Notes


Matches 5,501 to 5,550 of 5,582

      «Prev «1 ... 107 108 109 110 111 112 Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
5501 physician Maness, Archibald Kelly Jr. (I27544)
 
5502 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I27551)
 
5503 Probably not Lockey's son Allen, Craven H. L. (I08480)
 
5504 raised by mother's sister after mother died in childbirth Lambert, Dewey Winfred (Wallace) (I20274)
 
5505 Raleigh & Myrtle had no children. Stewart, Raleigh Roland (I23175)
 
5506 Rebecca Hare is believed to have been the child of Peter Hare but proof has not firmly been established. Family F2399
 
5507 Recent discoveries from Linda Ritter of Louisiana detail the Ritter family history through personal letters as well as an oral family history written in 1910 by Murry Connie Ritter as told by his father William Young Ritter who passed the oral history down from his grandfather, Everett Ritter, Sr. The oral history and letters richly detail the beginning of the Ritter family in America through the migration of John Heinrich Ritter and two brothers from Germany to Pennsylvania in the late 1600's.

John Heinrich Ritter [d. 1739] and his wife Elisabeth settled in Pennsylvania where they are believed to have lived the rest of their lives. Several children continued the migration and moved south by 1732. John Heinrich "Henry" Ritter Jr. settled in Virginia and brothers Christian and Frederick migrated to the Carolina Colony near present day Salisbury, NC. Several daughters were born to Henry and Elisabeth including Margaretha, Maria, Elisabeth and Hannah.

In 1734, Henry Ritter married Sarah MNU in Virginia. His parents disapproved as she was not German. Jesse Ritter Sr. was born to them in 1735 and Sarah died during childbirth or shortly thereafter. After Sarah's death, Henry Ritter relocated to Salisbury, NC near his brother and remarried a cousin of his mother, Augusta "Gussie" Hobson Holt in 1736. She was also recently widowed. Henry and Gussie had several children but only John Ritter was named. According to the oral history, Jesse Ritter and his half-brother John left the Salisbury, NC area and settled in Moore County, NC near their uncle Moses Ritter. Jesse reportedly married Susannah/Hanna/Anna Wallace and had Everett, John, Hannah, August [died young], Thomas, Cloey, Elizabeth, James [never married], Jesse, Nancy and Susan. Jesse's wife Susannah apparently left him and he remarried Charlotte and had Hannah and Daniel. Susannah returned and "ran off" Charlotte and the kids and they left for South Carolina. After Jesse Ritter died, his oldest son Everett migrated to Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi. These letters as well as other heirlooms went with Everett and were passed down through multiple generations.  
Ritter, John Heinrich "Henry" (I19829)
 
5508 Recent discoveries from Linda Ritter of Louisiana detail the Ritter family history through personal letters as well as an oral family history written in 1910 by Murry Connie Ritter as told by his father William Young Ritter who passed the oral history down from his grandfather, Everett Ritter, Sr. The oral history and letters richly detail the beginning of the Ritter family in America through the migration of John Heinrich Ritter and two brothers from Germany to Pennsylvania in the late 1600's.

John Heinrich Ritter [d. 1739] and his wife Elisabeth settled in Pennsylvania where they are believed to have lived the rest of their lives. Several children continued the migration and moved south by 1732. John Heinrich "Henry" Ritter Jr. settled in Virginia and brothers Christian and Frederick migrated to the Carolina Colony near present day Salisbury, NC. Several daughters were born to Henry and Elisabeth including Margaretha, Maria, Elisabeth and Hannah.

In 1734, Henry Ritter married Sarah MNU in Virginia. His parents disapproved as she was not German. Jesse Ritter Sr. was born to them in 1735 and Sarah died during childbirth or shortly thereafter. After Sarah's death, Henry Ritter relocated to Salisbury, NC near his brother and remarried a cousin of his mother, Augusta "Gussie" Hobson Holt in 1736. She was also recently widowed. Henry and Gussie had several children but only John Ritter was named. According to the oral history, Jesse Ritter and his half-brother John left the Salisbury, NC area and settled in Moore County, NC near their uncle Moses Ritter. Jesse reportedly married Susannah/Hanna/Anna Wallace and had Everett, John, Hannah, August [died young], Thomas, Cloey, Elizabeth, James [never married], Jesse, Nancy and Susan. Jesse's wife Susannah apparently left him and he remarried Charlotte and had Hannah and Daniel. Susannah returned and "ran off" Charlotte and the kids and they left for South Carolina. After Jesse Ritter died, his oldest son Everett migrated to Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi. These letters as well as other heirlooms went with Everett and were passed down through multiple generations.  
Family F12986
 
5509 Retarded Cochran, Martha (I27177)
 
5510 Retarded Cochran, Abraham (I27178)
 
5511 Retarded. Cochran, Atlas (I27180)
 
5512 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F6980
 
5513 Robert Lynn Fox Jr. was born on September 11, 1945 and joined the armed fo
rces (Army) while in Asheboro, NC.
He served as a 11B10 (occupaton code) in the Army. In one year of se
rvice, he attained the rank of PFC/E3. OnNovember 30, 1968, at the a
ge of 23, Robert Lynn Fox Jr. perished in the service of his country in So
uth Vietnam, Province of Binh Duong. He is honored on the Vietnam Memori
al Wall on Panel 37W, Row 10. 
Lynn, Robert Jr. Fox (I24503)
 
5514 Samuel Millard Moore attended higher education school about 1909 at Bui
es Creek, NC, now Campbell University. He taught scho
ol in a one room school house, common in those days. 
Moore, Samuel Millard (I24299)
 
5515 Sanders researchers have long speculated that Jesse's father was William Sanders of Chatham County. Gary B. Sanders lays out the case of why that might not be accurate on his website at http://home.earthlink.net/~garybsanders/#JesseMoore

Given the DNA match with the Randolph/Montgomery County Sanders, I am inclined to agree with Gary.

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 597
Jesse Sanders
(26-45) 1M 1F
(0-10) 1M

1815 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders listed with (3 tracts)
100 acres valued at $150
100 acres valued at $150
60 acres valued at $60

1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders listed with 3 lots
107 acres valued at $209

1818, Nov 12 -- Deed, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders deeded Daniel Chisholm 3 tracts of land totaling 400 acres located on the Head of Drowning Creek

1819, Nov -- County Accounts, Moore County, NC
1820, Feb -- Index to Trial Docket, Moore County, NC
Calvin Jones v. Jesse Sanders

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 298
Jesse Sanders
(45+) 1M 1F

1820, Fall -- County Accounts, Moore County, NC
State v. Jesse Sanders

1821, Feb -- Index to Trial Docket, Moore County, NC
J. Sanders v. K. Black

1822, May -- -- Index to Trial Docket, Moore County, NC
J. Sanders v. Wm. T. England

1824, Feb 18-19 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders listed as serving Jury Duty

1824, Feb 20 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders listed as a witness for a Deed from Levi Bostick to Neil McLeod

1824, Aug 19 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Eleazor Birkhead & James Dowd appointed to settle with Wm. Barrett, Admst. of George Graham, decd

1825, Aug 16 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders exempted from Jury Duty

1825, Aug 18-19 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders served Jury Duty

1825, Dec 12 -- Estate of Joice Muse, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders purchased a plow

1826, Feb 1 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders qualified as Justice of Peace

1826, Feb 24 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1826, May 15 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
William T. England and Jesse Sanders appointed to examine Mary Jane, wife of James Evans in deed to Daniel Chisholm

