Thursday, December 31, 2009

Bell 124 Doak-Stewart

124. William Doak & 125. Ann Stewart {Montgomery Co. VA}

1747, William born in VA; s/o 248. David Doack.
9/5/1747, William baptized at North Mountain Church. (S) Bethel and her ministers, Turner, 1946.
3/1767–3/1768, Robert and William Doack signed an Augusta Co., VA petition. (S) Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in VA, P497.
10/10/1774, William an ensign in his brother Robert’s militia company at the Battle of Point Pleasant against Shawnee and Mingo Indians.
5/2/1775, William granted Letters of Administration for his brother Robert’s estate, with David Doack and William Davis as securities.
6/16/1778, Privy examination of Mary, wife of Joseph Love, of Montgomery County, before Wm Davis and Wm. Doack. (S) DB22, P556.
5/24/1782, “Wm. Doak” signed a Montgomery Co. petition to revise tax law: “… Specie has been is almost unknown amongst us for some years past; & what there is, does not circulate, but is securely kept by the few who have had Foresight Enough to gather it. The Alternative of paying in Commodities at our immence Distance from Navigation is of very little service to us, having no way to transport them. Besides our last years crop is generally disposed of for Salt and other real Necessaries, so that if we had Carriages we Could make no Payments at so early a Period as the first of July; Which Circumstances in our Opinions might have occurred to any considerate Person. Your Petitioners humbly conceive that Warehouses might be erected in the Respective Counties, on the Western Waters for the Reception of the Commodities, which the Taxes are to be paid in; This with a reasonable time for making the payment out of the ensuing Crop might inable your Petitioners, and others in similar Circumstances to pay the amount of their Taxes in such commodities. But as to Paying any part, even the Land Tax in Specie it is in Vain to think of it for this Year. …” (S) VA State Archives.
(S) 1779 Census, Montgomery Co., VA: William Doake.
1786, William granted land in [future] Greene Co., TN.

Family notes:
• Robert Doak of the 11th District of Madison, Surveyor’s District 10, State of Tennessee. Last Will and Testament written 16 Oct 1821. Beloved wife, Patsey Doak, 130 acres in Wilson Co., Tenn. on east fork of Spring Creek and 30 acres adjoining same for life or widowhood. Negro woman, Sarah, household and kitchen furniture, bridle, saddle also to her. Son, Alanson Fielding Doak, negro boy Henry; a dark gray horse colt. Dau, Minerva Milton Doak, negro girl Dicy. Dau, Dorinda Harriet Doak negro girl Esther. Dau, Martha Ann Doak negro girl Nelly. Dau, Prudence Roddy Doak negro girl Phillis. Son, Robert Stewart Doak negro boy Andy. At death or remarriage of his widow, Patsey, the 130 acres in Wilson Co., Tenn. to go to his sons Alanson and Robert. The negro woman, Sarah, to be divided among his several hrs. Lands west of Tenn. River to be sold to pay his debts and provide means for educating his “hrs”. Execs Adam R. Alexander, Patsey Doak, wife. Oct. 16, 1821. Wits Thomas Shannon, Robert H. Wynne. (S) Madison Co., TN, WB1, P2.
• Roberts inventory: livestock, tack, household and kitchen furniture, tools, small library of books, rifle, 5 feather beds and furniture. (S) Madison Co., TN, WB1, P4. The sale of items and land provided $1,038.075.

Children of William and Ann:

i. John Doak, born 1773 in VA.
7/10/1793 in Guilford Co., NC, John married Mary Foster, d/o John A. & Martha Morrison. (S) Guilford Co. Marr. Rcds.
(S) 1810 Census, NC, Guilford Co. “J Doak”: 00310,00101.
1812, John in muster roll of Guilford Co. Regt., 2nd Co.
1815, John died in Wilson Co., TN.
9/16/1815, in Wilson Co., John’s estate inventoried, William H . Doak administrator.
9/17/1815, Mary was a buyer during the estate sale [a common occurrence back then] as well as Patsy Doak and William H Doak; William H . Doak administrator.
(S) 1820 Census, TN, Wilson Co. Lebanon. Mary Doak: 26-45; and has 2 teenage sons. Her brother-in-law Robert also lives in Wilson Co.; as does a Jonathan Doak > 45.
(S) 1830 Census, TN, Wilson Co. Mary appears to live with her son John.
[Mary does not appear with John in the 1840 census – nor does the other son.]
Children:
John F Doak, born 1800–1810 in NC.
(S) 1830 Census, TN, Wilson Co. He appears to be married and have a son. His brother also appears to live with him.

ii. William H Doak ( 62), born 6/27/1782 in VA.

iii. Robert Doak, born ~1784.
11/1/1803, in NC Robert married Patsy [Fielding], born 1775–1794. (S) Family notes.
1818, (S) Tax List, Campbell Co., TN – Robert Doak.
1820, (S) 1820 Census, TN, Wilson Co. 010010,22010; 7 slaves.
10/16/1821, Robert wrote his will. (S) Family notes.
10/3/1821, Robert signed a petition to incorporate the county. (S) TN State Archives, Nashville. Legislative Petitions: 62-1821-1B. [His son Alanson and brother William also signed.]
~11/1821, Robert died in Madison Co., TN.
12/18/1821 Robert’s will probated. (S) Madison Co, Minute Book 1, Book A, PP1–3.
2/8/1822, Patsey Doak, exec of Robert Doak, dec., of Madison Co., Tenn. sold to William H. Doak, for $250, 50 acres “on the waters of the south fork of forked deer river,” on McNairy & Butler’s east boundary line. SD10, R1, S9. (S) Madison Co., TN, DB1, P1, 9–10.
3/1822, Robert’s personal effects were inventoried and sold. (S) Madison Co. Court Minutes.
6/7/1822, William H. Doak, Madison Co., Tenn. sold to Patsey Doak, for $250, 50 acres “on the waters of the South Forked of the Forked Deer River.” SD10, R1, S9. (S) Madison Co., TN, DB1, P1, 26.
9/27/1823, Willam Doak witnessed the sale of land by Patsey Doak, exec of Robert Doak, dec. (S) Madison Co., TN, DB1, P4, 212.
3/1824, Commissioners’ report on Robert Doak’s estate. (S) Madison Co. Court Minutes.
2/1/1825, William Doak conveyed some land, SD10, R1, Ss8-9, to Patsy Doak. (S) Madison Co., TN, DB1, P7, 512. A.F. Doak was a witness [Patsy’s son Alanson Fielding Doak].
Children: (S) Robert’s will & 1820 Census.
Alanson Fielding Doak, m, born 8/5/1805 in TN.
~1826, he married Adaline ?, born 1810 in TN.
(S) 1850 Census, MO, Hickory Co. Married with 4 children.
Minerva Milton Doak, f, born 1807 in TN.
Dorinda Harriet Doak, f, born 1810 in TN.
Martha Ann Doak, f, born 1812 in TN.
Prudence Roddy Doak, born 11/1/1817 in TN.
12/18/1834 in Wilson Co., she married Green A Hancock.
(S) 1850 Census, TN, Wilson Co. 7 children.
Robert Stewart Doak, m, born 1821 in TN.
9/14/1847, he married Rebecca E Clementine Hancock, born 1825 in TN.
(S) 1850 Census, TN, Wilson Co. No children.
They moved to TX.

iv. Thomas Doak, born 1780–1790 in ?.
1/25/1803, Thomas married Elizabeth Hope in Jefferson Co., TN.
1810, Thomas a member of a Lincoln Co., TN road crew with William. (S) 1st Co. Minutes of Lincoln Co., TN, 1809-1818, PP1-35; by Helen Marsh, 1996.
1820, in Lincoln Co., TN; Thomas married with 4 girls under 10. (S) – See No.62.
12/19/1823, Thomas bought 200 acres for $400. (S) Madison Co. DB1.
5/1/1826, Thomas bought 304.5 acres for $1218. (S) Madison Co. DB1, P540.
2/19/1827, Thomas bought items in the estate sale of E Newsom. (S) Madison Co. WB1, P116.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, TN, Madison Co. 1000001…, 232001…
1/24/1832 in Madison Co., Thomas witnessed a will. (S) Madison Co. WB1, P335.
2/11/1832, Thomas put some land up for sale. “FOR SALE. Tract of land on which subscriber now lives, in Madison County, ten miles west of Jackson, on the South side of Forked Deer river, containing 300 acres. Thomas Doak.” (S) Southern Statesman Abstracts: Vol. 2. No. 2, February 11, 1832.
7/16/1838, Thomas Doak has 5 children in the Distr. 7 school of Madison Co. (S) Madison Co. School Records.
1840, (S) 1840 Census, TN, Madison Co. 12100001…, 0122001…
[Not found in 1850 census.]

Bond 304 King-Clark

304. Henry King & 305. Katherine Clark [VA, NC]

1650 Henry born in Nansamond Co., VA; s/o 608. Michael King & 609. Elizabeth Carey.
~1662 Katherine born in Surrey Co., VA; d/o 610. John Clarke & 611. Katherine Gwaltney.
Henry lived in Isle of Wight Co., VA; and was a carpenter by trade. (S) No.610 Family notes. [This could have been as an apprentice.]
Bef 1679 in Surrey Co., Henry married Katherine Clark. [Henry was apparently on the move since he would eventually be in NC.]
1/6/1679, “Judgment is granted Henry King, who married Katherine ye daughter of John Clarke, against Sheriff for so much as he shall made, appeared due at next court. Ye said Clarke having failed to appear to answer the said King’s action. ... so of costs ut n. at.” (S) Surrey Co. OB 1671–91, P295.
5/2/1679, “Attachment is granted to the Sheriff against John Clarke for so much as Henry King shall recover against the Sheriff at the next court for the said Clarke’s nonappearance to answer said King’s action, so ye costs ut n. at. Judgement is granted Henry King against the Sheriff for the nonappearance of John Clarke, two steers 3 years old each at last Christmas.” (S) Surrey Co. OB 1671–91, P295.
11/1/1684, Henry is named in his father-in-law’s will. (S) No. 610 Family notes.
1697, Henry lived on Bennet’s Creek near Gatesville in Chowan Prct. (later Gates Co.) NC. Meetings of the Chowan Prct. were frequently held in their home. [Chowan was originally part of VA.]
9/16/1701, Henry, 302 acres in Chowan prct., “upon the middle swamp issuing out of Bennetts Creek, joining John King [his brother] … (S) NC PB1, P113.
(S) 1704 Rent Rolls of Nansemond Co., VA. Henry.
10/20/1704, Henry adj John Stallings, middle swamp, a branch of Bennett’s Creek.
By 1711 Henry had moved his family to Gatesville, NC.
12/1/1712, Henry purchased land form John Plowman, later sold by his widow.
2/24/1714, Henry wrote his will. (S) Family notes.
7/20/1715, Chowan Prect. At a court at the house of Henry King: “Tredle Keef and John Mainer being attached of a Breach of the trust reposed in him by the Publick, … and James Rutland ( 938) be Summoned Evidences …”. (S) Chowan, DB1.
10/2/1715, Henry given a Power-of-Attorney.
Bef. 3/9/1716 Henry died in Chowan Prct., NC.
Katherine married 2nd Gerrard Lynch.
3/9/1716, Gerrard Lynch of Chowan Prect. and Katharine his wife to Coll Edward Moseley of the same place. 50£ sterling 640 acres more or less on the Midle swamp of Salmon Creek, joining a branch and the swamp granted to Katharine King Relict of Henry King decd., the sd. patent being lapsed from Henry King and purchased from John Plowman on 1 Dec 1712. (S) Chowan Co., DB–B1, P535.
8/2/1716, A receipt from R Calfe to Gerrard Lynch at West Shore Log House for Sundry Merchandise taken up per Henry King lately decd. (S) Chowan Co., DB–B1, P484.
11/15/1716, John Hardy, Esq. ( 632) order with 2 others to divide up Henry’s Negros and Chattles in 3 parts. Katherine to get 1st choice; then the remaining two-thirds to be divided amonst the children. (S) NC Exec. Council Minutes.
4/4/1717, Agreement between Gerrard Lynch on behalf of his wife Katherine King and John King guardian of Michael King and one of the administrators of the Estate of sd. Henry King, the sd Lynch receives use of slave Frances during the life of Katharine and then the sd slave to go to Katharine's children [Document signed Catharine Lynch]. (S) Chowan Co., DB–B1, P456.
8/16/1717, Gerrard Lynch, … Indebted to James Beazley Esq in ye sum of 100£ current money -- the sd. obligation to be void if the sd. Lynch shall well and truly pay the portion of the Estate of Catherine King, Ann King, Mary King, and Charles King children of Henry King decd to each Child when they Come to age. (S) Chowan Co., DB–B1, P22.

