sum of fifteen pounds current money of Virgin ia to us in hand paid by the said peter Northen, the receipt where of we do hereby acknowledge, hath given, granted, bargained and sold, alie nded and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, and sell, al ien and confirm unto the said Peter Northen, his heirs and assigns forev er all that messuage, tenement, tract or parcel of land (which the said Wi lliam Northen, elder son of Edmund Northen, who was elder son of WILLIAM A ND ABIGAIL NORTHEN, all deceased, the said ABIGAIL grand mother of the pre sent William having had a right to, a moiety or half part of one messuag e, tenement tract or parcel of seventy five acres of land as appea rs by a late survey, formerly the property of EDWARD MINTY, deceased fath er of the said ABIGAIL, called or known by the name of MINTY=s or Jack=s ). The said moiety or half part, thirty seven and half acres of land, sit uated, lying and being in the County of Richmond, Parish of Lunenburg a nd adjoining the lands of said Peter Northen, Reverend Mr. Giberne and Wil liam Alderson=s estate and all the lands, trees, woods, underwoods, pastur es, marshes and meadows, profits, advantages, buildings, yards, gardens, h ereditaments, ways, water, water courses and appurtenances whatsoever, t he said messuage, tenement, tract or parcel of land and premises above men tioned, belonging or in any ways appertaining and also the reversion and r eversions, remainder and remainders, rents and devices of the said premis es and of every part and parcel thereof and all the estate, right, titl e, interest, claim, and demand whatsoever of them the said William North en and Dorcas, his wife, in and to the said messuage, tenement and premis es and every part thereof.

To have and to hold the said messuage or tenement and all and singular t he said premises above mentioned or intended to be mentioned and every pa rt of parcel thereof with the appurtenances unto the said Peter Northen, h is heirs and assigns to their proper use and behoof of the said Peter Nort hen, his heirs and assigns forever and the said William Northen and Dorca s, his wife, for themselves and their heirs, the said messuage or teneme nt or premises and every part thereof, against them and their heirs and ag ainst all and every other person and persons whatsoever to the said Pet er Northen, his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and forever defe nd by these present, they the said William Northen and Dorcas, his wife, d oth further covenant, grant and agree to and with the said Peter Northe n, his heirs and assigns that they will make, do and execute lawful a ct or acts , conveyances and assurances in the law for the more sure maki ng and conforming of the said bargained premises to the said Peter Northe n, is heirs and assigns, when thereunto required as by him and them or h is or their council, learned in the Law, be devised, advised or require d.

In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and y ear above written.

Signed, sealed and acknowledged Willi am Northen

in the presence of :

Benjamin N. Garland
Griffin G. Berrick
William Northen

Contributed by Nancy Slater Thompson
9/15/01
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http://www.northern-family.com/Deeds/deed_john_purcell_to_william_nor.htm

Deed John Purcell to William Northern
April 5, 1755

Note: This deed clearly establishes Margaret Purcell and Abigail Northe rn as the daughters of Edward Minty.

This indenture made the 5th day of April in the year of our Lord God 17 55 between John Purcell and Margaret Purcell his wife of the County of Ric hmond and Parrish of Lunenburgh of the one part and William Northern, Plan ter of the other part of the same County and Parrish aforesaid.

Witnesseth that they the said John Purcell and Margaret his wife for and i nconsideration of the sum of seventeen pounds and fourteen shillings curre nt money to them in hand paid at or before the ensealing and delivery of t hese presents by the said William Northern, his heirs, executors, administ rators or assigns the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge and there of by these presents doth acquit and discharge the said John Purcell and M argaret his wife, their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, ha th given, granted, assigned, bargained, sold, enfoeffed and confirmed a nd by these presents doth fully, clearly and absolutely give, grant, barga in and sell, alien and enfeof and confirm unto the said William Norther n, his heirs and assigns forever all that part of land that was left Marga ret Purcell by Edward Minty deceased lying in the county and parish afores aid and bounded as followeth, viz: Beginning at a chestnut stump standi ng in the line that parts the said land and Robert Smith's land, thence al ong the said line to the said Smith's corner tree, thence along a li ne of William Walker to a marked black oak, thence along a line of mark ed trees to a red oak standing on the deep swamp, and thence along a li ne of marked trees to the said chestnut stump where it first began. Pa rt of this land was bought from John Landman and the other part was boug ht from Richard Williams by Edward Minty deceased and the said Edward Min ty deceased will bearing date the 18th day of April 1745 was to be equal ly divided between Abigail Northern and Margaret Purcell which by record m ay appear. Its rights, members and appurtenances together with all house s, fences, woods, hereditaments whatsoever to the land and premises or a ny part thereof belonging or in any ways appertaining and also all the est ate, right, title, interest, use, possession, property, claim and demand w hatsoever of him the said John Purcell and Margaret his wife in or to t he same. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land and all a nd singular the premises hereby granted, bargained and sold to mention ed or intended herein bargained and sold with their and every of their rig hts, members and appurtenance whatsoever unto the said William Northern, h is heirs and assigns and to the only proper use and behoof of the said Wil liam Northern, his heirs and assigns forever against then the said John Pu rcell and Margaret his wife and all other person or persons whatsoever b y, from or under the said John Purcell and Margaret his wife, their hei rs and shall or will warrant and forever defend by these presents and furt her the said John Purcell and Margaret his wife for themselves and their h eirs, executors, administrators doth covenant, promise and agree to and wi th the said William Northern that the said John Purcell and Margaret his w ife, their heirs and all other person or persons and their heirs lawful ly having or claiming which shall hereafter have and claim any estate, rig ht, title, interest, claim or demand unto or out of the remises or any pa rt thereof by, from or under the said John Purcell and Margaret his wif e, their heirs or assigns shall and will at all times hereafter at and up on the reasonable request of him the said William Northern, his heirs a nd assigns make, so and execute all and every such further lawful, reasona ble act or acts, thing or things, device or devices, assurance and conveya nce in the law whatsoever for the further, better and more perfect assuri ng and conveying of the hereby granted or mentioned to be granted premis es with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said William North ern, his heirs and assigns as by his or their council learned in the law s hall be reasonably devised, advised or required. Witness hereof the parti es aforesaid hereunto interchangeably set their hands and fixed their seal es the day and year first written above.

Signed, sealed and delivered John Purcell \
in presence of us Margaret Purcell \
George Berrick
Joshua Nelms
Martha Fleming

Memorandum: That on the 5th day of April in the year of our Lord 1755, liv ery and seizon of the land with the appurtenances in this deed mentioned w as duly executed in and upon the sane according to the tenure form and eff ect thereof by delivering of turf and twig in the name of the whole by t he within named John Purcell and Margaret Purcell his wife to him the with in named William Northern, to have and to hold to him the said William Nor thern, hi heirs and assigns
forever.

In the presence of us whose names
are hereunto subscribed John Purcell \
George Berrick Margaret Purcell \
Joshua Nelms
Martha Fleming

At a Court held for Richmond County the 7th day of April 1755.
This indenture and feoffment from John Purcell and Margaret his wife of t he one part to William Northern of the other part with the memorandum of t he Livery and Seizon thereon endorsed was acknowledged by the said John Pu rcell and Margaret Purcell and admitted to record, previous to which the s aid Margaret Purcell being first privately examined freely relinquished h er right of dower in the premises thereby conveyed.

