Bef 1755 - Aft 1800 (~ 45 years)
||Thomas Wallis |
||Aft 7 Nov 1800
||Randolph County, NC
- 1795, Feb 28 -- 1778-1948 Land Warrants, Randolph County, NC
John Cruthers received a 100 acre Land Grant adjoining his own line and Thomas Wallis. John Scott and Thomas Wallis were chain carriers.
1795, Feb 28 -- 1778-1948 Land Warrants, Randolph County, NC
John Cruthers received a 50 acre Land Grant located on Brush Creek adjoining Peter Craven. John Scott and Thomas Wallis were chain carriers.
1797, May 10 -- 1779, 1780, 1783-1801 Land Entries, Randolph County, NC
Aron Stinson entered 100 acres located on Little Brush Creek adjoining John Graves, Thomas Wallis and the Chatham County line.
1797, Jun 20 -- Land Grant #1150, Randolph County, NC
Alexander Wilson received a 100 acre Land Grant located West of Big Brush Creek adjoining his own line, and John Wilson. Thomas Wallis and Isaac Wallis were chain carriers.
1797, Aug 10 -- Land Grant #1556, Randolph County, NC
John Wilson received a 100 acre Land Grant located on Back Branch adjoining William Wilson. Thomas Wallis and Isaac Wallis were chain carriers.
1798, Jan 8 -- Land Grant #1131, Randolph County, NC
Thomas Wallis received a 150 acre Land Grant located East of Brush Creek adjoining his own line, John Cruthers and William Darby. Jonathan Wilson and William Darbey were chain carriers. Entered 12 Mar 1796. Also located in Randolph County Deed Book 9 Page 32.
1799 -- Tax List, Randolph County, NC
Thomas Wallice listed 250 acres in Thomas Craven`s list
1800 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 349
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M 1F
1800, Sep 3 -- Deed Book 8 Page 196, Randolph County, NC
Thomas Wallis deeded Josiah Wallis 80.5 acres located on Big Brush Creek, part of a tract granted to William Tague 11 Jul 1788 and deeded to Thomas Wallis 16 Jul 1792. Proven by Isaac Wallis Nov 1800.
1800, Nov 7 -- Will, Randolph County, NC
Will of Thomas Wallis, dec'd.
Thomas Wallis died and declared his last will and testement to John Wilson and William Danby
Sons: Timthy, Thomas, John, Josiah, Isac
Daughters: Ezebeth, Mary
Mentions wife but does not list her name
1800, Nov 18 -- Estate, Randolph County, NC
Estate of Thomas Wallis, dec'd.
John Grady, Thomas Craven and Alexander Wilson held in bond and John Grady was named Administrator. Items purchased by the following: John Grady, Thos. Watson, John Graves, Jerimiah Hadly, Richard Gregory, Richard Craven, Isaac Wallace, and Jesse Bray.
1804 -- Deed Book 8 Page 448, Randolph County, NC
Josiah Wallis deeded James Ward 150 acres located on Big Brush Creek where Wallis now lives, being a tract left Josiah by his father John [error - should be Thomas] Wallis' will. Proven by Joshua Craven Feb 1805.
1804, Oct 12 -- Deed Book 8 Page 461, Randolph County, NC
Josiah Wallis deeded Isaac Wallis 100 acres located on Big Brush Creek, land deeded to their father by William Teague 11 Jul 1788. Proven by Joshua Craven Feb 1805.
||Moore County Wallaces
||2 Mar 2014 |
||Y  |
| ||1. John Wallis, b. 1770|
| ||2. Thomas Wallis, b. 1775|
|+||3. Josiah Wallis, b. 11 May 1775, NC , d. Aft 1850, Prentiss County, MS (Age 75 years)|
|+||4. Isaac W. Wallis, b. 1777, NC , d. 1862, AR (Age 85 years)|
| ||5. Mary Wallis, b. 1780|
| ||6. Timothy Wallis, b. 1780|
| ||7. Elizabeth Wallis, b. 1780|
||Wallace Families of Montgomery, Anson, Davidson, Rowan and Randolph counties - Miscellaneous Records|
The enclosed is a timeline and accounting of various Wallace references from Montgomery[Old Anson], Davidson[Old Rowan] and Randolph Counties. It has always been my belief that these families are close relatives of Everet Wallace of Moore County, NC but to date I have been unable to prove it.
||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.
||6 Jul 2012 10:37:33 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Moore County, NC Y-DNA Project|
DNA Results and Analysis for Moore County families including Allen, Bean, Britt, Brown, Caddell, Cagle, Cockman, Cole, Davis, Deaton, Furr, Horner, Hunsucker, Jackson, Key, Maness, McIntosh, McNeill, Melton, Monroe, Moore, Morgan, Nall, Richardson, Ritter, Sanders, Sheffield, Smith, Stewart, Sullivan, Wallace, Williams and Williamson.
||Wallace DNA Project|
The results of numerous Wallace and Ritter DNA tests
- [S1255] Wallis - Wallace - Wallice Descendants [ http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/e/a/Connie-Pearl-Ks/index.html ], Connie Pearl [email@example.com], 3309 E. Mt. Vernon, Wichita, KS 67218 .