1826, May 16 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Daniel McNeill appointed Sheriff by Justices including Jesse Sanders
Jesse Sanders appointed Tax Collector for District 3 for 1826

1826, May 17 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. presided over several appointments

1826, Aug 22-24 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1826, Aug 24 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders and Eleazer Birkhead, Esq. appointed to examine Nancy, wife of Daniel McIver and Margaret, wife of James Ganer in deed to Stephen Davis

1827, Feb 19-24 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1827, May 21 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1827, May 22 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Daniel McNeill appointed Sheriff by Justices including Jesse Sanders
Jesse Sanders polled in Congressional Election
Jesse Sanders, Esq. served Jury Duty

1827, Aug 20 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1828, Feb 19 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders appointed to committee to contract with suitable person to place glass windows in Courthouse

1828, Feb 22 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1828, Feb 23 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders presided over several appointments

1828, May -- County Accounts, Moore County, NC
State v. Jesse Sanders

1828, May 19 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1828, May 20 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Daniel McNeill appointed Sheriff by Justices including Jesse Sanders
Jesse Sanders appointed Constable for District 3

1828, Aug 18 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court
Jesse Sanders and Hugh McDonald, Esq. to examine Effy, wife of Roderick McKinnon and Florah, wife of John McPherson for deeds of 276 to Miles Kelly and Donald Kelly

1828, Aug 20 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1829, Feb 17-18 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1829, Feb 18 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
John B. Kelly v. Nathan Barrett and Jesse Sanders

1829, Feb 20 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Eleazer Birckhead and Eli Phillips appointed to settle with Jesse Sowell, Admst. of Charlotte Carrell

1829, May 18 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court
Jesse Sanders appointed Tax Collector for District 6

1829, May 19 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders among Justices named to select jurors

1829, Aug 20 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1829, Nov 16-17 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 446
Jessy Sanders, Esq.
(60-70) 1F
(50-60) 1M

1830, Feb 15-16 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1830, Feb 20 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
A Deed from James Fry to Jesse Sanders is acknowledged
A Deed from Jesse Sanders to Wm. Hill is acknowledged

1830, May 17 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1830, May 18 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. served Jury Duty
Jesse Sanders appointed to attend Elections at Martins

1830, May 19 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1830, Aug 18 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1830, Nov 15 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1831, Feb 21-23 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court

1831, Feb 23 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders listed as a security for Neill Kelly, Guardian

1831, May 16-17 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. present for court
Jesse Sanders is appointed Chairman of Court Pro Term

1831, May 26 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders listed as a witness on the partition and distribution of a tract of land from Angus Campbell, decd. to his widow, Christian Campbell

1834, Apr 15 -- Marriages, Fayetteville Observer, Moore County, NC
Jessy Saunders, Esq. married David W.S. McKinnon Esq. to Miss Catharine Muse on Mar 2, 1834

1838, May 22 -- Land Grant #3150, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders listed as a Neighbor on George Hunsucker's 100 acre Land Grant located between Wet Creek and Dry Creek

1838, Sep 17 -- Estate of John Shamburger, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders purchased a mowing scythe and a cream canter

1839, Fall -- County Accounts, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders served Jury Duty

1840 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 185
Jesse Saunders
(70-80) 1F
(60-70) 1M
(40-50) 1F
(20-30) 1M

1840, Jan 1 -- Estate of Saml. Jackson, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders paid off note for $25.40

1842, Sep 22 - Estate of John Patterson, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders purchased 1 lot of corn

1842, Dec 2 -- Estate of Levi Deaton, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders purchased 2 stacks of fodder

1844 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders, Esq. listed 100 acres valued at $25 located in District 6 on Dry Creek
Jesse Sanders, Esq. listed 100 acres valued at $100 located in District 6 on Wet Creek

1844, Jan 3 -- Marriages, Fayetteville Observer, Fayetteville, NC
Dec 28, 1843 - Moore County, NC, Jesse Saunders, Esq, aged 70, to Mrs. Milton, relict of Mr. Isaiah Milton

1844, Dec 28 -- Land Grant #3263, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders listed as a Neighbor on Archibald Munroe's 150 acre located West of Wet Creek

1845, May 3 -- Land Grant #3289, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders received a 100 acre Land Grant located East of Dry Creek

1845, Nov 20 -- Estate of Reubin Deaton, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders purchased 1 lot fodder and 1 barrel of corn

1846, Jan 27 -- Estate of Ann Sanders, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders listed as Administrator

1846, Nov 24 -- Estate of William Jones, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders purchased 100 plugs Tobacco

1848, Aug 5 -- Deed, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders deeded Duncan M. Kennedy 50 acres located on Dry Creek

1848, Aug 5 -- Deed, Moore County, NC
Jesse Sanders deeded Joseph Deaton 2 tracts (100 acres & 105 acres)  
Sanders, Jesse (I01914)
 
5516 Sara lived in the close vicinity of Everet's descendants and is clearly related. While is possible that she married into the Wallace family, I believe that she is most likely a granddaughter of Everet Wallace. She appears in the 1850 Census with two young children and eventually marries (1) Bazel Deaton and (2) a Britt. She has additional children by both and I lose track of her after 1870.

TIMELINE / RECORDS

1846, July -- Index to Trial Docket, Moore County, NC
State v. Jonathan Richardson & Sally Wallace

1847, Jan 30 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
State v. J. Richardson & Sally Wallace

1850, Nov 20 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 246
Sarah Wallis 24 F, Born in NC
Eli Wallis 6 M, Born in NC
Loveday Wallis 1 F, Born in NC

1851, Sep 16 -- Marriage Register, Moore County, NC
Bazel Deaton and Sally Wallace by George W. Cagle, Esq.

1860, Aug 28 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 215-B, Caledonia Township
Sarah Deaton 33 F, Farmer, $100 Real Estate, $300 Personal Property, Born in NC
Elias Deaton 16 M, Born in NC
Lovedy Deaton 10 F, Born in NC
Joseph C. Deaton 6 M, Born in NC
Isaac Deaton 5 M, Born in NC
Patience Deaton 87 F, Born in NC

1870, Jul 21 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 487-B, Bensalem Township, Carters Mill Post Office
Sarah Britt 43 F, Born in NC
Joseph Deaton 17 M, Laborer, Born in NC
Isaac Deaton 15 M, Born in NC
Raleigh Britt 7 M, Born in NC
Patience Deaton 93 F, Pauper, Born in NC 
Wallace, Sara (I00661)
 
5517 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I27405)
 
5518 See Montgomery Marriage Records for actual copy of certificate. Family F8368
 
5519 Seven children were born to Alexander Clark Wallace and Sophronia Jane Steed, four of whom were born in NC and three in KY. (from Allen Wallace's work).

Alexander Clark and family, along with two of his brothers and their families and others, traveled by covered wagon to KY probably in the spring of 1868 (see notes listed with Erasmus Stimpson Wallace). In one of the wagons was a dresser that now is in the possession of Lewis Edward Wallace, a great-grandson of Alexander Clark Wallace. On the Back of one of the dresser drawers are clearly written the initials A.C.W., S.J.W., J.R.W., C.C.W., A.J.W., C.E.W., E.M.W., L.J.W., AND L.E.R.B.W. These are the initials of Alexander Clark Wallace, Sophronia Jane Wallace, and their seven children listed in order of their age. 
Family F7634
 
5520 Shawnee, OK addresses.
Not found in 1912 directory so moved to Shawnee between 1912 and 1914.

Source: R. L. Polk & Co's Shawnee City Directory including Tecumseh 1914
Wallace Fred (Emma), car repr C R I & P Ry, r 604 S Market.