Teste T. Tarpley, Clerk

Transcribed from a copy of the original record by Nancy Slater Thomps on 29 Mar 2002.
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More About Edward~ Minty:
Probate: 02 Sep 1745, proved
Tax Roll: 1746, Lunenburg Parish, Richmond County, VA, rent roll
Will: Bef. 02 Sep 1745, Dated

Notes for Margaret Fleming:
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Ranch/2298/fleming.html

FLEMINGs of Richmond County, Virginia

Generation No. 1

1. ALEXANDER1 FLEMING died Abt. 1711 in Richmond County, Virginia. He marr ied SARAH KENNEDY, daughter of JOHN CANNADY and SARAH.

Child of ALEXANDER FLEMING and SARAH KENNEDY is:

2. i. JOHN2 FLEMING, b. March 23, 1689/90, Richmond County, Virginia; d. A bt. 1744, Westmoreland County, Virginia.

Generation No. 2

2. JOHN2 FLEMING (ALEXANDER1) was born March 23, 1689/90 in Richmond Count y, Virginia, and died Abt. 1744 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. He marri ed MARY SMITH, daughter of PETER SMITH.

More About JOHN FLEMING:

Fact 1: November 15, 1744, Date of Last Will& Testament, which names Child ren.

Children of JOHN FLEMING and MARY SMITH are:

3. i. SARAH ANN3 FLEMING, b. Abt. 1734.
ii. PETER FLEMING.
iii. THOMAS FLEMING.
iv. WILLIAM FLEMING.
v. ALEXANDER FLEMING.
vi. JOHN FLEMING.

Generation No. 3

3. SARAH ANN3 FLEMING (JOHN2, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1734. She marri ed JAMES BAILEY, son of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH CARR.

More About JAMES BAILEY:

Fact 2: 1771, lived in Bute County, N.C.

Children of SARAH FLEMING and JAMES BAILEY are:

4. i. KENNEDY "CANNADAY" SR.4 BAILEY, b. Abt. 1760, Virginia; d. Lancast er District, South Carolina.
5. ii. WILLIAM FLEMING SR. BAILEY, b. 1755; d. June 21, 1817, Lancaster Di strict, South Carolina.
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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~celticlady/thornton/Marriages_of_ Richmond_Co.htm


Elizabeth Fleming (c.1668- l7??),only child to leave issue of Capt. Alexan der Fleming. She married (2), circa 1703, John Jones (16??-1716); he di ed intestate in Richmond County.

-Married-

Rowland2 Thornton (165?- 1701) By his father's deed of gift of 1675 he rec eived 1,000 acres on Muddy Creek; this land descended to his only known ch ild,
\

Capt. Alexander FLEMING
ABT 1630 - by 1667
ID Number: I38699

TITLE: Capt.

RESIDENCE: VA

BIRTH: ABT 1630
DEATH: by 1667
RESOURCES: See: [S714] [S2320]


Family 1 : Joyce (Jane) JONES
+Elizabeth FLEMING
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Peter/John Fleming-Martha/Mary Bailey
Posted by: Terri Date: July 26, 1999 at 10:44:46 of 4439

I have bbeen doing a lot of work on these people and here is what I ca me up with. I think Peter and John were COUSINS and not brothers after all .Here is why:

Alexander Fleming d. 1710. He had sons, John(1690-1744) and William(170 6- 1767). John married Mary Smith(dau. of Peter Smith). John and Mary h ad Peter Fleming,(who I think married Martha Bailey), and who was a min or in 1744.

William Fleming(1706-1767) married Abigail Smith( also dau. of Peter Smit h, thus sister to Mary).
William and Abigail had a son named John Fleming (who I think married Ma ry Bailey).

The appraisers of the estate of William Fleming(1706-1767) were Jeremiah M iddleton, James Baley and John Baley.

John Fleming(whom I think was the son of the above William had a grands on named Jeremiah Middleton Fleming.

Alexander Fleming(d 1710) married Sarah Kennedy.Their grandaughter, Sarah( dau. of John Fleming and Mary Smith), married James Bailey(son of John Bai ley and Elizabeth Carr).Sarah and James had sons, William Fleming Bailey a nd Kennedy Bailey.

I know this is really confusing, but I hope you can follow it. Let me kn ow what you think, Terri

Re: Peter/John Fleming-Martha/Mary Bailey
Posted by: Fran Creed Date: November 26, 2001 at 19:53:43
In Reply to: Peter/John Fleming-Martha/Mary Bailey by Terri of 4439

Hi Terri, I think we might be tracking the same line. My grandmother's GGr andfather was (John?) Leonard Fleming, 1817, m. Millie Cauthen. I have rec eived e-mail saying that Leonard's father was also a Leonard Fleming 177 7, m. Holly Smith?. The Leonard born 1777, was the son of John Fleming ( of Warren County, NC), he was son of William Fleming, and he was the s on of Alexander Fleming and Sarah Kennedy of Richmond Virginia.

If you have any of this information confirmed, or any other informati on on Leonard Fleming 1817, I would really apprecite it. Thank you in adv ance for any help, Fran Creed
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ID: I536494223
Name: Margaret FLEMING
Given Name: Margaret
Surname: Fleming
Sex: F
Birth: 25 Mar 1692 in Unk
Death: 5 May 1755 in Richmond Cnty, Lunenburg Parish, VA
Note:
Given name mentioned in husband's will (1)


Source (1) northern-family.com (Nancy Slater Thompson)
Source (2) goldsbyfamily.info (rmgoldsby@atti.com)


Father: Alexander FLEMING b: abt 1661 in VA
Mother: Sarah KENNEDY b: abt 1660 in Richmond Cnty, VA

Marriage 1 Edward MINTY
Children
Abigail MINTY b: 29 Feb 1727/28 in Richmond Cnty,VA
Margaret MINTY b: Jun 1728 in Richmond Cnty, VA

Marriage 2 Spouse Unknown
Marriage License: 1712 in
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More About Margaret Fleming:
Tax Roll: 1746, Lunenberg Parish, Richmond County, VA, 'Wido Minty'

Children of Edward~ Minty and Margaret Fleming are:
205 i. Abigail Minty, born 25 Feb 1718/19 in Richmond County, VA; died 1786; married William Northen I Abt. 1740 in Richmond County, VA.
ii. Margaret Minty, born 1728; married John Purcell, Jr


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From: Judy Fleming
Subject: Peter Fleming and Fleming Road Settlers (N.C.)
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 13:46:53 -0400

