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151 1790 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 201
James Massey
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 3M
5F

1800 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 155
James Massey
(45+) 1M 1F
(10-16) 1M 3F
(0-10) 1F

1810 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 198
James Massey
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M 1F

1817, Nov 24 -- Will, Chatham County, NC
Will of James Massey Dec'd
Heirs: son Thomas Massey, daughter Sarah Sugg, daughter Margaret Bryan, grandchildren Jenny Guin and Alfred Guin [children of Sarah Sugg], daughter Elizabeth Pearce, daughter Mary(Polly) Bryan and son Russell Massey. Executors: son Russell Massey and William Scurlock. Witnesses: Presley George and Jos. W. Riddle. Will denotes that James Massey died Wednesday night, April 8, 1818 at 11 o'clock.

1818, May 18 -- Estate, Chatham County, NC
Estate of James Massey Dec'd.
Items were purchased by the following: Dr. John Dobson, George Dismaker, Elisha Poe, George Thompson, Joseph Foushee, Seth Thornton, Charles J. Williams, William Foushee, William Pearce, John Cocke, John Foushee, Col. James Taykor, Basel Manley Esq., Jo. Scurlock, Wm. W. Stedman, William Scurlock, Asa Hurley, Robert Ward, Zachariah Harman, Joseph Hackney, Hasten Poe, Ransom Poe, Presley George, Capt. Daniel Foushee, Mr. Auley Brown, Micajah Foushee, Stephen Hays, Lewis Freeman, William Caudle, Hardy Poe, Guilford Petty, Taylor Maun, Robert Thompson, Stephen Thomas, Andrew Haynes, Elijah Foushee, Mrs. Sally Sugg, Simon Foushee, Tabby Riddle and Saml. Parry.

 
Massey, James (I38360)
 
152 1790 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 222
Laurence McManus
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 2M
3F

1800 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 177
Lawrence McManus
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M

1810 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 197-B
Lawrence McManus
(45+) 1M 1F

1813, Feb 15 -- Will, Chatham County, NC
Will of Larance McManous, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Cattral [negro Arter], youngest son Larrance, son Ely, Nathan, Aaron and Jonathan, daughters Ann Rains, Hannah Williams, Amy Rains and Cattrel Tommos, granddaughters Mary Elkins and Ann Barber. Executors: sons Nathan McManous and Aaron McManous. Witnesses: Ebenezer Elliott, Joseph Tillman and John Tillman. Proven May 1813.
 
McManus, Lawrence (I41215)
 
153 1790 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 227
Micajah McGee
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 1M
2F 
McGee, Micajah (I39679)
 
154 1790 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 23
James Culberson
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
3F

1795, Aug 27 -- Land Grant #1443, Chatham County, NC
James Culbertson received 100 acres located on Fall Creek adjoining Person (formerly Powers) and McManess. John Vanderford and Josiah Culbertson were chain carriers.

1795, Dec 8 -- Deed Book H Page 94-95, Chatham County, NC
Sampson Bruer deeded Edward Beeson (of Randolph County) 150 acres located on Fall Creek adjoining Goleston. James Culbertson and Robert Wilson were witnesses.

1797, Jan 21 -- Land Grant #1474, Chatham County, NC
Edward Beeson received 472 acres located on Cedar Creek and Fall Creek adjoining Vanderford, James Daton, his own line, Isaac Teague, Eli Lawler, James Culbertson, Michael Finley and Benjamin Williams. James Daton and Robt. White were chain carriers.

1797, Jan 23 -- Land Grant #1476, Chatham County, NC
Richard Pennington received 200 acres located on Fall Creek adjoining Henry Powers, Carter Henry and Finley. James Culbertson and Robt. Wilson were chain carriers.

1797, Jan 24 -- Land Grant #1541, Chatham County, NC
Henry Powers received 100 acres located on Fall Creek adjoining Edward Beeson, Benjamin Williams and Finley. James Culbertson and Robt. Wilson were chain carriers.

1797, Jan 24 -- Land Grant #1421, Chatham County, NC
James Culbertson received 250 acres located on Fall Creek adjoining his own line, McManess, Henry Powers, Finley and Eli Lawler. Edward Beeson and John Vanderford were chain carriers.

1797, Jan 25 -- Land Grant #1452, Chatham County, NC
John Vanderford received 100 acres located on Ceder Creek adjoining Minto Vanderford. Robt. Wilson and James Culbertson were chain carriers.

1797, Dec 1 -- Land Grant #1567, Chatham County, NC
Samuel Person received 200 acres located on Fall Creek and the Moore County line adjoining Wilson and his own line. James Culbertson and Eli Lawler were chain carriers.

1800 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 224
James Culberson
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 3M 2F

1810 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 197-B
James Culberson
(45+) 1M
(16-25) 1F
(10-16) 3M
(0-10) 3M

1820 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 223
James Culberson
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(16-25) 2M
(16-18) 2M
(0-10) 1F 
Culbertson, James (I41173)
 
155 1790 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 233
Saml. Stewart
(16+) 4M
(0-16) 1M
(all ages) 2F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 52
Samuel Stuart
(45+) 1M 1F
(10-16) 1F

1810 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 203
Saml. Stewart
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M
(10-16) 2M 1F
(0-10) 2M 2F

1820 -- Census, Pendleton District, SC Page 169
James Stewart
(45+) 2M 2F
(16-26) 2M
(16-18) 1M
(10-16) 1M 1F

Information below provided by Tom Stewart, who received it from a fellow Stewart researcher.

SAMUEL STUART, THE IMMIGRANT

In the year, 1859, Edward "Ned" Stuart, grandson of this Samuel Stuart, wrote his family history which he called the HISTORY OF THE STUARTS. Edward "Ned" Stuart was a school teacher, in Moore and Chatham Counties, North Carolina for over forty years. He was 59 years old when he wrote his family history. The following is from that family history.

"My paternal grandfather, Samuel Stuart, with his wife, whose maiden name was Jane Dickey, emigrated to this country from Londonderry, Ireland, something more than a century ago (i.e. before 1759). They came to this country man and wife, though I believe all their children were born in this country. They had a number of children I will give their names so that their, descendants may be able to claim relation with each other, as they are widely scattered. I remember seeing him (Ed., must have meant his grandfather, and Ned was born in 1800) and regret very much that he did not live until I was old enough to enquire of him. He was for the time, very intelligent; something more of the ancestors; He was of the Scotch Irish race; he lived to be over a hundred years old."

In 1906, Q. A. Oats, Methodist Preacher, in Mississippi, and great-grandson of Samuel Stuart, wrote the following in a letter, to his cousin. "Your great grandfather, Stuart, and mine, was born in Londonderry, Ireland. He was Scotch, as were his parents. The name Stuart is derived from the line of Scotch kings. Alderman Frenchman was Steward to King David, of Scotland and got his name. He married the King's daughter, and their descendants were called Stuarts. The branch of the family we descended from, fled to Ireland when King William, of Orange conquered Scotland. Our great grandfather was Samuel Stuart. He married Jane Dickey. They came to this country with the Puritans,--from there to Virginia, from there to the Scotch settlement in Chatham County, North Carolina;, finally settled in Moore County," (Ed note: I do not know how much of this was fact and how much was legend that had been handed down to him.)