Family notes:
• Henry retained large tracts of land in both Nansemond Co., VA and Chowan Prct., NC. The NC land was on the Blackwater (Chowan) River.
• 2/24/1714, will of Henry: “Know all men by these presents that I, Henry King, being now in my right senses, and in good health, do with the grace of God and my own free will make my last will and Testament. Whereas I have a full tract of land called the (Log House Land), being in the Chowan Precinct, in the County of Albemarle, Whereas the above mentioned land, I do freely give unto my three sons Michael King, Henry King, Charles King; and the said land is to be equally divided amongst the three. And whereas, I have another piece of land in VA in the county of Nansemond that lies between the flat swamp and the third swamp;and whereas there is a part of the said land that lies between the flat swamp and the third swamp,that I do give to my two sons Michael King and Henry King, and share and share alike between them two, one by Michael King, his choice. And whereas the other part of said tract of land being between the flat swamp and the third swamp, I do freely give to my two older daughters Elizabeth King and Catherine King; and they are to choose alike, one by Elizabeth is to be her choice of the said land; and I freely give to them the tract of land being in the precinct lying upon the meadow. And whereas I do freely give to my daughter Ann King two hundred acres of the said land. And whereas I do freely give to my daughter Mary King two hundred acres of the said land. Whereas this being my last will and testament”. /x/ Henry King. (S) Albemarle Co. (Chowan Prct.), NC Wills.

Children of Henry and Katherine:

i. William King ( 152), born 1680 Isle of Wight Co., VA.
11/1/1684 William and his brother Henry are named in their maternal grandfather’s will.
9/10/1760, William bought 64 acres next to his brother Henry on Broad Branch from his brother Charles. (S) Bertie Co., NC, DB-L, P447.

ii. Henry King Jr, born 1682 Isle of Wight Co., VA.
[He was a “cooper” by trade.]
11/1/1684 Henry and brother William are named in their maternal grandfather’s will. (S) No.610 Family notes. [Henry was later in possession of grandfather John Clarke’s property.]
2/24/1714, Henry named in his father Henry’s will.
Henry married Elizabeth Parker.
3/25/1725 Henry purchased 100 acres of land at the mouth of the Cashia River, Bertie Co., NC for L130. (S) Bertei Co., DB-A, P436.
1/1/1726, Henry King, Jr of the County of Brunswick, planter, to Cornelius Cargill of Brunswick, planter, 30 lbs … a tract of land whereon Thomas Gualtney now lives, Parish of Lawnes Creek, County of Surry, 100 acres bounded on every side by the land of Edward Browne, …. [an Edward Browne was a neighbor of his grandfather John Clarke on the same creek.]
5/28/1728, Henry purchased 541 acres on Cypress Swamp.
9/27/1729, Henry witnessed an assignment of Robert West. (S) Bertie Co., DB-C, P211.
11/1/1753, Henry (of Chowan Co.) settled a land dispute in Brunswick Co., VA. His brother William was a witness. (S) Bertie Co., NC, DB-H, P44.
11/23/1754, Henry a member of his brother Charles’ command of NC Militia.
Children:
Elizabeth King.
She 1st married her 1st cousin William King, s/o her Uncle Charles.
Ann King, born ~1734.
3/30/1752, she married Joseph Speight. [his 2nd wife] 1725–1792.
(S) 1769 NC Early Census, Dobbs Co.
~1795 she died.
Amelia King, born ? in NC.
1762, she married Joseph Parker [his 2nd wife].
1798, he wrote his will; died bef. 2/1803.
4/16/1816, Amelia wrote her will, died by 8/1816.

iii. Michael King III, born 1685 Isle of Wight Co., VA.
2/24/1714, Michael a “minor son” in Henry’s will. His Uncle John was given guardianship.
Michael married Elizabeth “Isabel” Ferguson, born in 1706. (S) named in Michael’s will.
1719, Michael lived between Cashie River and Salmon Creek, Chowan Co., NC.
4/19/1721, Robert Bell, Michael King and Isabel his wife to the Hon Charles Eden, Governor of NC 71£ money of NC 606 acres on the middle swamp at the head of the Beaverdam, joining the sd. Charles Eden, Collo. Thomas Pollock, and Major John Plowman. (S) Chowan Co., DB-F1, P103.
1722, Bertie Co. formed from Chowan Co.
2/9/1722, Michael, of Chowan Prct., NC, bought 100 acres from C. Vanluven. (S) Bertie Co., DB-A, P46.
10/7/1726, Michael, of Bertie prct., bought 200 acres from Edmond Smithwick. (S) Bertie Co., DB-B, P269.
2/8/1729, deed of Samuel Smithwick: … a tract of land … “between Michael King and me” … (S) Bertie Co., DBC, P102.
5/20/1741 Michael wrote his will.
Bef. 10/1741 Michael died. (S) will proved in Bertie Co., NC.
8/1742, “Isabell” provided the inventory of Michael’s estate.
Isabel married 2nd ? Diall.
Children:
Michael King IV, born 1722 in Bertie Co., NC. [GF of Vice-President Rufus King.]
He married Mary Catherine Snell.
He served in the Rev. War.
1784, he died.
Henry King born 1725 in NC.
He 1st married Ann Snell.
He 2nd married Mary Boone.
1762, he died.
John King, born 1730 in NC.
He married Priscilla ?.
They moved late in life to Montgomery Co., TN.
1807 he died.
Catherine King, born 1732.
She married John Byrd; died 1761.
She married Moses Smith; they moved to SC.
Penelope King, born 1736.
She married Jonathan Dixon, will of 6/9/1808.
Bef. 1808 she died.
Isabel King, born 1734.
Mary King, born 1738.
She married Edward Byrd; died 1802.

iv. Charles King, born 1702 in Chowan Prct., NC.
2/24/1714, Charles named in his father Henry’s will.
8/6/1717, Charles named in document of his stepfather.
9/17/1729, Robert Shine gave his godson Charles of Craven precinct 480 acres lying on Brice Cr. (S) Craven Co. DB-1, P288.
Charles married Elizabeth Vann, d/o Edward and Mary Vann.
1733, Charles signed a petition to the NC Executive Council.
9/26/1734, Charles appointed a JOP for Chowan prct. (S) NC Exec. Council Minutes.
9/16/1740, Charles of Craven Co. sold land to William Wilson. (S) Craven Co.,DB-1, P321.
1/31/1741, Charles named Capt. of James Craven’s Regt. of NC Militia in Chowan Co.
11/23/1754, Charles commanded a NC militia unit that contained multiple relatives.
9/3/1760 Charles sold 50 acres in Bertie Co., NC. (S) Bertie Co., NC, DBL, P434.
9/9/1760 Charles witnessed nephew, Michael King IV’s purchase of 250 acres in Bertie Co., NC. (S) Bertie Co., NC, DB-L, P445.
9/10/1760, Charles sold 64 acres to his brother William. (S) Bertie Co., NC, DB-L, P447.
11/13/1760, Elizabeth witnessed a land sale in Bertie Co., NC. (S) Bertie Co., NC, DB-K, P8.
1/3/1761, Charles sold 75 acres in Bertie Co., NC. (S) Bertie Co., NC, DB-K, P4.
Charles died in Bertie Co., NC.
Children:
Ronquist Henry King.
William King.
He married his 1st cousin Elizabeth King, d/o his Uncle Henry.
Charles King.
He 1st married Judah ?.
~1774, he 2nd married Elizabeth Gardner, d/o his 1st cousin Sarah Bryan.
He served as a private in his father’s company

v. Elizabeth King, born 1710 in Chowan Prct., NC.
2/24/1714, Elizabeth named in her father Henry’s will.
Bef. 2/24/1717 Elizabeth died. (S) Not named in document of Gerrard Lynch.

vi. Catherine King, born 1712 in Chowan Prct., NC.
2/24/1714, Catherine named in her father Henry’s will.
8/6/1717, Catherine named in document of his stepfather.
Catherine married William Bryan.
1744, William died in Bertie Co.
~1765, Catherine married 2nd Aaron Ellis.
1769, Aaron died in Bertie Co.
1771, Catherine asked the court to settle her 1st husband’s estate so she could settle her 2nd husband’s estate.
8/1779, Catherine wrote her will.
12/26/1777, Catherine died in Bertie Co., NC.
Children:
Sarah Bryan, born ~1734.
~1755, she married Martin Gardner; wrote his will in 1784.
Bef. 2/4/1794, she died in Bertie Co.

vii. Ann King, born 1714 in Chowan Prct., NC.
2/24/1714, Ann named in her father Henry’s will.
8/6/1717, Ann named in document of his stepfather.
Ann married William Parker.
11/25/1754, Wm Parker a member to the Chowan NC militia commanded by John Sumner.
Children:
Thomas Parker.
He married Sarah Norfleet, d/o James & Mary Gordon.
1762 he died.

viii. Mary King, born 1716 in Chowan Prct., NC.
2/24/1714, Mary named in her father Henry’s will.
8/6/1717, Mary named in document of his stepfather.

Cox 112 Lamy-Moreau

112. Jacques Lamy Jr & 113. Marie Helene Moreau [Fra, MS, AL]

1735, Jacques “Brindamour” born in Musso, Diocese of Meaux in Brie, France; s/o §Jacques Lamy Sr &  §Marguerite de Rossiere. The “Brindamour” was likely derived from the fact that in French regiments each soldier was given a “nickname” that was commonly used; and had to be unique to the unit.
~1750, Marie born in Biloxi, Province of Louisiana; d/o 226. Joseph Moreau & 227. Marie Jeanne Dauphin. (S) Love’s Legacy, P379.
9/25/1753, as a young child Marie was christened. (S) SLC, New Orleans, B3, P10.
1/22/1760, Jacques married Marie. (S) Loves’s Legacy, P379. Jacques is identified as a Seargent of the Company of Trent; and his parents are identified. (S) SLC, New Orleans, B4, P57.
5/4/1764, Jacques - Sergeant, discharged from the military on half pay of 9 livres per month, sent to the “Bureau de Invalids”. Jacques was in a company headed by Captain Trente. (S) Louisiana Troops, P74.
2/17/1770 Jacques died in the sinking of the ship Pere de Famille on a trip to France. (S) Louisiana Troops, P73-4.
12/31/1771, Pierre Moyse, s/o “Heleine Moreau, Widow Lamis, surnamed Birndamour” baptized. (S) SLC, B6, P128.
12/2/1778, Marie married Francois Krebs. Cornelius McCurtin, future husband of Marie Bosarge88i, was a witness at this wedding. Jacques identified as “deceased”. (S) Love’s Legacy, P379.
12/1783, Francois granted ownership of Round Island based inheritance by Marie.
1/1/1786, (S) 1786 Spanish Census of Mobile. Ages 43 & 40, 1 freed slave, 4 slaves, 2 houses, 2 children, 100 acres of corn.

Family notes:
• Meaux, France is a small town 25 miles east of Paris.