Early land transfers in Granville County make reference to the Ridge
Path and further describe its location as being the path along the
highgrounds east of Anderson Swamp. Later maps make reference to
Anderson Swamp Creek but this is somewhat redundant since the early
colonial Virginia usage of the word "swamp" is synonymous with what we
call creek. The Ridge Path area is further bounded on the north by
Middle Fork of Anderson Swamp(where Meekins Landing is now located and
shown on some later maps as Mill Creek, perhaps because there was a dam
and grist mill at this location in the late 1700s)on the east by what
was referred to in colonial times as the "Great Spring Branch"(the creek
between Fleming Road and Jacksontown Road), and the south by the present
location of U.S.1.
The entire Ridge Path area was a part of Granville County from 1746
until 1786...when Warren County annexed that portion of Granville
generally east of Anderson Swamp and Nutbush Creek. The area remained in
Warren County until the formation of Vance County in 1881.
The early grants, patents and deeds for land along the Ridge Path were
to Zacherriah and Leonard H. Bullock, Philemon Hawkins, Nathaniel and
Samuel Henderson, Joseph Lindsey, William Paschall, John and Reuben
Searcy, Jeconias Yancey and perhaps others to a lesser degree. With the
exception of the Hawkins' and the Paschall, these original land owners
did not build permanent dwellings on their land holdings.
Today in traveling north of Fleming Road from U.S.1, the first old
homestead tract is that of the Hawkins family. The Turner plantation and
the Paschall plantation come beyond Hawkins. The Peter Fleming
plantation adjoins the Paschall land on its north boundary.
Peter Fleming was born in Virginia, probably Gloucester County, around
1735. He married Martha Bailey and they moved to the Ridge Path area of
Granville County, N.C. around 1765. Peter's brother John, who was
perhaps twelve years his senior married Mary Bailey who was Martha's
older sister. John preceded Peter in moving to North Carolina by at
least eight years. Peter initially acquired the Reuben Searcy land in
1775 and constructed a substantial dwelling on the same site that Robert
L. Fleming(now Bobbitt)home is located.
Peter and Martha had eleven children that survived childhood and are
named in Peter's will which was probated in May 1816. They are:
Mary Fleming, married Dec.2, 1783 to Thomas Fleming(d. 1833), her
first cousin.
Elizabeth Fleming, married March 13, 1785 to John Rice of Granville.
Reuben Fleming- no record.
Peter Fleming, Jr., married Dec.16, 1791 to Elizabeth Fleming,
daughter of John and Mary Fleming.
Charles Fleming(1768-9/9/1845), married July17, 1798 to Mary Stainback
(b.1779). Acquired a plantation near Dabney; twelve children.
George Fleming(1771-2/8/1850), married Dec.24, 1801 to Elizabeth
Riggan(b.1772).
Jenny Fleming, married Jan.1, 1800 to Mathew Regan. Apparently Mathew
died young because Jenny and her two children were living with her
parents when her father died in 1816.
Barbary Fleming(1782-1862), married Oct. 12, 1808 to Ambrose Murrah
(1772-10/3/1828). They and their eight children moved to Robertson
County, Tennessee around 1827. Ambrose was killed by a falling tree
while clearing his homestead.
Robert Fleming, married July 27, 1794 to Mary(Polly)Dodson.
Nancy Fleming, married Nov. 29, 1811 to Patnam Pardue.
Martha Fleming, married March l7, l8l3 to Joel Ellington.
With Peter's death in l8l6, his son George inherited the family home
and plantation.

Sources: Archive and courthouse records; census records.

William W. Fleming, Jr.

Hope this info is useful. Will continue later with the George Fleming
family, son of Peter Fleming and the Jeremiah Middleton Fleming family,
son of Thomas and Mary Fleming, who inherited the John Fleming
plantation from his father in l830.

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From: Judy Fleming
Subject: The John Fleming family - l760's
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 1999 21:11:52 -0400

This is the info that I have on the above family.

John Fleming, brother of Peter, married Mary Bailey, sister of Martha
Bailey who was Peter's wife. John was about twelve years older than
Peter and he moved into North Carolina eight years before his brother
came to Ridge path and bought the Reuben Searcy land in 1775. John's
plantation adjoins the Peter Fleming land on its north boundary and
extends to the Middle Fork of Anderson Swamp. John's purchase of Ridge
path property was from Leonard Henley Bullock in l762 and from
Nathaniel and Samuel Henderson in l763. The original John Fleming
plantation home stands today. See the Peter Fleming history including
his son' lines.
John and his wife Mary had fourteen children:
Bailey Fleming (b.l750) married Ann (maiden name unknown). He fought in
the Revolutionary War and later moved to Lancaster County, S. C.
Charlotte Fleming married a man named Fite: no record.
Hanna Fleming married Rhodan Cole April l6, l780, no record
Daniel Fleming married Anna Farrar Jan. 6, l783 and moved to Lancaster,
S.C.
William Fleming (2/l/l758-ll/?/l809)married Mildred Darby (b. l766)
William fought inthe Revolutionary War and may have married his wife in
Gloucester County, Va. After the war, William and Mildred acquired land
in Granville County, N. C. around Creedmoor. They had 6 children.
Thomas Fleming (l759-l830) married Dec. 2, l783 to Mary Fleming, his
first cousin and the daughter of Peter and Martha Bailey Fleming.
Mary Fleming married Dec. 28, l782 to Benjamin Clark., no record.
Alice Fleming married Jan. 6, l782 to Stephen Bailey, no record.
John Fleming, Jr. , no record.
Elizabeth Fleming, married Peter Fleming, Jr., her first cousin and son
of Peter and Martha Bailey Fleming.
James Fleming, no record.
Leonard Fleming married Dec. 2l, l79l to Holly Smith, no record.
Benjamin Fleming, no record.
Martha Fleming married March l2, l797 to Duke Bennett, no record.

Below are the children of above Thomas Fleming (l759-l830) and Mary
Fleming, who had nine children.
Thomas Fleming, Jr. (l786-8/?/l860) married Dec. l6, l8l7 to Quinny
Davis (b. l796). they had six children.
Richard Fleming married Dec. 29, l8ll to Mary Riggan (b. l784) They had
five children that have been identified and perhaps others who did not
survive childhood.
Alexander Fleming, John Fleming, Solomon Fleming, no record.
Mary Fleming(b. l798) married on Nov. 28, l8l8 to Bannister Smith (b.
l798) Four of their children have been identified they had perhaps six
more.
Simon Fleming (8/l8/l799 - 5/4/l879) married Dec. l4, l825 to Nancy
Dawson Davis (l2/2l/l803-l0/5/l874) they had ten children.
Jeremiah Middleton Fleming (b. l802)married Aug. 5, l825 to Anne S.
Kimball, , (b. l805)

Sources: Archive and courthouse records.
William W.Fleming , Jr.

Will have more info later on the Peter Fleming family. Hope the above
info is useful.
Thomas and Judy Fleming

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From: Judy Fleming
Subject: The John Fleming family - l760's
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 1999 21:11:52 -0400

This is the info that I have on the above family.