Source: R. L. Polk & Co's Shawnee City Directory including Tecumseh 1916
Wallace Fred (Emma), carp C R I & P Ry, r 128 N. Pottenger Ave.


Source: R. L. Polk & Co's Shawnee City Directory including Tecumseh 1919
Wallace Blanche, b 313 N Tucker av.
Wallace Fred (Emma), carp C R I & P Ry, r 222 Aydelotte Av. 
Wallace, Fred I. (I18305)
 
5521 She shares a tombstone with Charles Edward Cockman and Myca Jane "Milley" Cagle which would indicate that she was probably their daughter and either died at birth or while very young. The only problem is that Milley died on March 5, 1899 and Sarah C. was born on Sep 11, 1899. It is quite possible that there was a mistake and the dates are inaccurate.  Cockman, Sarah C. (I32486)
 
5522 She was 27 years in 1850 census. Catherine (I27010)
 
5523 She was his second wife. Family F8398
 
5524 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I23134)
 
5525 Shube Wallace was born to Louisa Eliza Wallace before she moved to KY (probably illegitimate)--from the work of Allen Wallace. Wallace, Shube (I25016)
 
5526 Siftings From The Morrilton Democrat Newspaper 1929
Volume 33 - August 30, 1929 - Number 44 - Front Page: Aplin is in Perry County, 19 miles southwest of Morrilton. #Sewell Wallace is expected to arrive from Texas the first of the week to visit his mother, Mrs. May Van Dalsem, and other relatives. 
Wallace, Sewell (I18359)
 
5527 Some of the William Maness listings below (especially the oldest ones) may actually be his father...

1764, Aug 11 -- Land Grant #1539, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manes Jr. served as a Chain Carrier on John Brownlow's 150 acre Land Grant located on Bear Creek

1765, May 21/22 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manus was appointed constable for Capt. Cheney's District

1765, May 24 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manus listed among constables being fined
Wm. Manus orderd to report list of taxables to magistrate Richard Lyon, Esq.

1765, Aug 22 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manus, constable orderd to attend May court

1765, Oct 2 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manes listed as a witness to a 150 acre Deed from John Gilmore to Thomas Maples located on a Branch of Lower Little River

1766, Apr 10 -- Land Grant #1460, Cumberland County, NC
William Maners received a 200 acre Land Grant located on Bear Creek

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Menus Jr. listed 1 white poll

1769, May 4 -- Land Grant #881, Cumberland County, NC
William Manes received a 100 acre Land Grant located Southeast of Bear Creek

1770, Aug 4 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manes listed as a witness to a 100 acre Deed from Nicholas Smith and Sarah Smith to Josiah Williams located on both sides of the South Fork of Crains Creek

1770, July 16 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Maness listed as a witness as John Cagle, Henry Sides, Casper Clob, Peter Sides & Doratha Elizabeth Sides appoint Simon Hart as their attorney against John Waginer and Micheeal Heller regarding the Estate of Andrew Felsinger

1771, Oct 26 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manes listed as a witness to a 200 acre Deed from Robert Rowan, Sheriff to Peter Messer located Northeast of Cape Fear River

1772, Jan 29 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
A Deed from Michael Hunsucer to Jas. McDonald was proved by William Manus

1772, Mar 9 -- Land Grant #1112, Cumberland County, NC
William Maners Jr. listed as a Neighbor on Simon Hart's 100 acre Land Grant on Bear Creek

1774, July -- Trial and Appearance Docket, Cumberland County, NC
John Marsh v. Barthelomew Dunn
Willm. Manus listed as a witness

1774, July 2 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manus listed as a witness to a 65 acre Deed from Jonathan Williams to Moses Williams located South of Lower Little River

1774, July 8 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manus listed as a witness to a 200 acre Deed from Jesse Ritter to Nathan Smith located on Wet Creek

1774, Oct 25 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
A Deed from Jesse Ritter to Nathan Smith was proved by William Manes

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Maness listed twice (150 acres and 160 acres) in Captain John Cox's District

1777, Nov 1 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manos was appointed constable for Capt. John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Manus Jr. listed 150 acres in Capt. John Cox's District

1778, Jan 30 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Jeptha Medford was appointed constable in the place of Wm. Manos

1779, Jul -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
William Meanus was listed as signing Oath of Allegiance to the State

1779, Jul 31 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manus was appointed constable for Capt. John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Menis Jr. in Capt. John Cox's District
listed 200 acres valued at $450
listed 11 cattle valued at $100
listed $5.4 cash
Total Tax Value listed was $860.4

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Menis listed in Captain John Cox's District

1785, Oct 9 -- Land Grant #9, Moore County, NC
William Manes served as a Chain Carrier on Jesse Ritter's 50 acre Land Grant located on Richland Creek

1788, Feb 19 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
William Manus served Jury Duty

1788, May 23 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
William Manus served Jury Duty

1788, Aug 19 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Wm. Manus served Jury Duty

1788, Nov -- Index to Trial Docket, Moore County, NC
Willm. Mainess v. Jas. Jamieson

1789, Feb 21 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Wm. Manus served Jury Duty

1789, May 19-21 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Wm. Manus served Jury Duty

1789, Aug 17-18 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
William Manus served Jury Duty

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 154
William Manus
(16+) 4M
(0-16) 3M
9F

1791, Aug 18 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Wm. Manus served Jury Duty

1791, Nov 22 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Wm. Maines served Jury Duty

1792, Feb 20 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
William Maus served Jury Duty

1793, Aug 23 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
William Mainus served on Road Improvement Committee

1794, Feb 12 -- Land Entry #727, Moore County, NC
William Manes enters 100 acres located South of Bear Creek

1794, Aug 10 -- Land Entry #1329, Moore County, NC
William Manes listed as a Neighbor on John Porterfield's (Agent for David Allison) 235 acre Entry (no location given)

1795, Aug 6 -- Land Grant #841, Moore County, NC
William Mainess served as a Chain Carrier & Neighbor on David Allison's 235 acre Land Grant

1795, Aug 15 -- Land Grant #846, Moore County, NC
William Mainess listed as a Neighbor on David Allison's 725 acre Land Grant

1795, Aug 25 -- Land Grant #848, Moore County, NC
William Mainess listed as a Neighbor on David Allison's 250 acre Land Grant

1795, Oct 20 -- Land Entry #1433, Moore County, NC
William Mainas listed as a Neighbor on John McAulay Jr.'s 100 acre Entry located on Panther Branch of Bear Creek

1795, Nov 18 -- Land Entry #1449, Moore County, NC
William Manes entered 50 acres located North of Bear Creek

1796, Nov 23 -- Land Entry #69, Moore County, NC
William Mainess entered 100 acres locate South of Bear Creek

1796, Dec 26 -- Land Grant #1479, Moore County, NC
Wm. Manners listed as a Neighbor on David Davison's 50 acre Land Grant located East of Bear Creek

1797 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
William Mainess listed 1 white poll and 150 acres

1797, Sep 6 -- Land Grant #1460, Moore County, NC
William Mainess received a 100 acre Land Grant located South of Bear Creek

