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101 1762, May 19 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Ordered that Joshua Collins appointed from Cranes Creek to McClendons Creek.

1762, May 21 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Ordered that constables Joshua Collins and Jonathin Ritchison make list of taxables for Justice Thomas Collins, Esq.
 
Collins, Joshua (I49288)
 
102 1762, May 3 -- Deed Book 2 Page 140, Cumberland County, NC
James Findly and Mary Finley deeded Conner Dowd 150 acres located south of Deep River being part of 300 acres that formerly belonged to Thomas Armstrong. Sterling Carroll, Samuel Elkins and Hart. Hunnicut were witnesses.

1765, Apr 24 -- Land Grant #532 and #713, Cumberland County, NC
John Overton received 200 acres located on both sides of Governors Creek including Hartwil Hunicut's improvement.

1765, Oct 30 -- Land Grant #563 and 744, Cumberland County, NC
Hartwell Hunnicutt received 250 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Overton [Editor's Note: deeded to John Overton 1766 --> Elijah Bettis 1769]

1766, Jul 21 -- Deed Book 3 Page 30, Cumberland County, NC
John and Sarah Overton deeded Frederick Gregg and Richard Lyon 200 acres located on both sides of Governors Creek including Hartwell Hunnicut's improvement. Granted to Overton 30 Oct 1765. Conner Dowd and Hartwell Hunnicut were witnesses.

1766, Jul 21 -- Deed Book 3 Page 31, Cumberland County, NC
Hartwell Hunnicut deeded John Overton 250 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Overton. Conner Dowd and Cornelius Tison were witnesses.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Hartwell Hunnicutt listed 1 white poll

1767, Jan 14 -- Deed Book 3 Page 142, Cumberland County, NC
Sterling Carroll deeded John Carroll 200 acres located south of Deep River at mouth of Buck Creek. John Hunnicut and Randolph Hunnicut were witnesses.

1769, Nov 13 -- Deed Book 3 Page 534, Cumberland County, NC
John Misha deeded Anne James 150 acres located on Governors Creek. Patent to John Misha 24 Apr 1764. John Overton and Hartwell Hunnicutt were witnesses.

1770, Nov 1 -- Deed Book 4 Page 294, Cumberland County, NC
Starling Carrel deeded Hartwell Hunnicut 200 acres located on upper prong of Governor's Creek. John Overton, John Hunnicut and Randh. Hunnicut were witnesses.

1772, Mar 3 -- Deed Book 6 Page 8, Cumberland County, NC
Hartwell Hunnicutt deeded Richard Lyon & Co. 200 acres located on upper prong of Governor's Creek. Edwd. Griffen and Conner Dowd were witnesses.

1773, Dec 23 -- Deed Book 6 Page 109, Cumberland County, NC
John Carrel deeded John Overton 200 acres located above mouth of Buck Creek adjoining Jacob McClendon. Patented to Jacob McClendon. Hartll. Hunnicutt and Randh. Hunnicutt were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Hartwell Hunnicutt listed $201 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Hartwell Hunnicutt listed $353 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Hartwell Hunicut listed $450 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Hartwell Hunicut listed in Captain Duckworth's District. Taxable property was estimated between $250-1000.

1782, Dec 7 -- Deed Book 7 Page 161, Cumberland County, NC
Stephen Heard to Hartwell Hunnicutt 150 acres located on both sides of Governor's Creek adjoining Hard and Peter Smith. Randh. Hunnicutt and James Dickenson were witnesses.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
H. Hunnicut listed $100 in Captain John Hunnicut's District

1783, Dec -- Deed Book 7 Page 160, Cumberland County, NC
Stephen Heard to Benjn. Poose 100 acres located east of Governor's Creek. Heard purchased from John Irvin. Hartll. Hunnicutt and Rowell Hunnicutt were witnesses.

1784, Feb 19 -- Deed Book 7 Page 210, Cumberland County, NC
Hartwell Hunnicutt to Archibald McNeill 150 acres located on both sides of Governor's Creek adjoining Charles Hard and Peter Smith. John McNeill and Daniel Shaw were witnesses.

1785, Dec 28 -- Will Book A Page 303, Moore County, NC
Robert Dickerson sold Willis Dickerson several goods. Hartwell Hunnicutt and Roling/Boiling Hunnitcutt were witneses.

1786, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 93
Deed of bargain sale from Robert Dickenson to Willis Dickenson was proven by Hartwell Hunnicutt

1787, Feb 8 -- Will Book A Page 310, Moore County, NC
Hartwell Hunnicutt appointed James Collins and Willis Dickerson as power of attorney. Geo. Glascock and Jon. Milton Glascock were witnesses.

1787, Feb 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 132
A power of attorney from Hartwell Hunicutt to Jams. Collins and Willis Dickinson proven by Geo. Glascock. 
Hunnicutt, Hartwell (I49465)
 
103 1762, Oct 20 -- Land Grant #174 and #332, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Minard received 200 acres located on Richland Creek. [Editor's Note: Thomas and Mary Minard deeded to Joseph Carr 1767]

1767, May 2 -- Deed Book 3 Page 116, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Minard and wife Mary deeded Joseph Carr 200 acres located west of Richland Creek. William Seale and James Muse were witnesses.

 
Minyard, Thomas (I49291)
 
104 1762, Sep 2 -- Land Grant #450 & #630, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Kerringer received 200 acres located west of Deep River adjoining William Morgan and Leonard Haird. [Editor's Note: this could possibly be a Jacob from a prior generation.]

1764, Jul 8 -- Land Grant #545, Cumberland County, NC
Leonard Herde [Hart] received 200 acres located on Grassy Creek adjoining Jacob Keringer and his own line.
 
Carringer, Jacob (I36109)
 
105 1762, Sep 2 -- Land Grant #484 and #664, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Cox received 150 acres located on the head of McLendons Creek including where he now lives. [Editor's Note: Edward and wife Margaret Cox deeded to John Campbell 1774]

1762, Sep 28 -- Land Grant #194 and #352, Cumberland County, NC
John Graham received 150 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Edward Cox, Thomas Matthews and the Poplar Springs. [Editor's Note: deeded to John Cox 1770]

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Cox listed 3 white polls

1772, Apr 29 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Christian Jackson granted letters of administration on the estate of Samuel Jackson with Edward Cox and Jacob McClendall as securities.

1772, Apr 30 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 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.

1773, Dec 2 -- Land Grant #1361, Cumberland County, NC
Robert Cox received 100 acres located on the drains of McLendons Creek adjoining Edward Cox including his improvement. Edward Cox and George Cox were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Donald Campbell 1776]

1774, Feb 8 -- Deed Book 6 Page 225, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Cox and wife Margaret deeded John Campbell 150 acres located on head of McLendons Creek. Patented to Edward Cox 1764. John Bethune, Donald McDonald and John Martin were witnesses.

1774, Feb 14 -- Deed Book 6 Page 272, Cumberland County, NC
Joel McClendon deeded Edward Cox 200 acres located on Juniper Branch of McLendons Creek adjoining Jacob McClendon. Patented to Joel McLendon 1769. Thomas McClendon and James Graham were witnesses.

1774, Feb 14 -- Deed Book 6 Page 273, Cumberland County, NC
Joel McClendon deeded Edward Cox 300 acres located on Buck Creek or Juniper. Patented to James McLendon 1753. George Cox, Thomas McClendon and James Graham were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Cox listed $453 of taxable property in Captain William Seale's District

1777, Nov 1 -- 1777-1778 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
The following were appointed in Capt. Wm. Seale's District: [Assessors] John Howel, Edward Cox and james McDonald [Justice] Wm. Seale Esq. [Constable] Thos. Elliot.

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Cox, assessor, listed $453 of taxable property in Captain William Seale's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Cox listed $1624 of taxable property in Captain Hunnicutt's District

1779, May 8 -- Deed Book 7 Page 11, Cumberland County, NC
James Gibson deeded Robert Cox 100 acres located on the Dry Fork of Tillis or Smith Creek on lower side of Cabin Creek. John Cox and Edward Cox were witnesses.

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Cox listed $990 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 500 acres valued at $450 in Captain Seal's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
E. Cox listed $196 in Captain William Cox's District

1785, Feb 24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 28
Ordered that the following persons be appointed to lay out a road from the Montgomery County line at Burton's Ford on Drowning Creek to the Cross Creek Road to William Seals Esq.: Edwd. Cox, Robert Grimes, Thos. Grimes, Daniel McCloud, John Cox Esq., Richardson Feagen Esq., Jos. Fry, Solomon Cox, Peter Salter, Jesse Muse, Benjn. Fry, Daniel Jones, William Cox, William Barrett, Jason Wadsworth, John Jackson, David Lewis and James Hill.

1787, May 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 159-160
Ordered that Fox Farmer who was brought before the court under the charge of being one of the party under the command of David Fanning who burnt the houses of Edward Cox and John Cox and for the murder of William Jackson and Robert Law be committed to district goal [jail] of Wilmington and remain there until discharged. Brought into court on second examination and ordered released and acquitted.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 157
Edward Cox
(16+) 1M
3F

1790, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 281
Deed from Edward Cox to John McKay was proven by George Cox

1793, May 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 400
Ordered that John Jackson's land and property be valued by Neil McLeod, Edward Cox and Thos. Graham. 
Cox, Edward (I49289)
 
106 1762, Sep 23 -- Land Grant #446 & 626, Cumberland County, NC
George Keringer received 300 acres located on Grassy Creek adjoining Leonard Haird.

1770, Jul 6 -- Land Grant #1017, Cumberland County, NC
Abraham Hunsucker received 200 acres located north of Grassy Creek adjoining George Carringer. Leonard Heart and George Carringer were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Abraham and Katharine Hunsucker deeded to George Carringer 1775]

1773, May 12 -- Land Grant #1699, Cumberland County, NC
George Caringer received 300 acres located south of Grassy Creek on the Waggon Road between his house and Bear Creek. Conrad Hunsucker and Thomas Wilkerson were chain carriers.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Caringer listed $350 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Carringer listed $400 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Carriner listed $5010 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Carrner listed $2854 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 800 acres valued at $2250 in Captain Cox's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Carrner listed $75 in Captain John Cox's District

1785, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 56
Deed from Lenard Hart and wife to Christopher Yow was proven by Geo. Garrenor [Carrigner].

1785, Nov -- Marriage Licenses, Will Book A Page 382, Moore County, NC
Geo. Baker and Covil/Cesie Carriner were granted a marriage license. Geo. Carriner was the surety.
Ambrose Manis and Katherine Hunnicutt were granted a marriage license. Geo. Carriner was the surety.

1786, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 118
Ordered that George Carringer be exempt from paying poll tax for 1786.

1788, Aug 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 204
Ordered that Geo. Carringer be exempted from a poll tax for 1788.

1789, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 230
Ordered that George Carrener be exempted from poll tax for 1789.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 156
George Carrender
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 3M
4F

1793, Aug 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 408
Ordered that a road be laid from John Garner's to Nall's Mill and work the following hands: John Garner, Alexander Kennedy, George Carriner, Christopher Yew, Owen Carpenter, Edward Moore, William Cook, Ambrose Brewer, Benjamin Cooper, Ambrose Mainus, Hardy Davis, Samuel Perry, Bryan Boroughs, Benjamin Elkins, Kial Johnston and Samuel Martindale.

1793, Sep 10 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#641 George Carriner entered 50 acres southwest of Grassie Creek adjoining his own line and Christopher Yew.

1793, Sep 28 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#649 George Carriner entered 50 acres on Grassie Creek including Willis Brewer?s improvement.

1793, Sep 28 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#650 George Carriner entered 50 acres located north of Grassie Creek adjoining his own line, Honsucker and Lewis Garner.

1793, Oct 3 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#654 George Carriner entered 50 acres north of Grassie Creek adjoining his own line and Christopher Yew including part of his old field.

1793, Nov 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 426
Deed from George Carriner to David Kennedy proven by Vincent Davis

1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records, Box 3
George Carringer signed a petition to form Alfordstown as County Seat for Moore County, NC. [Editor's Note: the petition failed. In 1796 the NC General Assembly established Carthage as the county seat. In 1806, it was changed to Faginsville to honor Richardson Fagin. The name was changed back to Carthage in 1814]

1794, Jan 30 -- Land Grant #1588, Moore County, NC
George Carringer received 50 acres located on both sides of Grassy Creek adjoining his own line, Hunsucker and Luis Gardner. George Carringer Jr. and Christopher Yow were chain carriers.

1794, Apr 10 -- Land Grant #1462, Moore County, NC
David Kennedy received 100 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Pennington, Hunsaker, George Carringer and England. Alexr. Kennedy and George Carringer were chain carriers.

1795 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
George Carington listed 200 acres on supernumerary taxes collected by Sheriff Malcom McNeill

1796, Mar 15 -- Land Grant #1587, Moore County, NC
Neil McLeod [assignee of George Carringer Sr.] received 50 acres located southwest of Grassy Creek adjoining George Carringer, Jonathan Bullock and including Willis Brewer's improvement. Wm. Shershe[Searcy] and J. Bullock were chain carriers.

1796, Nov 23 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#70 George Carrener Sr. entered 50 acres located on the drains of Grassy Creek adjoining his own line, Abraham Huntsucker and Lewis Garner.

1798, Dec 1 -- Land Grant #1895, Moore County, NC
Bradley Garner [assignee of Christopher Yew] received 150 acres located south of Deep River including part of Barton's Island adjoining James Barton, John Garner and William England. James Brady and Peter Graves were chain carriers. John Yow and George Carrinder attested to the transfer of warrant.

1798, Dec 18 -- Land Grant #0187, Moore County, NC
Bradly Garner received 15 acres located on the drains of Grassy Creek adjoining Abram Huntsacre, Geo. Carringer, Lewis Garner and Hart. Lewis Garner and Geo. Carringer Sr. were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

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 58
George Caringer
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1M
(0-10) 1F

1803, Aug 23 -- Will Book A Page 232-233, 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. Proven Feb 1804. 
Carringer, George (I36108)
 
107 1762, Sep 24 -- Land Grant #705, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter received 250 acres located on Falling Creek adjoining the Earl of Granville's line and including his own improvement.

1766, May 11 -- Land Grant #1450, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter received 200 acres located on Wolf Creek adjoining John Shuffel. John Williams[on] and Owen Carpenter were chain carriers.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter listed 1 white poll

1767, Apr 22 -- Land Grant #619, Cumberland County, NC
John Sheffield received 200 acres located north of Wolf Creek adjoining Owen Carpenter.

1767, Jun 27 -- Deed Book 3 Page 124, Cumberland County, NC
William Morgan and wife Mary deeded Solomon Morgan 150 acres located on Deep River. Owen Carpenter and John Garner were witnesses.

1767, Jun 27 -- Deed Book 3 Page 124, Cumberland County, NC
William Morgan and wife Mary deeded John Garner 50 acres located on Deep River. Owen Carpenter and Solomon Morgan were witnesses.

1768, Apr 10 -- Land Grant #802, Cumberland County, NC
John Shuffle received 200 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining Carpenter. John Williamson and Owen Carpenter were chain carriers.

1770, Oct 18 -- Deed Book 4 Page 162, Cumberland County, NC
Martin Ott deeded William Gardiner 400 acres located on Bear Creek. Owen Carpenter was a witness.

1771, Feb 11 -- Deed Book 4 Page 307, Cumberland County, NC
Abel Lee deeded John Garner and John May 50 acres located on both sides of Deep River including upper end of Barton's Island. William Garner and Owen Carpenter were witnesses.

1771, Mar 3 -- Deed Book 4 Page 306, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter and wife Catherin deeded John Sheffield a tract of land on Wolf Creek adjoining John Sheffield. William Garner and Thomas Rutherford were listed as witnesses.

1771, Apr 3 -- Deed Book 4 Page 305, Cumberland County, NC
John Needham and wife Susannah deeded Henry Gaster 200 acres on north Fork of Bear Creek and Granville line. Owen Carpenter and John Shiffield were witnesses.

1773, May 11 -- Land Grant #1235, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter received 100 acres located on Williams Creek 1/4 mile southwest of the Yadkin Road. William Shuffield and James Ludlow were chain carriers.