John Fleming, brother of Peter, married Mary Bailey, sister of Martha
Bailey who was Peter's wife. John was about twelve years older than
Peter and he moved into North Carolina eight years before his brother
came to Ridge path and bought the Reuben Searcy land in 1775. John's
plantation adjoins the Peter Fleming land on its north boundary and
extends to the Middle Fork of Anderson Swamp. John's purchase of Ridge
path property was from Leonard Henley Bullock in l762 and from
Nathaniel and Samuel Henderson in l763. The original John Fleming
plantation home stands today. See the Peter Fleming history including
his son' lines.
John and his wife Mary had fourteen children:
Bailey Fleming (b.l750) married Ann (maiden name unknown). He fought in
the Revolutionary War and later moved to Lancaster County, S. C.
Charlotte Fleming married a man named Fite: no record.
Hanna Fleming married Rhodan Cole April l6, l780, no record
Daniel Fleming married Anna Farrar Jan. 6, l783 and moved to Lancaster,
S.C.
William Fleming (2/l/l758-ll/?/l809)married Mildred Darby (b. l766)
William fought inthe Revolutionary War and may have married his wife in
Gloucester County, Va. After the war, William and Mildred acquired land
in Granville County, N. C. around Creedmoor. They had 6 children.
Thomas Fleming (l759-l830) married Dec. 2, l783 to Mary Fleming, his
first cousin and the daughter of Peter and Martha Bailey Fleming.
Mary Fleming married Dec. 28, l782 to Benjamin Clark., no record.
Alice Fleming married Jan. 6, l782 to Stephen Bailey, no record.
John Fleming, Jr. , no record.
Elizabeth Fleming, married Peter Fleming, Jr., her first cousin and son
of Peter and Martha Bailey Fleming.
James Fleming, no record.
Leonard Fleming married Dec. 2l, l79l to Holly Smith, no record.
Benjamin Fleming, no record.
Martha Fleming married March l2, l797 to Duke Bennett, no record.

Below are the children of above Thomas Fleming (l759-l830) and Mary
Fleming, who had nine children.
Thomas Fleming, Jr. (l786-8/?/l860) married Dec. l6, l8l7 to Quinny
Davis (b. l796). they had six children.
Richard Fleming married Dec. 29, l8ll to Mary Riggan (b. l784) They had
five children that have been identified and perhaps others who did not
survive childhood.
Alexander Fleming, John Fleming, Solomon Fleming, no record.
Mary Fleming(b. l798) married on Nov. 28, l8l8 to Bannister Smith (b.
l798) Four of their children have been identified they had perhaps six
more.
Simon Fleming (8/l8/l799 - 5/4/l879) married Dec. l4, l825 to Nancy
Dawson Davis (l2/2l/l803-l0/5/l874) they had ten children.
Jeremiah Middleton Fleming (b. l802)married Aug. 5, l825 to Anne S.
Kimball, , (b. l805)

Sources: Archive and courthouse records.
William W.Fleming , Jr.

Will have more info later on the Peter Fleming family. Hope the above
info is useful.

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dobson/nc/ncwarren.htm

E-21: Duncan, Peter from John Hawkins (Nov. 5, 1761, 200 acres being part of land surveyed for William Morse on Cabbin Branch in Calliar's line, Abernathy's line, Hawkins' line, wits. William Sprunt, John Dunkin; from "Abstracts of The Early Deeds of Granville Co. NC, 1746-1765" by Zae Hargett Gwynn, pg.170) (MAD: see Warren Co. NC)

 
 