Children of Jacques and Marie:

i. Jean Baptiste Lamie Sr ( 56), born 1761.

ii. Euphrasie Lamie, born 11/19/1769.
12/2/1769 Euphrasie baptized. (S) SLC, New Orleans, B6, P70. (S) L.O., P643. Her sponsors were Jean Lamy and Marie Roze.

iii. Pierre Moyse Moreau, born 12/26/1771.
12/31/1771, Pierre baptized. (S) SLC, New Orleans, B6, P128.
Pierre was named “Moreau” because his father died before he was born and his mother’s last name was used.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Bell 122 Alexander

122. Phineas Alexander & 123. Elizabeth ? {Mecklenburg Co.}

1752, Phineas born in Cecil, MD; s/o 244. Zebulon Alexander & 245. Hannah Hodgson. [Phineas named after Hannah’s father .]
Phineas 1st married Jane ?.
7/1775, Phineas served on a Mecklenburg Co. jury. (S) Publ’s of the South. Hist. Assoc., 1/1897, P333.
2/5/1777, a deed for property on Sugar Cr adjoining “Zebulon Alexander, … Phineas Alexander, and Charles Alexander.” (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB10, P94.
~1778, William Akins, 1st Lieut, SC Militia, 1st term served under Col. Thomas Pack in winter of 1777 for 6 months. 2nd term under Phineas Alexander.
3/3/1779, Zebulon Alexander received a state land grant of 70 acres on the Reed branch of Sugar Cr adjacent to Phineas. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB10, P509.
9/20/1779, Phineas mentioned as a land owner on the King’s branch of Sugar Creek in a deed. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB10, P502.
3/20/1780, Zebulon bought 200 acres for £100 on the south side of Sugar Cr adjoining the lands of his son Phineas.
7/1781, Phineas provided “evidence” of Philip Ford, deceased. (S) Meck. Co. Crt. Minutes, B1, P295.
10/14/1782, Zebulon and wife Jane sold 111 acres to Phineas for £50. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB11, P171.
1/1/1783, Phineas bought 100 acres for £100 on Sugar Cr. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB11, P274.
4/22/1783, Phineas witnessed a deed. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB12, P287.
3/3/1784, Phineas named as a son in his father’s will: “my beloved son one Cross cut saw and also the sum of ten shillings.”
Phineas married 2nd Elizabeth ?.
7/28/1789, Zebulon Alexander sold 33 acres on the east side of Sugar Creek to Phineas for £20. On the same date Phineas witnessed another deed of his father.
(S) 1790 Census, NC, Mecklenburg Co. Phenias: 1,3,4. He lives near William Clark, father of his future son-in-law; and next to his brother Abel.
8/28/1790, Phineas received a state grant for 80 acres. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB17, P207.
7/17/1794, Phineas sold 165 acres on Sugar Cr adj Zebulon for £200. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB15, P294.
4/26/1797, some acreage of Phineas’ on the west side of Little Sugar Creek was sold at auction to cover a debt of £131.15. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB15, P276.
3/9/1799, a deed for property next to Phineas. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB14, P320.
1799 tax list, Phineas with 1 white poll in Capt Bowman’s Co.
(S) 1800 Census, NC, Mecklenburg Co. Phensas. 20101,00220,01.
7/15/1800, Phineas sold 100 acres for £40. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB16, P727.
4/25/1807, Elizabeth bought the Negro Fan, about 30 years old, for $300. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB21, P293.
5/16/1808, Phineas sold to his brother Zenas 70 acres on Sugar Cr for $500. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB18, P375.
9/31/1808, Phineas received a state grant for 70 acres. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB17, P186.
2/8/1821, Phineas & Elizabeth, for “$100 love and affection” sold to Jonas, daughter Ann’s husband, their Negro woman Fan and her 4 sons. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB21, P293.
3/8/1821, Phineas Alexander sold the Negro boy George, about 13 years old, to his son-in-law Jonas Clark. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB21, P309.
5/1826, “Fen & Phineas Alexander” sued by Winslow McRae … (S) B7, P137.
11/23/1826, Phineas named in a deed of trust. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB23, P121.
11/1826, Phineas died; court ordered settlement of his estate. (S) B7, P161.

Children of Phineas and Jane:

i. Nathaniel Alexander, born ~1780 in NC.
4/25/1807, Nathaniel witnessed his mother’s acquisition of the Negro Fan.
1/30/1821, Ann’s brother Nathaniel relenquished all claim to Ann that he had in the negro named Jim. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB21, P293.
10/27/1823 in Mecklenburg Co., NC, Nathaniel married Caroline Alexander.

Children of Phineas and Elizabeth:

ii. Issac Alexander, born ?.
[Note – Issac appears in many records of the Alexander and Clark families. The problem is the numerous Alexanders in Mecklenburg at the time – many sharing the same name.]

iii. Ann Alexander (61), born 11/18/1787 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.

Bond 266 Fabin

266. Andrew John Fabin & 267. Susannah ? [VA, NC] 


1685, Andrew born in ?, s/o 532. Paul Fabin Sr & 533. Sarah Mulls.
12/11/1697, Andrew named an heir in his maternal grandfather’s will.
8/14/1704, Andrew left “one pair of silver shoe buckles and one set of silver buttons and one black cow” in his father’s will.
1709, Andrew and his siblings mentioned in the will of Richard Hanby, s/o Richard ( 1060).
Andrew married 1st Susannah ?.
~1720, Andrew married 1st Susannah ?.
1720, Andrew witnessed the will of Charles Hanby, s/o Richard ( 1060).
1724, Susannah died, probably in the birth of daughter Ann.
Aft. 1725 Andrew married 2nd Susanna Batson [Hanby], widow of Thomas ( 264) in VA.
8/20/1734, The original grant of the Island, then known as “Sand Shoal Island,” was made by Wm. Gooch, Provincial Governor of Va., on the 20th day of August, 1734. At that time, the Island contained 86 acres, 1 Rood and 36 Poles. The grant was given to Wm. Satchel and Andrew John Fabin. It was stipulated in the grant that Satchel and Fabin should pay to the Crown the sum of two shillings annually, on the feast day of St. Michael, the Archangel. (S) Trip to Cobb’s Island, written about 1880 by Mr. Joseph F. Morgan, Esq. [The Countryside Transformed, … Eastern Shore of VA.]
12/14/1742, Susanna sold land with son Peter and Ann (Peter’s wife and Susanna’s stepdaughter).
The family moved to NC.
11/17/1744, Andrew granted 150 acres by New Bern Council in Craven Co., NC. (S) Clark’s NC Records, V4, PP641–703, NC Dept. of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. This land is close to his daughter and the Peter Batson family.
11/12/1747, Andrew served in the Colonial Militia in Capt. Ashe’s Regiment during a Manherrin Indian uprising. (S) Clark’s NC Records, V22, P378, NC Dept. of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC.
12/1/1747, Andrew was a resident of New Hanover Co. He signed papers associated with property, buying land from his son-in-law Thomas Batson132. (S) New Hanover Co. Deeds, Bk.C, PP151-152.
1748, Andrew served in John Ashe’s Co. of the New Hanover Co. NC Militia during “the Spanish alarm”. [Primarily an Indian uprising.]
12/28/1761, Andrew wrote his will.
6/1762 Andrew died in New Hanover Co., NC.
11/5/1762 Andrew’s will registered in New Hanover Co., NC.

Family notes:
• Will of Andrew John Fabin: “In the name of God Amen! I, Andrew John Fabin, of New Hanover Co. Province of state aforesaid, being weak in the body, though sound of mind & memory, blessed be to God, do make, ordain and dictate, this to be my Last Will and Testament, in manner and form following: First: I bequeath my soul unto the hands of Almighty God, hoping and believing in a purification of my sins, by merit and meditation of Jesus Christ; and my body I commit to the Earth, to be buried at the discretion of my executors, hereafter named, and my worldly estate I give and bequeath as hereafter directed: I give and bequeath to my brother Paul Fabin, twelve pence sterling money to be paid …? I give to my grandsons, to wit, Joseph and Jeremiah Alexander, one cow and calf each. I give to my granddaughter, Susannah Beezeley, six pounds sterling money. I give to my grandson Peter Batson, one sorrel mare, branded ?, and also my bridle and saddle and guns. I give and bequeath and devise unto my grandson Thomas Batson and his heirs forever, the plantation whereon I now live, containing 100 acres more or less, provided nevertheless that my grandson John Beezeley shall live on the said plantation during the term of 9 years from date hereof, with only the yearly interests, the said John Beezeley to pay his majesties receiver fees, and keep the house repaired, and then at the expiration of 9 said years, to belong solely to Thomas Batson and his heirs. I give and bequeath to my grandsons, to wit, Peter and Thomas Batson, in equal ? between all and singular, the remainder of my estate, that is to say, the stock of all kinds, my household furniture, and movable where they are found. Lastly, I recommend, appoint, and constitute, my good friends, Ezekiel Alexander and John Beezeley, executors of my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have herewith set my hand and seal, this 12/28/1761.” (S) Original will in Book E, P24, in the Dept. of Archives and History at Raleigh, NC.

Children of Andrew and Susannah Hanby:

i. ? Fabin.
She married John Beezeley. (S) Family notes.
Children:
John Beezeley, born bef. 1740. (S) Family notes.
Susannah Beezeley, born ?. (S) Family notes.

ii. ? Fabin.
She married Ezekiel Alexander. (S) Family notes.
Children:
Joseph Alexander, born ?. (S) Family notes.
Jeremiah Alexander, born ?. (S) Family notes.

iii. Ann Fabin ( 133), born 1724 in NC.

Cox 104 Scarbrough-Stinson

108. Fredrick Scarbrough Sr & 109. Martha Stinson [NC, AL, MS]

1787, Frederick born in Edgecombe Co., NC, s/o 216. Silas Scarbrough and 217. Julia Ann ?.
~1790, Martha born in NC, d/o 218. Cary Stinson.
1/29/1809 in Jasper Co., GA, Frederick married Martha.
1810, they settled in AL.
(S) 1813 AL Terr., Clarke Co., tax list. Frederick.
~1816, Martha died in AL.
(S) 1817 AL Terr. Census, Clarke Co. Frederick.
(S) 1817, Petition of Residents Along the Mobile River. /s/ Fedrick Scarborough
10/17/1817 in Clarke Co., AL Federick married Mary Ann Phelps, born 1798 in GA. (S) MR Clarke Co., AL, V-A, 1834–1865.
(S) 1819 AL Terr. Census, Cherokee Co. Federick.
(S) 1830 Census, AL, Wilcox Co. Federick living next to son Daniel and brother John.
(S) 1840 Census, AL, Clarke Co. b:1780-1790. 19 family members.
(S) 1841 Clarke Co., MS tax list. Frederick.
10/26/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co. Frederick & Mary have 7 children at home.
(S) 1860 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., Merdian. Frederick and Mary give ages ~10 years to young. Mary is a bus driver. They live with their son Henry.
Frederick died in Meridian, MS. Buried in Scarbrough-Jones Cem., Clarke Co, AL.

Family notes:
• Silas Scarbrough was from NC, he went thru GA with his son Frederick in about 1809 and settled in AL in 1810. They left Edgecombe, NC and before that were in Dobbs Co.
• Silas Scarbrough was named as his father in Frederick Scarbrough’s Bible.
• In Feb. of 1909 daughter Julia Ann was bedridden and had to have constant care. Her granddaughter Laura Evelyn Jones spent many hours reading to her from the family bible. One day Evie took a paper and pencil and copied down the information from the bible of Frederick and Mary Ann Scarbrough. When Julia saw what Evie was doing and Evie’s interest in the family, Julia started telling Evie where everyone went or where they came from. Julia told Evie many things that she wrote down in a penny note pad over many days before Julia died.
• “A poor man, F. Scarborough, made a claim, opened land, raised corn sufficient for his family, and the speculator entered his land. The settler went to Mobile, stated to the speculator the circumstances, and asked him if he would not take the amount of the entrance money as paid at the land office and allow him as the actual settler to retain his land. The speculator in reply that the settler might retain his land for ten dollars an acre. But this was more than he was able to pay, and he returned home to Clarke county to provide for his family a home in someother way. Result, the land lay unoccupied for about forty years.” (S) Clarke Co., AL and Its Suroundings, by Rev. T.H. Ball, A.M., 1879, P677.