Another family history from Samuel Stuart's granddaughter, Nancy Violet Stuart, stated that Samuel Stuart was from the Royal House of Scotland and England and that he emigrated from Scotland when the Kingdoms of England and Scotland combined. (Ed note: I believe this should have been stated that he emigrated after the kingdoms combined, because he was born about 1714 and that was about the time the two kingdoms combined. It might have been our Samuel Stuart's father that left Scotland and went to Ireland about 1714.

From the above histories we conclude that Samuel Stuart must have emigrated about 1750, Where he landed in America is not known, but it probably was Philadelphia and then he moved to Orange County, North Carolina,

SAMUEL STUART IN AMERICA

Samuel Stuart probably stayed in the Pennsylvania a short period of time, before moving to North Carolina, He could have moved to North Carolina with the Lindleys, Hollingsworths and Harlans, "These families resided in the Kennet township of Chester County, Pennsylvania, until about the year 1753, when in company with others they all moved to Chatham County(then Orange County), North Carolina, and settled on "Cane Creek"." This information was obtained from the book. THE HARLAN FAMILY, by Alpheus H. Harlan.

The earliest Tax List of Orange County, North Carolina to survive until today is the 1755 List and it contains the names of SAMUEL STUART, John Stuart and James Stuart among others. I believe that James and John Stuart were close relatives of our Samuel Stuart. The Orange County, North Carolina Court Minutes of March 1758 mentions a Samuel Stuart as Keeper of the Goal(Jail). A part of Orange County, NC in 1770 became Chatham County.

Mr. William D, Bennett of Raleigh, NC, while doing research for Mr. Milton Stewart of Cornelia, GA in 1982 located the following grants in the Secretary of State Papers from Orange County, NC:

6 May 1756 - Entry - John Stewart - 640 acres on south side of Haw River on Robinsons Creek.
1 Aug 1756 - Entry - John Stewart - 640 acres on south side of Haw River adjoining William Marsh.
23 Nov 1761- Entry '" James Stewart Jr. by John Stewart on Robesons Creek waters of Haw River adjoining William Petty's line.
13 Dec 1762- SAMUEL STEWART - 700 acres on Terrells Creek of Haw River - including his improvements.
22 Oct 1763- Entry - John Stewart - 206 acres on waters of Haw River adjoining William Marsh and Markis.

(From STEWART CLAN MAGAZINE of August 1948). Samuel Stuart was living in Orange County. NC, on Jun 1, 1766, when Hugh Linon of that county made his will and appointed "my friends Samuel Stuart and William Lindsay" executors. Linon bequeathed to Stuart. "my slave Hannah until she is 18." Linon, who was from Ireland, owned land on Pine Hill Creek, a small stream flowing into Cane Creek, and when Chatham County was set off from Orange in 1770 most of Pine Hill Creek went with it.

Samuel Stuart, of Chatham County, NC, bought Feb 8, 1777 of Matthew Fike 150 acres of land "beginning at an ash on the river bank" and the witnesses to the deed were Argulas Henderson and George Stuart. This was in Chatham County, and when Samuel Stuart sold this land July 31, 1784 to Charles Morgan, Sr., the witnesses to the deed were Joseph Morgan and John Stuart. Samuel Stuart was granted Mar 3, 1779, 272 acres and also 578 acres on both sides of Pine Hill Creek in Chatham County, NC. Samuel was called "weaver" when he deeded 50 acres of the above land to William Neblett, weaver, on April 22, 1780. Samuel deeded Aug 1, 1785, to Joseph Hadley 384 acres on Pine Hill Creek, adjoining John Pyle. The witnesses to this deed were Aaron Harlan and James Stuart. Samuel was granted Oct 3, 1782, 100 acres of land on the branches of Love's Creek, waters of Rocky River, and was designated "weaver" when he sold this tract Feb 12, 1787 to John Lambert, planter: witnesses, Thomas Beaver and John Stuart. On Dec 21 1782, Samuel bought of Joseph Hadley 300 acres of land adjoining Timothy Terrell on Vernon's Creek on the waters of Deep River. Chatham County NC. The witnesses to the deed were Joshua Hadley and Adam Stuart. On May 6, 1785, Samuel Stuart, weaver, bought, of William George, planter, 52 acres on Terrell's Creek, waters of Rocky River adjoining Hadley: witnesses, Aaron Harlan and Aaron Terrell. On Aug 9, 1787, Samuel was granted 100 acres on the head of Terrell's Creek, adjoining William George. On Sep 11, 1787, he deeded to Jacob Cohat 350 acres of land on both sides of Pine Hill Creek which had been granted to him. The witnesses to his signature (always Sal Stuart) were Edward Stuart and James Woolason. That makes five other Stuarts who have signed as witnesses - George, Adam, John, James and Edward.

The census of 1790 showed one Samuel Stewart was head of a family in Chatham County, NC, he had apparently, a wife, 3 sons over 16, one son under 16, and a daughter and five slaves. He lived in a Quaker neighborhood but was probably not a Quaker. One Samuel Stuart, probably the same, bought Sep 9, 1791, of William Hardin of Moore County, NC, 640 acres of land on the waters of Little Brush Creek, adjoining Thompson and Greaves, in Chatham County, NC and the witnesses to the deed were Jacob Teague and Samuel Stuart, Jr. There were many more deeds, and one in 1801 referred to Samuel Stuart as "of Moore County, NC" (End of article from STEWART CLAN MAGAZINE).

Again quoting Mr. William D. Bennett, professional researcher of Raleigh, NC: "It is to believe that Samuel Stuart is the one who entered land on Terrells Creek in 1762. This is on the northeast side of Haw River about opposite Terrells Creek. With the closing of the Granville Land Office in Mar 1763 following the death of Lord Granville, it is very probable no grant was issued for this tract. From then until 1778 it was impossible to obtain title to vacant land in this area (the Granville Tract).

Today Pine Hill and Cane Creeks are in the southwestern corner of Alamance County For a better understanding of the deeds, the term "on the waters of" meant that the land was drained by that particular stream but was not bounded by the stream. Samuel seems to have speculated in land, which was very common at this period. His land purchases extend from one side of Chatham to the other. Brush Creek is on the western edge of Chatham and flows into Randolph County before emptying into Deep River. I presume Bloody Creek is present day Bloodrun Creek.

COURT MINUTES

The Abstracts of Court Minutes of the Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Chatham County. NC taken from the NORTH CAROLINA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL mentions Samuel Stuart several times. These minutes cover the period from May 1774 to May 1778. Samuel Stewart, overseer of road from the Great Branch of Dry Creek to the Orange County. NC line (May 1774). Samuel Stewart…Grand Jury duty…Orphans, Sarah Jones, 14, and Jemimah Jones, 8 bound to Samuel Stewart (Aug 1774). Esquires present…Samuel Stewart. Samuel Stewart overseer of road from Terrell's Creek to Blasingame's Branch. Esquires Justices: Samuel Stewart. Processioners in Capt. Harper's District: Samuel Stewart and Jeduthan Harper (May 1775). Esquires present…Samuel Stewart & Balaam Thompson (Aug 1775). Court ordered that Samuel Stewart have leave to turn the publick road a small distance round his plantation (May 1776). Court ordered that Martin Crutchfield be appointed overseer of the road in room of Samuel Stewart (Aug 1777). End of Court Minutes.