1150 John Middleton Granville North Carolina


Granville County Sch, A List of Taxables for the Year 1755

George Rhoads, 1-0-1
Charles Amos, 1-0-1
Benjamin Carrol, 1-0-1
John Mallard, Oversr. for John Minge, Negroes two, 1-2-3
Isaac(?) Mabry, 1-0-1
Sarah Thornton, one white and Six Negroes, 1-6-7
--- Person & three Sons & --- (Norwoodl), 4-10-14
--- Roberson(?), 1-0-1
--- ---, four whites & twenty-nine Negroes, 4-29-33
William Person, 1-0-1
--- Myrick & one Ne groe, 1-1-2
Richard Ballard, 1-0-1
John Debord, 1-0-1
Wm Nichols & Son George, 2-0-2
James Paine, Leonard Griggs, Thos. Johnson,
Negroes Bugo, Peter, Will, Matthas, Moll & Nan, 3-6-9
Robert Hicks, Negroes Cato, Sall, Isabel & Bess, 1-4-5
Ellis Marcus, 1-0-1
John Rann, 1-0-1
John Dozier & Son Leonard, 2-0-2
Wm Young & Jas. Young, 2-0-2
John Tillman(?), 1-0-1
Peter Williams, 1-0-1
Philip Pritchet, 1-0-1
Venson Jones, 1-0-1
Micajah Perry, Negroes Peter, Mingo, Pat & James, 1-4-5
John Stroud, Wm Mallow & James Gill, 3-0-3
Matthew Roberson, 1-0-1
Thomas Adaman, 1-0-1
John Hawkins, Thomas Campbell, Negroes Peter, Frank, Will, Hannah, 2-4-6
Richard Jones, Moses Cannel and James Logan, 3-0-3
--- ---, 1-0-1
Sherrard Haywood, 1-0-1
William Banks, 1-0-1
John Davis, 1-0-1
Philip Gee, 1-0-1
John Roberson, 1-0-1
James Downy, Wm Baker, Frans. Clark & Irby Bravey(?), 4-0-4
Israel Roberson, Jessey Miller & Negroe Doll, 2-1-3
Joseph Kirk, 1-0-1
Henry Laughter, 1-0-1
John Coalman, Negroes Betty & Sarah, 1-2-3
John Harris, Negroes Harry, Judy & Jenny, 1-3-4
Wm Gilreth, 1-0-1
John Shearin, Son Wm, Negroes Beb(?) & Juda, 2-2-4
Jennings Thompson & Edwd. Denton, 2-0-2
Thomas Parish, 1-0-1
Augustine Sparks, 1-0-1
Edward Cary, 1-0-1
Wm Gray & Matthias Gray, 2-0-2
Thomas Blasingham, John Blasingham, Negroes Flora & Will, 2-2-4
James Walker, Son James, Negroes Rose & Lattice, 2-2-4
William Campbell, 1-0-1
John Campbell, 1-0-1
Joseph Jeffres & Jno. Jeffres, 2-0-2
John Regan & Frans. Regan, 2-0-2
Wm Hendrick, Son James, and Negroe Cate, 2-1-3
John Long, 1-0-1
Thomas Walker, 1-0-1
Benjamin Murfey, 1-0-1
Richard Coleman, Son Richard,
Negroes Harry, Gloucester, Prince, Betty, Abigal, Hanah and Phillis, 2-7-9
Charles Kimbal & Negroe Sam, 1-1-2
David Roberson, 1-0-1
Israel Roberson, 1-0-1
William Smith, 1-0-1
Jacob Dansby, 1-0-1
Wm Sisson, Peter Smith & Negroe Philis, 2-1-3
Isaac Acry, Negroes Appin, Vanner, Amy & Hannah, 1-4-5
Peter Green & Negroe Casar, 1-1-2
Peter Kimbal, 1-0-1
Thomas Green & Negroe Harry, 1-1-2
John Cole, 1-0-1
Robert Childers, 1-0-1
John Hunnicut, 1,0,1
Wm House, 1-0-1
Wm Reed, 1-0-1
Benjamin Carrol, 1-0-1
Alexander Anderson, 1-0-1
Robert Wood, 1-0-1
John Bradly, 1-0-1
Joseph Bell, 1-0-1
Samuel Thompson, 1-0-1
Sarah Thompson, Negroes Jack & Elizabeth, 0-2-2
Jacob Lewis & Bacas, 1-1-2
George Kirk, 1-0-1
Robert Downey, 1-0-1
Benja. Kimbal & Negroe Lett, 1-1-2
John Egerton, 1-0-1
Roger Top, 1-0-1
Robt. Callier & Negroe Will, 1-1-2
Thos. Parker & John Blakney, Negroes Sam, Peter, Dick, Ben, Sarah & Annica, 2-6-8
Thos, Jones, Sons Nathl. & Peter, 3-0-3
Isaac Johnson, 1-0-1
Wm Berry & a Negroe, 1-1-2
James Moseley & Son John, 2-0-2
Joseph Fur, 1-0-1
Francis Faulkner, 1-0-1
Daniel Potter, 1-0-1
David Strahon, 1-0-1
Emanuel Faulkner, 1-0-1
John Debord, Constable, 0-0-0
John Dickerson, 1-0-1
Edward Harris, 1-0-1
Joseph Dillard, Negroes Peter & Sue, 1-2-3
John Fike & Son Malichi, 2-0-2
George Pierce(?), 1-0-1
John Rieves & Son Thomas, 2-0-2
Wm Dickerson, l-0-1
Dennis Linsey, 1-0-1
Wm Linsey, 1,0,1
Charles Ivey, 1-0-1
Joseph Dansey, 1-0-1
Wm Ros, 1-0-1
Giles Bowers, 1-0-1
Samuel Carlile, 1-0-1
Aaron Sherrard, 1-0-1
Wm Simmons, 1-0-1
Wm Williamson & a Negroe, 1-1-2
Wm Ridings, 1-0-1
Morris Railey, 1-0-1
Thos. Smith, Negroes Jack, Peter, & Judy, 1-3-4
Aaron Fussell, Son Thos. & a Negroe, 2-1-3
John Martin, Sons Joseph & Wm & five Negroes, 3-5-8
Thos. Brogdon & Negroe Sam, 1-1-2
Joseph Kimbal, Jr., & Negroe Jas., 1-1-2
Joseph Kimbal, Senr., 1-0-1
Nathanael Smith, 1-0-1
Robert Parker & Negroe Cuf, 1-1-2
William Jones, 1-0-1
Thos. Woodlief & Wm ---, 2-0-2
Thomas Smith, 1-0-1
Moses Coppock, 1-0-1
James Mitchel, Jr·, & Negroe Ned, 1-1-2
Robert Harris & Son Sharrard, Wm Ogalvie, Negroes Peter, Tom & Hannah, 3-3-6
Littleton Spivy, Sam. Fuller & Stephen Smith, 3-0-3
William Lawrence, 1-0-1
Nathl. Henderson & Son Richard, 2-0-2
Robert Guillam, Henry Mitchel & Negroe Mosingo, 2-1-3
John Fondron, 1-0-1.
Thomas Lowe's Quarter, Negroes Will & Venus, 0-2-2
Henry Fuller, Constable, 0-0-0
Thomas Rose, 1-0-1
William Krose(?), 1-0-1
Robert Boyd, Thos, Tenning, Negroe Jack, 2-1-3
James Boyd & Negroe Ben, 1-1-2
John Bird, 1-0-1
George Anderson & Wife, Son Jerry & Daughter Catharine, 0-4-4
John Russel, 1-0-1
Jonathan Parker & Son Jesse, 2-0-2
George(?) King, 1-0-1
Joseph(?) Farguson, 1-0-1
John Lawrence, 1-0-1
--- Roberts, 1-0-1
Robert Glidewell, 1-0-1
Wm Gragg, 1-0-1
Richard Yancy's quarter, Thos. Pool, Negroes Paul, Tom, Judy, & Sarah, 1-4-5
James Yancy, Sons Bartlet & Thornton, Negroes Daniel, Venus & Gate, 3-3-6
Wm Cary & James Stevens, 2-0-2
