Nicholas Wallace

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  • Name Nicholas Wallace 
    Gender Male 
    Notes 
    • 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.
    Person ID I31829  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 23 Oct 2012 

  • Documents
    1792 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #432 - Mary Hines/Hynes (folder & survey)
    1792 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #432 - Mary Hines/Hynes (folder & survey)
    Only reference to the "older" Nicholas Wallace
    1792 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #432 - Mary Hines/Hynes (warrant)
    1792 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #432 - Mary Hines/Hynes (warrant)
    Second part to the only reference to the "older" Nicholas Wallace

    Histories
    Beyond Everet Wallace
    Beyond Everet Wallace
    Despite over twenty years of research and close examination, Everet Wallace [c1770-c1845] still remains our genealogical roadblock. There have been many theories, close calls, and pure guesses as to who Everet's father was and where the family originated prior to Everet living in Moore County, NC.

    My belief has always been that Everet was either born in Moore County, NC or moved there at a young age. My grandfather, Mallie Wallace, said his grandfather, Emsley Wallace, told him that Everet was the first Wallace "in the country". Now while we know he was nowhere near the first Wallace in the United States, "in the country" probably meant "around here/upper Moore County. " Two of Everet's children lived until the 1880 Census and both Isham and Franey listed their parents as having been born in NC so I feel pretty confident that Everet was born in NC.

    In this document, you will find some of the most prominent unconfirmed leads that I have been able to find. If you will notice that none of these speculations can be found in my actual family tree as I have no factual evidence regarding their relationship to Everet. These are purely speculative thoughts based on my personal research.