The Federal Census of 1800 shows Samuel Stuart living in Moore County, NC which is .located adjacent to Chatham County In the 1800 Census. Samuel is listed as being born before 1755 as is his wife and another female born between 1774 and 1784 is living with them. His son, Samuel Stewart, Jr. is listed in Chatham County, NC and was born between 1755 and 1774. The Federal Census of 1810 of North Carolina does not list Samuel Stuart, Sr., but does list his son, Samuel Stuart, Jr. still living in Chatham County, NC and shows a male born before 1765 living with Samuel Jr. My guess is that Samuel Stuart Sr.'s wife Jane (Dickey) Stuart, died between 1800 and 1810 and that old Samuel moved in with his son back in Chatham County, NC.

We know from the Family History and by deeds in North Carolina and Georgia that Samuel Stuart, Jr. moved his family to Georgia in 1811 and I believe that Samuel Stuart Sr. went with him and stayed with another of his sons, James Stuart, in Anderson County, SC and remained there until he died circa 1824. As mentioned before we know he was at a wedding in South Carolina in 1814 and a letter written in 1906, by Q. A. Oats said that Samuel Stuart died in South Carolina. When his son, James Stuart died in Anderson County, SC in 1844, his obituary stated that he was buried next to his father who lived to be 96 and his father-in-law who lived to be 116. (I believe they were confused on these ages.)

According to one Family History, Samuel Stuart lived to be 110 years of age and danced, at age 100, at the wedding of his granddaughter, Nancy Violet Stuart to Mathew Elias Cunningham, in South Carolina. Samuel Stuart lived to be more 100 according to the Family History written by Ned Stuart in 1859. Using the above information, Samuel Stuart was born circa 1714 in Ireland(?) and died circa 1824 in Anderson County, South Carolina and was buried there.

SAMUEL STUART'S CHILDREN

Here is what the Family History, written in 1859 by Ed "Ned" Stuart had to say about the children of
Samuel Stuart: "The oldest son, GEORGE was slain in the Revolution at what is called Pile's Hacking Match, in Orange County, NC. He died unmarried and left no children. The next, ADAM settled in Darlington District, SC. The third, JAMES settled in Georgia. EDWARD, my father, the fourth son, man of this history hereafter, and JOHN, the fifth son, also settled in Darlington District, SC. and SAM, the youngest, lived until his oldest children were grown, on Rocky River in Chatham County, NC, then moved to Georgia. They also brought up two daughters. BETTIE married a man by the name …” Ed note: The history is torn and we do not have the name of the second daughter.


 
Stuart, Samuel (I04742)
 
156 1790 -- Census, Duplin County, NC Page 50
Samuel Martindal
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
4F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 57
Samuel Martindale
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M 1F
(10-16) 1M 2F
(0-10) 1F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 598
Samuel Martindale
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 2F
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 1F

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 311
Saml. Martindale
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1F
(10-16) 1M
(0-10) 1M

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 466
Saml. Martindale
(70-80) 1M 1F
(10-15) 1M

1832, Aug 21 -- Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty, File S8878 Samuel Martindale
Samuel Martindale [age 80 - born 14 Jan 1752], resident of Moore County, NC] applied for a pension and stated that he entered the service in Apr 1776 in Kent County, DE. After his service he migrated to Augusta County, VA and then in the Fall of 1777 he moved to Duplin County, NC where he was drafted by the NC Miltia. In the fall of 1779, he moved to Anson County, NC, in 1781 back to Duplin County and in spring 1792 moved to Moore County on Deep River. Acquainted with James Gaines, Brian Boroughs, Archibald Sheals, Neill Sheals and Daniel McNeill. Jesse Seawell, a clergyman, and John Cheek submitted affidavits of support.

1844, Apr 27 -- 1844-1847 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 32
William Martindale v. Nancy Martindale and others. Appearing that Joseph Pearson and wife Eleanor and Thomas Martindale have been advanced land in their lifetime by Samuel Martindale, and that Betsy Culbertson and all of her children are dead without issue they are not entitled to a share in the partition of the land of Samuel Martindale, Dec'd. on Deep River. Jeremiah Phillips, Robert L. Purivs, Bradly Brady [Big], James Cavines and Powell Person appointed to divide the lands of Samuel Martindale Dec'd. and allot William Martindale 75 acres where William Martindale lives and all other land to Nancy Martindale.

1844, Jul 27 -- 1844-1847 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 60-62
Jeremiah Phillips, Robert L. Purivs, Bradly Brady [Big], James Cavines and Benjamin P. Person appointed to divide the lands of Samuel Martindale Dec'd. for his children William Martindale and Nancy Martindale in the following manner: [Lot 1] 75 acres to William Martindale located on Cedar Creek [Lot 2] 326 acres to Nancy Martindale located on Cedar Creek excluding 50 acres within the bounds that were deeded to James Moore and wife Elizabeth by Samuel Martindale.

 
Martindale, Samuel (I38546)
 
157 1790 -- Census, Fairfield County, SC Page 169
Anthony Seal
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 3M
3F 
Seale, Anthony (I39579)
 
158 1790 -- Census, Fairfield County, SC Page 169
Charles Seal
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
2F 
Seale, Charles (I39283)
 
159 1790 -- Census, Fairfield County, SC Page 169
Elijah Seal
(16+) 1M
 
Seale, Elijah (I39728)
 
160 1790 -- Census, Fairfield County, SC Page 173
Thomas Muse
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 3M
4F 
Muse, Thomas (I38624)
 
161 1790 -- Census, Fairfield County, SC Page 174
Widow Muse
(0-16) 1M
3F 
Pope, Sophia (I38619)
 
162 1790 -- Census, Guilford County, NC 495
Wm. Sullven
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
4F

1792, Nov 17 -- Deed Book 5 Pages 342-343, Guilford County, NC
John McAdow deeded William Sullivan [both of Guilford] 100 acres located on South Buffalo adjoining Samuel Hodges and Edward Ryan.

1794, Oct 11 -- Will Book A Page 309, Guilford County, NC
Will of John Ryan, dec'd.
Probated Nov 1794
Wife: Margaret
Daus: Ellenor, Margaret, Maryann and Ginnia
Sons: Robert, John and William
Executors: Sons Robert, John and William
Witnesses: William Sillaven and Elenar Sillivan

1797, May 28 -- Marriage Bond, Guilford County, NC
Caleb Sullivant and Elisabeth Kirkman received a marriage bond. Wm. Sulivant and William Ryan are listed as securities. Henry Pollack and William Sillaven were witnesses.

1800 -- Census, Guilford County, NC Page 674
William Sullivan
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M
(10-16) 2F
(0-10) 2M 3F

1805, Feb 1 -- Will Book A Page 366-367, Guilford County, NC
Will of Daniel Sullevan, dec'd.
1805, Feb 1 [written] 1809, Nov [probated]
Wife - Margret
Sons - William, Daniel, Edward, Florence [dec'd], Caleb, John and Joel Sillevan
Daus - Maryan, Nancy, and Henney Sillivan, Sarah Shepherd
Exectors: Andrew Williams and Andrew Russel
Witnesses: Obed Aydelott, John Ozment, and Winsmore Honren

1810 -- Census, Rowan County, NC Page 250
Wm. Sullivan
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 2M 1F
(10-16) 1M 2F
(0-10) 1M 1F

1814, Sep 5 -- Deed Book 12 Pages 379-380, Guilford County, NC
William Siilivan [of Rowan County] deeded Smith Sillivan [of Guilford County] 43 acres located on South Buffalow adjoining Saml. Hodges, Ryan, and Richard Ozment. Robt. Mayben and James Sillivan were witnesses.