Children of Frederick and Martha:

i. Maxwell Scarbrough Sr ( 54), born 10/1809 in AL.

ii. Daniel Benjamin Scarbrough, born 1810 in Jasper Co., GA.
(S) 1830 Census, AL, Wilcox Co. Living next to Frederick and his uncle John. He has a boy < 5 by a wife born 1800–1810.
(S) 1840 Census, AL, Russell Co.
1/4/1841 Daniel married Eliza Scarbrough, born 1825 in AL. (S) MR Clarke Co., AL, V-B.
8/26/1850, (S) 1850 Census, AL, Sumter Co., Woods.
8/7/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., Sageville. he is a farmer with a personal estate of $100.
Children:
Benjamin H Scarbrough, born 1841 in AL. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Stephan A Scarbrough, born 1843 in AL. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Mary L Scarbrough, born 1845 in AL. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
John Scarbrough, born 1848 in AL. (S) 1850,1860 Census.

iii. James Ransom Scarbrough, born 1/11/1811 in MS.
12/19/1833 in Washington Co., AL James married Margaret Wilson, born 1809 in SC; died 1850 in AL.
(S) 1834 Clarke Co., MS tax list.
(S) 1835 Clarke Co., MS tax list.
8/13/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Clarke Co., Bt3. n: “Ransom”. b: MS.
(S) 1853 MS Census, Lauderdale Co.
8/21/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Newton Co. He is a farmer with real estate valued at $600, and a personal estate of $400.
Children:
James Albert Scarbrough, born 1833 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850 Census.
Eliza A Scarbrough, born 10/1835 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850 Census.
Frances Ann Scarbrough, born 2/1837 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
William Scarbrough, born 1838 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Edward H Scarbrough, born 2/14/1840 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Marian Franklin Scarbrough, born 3/1843 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Mary Jane Scarbrough, born 3/1843 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Christopher Calaway Scarbrough, born 2/1845 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Christina Caroline Scarbrough, born 2/1845 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Henry L Scarbrough, born 2/1849 in Clarke Co., MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.

iv. Silas S Scarboro, born 1/11/1811 in AL
4/26/1832 in Clarke Co., AL, Silas married his 1st cousin Sarah Stinson, d/o Burwell ( 218i). (S) MR Clarke Co., AL, V-A, 1834–1865.
(S) 1836 Clarke Co., MS tax list.
11/6/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co.
(S) 1860 Census, MS, Clarke Co. He is a farmer with real estate valued at $3200, and a personal estate of $6000.
7/10/1870, (S) 1870 Census, MS, Clarke Co. They have a farm with 3 black workers living on the farm. His real estate is valued at $1000, and his personal estate at $1000.
12/1/1879 Silas died in Lauderdale Co., buried in Old Vaniess Cem., East of De Soto, Clarke Co., MS.
Children:
Seaborn E Scarboro, born 1835 in AL. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.

v. Calvin L Scarbrough, born ~1812 in AL
~1836 Calvin married Nancy ?, born 1809 in NC.
9/27/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Wayne Co. He is a farmer with real estate valued at $200.
Children:
James C Scarbrough, born 1838 in MS. (S) 1850 Census.
Absalom Scarbrough, born 1840 in MS. (S) 1850 Census.
W P Scarbrough, born 1842 in MS. (S) 1850 Census.
Elizabeth Scarbrough, born 1844 in MS. (S) 1850 Census.
Lydia Scarbrough, born 1847 in MS. (S) 1850 Census.

vi. Absalom Thomas Scarbrough, born 1816 in MS.
10/19/1842 Absalom married Elizabeth H Smith, born ~1823 in MS.
9/11/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., SD. n: “A T”. He is a mechanic, with real estate valued at $100.
8/4/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., Bt4. He is a carpenter, with a personal estate of $300.
1860 Absalom died in Lauderdale Co., MS.
Children:
Engineer Alabama Scarbrough, born 1843 in MS. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
Elizabeth T Scarbrough, born 1845 in MS. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
Elian A L Scarbrough, born 1847 in MS. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
Henry L Scarbrough, born 3/1850 in MS. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
Benjamin J Scarbrough, born 1852 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Little Dick Scarbrough, born 1854 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
E D Card Scarbrough, born 1855 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Cincinnati Scarbrough, born 1856 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Frances L Scarbrough, born 1857 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Bogan C Scarbrough, born 12/1858 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.

Children of Frederick and Mary:

vii. Peter Enoch Scarbrough, born 1818 in AL.
3/24/1845 in Mobile Co., Peter married Mary Jones, born 1824 in AL, d/o Edward.
1846-1847 they moved to MS.
8/11/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., Bt5, Meridian. Lives next to his brother Frederick. He is a farmer with a personal estate of $700.
8/10/1870, (S) 1870 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., TWP5, Meridian. They live next to his sister Julia.
6/1880, (S) 1880 Census, MS, Clarke Co., Distr4. He is a farmer. They live next to Peter Jr.
Children:
Sarah A Scarbrough, born 1846 in AL. (S) 1860,1870 Census.
James M Scarbrough, born 1847 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
William T Scarbrough, born 1848 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Mary A Scarbrough, born 1851 in MS. (S) 1860,1870 Census.
Margaret Scarbrough, born 1852 in MS. (S) 1860,1870 Census.
Christian Scarbrough, born 1853 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Missouri Scarbrough, born 1854 in MS. (S) 1860,1870 Census.
Peter Scarbrough Jr, born 1857 in MS. (S) 1860,1870,1880 Census.
Joseph Scarbrough, born 1865 in MS. (S) 1870 Census.

viii. Fredrick Lewis Scarbrough, born 11/5/1821 in AL
6/1848, Fredrick married Sarah Jones, born ~1832 in AL, d/o Edward, sister of Peter’s wife.
8/17/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Clarke Co., Bt3. Married, no children.
(S) 1853 MS Census, Lauderdale Co.
8/11/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., Bt5, Meridian. Lives next to his brother Peter. He is a farmer with real estate valued at $400, and a personal estate of $400.
Children:
Caroline Scarbrough, born 1849 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Richard J Scarbrough, born 1851 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
William F Scarbrough, born 1853 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Mary A Scarbrough, born 1855 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Eliza Scarbrough, born 1856 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Thomas Scarbrough, born 1858 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.

ix. Milly Scarbrough, born 1827 in AL.
~1840 Milly married Elisha Smith, born 1797 in SC.
11/28/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co. “Elihu” is a farmer. Jonas and John have ages swapped in 1850 & 1860 census’.
7/6/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Neshoba Co., Herbert. They have land valued at $400 and a personal estate of $300.
7/30/1870, (S) 1870 Census, MS, Neshoba Co., Philadelphia. They have land valued at $240 and a personal estate of $444.
Children:
Margaret Smith, born 1841. (S) 1850, 1860, 1870 Census.
Benjamin Smith, born 1843. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
Jonas James Smith, born 1846. (S) 1850, 1860, 1870 Census.
John C Smith, born 1848. (S) 1850, 1860, 1870 Census.
Elisha Smith, born 1850. (S) 1860, 1870 Census.
Elizabeth Smith, born 1854. (S) 1860, 1870 Census.
Burrell Smith, born 1856. (S) 1860, 1870 Census.
Sarah A Smith, born 1858. (S) 1860, 1870 Census.
Linda Smith, born 1860. (S) 1870 Census.
Richard P Smith, born 1865. (S) 1870 Census.

x. Elisha Scarbrough, born 1828 in AL.
No. 108:(S) 1850 Census.
CSA: Private, 37th MS Infantry.
Supposedly went to OK after the war to fight Indians.

xi. William Henry Scarbrough, born 1829 in AL
No. 108:(S) 1850 Census.
Supposedly went to OK after the war to fight Indians.

xii. David Scarbrough, born 6/24/1831 in AL.
David married Matilda E ?, born 1848 in MS.
No. 108:(S) 1850 Census.
8/11/1870, (S) 1870 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., TWP5, Enterprise. David is a farm supervisor.
6/5/1880, (S) 1880 Census, MS, Newton Co., TWP7,R12,Bt1. n: ”D G”. b:1838. He is in farming.
Children:
William Scarbrough, born 12/1869. (S) 1870,1880 Census.
Emma S Scarbrough, born 1870. (S) 1880 Census.
Sarah E Scarbrough, born 1872. (S) 1880 Census.
Melvin G Scarbrough, born 1874. (S) 1880 Census.
Sidney F Scarbrough, born 1876. (S) 1880 Census.
Ida L Scarbrough, born 9/1869. (S) 1880 Census.

xiii. Julia Ann Scarbrough, born 6/24/1831 in AL.
No. 108:(S) 1850 Census.
11/24/1851 in MobCo., AL, Julia married William Jones, born 7/30/1831 in AL, s/o Edward.
8/11/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., Bt5, Meridian. William is a farmer with land valued at $150.
8/10/1870, (S) 1870 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., TWP5, Meridian. They live next to her brother Peter. William is a laborer.
6/30,1880, (S) 1880 Census, MS, Lauderdale, Bt4. Their son William lives nearby.
6/22/1900, (S) 1900 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., Bt4. Julia has had 7 children, all still living. She lives near her brother Richard.
5/30/1909 Julia died in Meridian, MS. Buried in Spring Hill Cem.
Children:
Thomas M Jones, born 1852 in MS. (S) 1860,1870,1880 Census.
William H Jones, born 1855 in MS. (S) 1860,1870 Census.
Mary Margaret E Jones, born 1856 in MS. (S) 1860,1870 Census.
Eliza A Jones, born 1859 in MS. (S) 1860,1870 Census.
James F Jones, born 1863 in MS. (S) 1870,1880 Census.
John Jones, born 1866 in MS. (S) 1870,1880 Census.
Julia Jones, born 1872 in MS. (S) 1880 Census.

xiv. Eliza Scarbrough, born 1832 in AL
Eliza married Benjamin B Smith, born 1828 in ME.
6/5/1880, (S) 1880 Census, MS, Clarke Co., Bt1, Dist91.
Children:
Katie Smith, born 1864 in MS. (S) 1880 Census.
Mattie Smith, born 1866 in MS. (S) 1880 Census.
Benjamin Smith, born 1869 in MS. (S) 1880 Census.
Ally Smith, born 1871 in MS. (S) 1880 Census.

xv. Richard C Scarbrough, born 1834 in AL
No. 108:(S) 1850 Census.
(S) 1853 MS Census, Clarke Co.
6/22/1855, Richard married Elizabeth Cook.
No. 108:(S) 1860 Census.
CSA: Pvt. in 8th MS Infantry.
1875, Richard married Martha A Creel, born 8/27/1829.
6/22/1900, (S) 1900 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., Bt4. Martha has had 3 children, 2 still living. He lives near his sister Julia.
12/4/1909 Richard died in Lauderdale Co., MS. Buried in Spring Hill Cem.

xvi. Henry Scarbrough, born 1838 in AL.
No. 108:(S) 1850 Census.
No. 108:(S) 1860 Census. A farmer; his real estate valued at $400; personal estate at $380. His father Frederick and other family members live with him.
~1860 Henry died.

xvii. Francis M. Scarbrough, born 1839 in AL
No. 108:(S) 1850 Census.
No. 108:(S) 1860 Census.
CSA: Pvt. in 8th MS Infantry.
12/18/1866, Francis married Margaret Thompson, born 1840 in MS.
6/25/1880, (S) 1880 Census, MS, Wayne Co., Distr1. n: “Frank”.
Children:
B Scarbrough, born 1867 in AL. (S) 1880 Census.
S Scarbrough, born 1871 in MS. (S) 1880 Census.
Lillie Scarbrough, born 1879 in MS. (S) 1880 Census.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Bell 120 Clark-Crocker