1797, Sep 19 -- Land Entry #268, Moore County, NC
William Mainess listed as a Neighbor on Meshack Mainess's 50 acre Entry located East of Mainess Branch

1797, Sep 30 -- Land Entry #273, Moore County, NC
William Mainess listed as a Neighbor on Levy Deaton's 25 acre Entry located South of Bear Creek

1797, Nov 15 -- Land Grant #883, Moore County, NC
William Mainess served as a Chain Carrier on John McAulay's 100 acre Land Grant located on Panther Branch of Bear Creek

1798, Feb 16 -- Land Grant #1431, Moore County, NC
William Mainess listed as a Neighbor on Levy Deaton's 25 acre Land Grant locates South of Bear Creek

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

1800, Jun 12 -- Land Grant #1688, Moore County, NC
Wm. Mainess listed as a Neighbor on John McAulay's 50 acre Land Grant located on Bear Creek

1802, Nov -- Will of Edward Moore, Moore County, NC
William Manus listed as a witness

1809, Nov 24 -- Land Grant #2157, Moore County, NC
William Maners listed as a Neighbor on Michack Maner's 100 acre Land Grant located North of Bear Creek

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 601
Wm. Maners
(45+) 1M 1F
(10-16) 1M

1810, Aug -- Land Grant #2084, Moore County, NC
William Maners listed as a Neighbor on Neil McLeod's 40 acre Land Grant located East of Bear Creek

1815 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
William Maness Sen. lists 2 tracts: 100 acres valued at $100 and 50 acres valued at $50

1815, Feb-Aug 1816 -- Trial and Appearance Docket, Moore County, NC
Alexander McLeod v. Wm. Maness & others

1816, Aug -- Index to Trial Docket, Moore County, NC
State v. Wm. Maness Jr. & Shadrick Maness Jr.

1816, Aug -- County Accounts, Moore County, NC
Fines collected from Wm. & S. Maner

1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
William Maness lists 150 acres valued at $150

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 306
Wm. Maness Sen.
(45+) 1M 1F

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 477
William Manus Sen.
(90-100) 1M
(80-90) 1F 
Maness, William Jr. (I00028)
 
5528 Some of the William Maness listings below may actually be his son...

1765, May 21/22 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manus was appointed constable for Capt. Cheney's District

1765, May 24 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manus listed among constables being fined
Wm. Manus orderd to report list of taxables to magistrate Richard Lyon, Esq.

1765, Aug 22 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manus, constable orderd to attend May court

1765, Oct 2 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manes listed as a witness to a 150 acre Deed from John Gilmore to Thomas Maples located on a Branch of Lower Little River

1766, Apr 10 -- Land Grant #1460, Cumberland County, NC
William Maners received a 200 acre Land Grant located on Bear Creek

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Menus listed 1 white poll

1769, May 4 -- Land Grant #881, Cumberland County, NC
William Manes received a 100 acre Land Grant located Southeast of Bear Creek

1770, Aug 4 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manes listed as a witness to a 100 acre Deed from Nicholas Smith and Sarah Smith to Josiah Williams located on both sides of the South Fork of Crains Creek

1770, July 16 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Maness listed as a witness as John Cagle, Henry Sides, Casper Clob, Peter Sides & Doratha Elizabeth Sides appoint Simon Hart as their attorney against John Waginer and Micheeal Heller regarding the Estate of Andrew Felsinger

1771, Oct 26 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manes listed as a witness to a 200 acre Deed from Robert Rowan, Sheriff to Peter Messer located Northeast of Cape Fear River

1772, Jan 29 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
A Deed from Michael Hunsucer to Jas. McDonald was proved by William Manus

1774, July -- Trial and Appearance Docket, Cumberland County, NC
John Marsh v. Barthelomew Dunn
Willm. Manus listed as a witness

1774, July 2 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manus listed as a witness to a 65 acre Deed from Jonathan Williams to Moses Williams located South of Lower Little River

1774, July 8 -- Deed, Cumberland County, NC
William Manus listed as a witness to a 200 acre Deed from Jesse Ritter to Nathan Smith located on Wet Creek

1774, Oct 25 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
A Deed from Jesse Ritter to Nathan Smith was proved by William Manes

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Maness listed twice (150 acres and 160 acres) in Captain John Cox's District

1777, Nov 1 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manos was appointed constable for Capt. John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Manus listed 250 acres in Capt. John Cox's District

1778, Jan 30 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Jeptha Medford was appointed constable in the place of Wm. Manos

1779, Jul -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
William Meanus was listed as signing Oath of Allegiance to the State

1779, Jul 31 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Manus was appointed constable for Capt. John Cox's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Menis Sr. listed as paying $15 in Captain John Cox District

1787, Nov 21 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
William Mears returns Inventory of Estate of William Manus, decd. 
Maness, William Sr. (I21286)
 
5529 Some researchers list Asa Seawell's first wife as Katie Muse. Uncertain as to which is correct. Family F1024
 
5530 Sophronia Steed was the sister of Folana Steed who married Erasmus Stimpson Wallace, brother to Alexander Clark Wallace. (from the work of Allen Wallace.) Steed, Sophronia Jane (I24937)
 
5531 South Carolina Temperance Advocate, Columbia, S.C., Sept 21, 1843.

The Rev. JAMES S. ADAMS, died, at his residence, in York district, on the 18th August, in the 71 st year of his age and 48th of his ministry.

In recording the death of this truly excellent man and eminent servant of Christ it is desirable that some notice should be taken of his valuable life and labors. From the best information in the writer's possession, it appears that James Adams, the Grandfather of the deceased, came from Scotland to the Province of Pennsylvania about the year 1740, and that his son William Adams, father of the deceased, was when he landed about 7 years old. The family settled in Cumberland county, where they lived till after the death of the grandfather of the Rev. James S. Adams, which occurred in 1752. In 1756, William Adams removed to Carolina, and shortly after married and settled on Crowder's Creek in York District, So. Ca. where he resided during his life. Being one of the first settlers and strongly attached from principle and education, to the Presbyterian Church, he felt a lively interest in securing the means of grace and in establishing the Congregation of Bethel.

The Rev. James S. Adams was the fifth of a family of eleven children. He was born on the 12th of September, 1779. Evincing in childhood, promising talents, his parents determined to give a him a liberal education. He was placed with the best teachers that the unsettled state of the country afforded. After finishing the study of Languages, he was sent to the School of the Rev. James. Hall, D.D., under whose care he studied the sciences. While there he was made a subject of renewing grace. After some time he entered upon the study of theology under the Rev. James McRee. D.D., and in the Spring of 1795 he was licensed by the Presbytery of Orange.

The first year of his ministry he was sent as a Missionary to the New Settlement in East Tennessee. The Indians becoming hostile, the people, with their Minister, were compelled to fly for safety.

In 1797 he was employed by the Congregational Church of Dorchester, near Charleston. Here he was ordained and installed May 8, 1799, as their Pastor. In this place he labored six years, greatly beloved and eminently successful as an Ambassador for Christ. Here he married and lost by death his first wife -- the daughter of Thomas Smith, Esq., a pious and influential member of the Dorchester Church. In 1801 he was again married to a daughter of the Rev. James McEwen of Mecklenburg County, N.C., with whom he was spared 42 years, and blessed with as large as measure of enjoyment as is allowed to man on his pilgrimage. His worthy consort yet survives him. They were blessed with a family of eight children, all of whom are members of the visible Church, and one an efficient Minister, of Jesus Christ.