1814, Dec 16 -- Deed Book 24 Page 523, Guilford County, NC
William Sillivan Senor. [of Roan County], Thomas Stack, Elijah Stack and Levin Stack [of Guilford County] deeded David Stack [of Guilford] 163 acres located on South Buffaloe adjoining John Ryan. Henry Jinkins and William Kirkman were witnesses.

1820 -- Census, Rowan County, NC Page 326
William Sillivan
(45+) 1M
(16-26) 2F
(16-18) 1M
(0-10) 2F

1830 -- Census, Davidson County, NC Page 240
William Sullivan, Sen.
(70-80) 1M
(60-70) 1F
(20-30) 1M 1F
(10-15) 2M
(0-5) 1F

1838, May -- Will Book 1 Page 315, Davidson County, NC
Will of William Sullivan Sr., decd.
Heirs: son John, son David, and "all children"
Executor: Son William and son-in-law David Curry
Witnesses: Daniel Lore and Solomon Lore
 
Sullivan, William (I225)
 
163 1790 -- Census, Lincoln County, NC Page 117, Seventh Company
Jno. Barber
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
8F
3 other free inhabitants

1799, Jan 1 [written] -- Will, Rutherford County, NC
1799, Apr [probated]
Will of John Barber, dec'd
Heirs: wife Sarah, sons John and Robert, daughters Margaret, Anna and Mary, son-in-law Robert and Isabeal Patterson, James and Sarah Wattson, William and Catharine Martin, Robert and Jane Adams
Executors: Sarah Barber and John Barber
Witnesses: Isaac White, David Moffett and Hugh McReynolds 
Barber, John (I13677)
 
164 1790 -- Census, Lincoln County, NC Page 120
Isaac Holland
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 4M
(all ages) 4F

1800 -- Census, Lincoln County, NC Page 831
Isaac Holland
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 2M
(10-16) 1M 1F

1810 -- Census, Lincoln County, NC Page 619
Isaac Holland
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1M
(16-26) 1M
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 1F 
Holland, Isaac (I04537)
 
165 1790 -- Census, Montgomery County, NC Page 416
Isham Smith
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
6F 
Smith, Isham (I34516)
 
166 1790 -- Census, Montgomery County, NC Page 416
Nathan Smith
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 3M
6F 
Smith, Nathan (I34513)
 
167 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC 156
Joseph Allen
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 3M
1F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 71
Joseph Allin
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M
(10-16) 2M 1F
(0-10) 4F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 600
Joseph Allen
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 2M
(10-16) 2F
(0-10) 1F

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 310
Joseph Allen
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M
(16-18) 1M
(10-16) 1M

1829 Feb [proven] -- Will Book B Page 63-64, Moore County, NC
Will of Joseph Allen, dec'd.
Heirs: wife Elizabeth, son Mark Allen, daughter Elizabeth "Betsy" Runalds, son Reuben Allen, son Joseph Allen and son John Allen
Executors: son Mark Allen and son-in-law Jeremiah Runalds
Witnesses: A. McNeill and John McCrummen

1829, Mar 21 -- Record of Estates Book B Pages 155-156,171,236, Moore County, NC
Estate of Joseph Allen, dec'd. by Administrator Mark Allen 
Allen, Joseph (I07313)
 
168 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 143
Edward Moore Jr.
(16+) 1M
2F

1820 -- Census, Orange County, IN Page 126-B
Edward Moore
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M 2F
(16-18) 1M
(10-16) 1M
(0-10) 2M 2F

1830 -- Census, Orange County, IN Page 32-B
Edward Moore
(60-70) 1M 1F

1840 -- Census, Gibson County, IN Page 22-B
Edward Moore Sr.
(60-70) 1M 1F 
Moore, Edward Jr. (I03259)
 
169 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
Drury Richardson
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 1M
3F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 73
Drury Richardson
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1F
(10-16) 1M

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 609
Drewry Richardson
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M
(0-10) 1M 1F

1811, Apr 15 -- Will Book A Page 271, Moore County, NC
Will of Drury Richardson, dec'd.
Heirs: Wife - Sally
Daughter - Sally Writter
Son - Edward Richardson
Son - Robert Richardson
Daughter - Letha Cooper
Daughter - Eliza Writter
Daughter - Oma Brewer
Son - William Richardson (decd.)
Son-in-law - John Writter
Witnesses: Aaron Smith, B. Boroughs
Proven Aug 1811 by Bryan Borough

1811 -- Will Book A Page 332, Moore County, NC
Estate of Drury Richardson, dec'd. by Administrator John Richardson 
Richardson, Drury (I04119)
 
170 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
Aron Tison
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 3M
4F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page
Aaron Tyson
(26-45) 2M 1F
(16-26) 4M
(10-16) 2M 1F
(0-10) 3M 2F

1805, Feb 16-Mar 15 -- Will Book A Page 249-256, Moore County, NC
Will of Aaron Tyson, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Lydia Tyson, son Aron Tyson, son Archibald Tyson [under 21 years old], son William Tyson [under 21], son John Tyson, son Cornelius Tyson, son Jacob Tyson, son Benjamin Tyson, daughter Rachel, daughter Jane, daughter Lydia and daughter Rebecca. Land holdings to be divided: 650 acres north of Deep River bought of James Alston; land south of Deep River in Chatham County and Moore County which were formerly the property of James Alston, Conner Dowd, Charles Dowd, John Dowd, Owen Dowd, Work Smith and Richard Dowd; plantation where I now live; lands conveyed by my father near the Mill; lands conveyed to my brother Benjamin Tyson; lands conveyed by Patrick Dowd and Mary Dowd; 213 acres conveyed by brother Benjamin Tyson; tract on Smith's Creek which I purchased at Sheriffs sale; tract on Smith's Creek conveyed by Richard Dowd; tract conveyed by brother Thomas Tyson; tract adjoining Lewis Phillips Junr. Executors: Murdock McKenzie, Archibald McBryde, brother Thomas Tyson and sons William Tyson, John Tyson and Cornelius Tyson. Witnesses: Alexr. McKenzie, Daniel Sinclair , Daniel McNair and Saml. Womble. Proven May 1805.
 
Tyson, Aaron (I39525)
 
171 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
Benjamin Tison
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 1M
3F

1791, Jan 6 -- Land Grant #377, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Tyson received 640 acres located on Deep River and Smiths Creek adjoining Gabriel Johnston. Charles Dowd and Duncan Murry were chain carriers.
 
Tyson, Benjamin (I39524)
 
172 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
John Melton Glascock
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
2F

1810 -- Census, Buncombe County, NC Page 245
John M. Glascock
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-26) 3M
(10-16) 2M
(0-10) 3M 2F

1830 -- Census, Bibb County, AL Page 143-B
John M. Glasscock
(70-80) 1M 1F
 
Glascock, John Milton (I7472)
 
173 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
John Quimby
(16+) 1M

1791, Nov 22-- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#396 John Quimbey entered 100 acres on McLendons Creek adjoining Niell McLeod and Campbell.