John Bain, 1-0-1
James Rieves & Son Malichi, 2-0-2
Wm Hollyman, 1-0-1
George Jordan, Wm Farguson, Negroes Frank & Judy, 2-2-4
Edward Loyd, 1~0-1
Benja. Ryan & Negroe Bob, 1-1-2
John Smith, 1-0-1
Littlebury Woodlief, 1-0-1
Samuel Flake, 1-0-1
Peyton Clemons & Richard, 2-0-2
John White, Const., 0-0-0
Francis Renn, 1-0-1
John Sallis & Joshua Hogan, 2-0-2
Benja. Ward & Negroe Hester, 1-1-2
Park Jonas, Negroe Duke, 0-1-1
Abraham Estis, 1-0-1
Wm Smith, 1-0-1
James(?) Gill, 1-0-1
John Patterson & Son Wm, 2-0-2
Thomas Ford & Son William, 2-0-2
Henry Collins, 1-0-1
William Collins, 1-0-1
William Rains & Negroe York, 1-1-2
Mary Duke, Negroes Will & Nan, 0-2-2
Lawrence Pettiford & Wife, 0-2-2
Lewis Anderson & Wife, Son Shadrack & Daughters Mary and Tamer, 0-5-5
Thomas Morris, 1-0-1
Valentine White, 1-0-1
Darwin Elwick & Wm Wagstaf, 2-0-2
Malichi Rieves & William & Negroe Jackson, 2-1-3
Richard Harris & Son Claiborne & Negroe Bob, 2-1-3
Carter Hedgpeth, 1-0-1
Jacob Ferry, 1-0-1
Thos. Bradford & Nrgroe Hannah, 1-1-2
Harris Gillam & Negroe Winny, l-l-2
John Blaclman & Son John, 2-0-2
James Morefield, 1-0-1
John Bowie, 1-0-1
Alexr. Burnet & Negroe Anica, 1-1-2
Jacob Gray, 1-0-1
Vinson Godine(?) & Nelson, 2-0-2
Gee, Lambkin, Negroes Samson, Peter, Newman & Peg, ·1-4-5
Catharine Mitchel & Negroes George, Jacob & Lindar, 0-3-3
John Ragon, 1-0-1
Nicholas Hostain, 1-0-1
Jacob Murroon, Sons Peter and John, 3-0-3
John Landers (Sanders?) & Son John, 2-0-2
Minus Griggs, 1-0-1
David Parrish & Son John, 2-0-2
William Holly, 1-0-1
Ralph Hedgpeth, Son Geo·, Negroes Flood, Dick, Jenny, Nan & Aggy, 2-5-7
Giles Hedgpeth, 1-0-1
John Simmons, 1-0-1
William Simmons, Senr·, 1-0-1
John Byus, Sons Wm & James, 3-0-3
George Jordan, Jr., Negroes Jenny & Judy, 1-2-3
Andrew Hampton & Son Ephraim, 2-0-2
John Weaver, 1-0-1
Edward Moore, John Flanigan, Negroes Boson(?) &,Bess, 2-2-4
Reubin Searsy & Negroe Sam, 1-1-2
John Searsy, Sons Bartlet, Richard & Timo. --- Craven, 4-0-4
John Searsy, Junr., l-0-1
Garret McKennie & Negros Rose, 1-1-2
Edward Versie, 1-0-1
John Clark, 1-0-1
James Bandy, l-0-1
John Edwards, 1-0-1
William Edwards, 1-0-1
Thomas Howel, 1-0-1
Wm Bass, 1-0-1
Wm Jordan & Henry, 2-0-2
Robert Bandy, 1-0-1
George Pettyford & Wife, 0-2-2
John Jones, 1-1-1
Peter Day, 1-0-1
Wm Hicks, Const., 0-0-0
Jonathan White, Sons Wm, Jonathan & Henry, Negroes Bob, Goliah & Sail, 4-3-7
Evan Raglin, Negroes Bob, Tom, Peter, Jemmy, Hannah & Cate, 1-6-7
John Rowland, 1-0-1
Wm Bolling & Son John, 2-0-2
Leonard Adcock, 1-0-1
Absolam: Baker, 1-0-1
James Bolling, 1-0-1
Moses Quarles, 1-0-1
Christopher Harris, 1-0-1
John Bishop, 1-0-1
Thomas Bridges, 1-0-1
William Porch, 1-0-1
Wm Bridges & Negroe Bab, 1-1-2
Richard Check & Randol, 2-0-2
Wm Macbee, 1-0-1
John Sandland, Jr., 1-0-1
Wm Jackson & Wm Hobbs, 2-0-2
John Goldin, Jr., 1-0-1
John Goldin, 1-0-1
James Pace, Const. & Son Wm, 1-0-1
Wm Massy & Xtopher Clark, 2-0-2
James Hobbs & Negroe Judy, 1-1-2
Robert Morgan, 1-0-1
Isaac&George Winston, 2-0-2
Thomas Ash & Wife Abigail, 0-2-2
Gibson Andrew & Godfree Martins, 3-0-3
Robert Sanders, 1-0-1
John&William Money, 2-0-2
Anthony&Joshua Rackly, 2-0-2
Saul Rackly, 1-0-1
Andrew&Jacob Hartsfield and Wm Brewer, 3----
Wm Eaver(?) & Wm Car·rol, 2----
Henry Jennings, 1----
Wm Burnal & Wife Ann, -----
John Moody & Daniel Boody, 2-0-2
John Booker, 1-0-1
Francis&John Bradly, 2-0-2
Nathanael Perry, 1-0-1
Joseph Wright & Son Joseph, 2-0-2
Phillemon Bradford, Sons Phillemon, Richard & Negroe Jane, 3-1-4
James Ross & John Fowler, 2-0-2
John Smith, 1-0-1
Henrv&Wm Ivey & Wm Upchurch, 3-0-3
William Moxly, 1-0-1
John McKisock &: Negroe Peter, 1-1-2
Richard Cureton & John Castle, 2-0-2
James Young, 1-0-1
John Moglin, 1-0-1
Wm Smith & Edward Tucker, 2-0-2
Hezekiah Massy, 1-0-1
John&Mills Rackly, 2-0-2
Parson Rackly, 1-0-1
John Kindal, 1-0-1
John Gun, 1-0-1
William Davis, l-0-l
Widow Thomas, Nathan Thomas & Negroe Nut, 1-1-2
John Green, 1-0-1
John Sandland, 1-0-1
David Bryant, 1-0-1
Wm Winston, 1-0-1
Samuel Fowler, 1-0-1
John Ferry & Anthony a Negroe, 1-1-2
William Ferry, 1-0-1
William Young, 1-0-1
Thomas Going, 0-1-1
Joseph Farrel & Jno. Nevi11,2-0-2
Moses Christmas, 1-0-1
Arthur Fuller, 1-0-1
Augustine Hunicut, 1-0-1
Wm Lassiter, 1-0-1
Richard Upchurch, 1-0-1
Francis Johnson, 1-0-1
Richard Raborn, 1-0-1
Julius Alford, 1-0-1
Sarah(?) Powel(?), 1-0-1
Michael Mager, 1-0-1
Lodwick Afford & Son Jacob, Negroes Frank, Sam & Pash, 2-3-5
John Martin, 1-0-1
Benja. Arundale, 1-0-1
Thomas Mullins, 1-0-1
Francis Perry, 1-0-1
Jeremiah Perry, 1-0-1
Timothy Fuller, 1-0-1
James Sutton, 1-0-1
Daniel Newlin, 1-0-1
Joseph Bridges, 1-0-1
Samuel Smith & Negroe Peter, 1-1-2
Joseph Fulton, 1,0-1
Peter Vinson, 1-0-1
Joseph Holly & Wife Patt, 0-2-2
Wm White, 1-0-1
Charles Cannon, 1-0-1
John Simmons, 1-0-1
James Wade, 1-0-1
John Pone & Wife Diana, 0-2-2
Robert Allen, 1-0-1
Wm Tant, 1-0-1
Jacob Powel, 1-0-1
John Davis, 1-0-1
James Smith, Sons Nathl. & Drury, 3-0-3
Osborn Jeffreys, Jeremiah Hilliard, George Heeth,
Negroes Daniel, Will, Jeffry, Coley, Sharp & Sarah, 3-6-9