After preaching to Beershaba and Olney congregations, for several years, he became the Pastor of Bethel church, in the year 1811. This church enjoyed his labors for 29 years. In consequence of the infirmities of age, in the year 1840 he was constrained to retire from the arduous labor necessary in so large a congregation. But, in the goodness of God, he was enabled frequently to preach, and regularly to attend on the ordinances of the sanctuary. The last Sabbath of his life was spent in the church, hearing and rejoicing in the same Gospel which he had so long and faithfully proclaimed in the same place, and closed the exercises of the day by a solemn and fervent prayer to the Great Head of the Church, for the outpouring of his Spirit upon all the people.

His death was sudden, and, to his family, unexpected. For a few days, he had felt somewhat unwell, but was not confined to his bed. On the day of his death, he mingled with his family as usual. Late in the afternoon, as was his custom, he took his seat in the pew. In a few moments, his family alarmed by a groan, came to him; he was still sitting in his chair, but the spirit had fled -- he breathed not again! Thus did his covenant Redeemer gather him home, "as a shock of corn cometh in, in his season," sparing him in mercy the agonies of a lingering death. As a man, he was cheerful benevolent and just; as a husband, tender and kind ; affectionate as a father; a firm confiding friend, and an indulgent master. As a Christian, he was uniformly and eminently pious; his zeal and devotion was untiring; and he probably enjoyed as much of the consolation of religion and of faith in lively exercise, as the most favoured children of God, in any age. He seemed pre-eminently to live by faith, and to rejoice in God. His talents for preaching were of a high order, uniting a lively imagination with good judgment and a graceful delivery, he was always impressive and often truly eloquent. In exhibiting the doctrines of redeeming grace, he was peculiarly happy. Clearness and precision marked his pulpit efforts. Having determined to know nothing but Christ and him crucified, he preached to perishing sinners with a zeal and pathos becoming an ambassador for Christ.

His labors in the gospel were greatly blessed to the conviction and conversion of sinner. The church under his ministration was favoured with frequent revivals and numerous accessions; and it may be truly said that no minister was more beloved by his own charge and his Christian acquaintances than he was.

"Mark the perfect man, and consider the upright, for the end of that man is peace."  
Adams, Rev. James S. (I19211)
 
5532 Springfield Presbyterian Church Family F8291
 
5533 Stephen D. Williams is believed to be a son of Jeremiah Williams [1784-1864] after a Y-DNA test revealed that descendants of the two men share almost the exact same Y-DNA. Jeremiah also was listed was one unknown male born 1820-1825 and one unknown male born 1825-1830 in the 1830 Moore County, NC Census. It is my belief that Stephen D. Williams was one of those sons.

1843, Aug 21 -- Land Grant #3280, Moore County, NC
Stephen Williams listed as a chain carrier on John Kennedy's 100 acre Grant located North of Bear Creek

1846, Nov 24 -- Estate of William Jones, Moore County, NC
Stephen D. Williams purchased 1 musket

1850 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 236-B
Stephen D. Williams 25 M, Born in NC
Franey Williams 24 F, Born in NC
William T. Williams 2 M, Born in NC
Richard M. Williams 1 M, Born in NC
Lorenzo Williams 21 M, Born in NC

1850 -- Agricultural Census, Moore County, NC Page 989
Stephen Williams listed 40 acres Improved, 274 acres Unimproved valued at $700

1856, Jan 24 -- Deed, Moore County, NC
Stephen D. Williams and Frances Williams deeded Leonard Stutts 15 acres located on Maple Branch

1860 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 218-B, Gold Region Post Office
Stephen D. Williams 37 M, Farmer, $750 Real Estate, $700 Personal Property, Born in NC
William T. Williams 11 M, Born in NC
Richard M. Williams 9 M, Born in NC
Murdock M. Williams 8 M, Born in NC
Emily A. Williams 7 F, Born in NC
Mary T. Williams 6 F, Born in NC
Wesly D. Williams 4 M, Born in NC
Nancy Brown 49 F, Born in NC

1868, Dec 9 -- Order & Decrees, Moore County, NC
Division of land of William Jones, decd. and Amelia Jones, decd.
Heirs listed: L.T. Sowell (Assignee of Christopher Stutts & wife Rebecca), Nancy Brown, Isaac Jones, Henry Yow & wife Betsy, Henry You (Assignee of Andrew Hunsucker & wife Clarkey), Stephen D. Williams (Assignee of Gaston D. Hunsucker), heirs of Franey Williams

1870 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 483-B, Bensalem Township, Curriesville Post Office
Stephen D. Williams 52 M, Farmer, $600 Real Estate, $1200 Personal Property, Born in NC
Rebecca Williams 53 F, Born in NC
William T. Williams 22 M, Laborer, Born in NC
Richard M. Williams 21 M, Born in NC
Murdoch Williams 18 M, Born in NC
Emily A. Williams 14 F, Born in NC
Mary J. Williams 12 F, Born in NC
Westly D. Williams 11 M, Born in NC
William B. Furr 22 M, Farmer, $75 Real Estate, Born in NC
Elizabeth Furr 20 F, Born in NC
James T. Furr 18 M, Born in NC
Lauchlin S. Furr 16 M, Born in NC

1875, Oct 5 -- Deed, Moore County, NC
Stephen D. Williams listed as a neighbor on a deed from Mary E. Furr to John Williams for 20 acres located on Flag Creek

1880 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 358-B, Sheffields Township
Stephen Williams 57 M, Head, Married, Farmer, Born in NC, Father & Mother Born in NC
William T. Williams 33 M, Son, Single, Farmer, Born in NC, Father & Mother Born in NC
Nancy Brown 68 F, SisterL, Widowed, Keeping House, Born in NC, Father & Mother Born in NC

1894, Dec 11 -- Local News, Carthage Blade [Carthage, NC] Newspaper
"Died - At his home in Sheffield's township on Saturday night last, of paralysis, Mr. Stephen Williams. He was the father of Mr. Wesley Williams of this town."
 
Williams, Stephen D. (I05803)
 
5534 Stillborn Leach (I27207)
 
5535 Stones of cemetery copied by Betty K. Price Woodrun and publish 25 Oct 1989
Fannie F. Leach is listed as a child of N.A. Leach, born 20 Apr 1868, d. 15 Nov 1895. She is listed on the 1880 census as age 12, gr neice of head of household, Betsy Hicks. Mother Nancy A. Leach lived there also age 27, single and Nancy's mother, Deborah Hicks Leach, age 60, a widow. 
Leach, Nancy Ann (I27024)
 
5536 Susanna is the only tombstone with a inscription in a Williams family cemetery that has 12-15 tombstones. The inscription was transcribed by Tony Parker back in the early 1970's.

It is a very old cemetery and is located on 50 acre tract of land originally granted to George Williams (d. 1797).