1792, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 336
Ordered that Thomas Ritter be appointed overseer of the road that leads by the Widow Muses and have the following hands to work: Wm. Dunn & hands, Saml. Dunn, Ida Upton, Jesse Upton, Edward Upton, Richd. Upton, Jno. Dannelly, John Atkinson, Thos. Muse, Saml. Elkins, Jacob Stutts, Jno. Ritter, Everet Ritter, Jesse Bean, John Sowell, Jno. Quimby, Jno. McCaskill , Alexr. McCaskill, Jno. Hargrove, Kenneth Murchison, Duncan McIntosh, Martin Martin, Neil McIntosh, Simon Rheubottom and Ezekl. Rheubottom.

1792, May 21 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 347
Ordered that John Sowell be granted letters of administration on the estate of John Quimby Dec'd.

1792, May 23 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 353
Letters of Administration on the estate of John Quimby issued to John Sowell.

1795, Jul 23 -- Land Grant #1589, Moore County, NC
John Quimbie received 100 acres located west of McLendons Creek adjoining Neill McLeod and Campbell. Isaac Sowel and John Danaly were chain carriers.

1798, Aug 11 -- Notice, The North Carolina Minerva [Fayetteville, NC] Newspaper
"Sheriff's Sale: to be sold at Moore court-house, on the 17th September next, for the taxes due thereon, the following tracts of land: 100 acres on Suck Creek near William Barrett's, supposed ot be the property of Captain McRee; 100 acres on M'Lendons Creek joining Rettar, entered by John Quimby, Dec'd.; 120,000 acres entered by John Porterfield and transferred to David Allison, the present proprietor unknown; 95,000 acres purchased by Allen Morrison and Co....Malcolm McNeill, Sheriff Jul 9"



 
Quimby, John (I39609)
 
174 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
Jonathan Caddell
(16+) 1M
4F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 56
Jonathan Caddle
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1F
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 2M 2F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 600
Jonathan Cadwell
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(16-26) 1M
(10-16) 2F
(0-10) 2M 1F
 
Caddell, Jonathan (I7972)
 
175 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
Patty Glascock
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 1M
6F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 76
Patsay Glascock
(45+) 1F
(26-45) 1M
(16-26) 2M 2F
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 1M 1F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 599
Patsy Glascock
(45+) 1F
(26-45) 1F
(10-16) 1M 1F

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 305
Patsy Glascock
(45+) 1F
(16-26) 1F
(10-16) 1M 
Howard, Martha "Patty" (I39648)
 
176 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
Richardson Fagin
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 4M
4F
1 Slave

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 50
Richardson Fagin
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1F
(16-26) 3M
(0-10) 2M 1F
4 Slaves

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 56
Richd. Fagin
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1F
(16-26) 1M
(10-16) 1M 1F

1816, May 7 -- Will, Jones County, GA
Will of Richardson Feagin, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Martha [negroes Sidney, Moses and Tom] and son Henry. Executors: Bryant Burroughs, Cornelius Dowd, Thomas Feagin and Samuel Feagin. Witnesses: Jesse Sanders and Sarah Feagin. Probated Aug 1818 in Jones County, GA. [Editor's Note: the will was likely written and signed in Moore County, NC and filed in Jones County, GA]
 
Feagin, Richardson Sr. (I39747)
 
177 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
William Barret
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
3F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 250
William Barrott
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 3M 2F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 613
Wm. Barrot
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 2M
(10-16) 2F
(0-10) 3M 3F

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 300
Wm. Barrot, Sen.
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1M
(16-26) 2M 3F
(0-10) 1M 2F

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 468
Wm. Barret
(70-80) 1F
(60-70) 1M
(20-30) 1M

1840, Jun 23 -- Record of Estates Book D Pages 128-130, 265-266, Moore County, NC
Estate of William Barrett Senr. dec'd. by Administator Jacob Stutts
 
Barrett, William H. II (I01558)
 
178 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
William Richeson
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
1F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 242
William Richardson
(26-45) 1M 1F
(10-16) 2M
(0-10) 2M 2F

1805, Aug -- Will Book A Page 259, Moore County, NC
Will of William Richardson, dec'd.
Heirs: wife Margaret, sons John, Drury, William, Enoch and Noah.
Proven Aug 1805 by Joseph McGee and B. Boroughs

 
Richardson, William B. (I04503)
 
179 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
David Cagle
(16)+ 1M
 
Cagle, David (I20820)
 
180 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
David Cagle
(16+) 1M
2F

1820 -- Census, Walton County, GA Page 236
David Cagles
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M 1F
(10-16) 3M 1F
(0-10) 3M

1830 -- Census, Henry County, GA Page 225
David Cagle
(60-70) 1M 1F
(20-30) 2M 1F

1840 -- Census, Henry County, GA Page 326-B
David Cagle Sen.
(70-80) 1M 1F
(5-10) 1M

1850 -- Census, Henry County, GA Page 269-B
D. Cagle 83 M, Farmer, $600 Real Estate, Born in SC
M. Cagle 80 F, Born in SC
S. Cagle 19 M, Farmer, Born in GA
 
Cagle, David (I17510)
 
181 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
Charity Muse
(0-16) 1M
5F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 243
Kindred Muse
(45+) 1F [may be Charity]
(16-26) 1M 1F
(0-10) 1M 1F
 
Charity (I38607)
 
182 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
Francis Bullock
(16+) 1M
3F

1792, Aug 20,22-23 -- 1785-1794 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 365
[Deeds] William Finley to Francis Bullock proven by Col. Thomas Overton

1793, Feb 19 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 377
Francis Bullock and Lewis Gardiner were duly qualified and subscribed the test. [Editor?s Note: Sworn in as Justice of the Peace.]

1793, May 23 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 403
Ordered the following take the list of taxables: Francis Bullock [District #8].

1794, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 451
Francis Bullock records his mark to be two half moons in the right and a smooth crop in the left and his brand to be ?FB?.

1794, Mar 19 -- Land Grant #785, Moore County, NC
Elijah Otery received 150 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining John Bullock. Francis Bullock and John Shuffle were chain carriers.

1794, May 21 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 465
Ordered that the following take a list of taxable for 1794: Francis Bullock [District #8].

1795, May 19 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 514
Ordered that the following magistrates take the list of taxables for 1795: John McAulay [District #6]; Francis Bullock [District #8].

1795, Aug 20 -- Land Grant #1153, Moore County, NC
Joseph Allen received 50 acres located north of Cabin Creek adjoining his own line (formerly Jacob Harwick) and Francis Bullock. Francis Bullock and Joseph Allen were chain carriers.

1795, Nov 18 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 541
Ordered that Francis Bullock Esq. have leave to build a mill on his own land on Cabbin Creek.


1796, Aug 18 -- Land Grant #878, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 300 acres located north of Bear Creek adjoining Nicolas Nall. William Williamson and Hezekia Dunn were chain carriers.

1797-1800, 1802 -- Panosophia Masonic Lodge No. 25, Carthage, NC
Francis Bullock listed as a member.

1797, Mar 19 -- Land Grant #1899, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock [assignee of David Cagle] received 100 acres located south of Grassy Creek in fork of Cedar Branch adjoining George Carringer. Christopher Yow and Allan Bullock were chain carriers. Jonathan Bullock and Joseph Allen attested to the transfer of the warrant.

1797, Jul 4 -- Land Grant #1080, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 50 acres located on Big Cedar Branch of Bear Creek. Nathan Morgan and Francis Bullock were chain carriers.

1797, Jul 4 -- Land Grant #1314, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 50 acres located north of Cabin Creek adjoining his own line and Joseph Allen. Joseph Allen and Francis Bullock were chain carriers.