120. William Clark & 121. Susannah Crocker {Chester Co. PA, Mecklenburg Co. NC}

1721, William born in PA. (S) Gravestone. [Possibly of Jonas Clark & Mary Long, married 5/11/1713 at Christ Church in Philadelphia, PA.]
1726, Susannah born in PA, d/o §Nathan Crocker &amp; Sr. & Johanna Bursley.
~1744, William married Susannah.
1771, they moved from Chester Co., PA to Charlotte, Mecklenbug Co., NC. (S) Pension application of son Jonas.
William and Susannah were members of the Steele Creek Presbyterian Church in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
4/10/1783, Jesse Clark bought 120 acres on Sugar Creek, adjacent to Wm Clark, from his brother Jonas, for £100 NC species. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB11, P254.
7/1784, William served on a petit jury. (S) Meck. Co. Crt. Minutes, B1, P490.
4/1787, William Clark vs. Will. Latham. (S) Meck. Co. Crt. Minutes, B2, P109.
(S) 1790 Census, NC, Mecklenburg Co. William: 3,0,3, 3 slaves. He lives near Phineas Alexander, father of his future daughter-in-law.
11/25/1790, William wrote his will: Being weak of body, I give to my wf Susannah, during her widowhood, my house and kitchen with all household furniture and all I possess on my farm except that which is mentioned hereinafter. I give to my son Jonas a third of my land, a third to my dau Ann, and the other third to my son James; should any die before they come of age their share whall descend to their siblings. I give to my dau Ann a featherbed and furnishings, her chest, one pot, two cows, her horse with saddle and bridle; and to my daughter Susannah a feather bed and furniture and her horse with saddle and bridle. I give to each of my sons John and Jesse 10 sh. The household furniture left to my wf I leave for her to dispose of as she pleases in her will. My wagon and gears together with all my horses and livestock, at the end of the widowhood of my wife, are to be equally divided among my children Mary, William, and Susannah; to Susannah Scott I give a Bible and a heifer. The grain in the ground is for the use of the family while they keep together. Exrs: Jesse and Jonas Clark. Wit: … William Clark, … (S) Meck. Co., Bk-A, P209.
5/2/1791, William died in Mecklenburg Co., NC; buried in the Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Cem.
[7/1791, Jesse and Jonas named executors of their father’s will. (S) Meck. Co. Crt. Minutes, B2, P375.]
9/6/1791, Susannah died; buried with William.

Family notes:
·        Nathan Crocker, Sr., listed on the Mayflower Births & Deaths as marrying Joanna Bursley, born 1684, have 6 children  born from 1709 - 1724.  Nathan Crocker Jr., born 1713, confirmed on several other listings, married in 1739 Mehitable Crocker, a cousin who was born in 1716.  Nathan & Joanna had a daughter Susannah, born in 1743. This Susannah is the right age to be the 7th child of this family.
·         Mecklenburg Court minutes indicate that a “John Clark”, “William Clark Jr.”, and “James Clark” were also in the county at this time. James Clark deceased prior to 1/1789. William Clark Jr deceased prior to 4/1780, John Clark his executor. Another James Clark died bef. 7/1807. [All family names.]
·         (S) Pension application – Alexander Berryhill, S16,639, West Tenn. #7542 (changed to Ala.), $33.33/year. Issued 26 April 1833: 3 Sept. 1832 Franklin County Alexander Berryhill aged 69 states he has never seen a record of his age. He enlisted in Mecklenburg County. N.C., where he resided in June 1781, under Capt. James N. Martin in the 3rd regiment, commanded by Col. William Polk. He submitted a clam in 1818 but at the time did not know he that he possessed his discharge, being unable to read and write. He recently had a friend to go through every piece of paper he owned and it was found. Dated 17 April 1781, it was signed by Col. Polk. His officers were 1st Lt. Robert Walker, 2nd. Lt. Jonas Clark, Orderly Sgt. Jesse Clark, Adjutant John Clark. John was the oldest of the three Clark brothers. James Martin, one son of Capt. James N. Clark and Charles Weeks whom he has known for about 40 years, both of Franklin County, can vouch for him. ….

Children of William and Susannah:

i.  Adj John Clark, born 1746 in Chester Co., PA.
[See John’s daughter Harriett’s war pension application – the source of much of the family information.]
1775, John volunteered for the Revolutionary war, serving 4 months as a private in Capt. McCrea’s Co., Col. Adam Alexander’s NC Regt. in action against the Cherokee Indians.
1779, John volunteered again, serving 4 months as a private in Capt. Nathaniel Martin’s Co. of mounted riflemen; and was in the battle of Stono.
1780, John volunteered again, serving 6 months as a private in Capt. Nathaniel Martin’s Co., Col. Wm R. Davie’s NC Regt.
1781, John served with brothers Jesse and Jonas in the Revolutionary War; under Capt. James N. Martin He was appointed Adjutant to Maj Joseph Dixon. Battles included “Guilford Court House”. He also served as Adjutant in the 3rd regiment, commanded by Col. William Polk. Total service was 10 months.
1782, John married Margaret Lewis; d/o James Lewis.
1786, a probate record indicates John is married to Margaret Lewis. (S) York Co. Marr’s, P9.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, York Co. John, 121; 3 slaves. [York Co., SC is adjacent to Mecklenburg Co., NC.]
11/25/1790, John named in his father’s will.
2/5/1791, John mentioned in the will of James Lewis.
2/4/1793, John mentioned in a deed as living on/near Broad River and Cain Creek.
10/24/1797, John mentioned in a deed as living near Mill Creek.
5/10/1799, John: plat for 120 acres on Allisons’s Cr.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, York Co. John, 11001:“females” section torn from page.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, York Co. John, 11101:00101. 7 slaves.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, York Co. John, 000101:00101. 5 slaves.
5/7/1821, brothers John, Jesse, & Jonas and sister Susannah mentioned in the will of their brother James.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co. John, 80-90 years old; wife 70-80 years old; 1 male 15-20 years old.
10/16/1832, John, a resident of the York Distr. of SC, applied for a war pension.
6/27/1833, John, of York Distr., was awarded an annual pension of $169.99 for his Revolutionary war service in NC. He was given an initial payment of $424.97.
1838 in York Distr., John wrote his will. (S) SCDA&H, S108093, Reel 30, Frame 54. ???
10/20/1838, John died [“age 90 years”].
8/21/1839, Margaret died [at “eighty odd years”].
Children:
Cinthia Clark, born 1/1/1783.
She married Robert M Wilson, born 1780-1790.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Dist. Robert 40-50, Cinthia 40-50.
Bef. 7/7/1838 she died. (S) Pension application.
Mary Polly Clark, born 7/1/1786.
She married John Miller, born 1876 in SC.
7/7/1838 she was alive according to his sister’s pension application.
(S) 1850 Census, SC, Laurens Co. Farmers with 3 adult children at home.
1851, she died. (S) Pension application.
William Clark, born 4/17/1788.
7/7/1838 he was alive according to his sister’s pension application.
Peggy Clark, born 2/20/1791 in SC.
Bef. 7/7/1838 she died. (S) Pension application.
Harriett Clark, born 1/22/1794 in SC.
She married J T Alexander.
1838, Harriett [and siblings mentioned in her pension application] mentioned in the will of her father.
12/4/1845 in Lincoln Co., NC, she applied for a revolutionary war half-pension as an heir to her mother’s pension.
(S) 1860 Census, NC, Lincoln Co. J T is a saddle & hump maker with a personal estate of $700.
James Lewis Clark, born 6/12/1796 in SC.
He married Lavicea ?.
7/7/1838 he was alive according to his sister’s pension application.
John Franklin Clark, born 4/15/1801 in SC.
Bef. 7/7/1838 he died. (S) Pension application.

ii. Sgt Jesse H Clark, born 1756 in Chester Co., PA.
1781, Jesse served with brothers John and Jonas in the Revolutionary War; under Capt. James N. Martin in the 3rd regiment, commanded by Col. William Polk.
4/10/1783, Jesse bought 120 acres on Sugar Creek, adjacent to Wm Clark, from his brother Jonas, for £100 NC species. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB11, P254.
1785, Jesse married Deborah Alexander, d/o 244. Zebulon Alexander. [And aunt to Jesse’s brother Jonas’ 3rd wife Ann.]
11/25/1790, Jesse named in his father’s will.
7/1791, Jonas & Jesse named executors in the will of their father. (S) MeckCo., Crt. Of Comm. Pleas, B2, P375.
6/26/1792, Jesse witnessed a deed of his brother Jonas. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB14, P155.
(S) 1800 Census, NC, Mecklenburg, Salisbury. “Jess” 12010:31110.
1807 in Mecklenburg Co., Jesse served on a Jury in the case of slave Nathan belonging to Daniel Gallant accused of stealing. (S) NC Slaves and Free persons of Color, 2001, P66. [He was found not guilty.]
(S) 1810 Census, NC, Mecklenburg. 41201:02210. Jesse is listed on the page after his brother Jonas.
(S) 1820 Census, NC, Mecklenburg Co. “Jesse”, 122311:00011. 5 slaves.
1821, Deborah died in NC.
5/7/1821, brothers John, Jesse, & Jonas and sister Susannah mentioned in the will of their brother James.
1/1/1824, Brothers Jonas and Jesse sold 48 acres on Sugar Creek for $364.76. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB22, P147.
1/20/1824, Jesse sold 26 acres on Sugar Creek for $182. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB22, P73.
9/15/1824 in Mecklenburg Co., Jesse was the bondsman for his nephew Jonas Jr’s marriage.
12/7/1825 in Mecklenburg Co., Jesse was the bondsman for his grandnephew Stephen Emerson’s marriage.
10/1/1827, Jesse had a letter left in the Charlotte Post Office. (S) Catawba Journal, Oct 23, 1827.
9/17/1829, Wm Clark quit-claimed to Jesse H Clark land originally conveyed by Jesse. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB23, P381. On the same date Jesse sold this land for $220. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB23, P391.
(S) 1830 Census, NC, Mecklenburg Co. “Jessee”, 70-80 years old; 2 females 60-70 years old.
9/2/1832, Jesse, age 76, died in Mecklenburg Co.; buried in the Steele Creek Presby. Church Cem.
Children:
William L Clark, born 1788 in NC.
1828, he married Dian Manly, 1806–1845.
1846, he died.

iii. Lt Jonas Clark (60), born 5/16/1759 in Chester Co., PA.

iv.  James Clark, born ~1762 in Chester Co., PA.
11/25/1790, James named with his siblings in his father’s will.
5/7/1821, will of James Clark: Being in a low state of health, I leave $1 to each of my brother John, Jesse, and Jonas Clark; to my sister Susannah Rudisill my bed and furnishings, my chest, and my weating apparel; to my brother-in-law John Rudisill my colt and gun; and to Thos. J. Clark $100 when he reaches 21 with interest accruing to that time. All the balance of my estate including my land, after my debts are paid, I will to Polly McQuay for her support and sustenance for her natural life, for herself alone, but not to be wasted or squandered. At her decease whatever remains I leave to be divided between John and Susannah Rudisill. Sole Exr. David McDonald. Witness … Issac Alexander.
1824, James died in Mecklenburg Co., NC. (S) Will probated.

v. Mary Clark, born ~1764 in Chester Co., PA.
11/25/1790, Mary named in her father’s will.
Bef. 5/7/1821 Mary died. (S) Not named in her brother James’ will.

vi. William Clark Jr, born ~1767 in Chester Co., PA. (S) Steel Creek Cemetery Guide.
11/25/1790, William named in and witnessed his father’s will.
5/1791, William, age 23, died; buried in the Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Cem. with his parents. (S) Gravestone.

vii. Susannah Clark, born ~1769 in Chester Co., PA.
11/25/1790, Susannah named in her father’s will.
9/19/1793, Susannah married John Rudisill Jr, born 7/16/1767. (S) Will of her brother James.
5/7/1821, brothers John, Jesse, & Jonas and sister Susannah mentioned in the will of their brother James.
8/31/1830, John died in Mecklenburg Co.
Children:
Mary E Rudisill, born 6/18/1798 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
1/3/1815, she married Charles Reinhardt, 1795–1847.
8/11/1870 she died in Memphis, TN.

viii. Ann Clark, born ~1771 in Chester Co., PA.
11/25/1790, Ann named in her father’s will.