Susanna's tomsbtone listed her as the wife of J.W. Williams. Because of the cemetery location, it would lead one to speculate that she married one of George Williams' sons. In my opinion she is either the first wife of Jeremiah Williams or the wife of his brother James Williams. The property owners have always been told that Jeremiah Williams was buried there as well. If this is indeed true, chances are that his first wife may have been Susanna instead of Florence DeLaney. 
Susanna (I31885)
 
5537 The birth dates of several children on their tombstones/death certificates don't match the census data. For example, in the 1850 census the only children listed at William T. [2 years old] and Richard M. [1 year old]. According to their tombstones Richard M. was born 8 Apr 1848 and William T. was born 9 Nov 1848. Murdock M. was not listed in the 1850 Census and was listed as 8 years old in the 1860 Census but his death certificate and tombstone list his date of birth at 4 Mar 1847. I believe it is more likely that William T. was born in 1847/1848 and Richard M. was born 1848/1849 and Murdock M. was born in 1852.  Family F1991
 
5538 The following is from the research of James Vann Comer (jvcomer@windstream.net) and Stuart Armstrong(stuarta@aros.net)

1. William Bean (208) was born either 1773 or 1777. His birthplace has not been established with any degree of surety. Some researchers say Rowan County, North Carolina, others South Carolina, date 1773 or 1777. He is often confused with William Bean (b. 1754, South Carolina). There is a William Bean family in Rowan County in the 1820 Census, two families in 1810, one in 1800, and none in 1790.

There were no children in the household in the 1800 census, and his age is marked as 26-45 (his wife's 16-26). This places the probable marriage at about 1800, and William's birthdate between 1754 and 1774 and his wife's birthdate between 1773 and 1784. If they were approximately the same age, then their birthdates must be around 1774.1,2,3

William Bean (208) married Celia Wyatt (209), daughter of _______ Wyatt (1499), circa 1800 in Rowan County, North Carolina. Some sources say this marriage took place in 1776, but I prefer to consider 1800 or 1801 as the approximate date, and I have serious doubts about the identity of the wife.4,5,6 He married Ruth Marshall (210) circa 1820 in Rowan County, North Carolina.7,8 He died in 1829 in Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina, at the home of his brother Jesse.9,10

According to family records William Bean of Rowan County was born in 1773, and he had a brother Jesse Bean who lived in Moore County. William was, according to this, 17 years old when the first census was taken. He would have been 27 in the 1800 census.

William made his home in Rowan County, North Carolina. It is now Davidson County. His home adjoined the land belonging to John Peacock and Anna Gallemore. He owned a mill, but whether it was run by a sluice from the Yadkin, or by a smaller stream emptying into the Yadkin, is not now known. A great-grandson, C. G. Sullivan of Moore County, North Carolina, said that William died at the home of his brother Jesse near Carthage, the county-seat of Moore County before 1830.

His mill was left to the youngest son by the second wife, Daniel Bean. Two of William's sons married two of the neighboring Gallemore girls and came to Kentucky in 1833. By the first wife, Celia Wyatt, there were seven children: John, William Collins, Jesse, Phoebe, Elizabeth, Rachel, and Celia; and by the second wife, Ruth Marshall, there were two sons, Joshua and Daniel Bean.

There is much confusion about the ancestry of William Bean, due to the common use of the name. Some sources attribute as many as 24 children to William Bean and Celia Wyatt, but many of these can be shown to belong to another generation, and probably belong to another family entirely. Everyone seems to agree that William Bean married Celia Wyatt, but which William Bean and when is open to debate.

The families to which William Bean is claimed to belong have no siblings named Jesse. On the other hand, the story that he died in the home of his brother may be incorrect. He did have a son-in-law named Jesse Sullivan, whose family resided in Carthage, and also a son named Jesse.11 Twenty one or more children have been accredited to William Bean and Celia Wyatt, but the ages and dates quoted make this highly unlikely. Seven of the children -- John, William Collins, Jesse, Rachel, Betsy, Phoebe, and Celia -- are well supported, except for the identity of the mother. The rest probably belong to another William Bean, perhaps his father. Since the original source from which many researchers have deduced this marriage is not documented in any that I have seen so far, it must be considered conjectural. Most of the researchers seem to be quoting each other. Several other researchers found on the internet have reached different conclusions about the parents of many of these offspring.

In one of the oft-quoted sources, Beans from all over several states (Kentucky, Tennesse, North and South Carolina, and Arkansas) are collected as though they are all related, with little regard to geography. This is sloppy research indeed. Even the punctuation is frequently ambiguous, so that you have to read it again and again to figure out what the author is intending to say. The record continues with more inconsistancies, tracing several of the families for several generations, until one gets weary of trying to make any sense of it. The more these sources are studied, the less confident one becomes that any of it is correct.

The bottom line is that I am no longer convinced that Celia Wyatt is the mother of John, Jesse, Rachel, Elizabeth, William Collins, Phoebe, and Celia Bean. This is where responsible research must begin. And why is not Jesse, the brother of William, mentioned at all? The only Jesse in the whole family is his son. Or is he?

William who married Anna Buckalew (another candidate couple) died in 1809 in Lincoln County Missouri, yet we have a clear statement that our William died near Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina in 1829 in the home of his brother Jesse. So that eliminates William and Anna as candidates. But it could also be that the statement is in error. Perhaps he died in the home of his SON Jesse. If William and Celia are the true ancestors then there must be an adjustment in their marriage date by about 25 years, or in the identity of their parents. I would assume the former. I am guessing that the circa 1776 marriage date quoted by several sources is based on the incorrect assignment of children who are really William's siblings.

William made his home in Rowan County, North Carolina, part of which is now Davidson County. According to Smith and Edwards, his home adjoined the land belonging to John Peacock and Anna Gallemore. On the 1800 census, William Bean is found on the same page as Elisha, James, John, William, William Sr, and William Jr. Gallemore. There are no John Peacocks. This may have been a mistaken deduction derived when Richard Edwards thought John and Anna's surnames were reversed, and the John Gallemore who lived nearby may have been another relative. It is also possible that John Peacock was also known as John Gallemore, since his children bore that name. An examination of the census records (not just the index) may be instructive.

In 1800 there were only two members in the William Bean household -- a male 26-45, and a female 16-26, presumably his wife.12,13,14

Celia Wyatt (209) was born circa 1776 in North Carolina.

Known children of William Bean (208) and Celia Wyatt (209) were as follows:

+ 2. i. John Bean (205), born 27 Feb 1802 in Rowan County, North Carolina; married Rachel Wyatt (207).

+ 3. ii. Jesse Bean (1042), born either 1804 or 1805 in Rowan County, North Carolina; married Leah Gallemore (1041).

+ 4. iii. Rachel Bean (1092), born between 1804 and 1814 in Rowan County, North Carolina; married William Crook (1091).

+ 5. iv. Elizabeth C. Bean (1093), born between 1806 and 1812 in Rowan County, North Carolina; married William Cornelius Hurley (1087).

+ 6. v. William Collins Bean (410), born 15 Dec 1808 in Rowan County, North Carolina; married Barbara Ann Gallemore (408); married Catherine Watson (1024).

+ 7. vi. Phoebe Bean (1094), born circa 1810 in Rowan County, North Carolina; married John Morgan (1088).

+ 8. vii. Celia Bean (1095), born 1819 in Rowan County, North Carolina; married Jesse Sullivan (1089).

Ruth Marshall (210) was born circa 1773 in North Carolina. She married _______ Marshall (211).15,16,17 She died in North Carolina.

According to the 1850 Census- Population Schedule [F.2.609 P], Ruth Bean resided in the home of her daughter, Rebecca Davis (Age- 30) and her family, Henry (Age- 11), Ivy (Age- 10), Elizabeth (Age- 8), Sarah (Age- 5) & Louisa E. (Age- 2) in the Southern Division, Davidson County, NC. The following information was recorded on October 23, 1850 on Page No. 364; Line No. 17- Dwelling No. 713; Family No. 728: Ruth Bean, Age- 56, Female, Listed as cannot read or write.