1797, Sep 10 -- Land Grant #1316, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 250 acres located north of Bear Creek on Watery Branch adjoining Autery. John Sheffield and Francis Bullock were chain carriers.

1797, Sep 18 -- Land Grant #1315, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 100 acres located on both sides of Bear Creek including the mouth of Lick Branch adjoining Autery. John Sheffield and Francis Bullock were chain carriers.

1797, Nov 16 -- Land Grant #879, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 100 acres adjoining John Sheffield including his own improvement. John Sheffield and Francis Bullock were chain carriers.

1799, Aug 31 -- Land Grant #1684, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 100 acres located on both sides of Bear Creek adjoining Everet Smith. Isaac Smith and Jno. Gilliam were chain carriers.

1799, Sep 6 -- Land Grant #1862, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock [assignee of Jonathan Bullock] received 150 acres located where Persimmmon Branch of Grassy Creek crosses the Waggon Road adjoining Matthew Deaton and William Williamson. William Williamson and George Carringer were chain carriers. James Wood attested to the transfer of the warrant.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 41
Francis Bullock
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M
(10-16) 2F
(0-10) 1M 2F

1804-1805 -- Nc General Assembly Records
Francis Bullock was a member of the House of Commons

1804, Apr 23 -- Land Grant #1900, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 65 acres located south of Grassy Creek adjoining William Williamson Senr, Yow and Alston. Mathew Deaton and Wm. Williamson were chain carriers.

1804, Jun 1 -- Land Grant #1901, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 100 acres located on Calf Branch of Wolf Creek adjoining James Allan, Andrew Auman and Samuel Allan. Eli Collicott and Saml. Allen were chain carriers.

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 600
Francis Bullock
(26-45) 2M 1F
(16-26) 4F
(10-16) 2M 1F
(0-10) 1M 2F

1810, Jul 26 -- Moore County, NC Will Book A, Page 269
Will of Benjamin Britt, Dec?d. Heirs: wife Nancy (plantation where I now live and the profits from the sale of the Harvil place), children Behuver [Belaver], Ispthu [Jeptha], Buldu, Edwin, Tinatee [Finity] and Handay; Rodah, Widow of brother Rial Britt (land containing Bent field); Avington, Prulellah, Billasant [Bellison], Claramon [Cleryman], Becum and Tinsay, orphan children of brother Rial Britt (land north and west of Mill Creek that belonged to Rial). Executor: Joseph Allin. Witnesses: F. Bullock, Alexr. Morrison and Britin Britt. Proven Aug 1810.

1810, Aug-1811 -- Moore County, NC Will Book A, Page 330
Estate of Benjn. Britt, Dec?d. by Administrator Francis Bullock. Debts to the estate: George Hundsucker, Murdoch McAulay, D. Gillis, Richd. Hollin, John Kees, Sollomon Carpenter, Levy Deaton, Charles Sowell and William Kees
[Editor?s Note: estate is undated; the belief is it took place during 1810 or 1811 given his death in Jul/Aug 1810.]

1811, Oct -- A History of Sandy Creek Baptist Association by George Purefoy, Page 61
Elder Isaac Teague, William Waddill and Francis Bullock from Fall Creek Church (Chatham County) were delegates to the Association meeting at Marshal?s Meeting House in Anson County, NC.

1815 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock 200 acres/$800, 150 acres/$200, 100 acres/$100, 200 acres/$200, 800 acres/$100, 240 acres/$200, 100 acres/$10, 400 acres/$200, 200 acres/$75

1815, Nov 3 -- Land Grant #2019, Montgomery County, NC
Francis Bullock received 60 acres located on both sides of Wolf Creek and the Moore County line adjoining James Callacoat?s old place, Samuel Allen, McCrimon and Wilkins. Allen Bullock and John Kealin were chain carriers.

1815, Nov 3 -- Land Grant #2023, Montgomery County, NC
Francis Bullock received 100 acres located on Wolf Creek near the Moore County line adjoining Samuel Allen, his own line and John Shamburg. Allen Bullock and John Kealin were chain carriers.

1817, Nov 21 -- Land Grant #2315, Moore County, NC
Francis Bullock received 150 acres located south of Wolf Creek and the Montgomery County line adjoining Wilkins, Wright and McNeill. Belaver Britt and John McKinnon were chain carriers.

1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Col. Frances Bullock 1450 acres/$1850

1819, Nov 24 -- Land Grant #2511, Moore County, NC
Henry Yow received 44 acres located on the waters of Grassy Creek adjoining Williamson, his own line (formerly Allen Bullock) and Nall. Wm. Williamson Jur. and Stephen Whitley were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: The land listed as formelry belonging to Allen Bullock was originally granted to the Heirs of John Bullock Dec'd.]

1825, Nov 23 -- 1823-1831 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 102
[Deeds] Francis Bullock to Thomas Williams was proven by Wm. Brewer
 
Bullock, Francis (I39654)
 
183 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
Jesse Muse
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
1F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 58
Jesse Muse
(26-45) 1M 1F
(10-16) 3M
(0-10) 1M 3F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 600
Jesse Muse
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(16-26) 2M 1F
(10-16) 2F
(0-10) 2M 2F

1821, Feb -- Record of Estates Book B Page 25-29 Moore County, NC
Estate of Jesse Muse, Dec'd. by Administrators James B. Muse and Thomas P. Muse. Inventory includes negro woman Hannah. Debts due the estate from the following: John Richadson, Samuel Dunn, William Ellerbe, John Murchison and Lewis Elkins. Items purchased by the following: Widow Muse, Jesse Page, John B. Kelly, Nehemiah Birckhead, William Barrett, Esq., James B. Muse, Benjamin Phillips, Thomas M.D. Reid, Jesse Sowell, Senr., Joseph Johnson, William Phillips, Daniel H. Muse, James Hill, Hiram Hill, John Tyson, John Black, John Sowell Senr., Joseph G. Moore, Joseph Elkins, Thomas Hannon, Alexr. McIntosh, John McIver, Wm. Cox Junr., Asa Sowell, Kindred Birckhead, James Caddell, Leonard Stuts and Martin Hill.

1824, Feb 17 -- 1823-1831 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 27
Ordered that Eleazor Birkhead and Duncan Murchison Esqs. be appointed to examine Elizabeth Phillips, wife of Brinkley Phillips and Charraty Phillips, wife of William Phillips for voluntary consent in Deed to John B. Kelly for 1/6 part of land that Jesse Muse possessed. 
Muse, Jesse Franklin Sr. (I04103)
 
184 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
Randal Cheek
(16+) 3M
5F

1816, Feb 12-Mar 5 -- Estate, Chatham County, NC
Estate of Randal Cheek, Dec'd. by administrators John Cheek and Joab Cheek. Randal Cheek died Feb 1, 1816 owning two tracts of land: 241 acres on Tices Creek joining the [Moore] County line and 167 acres on Tices Creek adjoining the first tract and Wm. Phillips. Children of Randal Cheek listed as John Cheek, Joab Cheek, Mary Cheek, Jane Gilbert, Patty Phillips, Samuel Dunn and wife Elizabeth, Matthew Phillips and wife Lydia, Thomas Parks and wife Anna. Richard Jones, Eli Lawler, Nathan McManus, Sugar Jones and Aaron McManus were appointed to divide the land into 8 lots. Items were purchased by the following: Matthew Phillips, Mary Cheek, Joab Cheek, Benjamin Guilbert, Robert Moore, Samuel Elliott, Joab Cheek Junr., Archibald Shields, Lazurus Phillips, Tinzle Wade, Isaac Teague Seingr., James Hilyard, Josiah Cheek, Roderick Murchison, Cornelius Shields, Patty Phillips, James Call, Thomas Parks, Adam White, Thomas Cheek, Denis Phillips, Edward Harper, Nathan McManus, Brinkley Phillips, James Hardin, Denis Phillips, Joab Cheek Seignr., Henry Phillips Seignr., William Handcock, Robert Phillips, James Phillips, William Phillips, John Murchison , James England, James Gains, John Melton, Hezekiah Phillips, Marada Phillips, Stephen Davis, Calvin Cox, Robert Wilson, Daniel McDaniel, James McNeill, Gabriel Hardin and Thomas Wilson.