1774, Jan 11 -- Land Grant #1698, Cumberland County, NC
John Gardner received 100 acres located on Grassy Creek adjoining Enoch Spinks, Owen Carpenter and his own line. Owen Carpenter and David Stroud were chain carriers.

1774, Jan 12 -- Land Grant #1700, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Bird received 150 acres located on Buckhorn Branch south of Deep River adjoining John Williamson and Owen Carpenter. William Williamson and William Bird were chain carriers.

1774, Jul -- 1774-1784 Trial and Appearance Docket, Cumberland County, NC
#12 John Marsh v. Barthelomew Dunn
Owen Carpenter and Willm. Manus listed as bail

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC, Captain John Cox's District
Owen Carpenter listed $500 of taxable property

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter listed $1000 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter listed $4000 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter listed $2740 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 350 acres valued at $1350 and 1 slave in Captain Cox's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter listed $300 in Captain John Cox's District

1786, Aug 21-23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 109
Ordered that Owen Carpenter be exempt from poll Tax for 1786.
 
Carpenter, Owen (I21338)
 
108 1763, Apr 22 -- Land Grant #188 and #346, Cumberland County, NC
William Garner received 150 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining Michael Heart and including John Goalman's improvement that he bought. Hugh Johnston and Peter Vonkenna were chain carriers.

1764, Aug 4 -- Deed Book 2 Page 439, Cumberland County, NC
John Donahoe deeded Michael Heart 100 acres located south of Bear Creek. Stephen Gilmore and Hugh Gilmore were witnesses.

1764, Nov 21 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
A road to be laid off from Bear Creek to Shuffill's path to join Spinx's road. John Williamson appointed overseer of the jury as follows: John Williamson, John Gardner, Enox Spinx, Leonard Hart, John Shuffill, Wm. Garner, Abel Lee, Jno. Huntsucker, Wm. Kee, Jno. Kigell, Jas. Johnston and Mic. Heart.

1765, Oct 30 -- Land Grant #538 and 719, Cumberland County, NC
Michael Hart received 200 acres located on Fork of Bear Creek known as Reedy Branch adjoining the Earl of Granville's line. [Editor's Note: Michael and Barbara Hart deeded to John Needham 1767 --> John and Susannah Needham to Henry Caster 1771]

1765, Oct 30 -- Land Grant #574 and #755, Cumberland County, NC
Michael Hart received 200 acres located on Fork of Bear Creek. [Editor's Note: deeded to Vincent Garner 1772 --> William Wright 1774]

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Michl. Hart listed 2 white polls

1767, Nov 18 -- Deed Book 3 Page 149, Cumberland County, NC
Michael Hart and wife Barbara deeded John Needham (of Orange County) 200 acres located on Earl of Granville line crossing Bear Creek. Robert Cochran and James Lathrum were witnesses.

1772, Jan 23 -- Deed Book 5 Page 171, Cumberland County, NC
Michael Hart deeded Vincent Gardner 100 acres located south of Bear Creek. John Walsh and Robert Sims were witnesses.

1772, Mar 11 -- Land Grant #1168, Cumberland County, NC
James Gilmore received 200 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining Michael Heart. William Hunsucker and John Lawly were chain carriers.

1772, Mar 23 -- Deed Book 5 Page 130, Cumberland County, NC
Michael Hart and wife Barbara deeded Vincent Garner 200 acres located on both sides of the south prong of Bear Creek. James Garner and Mekear Garner were witnesses.

1773, May 11 -- Land Grant #1363, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Castor received 100 acres located on the drains of Bear Creek adjoining Michael Heart. 
Hart, Michael (I49294)
 
109 1763, Aug 2 -- 1762 - 1766 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Orange County, NC Page 52
Mourning Milton, daughter of Robert Milton, Dec'd. to be committed to the care of Mr. Robert Cate, Jr. Bondsman Thomas Cate.
 
Melton, Mourning (I03447)
 
110 1763, Dec 19 -- Land Grant #0101, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunsucker entered 150 acres located on a branch of Deep River including Stephen Ellis' improvement. Surveyed 6 Jul 1764. [note -- never granted]

1764, Nov 21 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
A road to be laid off from Bear Creek to Shuffill's path to join Spinx's road. John Williamson appointed overseer, jury as follows: John Williamson, John Gardner, Enox Spinx, Leoanrd Hart, John Shuffill , Wm. Garner, Abel Lee, Jno. Huntsucker, Wm. Kee, Jno. Kigell, Jas. Johnston and Mic. Heart.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunsuker listed 3 white polls

1769, Dec 16 -- Land Grant #910, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunsaker received a 200 acre Land Grant located on Reedy Creek.

1773, Dec -- General Assembly Session Records
Petition to move the Guilford County, NC courthouse toward the center of the county. John Hunsucker was a signer.

1787, Feb 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 132
Deed from James Morgan and wife to John Hunsucker was proven by Leonard Cagle

1789, Mar 3 -- Land Grant #338, Moore County, NC
Roger Cagle received a 100 acre Land Grant located on Wolf Creek adjoining John Hunzacker. Johnson Lathem and George Brazel were chain carriers.

1789, Sep 2 -- Land Grant #328, Moore County, NC
George Brazel received a 100 acre Land Grant located on Wolf Creek adjoining Hunsackor and his own improvement. George Brazel and Roger Cagle were chain carriers.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 166
John Hunsucker
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 3M
3F

1790, Feb 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 255
A deed from John and Susanna Huntsucker to Thomas Coash was proven by Owen Carpenter.

1791, Jul 1 -- Land Grant #404, Moore County, NC
Roger Cagle received a 50 acre Land Grant located on Wolf Creek adjoining John Hensucker and his own line. George Cagle and John Andrews were chain carriers.

1793, Oct 12 -- Land Grant #997, Moore County, NC
William Wright received a 150 acre Land Grant located northwest of Wolf Creek adjoining John Hunsacur, William Morgan, George Brazel, and his own improvement. Uriah Wright and Nathan Morgan were chain carriers.

1795, Nov 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 538
A deed from John and Susannah Hunsucker to Nathan Smith is proven by George Cagle. 
Hunsucker, John (I35339)
 
111 1763, Jan 1 -- Land Grant #1625, #1814 & #0145, Cumberland County, NC
Peter Toncannon [Voncannon] received 100 acres located on Wolf Creek 2 miles above the mouth adjoining Hare. Jacob Hartley and Martin Off [Ott] were chain carriers.

1769, May 4 -- Land Grant #882, Cumberland County, NC
Martin Ott received 400 acres located on Bear Creek three miles below the Yadkin Road. [Editor's Note: deeded to William Gardiner 1770].

1769, Jul 6 -- Land Grant #1060, Cumberland County, NC
William Gardner received 50 acres located on Bear Creek opposite the mouth of Williams Creek adjoining Martin Ott. William Gardner and Mark Shuffield were chain carriers.

1770, Oct 18 -- Deed Book 4 Page 162, Cumberland County, NC
Martin Ott deeded William Gardiner 400 acres located on Bear Creek. Owen Carpenter was a witness.
 
Ott, Martin (I49318)
 
112 1763, Mar 10 -- Land Grant #0490, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Tidwell received 100 acres located on Dry Creek adjoining own improvement. William Keys and Luke Whitfield were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1764, Feb 3 -- Deed Book 2 Page 326, Cumberland County, NC
James Chiney deeded John Kegill 120 acres located in the fork of Bear Creek, a place called the Hasel Neck. Patented to Richd. Caswell and sold to James Chiney 10 May 1760. Francis Tredwell, William Searcy and John Chiney were witnesses.

1764, Feb 22 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Deed from James Cheney to John Kegell was proven by Francis Teedwell

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Didwell listed 1 white poll

1767, Aug 9 -- Land Grant #1491 and 0489, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Tedwell received 200 acres located between Dry Creek and Horse Creek. Thomas Key and Samuel Tedwell were chain carriers.

1772, Apr 30 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 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
Frances Tidwell listed $150 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Tredwell listed $250-1000 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Frances Tidwell listed $1500 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Tidwell listed $656 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 200 acres valued at $450 in Captain Cox's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Fras. Tidwell listed $70 in Captain John Cox's District

1785, May 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 31
Jeane Tedwell was appointed Administrator of Frances Tedwell, Dec'd. Everit Smith was named security.

1785, Aug 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 50
Ordered that Jean Tedwell have leave to sell the estate of Francis Tedwell, Dec'd.

1785, Aug [undated estimate] -- Estate, Moore County, NC Will Book A, Page 339
Inventory of the Estate of Frances Tedwell, Dec'd. by Administrator Jeane Tedwell. Items purchased by the following: Jeane Tedwell, Richd. Bean, Saml. Tedwell, Averett Smith and Richardson Feagan. 
Tedwell, Francis (I49293)
 
113 1763, Sep 23 -- Land Grant #876, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Duckworth Junr. received 195 acres located on Deep River about 1/2 mile above McLendons Creek adjoining John Carroll. Joseph Duckworth Senr. and John Carroll were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to John Harden 1774 --> Philip Alston 1778]

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Duck listed 1 white poll 
Duckworth, Joseph Sr. (I49296)
 
114 1763, Sep 23 -- Land Grant #876, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Duckworth Junr. received 195 acres located on Deep River about 1/2 mile above McLendons Creek adjoining John Carroll. Joseph Duckworth Senr. and John Carroll were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to John Harden 1774 --> Philip Alston 1778]

1768, Sep 23 -- Land Grant #1164, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunnicut Junr. [assignee of John Carroll] received 100 acres located on Deep River adjoining Gabriel Hardin or Joel McClendon and Joseph Duckworth Junr. [Editor's Note: deeded to Philip Alston 1775; similar deed from Hunnicut to John Hardin 1775]

1770, Sep 29 -- Land Grant #1014, Cumberland County, NC
John Overton received 50 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Governor [Johnston]. John Overton and Joseph Duckworth Junr. were chain carriers.

1771, Aug 13 -- Deed Book 4 Page 409, Cumberland County, NC
James Muse deeded Jacob Duckworth (of Chatham County) 200 acres located south of McLendons Creek in a gut, east of a place called the Sand Ridge. Patent to Muse 1767. John Overton and Joseph Duckworth were witnesses.

1774, Oct 24 -- Deed Book 6 Page 298, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Dukeworth Jr. deeded John Harden 195 acres located south of Deep River adjoining John Carrell. James McDonald and Levi Pennington were witnesses.

1775, Jan 12 -- Deed Book 6 Page 397, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunnicutt Jr. deeded Philip Alston 100 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Joel McLendon, Gabril Hardin and Joseph Ducksworth Jr. William Douglass and Joseph Gordon were witnesses.

1775, Apr 3 -- Deed Book 6 Page 455, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunicutt deeded John Hardin 100 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Joel McLendon or Gabriel Hardin and Joseph Duckworth Jr. Randh. Hunnicutt and William Harden were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Duckworth listed $400 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Duckworth listed $2000 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Duckworth listed $6010 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Duckworth listed in Captain Duckworth's District. Taxable property was estimated between $315-1560.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
J. Duckworth listed $224 in Captain John Hunnicut's District

1786, Oct 10 -- Land Grant #174, Moore County, NC
Leven Hinsworth received 50 acres located on Deep River near Lick Creek adjoining Hardin, Joseph Duckworth and John Carrel. Joseph Duckworth and Harmon Brewer were chain carriers.

1787, May 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 159
Ordered that Jos. Duckworth be appointed overseer of the new road from Chatham County line to where it crosses Deep River.

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 203
Ordered that a road be laid from near Saml. Person's to the courthouse in Carthage and the following hands to work: William Davis, Benj. Shields, Jas. Collins, Lenear Brewer, John Hargrove, James Brady, Henry Person, Saml. Person, John Blanchett, Joseph McGee, Joseph Duckworth, William Harden, Benj. Cooper, William Handcock, Saml. Dun, Joseph Dun, Jesse Muse, Saml. Perry, Peter Graves, Drury Richardson and William Richardson.

1789, Feb 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 222
Ordered that Joseph Duckworth be appointed overseer of the road in the room of Saml. Dunn.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 163
Joseph Duckworth
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 1M
4F
1 Slave

1790, Apr 18 -- Land Grant #1243, Moore County, NC
Joseph McGee received 200 acres located on both sides of Scotchman Creek adjoining Powell, Malcolm McNeill, Joseph Duckworth, Allison. Joseph Duckworth and Donald McDonald were chain carriers.

1791, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 299
Ordered that a road be laid out from the Widow Muses to the nearest course near Joseph Duckworths and son to the Island Ford and from thence to Chatham County line leading on a direct course towards Conner settlement and the following work on the road: Joseph Duckworth, Joseph McGee Senr., Joseph McGee Junr., Drury Richerson, Wm. Harden, John Blanchet, James Brady, Benj. Elkins, Saml. Perry, Wm. Cook, Near Brewer, Saml. Person, Benj. Cooper, Wm. Richerson, Wm. Teague, Robert Davis, Benj. Shields and John Goldston. [Editor's Note: this entire entry was stuck through in the original records]

1791, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 315
Ordered that the road from Widow Muses to the Chatham County line at Saml. Persons be revived and turned across Deep River at the Island Ford. Joseph Duckworth appointed overseer and have the following hands to work: Joseph Dunn Junr., Francis Myrick, Joseph McGee, William Teague, Robt. Davis, Robt. Cheek, James Collins, Joseph McGee Jr., Wm. Harden, Gabriel Harden, Benjn. Cooper, Saml. Perry, Richd. Upton, Joseph Dunn Sr. and Henry Powers.

1791, Nov 22-24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 322,323-329
Deed from Leaven Hainsworth to Joseph McGee was proven by Joseph Duckworth

1792, Feb 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 340
Ordered that Joseph Duckworth be appointed overseer of the road as before and have the following hands to work: William Davis and hands, Robt. Davis and his hands, Wm. Teague and hands, Jos. McGee and hands, Jos. Duckworth and hands, James Brady, Saml. Perry and hands, Jos. Dunn Jur. and hands and Francis Myrick.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 44
Joseph Duckworth
(45+) 1M 1F
(10-16) 2M 1F
(0-10) 1F
8 Slaves

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 600
Joseph Duckworth
(26-45) 1F
(0-10) 1F
[Editor's Note: Enumerator didn't list any male members of the household. Likely a mistake.]

1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Joseph Ducksworth listed 200 acres valued at $350

1820/1822 (undated estimate) -- Record of Estates Book B Page 39-40, 74-75, Moore County, NC
Estate of Joseph Duckworth, Dec'd. by Administrators Hannah Duckworth and B. Boroughs. Inventory includes slaves Chain, Peggy, Jerry, Tempy, Daniel, Esra and Anderson.
 
Duckworth, Joseph Jr. (I49297)
 
115 1764, Aug 7 -- 1762 - 1766 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Orange County, NC Page 223
Ordered that twelve of the following persons meet and lay out a road from Rowan [current Davidson County/Randolph County] line opposite Fraziers Road to the best and nearest road leading to Cross Creek: Windsor Pierce, Jeffrey Beck, Christopher Monday, John Needham, John Williamson, James Pittman, James Graves, Ralph Hinwelt, Charles Strange, Solomon Morgain, John Purslay, Peter Funcanon, William Searcey, Henry Smith, Adam Andrews, John Garner, John Lawrence and Jno. Rodes

1779 -- Tax List, Randolph County, NC
Adam Andrews listed 300 acres in Windsor Pierce's District

1788, Jan 29 -- Deed Book 4, Page 19, Randolph County, NC
William Searcy (of Montgomery County) deeded William Pearce 200 acres located north of Fork Creek and Rocky Creek adjoining Adam Andrews and Widow Andrews. William Bowdon and John Pearce were witnesses.

1788, Dec 26 -- Land Grant #556, Randolph County, NC
Adam Andrews received 313 acres located on Fork Creek adjoining Pearce. Michael Andrews and Uriah Mash were chain carriers.