John Massy, Negroes Rachel & Tab, 1-2-3
Hezekiah Massy, 1-0-1
John Clark, 1-0-1
James Massy, 1-0-1
Thomas Brux, 1-0-1
John Young, 1-0-1
Roger Rees(?), 1-0-1
Ambrose Crane, 1-0-1
John Dunkin, 1-0-1
Thomas Jones, 1-0-1
John Wood & Son John, 2-0-2
George Woodlief, 1-0-1
Daniel Blackman, 1-0-1
Solomon Blackman, 1-0-1
Joseph Brantly & Son James, 2~0-2
John Farrol, Negroes Goliah, Primus, Nell & Hannah, 1-4-5
Wm&Joshua Moss, Negroe Daphney, 2-1-3
Alexander Burnum, 1-0-1
James&Crafford Buchanan,2-0-2
Charles Edwards, Negroes Betty & Fanny, 1-2-3
William Johnson, Micajah Kerny, Negroes Joe, Britchey, Lury, 2-3-5
John Bishop, 1-0-1
Jonathan Johnson, 1-0-1
William Paschal, Sons Isaiah, Wm, Eliezer, James, Samuel & John, 7-0-7
Elija McCoy, 1-0-1
Robert Downing, 1-0-1
John&Wm Ballard, 2-0-2
Wm Wood, Wm Sprunt, Penuel Wood, Wm Wood, Jr., & Jno. Wood, 5-0-5
Robert Abenathy & Son Robert, Negroes Adam, Will, Sue & Peter, 2-4-6
John Miller, 1-0-1
John Howard & Negroe Jack, 1-1-2
William Campbell, l-0-1
John MIDLETON, Negroes Dick & Joy, 1-2-3
Christmas Ray, 1-0-1
Robert King, 1-0-l
Solomon&Wm Alston, Negroes York, Tom, Davy & Fanny, 2-4-6
Joshua Yarbrough, 1-0-1
Benja. Coward, 1-0-l
Shirley Watley, Sons Wm & John, 3-0-3
Richard Pinion, Sons John & Joshua, 3-0-3
Torrence McMullin, 1-0-1
Ambrose Beardin, 1-0-1
Phillemon Hawkins, George, Negroes Adam, Jack, Jemmy, Bob~ Bess & Lester, 2-6-8
Richard Smith, 1-0-1
Henry Smith, 1-0-1
Thomas Yarbrough & Son Maner, 2-0-2
John Yarbrough, 1-0-1
Daniel Osheal, Wm Leadam & Negro Quammino, 2-1-3
John Terrel, Negroes Sam, Cupid, Mingo, Frank, George, Judy & Sall, 1-7-8
John Gibbs, Const., Negroe Jack, 0-1-1
John Wolbanks, 1-0-1
John Lisles & Son Williamson & Negroe Bogg, 2-1-3
William Whealer, 1-0-1
Abraham Green & Son John, 2-0-2
Robert Day, 1-0-1
Thomas Petty, 1-0-1
George Bledsoe, l-0-1
Henry Thornton, 1-0-1
Jeremiah Wooten, 1-0-1
William Bledsoe, 1-0-1
Sarah Bledsoe, Negroe Cate, 0-1-1
William Waiters, 1-0-1
Lewis Brantly, 1-0-1
Browning Williams, 1-0-1
Edward Scarbrough, Negroes Tom, Sam, Lutta(?) & Marget, 1-4-5
Thomas Beckum, 1-0-1
John Burford, 1-0-1
Roger Thornton, 1-0-1
James White, 1-0-1
Allen Montjoy, 1-0-1
Edward Thomas, 1-0-1
John Thornton & Negroe Gouger, 1-1-2
Brachet Wood, 1-0-1
Thomas Sails & Negroe Oliver, 1-1-2
Wm Wood, Negroes Casar & Charity, 1-2-3
Thos Cooper & John Anderson, 2-0-2
Thomas Wooten, 1-0-1
Thomas Putman, 1-0-1
James Barnet, 1-0-1
Jethro Rountree, Negroes Dinah, Peter & Ormack, 1-3-4
Richard Halcum, 1-0-1
Henry Weaver, 1-0-1
Ephraim Estridge, 1-0-l
David Shoely, l-0-l
Wm Smith & John Smith, 2-0-2
Thomas Fox, 1-0-1
Samuel Freeman, Jos. Halcum and Negroe Hester, 2-1-3
Wm BASKET(?), Sons Wm & James(?), Negroes Marshal & Sarah, 3-2-5
William Hutchens, 1-0-1
Wm Kimbal, 1-0-1
Thos. Davis, Negroes Meram(?), Moll, Charles & Will, 0-4-4
Robert Vasser, 1-0-1
Wm Moor, Sons Richard & Wm, 3-0-3
Thomas Campbell & Son John, 2-0-2
Gideon Macon,
Negroes Tom, Will, Jemmy, Mingo, Ben, Jacob, Bett, Jenny & Aggy, 1-9-10
Sugar Jones,
Negroes Cuffey, Dick, Bob, Jeffrey & Lucy, 1-5-6
Wm Hurst, Negroes Harry & Jene, 1-2-3
Joseph Hackney,
Negroes Hampshire, Joy, Mingo, Coltrain, Cain, Gallant, Nan & Siller, 1-8-9
Thomas Cock, Son Drury, Negroes Phillis & Fanny, 2-2-4
Richard Crutchfield, l-0-1
Thomas Hunt, 1-0-1
Wm Lassiter, 1-0-1
Elija Powel, 1-0-1
Michael Mackle, 1-0-1
Gilbert Chaves, 1-0-1
Edward Gowen, 0-1-1
Michael Gowen, 0-1-l
Joseph Gowen, 0-1-1
Theophilus Goodin, Sons Henry & Theophs.,· Negroes Jas. & Judy, 3-2-5
Robert Mitchel, Wm Williams, Negroes Sambo, Peter, Sue & York, 2-4-6
Thos. Wiggons, Negro Cate, 1-1-2
Wm Chaves, Son Wm, Aquillar Snelling, John Huins,
Peter, Gordan, Nooney, Frank, Moll & Pomp, 0-10-10
Thomas Crab, 1-0-1
Thomas Hunt, 1-0-1
Wm Edwards, Negroes Joan & Cate, 1-2-3
John Gant, Sons Isham & Jno. 3-0-3
Benj, Egerton, 1-0-1
John Brantly, Sons Joseph, ---, Negroes Jack, Doll, --- & ---, 3-5-8
--- ---, Sons David & Solomon(?), 3-0-3
John(?) Thomason, 1-0-1
Edward Roberts, 1-0-1
James Knot & Son John, 2-0-2
Francis King, 1-0-1
Thos. King & Son Thos,, 2-0-2
Martin Whealer & Jas. Roberts, 2-0-2
Jacob Watts, 1-0-1
Andrew Watts, 1-0-1
James Blackly, 1-0-1
Wm Moore, Jr., 1-0-1
Wm Moore & Jos. Moore, 2-0-2
Henry Day, Jr., 1-0-1
John Chomas, 1-0-1
Henry&Groves Howard, Wm Colvin, Negroes Jack, Sam, Bob, James, Nan & Jude, 3-6-9
Anthony Garnet, Negroes Jeffry, Pompy & a N. woman, 1-3-4
John Gallimore, 1-0-1
David Mitchel & Negroe Mingo, 1-1-2
Richard Roberts, 1-0-1
James Roberts, 1-0-1
Patrick Lashly, Negroes Bristol & Roger, 1-2-3
Matthias Moyr, 1-0-1
Ephraim Merrit & Negroe Lury, 1-1-2
Francis Davenport, 1-0-1
Robert Gilley, 1-0-1
Cornelius&John Gibbs, 2-0-2
John(?)&Christopher Osborn, 2-0-2
John Stoval, Negroes Pompe & Aggy, 1-2-3
Gedion Crenshaw, Negroes Tim, Will, Flute & Flora, 1-4-5
Jeremiah Clayton, 1-0-1
Thomas Newby, 1-0-1
Henry Fagon, 1-0-1
Roger Badget & Jno. Badget, 2-0-2
John Hall, 1-0-1
Wm Gilley & Negroe Jamey, 1-1-2
Enoch Renfrow, 1-0-1
Jonathan Barrot, 1-0-1
Robert Bandy, 1-0-1