 
Cheek, Randolph "Randall" (I39521)
 
185 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
Robert Cheek
(16+) 3M
3F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 73
Robert Cheek
(45+) 1M 1F 
Cheek, Robert (I39519)
 
186 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 154
Christian Cagle
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 1M
1F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 605
Christian Cagle
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1F
(10-16) 1M

1830 -- Census, Blount County, TN Page 305
Christian Cagle
(60-70) 1M 1F

1850 -- Census, Blount County, TN Page 79-B
Christian Kagle 89 M, Pauper, Born in NC 
Cagle, Christian (I20818)
 
187 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 154
Jacob Stutts
(16+) 1M
1F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 48
Jacob Stuts
(26-45) 1M 1F
(0-10) 4M

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 604
Jacob Stutts
(45+) 1M
(16-25) 2M 1F
(10-16) 1M
(0-10) 2M 2F

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 312
Jacob Stutts
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 2M
(16-26) 1M 1F
(16-18) 1M
(10-16) 1M 1F
(0-10) 1M

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 477
Jacob Stuts Senr.
(70-80) 1M
(50-60) 2F
(20-30) 2M
 
Stutts, Jacob (I06656)
 
188 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 154
James Manus
(16+) 1M

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 240
James Manor
(26-45) 1M 1F
(10-16) 1M 1F
(0-10) 3F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 601 and 611
James Maners
(26-45) 1M 1F
(10-16) 2F
(0-10) 3F 
Maness, James (I20839)
 
189 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 154
James Melton
(16+) 1M
2F

1792, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 345
Deed from Isaac Hill to James Milton was proven by James Robson

1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records
Petition to form Alfordstown as County Seat for Moore County, NC
Ansel [A] Melton, James [x] Melton and Ansel Melton listed as signers (Petition failed)

1794, Nov 14 -- Land Grant #549, Moore County, NC
David Allison received a 602 acre Land Grant located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Leonard Furr, Neil McLeod, James Melton and John McKoy. Jacob Cagle and Neal McIntosh were chain carriers.

1794, Nov 20 -- Land Grant #1190, Moore County, NC
Joseph Cockman received a 100 acre Land Grant located on Long Meadow Branch adjoining his own line and James Milton. Wm. McDonald and James Milton were chain carriers.

1795 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
James Melton listed 100 acres

1796, May 24 -- Land Entry #1524, Moore County, NC
James Milton listed as a Neighbor on Joseph McGee's 100 acre Entry located on Haw Branch

1797, Nov 14 -- Land Grant #1241, Moore County, NC
Drury Joiner received a 50 acre Land Grant located on the Willow Meadow adjoining Joseph McGee and McKay. Jno. Martin and James Melton were chain carriers.

1797, Nov 14 -- Land Grant #1270, Moore County, NC
Stephen Richardson received a 100 acre Land Grant located North of Buffalo Creek adjoining Edwards. Joseph Cockman and James Melton were chain carriers

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 49
James Milton
(26-45) 1M 1F
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 3M 3F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 58
James Milton [likely a duplicate entry of above]
(26-45) 1M 1F
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 3M 3F

1801, Oct 28 -- Land Grant #1940, Moore County, NC
James Melton received a 50 acre Land Grant located on Long Meadow Branch adjoining Robert Sandifer, Neil McLeod and his own line. Jos. Cockman and Jno. Martin were chain carriers

1802, Mar 2 -- Land Grant #1849, Moore County, NC
James Melton received a 32 acre Land Grant located South of Buffalo Creek adjoining Henry Stutts, John Martin, Joseph McGee, Neil McLeod, Jacob Stutts, and Edwards. Jno. Martin and Jno. Buie were chain carriers.

1802, Jun 17 -- Land Grant #1772, Moore County, NC
William Dunn received 50 acre Land Grant located on Long Meadow Branch adjoining his own line, Michael Hill and Robert Edwards. Joseph Cockman and James Melton were chain carriers.

1802, Oct 7 -- Land Grant #0144, Moore County, NC
James Melton received a 300 acre Land Entry located on Long Meadow Branch adjoining Neil McLeod, Joseph McGee, Robert Wilkins and his own line. Jos. Cockman and Everet Wallis were chain carriers. [note -- never granted]

1803, Feb -- 1785-1868 Index to Trial Docket, Moore County, NC Page 30
State v. James Melton

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 599
James Melton
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M
(10-16) 1M 2F
(0-10) 4M

1815 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
James Milton listed 350 acres valued at $300

1816, Oct 25 -- Land Grant #2278, Moore County, NC
James Melton received a 200 acre Land Grant located on Long Meadow Branch adjoining Normand Matheson, Williams, and own line. Normand Matheson and Solomon Brewer were chain carriers.

1817, July 17 -- Land Grant #2479, Moore County, NC
John Melton received a 70 acre Land Grant located North of Buffalo Creek adjoining his own line. James Melton and Edward Richardson were chain carriers.

1817, Sep 10 -- Land Grant #2340, Moore County, NC
David Jones received a 200 acre Land Grant adjoining widow Tolmon, McNeill, Matheson and James Melton. Solomon Brewer and James Melton were chain carriers.

1817, Sep 11 -- Land Grant #2352, Moore County, NC
Solomon Brewer received a 50 acre Land Grant located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Joseph Cockman.
James Melton and Abner Brown were chain carriers.

1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
James Melton listed 150 acres valued at $200

1818, Nov 4 -- Land Grant #2384, Moore County, NC
James Melton received a 100 acre Land Grant located on Long Meadow Branch adjoining Normand Matheson, Williams, Widow Talmon, James Hains, and his own line. James Laky and Robert Melton were chain carriers.