1789, Jun 1 -- Will Book A Page 160, Moore County, NC
Bill of Sale from Adam Andrews to William Williamson for negro girl Seal. Nicholas Nall and John Reed were witnesses. Proven in county court May 1792.

1789, Aug 28 -- Will Book A Page 160, Moore County, NC
Bill of Sale from Adam Andrews to Bradly Garner for negro girl Poll. Nicholas Nall, William Williamson and John Smith were witnesses. Proven in county court May 1792.

1790 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 289
Adam Andrews
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M

1792, Mar 24 -- Will, Randolph County, NC
Will of Adam Andrews, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Peggy Andrews, daughter Peggy Andrews, deceased son Coonrod Andrews, daughter and son-in-law James Ludlo, daughter Catherine Andrews, son David Andrews, son Michael Andrews, daughter Susanna Lathrom, daughter Barberby Garner and husband Bradley Garner. Executors: William Williamson, Bradley Garner and Michael Andrews. Witnesses: Nicholas Nall, Polley Nall and Morah Williamson. Proven Dec 1792.

1792, May 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 350
Bill of Sale from Adam Andrews to William Williamson proven by Nicholas Nall
Bill of Sale from Adam Andrews to Bradly Garner proven by Nicholas Nall 
Andrews, Adam (I35972)
 
116 1764, Aug 7 -- 1762 - 1766 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Orange County, NC Page 223
Ordered that twelve of the following persons meet and lay out a road from Rowan [current Davidson County/Randolph County] line opposite Fraziers Road to the best and nearest road leading to Cross Creek: Windsor Pierce, Jeffrey Beck, Christopher Monday, John Needham, John Williamson, James Pittman, James Graves, Ralph Hinwelt, Charles Strange, Solomon Morgain, John Purslay, Peter Funcanon, William Searcey, Henry Smith, Adam Andrews, John Garner, John Lawrence and Jno. Rodes.

1766, Sep 26 -- Land Grant #599 and #780, Cumberland County, NC
Solomon Morgan received 100 acres located on Buffalo Creek at Honey Ridge and near the Richlands.

1767, Jun 27 -- Deed Book 3 Page 124, Cumberland County, NC
William Morgan and wife Mary deeded Solomon Morgan 150 acres located on Deep River. Owen Carpenter and John Garner were witnesses.

1767, Jun 27 -- Deed Book 3 Page 124, Cumberland County, NC
William Morgan and wife Mary deeded John Garner 50 acres located on Deep River. Owen Carpenter and Solomon Morgan were witnesses.

1770, Oct 26 -- Deed Book 3, Page 552, Orange County, NC
Abraham Richeson and wife Sarah (of Bladen County) deeded Lambert Reed (of Orange County) 50 acres located on the mouth of Buffalow Branch and Deep River adjoining William Searcy and Lambert Read. Solomon Morgin and William Moore were witnesses. Proven Jul 1771 by Soloman Morgan.

1771, Nov 5 -- Deed Book 4 Page 420, Cumberland County, NC
Soloman Margin and wife Mehitabel Ludlam (of Chatham County) deeded William Savory (of Guilford County) 150 acres located east of Deep River. Conner Dowd and John Galston were witnesses.

1772, Jan 30 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Deed from Solomon Morgain and Mehitabel Ludlam to William Savory proven by Conner Dowd.

1773, Dec 14 -- Deed Book 1, Page 248, Guilford County, NC
Soloman Morgan and wife Mehetabel deeded Lombard Reade 100 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Richeson. Granted to William Searcy 1761. William Searcy and Windsor Pearce were witnesses.

1786, May 15-16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 94-95,97
Deed from Solomon Morgan to John Caddle proven by Drury Richardson 
Morgan, Solomon (I49299)
 
117 1764, Feb 14 -- Deed, Orange County, NC
Harman Husbands deeded Peter Givet 250 acres. Henry Cagle was a witness.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Keagel listed 1 white poll

1768, Sep 29 -- Land Grant #884, Cumberland County, NC
Robert Edwards received a 150 acre Land Grant located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Jacob Stutz. Henry Cagill and Jacob Stutz were chain carriers.

1768, Oct 24 -- Deed Book 3 Page 286, Cumberland County, NC
John Mayers and wife Susannah of Orange County deeded Henry Kegle 200 acres located East of Little Buffalo Creek on Smith's Fork. William Minzes and William Garner were witnesses.

1772, Mar 7 -- Land Grant #1182, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Hill received a 100 acre Land Grant located on Long Meadow adjoining Robert Edwards. Drury Richardson and Henery Kagill were chain carriers.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Cagle listed $150 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Cagle listed $400-1200 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Keagle listed $2400 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Kegle listed in Captain John Cox's District. Taxable property was estimated between $1020-4080.

1782, Jan 29 -- 1779-1782 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Cagell was appointed the road overseer from McClendons Creek to Bear Creek.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Cagle listed $100 in Captain John Cox's District

1785, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 19
A deed from Henry Keagle and wife to Zach. Smith was proven by William Mithoson.

1789, Feb 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 218
A deed from Stephen and Alisabeth Richardson to Henry Cagle was proven by Wm. Dunn.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 154
Henry Cagle
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 4M
4F

1790, Aug 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 279
Henry Cagle records his mark as an over slope in each ear.

1791, Jan 21-- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#311 Henry Cagle entered 100 acres on both sides of Bear Creek including his own improvement and adjoining Constable's 100 acres and Gilmore's 100 acres.

1793 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Henry Cagle listed (horses only) on supernumerary taxes collected by Sheriff Malcom McNeill

1793, Apr 15 -- Land Grant #1547, Moore County, NC
Christopher Cagle received 100 acres located north of Bear Creek including his improvement and adjoining Gilmore. Henry Cagle and William Cagle were chain carriers. Hardy Davis attested that the purchase money for the land had been paid.

1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records, Box 3
Henry Cagle signed a petition to form Alfordstown as County Seat for Moore County, NC. [Editor's Note: the petition failed. In 1796 the NC General Assembly established Carthage as the county seat. In 1806, it was changed to Faginsville to honor Richardson Fagin. The name was changed back to Carthage in 1814]

1794, Mar 20 -- Land Grant #1539, Moore County, NC
Henry Kagle Senr. received a 100 acre Land Grant located on Bear Creek adjoining Michael Hart and James Gilmore. Christopher Cagle and William Cagle were chain carriers.

1795, Feb 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 500
A deed from Leonard and Susannah Cagle to Thomas Smitherman was proven by Henry Cagle

1795, Feb 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 506
Ordered that Hardy Davis be appointed overseer of the road to be laid off from his house to Nicholas Nall's and have the following hands to work: Nicholas Nall's hands, Robert Burd, Peter Cagle and Henry Cagle's hands.

1795, Mar 25 -- Land Grant #1200, Moore County, NC
Henry Kagle, Sr. [assignee of George Kagle] received 100 acres located on Cow Branch of Wolf Creek. Stephen Smith and John Nichols were chain carriers.

1795, Apr 16 -- Land Grant #1288, Moore County, NC
William Cagle received 100 acres located on Fork of Bear Creek adjoining Michael Hart, Henry Cagle and including his own improvement. Joseph Lolly and Henry Cagle were chain carriers.

1795, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 514
Ordered that Hardy Davis have the following hands to work on the road from his house to Nicholas Nalls Esquire: Nicholas Nalls hands, Robert Bird, Peter Cagle, Henry Cagle, William Cagle, Christian Cagle, Leonard Cagle, Andrew White, Thomas Smitherman, Charles Holden, Adam Comer, Averet Sheffield and John Garner.

1795, May 25 -- 1785-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 523
Ordered that Joseph Allen be appointed overseer of the Yadkin Road from the County Line to the fork of the road at Instant Hall's plantation and have the following hands to work: William Morgan Jr., Stephen Smith, Nicholas Smith, George Cagle [Wolf], Peter Haire, Peter Garner, John Comber, Leonard Cagle, Moses Wilson, Nathan Morgan, George Morgan, Reuben Freeman, and Henry Cagle's of age sons.

1795, Nov 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 538
A deed from William Wright to Henry Cagle was acknowledged

1796, Feb 20 -- Land Grant #888, Moore County, NC
Henry Kagle Jr. received 100 acres located North of Bear Creek adjoining John Lawley, his own line and Hardy Davis. Henry Kagle Sr. and John Kagle were chain carriers.

1796, Feb 25 -- Land Grant #889, Moore County, NC
Henry Kagle Sr. received 50 acres located on Cow Branch of Wolf Creek adjoining his own line and George Kagle. Henry Kagle and John Owens were chain carriers.

1796, Aug 16 -- Land Grant #890, Moore County, NC
Henry Kagle Sr. received 100 acre Land Grant located on the Head of Bear Creek adjoining his own line. Peter Kagle and Henry Kagle were chain carriers.

1797, Feb 20 -- Land Grant #892, Moore County, NC
Henry Cagle Sr. received 25 acres located on the South Prong of Bear Creek adjoining his own line and James Hogg. Peter Cagle and Henry Cagle Jr. were chain carriers.

1797, Jun 10 -- Land Grant #893, Moore County, NC
Christopher Cagle received 50 acres located North of Bear Creek adjoining his own line, John Lawley, Christian Cagle, and Henry Cagle Sr. Henry Cagle and John Cagle. were chain carriers.

1797, Aug 9 -- Land Grant #887, Moore County, NC
Henry Cagle Jr. received 25 acres located South of Bear Creek adjoining his own line. Henry Cagle Sr. and Peter Cagle were chain carriers.

1797, Aug 28 -- Land Grant #894, Moore County, NC
Peter Kagle received 200 acres located on the Head of Bear Creek adjoining John Lawley and Henry Kagle. Henry Kagle and Peter Kagle were chain carriers.

1797, Oct 3 -- Land Grant #891, Moore County, NC
Henry Cagle Sr. received 20 acres located on North of Bear Creek adjoining his own line. Christopher Cagle and John Cagle were chain carriers.

1798, Nov 20 -- Land Grant #1500, Moore County, NC
Henry Cagle Jr. received 50 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining his own line, John Lawley and Hardy Davis. Hardy Davis and Henry Cagle Sr. were chain carriers.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 46
Henery Cagle
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M
(10-16) 3M

1800, Sep 30 -- Land Grant #1677, Moore County, NC
William Cagle received a 75 acre Land Grant located on Southwest of Bear Creek adjoining Henry Cagle Sr. and his own line. Henry Cagle Sr. and William Garner Sr. were chain carriers.

1800, Oct 20 -- Land Grant #1707, Moore County, NC
Henry Cagle Sr. received a 21 acre Land Grant located on the South Prong of Bear Creek adjoining his own line and James Gilmore. Henry Cagle Jr. and John Cagle were chain carriers.

1802, Feb -- Will Book A, Page 224-225, Moore County, NC
Will of Henry Cagle, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Caterana Cagle [220 acres including the plantation where I now live adjoining the lands of William, Christian and Henry Cagle Jr.], eldest son William Cagle, son Christian Cagle [50 acres adjoining where he now lives], son Henry Cagle, son Peter Cagle, son John Cagle [200 acres adjoining Cornelius Lathem except 22.5 acres taken up by John McAulay], son Jacob Cagle [100 acres and 50 acres which I bought of John McAulay on Meadow Branch of Wolf Creek], son George Cagle [100 acres where he now lives adjoining Peter Cagle], last son Martin Cagle, daughter Inna Caterena Cockman, daughter Eliza Hubbard and daughter Mary Auman. Executors: wife Caterana Cagle and son William Cagle. Witnesses: Hardy Davis, Peter Davis and Charles Tyler. Proven Feb 1802. 
Cagle, Henry (I00194)
 
118 1764, Feb 20 -- Deed Book 2 Page 321, Cumberland County, NC
John Smith deeded Isaac Hill 100 acres located on Buffalo Creek. Henry Smith, Mary Smith and William Morgin were witnesses.

1764, Feb 22 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Deed from John Smith to Isaac Hill proven by Wm. Morgin.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Hill listed 1 white poll and 1 black poll

1772, Mar 7 -- Land Grant #1182, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Hill received 100 acres located on Long Meadow adjoining Robert Edwards. Drury Richardson and Henery Kagill were chain carriers.

1773, Jan 27 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Drury Richardson was appointed overseer of the road from James Muse Esq.'s to Isaac Hill's.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Hill listed $444 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Hill listed $715 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1778, Apr 2 -- 1777-1778 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Hill was appointed constable in the place of John Williamson.

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Hill listed $3200 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Hill listed $1950 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 200 acres valued at $540 and 2 slaves in Captain Duckworth's District

1783, Jan 24 -- Deed Book 7 Page 176, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Hill deeded Zachariah Smith 100 acres located on Buffalo Creek. Patent to Nicholas Smith and conveyed by John Smith (his heir) to Hill. Mary Richerson, Ritterell Doughty and Wm. Danielly were witnesses.

1792, Feb 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 345
Isaac Hill to James Melton proven by Joseph Robson 
Hill, Isaac (I49298)
 
119 1764, Feb 25 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Joshua Hencock appointed road overseer in place of John Overton.

1765, Feb 7 -- Deed Book 2 Page 595, Cumberland County, NC
George Blair and John Johnston (of Edenton) deeded Joshua Hancock 150 acres located on Deep River adjoining David Bartram being part of the Governor Gabriel Johnston four grants bequeathed to Samuel Johnston and John Johnston who sold his share to George Blair. Elisha Hunter and Conner Dowd were witnesses.

1769, Jun 1 -- Deed Book 4 Page 239, Cumberland County, NC
Joshua Hancock deeded Randolph Cheek 150 acres located on Deep River adjoining David Bartram being part of the Governor Gabriel Johnston four grants bequeathed to Samuel Johnston and John Johnston and then to George Blair and then Joshua Hancock. Elisha Hunter and Jacob Barnes were witnesses.

1772, Oct -- Estate, Cumberland County, NC
Inventory of the estate of John Hancock Dec'd. by Administrator Conner Dowd. Notes held on the following: Moses Bland, John Hunnicutt Senr., John Hunnicutt Jun., James Russell, Jacob Rogers, Joshua Hancock, Willm. Hancock and Rich. Lyon & Co.

1774, Jan 11 -- Land Grant #1617 and #1806, Cumberland County, NC
Randolph Cheek received 250 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Frederick Gregg, Cheek and Governor Johnston and including Joshua Hancock's improvement. John Phillips and Randolph Cheek were chain carriers.


 
Hancock, Joshua (I49300)
 
120 1764, Jul 5 -- Land Grant #1430, Cumberland County, NC
David Caygill received 100 acres located on Flat [Flag] Creek about 1/4 mile from John Caygill's plantation. [Editor's Note: David and Catharine Kegle deeded to William Smith 1769 --> Charles Sowel --> Jeremiah Williams, Thomas Williams, James Williams and Bartholomew Dunn deeded to William Williams 1823]

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.

1774, Jan 12 -- Land Grant #0417, Cumberland County, NC
William Smith received 50 acres located at the mouth of Cabin Creek adjoining David Kagill, John Kagill, own improvement. Jesse Ritter and Jacob Cagle were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]
 
Cagle, David "Johan Theobald Kegel" (I35857)
 
121 1764, Jul 7 -- Land Grant #499 and #680, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Dunn received 300 acres located on both sides of Wet Creek including the place where he now lives.

1767, Apr 11 -- Cane Creek Meeting Minutes, Alamance County, NC
James Barnes of Cumberland County and Sarah Dunn of Cumberland County were married at the Barnes Meeting House on Deep River in Cumberland County. Jeremiah Barnes, Jonathan Barnes, Thomas Smith, Mary Barnes, Richard Dunn, Joseph Dunn, Ruth Dunn, John Jones, Cornelius Tison, Jane Tison, Abigail Pike and Eve Crafford were present and served as witnesses.

1772, Apr 30 -- 1771-1776 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.

1772, Sep 2 -- Land Grant #1645, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Dunn received 100 acres located east of Wet Creek adjoining his own line. Richd. Dunn Senr. and Richd. Dunn Junr. were chain carriers.