Bef. 5/7/1821 Ann died. (S) Not named in her brother James’ will.

Bond 264 Batson-Hanby

264. Thomas Batson & 265. Susanna Hanby [VA, NC] 


~1682, Thomas born in Northampton Co., VA, s/o 528. John Batson & 529. Grace Satchell.
1692 Susannah born in VA; d/o 530. Daniel Hanby & 351. Mary Daniels.
1702, John Daniell’s [deceased brother of Mary] cattle mark was recorded for his neice Susanna, d/o Daniel Hanby.
1/3/1709, Susanna named in her father’s will [he died by 2/1710.]
7/1710, daughter Susannah chose Col. William Waters as her guardian.
1710, Thomas married Susannah.
5/25/1718, Northampton Co., VA, Thomas bought 345 acres from John Hall for 5000 pounds of tobacco. (S) Virginia’s Eastern Shore by Whitelaw.
11/4/1725, will signed by Thomas Batson. (S) Family notes.
4/12/1725, Tuesday, Thomas died, will probated.
Aft. 1725, Susanna married widower Andrew ( 266), father of son Peter’s wife. (S) Family notes.
11/30/1732, “On date of 30 November 1732, the Palace Court at Westminster, England, issued a Sealed Commission to Thomas Batson, Esquire, as Deputy Grand Master, of the Free and Accepted Masons”. [This commission was brought to Georgia by James Oglethorpe who settled his English colonists in the present state of GA in 1732-3. Oglethorpe, in England, apparently did not know that Thomas Batson had died in VA seven years earlier. This commission is property of the Department of Archives and History at Atlanta.]
12/14/1742, Susanna sold land with son Peter and Ann (Peter’s wife and Susanna’s stepdaughter). “This indenture made the fourteenth Day of Dec. Anno Dom 1742 between Peter Batson … both of Northampton Co. … for the sum of 140 pounds current money of VA … sell and confirm … land lying in the county aforesaid at Maggoty Bay bearing date first of May Anno Dom 1679 …” /s/ Peter Batson. “Know all men … Ann Batson Wife of the within named Peter Batson for & in consideration of the sum of five shillings … do release … all my rights title and interest of Dower …”. /s/ Ann (X) Batson. “Know all men …that I, Susanna Fabin for and in consideration of the sum of 20 shillings to me in hand paid … do release … all my right title and interest of Dower. … in witness where I have set my hand & seal this fourteenth Day of Dec1742”. /s/ Susanna (X) Batson. “At the Court held for Northampton Co. on Tuesday the 14th Day of Dec 1742. Peter Batson came into court and presented … & Ann the wife of said Peter & Susanna Fabin the wife of Andrew John Fabin being …” (S) Photostatic copy of Original Deed, Bk18, (1733–1750), Northampton Co., VA.
Aft. 1742 Susanna died in NC.

Family notes:
• “In the name of God Amen, I Thomas Batson, of Northampton Co. being sick and weak but Thanks Be To God in perfect sense and memory, do make this my last Will and Testament, making void all former Wills and Testaments made or done by me, in the manner following: First: I bequeath my soul to God Almighty, God who gave it to me, and My Body to the Earth from whence it came, to be decently buried at the Desire of My Executors. Second: I do give, will and bequeath, unto my son Daniel Batson my plantation and all my land with it, being 145 acres of land to him and his heirs lawfully together. My wish is that my wife Susannah Batson, shall have the use of my plantation during her widowhood, but if my wife shall desire to marry again, then I give my Estate to be equally divided between my wife Susannah Batson, and all my children: Mary Batson, Alice Batson, Peter Batson, Susannah Batson, Elizabeth Batson, and Thomas Batson. In testimony and Witness Whereof I have set my hand and seal this fourth day of November 1725, and My loving Wife to be Executor of this My Last Will.” (S) Bk26, Wills–Deeds, 1725-1733, Red Ink, No. XXIV-R, Northampton Co., VA, P24; Certified Photostatic copy of Original Will of Thomas Batson, dated 4 Nov 1725.

Children of Thomas and Susanna:

i. Daniel Batson, born ~1711.
[Daniel named after his maternal grandfather.]
Thomas’ property left to Daniel was located on the southern tip of the VA peninsula separated from the rest of the state by the Chesapeake Bay. The Indians named this area “Accomack”, meaning “the land beyond the water”. Daniel died and the land passed to Peter.
Bef. 12/14/1742 Daniel died. (S) Sale of his land left to Peter.

ii. Mary Batson.

iii. Alice Batson.

iv. Peter Batson, Sr ( 132), born ~1715 in Northampton Co., VA

v. Susannah Batson.

vi. Elizabeth Batson

vii. Thomas Batson III.
Thomas married Elizabeth Davis.
1748, Thomas served in NC Militia during a Manherrin Indian uprising.
1748, Thomas a land owner in Northampton Co., VA.
2/13/1749 Northampton Co. Court: Ordered that the Sheriff do take …, Solomon Batson, Thomas Batson, … and the in the safe Custody keep … every of them do appear at the next Court … concerning their Misbehaviour at Hungars Church.

Cox 96 Grelot-Nicaise


96. Bartholomey Grelot I & 97. Marie Jeanne Nicaise [Fra, AL, MS]

12/13/1728, Bartholomey born in Libourne, Bordeaux, France s/o 192. Etienne Grelot & 193. Peyronne Ferchaut. (S) Love’s Legacy, P353.
12/22/1749, Marie born in MobCo., AL, d/o 194. Jean Baptiste Nicaise and 195. Marie Catherine Miout. Baptized on Christmas Day, 1749. (S) Love’s Legacy, P353.
Bartholomey traveled to colonial LA.
1/23/1759, living in colonial LA, Bartholomey was godfather of Bartholomew Robert in New Orleans. (S) SLC, BB3, P107.
10/2/1764, Bartholomey took the Oaths of Allegiance and Fidelity to His Brittanick Majesty King George. (S) 1764 British Census of Mobile, West Florida.,
4/30/1767, Bartholomey witnessed a marriage. (S) Love’s Legacy, P351.
1767, Bartholomey married Marie. Pierre Baptiste178vi was a witness. (S) MAA, MB1, P50. They lived on Dauphin St in Mobile.
1772, Bartholomey signed a petition to the British governor which asked the governor to assign a resident Roman Catholic priest to Mobile and to pay a pension to support him.
3/14/1780 Galvez captured Mobile.
3/22/1780, Barthelemy took the oath of loyalty to Spanish King Charles III. (S) LMVDP, Inglis.
~1785, they lived in Bayou La Batre, AL. (S) No. 88 Family notes.
~1/1787, they moved to Bay St Louis, MS.(S) No. 88 Family notes.
11/25/1778, Barthelemy a signer of a memorial to the “King’s Majesty in Council”, requesting Mobile be re-infranchised,declaring it “by far the most important of any in the province ..” (S) Old Mobile, P246.
8/9/1793, Barthelemy and three brothers-in-law, Martial Nicaise, Joseph Nicaise and Philippe Saucier, sold their half of Belle Fontaine Plantation, inherited from their uncle Charles Miou390iii, to Widow Mary Ann Amon, who had inherited the other half of the property. (S) The L.O., P82. The plantation was sold for $60 or its value in seven head of horned cattle to be delivered to Pascagoula. (S) MCH&GS, V37, 2001, P78. Belle Fontaine was located on the west coast of Mobile Bay.
12/16/1793, Bartholomey petitioned the Spanish Government for a tract of land. (S) Family notes.
10/1/1794, the land was grant was approved. (S) Family notes.
Bef. 1/11/1799, Bartholomey died in Delisle, HancCo., MS. (S) Sale of Marie’s house on this date refers to him as deceased.
1/11/1799, Marie gave her son, Barthelemy II, authority to sell her lot and house on Dauphine Street in Mobile for $250. (S) MS Coast Historical & Genealogical Society, V37, 2001, P80.
1814, Marie living in HancCo. (S) HancCo. Tax Records.
Marie died in Delisle, HancCo., MS.
(S) Bouzage Bosarge, P45.

Family notes:
• 12/16/1793 Bartholomy petitioned the Spanish Government for a tract of vacant land “situated at the mouth of Grand River distant one league from the said Bay, bounded on the east by a Bayou called Delisle and on the West by vacant land.” Bartholomy claimed that he “had improved and cultivated the said land for about three years.” The petition was granted on 1/10/1794. The legal description of the land was Section 16 in Township 8 south and Section 40 in Township 7 south, all in Range 13 west of the St. Stephens meridian, MS, containing 637 acres. This land is located at the north end of the present Delisle Bridge, on the west side of Delisle road. (S) Mobile Translated Records, PP109-10. (S) American State Papers, V3, P9, Pat. 980269.
• On 7/16/1794, Bartholomey’s wife’s brother-in-law, Philippe Saucier, got the land northeast of him, 20 arpens fronting on Bayou de Lisle. His brothers-in-law Martial and Joseph Nicaise were granted the Bay St. Louis shoreline west of him in 1792, extending into the area of Jordan River in the present day city of Bay St. Louis. Between them they held much of the north shore of Bay St. Louis. (S) Mobile Land Grants, 1710-1795, P24.

Children of Bartholomey and Marie:

i. Bartholomy Grelot II ( 48), born 12/21/1768.
(S) MAA, BB1, P234a.

ii. Justine Grelot, born 1773.
1773, her grandmother, Marie Miout195, was a sponsor at her baptism. (S) MAA, BB1, P237a.
2/8/1791 Justine married Antonio Bayard born ~1771 in Geneva, France. (S) MCH&GS, Vol. 37, 2001. They were slave traders.
Bef. 1808 Antoino died. (S) L.O., P83.
1/4/1811 she married 2nd Carlos Delepian. (S) SLC, MB3, P89a, A225.
1814–1817 Justine died. (S) L.O., P85.
Children of Justine and Antonio:
Antoine Bayard Jr.
He married Anazille Ladner d/o Jean Jr, s/o Jean160i. (S) L.O., P40.

iii. Ursula Grelot, born 177? MobCo., AL.
10/25/177? christening CIC, Mobile, AL. (S) MAA, BB1, P238a.
5/24/1794 in St. Louis Cathedral, N.O., LA, Ursula married Phillip Pierre Saucier, born 1773 in New Orleans, LA.
1804, Phillip, a Spanish government official, accompanied Pierre Misonet while he surveyed the Gulfport-Biloxi coastal area. (S) MCH&GS, V37, 2001, P19.
2/28/1805, Phillip sent a letter to the Spanish Governor about an incident he had by boat with an American Corsair boat, and the subsequent killing of animals of Pierre Morin on Cat Island. (S) LMVDP, Inglis.
11/25/1805, in Pass Christian, Felipe witnessed the wedding of Pierre Morin42vi. (S) No. 42 Family notes.
(S) 1820 Census, MS, HancCo. f:>45. Living next to Margaret.
~1830 Ursula died in HancCo., MS. (S) Phillip Sr is a widower in 1840 Census.
Aft. 11/11/1850 Phillip died. He lives with Philip Jr in 1850.

