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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Cox 104 Moses Carter

104. Moses Carter

~1765, Moses born in Edgefield Dist., SC.
1818, Moses died in Burnt Corn, Conecuh Co., AL.

Children of Moses and ?:

i. Hezekiah Carter ( 52), born ~1783 in SC.

John Pascoe & Elizabeth Edwards

16388. John Pascoe & 16389. Elizabeth Edwards

Family notes:

·         5/11/1564, John Pascowe married Elizabeth in Wendron, Cornwall, England.

·         1558-79, Plaintiffs: John Pascowe and Elizabeth Pascowe his wife. Subject: property in Plymouth, Saltash, St Stephen by Saltash, St Cleer and Callington, Cornwall, and Jacobstowe, Devon,and Warbstowe [Warbstow], Cornwall. (S) UKNA.

Children of John and Elizabeth:

i. John Pascowe (8194), born 10/25/1578 in Wendron, Cornwall, England.

ii. Elizabeth Pascowe (4101), born 1582 in Wendron, Cornwall, England.

Saturday, July 29, 2017

516 John Wallis

516. John Wallis & 517. Martha ? [England, VA]

Bef. 3/18/1639, John Wallis arrived in VA. (S) C&P, 1934, P121, Patent of William Burdett.
12/1/1678, John mentioned in the will of Thomas Axwell. (S) Lower Norfolk Co. & Norfolk Co. Wills, 1637-1710, P59.
168?, John’s will. (S) See Family notes.
7/15/1691, Judgement contested by Roger Hodges and Thomas Mercer, Executors of John Falke , Deceased for payment of 2 barrels of tar and Indian corn to John Wallis. (S) Norfolk Co. Court Minutes, P233.
Bef. 7/16/1701 John died in Norfolk Co., VA. (S) Will probated.

Family notes:
• John’s will: “… buried at the Disposing of my Wife Martha Wallis … unto my Sonn John Wallis, all the houseing [torn] around, and al the wood Land ground adjoining it to a branch below the fisheing [torn] and Soe to a branch runninge off the Creeke, adjoyning to Edward Davis and right [torn] the Said Davises house. … unto my Sonn William one Necke of land [torn] being point boundeing on the branch adjoyning to the Little house, Point, and my Sonn [torn] the other side … unto my Sonn Thomas, one Necke of Land Called [torn] Necke and So adjoyning to my Sonn Willie So bounding on a branch, where Anthony Lapus [torn] the barr, kill … my Sonn Richard all my Land on the Westerne Side same branch with one hundred and fifty acres of Land, which I bought of Anthony Lopas … these Parcels of Land to my foure Sonns … Neither of them, shall make any Conveyance or Sale, of Either of there parts unles it be [torn] Each other …”
• John probably had brothers Thomas and William. Thomas’ will, Norfolk Co., dated 2/15/1705 names his brother William executor of his estate. [John would not be mentioned since he had already died. This William Wallis died in 1712 in NC leaving a son William.]
• Beaufort Co., NC and Norfolk Co. VA are not very far apart. Family members could easily travel between locations by sea.

Children of John and Martha:

i. John Wallis Jr, born ~1668 in VA.
1704 Rent Roll for Norfolk Co., VA: Jno Wallis, Richard Wallis, Wm Wallis, Thomas Walice.
7/1/1720 John sold land to John Bond ( 256) and wife Elizabeth of the Co. of Bath.
1/9/1749, John named in the will of Abraham Pritchett of Beaufort NC.

ii. Thomas Wallis, born ~1670 in VA.
1/29/1691-2, Thomas witnessed the will of William Hookey. (S) Lower Norfolk Co. & Norfolk Co. Wills, 1637-1710, P136.
1704 Rent Roll for Norfolk Co., VA: Jno Wallis, Richard Wallis, Wm Wallis, Thomas Walice.
~1715, Thomas married Elizabeth Rowntree, born 1691, d/o Thomas & Elizabeth.
1/15/1734, Thomas bought 130 a. on Stopping Creek in Chowan Co., NC.
1743, the commissioners met 6½ miles south of Chickinacomack Inlet. They took a reading of the latitude and drove a cedar stake on the Outer Banks …; the line crossed Hatteras Island 25 feet south of the house where Thomas Wallis lived. (S) The Granville District and Its Land Records; 1993, Mitchell.
1752, Thomas wrote his will. (S) NC State Archives, 028, DB-5/278.
William Wallis, born ?.
12/1/1746, William left “land where he now lives in Perquimans Co; 50 acres from the Jessop purchase” in the will of his maternal grandfather.
He married Martha Whiddon.
William given L5, VA currency in his father’s will.
Jonathan Wallis, born ?.
Jonathan given the plantation in his father’s will.
John Wallis, born ?.
John given 130 acrs in his father’s will.
Judith Wallis, born ?.
Judith given ½ of the land in Beaufort? Co. in her father’s will.
Susanah Wallis, born ?.
Susanah given ½ of the land in Beaufort? Co. in her father’s will.