1772, Sep 9 -- Land Grant #1644, Cumberland County, NC
Christopher Butler received 300 acres located west of Dry Creek including his own improvement. Richard Dunn and Christopher Butler were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Christopher and Elizabeth Butler deeded to Robert Paterson 1778]

1774, Jan 22 -- Land Grant #1714, Cumberland County, NC
John Smith received 100 acres located on Wet Creek half mile above Richard Dunn's Mill including the Hoop Pole Thicket. Thomas Moore and Richard Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: John and Easter Smith deeded to Richard Dunn 1784 --> Richard and Deborah Dunn to Alexr. McIver 1784]

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Dunn listed $176 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Dunn listed $450 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Dunn listed $700 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Richd. Dunn Sr. listed in Captain John Cox's District. Taxable property was estimated between $350-1400.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Richd. Dunn listed $260 in Captain John Cox's District

1783, Nov 19 -- Land Grant #2066, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Dunn received 100 acres located on Wet Creek adjoining Bartholomew Dunn and his own line. Hezekiah Dunn and Bartholomew Dunn were chain carriers.

1784, Jun 9 -- Deed Book 7 Page 249, Cumberland County, NC
John and Easter Smith (of Bladen County) deeded Richard Dunn 100 acres located on both sides of Wet Creek about mile above Richard Dunn's Mill. Malcolm McNeill and William Smith were witnesses.

1784, Oct 26 -- 1784-1797 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Deed from John Smith to Richd. Dunn was proven by Wm. Smith.

1784 [undated] -- Deed Book 7 Page 319, Cumberland County, NC
Richard and wife Deborah Dunn deeded Alexr. McIver 100 acres located on both sides of Wet Creek about mile above Richard Dunn's Mill. John McDonald and Norman Morrison were witnesses. Proven Jan 1785.

1785, Nov 30 -- Land Grant #98, Moore County, NC
Malcolm Morrison received 200 acres located on Dry Creek adjoining Ancel Melton and Daniel McSwain (formerly the Sandhill Place). Isaac Dunn and Richd. Dunn were chain carriers.

1785, Nov 30 -- Land Grant #128, Moore County, NC
Neil Matheson received 100 acres located on Dry Creek adjoining Nicholas Newton and Donald McSwine. Isaac Dunn and Richd. Dunn were chain carriers.

1786, May 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 99
The following hands were appointed to work on the road from Morgan's Mill to the old Yadkin Road: Wm. Morgan, Geo. Brazwell, Richd. Dunn, James Morgan, Wm. Morgan Jr., Lewis Fields, Nathan Morgan, John Medford, John Morgan, Isaac Dun, Norman McLoud and Robert Cox.

1787, Nov 19-21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 172
[Deeds] Richard and Judy Dunn to Isaac Dunn was acknowledged

1790, Feb 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 257,260
Deed from Richard Dunn and Isaac Dunn to Hezekiah Dunn proven by Thos. Keys
Deed from Richard Dunn to Hezekiah Dunn was acknowledged

1790, May 10 -- Land Grant #309, Moore County, NC
Isaac Dunn received 100 acres located on the head of Drowning Creek below the White Ponds. Joel Atkins and Richard Dunn were chain carriers.

1790, May 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 267
The following hands were ordered to work on the road from the Montgomery County Line by the Ford at Cabbin Creek to the Forks below the White Ponds: Isaac Dunn, Richd. Dunn Jr., Rd. Dunn Sr., Ezekiah Dunn, Jesse Brown, Murk McAulay, Robert Pattison, Robert Cox, Nichl. Newton, Ansel Melton, Anguish McAulay, Donald McLeod, Norman McLeod, Joseph Allen, Wm. Morgan and Jacob Harvick.

1792, Feb 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 333
Deed from Richard Dunn to Joseph Allen was acknowledged

1792, May 23 -- Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 356
A Deed from Nicholas Newton to Richard Dunn was proven by Neil McLeod

1793, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 388-389
[Deeds] Richard Dunn to William Newton was acknowledged
John McLeod to Richard Dunn was acknowledged
Richard Dunn Senr. to Richard Dunn Jur. proven by Hezekiah Dunn

1795, May 21 -- 1785-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 523
Ordered that the following persons be appointed to determine whether the road from Instant Hall's plantation to the [Montgomery] County Line shall go by Thomas Dunn's or Lewis Sowell's: Darius Ramage, Norman McKennon, Murdo McAulay, Enoch Hall, Norman McLeod, Saml. Hall, Murdo. McAulay Jr., Joseph Allen, William Smith Jr., John McKinnon, Christopher Bethune, John Spivia, Hezekiah Dunn, Richard Dunn, Alexander Morrison and William Morgan.

1797, Nov 8 -- Land Grant #1339, Moore County, NC
Richard Dunn Jr. received 100 acres located on both sides of Wet Creek south of Size Branch including Elizabeth Hodges' improvement adjoining his own line. John McKinnon and Richd. Dunn were chain carriers.

1797, Nov 29 -- Land Grant #1310, Moore County, NC
William Dunn received 100 acres located east of Drowning Creek adjoining Huff's Ford and the [Montgomery] County line. Ezekiah Dunn and Richd. Dunn were chain carriers

1803, Jul 14 -- Land Grant #1834, Moore County, NC
Wm. Copland received 50 acres located east of Drowning Creek adjoining his own line. John Campbell and Richard Dunn Senr. were chain carriers. 
Dunn, Richard (I40044)
 
122 1764, Nov 21 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
A road to be laid off from Bear Creek to Shuffill's path to join Spinx's road. John Williamson appointed overseer of the jury as follows: John Williamson, John Gardner, Enox Spinx, Leonard Hart, John Shuffill, Wm. Garner, Abel Lee, Jno. Huntsucker, Wm. Kee, Jno. Kigell, Jas. Johnston and Mic. Heart.

1766, May 11 -- Land Grant #1450, Cumberland County, NC
Owen Carpenter received 200 acres located on Wolf Creek adjoining John Shuffel. John Williams[on] and Owen Carpenter were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Owen and Caterin Carpenter deeded to John Sheffield 1771]

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Shuffield listed 2 White Polls

1768, Apr 11 -- Land Grant #619 and #802, Cumberland County, NC
John Shuffle received 200 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining Carpenter. John Williamson and Owen Carpenter were chain carriers.

1771, Mar 3 -- Deed Book 4, Cumberland County, NC Page 306
Owen Carpenter and wife Catherin deeded John Sheffield a tract of land on Wolf Creek adjoining John Sheffield. William Garner and Thomas Rutherford were listed as witnesses.

1771, Apr 3 -- Deed Book 4, Cumberland County, NC Page 305
John Needham and wife Susannah deeded Henry Gaster 200 acres on North Fork of Bear Creek and Granville Line. Owen Carpenter and John Shiffield were listed as witnesses.

1772, Mar 10 -- Land Grant #1123, Cumberland County, NC
Adam Comer received 100 acres located on Williams Creek about 1 mile above Bear Creek. John Shuffield and Adam Comer were chain carriers.

1772, Mar 10 -- Land Grant #1167, Cumberland County, NC
John Shuffield received 100 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining his own line. William Shuffield and Henry Jackson were chain carriers.

1773, Oct 4 -- Land Grant #0107, Cumberland County, NC
John Hayes received 200 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining John Shuffle, Wm. Garner. William Sheffield and James Cotton were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Shufell listed $400 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Shuffle Senr. listed $800 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778, Nov 2 -- Land Grant #3511, Anson County, NC
Henry Smith received 400 acres located on Williams Creek adjoining John Sheffield. James Sanders and Charles Sowel were chain carriers.

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Shuffle listed $300 of taxable property in Captain Cox's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Shuffle listed $120 in Captain John Cox's District

1789, May 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 228
A deed from John Shuffield to Stephen Smith was proven by David Richardson

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 158
John Shuffil Sr.
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 1M
4F

1790, May 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 267
A deed from John Sheffield Senr. to John Sheffield Junr. is proven

1790, Aug 24 -- Land Grant #365, Moore County, NC
Nicholas Nall received 150 acres located north of Bear Creek adjoining John Shuffield Senr. John Shuffield and Adam Shuffield were chain carriers.

1791, Feb 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC
The following hands were ordered to work on the road from Deep River at County Line to the Black Ponds: John Morgan, Wm. Morgan [Capt.], Wm. Morgan, Junr., Wm. Smith, Averett Smith, John Cagle, Lewis Sowell, Geo. Brazell, Jos. Allen, Murdock McAulay, Anguish McAulay, Jacob Harvick, John Shuffle Senr., John Shuffle Junr., Thomas Dunn and Robert Cox.

1793, May 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 404
Ordered that a road be laid from the County line near Mr. Gardiners to the White Ponds and have the following hands to work: Lewis Gardener, David Kennedy, John Morgan, John Sheffield Jur., Jno. Sheffield Senr., William Morgan (Capt.), Peter Shamburger, William Williamson, William Smith Jur., Lewis Sowell, Everet Smith, Thos. Key, John Morgan and Danl. Manners.

1793, Sep 25 -- Land Grant #492, Moore County, NC
Isom Shuffield received a 100 acre land grant located on Rattlesnake Branch. Everet Shuffield and Isom Shuffield are listed as chain carrier and John Sheffield is listed as a neighbor.

1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records, Box 3
John Sheffield and John Shufel signed a petition to form Alfordstown as County Seat for Moore County, NC. [Editor's Note: the petition failed. In 1796 the NC General Assembly established Carthage as the county seat. In 1806, it was changed to Faginsville to honor Richardson Fagin. The name was changed back to Carthage in 1814]

1794, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 453
John Hair is appointed road overseer in place of John Sheffield

1794, Mar 18 -- Land Grant #1198, Moore County, NC
John Sheffield is listed as a neighbor on John Hare's 50 acre land grant located East of Wolf Creek.

1794, Mar 19 -- Land Grant #785, Moore County, NC
John Shuffield is listed as a chain carrier on Elijah Autery's 150 acre land grant located on Bear Creek.

1794, Dec 6 -- Will Book A, Moore County, NC Pages 186-187
Will of John Sheffield, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Hannah Sheffield [100 acre plantation where I now live], son Mark Sheffield, son John Sheffield, son Adam Sheffield [100 acres on Rattlesnake Branch], son Isham Sheffield [100 acres where he now lives], son Averit Sheffield [100 acre plantation where I now live after his mother's death], daughter Sarah Dennis, daughter Mary Dun, daughter Lucretia Dun, daughter Rebekah Awtry, daughter Hannah Mainyard, daughter Elizabeth Awtry and two youngest daughters Lydda and Milly Sheffield. Executors: wife Hannah Sheffield and Averet Smith. Witnesses: Averet Smith, Isam Sheffield and Windsor Pearce. Proven Feb 1796.

1795, Jan 2 -- Land Grant #0114, Moore County, NC
John Shuffield received 50 acres located on Beach Branch of Wolf Creek adjoining his own line and John Hare. John Hare and Peter Hare were chain carriers. [Editor?s Note: Never granted]

 
Sheffield, John Sr. (I12239)
 
123 1764, Nov 23 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
A road to be laid off from Williams' Mill to the Yadkin Road. Saml. Jackson appointed overseer and the following to meet James Cheney, Esq. at Jackson's house on the second Saturday in January to qualify: William Burt, Richd. Burton, Saml. Jackson, Andw. Bates, Henry Williams, John Henry, Natl. Ashley, Malcom Munroe, Wm. Berringtine, Saml. Williams, Joel McClendol and John Cox.

1770, Jul 24 -- Deed Book 3 Page 545, Cumberland County, NC
John Graham deeded John Cox 150 acres located on McLendons Creek. Patented to John Graham 1762. Duncan Mackie and Thomas Rutherford were witnesses.

1772, Apr 30 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 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.

1774, Dec 10 -- Land Grant #1607 and 1797, Cumberland County, NC
John Cox received 100 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining his own line. Nathl. Denis and John Cox were chain carriers.

1776, Aug 7 -- Deed Book 7 Page 91, Cumberland County, NC
Robert Cox deeded Donald Campbell 100 acres located on the drains of McLendons Creek adjoining Edward Cox. Patented to Cox 1774. James McDonald and John Cox were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Cox listed $603 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1777, Nov 1 -- 1777-1778 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
The following were appointed in Capt. John Cox's District: [Assessors] John Cox, Nichelas Newton and John Williamson [Justice] Wm. Seale Esq. [Constable] William Manus.

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Cox listed $2500 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779, Apr 29 -- 1779-1782 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Nicholas Newton, John Cox and John Williams[on], assessors in Capt. Cox's district be allowed $5 each.

1779, May 8 -- Deed Book 7 Page 11, Cumberland County, NC
James Gibson deeded Robert Cox 100 acres located on the Dry Fork of Tillis or Smith Creek on lower side of Cabin Creek. John Cox and Edward Cox were witnesses.

1779, Jul 29 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#375 John Cox entered 100 acres located on McLendons Creek including the improvement where William Smith lives.

1779, Jul 29 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#376 John Cox entered 100 acres located on Flag Creek including the improvement where Leonard Furr formerly lived.

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Cox listed $2250 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 350 acres valued at $450 in Captain Cox's District.

1782, Oct 20 -- Deed Book 7 Page 211, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Armstrong, Sheriff deeded John Cox Esq. 150 acres located on McLendons Creek below the mouth of Juniper Branch formerly the property of Obediah Sowell and sold to satisfy debts. J. Campbell and John Jackson were witnesses.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Cox listed $450 in Captain John Cox's District

1783, Nov 1 -- Land Grant #2063, Cumberland County, NC
John Cox received 100 acres located on Flag Creek including improvement where Leonard Furr formerly lived. Thomas Penn and Richard Crooper were chain carriers.

1783, Nov 29 -- Land Grant #2064, Cumberland County, NC
John Cox received 100 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining whereon William Smith now lives. Daniel McKinsey and Collin McClendon were chain carriers.

1784, Mar 25 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#123 John Cox entered 150 acres located on both sides of Mill Creek including Francis Fields' improvement.

1784, Mar 25 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#124 John Cox entered 100 acres located on both sides of Mill Creek including Wm. Morgan's improvement and mill.

1785, Feb 24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 28
Ordered that the following persons be appointed to lay out a road from the Montgomery County line at Burton's Ford on Drowning Creek to the Cross Creek Road to William Seals Esq.: Edwd. Cox, Robert Grimes, Thos. Grimes, Daniel McCloud, John Cox Esq., Richardson Feagen Esq., Jos. Fry, Solomon Cox, Peter Salter, Jesse Muse, Benjn. Fry, Daniel Jones, William Cox, William Barrett, Jason Wadsworth, John Jackson, David Lewis and James Hill.

1785, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 45
Ordered that John Cox be appointed tax collector in John Cox's District.

1786, Feb 15 -- Land Grant #24, Moore County, NC
John Cox received 150 acres located west of Mill Creek including his own improvement. Thos. Graham and John Morgan were chain carriers.

1786, Feb 15 -- Land Grant #125, Moore County, NC
John McKoy received 63 acres on the Waggon/Adkin Road adjoining the place and spring where Williams formerly kept store. John Cox and Thos. Graham were chain carriers.

1786, Mar 20 -- Land Grant #96, Moore County, NC
John Cox received 100 acres located on both sides of Mill Creek adjoining Morgan's improvement and mill. Thos. Graham and John Morgan were chain carriers.

1786, May 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 104
Ordered that justice John Cox be appointed to take the list of taxes in District 2

1787, Mar 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 138
John Cox Esq. appointed to take the number of inhabitants in District #2

1787, May 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 159-160
Ordered that Fox Farmer who was brought before the court under the charge of being one of the party under the command of David Fanning who burnt the houses of Edward Cox and John Cox and for the murder of William Jackson and Robert Law be committed to district goal [jail] of Wilmington and remain there until discharged. Brought into court on second examination and ordered released and acquitted.

1787, Aug 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 169
Ordered that the property of Eliz. Brannon now in the hands of Jason Wadsworth be delivered to John Cox and he keep her from being a county charge.