Children:
Marie Anne Saucier, born 2/24/1795 in HancCo., MS.
Philip Pierre Saucier Jr, born 10/11/1796 in HancCo., MS.
4/15/1818 he married Isabel Nicaise, d/o Jean194iv.
2nd he married Josephine Nicaise, d/o Joseph194v.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, HarrCo.
Edward Saucier, born 2/12/1800 in N.O., LA. (S) 1820 Census. m:18-26.
Severin Saucier, born 4/17/1802 in HancCo., MS. (S) 1820 Census. m:16-18.
Camille Saucier, born 10/10/1804 in HancCo., MS. (S) 1820 Census. f:10-16.
Ursule Gustine Saucier, born 1807 in HancCo., MS. (S) 1820 Census. f:10-16.
Adele Saucier, born 1809 in HancCo., MS. (S) 1820 Census. f:10-16.
Marie Saucier, born 2/13/1810 in HancCo., MS. (S) 1820 Census. f: to 10.

iv. Margaret Grelot, baptized 11/9/1782 in Mobile, AL. (S) MAA, BB2, P13.
1/15/1810 Margaret married Honor Felix Turin, born 1778 in France.
(S) 1820 Census, MS, HancCo. f:26-45. Living next to Ursula. 1m, 2f all under 10.
(S) 1840 Census, MS, HancCo. Margaret is not listed. Both boys are listed. She may have been off visiting a relative.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, HarrCo Margarite b: ~1783 in AL. Charles and his expectant wife, Clara, live with his parents.
~1855 Honor died.
(S) 1860 Census, MS, HarrCo., Pass Christian. “M Turin”, a widow. She has real estate valued at $600 and a personal estate of $800. Charles and his family live with her.
Bef. 1870 Margaret died.
Children:
Charles Turin, born 1817 in MS. (S) 1840, 1850, 1860 Census.
He married Clara ?. (S) 1850 Census.
A Turin, born 1821 in MS. (S) 1840 Census.
(S) 1860 Census, MS, HarrCo. He lives next to his mother.

v. Isabel Grelot, born 6/18/1787 in Bay St. Louis, MS.
4/3/1819, Isabel married Jean Jacques Belon DeDeaux, born in 1775.
1826, Isabel died in Delisle, MS.

Monday, December 28, 2009

Bell 118 Cannon

118. Richard Cannon {Union Co.}


1750, Richard born in SC. (S) Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. SC; U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, Union Co. “Richd.” 2 sons, himself, and 4 females in the household. [Wm Potts, father of his future son-in-law lives nearby.]
2/24/1796, Richard: plat for 112 acres on Pacolet river, Union Co., Pinckney Distr.

Children of Richard and ?:

i. June Cannon, born 1784 in SC.
June never married.
11/27/1850, (S) 1850 Census, TN, Henry Co., Dist6. June, who is blind, lives with her sister Rachel.

ii. James Madison Cannon, born 1785 in SC.
Bef. 1822 they moved to AL.
Bef. 1832 they moved to AR.
James married 2nd Martha Jane Knowles, born 1807 in GA.
(S) 1840 Census, AR, Washington Co., Richland. James 50-60; Martha 30-40, children: 5m’s , 7f’s.
(S) 1850 Census, AR, Franklin Co., White Oak. James is a farmer.
(S) 1860 Census, AR, Franklin Co., Middle. James is a farmer with land valued at $400 and a personal estate of $310.
10/5/1871, James died in Franklin Co., AR.
Children:
Mary Polly Cannon, born 1822 in AL. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
Robert William Cannon, born ~1825 in AL.
1843 in AR, he married Louisa Jane Burden, born 1831 in TN.
1860, he died and was buried in San Angelo, Tom Green, TX.
Marion Cannon, born 1832 in AR. (S) 1850 Census.
Newton Cannon, born 1835 in AR. (S) 1850 Census.
Eveline Cannon, born 1837 in AR. (S) 1850 Census.
William Cannon, born 1839 in AR. (S) 1850 Census.
Patsy Cannon, born 1839 in AR. (S) 1850 Census.
James Cannon, born 1841 in AR. (S) 1850 Census.
John Wesley Cannon, born 1846 in AR. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
Justin Cannon, born 1858 in AR. (S) 1860 Census.

iii. Rachel Cannon ( 59), born 1789 in Union Co., SC.

Bond 258 Wallis-Shaw


258. William Wallis Sr & 259. Mary Shaw  [NC]

~1675, William born in VA, s/o 516. John Wallis & 517. Martha ?.
2/14/1691, Mary born in Bramcote, Nottingham, England, d/o 518. John Shaw & 519. Elizabeth Lacy.
1704 Rent Roll for Norfolk Co., VA: Jno Wallis, Richard Wallis, Wm Wallis, Thomas Walice.

~1720 William married Mary. (Wm possibly returned to England to marry.)

5/22/1741 in Beaufort Co., NC, William Wallis sold land to Joseph Barrow. (S) National Genealogical Society Quarterly, 1991, Hendrix, P282.
10/29/1741, Joseph Barrow purchased from William Wallis 640 acres on Tar River at Fenney Run, witnessed by John Wallis, Keziah K. Wallis and Lidia L. Wallis.
~ 1748 Mary died.
12/29/1748, William’s will: Sons: William and John. Daughters: Lidia Bond, Abigal Daw. Wife and Executrix: Mary Wallis. Executor: Nicholas Daw. Witnesses: Phil. Pritchett (S) NC Hist. & Gen. Reg., V1, P80. (S) NC State Archives, 009, SS877/264 SS/AR.
Bef. 3/1749 William died in Bath, NC; will proved. (S) NC Hist. & Gen. Reg., V1, P80.

Family notes: William Wallis:
• Neighboring planter to John Bond ( 256) on South Dividing Creek.

Children of William and Mary:

i. John Wallis, born bef. 1721.
John married Keziah K ?.
10/29/1741, Joseph Barrow purchased from William Wallis 640 acres on Tar River at Fenney Run, witnessed by John Wallis, Keziah K. Wallis and Lidia L. Wallis.
(S) 1743 NC Census, Beaufort Co.
(S) 12/28/1748, John named in his father’s will.
No.514:(S)1/09/1749, will of Abraham Pritchett.
(S) 1755 NC Census, Beaufort Co. John Wallis.
6/1757, Court appointed John Wallis [his Uncle] as John Bond’s ( 64) guardian; s/o sister Lydia.
(S) 1758 NC Census, Chowan Co.
(S) 1764 NC Census, Beaufort Co.
1765, Michael Phillips (carpenter) to John Wallis (planter) land the N side of S. dividing creek called Prices Neck beginning near mouth of the great branch and with James Bonds’ line.
(S) 1781 list of Superanuated [too old] and Invalids of the Regt. of Beaufort Co.: John Wallis.
Children:
John Wallis II, born ?.
John married Mary “Polly” Hutson, a widow with 2 daughters.
1/5/1791 John II wrote his will. (S) NC State Archives, 009, F257-8.

ii. Lydia Wallis ( 129), born 1724.

iii. William Wallis Jr, born ?.
(S) 12/28/1748, William mentioned in his father’s will.
1751, “ … by the conversation and efforts of a private member by the name of Wm. Wallis, …”. (S) A History of the Sandy Creek Baptrist Association, 1859, Purefoy, P42.
(S) 1755 NC Census, Beaufort Co. William Wallis.
9/1760, The road from Wm. Wallis’s to Campbell’s Creek to be maintained by the inhabitants within that district, Robt. Bond and Jos. Campen, Overseers.
6/1761, Robert Bond, Wm Wallace appointed overseer of the road from Joshua Pritchetts Ferry down to the head of the creek where Wm Bond formerly lived.
1772, Beaufort Co. Court: John Bond, Wm Wallis to testify for the King against William Pender.
5/2/1786, Wm witnessed a deed from James May to Thomas Wallis.

iv. Abigail Wallis, born ?.
Abigail married Nicholas Daw; s/o William & Dinah. There home was on Oyster Creek in present Pamlico Co. [Nicholas’ grandfather and namesake was one of the founders of Bath, NC.]
(S) 12/28/1748, Abigail’s father’s will, identified as Abigail Daw.
(S) 1755 NC, Beaufort Co. census and tax list: Nicholas.
5/4/1756, Testified to Jacob Pritchett’s will.
(S) 1764 NC, Beaufort Co. census (Nicholas).

Cox 92 Fournier-Karcaux

92. Andre Joseph Fournier & 93. Maria Juana Karcaux [LA, MS]

~1745 Andre born.
1/20/1749, Marie baptized in New Orleans, d/o 82. Nicholas Pierre Carco & 187. Marie Josefa Tara.
~1785 in the LA Terr., Andre married Maria. [Likely in New Orleans.]
[8/8/1795, on Haiti’s southern peninsula, “Mr. Andre Fournier” leased negros from Mr. Durbu (called Fournier). (S) Jeremie papers, Records of Notary Fergon.]
(S) 1820 Census, MS, JaxCo. Andre Sr. lives next to his daughter-in-law Catherine. Andre Jr is off working in LA. Even though this lists a m>45, this is not Andre Jr46, or Catherine would not have been listed as the head of the household. He is probably one of their brothers. Note that one person is not naturalized – probably Andre.

Family notes:
• (S) 1830 Census, MS, JaxCo.
• Andre is sometimes cited as born in St-Thomas, Montmagny, Qu├ębec, Canada, s/o Pierre B Fournier and Marie Madeleine Morin. This is incorrect. This Andre married Marie-Luce Baily and died in St-Pie-de-Bagot 7/24/1837 with Marie his spouse named and still living.
• Antoine Fourneur, with a wife and child is listed in the 1721 census of Biloxi & Mobile. Andre possibly a child of Jean Fournier ¬– native of St Laurent du Pont, Diocese of Grenoble, Dauphine & Marie Anne Rabouin, married 8/6/1720 in New Orleans. (S) SLC, MB1, P2.

Children of Andre and Marie:

i. Andre Fournier ( 46), born 1786 in New Orleans Parish, LA.

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Bell 116 Potts-Lamb

116. William Potts & 117. Elizabeth Lamb {Union Co. SC, Henry Co. TN}


1764, William born in the 96th Dist., SC, s/o 232. Oswald Potts I.
1/18/1768, Elizabeth born Guilford, Newberry Co., SC, d/o 234. Thomas Lamb & 235. Sarah ?.
1780, from Union Dist., SC, William entered as a Private in the SC line during the Revolutionary War. He served 3 tours totaling about 17 months and 10 days. (S) Family notes [See original document on CD.]
1790, (S) 1790 Census, SC, Union Co. William is next to his brother Abner, and near uncles of Elizabeth, John & Longshore Lamb. The young son would be Oswald, the other female is not identified.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Union Co. William’s 1st four sons are listed, as is one unidentified daughter. His brother Abner is also listed, but they are not listed next to each other.
~1805 William moved to TN where he was a farmer and Methodist minister. (S) Potts Family in America and Great Britian, 1901, Thomas Maxwell Potts.
4/16/1819, (S) Rutherford Co. Deeds, Pg 240, Doc No.287: … Beginning on W. Pott’s NE corner … Witnesses: Ab. Potts and Oswald Potts.
(S) 1820 Census, TN, Williamson Co., Franklin. David Lamb, Elizabeth’s brother, lives nearby; as well as Oswell and Thomas.
7/1821, Elizabeth’s father’s will probated in TN – she is named as a daughter.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, TN, Henry Co. His sons Abner, Wesley, and Willie live nearby.
8/1/1830, in Henry Co., TN, William witnessed the will of his granddaughter’s husband, James Stem56.
9/10/1832, William appeared in open court to apply for a pension for Revolutionary War service. He was eventually awarded an initial payment of $57.77, with and annual pension of $173.31. He listed his age as ~66. (S) 1835 Henry Co. TN Pension Roll, and Original Copy from Heritage Quest On-Line.
1840, (S) 1840 Census, TN, Henry Co. Both are 70-80 years old. No children at home.
Bef. 1850 both William and Elizabeth apparently died – not in 1850 census.
(S) History of Methodist Churches and Institutions in Middle Tennessee 1787-1956, by Cullen T. Carter, Editor, The Parthenon Press, Nashville, TN, 1956.