According to the Davidson County, NC Wills (1823-1940) CR # 032.801.1- Bean, Ruth (1852) Will Dated- January 10, 1852 & Codicil Dated- January 10, 1852; Probated- May Term 1852. Son, Daniel Bean- 50 acres on the north side of my tract on which he now lives. Mentions- Henry (Stewart's) Stuert's corner, the end of Stephen Harrises meadow, Osborn Skeen's line, in (Benjamin) Benharmine Lanier's line. Also another tract on the south side of my land of 40 acres. Mentions- Stuert's line, in Simeon Sheet's line.
Daughter, Rebecca Davis and my four grandchilden- Henry, Ivy (Abstract- Jerry), Elizabeth and Sarah Davis- 50 acres (Abstract- 60 acres in the middle part of my land on which they live; with all my personal property). Mentions- Daniel Bean's corner, in Stuart's line, Daniel Bean's corner, in Osborn Skeen's line.
Son, Joshua W. Bean- 50 acres in Montgomery County, NC on the waters of Spencer's Creek and Enoch's Creek. Adjoining the lands of Daniel Hurley and others. Ruth (her x mark) Bean (Seal). Witnesses- John Thompson (Jt.) & Attest- A. G. Johnson. Recorded in Bound Volume 2; Pages No. 65-67.

Known children of William Bean (208) and Ruth Marshall (210) both born in Rowan County, North Carolina, were as follows:

9. i. Joshua Bean (1096) was born circa 1822.18 He died in 1905 in Randolph County, North Carolina.19,20. Joshua lived in Randolph County and had two sons and four daughters. Joshua and Daniel were twins.21,22

10. ii. Daniel Bean (1097) was born circa 1825.23 He died in Montgomery County, North Carolina. Daniel inherited the mill from his father, but later sold it & moved to Montgomery County, North Carolina.24,25 
Bean, William (I04766)
 
5539 The Jesse Sowell Family Bible lists her birthdate as Jan 8, 1846 Seawell, Nancy "Nannie" (I07263)
 
5540 The link between William Smith and his son William Smith is far from being proven. But it is my belief they were father and son based upon two land transactions. In 1769, William Smith purchased 100 acres from David Cagle on Flat [Flag] Creek. In 1801, a younger William Smith, received a 50 acre Land Grant adjoining the prior grant. William Smith sold all of the rights to the 50 acre tract to George Cagle in 1807 "except the graveyard where my father is buried". This reference I believe points to William Smith Sr. as being the father of William Smith.

There are unfortunately several William Smiths active in Cumberland/Moore County in the late 1700's. I have tried to list below the references to the father William Smith. I do want to note that it is possible that one or more of the following references may refer to a different William Smith.

1763, Mar 8 -- Land Grant #492 & 673, Cumberland County, NC
Nicholas Newton received a 100 acre Land Grant located West of Dry Creek adjoining James Cheney. David Baldwin and William Smith were chain carriers.

1764, Nov 9 -- Land Grant #491 & 672, Cumberland County, NC
William Smith received a 50 acre Land Grant located East of Dry Creek. David Baldwin and Nicholas Newton were chain carriers.

1764, Nov 21 -- 1755-1779 County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
A road to be laid off from Sandhill Smith's and the following hands were ordered to work: John Kigel, Wm. Smith, Sr., Jno. Goleman, Jno. Smith, Nicholas Smith, Nicholas Nuton, Jacob McClendol, Joel McClendol, Thomas Ward, Jetson Ward, John Weare and Wm. Gillit.

1765, May 24 -- 1755-1779 County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Smith appointed overseer in place of Joel McClendon and Thos. Wadsworth appointed overseer in place of Jacob McClendon.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Smith listed 1 white poll

1769, Jul 20 -- Deed Book 3 Page 437, Cumberland County, NC
David Kegle and wife Catharine of Rowan County deeded William Smith a tract of land located on both sides of Flat Creek including a plantation. John Kegle, Simon Hart and George Kegle were witnesses.

1772, Apr 30 -- 1755-1779 County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Cox appointed overseer of the road that leads from Thomas Donahoe's to Sandhill Smith's and have the following hands to work: Jacob McLendall, Thos. Moore, Wm. Barrett, Wm. Smith, Sr., John Kees, Archibd. Gibson, Nick Newton, Richd. Dunn, Robt. Grahams, Jas. Grahams, Francis Tedwell, John Cocks, Andrew Ingram, Willm. Ingram, Joel McLendall, Thos. Kees, Jas. Gibson and Robt. Cocks.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Smith listed 336 in Captain John Cox's District
[note: tax list does not specify what #s correlate to]

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Smith Sr. listed 500-2000 in Captain John Cox's District
[note: tax list does not specify what #s correlate to]

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Willm. Smith Sr. listed 2300 in Captain John Cox's District
[note: tax list does not specify what #s correlate to]

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Smith Sr. listed 1160-4640 in Captain John Cox's District
[note: tax list does not specify what #s correlate to]

1801, Jun 17 -- Land Grant #1923, Moore County, NC
William Smith Senr. received a 50 acre Land Grant located Southeast of Cabbin Creek adjoining the plantation where his father did live and John Cagle. George Cagle and William Smith were chain carriers. [There is confusion about whose "father" this refers to. The land was originally entered by James Williams in 1796 and the entry references "including his Father's improvement where his Father lives". The purchase price was ultimately not paid and William Smith re-entered it in 1799. The "Father's plantation" would seem to refer to James Williams' father, George Williams, who resided nearby. But then in 1807, William Smith deeded all rights to this tract to George Cagle "except the grave yard where his father is buried." William Smith's likely father, William Smith, purchased land adjoining this tract in 1769 from David Cagle.]

1807, Feb 25 -- Deed Book 65 Page 115, Moore County, NC
William Smith deeded George Cagle 50 acre located adjoining Cagle. Smith deeded all rights to the 50 acres to Cagle except the "grave yard where his father is buried." John Smith and Jesse Brown were witnesses.
 
Smith, William (I36335)
 
5541 The only reference to this Nicolas Wallis is found in a 1791 Moore County, NC Land Entry (granted 1792) of 50 acres to Mary Hines. This land was listed as including Nicolas Wallis' improvement. This could have been referencing an actual structure such as a house, barn or fence, etc. or it could have possibly been that Nicolas Wallis simply cleared a portion of the land. This tract of land was located roughly 1/2 mile north of the Robbins crossroads just west of Hwy 705 (roughly mile from Everet Wallace's 50 acre Land Grant). No other reference to a Nicolas Wallis/Nicholas Wallace during that time frame has been located. The close proximity of these tracts combined with the fact that Everet named his first son Nicholas seem to point to Nicholas potentially being Everet's father. It is my belief that they are related but at this point I cannot say with any certainty that Nicholas was Everet's father, brother or even uncle.
 
Wallace, Nicholas (I31829)
 
5542 Their are conflicting sources as to the maiden name of Rebecca Jane. Their marriage certificate lists her as "Jane Brady" while many identify her as Rebecca Jane Hardin. On death certificates for her children Nancy, William M., Mary Alice and Margaret Lou she is listed each time as "Jane Hardin/Harden" while Robert's death certificate lists her as "Rebecca Brady". Interesting enough she is buried in a family cemetery known as "Harden Cemetery". Family F2212
 
5543 There has been much confusion regarding Jeremiah and another Jeremiah Williams (b. 1775). There has even been a question as to whether they were the same individual. It is my belief that there were in fact two separate men. This is based in the fact that both men appear in the 1830 Census in Moore County, NC and their individual land records show ownership in different locations. This Jeremiah owned a great deal of land north of the town of Robbins, NC located on Bear Creek and Deep River. The other Jeremiah mentioned primarily owned land south of the town of Robbins, NC located between Flag Creek and Buffalo Creek. Additionally, Y-DNA testing from descendants of each of these Jeremiahs do not match each other indicating that they were not closely related.