1788, Nov 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 212
Deed from John Cox to William Morgan was proven by John Jackson 
Cox, Captain John (I49301)
 
124 1764, Nov 6 -- Will Book C Page 48-49, Mecklenburg County, NC
Will of Robert Ewart, dec'd.
Heirs: youngest son Joseph Ewart, wife Catherine Ewart, eldest son Robert Ewart, and daughter Margaret Adams.
Executors: wife Catherine and son Joseph
Witnesses: Benjamin Brown, Daniel Davis and John Davis 
Ewart, Robert (I04646)
 
125 1764, Sep 24 -- Land Grant #513 and #694, Cumberland County, NC
John Dunn received 150 acres located on Richland Creek 2 miles above Benjamin Dunn. Jonathan Richeson and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: John Walsh deeded to John Overton 1769 --> Alexr. Morrison 1773]

1764, Sep 24 -- Land Grant #517 and #698, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Dunn received 50 acres located on Richland Creek and the Waggon Road adjoining his own line (formerly Jonathan Evans). John Dunn and Jonathan Richeson were chain carriers.

1765, Aug 3 -- Land Grant #561 and #742, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Dunn received 50 acres located northeast of Richland Creek adjoining his own line and Farquard Campbell. John Dunn and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Benjamin and wife Sarah Dunn deeded to John Stevens 1768]

1765, Aug 5 -- Land Grant #1429, Cumberland County, NC
Jesse Pearce received 50 acres located on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn. John Keadle and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Michael Hunsucker 1770 --> John Brownlow 1772]

1765, Aug 9 -- Land Grant #0465, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Upton received 100 acres located on Locust Branch of Richland Creek. James Smith and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1764, Mar 24 -- Deed Book 2 Page 352, Cumberland County, NC
Jonathan Evans deeded Joseph Dunn 100 acres located on Richland Creek. William Maultsby and Theophilus Evans were witnesses.

1764, Sep 24 -- Land Grant #513 and #694, Cumberland County, NC
John Dunn received 150 acres located on Richland Creek 2 miles above Benjamin Dunn. Jonathan Richeson and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: John Walsh deeded to John Overton 1769 --> Alexr. Morrison 1773]

1764, Sep 24 -- Land Grant #517 and #698, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Dunn received 50 acres located on Richland Creek and the Waggon Road adjoining his own line (formerly Jonathan Evans). John Dunn and Jonathan Richeson were chain carriers.

1765, Aug 3 -- Land Grant #561 and #742, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Dunn received 50 acres located northeast of Richland Creek adjoining his own line and Farquard Campbell. John Dunn and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Benjamin and wife Sarah Dunn deeded to John Stevens 1768]

1765, Aug 5 -- Land Grant #1429, Cumberland County, NC
Jesse Pearce received 50 acres located on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn. John Keadle and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Michael Hunsucker 1770 --> John Brownlow 1772]

1765, Aug 9 -- Land Grant #0465, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Upton received 100 acres located on Locust Branch of Richland Creek. James Smith and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1766, Apr 12 -- Land Grant #1431, Cumberland County, NC
John Madlin received 100 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn, Wier and Henry Atkinson. John Dunn and John Keadle were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Joseph Dunn 1769]

1766, Apr 12 -- Land Grant #1456, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Dunn received 50 acres located on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek adjoining Jesse Pearce. John Dunn and Jno. Keadle were chain carriers.

1766, Sep 26 -- Land Grant #597 and #778, Cumberland County, NC
Jonathan Evans received 100 acres located on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek adjoining Pearce and Joseph Dunn. [Editor's Note: deeded to George Evans 1768 --> Theophilis Evans deeded to Donald McRae 1784]

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Dunn 1 white poll and 3 black polls

1767, Apr 4 -- Cane Creek Meeting Minutes, Alamance County, NC
Ruth Dunn produced a certificate for herself and two daughters, Sarah and Ann, from Dunn's Creek monthly meeting and was accepted.

1767, Apr 11 -- Cane Creek Meeting Minutes, Alamance County, NC
James Barnes of Cumberland County and Sarah Dunn of Cumberland County were married at the Barnes Meeting House on Deep River in Cumberland County. Jeremiah Barnes, Jonathan Barnes, Thomas Smith, Mary Barnes, Richard Dunn, Joseph Dunn, Ruth Dunn, John Jones, Cornelius Tison, Jane Tison, Abigail Pike and Eve Crafford were present and served as witnesses.

1768, Sep 24 -- Land Grant #920, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Dunn received 100 acres located on McCallums Branch of McLendons Creek adjoining his own line and Jesse Pearce. Joseph Dunn and Joseph Cheston were chain carriers.

1769, Mar 20 -- Deed Book 3 Page 403, Cumberland County, NC
John Medlin deeded Joseph Dunn 100 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn, Weir and Henry Atkinson. James Muse and Benjamin Atkinson were witnesses.

1770, Feb 1 -- Deed Book 4 Page 13, Cumberland County, NC
Jesse Pearse deeded Michael Hunsucker 50 acres located on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn. James Muse and Thomas Seale were witnesses.

1770, Aug 18 -- Will, Cumberland County, NC
Will of James Barnes, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Sarah [lower half of land and negro Will], daughter Elizabeth, cousin Joshua Barnes, cousin James Barnes, cousin Abigal Barnes, cousin and brother to Abigal Jeremiah Barnes. Executors: wife Sarah, her father Joseph Done [Dunn] and Cornelius Tison. Witnesses: Michael Russell, Gabriel Harden and James Russell. Proven Oct 1770.

1771, Jan-Jan 1772 -- Estate, Cumberland County, NC
Inventory of Estate of James Barnes, Dec'd. by Executor Joseph Dunn. Benjamin Oens indebted to estate.

1772, Jan 31 -- 1771-1776 County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
Inventory of the estate of James Barns, Dec'd. given into court by Joseph Dunn.

1772, Apr 7 -- Land Grant #1102, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Atkinson received 100 acres located on the drains of Richland Creek between Locust Branch and McCallums Branch. James Smith and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Richard Lyon and Co. 1772]

1772, Jul 11 -- Deed Book 5 Page 71, Cumberland County, NC
Michael Hunsucker deeded John Brownlow 50 acres located on McCollums Fork of Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn. James Muse and Connor Dowd were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Dunn listed $1100 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1777, Nov 1 -- Cane Creek Meeting Minutes, Alamance County, NC
William Dunn, son of Joseph Dunn, complained of in Sep for being guilty of appearing in a warlike manner and marrying outside of unity and after the usual labor extended, this meeting now disowns him.

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Dunn listed $6000 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1787, Mar 16 -- Land Grant #264, Moore County, NC
Joseph Geson received 100 acres located on the fork of Lick Creek adjoining his own line including where Geson now lives. Gabriel Hardin and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers.

1787, Mar 16 -- Land Grant #284, Moore County, NC
Joseph Geason received 100 acres located on Morter Glade. Gabriel Harden and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers.

1788, Mar 20 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#131 Joseph Dunn Sr. entered 100 acres adjoining White Lick Quarry.

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 203
Ordered that a road be laid from near Saml. Person's to the courthouse in Carthage and the following hands to work: William Davis, Benj. Shields, Jas. Collins, Lenear Brewer, John Hargrove, James Brady, Henry Person, Saml. Person, John Blanchett, Joseph McGee, Joseph Duckworth, William Harden, Benj. Cooper, William Handcock, Saml. Dun, Joseph Dun, Jesse Muse, Saml. Perry, Peter Graves, Drury Richardson and William Richardson.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 160
Joseph Dun Sr.
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 1M
1F
6 Slaves

1791, Jan 25-- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#328 Joseph Dunn Sr. entered 100 acres on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek including Thomas Atkinson's improvement.

1791, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 313
Deed from Joseph and Ruth Dunn to Benj. Lamb was acknowledged

1791, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 315
Ordered that the road from Widow Muses to the Chatham County line at Saml. Persons be revived and turned across Deep River at the Island Ford. Joseph Duckworth appointed overseer and have the following hands to work: Joseph Dunn Junr., Francis Myrick, Joseph McGee, William Teague, Robt. Davis, Robt. Cheek, James Collins, Joseph McGee Jr., Wm. Harden, Gabriel Harden, Benjn. Cooper, Saml. Perry, Richd. Upton, Joseph Dunn Sr. and Henry Powers.

1792, Jul 17 -- Land Grant #455, Moore County, NC
Joseph Dunn Senr. received 100 acres located on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek including Thomas Atkinson's improvement. Joseph Dunn and John Atkinson were chain carriers.

1792, Jul 17 -- Land Grant #469, Moore County, NC
Joseph Dunn Senr. received 10 acres including the White Luck Quarry. Joseph Dunn Junr. and John Atkinson were chain carriers.

1793, Jan 15 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#568 Joseph Dunn entered 150 acres on both sides of Richland Creek adjoining his own line.

1794, Nov 27 -- Land Grant #1168, Moore County, NC
Joseph Dunn received 150 acres located on both sides of Richland Creek adjoining his own line and Campbell. Thomas Muse and Kindred Muse were chain carriers.

1795, Jan 2 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#1366 Joseph Dunn entered 50 acres on Mill Creek adjoining his own line.

1795, Nov 17-18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 540-541
The last will and testament of Joseph Dunn was duly proven by Jesse Muse and Jesse Upton and Saml. Dunn qualified as his executor. [Editor's Note: it is unclear if this refers to Joseph Sr. or Joseph Jr. as both died between 1790-1800]

1798, Jul 22 -- Land Grant #1442, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Dunn [assignee and heir of Joseph Dunn, Dec'd.] received 50 acres located north of Mill Creek on Little Branch adjoining Joseph Dunn. Ceaser Dunn and Richd. Upton were chain carriers.

1799, Aug 31 -- Will Book A Page 203, Moore County, NC
Will of Ruth Dunn, Dec'd. Heirs: daughter Sarah Pendleton, son William Dunn, heirs of son Joseph Dunn, daughter Nancy McDonald, daughter Mary Lamb, daughter Elizabeth Rubotom, daughter Hannah Adkinson and son John Dunn [negro man Cezar and negro women Tier]. Executor: son John Dunn. Witnesses: Thos. Reynolds, Edward Upton. Proven Nov 1799. 
Dunn, Joseph (I16842)
 
126 1764, Sep 24 -- Land Grant #513 and #694, Cumberland County, NC
John Dunn received 150 acres located on Richland Creek 2 miles above Benjamin Dunn. Jonathan Richeson and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: John Walsh deeded to John Overton 1769 --> Alexr. Morrison 1773]

1765, Aug 3 -- Land Grant #561 and #742, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Dunn received 50 acres located northeast of Richland Creek adjoining his own line and Farquard Campbell. John Dunn and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Benjamin and wife Sarah Dunn deeded to John Stevens 1768]

1765, Oct 30 -- Land Grant #575 and 756, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob McClendel received 100 acres located on both sides of Richland Creek adjoining Benjamin Dunn. [Editor's Note: deeded to William Cain 1766]

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Benjn. Dunn 1 white poll

1768, Oct 14 -- Deed Book 3 Page 275, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin and wife Sarah Dunn deeded John Stevens 50 acres located on Richland Creek. John Elwell and Richard Elwell were witnesses.
 
Dunn, Benjamin (I40053)
 
127 1765, Apr 14 -- Land Grant #0424, Cumberland County, NC
John Smith Maness received 100 acres located on Bear Creek. Eleonar Bell Maness and George Bell Maness were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted].

1766, Apr 10 -- Land Grant #1460, Cumberland County, NC
William Maness received 200 acres located on Bear Creek below the Waggon Road. John Smith Maness and Eleanor Bell Maness were chain carriers.

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Manus listed $100 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Manis listed $25 in Captain John Cox's District
 
Maness, John Smith (I49304)
 
128 1765, Aug 3 -- Land Grant #561 and #742, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Dunn received 50 acres located northeast of Richland Creek adjoining his own line and Farquard Campbell. John Dunn and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Benjamin and wife Sarah Dunn deeded to John Stevens 1768]

1798, Aug 11-Nov 3 -- Cane Creek Meeting [Quaker] Minutes Vol. II Page 31, Alamance County, NC
Complaint against Ruth Dunn and her son John Dunn for purchasing and holding Negroes.

1799, Jan 22 -- Land Grant #0177, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Dunn [assignee of Kenneth McIver and Jason Wadsworth] received 50 acres located west of Richland Creek adjoining John Medlin, where Ruth Dunn now lives and Nancy Dunn. Jno. McIver and Jno. Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1799, Jul 2 -- Land Grant #1582, Moore County, NC
John Ritter [assignee of John Dunn] received 100 acres adjoining Isaac Pennington, his own line and Robert Davis. Nearer Brewer and Michjah Brewer were chain carriers. 
Dunn, John (I16848)
 
129 1765, Aug 6 -- Land Grant #1449, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Atkinson received 100 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Aaron Burleson, his own line and John Wier. Richard Upton and Thos. Atkinson were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Benjamin Atkinson 1769 --> Joseph Cheston 1770 --> Kenneth Campbell to Alexr. MacLeod 1774]

1766, Apr 12 -- Land Grant #1431, Cumberland County, NC
John Madlin received 100 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn, Wier and Henry Atkinson. John Dunn and John Keadle were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Joseph Dunn 1769]

1766, Sep 26 -- Land Grant #785, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Atkinson received 189 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining James Mainyard and his own line.

1766, Sep 26 -- Land Grant #786, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Atkinson received 75 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Jonathan Evans and James Mainyard. [Editor's Note: deeded to Joseph Kerr 1770 --> Alexander McRae 1775]

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Atkinson listed 2 white polls

1769, Mar 20 -- Deed Book 3 Page 403, Cumberland County, NC
John Medlin deeded Joseph Dunn 100 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn, Weir and Henry Atkinson. James Muse and Benjamin Atkinson were witnesses.

1769, Dec 22 -- Deed Book 4 Page 16, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Atkinson deeded Benjamin Atkinson 100 acres located on Richland Creek and Weirs Branch adjoining Aaron Burleson. James Muse and Joseph Cheasten were witnesses.

1770, Mar 29 -- Deed Book 4 Page 11, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Atkinson deeded Joseph Kerr (of Orange County) 75 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Jonathan Evans and Minyard. James Muse and Benjamin Atkinson were witnesses.



 
Atkinson, Henry (I49337)
 
130 1765, Aug 6 -- Land Grant #1449, Cumberland County, NC
Henry Atkinson received 100 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Aaron Burleson, his own line and John Wier. Richard Upton and Thos. Atkinson were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Benjamin Atkinson 1769 --> Joseph Cheston 1770 --> Kenneth Campbell to Alexr. MacLeod 1774]

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Thos. Atkinson listed $100 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Atkinson listed $400 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 159
Thomas Atkinson
(16+) 1M

1791, Jan 25-- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#328 Joseph Dunn Sr. entered 100 acres on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek including Thomas Atkinson's improvement.

1792, Jul 17 -- Land Grant #455, Moore County, NC
Joseph Dunn Senr. received 100 acres located on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek including Thomas Atkinson's improvement. Joseph Dunn and John Atkinson were chain carriers.
 
Atkinson, Thomas (I49357)
 
131 1765, Aug 9 -- Land Grant #0465, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Upton received 100 acres located on Locust Branch of Richland Creek. James Smith and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted].

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Richd. Upton listed 1 white poll

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Upton listed $100 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Upton listed $400 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District 
Upton, Richard (I49305)
 
132 1765, Feb 24 -- Deed Book 2 Page 522, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Worrill deeded Patience Barret 160 acres located on both sides of Buck Creek adjoining Horser, Thomas Matthews and Richard Worrill. Jacob McClendon, Saml. Williams and Joel McClendon were witnesses

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Pashons Baront listed $176 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Patience Barrot listed $200 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Patience Barret listed $844 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779, Oct 26-- Deed Book 7 Page 93, Cumberland County, NC
Joel McClenden (of Montgomery County) deeded William Barrett 100 acres located on McLendons Creek. Patented to Joel McClenden Sr. 1758 and sold to Joel McClenden 1775. Solomon Barrott and Patience Barrett were witnesses.

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Patience Barrett listed $440 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 160 acres valued at $270 in Captain Cox's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Patience Barrett listed $70 in Captain John Cox's District

1784, Feb 9 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#77 Robert Graham entered 100 acres located east of McLendons Creek adjoining Patience Barrett.