Family notes:
• William’s Revolutionary War Pension Application: “Declaration of William Potts under the act of Congress proposed in 1832. State of Tennessee, Henry County.} September session 1832, on this 10th day of September, personally appeared in this open court – before the Justices of said court, the same being a court of record and now in person William Potts a resident of said county age about sixty six years or sixty seven years – who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to entitle him to the benefit of the act of Congress proposed June 1 1832. That he entered the sevice of the United States about the age of sixteen years in the county of Union in the State of South Carolina at or near the close of the war, the year he does not recollect – that he went as a draftsman under Capt. Richard Burgess and Col William Fose and Col Benjamin Roebuck – that he served a three months tour – that he marched from Union County to Orangeburg in South Carolina – where he was stationed until his time of service expired – he returned home – and before a great while was again drafted and served about two months and ten days – under Capt, James Woodson and Col Thomas Brandon during which time (?) were (?) a part of our time guarding (?) Black house. He again entered the service of the United States as a volunteer Capt John Martindale and served about twelve months to the best of his recollection – that he was engaged during said tour principally in tours after the Tories in various parts of the state. That he was in the army at the time peace made – that he knows of no person in this state by whence he can prove services. He has secured the affidavit of one of his old fellow soldiers and a lady of his acquaintance who resides in South Carolina of his services. He stated that his name is not on the pension agency of any State of the Union and he hereby relinquishes all claims to a pension except the present.” William (X) Potts.
• Affidavit of C S Holland: “We state that we are well acquainted with William Potts the pension applicant for a person. That he is understood and believed to have been a soldier of the Revolution and that he is an honest man.”
• Affidavit of Mary Bobo: “South Carolina Union District} Personally appeared before me John Norman one of the Justices of the Quorum of the said district Mary Bobo the wife of Solomon Bobo Senior and being duly sworn Saith on oath that she recollects that her brother William Potts who formerly lived in this state (but at this time said to be living in Tennessee) was gone from home a considerable time in the time of the Revolutionary War and to be gone down the county to serve a tour in the United State Service that Richard Burgess was an officer in the company he went with, and that she recollects that he went other tour. Said to be gone to the Block House. Sworn to a subscribed before me on this 24th day of November, 1831.” Mary (X) Bobo.

Children of William and Elizabeth:

i. Oswald Potts II (58), born 1789 in SC.

ii. Thomas Potts, born 1791 in SC.
1800, (S) 1800 Census, m<10. See No. 116.
1820, TN, Williamson Co., Franklin. (S) See No.116.
Thomas married Drusilla ?, born 1796 in NC.
Thomas a Methodist minister.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, TN, Sumner Co.: 110001…, 01001…
1840, (S) 1840 Census, TN, Henry Co.: 0011001…, 0001001…
5/1845, Thomas Potts and Joseph Lamb administrators of James Ray, deceased. (S) Henry Co. Circuit Court.
9/22/1850, (S) 1850 Census, Henry Co., Dist1. Thomas is a teacher. He and Drusilla live with their daughter Martha.
6/2/1860, (S) 1860 Census, Henry Co., Paris, Davis PO. Thomas is a teacher. He and Drusilla still live with their daughter.
Children:
Martha Potts, born 1822 in TN.
~1845, she married Harmon Simmons, born 1820 in KY.
(S) 1850 Census, Henry Co. 2 children, her parents live with her.

iii. Abner B Potts, born 1794–1800 in SC.
1800, (S) 1800 Census, m<10. See No. 116.
~1817, Abner married Elizabeth West, born 10/27/1801 in Davidson Co., TN. [The middle name indicates she was somehow related.]
~1817, appointed guardian of his 1st cousin Abner Cartwright Potts, s/o Abner (s/o No. 232).
1819–1820, Abner the Sheriff of Rutherford Co., TN.
1820, (S) 1820 Census, TN, Rutherford Co., Rutherford.: 200100,001…
1827, Abner represented Rutherford Co. in the TN legislature.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, TN, Henry Co.: 111001…, 10001…
Abner also served as a Co. Trustee and JOP.
1837, they were living in MS. (S) Birth of son Samuel.
6/1/1840, “Indenture June 1, 1840 judgment James Garner against Abner Potts for acre lot in Marshall County, MS.” (S) Special Collections, Univ. of MS.
1840, in Marshall Co., MS, Abner was thrown from his horse and died.
3/25/1846, “I give Elizabeth Potts, widow of Abner Potts, dec’d, one negro girl named Dealy Ann.” (S) Will of Alsea Harris. (S) Rutherford Co., WB14, PP196-7.
1/20/1847, Alsea Harris modified her will and gave Elizabeth $300 in lieu of Dealy Ann.
8/1/1852, Elizabeth remarried to Thomas McCrory.
5/15/1886 in Columbia, Maury Co., TN, Elizabeth died.
Children:
James H Potts, born 2/25/1821 in TN.
6/4/1839 in Marshall Co., MS, he married Lucy Virginia Bolling, born 1823 in VA. 3 chidren at home.
Aft. 1852, they moved back to TN.
(S) 1880 Census, TN, Lewis Co.
2/25/1897, he died in Maury Co.
Asa W Potts, born 1822 in TN.
9/11/1844 in Marshall Co., MS, he married Nancy Ragsdale, born 1823 in TN.
(S) 1850 Census, AR, St. Francis Co. 2 children, 1 & 3, both born in MS.
George W Potts, born 1828 in TN.
8/14/1850 in Lawrence Co., TN, he married Lucinda E Mcanally, born 1830 in TN.
(S) 1850 Census, TN, Lawrence Co. No children.
Louise E Potts, born 1834 in TN.
~1852, she married James B Sherrill, born 1829 in TN.
Samuel H Potts, born 1837 in MS.
8/3/1865 in Lewis Co., TN, he married Mary Sue Waldrep, born 1840 in AL.
(S) 1870 Census, TN, Maury Co. 2 young children born in TN.

iv. William Potts Jr, born 1800 in SC.
1800, (S) 1800 Census, m<10. See No. 116.
4/16/1819, (S) Rutherford Co. Deeds, Pg 240, Doc No.287: … Beginning on W. Pott’s NE corner …
11/16/1824 in Rutherford Co., TN, William married Martha Rhoda Estes, born 1810 in NC.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, TN, Williamson Co.: 20002…, 10001…
1840, (S) 1840 Census, TN, Williamson Co.: 131001…, 101001…
9/5/1850, (S) 1850 Census, TN, Williamson Co., Dist2. William is a farmer with land valued at $1200.
6/15/1860, (S) 1860 Census, TN, Williamson Co., Franklin PO. William & Rhoda are farmers with land valued at $3000 and a personal estate of $2000.
7/2/1870, (S) 1870 Census, TN, Williamson Co., Franklin PO. William & Rhody are farmers with land valued at $4000 and a personal estate of $1150.
6/14/1880, (S) 1880 Census, TN, Williamson Co. William & Rhoda are farmers. 3 children and 1 grandchild live with them. [Martha M Potts is likely a daughter-in-law and mother of the grandchild.]
Children:
Lucinda Potts, born 1825 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 Census. Living with parents.
Henry Potts, born 1827 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
6/16/1852 in Williamson Co., he married Mary Ann Potts, born 1835 in TN; d/o Stephen.
(S) 1860 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 3 children; a farmer and school teacher. Mary’s mother Lucy Oakley and her brother Henry A Potts both live with them.
Pleasant M Potts, born 1829 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
6/16/1857 in Williamson Co., he married Mary Elizabeth Bateman, born 1837 in TN.
(S) 1860 Census, TN, Maury Co. No children
William C Potts, born 1831 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860 Census.
12/7/1860 in Williamson Co., he married Nellie Ann Meacham, born 1833 in TN.
(S) 1880 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 4 children.
Stephen R Potts, born 1833 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
Sarah Louisa Potts, born 1834 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
11/20/1856 in Williamson Co., she married James C Skelly, born 1834 in TN.
(S) 1860 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 2 children.
James M Potts, born 1837 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 Census. Living with parents.
Thomas Alex Potts, born 1839 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860, 1870 Census. Living with parents.
~1876, he married Nancy ?, born 1855 in TN.
(S) 1880 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 2 children, living next to parents.
Pina J Potts, born 1841 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860 Census. Living with parents.
2/19/1861 in Williamson Co., she married Milton S Meacham, born 1841 in TN.
(S) 1870 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 6 children.
Cinthia V Potts, born 1843 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860, 1880 Census. Living with parents.
Rhoda D Potts, born 1845 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
Martha Z Potts, born 10/1849 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 Census. Living with parents.

v. Wesley Potts, born 1803 in SC.
1/31/1822 in Williamson Co., TN, “Westley” married Elizabeth Barnett, born 1815 in SC. (S) Williamson Co. Marr. Records.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, TN, Henry Co.: 00001…, 21001….
1840, (S) 1840 Census, TN, Henry Co.: 211001…, 010101…
9/28/1850, (S) 1850 Census, Henry Co., Dist14. Wesley is a farmer.
9/27/1860, (S) 1860 Census, KY, Marshall Co., Palma. They are farmers; 1 son at home, land valued at $250.
Children:
Wesley Potts Jr, born 1832 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
Allen Kendrick Potts, born 1837 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
10/26/1858, he married Martha Ann Lindsay, born 1842 in TN.
(S) 1910 Census, KY, Marshall Co. She has had 8 children, 4 surviving; 1 daughter at home.
Angeline Potts, born 1841 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
10/16/1856 in Henry Co., she married Martin Lindsay.
(S) 1860 Census, KY, Marshall Co. 1 son.
Hamilton W Potts, born 1844 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860 Census. Living with parents.
11/22/1865 in Henry Co., he married Malissa A Fields, born 1849 in KY.
(S) 1880 Census, KY, Marshall Co. 5 children.

vi. Wilbur “Willie” Potts, born 1808 in TN.
1820, TN, Williamson Co., Franklin. m:10<16. See No.116.
Willie married Catherine A ?, born 1806 in VA.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, TN, Henry Co.: 10002…, 0011….
1840, (S) 1840 Census, TN, Henry Co.: 011001…, 210001…
9/28/1850, (S) 1850 Census, TN, Henry Co., Dist14. Willie is a farmer with land valued at $500.
Children:
Delila Potts, born 1829 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
Thomas M Potts, born 1830 in TN. (S) 1850 Census. He is a Carpenter.
~1851, he married Delila ?, born 1827 in AL.
(S) 1860 Census, TN, Henry Co. 5 children.
Louisa Evaline Potts, born 1832 in TN.
(S) 1850 Census. Living with parents.
11/7/1857 in Henry Co., she married Zacharia M Conyers.
Louise E Potts, born 1837 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
Elizabeth T Potts, born 1839 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
Sarah A Potts, born 1842 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
Abner R Potts, born 1844 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.
Mary L Potts, born 1847 in TN. (S) 1850 Census.

vii. Joseph Potts, born 1810 in TN.
1820, TN, Williamson Co., Franklin. m:10<16. See No.116.
Joseph married Emma ?, born 1816 in TN.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, TN, Sumner Co.: 0001…, 1001…
1840, (S) 1840 Census, TN, Henry Co.: 000001…, 0001001…
9/28/1850, (S) 1850 Census, Henry Co., Dist14. Joseph is a farmer.
10/2/1860, (S) 1860 Census, Williamson Co., Dist14. Joseph & Emma are farmers with a personal estate of $400.
8/9/1870, (S) 1870 Census, Williamson Co., Conyersville. Joseph & Emma are farmers with a personal estate of $200. Virginia, probably a daughter-in-law lives with them.
Children:
Alabama Potts, born 1836 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860 Census. Living with parents.
Columbus Potts, born 1842 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860 Census. Living with parents.
Leonard Potts, born 1844 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860 Census. Living with parents.
Romulus Potts, born 1845 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860 Census. Living with parents.
Noel Osea Potts, born 1848 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860, 1870 Census. Living with parents.
Caroline Potts, born 1850 in TN.
(S) 1850 Census. Living with parents.
William Potts, born 1856 in TN.
(S) 1850, 1860 Census. Living with parents.

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