James Farguson & Negroe Pompy, 1-1-2
Jonas Parker, Negroes Commel, Jacob, Sam(?), York, Nan, Bess, Judy & Doll, 1-8-9
Thomas Robinson, Negroes Dick and Nan, 1-2-3
Wm Washington, 1-0-1
James Meadows & Wm Meadows, 2-0-2
Thos, Goss & John Guin, 2-0-2
John Shearman, 1-0-1
Philip Pryor, Negroes Robin, Joe & Tener, 1-3-4
Richard Harris, Abraham Cook, Wm Cook & Negroe Jenny, 3-1-4
Joseph Bishop, 1-0-1
Josiah Mitchel & Negroe Tab, 1-1-2
Daniel Fluquinion, 1-0-1
Joseph Glover, 1-0-1
John Williams, Sons Charles & Nathl. & Negroe Major, 3-1-4
John Williams, Junr., 1-0-1
Wm Glover & Son Lowry, 2-0-2
George Glover & Negroe Betty, 1-1-2
John Walker, 1-0-1
Samuel Henderson, Sons Richd. & Nathl., Thos. Burden,
Negroes Tom, Peter & Lewis, 4-3-7
Nathaniel Harris, Negroes Sam., Amey & Rachel, 1-3-4
George Keeling, Negroes Jenny, Aggy, Frank & Iecy(?), 1-4-5
Hugh Montgummery, 1-0-1
Luke Waldrop & Son John, 2-0-2
Henry Bishop & Son George, 2-0-2
John Kirtland, 1-0-1
Richard Hargrove, Sons John & Richard, Negroes Cate, Jenny, Sue & Jemey, 3-4-7
John Norwood, Negroes Jack & Squire, 1-2-3
Wm Woodard, 1-0-1
John Bullock, Negroes Davy, Sampson & Beck, 1-3-4
Philip Hasel, 1-0-1
Henry Vandike & Negroe Hannah, 1-1-2
Wm Going & Son Joseph, 2-0-2
Richard Bullock, Son Nathl.,
Negroes Harry, Jack, Dick, Bridget, Sary, Cate & Philis, 2-7-9
Jno. Sims, Negroes Jack, Sam & Bess, 1-3-4
Benjn. Ford, 1-0-1
Charles Dodson, 1-0-1
James Travilian, Richard Henderson & Negroe Sam, 2-1-3
Leonard Linsey, 1-0-1
Thomas King, 1-0-1
Hezekiah Terrel & Negroe Frank, 1-1-2
Lawrence Lancaster, Negroes Faithy & Charles, 1-2-3
James Nicolson, Son Nathl., John Kisker(?), Negroe Pat, 3-1-4
Isaac Mabry, 1-0-1
Wm Burrow, 1-0-1
Wm Duggar, 1-0-1
Richard Crook(?), 1-0-l
John Motlow & Geo. Tomson, 2-0-2
Wm Duke, Negroes Bat & Jeny, 1-2-3
James Petty, 1-0-1
Richard Bennit & Son Richard, Negroe Moll, 2-1-3
John Leonard, 1-0-1
Jno. Person & James Renn (Ronn?), 2-0-2
James Thompson, 1-0-1
William Duke & Negroe Cate, 1-1-2
Charles Bartholomew, 1-0-1
Lewis Bobbit, 1-0-1
Miles Bobbit, 1-0-1
Peter Davis, 1-0-1
Edward Hollyman, 1-0-1
Samuel Mangum & Jno. Tomson, 2-0-2
Richard Ham, 1-0-1
Wm Davis, 1-0-1
Thomas Blanchet, 1-0-1
Peter Smart, 1-0-1
Joseph Duke, 1-0-1
John Lancaster, 1-0-1
Chamberlain Hudon, 1-0-1
John King, 1-0-1
Daniel King, 1-0-1
John King, 1-0-1
George King, 1-0-1
Charles King, 1-0-1
Wm King & Son Wm, 1-0-1(?)
George Haselwood(?), 1-0-1
Daniel Harris & Negros Dick (?), ---
Wm&Peter Walker & Negroe Annica, 2-1-3
Wm Blake & Negroe Peter, 1-1-2
Wm Diwae(?), 1-0-1
Edward Carlile, 1-0-1
Wm Cheek, 1-0-1
Daniel Prince, 1-0-1
James Stiles, 1-0-1
Samuel Duke, 1-0-1
Robert Duke & two Negroes, 1-2-3
Thos. Turner, Randol Haselwood, Negroes Robin, Bess, London, Cain & Charles, 2-5-7
Benja. Nicolson, Son Samuel & Negroe Gansey (?), 2-1-3
Thomas Bell, Sons Samuel, Thos, Negroes Jemmy, Roger, Morgan & Frank, 3-4-7
Robert Harris & Son Edmund, 2-0-2
James Sensing, 1-0-1
Henry Hutson, 1-0-1
John Smart, 1-0-1
Wm Cooper, 1-0-1
Joseph Person, 1-0-1
Thomas Daniel, 1-0-1
Bustis Daniel, 1-0-1
Wm Ellis, 1-0-1
James Harris & Negroe Gan, 1-1-2
Michael Harris, 1-0-1
James Madry & Negroe Will, 1-1-2
Wm Mangum, Sons Wm &: James, 3-0-3
Lewis Patterson, l-0-1
Jesse Rotowand(?), 1-0-1
Joseph Green & Negroe Tom, 1-1-2
Wrt.(?) Harris & Negroe Peter, 1-1-2
Thos. Williams, Negroes Sam & Bett, 1-2-3
Joseph Harris, 1-0-1
Jos. John Alsson's Negroes, 0-5-5
Smith Patterson, 1-0-1
Richard Madry, 1-0-1
Jno. Langston, Sons James, Joseph & Solomon & Negroe Arnus(?), 4-1-5
John Birck(?) & David Patterson, 2-0-2
John(?) Bobbit, Negroes Pakey(?) & ---, 1-2-3
Robert Moor, 1-0-1
Samuel Benton & Negroe Patt, 1-1-2
John Stanfield, 1-0-1
John Rainwater & Son James, 2-0-2
John Halcom, 1-0-1
Thomas West & Son Richard, 2-0-2
Frans. Walker & Son Frans., 2-0-2
Wm Gibbons, Negroes Mike, Jesper, Shono(?) & Bess, 1-4-5
Benja. Thompson, Sons Jno. & Wm, 3-0-3
Henry Brewer (or Brower?), 1-0-1
Thos. Zackry, 1-0-1
Reubin Lawson, 1-0-1
Thomas Goodwin, 1-0-1
Wm Beckum, Sons Simon & John & Humphry Ballard, 4-0-4
Wm Beckum, Jr., 1-0-1
James Smith & Son Drury, 2-0-2
Frans. Mabry, Negroes Jack & Pat, 1-2-3
John Cerug Ascue, 1-0-1
Thomas Ballard, 1-0-1
John Wood, Negroes Squire & Rose, 1-2-3
Robert Whitaker, 1-0-1
William Saul, 1-0-1
Wm Vinson, 1-0-1
George Underwood, Son James, Negroe Dick, 2-1-3
John Watson & Negroe Joe, 1-1-2
John Ray & Sons Ambrose & Wm, 3-0-3
John Tucker, 1-0-1
Wm Hall, 1-0-1
Hopkin(?) Wilder, 1-0-1
Arthur Watson, 1-0-1
Atkin McLemore, Negroe Judy, Will, Sall & Jim, 1-4-5
Frans. Strauther, Negroes Tom, Peter & Sary, 1-3-4
Joshua Ferry, 1-0-1
Daniel Underwood, Son Daniel & Negroe Sam, 2-1-3
Thomas Harris, 1-0-1
Joseph Harris, 1-0-1
Alexander Hay, Edmun & Henry Adcock, 3-0-3
Robert Clark, 1-0-1
Benja. Rice, 1-0-1
John Woodin (Weedin?), 1-0-1
Thomas Carter, 1-0-1
Jacob Crocker, 1-0-1
Arthur Crocker, 1-0-1
Wm Richardson & Jno. Modock, 2-0-2
Thomas Hill, Edg., 0-4-4
Philip Alston, 1-7-·8
Abigail Jones, 0-3-3
Edward Young, 3-3-6

 
 

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