1784, Jul 26 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#226 Solomon Barrett entered 100 acres located on both sides of Camp Branch adjoining Widow McLeod and Patience Barrett.

1784, Oct 26 -- Land Grant #78, Moore County, NC
Robert Grimes received 100 acres located east of McLendons Creek adjoining his own line and Patience Barrett. Thomas Grimes and Angus Campbell were chain carriers.

1784, Dec 7 -- Land Grant #51, Moore County, NC
Solomon Barrett received 100 acres located on both sides of the Camp Branch adjoining Widow McLeod, Patience Barret and McNeill. John Sowell and Thos. Graham were chain carriers.

1785, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 18
A deed from Joel McClendon to Wm. Barrett was proven by Patience Barrett

1788, Mar 20 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#130 Solomon Barrett entered 15 acres on both sides of McLendons Creek adjoining Patience Barrett, McLeod and Robert Graham and including his own improvement.

1788, Sep 10 -- Land Grant #244, Moore County, NC
Solomon Barrett received 15 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Robert Graham, Patience Barrett and including his own improvement. Elijah Been and Richard Been were chain carriers.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 160
Patience Barret
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4F

1792, Nov 20 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#516 Patience Barrett entered 50 acres on East Fork of Dry Creek of McLendons Creek adjoining William Barrett (now John McLeod).

1792, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 371
Bill of Sale from Solomon Barrett to Patience Barrett was proven by William Martin

1793, Mar 13 -- Land Grant #941, Moore County, NC
Patience Barrett received 50 acres located on east prong of McLendons Creek adjoining John McLeod and William Barrett. Murdoch Martin and John McLeod were chain carriers.

1798, Nov 29 -- Land Grant #1067, Moore County, NC
Thomas Graham received 100 acres located south of McLendons Creek adjoining Robert Graham Senr., Patience Barrett, John McNeill, Michel Briant and Solomon Barret's hogpen. Duncan McNeill and Hector McNeill were chain carriers.

 
Patience (I35824)
 
133 1765, Feb 8 -- Deed Book 2 Page 613, Cumberland County, NC
George Blair and John Johnston (of Edenton) deeded Elisha Hunter 122 acres located on Deep River adjoining Ainsworth being part of the Governor Gabriel Johnston four grants bequeathed to Samuel Johnston and John Johnston who sold his share to George Blair. Conner Dowd and John Hunnicut were witnesses.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunnicutt listed 1 white poll

1769, Jul 22 -- Deed Book 3 Page 409, Cumberland County, NC
John Overton deeded Elijah Bettis 250 acres located on McLendons Creek. Patented to Hartwell Hunnicutt 1765 and sold to Overton 1766. William Seale and John Hunnicutt were witnesses.

1769, Jul 24 -- Deed Book 3 Page 411, Cumberland County, NC
John Overton deeded Elijah Bettis 200 acres located on McLendons Creek. Patented to Moses Tomlin and sold to Overton 1758. William Seale and John Hunnicutt were witnesses.

1769, Jul 24 -- Deed Book 3 Page 426, Cumberland County, NC
Conner Dowd deeded John Hunnicutt 128 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Governor Johnston and John Overton. John Johnston and George Blair claim an older title to land and dispute the sale. James Russell and Benjamin Shield were witnesses.

1770, May 14 -- Deed Book 5 Page 44, Cumberland County, NC
Sterlin and Amy Carrel deeded James Russel 300 acres located west of Deep River on Governors Creek part of land bought from George Blair and John Johnston. John Carrel, John Hunnicutt and Randalph Hunnicutt were witnesses.

1770, Aug 8 -- Deed Book 4 Page 301, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunnicut deeded Conner Dowd 128 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Governor Johnston and John Overton. Reuben Shields and Randolph Hunnicut were witnesses.

1770, Nov 1 -- Deed Book 4 Page 294, Cumberland County, NC
Starling Carrel deeded Hartwell Hunnicut 200 acres located on upper prong of Governor's Creek. John Overton, John Hunnicut and Randh. Hunnicut and Randolph Hunnicut were witnesses.

1772, Oct -- Estate, Cumberland County, NC
Inventory of the estate of John Hancock Dec'd. by Administrator Conner Dowd. Notes held on the following: Moses Bland, John Hunnicutt Senr., John Hunnicutt Jun., James Russell, Jacob Rogers, Joshua Hancock, Willm. Hancock and Rich. Lyon & Co.

1775, Apr 3 -- Deed Book 6 Page 455, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunicutt deeded John Hardin 100 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Joel McLendon or Gabriel Hardin and Joseph Duckworth Jr. Randh. Hunnicutt and William Harden were witnesses.

1778, Mar 17 -- Deed Book 6 Page 480, Cumberland County, NC
John Harden deeded Philip Alston two tracts [1] 80 acres located below Rocky Ford adjoining John Harden and John Hunicutt [2] 195 acres located south of Deep River. Jno. Gordon, John Hunnicutt and Daniel Gould were witnesses.

1780, Jan 1 -- Deed Book 7 Page 47, Cumberland County, NC
John Hancock deeded Willis Dickenson 100 acres located South of Deep River at the mouth of Big Branch adjoining Willis Dickenson and his own line. Part of 300 acre patent to Thomas Armstrong, Dec'd. and sold to Conner Dowd who sold to Hancock. Conner Dowd, Reuben Shields, John Hunnicut and Randh. Hunnicut were witnesses.

1781, Jan 27 -- Deed Book 7 Page 101, Cumberland County, NC
Hugh Gilmore deeded John Hunnicutt 2 tracts located on Crains Creek: [1] 100 acres where Gilmore lives [2] 100 acres adjoining Gilmore. James Gilmore and Thos. Agerton were witnesses.

1781, Mar 10 -- Deed Book 7 Page 101, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunnicutt deeded Kinchen Kitchen 2 tracts located on Crains Creek: [1] 100 acres where Hugh Gilmore lived [2] 100 acres adjoining Gilmore. Wm. Seals, Mathis Davis and Ralph Davis were witnesses. 
Hunnicutt, John (I49466)
 
134 1765, May 11 -- Deed Book 2 Page 521, Cumberland County, NC
John Smith (Sandhill) and Sarah Smith deeded Richard Tullos 200 acres and a mill located on a branch of the Deep River on the Yadkin Road. James Cheney, David Baldwin and James Muse were witnesses.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Tillis listed 1 white poll

1771, Mar 21 -- Will, Cumberland County, NC
Will of Richard Tullos Dec'd. Heirs: wife Elizabeth, youngest sons Temple and Willoughby, daughter Sarah and son-in-law James Morgan, son John, son Tapley, daughter Elizabeth Bunell, Jane Gwyn and son Richard Tullos. Executors: John Lawrence and son John Tullos. Witnesses: James Sanders, Joseph Buchanan and William Morris Junr. Proven Oct 1771.
 
Tillis / Tullos, Richard (I49303)
 
135 1765, May 14 -- Deed, Orange County, NC
William Searcey deeded Mary Pierce 100 acres proven by Enoch Spinks.

1775, Feb 14 -- Deed Book 1, Page 336, Guilford County, NC
Windsor Pearce and wife Mary deeded Ransom Southerland 100 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Pearces Creek and Read's Island. Granted to William Searcy 1761 and deeded to Mary Pearce. John Lawrence and Jacob Shepherd were witnesses.

1775, Feb 14 -- Deed Book 1, Page 338, Guilford County, NC
William Searcy Senr. deeded Ransom Southerland 37.25 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Mary Pearce and Read's Island. Granted to William Searcy 1761 and deeded to Mary Pearce. John Larrance and Jacob Shepherd were witnesses.

1776, Feb 4 -- Will, Guilford County NC
Will of William Searcey, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Kezia; son William Searcy; daughters Keron Searcy [tract of land called Morgan's Neck] and Mary Pearce; granddaughter Mary Pearce. Witnesses: Arthur Smith, James Whittel and Adam Marmosh. Proven May 1776.

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.
 
Searcy, Mary (I03251)
 
136 1766, Apr 17 -- Land Grant #771, Cumberland County, NC
Lewis Sowell received 100 acres located between Dry and Horse Creek. Robt. Edwards and Saml. Sewell were chain carriers.

1774, Jan 13 -- Land Grant #1359, Cumberland County, NC
James Stevens received 100 acres located on Horse Creek adjoining Lewis Sowell. Jesse Ritter and Robert Edwards were chain carriers.

1780, Feb 10 -- Deed Book 7 Page 299, Cumberland County, NC
Elizabeth Tillis, Temple Tillis and Willoby Tillis deeded Isaac Sanders 200 acres and a grist mill on a branch of the Deep River on the Yadkin Road. Patented by John Smith 1758. Lewis Sowell Sr., Shadrick Sowell and Lewis Sowell Jr. were witnesses.

1786, May 15 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 95
Ordered that Lewis Sowell have leave to build a grist mill on the waters of Bear Creek formerly called Tillis' Mill on the old Askin [Yadkin?] Road near the fork.

1786, Aug 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 113
Deed from Isaac Saunders to Lewis Sowell was proven by William Dunn

1787, Jul 31 -- Land Grant #240, Moore County, NC
Nicholas Newton received 50 acres located on Sings Creek adjoining his own line and Morison. Lewis Sowell and Allen Morison were chain carriers.

1787, Jul 31 -- Land Grant #289, Moore County, NC
Donald McLeod received 60 acres located on Mill Creek adjoining Archibald McKay and Lewis Sowell on the old Atkin [Yadkin] Road/near the Waggon Road. Murdock McAulay and Angus McAulay were chain carriers.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 162
Lewis Sewell Sr.
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 1M
3F

1791, Feb 22-23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 300-302
Deed from Lewis Sowell to Nicholas Newton was proven by Bartholomew Dunn

1791, Feb 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC
The following hands were ordered to work on the road from Deep River at County Line to the Black Ponds: John Morgan, Wm. Morgan [Capt.], Wm. Morgan, Junr., Wm. Smith, Averett Smith, John Cagle, Lewis Sowell, Geo. Brazell, Jos. Allen, Murdock McAulay, Anguish McAulay, Jacob Harvick, John Shuffle Senr., John Shuffle Junr., Thomas Dunn and Robert Cox.

1793, May 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 404
Ordered that a road be laid from the County line near Mr. Gardiners to the White Ponds and have the following hands to work: Lewis Gardener, David Kennedy, John Morgan, John Sheffield Jur., Jno. Sheffield Senr., William Morgan (Capt.), Peter Shamburger, William Williamson, William Smith Jur., Lewis Sowell, Everet Smith, Thos. Key, John Morgan and Danl. Manners.

1793, Aug 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 414
Ordered that the following hands work on the road from the County line near John Garner to the Black Ponds: John Sheffield Jur., Lewis Sowell, Joseph Allen, William Smith Jur., William Newton, John Hair, Thomas Keys, Wm. Williamson, Danl. Mainus, David Kennedy, Wm. Morgan Jur., Wm. Morgan (Capt), Geo. Cagle (son of John) and William Mainus.

1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records, Box 3
Lewis Sowel Snr. signed a petition to form Alfordstown as County Seat for Moore County, NC. [Editor's Note: the petition failed. In 1796 the NC General Assembly established Carthage as the county seat. In 1806, it was changed to Faginsville to honor Richardson Fagin. The name was changed back to Carthage in 1814]

1795, May 21 -- 1785-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 523
Ordered that the following persons be appointed to determine whether the road from Instant Hall's plantation to the [Montgomery] County Line shall go by Thomas Dunn's or Lewis Sowell's: Darius Ramage, Norman McKennon, Murdo McAulay, Enoch Hall, Norman McLeod, Saml. Hall, Murdo. McAulay Jr., Joseph Allen, William Smith Jr., John McKinnon, Christopher Bethune, John Spivia, Hezekiah Dunn, Richard Dunn, Alexander Morrison and William Morgan.

1795, May 21 -- 1785-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 523
Ordered that Thomas Dunn be appointed overseer of the road [above] and that the following hands to work: William Smith Jr., Lewis Sowell, John Allen, Donald McLeod, Christopher Bethune, Norman McLeod, Instant Hall, Enoch Hall, Murdo. McAulay Sen., Hezekiah Dunn, Norman McKinnon and Neil McLeod.

1797, Mar 11 -- Land Grant #1468 and #0230, Moore County, NC
Lewis Sowell [assignee of John McAulay] received 30 acres located west of Sings Creek adjoining Christopher Bethune, John McAulay, his own line and Norman McLeod. Murdock McAulay Junr. and Christopher Bethune were chain carriers.

1797, Dec 2 -- Land Grant #1235, Moore County, NC
Lewis Sowell received 50 acres located east of Mill Creek adjoining Christopher Bethune and his own line. Hezekiah Dunn and Murdock McAulay were chain carriers.

1798, May 5 -- Land Grant #1522, Moore County, NC
Lewis Sowell received 20 acres located east of Mill Creek adjoining his own line and Donald McLeod. Donald McLeod and Lewis Sowell were chain carriers. 
Sowell, Lewis (I49307)
 
137 1766, Apr 17 -- Land Grant #771, Cumberland County, NC
Lewis Sowell received 100 acres located between Dry and Horse Creek. Robt. Edwards and Saml. Sewell were chain carriers. 
Seawell, Samuel (I49308)
 
138 1766, Aug 17 -- Deed Book 3 Page 35, Cumberland County, NC
Andrew and Mary Killet deeded Frances Stripling 200 acres located west of Deep River and drains of McLendons Creek. William Boyuss, Walter Kickson and William Killet were witnesses.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Frances Stribling listed 1 white poll

1767, Oct 17 -- Deed Book 3 Page 146, Cumberland County, NC
James Muse deeded William Mears 100 acres located on a branch of McLendons Creek adjoining Francis Striplin and John Mairs including George Feagan's plantation at ford of Anderson?s old path. George Feagan, Henry Dean and Thomas Rutherford were witnesses.

1769, Mar 7 -- Land Grant #1004, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Stribling received 300 acres located on drains of Killetts Creek adjoining Andrew Killett. Thomas Seale and George Feagin Junr. were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to James McDonald 1775 --> James Fry 1783]

1769, Nov 7 -- Land Grant #0444, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Seale received 150 acres located on upper side of Buck Creek adjoining Ferquhard Campbell. Francis Stribling and James Muse were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1769, Nov 7 -- Land Grant #1000, Cumberland County, NC
Elijah Bettis received 200 acres located opposite of the mouth of Lick Branch on McLendons Creek adjoining James Muse. Francis Stribling and James Muse were chain carriers.

1772, Jan -- Deed Book 4 Page 432, Cumberland County, NC
William Mears deeded James Muse 100 acres located on McLendons Creek including William Mears' plantation adjoining Francis Stribling at the ford of Anderson's path, John Weir and John Weaver. Patent to James Muse 1756. Thomas Rutherford and William Seale were witnesses.

1772, Jan 28 -- Deed Book 6 Page 334, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Stribling deeded Daniel McDonald 200 acres located on McLendons Creek. Patented to Thomas Mathews Sr. 1757 and sold to his son Thomas Mathews Jr. and sold to Josiah Williamson who sold to Thomas Elit. Josiah Williamson and John Kenney were witnesses.

1772, Jan 30 -- Deed Book 6 Page 256, Cumberland County, NC
William Mears deeded Donald McDonald 15 acres located south Springs Branch of McLendons Creek adjoining Stribling, part of the plantation where William Mears now lives, patented to Andrew Killet 1759. James Muse and Jacob MacClendon were witnesses.

1772, Jan 30 -- Deed Book 6 Page 257, Cumberland County, NC
James Muse deeded Donald McDonald 100 acres located on Quarry Branch, Killets Creek and Striblings Creek adjoining Stribling. Elisha Hunter and John Walsh were witnesses.

1773, Nov 22 -- Land Grant #1352, Cumberland County, NC
Aaron Phagan received 100 acres located on both sides of Killets Creek adjoining Stribling, Richardson Phagan and Killett. Francis Stribling and Arthur Davis were chain carriers.