iii. William Wallis Sr ( 258), born ~1675 in VA.

iv. Richard Wallis, born ~1677 in Va.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

156 Henry Smith

156. Henry Smith [NC]

6/9/1715, Henry granted 870 acres on N. side of Pamlico River and E. side of Broad Creek at the mouth, joining the sd. Creek, and the river. (S) NC PB2, P394.
4/5/1720, Henry granted 310 acres joining a pocoson. (S) NC PB2, P309.
3/30/1721, Henry granted 310 acres in Bath Co., joining a pocoson. (S) NC PB2, P297.
8/24/1748, Henry wrote his will: Heirs: David, Sarah, Nanney, Henry, John, Elizabeth, Olive, Samuel, Mary, David Smith is appointed Executor. Witnesses: ____ Garrold, Charles Smith, John Hardee. (S) Secretary of State Papers Wills SS 877.

Children of Henry and ?:

i. David Smith ( 78), born 6/8/1735 in Bath Co., NC.

ii. Cassandra “Sarah” Smith, born ~1736 in Beaufort Co., NC.
Cassandra married Issac Hardee, s/o John ( 158), and brother of David’s wife.

iii. Nanney Smith, born ?.

iv. Henry Smith, born ?.

v. John Smith, born ?.

vi. Elizabeth Smith, born ?.

vii. Olive Smith, born ?.

viii. Samuel Smith, born ?.

ix. Mary Smith, born ?.
[It is possible, but not probable, that this Mary is the wife of John King.]

Friday, July 21, 2017

44 Calicots-Callaway

44. William Calicots & 45. Elizabeth Ann Callaway

4/1820, William born in Rocky Mountain, Franklin Co., VA.
5/27/1827, Elizabeth born in MO.
1/27/1842, William married Elizabeth in Calloway Co., MO. (S) Callaway Co. MO Marriages.
6/6/1860, Wm, age “45”, and Elizabeth, age 33, live in Calloway Co., MO. Wm is a farmer. They have 5 children. Eldest child, John B, has the occupation of “Serving”. All of the children were born in MO. Wm has real estate valued at $300, and a personal estate of $100. (S) 1860 Census.
Aft. 1863, Elizabeth died.
6/8/1880, Wm Calicote, age 60, born in VA, and daughter Rebecca C Calicote, age 17, born in MO., live in Auxvasse, Callaway Co., Mo. Wm is a farmer. Rebecca keeps the house. (S) 1880 Census.
6/1/1900, William, father-in-law, born April 1820, lives with his daughter Rebecca’s family in Auxvasse Township (west part), Callaway Co., MO. (S) 1900 Census.
12/24/1900, William died.
(S) IGI.
Children of William and Elizabeth:
i. John B Calicots, born 1844 in MO.
ii. Laura A Calicots, born 2/4/1846 in MO.
1/18/1867, Laura married William Estes, born 5/26/1844 in MO.
6/28/1900, Laura A and William live in Auxvasse Township (west part), Callaway Co., MO. They have 1 son and 3 daughters. Her brother Thomas lives with them. (S) 1900 Census.
3/21/1917, Laura died in Reform, Callaway Co., MO.
iii. Thomas Calicots, born 7/1847 in MO.
6/28/1900, Thomas lives with his sister Laura. (S) 1900 Census.
iv. Giles H Calicots, born 1/1852 in MO.
1877, Giles married Georgia C ?, born 11/1854 in MO.
6/21/1900, they live in St Aubert Township, Callaway Co., MO. They have 2 sons and 3 daughters. (S) 1900 Census.
v. William (Billy) M Calicots (22), born 11/1857 in MO.
vi. Rebecca Cecily Callicoat, born 2/1863 in VA.
1883, Rebecca married Robert H Wood, born 10/1850 in MO.
6/1/1900, in Auxvasse Township (west part), Callaway Co., MO, Robert and Rebecca have sons: Ora S, born 9/1883, Gordon H, born 10/1885, Edgar R, born 12/1887, and daughter Martha E, born 3/1891. All children born in MO. The 3 boys are in school. Rebecca gives her birth place as VA. (S) 1900 Census.