1815 - Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams listed (2) 150 acre tracts valued at $150/$250

1818-1823 - Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams listed 150 acres valued at $175

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 305
Jery Williams
(26-45) 1M
(16-26) 1F
(0-10) 4F

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 456
Jeremiah Williams
(40-50) 1M
(30-40) 1F
(15-20) 1F
(10-15) 1F
(5-10) 1M 2F
(0-5) 1M 1F

1834, Dec 12 -- Grant #2905, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams received a 8 acre Grant located West of Deep River

1840 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 173
Jerry Williams (BC)
(50-60) 1F
(40-50) 1M
(20-30) 2F
(10-15) 1M
(5-10) 2M 1F
(0-5) 1M 1F

1841, Oct 3 -- Land Grant #3182, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams received a 46 acre Grant located on Flat Branch

1843, Aug 21 -- Land Grant #3280, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams is a chain carrier and neighbor on John A. Kennedy's 100 acre Grant located North of Bear Creek'

1847 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jerry Williams listed 84 acres valued at $84 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jerry Williams listed 133 acres valued at $565 located on Deep River in District 9
Jerry Williams listed 235 acres valued at $235 located on Bear Creek in District 9

1849 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams listed 84 acres valued at $84 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 133 acres valued at $565 located on Deep River in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 235 acres valued at $235 located on Bear Creek in District 9

1850 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 228
Jeremiah Williams 70 M, Farmer, Born in NC
Susannah Williams 60 F, Born in NC
Dicy Williams 19 F, Born in NC
Elias Williams 17 M, Farmer, Born in NC
Abram Williams 15 M, Born in NC
Kelly Williams 13 M, Born in NC
Martha J. Williams 17 F, Born in NC

1850 -- Agricultural Census, Moore County, NC Page 985
Jeremiah Williams listed 130 acres Improved, 670 acres Unimproved valued at $800

1850, Mar 6 -- Land Grant #3691, Moore County, NC
Jerry Williams listed as a neighbor on Henry Stutts' 1.5 acre Grant located on Bear Creek

1852 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams listed 84 acres valued at $84 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 133 acres valued at $565 located on Deep River in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 235 acres valued at $235 located on Bear Creek in District 9

1852 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jerry Williams listed 777 acres valued at $1204 located in District 9

1853 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams listed 50 acres valued at $50 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 133 acres valued at $545 located on Deep River in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 235 acres valued at $235 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 335 acres valued at $328 located on Bear Creek in District 9

1854 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams listed 455 acres valued at $430 located in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 235 acres valued at $225 located in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 333 acres valued at $560 located in District 9

1855 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams listed 134 acres valued at $400 located on Deep River in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 139 acres valued at $313 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 50 acres valued at $100 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 325 acres valued at $600 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 84 acres valued at $100 located on Flat Branch in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 46 acres valued at $50 located on Flat Branch in District 9

1856 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Josiah Williams listed 334 acres valued at $400 located on Deep River in District 9 -- name mistake
Josiah Williams listed 139 acres valued at $116 located on Bear Creek in District 9 -- name mistake
Josiah Williams listed 50 acres valued at $100 located on Bear Creek in District 9 -- name mistake
Josiah Williams listed 325 acres valued at $600 located on Bear Creek in District 9 -- name mistake
Josiah Williams listed 84 acres valued at $100 located on Flag Creek in District 9 -- name mistake
Josiah Williams listed 46 acres valued at $50 located on Flag Creek in District 9 -- name mistake

1857 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams listed 134 acres valued at $400 located on Deep River in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 139 acres valued at $313 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 50 acres valued at $100 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 325 acres valued at $600 located on Bear Creek in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 84 acres valued at $100 located on Flat Branch in District 9
Jeremiah Williams listed 46 acres valued at $50 located on Flat Branch in District 9

1860 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 183-B, Gold Region Post Office
Jerry Williams 75 M, Farmer, $2000 Real Estate, $800 Personal Property, Born in NC
Susanna Williams 65 F, Born in NC
Elias T. Williams 26 M, Farmer, $150 Personal Property, Born in NC
Wilbrun Burgess 26 M, Mill Wright, $250 Personal Property, Born in NC
Henretta Burgess 2 F, Born in NC
Martha J. Burgess 22 F, Born in NC
Mary Williams 4 F, Born in NC

1860, Mar 15 -- Land Grant #4420, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Williams is a neighbor on P. K. Myrick's 9.5 acre Grant located on both sides of Bear Creek

1864, July 18 -- Fayetteville Observer Obituaries
Jeremiah Williams died on Jun 8 1864 in Moore County, NC aged 80 years

1864, Oct 18-Dec 6, 1870 -- Record of Accounts Book 1, Page 56 & 209, Moore County, NC
Estate of Jeremiah Williams, dec'd.
E. T. Williams listed as Administrator
Susannah Williams is listed as receiving payments from estate

1871, Feb 9-Mar 2 -- Notice, The Eagle [Fayetteville, NC] Newspaper
Moore County, NC - E. T. Williams, Admr. of Jeremiah Williams v. Stephen D. Williams, Et al - Petition to sell land to pay debts.
Defendants Nancy Myrick, Asa Hunsucker and wife Dicy, and the heirs of Dorcas Kennedy, dec'd. are non-residents and are summoned to appear at the office of Clerk of Court. 
Williams, Jeremiah (I04480)
 
5544 This child not listed in subsequence sources. Scarboro, Harold (I27728)
 
5545 This line can be found at http://groups.msn.com/TheSPIVEYFISHERFamily Spivey, Jesse B. (I07478)
 
5546 Thomas Wesley Wallace and Mary Lawrence did not have any children. Thomas' neice, Nora Agnes Leach/Wallace lived with them.

1910 Census, Chilton County, AL Page 112-B 
Wallace, Thomas Wesley (I18727)
 
5547 Three children were born to Jason & Eliza Wallace, all of whom were born in KY. Not long after their marriage, probably in the spring of 1868, Jason & Eliza Jane moved to KY. They were accompanied by her parents, John and Mary Waisner, and some of her brothers and sisters as well as two of Jason's brothers (see information on Erasmus Stimpson Wallace). (from the work of Allan Wallace.) Family F7643
 
5548 Three children were born to Martha Jane Wallace and Peter Cole Riley. The exact date when they moved to KY is not known but it was before 1880. He served as sheriff of Montgomery County, NC for several years after the end of the Civil War. They first appear in KY in the U.S. Census for 1880. As of 1973, only one living descendant of Martha Jane and Peter Cole Riley was known to Allen Wallace. It is thought there are others but no information of them was obtained by Allen Wallace. (from the work of Allen Wallace). Family F6286
 
5549 To the living you may download my GEDCOM for your own personal family use. I do not give you permission to make a book, you can use my files to update your family files. I do expect you to give me credit for my hard work.  Garner, Kenneth Marvin Sr. (I17589)
 
5550 Tombstone lists 1878 as date of death. Will lists 1879. Reid, Thomas (I34776)
 

      «Prev «1 ... 107 108 109 110 111 112 Next»