1773, Nov 22 -- Land Grant #1408, Cumberland County, NC
Anthony Seale received 150 acres located on both sides of Mill Swamp of McClendons Creek adjoining his own line. Francis Stribling and Arthur Davis were chain carriers.

1773, Nov 22 -- Land Grant #1409, Cumberland County, NC
Anthony Seale received 200 acres located on north fork of Mill Swamp of McClendons Creek adjoining his own line. Francis Stribling and Arthur Davis were chain carriers.

1773, Nov 22 -- Land Grant #1716, Cumberland County, NC
Richardson Phagan received 100 acres located on both sides of Killets Creek adjoining Aaron Phagan and Stribling. Francis Stribling and Arthur Davis were chain carriers.

1774, Jul 14 -- Deed Book 6 Page 270, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale deeded Christian Jackson 50 acres located on Juniper Creek. Frans. Stribling, William Jackson and Archibald McDonald were witnesses.

1774, Jul 14 -- Deed Book 6 Page 271, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale deeded Christian Jackson 250 acres located on Juniper Creek. Frans. Stribling, William Jackson and Archibald McDonald were witnesses.

1775, Mar 22 -- Deed Book 6 Page 341, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Stribling deeded James McDonald two tracts [1] 200 acres located on drains of McLendons Creek [2] 300 acres located on Killets Creek adjoining first tract and Andrew Killet. Wm. Seale and Thos. Mathews were witnesses.

 
Stribling, Francis (I39737)
 
139 1766, Aug 19 -- Deed Book 3 Page 27, Cumberland County, NC
Charles Seale deeded James Muse 150 acres located on both sides of McLendons Creek. Richard Grove and William Seale were witnesses.

1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Seal listed 2 white polls

1767, May 2 -- Deed Book 3 Page 116, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Minard and wife Mary deeded Joseph Carr 200 acres located west of Richland Creek. William Seale and James Muse were witnesses.

1767, Jul 3 -- Deed Book 3 Page 131, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas McClendon deeded James Caddell 150 acres located on both sides of McLendons Creek. Witnesses were William Seale, George Feagin Sr. and Edward Feagin.

1767, Aug 13 -- Land Grant #1513, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob McClendon received 150 acres located below the mouth of Juniper Branch of McLendons Creek. Jacob McClendon and William Seale were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Obediah Sowell 1772 --> Thomas Armstrong, Sheriff deeded to John Cox 1782]

1768, Sep 27 -- Land Grant #862, Cumberland County, NC
Robert Edwards received 250 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Thomas McClendon and James Muse. William Seale and George Feagin Senr. were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Moses Edwards (of Cumberland County) deeded to Asa Sowell 1806]

1769, May 4 -- Land Grant #886, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale received 250 acres located on Juniper Branch. [Editor's Note: deeded to Christian Jackson 1774].

1769, Jul 24 -- Deed Book 3 Page 411, Cumberland County, NC
John Overton deeded Elijah Bettis 200 acres located on McLendons Creek. Patented to Moses Tomlin and sold to Overton 1758. William Seale and John Hunnicutt were witnesses.

1769, Jul 24 -- Deed Book 3 Page 411, Cumberland County, NC
John Overton deeded Elijah Bettis 200 acres located on McLendons Creek. Patented to Moses Tomlin and sold to Overton 1758. William Seale and John Hunnicutt were witnesses.

1769, Nov 16 -- Land Grant #996, Cumberland County, NC
Anthony Seale Junr. [son of Anthony Seale] received 200 acres located on Cox's Mill Creek of McLendons Creek 3/4 mile above the mouth. William Seale and Robert Edwards were chain carriers.

1770, Jul 4 -- Land Grant #1058, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale received 50 acres located on Juniper of McLendons Creek. George Feagin Senr. and George Whitley were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Christian Jackson 1774]

1770, Jul 4 -- Land Grant #1057, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale received 150 acres located on Dunhams Creek. William Seale and Robt. Edwards were chain carriers.

1770, Jul 5 -- Land Grant #1059, Cumberland County, NC
Anthony Seale Junr. [son of Anthony Seale] received 100 acres located west of Governors Creek adjoining Sterlin Carroll. William Seale and Robt. Edwards were chain carriers.

1770, Aug 4 -- Deed Book 4 Page 128, Cumberland County, NC
Nicholas Smith and Sarah Smith deeded 100 acres to Josiah Williamson located on both sides of the south Fork of Crains Creek. William Seale, George Feagin and William Manes were witnesses.

1772, Jan -- Deed Book 4 Page 432, Cumberland County, NC
William Mears deeded James Muse 100 acres located on McLendons Creek including William Mears' plantation adjoining Francis Stribling at the ford of Anderson's path, John Weir and John Weaver. Patent to James Muse 1756. Thomas Rutherford and William Seale were witnesses.

1772, May 16 -- Civil Actions, Cumberland County, NC
Phillip Alston claimed that James Collins has taken up a stray mare owned by Alston. Elisha Hunter summons Alston and Collins to appear. Conner Dowd is security for Collins. Wm. Seale, James Muse, William Harden, John May, Josep Furr, Charles Shearin, Clem Hancock, Willis Dickerson, John Carrell, Starlin Carrell, James Phillips, James Russell and Phillip Colling are also listed. Unclear if they were witnesses, jury or other.

1772, Oct 29 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
The road from Caster's to Wm. Seals', whereof Henry Caster was overseer, to be discontinued.

1772, Oct 29 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Seal granted a tavern license with security James Muse.

1773, Apr 27 -- Deed Book 6 Page 262, Cumberland County, NC
Laurence Strother Jr. (of Chatham County, NC) deeded William Seal 80 acres located on Dunhams Creek. Settled by Saml. Lorimer and purchased from Aaron Burleson; patented by Joseph Dunham. Thos. Tucker and Elizabeth Strother were witnesses.

1773, Sep 24 -- Deed Book 6 Page 230, Cumberland County, NC
John Stevens deeded Donald Shaw 70 acres located on McLendons Creek. Part of 150 acres patented to John Stevens 1770 excepting 80 acres of Damsy Watson. Wm. Seale and James Muse were witnesses.

1773, Nov 27 -- Land Grant #1410, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale received 75 acres located on Dunhams Creek adjoining his own line, William Killet, Cox and Dunham. Stephen Herd and Dann Thornton were chain carriers.

1774, Jul 14 -- Deed Book 6 Page 270, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale deeded Christian Jackson 50 acres located on Juniper Creek. Frans. Stribling, William Jackson and Archibald McDonald were witnesses.

1774, Jul 14 -- Deed Book 6 Page 271, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale deeded Christian Jackson 250 acres located on Juniper Creek. Frans. Stribling, William Jackson and Archibald McDonald were witnesses.

1774, Oct 25 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Two deeds from Wm. Seal to Christian Jackson proven by Wm. Jackson

1775, Mar 22 -- Deed Book 6 Page 341, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Stribling deeded James McDonald two tracts [1] 200 acres located on drains of McLendons Creek [2] 300 acres located on Killets Creek adjoining first tract and Andrew Killet. Wm. Seale and Thos. Mathews were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Captain William Seale listed $482 of taxable property in Captain William Seale's District

1777, Jan 6 -- Deed Book 7 Page 311, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale deeded [by gift] Dundan McCray 100 acres located on Governors Creek adjoining Sterlin Carrol. Dunhams Creek. Courses taken for Anthy. Seale. John McKay and Malcolm McDuffie were witnesses.

1777, Nov 1 -- 1777-1778 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
The following were appointed in Capt. Wm. Seale's District: [Assessors] John Howel, Edward Cox and james McDonald [Justice] Wm. Seale Esq. [Constable] Thos. Elliot.
The following were appointed in Capt. Jacob Duckworth's District: [Assessors] John Overton, Jacob Duckworth and Willis Dickerson [Justice] Wm. Seale Esq. [Constable] John Weightat.
The following were appointed in Capt. John Cox's District: [Assessors] John Cox, Nichelas Newton and John Williamson [Justice] Wm. Seale Esq. [Constable] William Manus.

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Capt. William Seale listed $825 of taxable property in Captain William Seale's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Seale listed $1497 of taxable property in Captain Hunnicutt's District

1779, Mar 1 -- Land Grant #1832, Cumberland County, NC
William Seale received 50 acres located on Dunhams Creek adjoining McMullen. Ralf Davis and Charles Seals were chain carriers.

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Seal listed $579 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 230 acres valued at $225 in Captain Seal's District

1780, Apr 29 -- 1779-1782 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
The following were appointed: Capt. Hunnicutt's District -- [Justice] Wm. Seale; [constable] Chs. Seale.

1782, Jan 29 -- 1779-1782 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
The following were appointed: Capt. Hunnicutt's District -- [Justice] Wm. Seale; [constable] Willis Dickerson. Capt. Cox's District -- [Justice] Thos. Matthews; [constable] Wm. Cox. Capt. Seale's District -- [Justice] Wm. Seale; [constable] Jonathan Cadwell.

1783, Nov 2 -- Land Grant #2049, Cumberland County, NC
William Seal received 50 acres located on Dunhams Creek including the plantation where he now lives adjoining John Kinney and Charles Seal. Thomas Gilmore and William Seal Junr. were chain carriers.

1785, Nov 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 69
Molly Seal, wife of William Seal came into court and took the oath of peace against him and William gave William Seal Junr. and Josiah Maples as security for good behavior.

1786, May 17-Aug 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 103, 111
Ordered that John Overton, Thos. Overton, William Seale and Jos. Robson be appointed to divide the estate of Martin Johnston, Dec'd. between widow Sarah Johnston and children Mary Johnston and Catharine Johnston.

1786, May 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 104
Ordered that justice William Seale be appointed to take the list of taxes in District 5

1788, May 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 195
Bill of sale from John Overton Senr. to Thomas Collins was proven by Wm. Seal Senr.

1788, Nov 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 209
Deed from William Seal to John McDuffie was proven John Black

1790, Nov 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 288
Deed from William Seal to James Hogg was proven by Ralph Davis

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
William Seale
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 3M
4F

1791, Nov 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 325
Bill of Sale from Ralph Davis to Wm. Seal's children

1792, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 373
Deed from Anthony Seal to William Seal was proven by Charles Seal 
Seale, Captain William (I39732)
 
140 1766, Sep 29 -- Will, Cumberland County, NC
Will of Henry Shamborger, Dec'd. Heirs: daughter Christina, son Peter Shamborger, Executor: son Peter Shamborger. Witnesses: Jacob Laudermilk, Maria Elisabeth Garner and William Garner. Proven May 1767.
 
Shamburger, Henry (I38917)
 
141 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Abraham Hunsuker listed 3 white polls

1770, Jul 6 -- Land Grant #1017, Cumberland County, NC
Abraham Hunsaker received 200 acres located on Grassy Creek. Leonard Hart and George Carringer were chain carriers.

1773, Dec -- General Assembly Session Records
Petition to move the Guilford County, NC courthouse toward the center of the county. Abram Hunsucker was a signer.

1775, Sep 19 -- Deed Book 6 Page 392, Cumberland County, NC
Abraham and Katharine Hunsucker deeded George Karenger 200 acres located above Grassy Creek adjoining Karenger. Christopher Yow and Christopher Caringer were witnesses. [Editor's Note: signed in German].

1775, Oct 26 -- County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
A deed from Abraham Hunsucker and wife to George Karenger was proven by Christopher Caringer.

1790 -- Census, Burke County, NC Page 98
Abrm. Hunsucker
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 1F

1797, Jul 11 -- Land Grant #1459, Moore County, NC
Neil McLeod received 150 acres located on Deep River adjoining Isaac Pennington, Edward Moore, Abraham Hunsucker and Joseph Geason.

1798, Dec 6 -- Land Grant #1040, Moore County, NC
John Bullock received 90 acres located South of Deep River adjoining Abram Hunsucker, Lewis Garner, Jacob Carringer, George Carringer, John Garner and Christopher Yow. Lewis Garner and Bradley Garner were chain carriers.

1798, Dec 18 -- Land Grant #0187, Moore County, NC
Bradly Garner entered 15 acres located on the drains of Grassy Creek adjoining Abram Huntsacre, Geo. Carringer, Lewis Garner and Hart. Luis Garner and George Carringer Sr. were chain carriers.

1803, Aug 30 -- Land Grant #0186, Moore County, NC
Bradly Garner entered 15 acres located North of Grassy Creek adjoining Abraham Huntsucker, David Kennedy, Geo. Carringer and his own line. George Kennedy and Bradly Garner were chain carriers.

1805, Apr 25 -- Land Grant #1950, Moore County, NC
Neil McLeod received 10 acres located South of Deep River adjoining Abraham Hunsacur, his own line and John Smith. Bradley Garner and Christopher Yow were chain carriers. 
Hunsucker, Abraham (I36140)
 
142 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
David Lawson listed 1 white poll

1773, Nov 25 -- Land Grant #1585 and #1774, Cumberland County, NC
David Lawson received 100 acres located on both sides of Buffalo Creek including where he now lives. George Harden Junr. and Mary Lawson were chain carriers.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
David Lawson listed $135 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
David Lawson listed $302 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1778, Dec 9 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#162 Levy Pennington entered 150 acres located on Buffalo Creek adjoining David Lawson and including the improvement where Nathan Mainus formerly lived.

1779, Mar 6 -- Land Grant #1948, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Wright received 300 acres located south of Deep River below the Cow Ford and Cane Brake adjoining Trapp and including Barton's improvement. Abraham Richardson and David Lawson were chain carriers.

1779, Sep 6 -- Land Grant #1986, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Pennington received 500 acres located on both sides of Deep River above the mouth of White Lick Branch adjoining John Carrell and Jacob Duckworth. Abraham Richardson and David Lawson were chain carriers.

1779, Sep 14 -- Land Grant #1843, Cumberland County, NC
Levi Pennington received 150 acres located on both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining David Lawson and an improvement where Nathan Manos formerly lived. Joseph Chason and David Argo were chain carriers.
 
Lawson, David (I49403)
 
143 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Fagan listed 1 white poll

1767, Jul 3 -- Deed Book 3 Page 131, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas McClendon deeded James Caddell 150 acres located on both sides of McLendons Creek. Witnesses were William Seale, George Feagin Sr. and Edward Feagin.

1768, Dec 22 -- Land Grant #857, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Feagin received 300 acres located on Toms Creek of McLendons Creek. [Editor's Note: deeded 150 acres to John McLendon 1773; Francis Rasbury deeded remaining 150 acres to John Morrison 1773]

1773, May 8 -- Land Grant #1230, Cumberland County, NC
John McNeil received 150 acres located on Toms Creek and McClendons Creek adjoining Edward Feagin. John McNeil and John McClendon were chain carriers.

1773, Jul 23 -- Deed Book 6 Page 180, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Feagin (schoolmaster, of South Carolina) deeded John McClendon 150 acres located west of Toms Creek of McLendons Creek. Part of 300 acre patent to Edward Feagin 1768. William Bevill and Richardson Feagin were witnesses. 
Feagin, Edward "Neddy" (I39745)
 
144 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Morgan listed 1 white poll

1770, Oct 2 -- Land Grant #1006, Cumberland County, NC
John Morgan received 100 acres located on Cabin Creek about 3/4 mile above the mouth of Mill Creek. George Morgan and William Morgan Junr. were chain carriers.

1771, Sep 8 -- Deed Book 4 Page 361, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Morgan [of South Carolina] deeded William Morgan 100 acres located on Cabin Creek. Jepthar Medford, John Medford and George Morgan were witnesses.

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Morgan listed $100 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District
 
Morgan, George (I49312)
 
145 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Dunn listed 1 white poll 
Dunn, Jacob (I49309)
 
146 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Stulz listed 1 white poll

1767, Aug 11 -- Land Grant #1500, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Stutz received 200 acres located on Buffalo Creek about a mile above Ben. Hill's fork. John Kagil and Leonard Kagil were chain carriers.

1767, Aug 11 -- Land Grant #0138, Cumberland County, NC
Charles Cagil received 100 acres located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Jacob Stutz. John Kagill and Leonard Kagill were chain carriers. [Editor?s Note: Never granted]

1768, Sep 29 -- Land Grant #884, Cumberland County, NC
Robert Edwards received 150 acres located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Jacob Stutz. Henry Cagill and Jacob Stutz were chain carriers.

