||William Argo |
- 1779 -- Tax List, Randolph County, NC, John Hind's List
William Argo listed 200 acres
1785 -- Tax List, Randolph County, NC, Capt. Garner's District
Wm. Argo listed 1 white poll and 217 acres
1785, Feb 28 -- Land Grant #180, Randolph County, NC
William Searcy received 120 acres located on Fork Creek adjoining his own line, John Pierce and John Hankins. William Argo and Rolley Spinks were chain carriers.
1786, Mar 11 -- Deed Book 1, Page 107, Randolph County, NC
William Argo and wife Kenekappuck deeded Edmond Waddle 200 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Charles Goldson and the [Chatham] County Line. Windsor Perce, Mary Perce and Jesse Perce were witnesses.
1786, Mar 20 -- Deed Book 3, Page 64/Deed Book 8 Page 86, Randolph County, NC
William Searcy deeded Elizabeth Alston, daughter of Philip Alston two tracts:  200 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Nall and Bowdon.  600 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Argo, Searcey and Arthur Reed. William Needham and Nicholas Nall were witnesses.
1787, Oct 2 -- Deed Book 3, Page 251, Randolph County, NC
William Searcy deeded John Johnston 300 acres located on Deep River near the head of Buffalo Branch adjoining William Argo, William Searcy (Dec'd.) and Charles Goldston. John Pierce and William Argo were witnesses.
1788, Nov 24 -- General Assembly Session Records
Petition to erect a courthouse in the center of Randolph County, NC. Wm. Argo signed petition.
1790 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 289
1792, Nov 20-22 -- 1785-1794 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 370, 374
A deed from William Argo to Isaac Teague was proven by James Deaton
1793, Nov 19 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 423
A deed from William Ricket/Picket to John Argo proven by William Argo
1794, Mar 14 -- Deed Book 5, Page 178, Randolph County, NC
Deed from James Alston, John Alston, Phillip Alston, Drewery Alston and Smith Alston (heirs of Phillip Alston Dec'd.) to Edmond Waddill. Also including tract of land from James Alston to Edmond Waddill located north of Deep River adjoining Nall, William Bowdown, William Searcy (Dec'd.) and William Argo. Thomas Waddill and Murdock McKensey were witnesses.
1796, Oct 24 -- Deed Book 8 Page 70, Randolph County, NC
John Johnston (of Cumberland County) deeded William Argo 800 acres located north of Deep River on Buffalo Branch adjoining Searcy. Proven by Edmond Waddle May 1799.
1796, Oct 24 -- Deed Book 8 Page 71, Randolph County, NC
John Johnston (of Chatham County) deeded William Argo 50 acres located north of Deep River on Buffalo Branch and Goldston's Spring Branch. Proven by Edmond Waddle May 1799.
1799 -- Tax List, Randolph County, NC, William Armstead's District
William Argoe listed 1 white poll 1 black poll, 567 acres
1799, Apr 22 -- Deed Book 8 Page 144, Randolph County, NC
William Argo deeded Leonard Smith 90 acres on a branch of Deep River. William Waddle proved Feb 1800.
1799, Apr 22 -- Deed Book 8 Page 268, Randolph County, NC
William Argo deeded Charles Goldston two tracts located north of Deep River  100 acres adjoining his own line, the Moore County line and Waddle;  320 acres adjoining the Moore County line and the Chatham County line being part of the 640 acres granted to William Searcy and Charles Goldston. Proven by William Searcy Aug 1801.
1801, Oct 17 -- Deed Book 8 Page 285, Randolph County, NC
James Alston, John Alston and Phillip Alston (of Chatham County) deeded Edmond Waddle 330 acres north of Deep River adjoining William Argo, Searcey and Reed. Proven by Archibald McBride Nov 1801.
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||Keron / Kerenhappuch Searcy  |
- Based on the research of Argo family researcher John Hall, it is very likely that William Searcy's daughter "Keron or Kerenhappuch" married William Argo of Randolph County.
This theory is based on several facts:
 William deeded his daughter Keron Searcy a tract of land referred to as Morgan's Neck in his will in 1776.
 In 1786, William Argo and his wife, Kerrenhappuck, deeded this same tract of land to Edmond Waddle of Chatham County. This deed references that the land had been deeded to them by William Searcy. This deed was also witnessed by Windsor Pearce and Mary Searcy Pearce [daughter of William Searcy].
 According to John Hall, William Argo was born prior to 1765 and his earliest child was born around 1780. William Searcy died in 1776 and it is quite possible that Keron/Kerrenhappuck was listed as a Searcy in his will rather than an Argo because they had not yet married.
 According to John Hall, one of William Argo and Keron/Kerrenhappuck's grandchildren was named Cary Ann Searcy Argo. This reference came from the "Argo/Argoe Family in America" authored by L. Wesley Argo. While this is more circumstantial, it is quite probable that a child would be named after her grandmother.
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