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 307
James Melton
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 2M 1F
(16-18) 1M
(10-16) 3M
(0-10) 1F

1823, Jan 4 -- Land Grant #2631, Moore County, NC
John Cockman received a 13.75 acre Land Grant located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Stephen Richardson, Mrs. Wood, his own line, James Melton and McLeod. Jesse Upton and Drury Richardson were chain carriers

1826, Feb 25 -- 1823-1831 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 114
Deed from James Milton to George Kennedy acknowledged

1826, Nov 18 -- Record of Estates Book B Page 136-139, Moore County, NC
Estate of Henry Melton, dec?d. by Administrator James Dunlap. Accounts listed for the following: James Dunlap, James Melton [for $6], John Kennedy, Hugh Hammel, John Williams, Thomas Williams [short], and Robt. Melton [for wheat and smith work]. Notes due on the following: James Melton Jur. [for $30], Ansel Melton [for $32], Daniel Mcrimmon, Charles Sowell & James Hains, John Williams, Jesse Brown Jr., Robert Melton Sr.[son of Ansel] ? for $1.75 & $11.90], William Cagle and David Jones. Items were purchased by the following: James Dunlap, Thos. Williams [of Chris], Sarah Melton, Jesse Brown Sr., Robartis Huzza, William Brown/Brewer, Robt. Melton Sr., Ansel Melton Jr., Jno. Wallis, John McDaniel, James Muse, Edward Moore, Daniel McCrimmon, William Williamson, Isaac Brown, Isaah Melton, George Adams, Robert Melton Jr., Matthew Williams, David Jones, Jesse F. Muse, Norman McLoud, and George Hunsucker.

1827, Feb 24 -- 1823-1831 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 163
James Milton served Jury Duty (*Note could be son)

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 447
James Melton
(60-70) 1F
(50-60) 1M
(20-30) 2M
(15-20) 1M

1830, Feb 20 -- 1823-1831 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 304-305
The land of George Moore, decd. was partitioned and divided and his widow Delila Moore received 90 acres located on Buffalo Creek adjoining John Ritter. James Melton, Abner Brown, Jos. J. Person, Neill McIntosh, James Caveness, William Ritter, John McLeod, Jethro Denson, Andrew Yow, William Dannelly, Jeremiah Williams and Joseph G. Moore were appointed commissioners.

1834, Feb 18 -- Land Grant #2907, Moore County, NC
William Jones received a 60 acre Land Grant located East of Buffalo Creek adjoining his own line, James Melton, Ann Tolmon and Daniel McCrummen. Isaac Jones and Angus McKinnon were chain carriers.

1834, Mar 14 -- Land Grant #2950, Moore County, NC
James Melton received a 10 acre Land Grant located on Long Meadow Branch adjoining Joseph McGee, Normand Matheson and his own line. James Melton Jr. and Ansel Melton were chain carriers. 
Melton, James (I02943)
 
190 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 154
William Williamson
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 2M
4F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 73
William Williamson
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M 1F
(0-10) 2M 2F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 611
Wm. Williamson
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 2M 1F
(10-15) 1M

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 305
Wm. Williamson Senr.
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M
(16-18) 1M

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 473
Wm. Williamson Sr.
(80-90) 1M
(70-80) 1F
(50-60) 1F
(15-20) 1F

1840 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 177
William Williamson, Sen.
(100+) 1M
(80-90) 1F

1848, Apr 21-25, Record of Estate Book H Pages 5-8 Moore County, NC
Estate of William Williamson, dec'd by Administrator B. Williamson

1848, Apr 29 -- 1847-1849 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 211-212
Mary Williamson. v. Heirs of William Williamson Dec'd. Petition for dower. Bailey Williamson and others v. William Williamson and others. Petition for sale of slaves. Appearing that William Williamson, Lewis Williamson, William Garner and wife Dolly, William Deaton and wife Margaret, Lewis Kennedy, Robatus Kennedy and Josiah Kennedy reside out of state the petition is order to be printed in the North Carolina Argus in Wadesboro for six weeks.

1849, Jan 24, Record of Estate Book H Pages 30-31, Moore County, NC
Estate of William and Mary Williamson, dec'd by Administrator B. Williamson

1849, Sep 8-Oct 13 - Notice, The North-Carolinian [Fayetteville, NC]
Hiram Williamson and others v. Bailey Williamson and others. Petition for partition of real estate. Appearing that Lewis Kennedy, Josiah Kennedy, William Williamson, William Garner and wife Dolly, Lewis Williamson and Bartes Kennedy are non-residents of the state. They are summoned to appear at the courthouse in Carthage on the fourth Monday in October.

1850, Sep 28-Nov 2 - Notice, The North-Carolinian [Fayetteville, NC]
Bailey Williamson, Admr. v. Lewis Williamson and others. Petition for account and settlement. Appearing that Lewis Williamson, Wm. Garner and wife Dolly, Wm. Williamson, Robartus Kennedy, Lewis Kennedy, Josiah Kennedy, Dicy Kennedy, Sally Kennedy and Sparks Kennedy are non-residents of the state. They are summoned to appear at the courthouse in Carthage on the fourth Monday in October. 
Williamson, William (I05985)
 
191 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
Daniel Manus
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 3M
2F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 46
Daniel Manous
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1F
(10-16) 2M
(0-10) 2M 2F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 606
Daniel Maners
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 2F
(10-16) 1M 1F
(0-10) 1F

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 312
Daniel Manes
(45+) 1M 
Maness, Daniel (I01488)
 
192 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
John Williamson
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
3F 
Williamson, William Jonathan "John" (I01836)
 
193 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
Peter Schamburger
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 3M
6F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 49
Peter Shamburger
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M
(10-16) 1M 1F
(0-10) 1F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 65
Peter Shumbrough
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1M
(16-25) 1M 
Shamburger, Peter (I04198)
 
194 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
Richard Cheek
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
3F 
Cheek, Richard (I39542)
 
195 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
Robert Davis
(16+) 2M
4F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 76
Robert Davis
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(16-26) 1F
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 2M 1F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 610
Robt. Davis
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(16-26) 1M

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 305
Robt. Davis
(45+) 1M 1F 
Davis, Robert (I17208)
 
196 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
Robert Dickinson
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 5M
4F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 42
Robert Dickison
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M
(10-16) 2M 1F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 612
Robert Dickinson
(45+) 1M 1F

1810-1820 [undated estimate] -- Estate, Moore County, NC Will Book A, Page 334
Inventory of the Estate of Robt. Dickinson Dec'd. by Administrator Nancy Dickinson. [Editor's Note: No date given on actual Inventory but the date was estimated using his appearance in the 1810 and absence in 1820.]
 
Dickerson, Robert Jr. (I03195)
 
197 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
Robert Patterson
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 3M
4F 
Patterson, Robert (I38976)
 
198 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
Willis Dickinson
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 2M
5F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 243
Willis Dickison
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 2M
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 2F 
Dickerson, Willis (I39617)
 
199 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 156
George Carrender
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 3M
4F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 58
George Caringer
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1M
(0-10) 1F

1803, Aug 23 -- Will Book A Page 233-234, Moore County, NC
Will of George Carringer, dec'd.
Heirs: son Jacob Carringer, granddaughter Sally Carringer, daughter Caty Manes, daughter Peggy Manes, daughter Lis Autry, daughter Susanna Manes, daughter Barbary Barker, daughter Mary Bruer, daughter Dolly Rustin, son George Carringer, son John Carringer, son Peter Carringer, son Daniel Carringer, and son David Carringer.
Executor: William Williamson
Witnesses: David Kennedy and George Kennedy proved in open court Feb 1804. 
Carringer, George (I36108)
 
200 1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 156
John Hair
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 3M
3F

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 47
John Hare
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1F
(10-15) 1M 1F
(0-10) 2M 2F

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 599
Jno. Hare
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1F
(16-25) 2F
(10-15) 1M 1F
(0-10) 1F

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 305
John Hair
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M 2F

1823, Aug 13 -- Record of Estate Book B Page 74, Moore County, NC
Estate of John Hare, dec'd by Administrator Peter Hare 
Hare, John C. Sr. (I35969)
 

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