1769, Sep 29 -- Land Grant #889, Cumberland County, NC
John Cagill received 100 acres located between Cabin and Bear Creek adjoining his own line. Jacob Stutz and Jacob Cagill were chain carriers.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Statuet listed $150 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Stutts listed $400-1200 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Stuts listed $2000 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Stuts listed in Captain John Cox's District. Taxable property was estimated between $1000-4000.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Stuts listed $120 in Captain John Cox's District

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 154
Jacob Stutts
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 1M
2F

1790, Feb 16,18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 256-257,263
Jacob Stutts recorded his mark as 2 crops and a hole in each ear.

1796, Mar 3 -- Will Book A Page 189-190, Moore County, NC
Will of Jacob Stutts, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Elizabeth Stutts [200 acres where I now live], daughter Elizabeth Furr, daughter Susanna Spivey, daughter Mary Furr, son Jacob Stutts, son John Stutts, son Christian Stutts, son Leonard Stutts, son Henry Stutts [land where I now live after his mother's death] and daughter Catherine Stutts. Executors: Averet Smith and Elizabeth Stutts. Witnesses: Averet Smith, Stephen Richardson and Jacob Cagle. Proven Nov 1796.
 
Stutts, Jacob (I06655)
 
147 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Caddell listed 2 white polls

1767, Jul 3 -- Deed Book 3 Page 131, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas McClendon deeded James Caddell 150 acres located on both sides of McLendons Creek. Witnesses were William Seale, George Feagin Sr., and Edward Feagin.

1770, Jul 1 -- Land Grant #1086, Cumberland County, NC
Andrew Killett received 120 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Thomas McClendon and Jerom Miller. George Feagin Senr. and James Cadwell were chain carriers.

1772, Feb 28 -- Land Grant #1226, Cumberland County, NC
James Caddle received 200 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Thomas McClendon. James Muse and Joseph Carr were chain carriers.

1773, Jan 28 -- 1755-1779 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
A deed from William Richardson and wife Elizth. to Evan McSwine was proven by James Cadel.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Kadwell listed $100 of taxable property in Captain William Seale's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Cadwell listed $100 of taxable property in Captain William Seale's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Cadwell listed $1660 of taxable property in Captain Hunnicutt's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Cadwell listed $785 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 350 acres valued at $450 in Captain Seal's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
J. Caddell listed $136 in Captain William Cox's District

1785, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 44
Deed from Jams. Muse and wife to James Cadwell was acknowledged

1786, May 15 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 96
Deed from John Warner to James Caddle was proven by John Caddle

1786, Aug 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 109
Ordered that James Caddle be exempted from paying poll tax in the year 1786.

1786, Aug 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 111
James Caddle v. Daniel Jones

1786, Aug 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 115
John Caddle v. Chas. Shering. Depositions ordered for John Howell and James Caddle.

1786, Aug 24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 120
Ordered that the following lay off a road from the courthouse to Jesse Muse's and from there to Deep River and Dunhams Creek have the following hands to work: Jos. Fry, John Caddle, Alexdr. McCloud, James Hill, James Caddle, Benjn. Fry, Neel McLoud, Leonard Thos., James Caddle, John Black, William Beazley and John Beazley.

1788, Feb ,22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 188
Two deeds from John Howell to Wm. Beasley were proven by James Caddle

1789, Feb 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 221
Ordered that the following be appointed to lay off a road from John Overton's road near William Cappes Junr. continuing along an old road commonly called Neil Tison's road to Deep River at the mouth of Governor's Creek where Anthony Street now lives continuing said road to where it comes into the Gulph Road near Pocket [?] Creek: Thos. Cole, Andrew Cole, Thos. Overton, Edwd. Moore, Wm. Payne, Joseph Fry, Elijah Batis, Jno. Dunlap, Jno. Overton Senr., James Hill, Richard Street, James Cadwell Senr., Mathew Cogins, Benjn. Fry, Richardson Fagin, James Muse, Neil McLeod, Wm. Martin and Leonard Thomas.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
James Caddell
(16+) 4M
2F

1790, Feb 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 255
Deed from David Lewis to Edmond Hurley was proven by James Caddle

1791, May 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 308
Deed from William Barrett to Benjamin Caddell was proven by James Caddell

1791, Nov 24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 327
Deed from Matthew Coggen to James Caddell was proven by Neil McLeod Esq.

1792, May 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 356
James Caddell to Adam White was acknowledged

1793 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Jams. Caddwell listed (horses only) on supernumerary taxes collected by Sheriff Malcom McNeill

1793, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 386
Deed from Peter Salter to James Caddell was proven by John Caddell

1793, Aug 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 411
Mary McDonald v. James Caddell. Petition for Dower. After hearing petition and two deeds from the Sheriff of Cumberland and from Warner to Cadell, the court determines that McDonald is not eligible for dower.

1793, Nov 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 432
James Caddell records his ear mark to be a smooth crop in the right ear and a smooth crop and a slit in the left and his brand to be "JC".

1794, Feb 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 443
Benjamin Caddell is appointed constable in Brown's District with James Caddle and Daniel Caddle serving as securities.

1798, Feb 25 -- Land Grant #1407, Moore County, NC
Jesse Bean received a 25 acre Land Grant located Southeast of McLendons Creek adjoining Jerom Miller, Danl. Muse, Thos. McLendon, Jas. Caddle, his own line and Adam White. Adam White and John Sowel were chain carriers.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 51
James Caddle
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1F

1804, May 5 -- Notice, The Minerva [Raleigh, NC]
Administrator's Notice - The Subscriber, having qualified as Administrator of the Estate of James Caddell, Dec'd, at last August Court, gives notice to all persons having any Demands against said Estate to bring them forward, well authenticated, within the time limited by Law, otherwise, they will be barred from Recovery and those indebted to the said Estate will please to make immediate Payment.
Daniel Caddell, Moore County, NC

[undated] -- Will Book A, Page 319, Moore County, NC
Inventory of the estate of Jams. Cadwell, Dec'd. Notes and bonds on the following: Benjn. Davis, Michael Hunsucker, John Jinkens, James Muse Sr., George Fagon, Harday Howell, Patty Glascock, Daniel Wilson, Jack Wilson, Kenneth Stewart, John Ryans, Milton Glascock and Danl. Caddell 
Caddell, James (I7699)
 
148 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Collings listed 1 white poll

1767, Oct 27 -- Deed Book 3 Page 290, Cumberland County, NC
Leavin Ainsworth deeded James Collins 50 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Governor [Johnston] and Moore. James Muse and Conner Dowd were witnesses.

1769, Jul 29 -- Deed Book 4 Page 329, Cumberland County, NC
Zachariah Green and wife Jeresth deeded John May 100 acres located south of Deep River part of a grant to Howell Brewer. James Collins and William Green were witnesses.

1770 -- Deed Book 4 Page 386-387, Cumberland County, NC
Abel Lee and wife Ann deeded David Stroud two tracts [1] 300 acres located on both sides of Deep River above the mouth of Bear Creek [2] tract on both sides of Deep River and the upper end of Barton's Island adjoining John Garner. John Garner and James Collins were witnesses.

1772, May 16 -- Civil Actions, Cumberland County, NC
Phillip Alston claimed that James Collins has taken up a stray mare owned by Alston. Elisha Hunter summons Alston and Collins to appear. Conner Dowd is security for Collins. Wm. Seale, James Muse, William Harden, John May, Josep Furr, Charles Shearin, Clem Hancock, Willis Dickerson, John Carrell, Starlin Carrell, James Phillips, James Russell and Phillip Colling are also listed. [Editor's Note: Unclear if they were witnesses, jury or other]

1774, Feb 5 -- Land Grant #1594 & #1783, Cumberland County, NC
David Milton received 100 acres located on Governors Creek adjoining Governor Johnston's line. Sterling Carroll and James Collins were chain carriers.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Collens listed $100 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Collens listed $373 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1783, Apr 15 -- Deed Book 7 Page 127, Cumberland County, NC
James McDonald (of Montgomery) deeded James Collins 2 tracts [1] 100 acres located north of Deep River adjoining James Barns and Jacob Barns [2] 200 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Elisha Hunter. Richardson Fagin and Thos. Collins were witnesses.

1783, Jul 25 -- Deed Book 7 Page 130, Cumberland County, NC
James Collins deeded Thomas Tyson 2 tracts [1] 100 acres located north of Deep River adjoining James Barns and Jacob Barns [2] 200 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Elisha Hunter. Thos. Collins and William Dickinson were witnesses.

1784, Oct 28 -- Land Grant #62, Moore County, NC
Mary McDonal received 100 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Daniel McDonald's plantation. John Adkins and James Collins were chain carriers.

1785, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 17
Ordered that Isaac Harden be appointed overseer of the road from Chatham County to the fork in the road and have the following hands to work: Robert Davis, Hezekiah Johnston, Benjn. Seal, Amos Cheek, Jams. Cheek, Chas. Shiran, Burwell Phillips, Mark Phillips, Lewis Phillips, John Rogers, Enoch Rogers, Joell Phillips, John Cheek, William Handcock, Levy Askins, Jams. Collins, Wm. Malone, John Blanchett, William Poe and Moses Myrick.

1785, Nov -- Marriage Licenses, Will Book A Page 382, Moore County, NC
Jams. Collins and Sarah McKeysick were granted a marriage license. Richardson Feagan was the surety.
David Williams and Tabitha Harden were granted a marriage license. Willian Harden (B) was the surety.
William Newton and Molly Patterson were granted a marriage license. William Barrett was the surety.
Jesse Brown and Mary Melton were granted a marriage license. William Barrett was the surety.
John Caddle and Mary Keys were granted a marriage license. William Caddle was the surety.
John Spivey and Susanna Smith were granted a marriage license. Leonard Furr was the surety.
John Stutts and Bathoney Spivey were granted a marriage license. Leonard Furr was the surety.
Owen Carpenter and Sarah Smith were granted a marriage license. Nathan Smith was the surety.

1786, Feb 20 -- Will Book A Page 302, Moore County, NC
Thomas Collins sold James Collins two negroes [Bess and Searoh]. Willis Dickerson and Mary Dickerson were witnesses.

1786, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 93
Bill of sale from Thos. Collins Senr. to James Collins was proven by Willis Dickenson

1786, Nov 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 126
Administration of the estate of Chas. Shearing granted to Elizabeth Shearing with Willis Dickenson and James Collins as securities.

1787, Feb 8 -- Will Book A Page 310, Moore County, NC
Hartwell Hunnicutt appointed James Collins and Willis Dickerson as power of attorney. Geo. Glascock and Jon. Milton Glascock were witnesses.

1787, Feb 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 132
A power of attorney from Hartwell Hunicutt to Jams. Collins and Willis Dickinson proven by Geo. Glascock.

1787, May 25 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 162
[Deed] Richardson Feagan to James Collins was proven by Geo. Glascock

1787, Aug 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 170
Administration of the estate of Theophilus Petty Dec'd. given to Thomas Graham with James Collins and Thomas Mathews as securities. James Collins, John Overton Senr. and Edward Moore be appointed to lay off thirds for the widow.

1787, Aug 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 170
Administration of the estate of John Apperson Dec'd. given to Richardson Fagin with James Collins and Thomas Mathews as securities.

1787, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 178
Administration of the estate of Robert Handcock Dec'd. be given to Eliz. Handock with James Collins and John Blanchet as securities.

1788, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 189
Ordered that Jesse Muse, Benj. Shields and Jas. Collins be appointed to value the estate of Geo. Glascock Dec'd.

1788, Mar 21 -- Land Grant #243, Moore County, NC
Robert Cheek received 180 acres located north of Deep River adjoining his own line and James Collins. Richard Cheek and Amos Cheek were chain carriers.

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 203
Ordered that a road be laid from road that will be laid from the Chatham County courthouse to the Moore courthouse and have the following hands to work: John Overton Senr., John Dunlap, Jos. Gilbert, John Carrol, Thomas Tison, Thomas Overton, Jas. Collins, James Muse, Willis Dickinson, Wm. Handcock, Rand. Cheek, John Phillips, Edw. Moore, Gabl. Harden, Richd. Street, Leonard Thomas, Rich. Feagan, Elijah Bettis, Jesse Muse and Saml. Dun.

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 203
Ordered that a road be laid from near Saml. Person's to the courthouse in Carthage and the following hands to work: William Davis, Benj. Shields, Jas. Collins, Lenear Brewer, John Hargrove, James Brady, Henry Person, Saml. Person, John Blanchett, Joseph McGee, Joseph Duckworth, William Harden, Benj. Cooper, William Handcock, Saml. Dun, Joseph Dun, Jesse Muse, Saml. Perry, Peter Graves, Drury Richardson and William Richardson.

1789, May 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 234
Ordered that the James Collins, Esq. be appointed to take the list of taxables for 1789 in Capt. Dunn's District

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 156
James Collins
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
3F
2 Slaves

1791, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 315
Ordered that the road from Widow Muses to the Chatham County line at Saml. Persons be revived and turned across Deep River at the Island Ford. Joseph Duckworth appointed overseer and have the following hands to work: Joseph Dunn Junr., Francis Myrick, Joseph McGee, William Teague, Robt. Davis, Robt. Cheek, James Collins, Joseph McGee Jr., Wm. Harden, Gabriel Harden, Benjn. Cooper, Saml. Perry, Richd. Upton, Joseph Dunn Sr. and Henry Powers.

1793, Mar 20 -- Land Grant #1516, Moore County, NC
Angus McQueen received 150 acres located on north of Deep River on Tysons Creek and the Chatham County line adjoining Robert Cheek. Wm. Phillips and James Collins were chain carriers.

1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records, Box 3
Jas. Collins signed a petition to form Alfordstown as County Seat for Moore County, NC. [Editor's Note: the petition failed. In 1796 the NC General Assembly established Carthage as the county seat. In 1806, it was changed to Faginsville to honor Richardson Fagin. The name was changed back to Carthage in 1814]

1794, Jan 6 -- Will Book A Page 181-182, Moore County, NC
Will of Cornelius Tyson, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Jane Tyson, son Aaron Tyson [along with Benjamin the river land where I now live adjoining Dowd and Chatham County line; tract of land on Spring Branch adjoining previous tract and Dowd and Johnston], daughter Sarah Stinson, daughter Rebecca Mirick, son Richard Tyson [tract of land where he now lives], daughter Sabra Gilbert, son Benjamin Tyson [along with Aaron, the river land where I now live adjoining Dowd and Chatham County line], daughter Jane Womble, son Thomas Tyson, grandson Thomas Tyson and granddaughter Elizabeth Tyson. Executors: son Benjamin Tyson and son Aaron Tyson. Witnesses: Seth Barnes, Jno. Porterfield and Jas. Collins. Proven May 1795.

1794, Jun 10 -- Land Grant #1667, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Gilbert [assignee of James Collins] received 100 acres located north of Deep River adjoining James McDonald. Benjamin Brown and Samuel Womble were chain carriers.

1795, Feb 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 506
Deed from James Collins to Richardson Feagin was proven by Archd. Dalrymple

1795, May 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 510
The last will and testament of Cornelius Tyson Dec'd. was proven by James Collins Esq. and Seth Barns. An inventory of the estate of Cornelius Tyson was returned by Benjamin Tyson, one of the executors.

1795, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 533
Ordered that the following view the road that leads by John Overton Senr. and the county adjacent [Chatham] and determine whether it can be laid off on better ground: James Collins, John Cheek, Richd. Street, Willis Dickinson, John Carroll Junr., William Hancock, Thomas H. Perkins, Thomas McReynolds, Malcolm Gilchrist, Patrick Dowd, Randolph Cheek, John Carroll Senr., John Philips and Saml. Womble.

1795, Nov 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 541
James Collins appointed as guardian of Susannah, Jacob, Penny, Abraham and Tempy McGee, orphans of the Joseph McGee Dec'd.

1797 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
James Collins listed 1 poll and 200 acres on supernumerary taxes collected by Sheriff Malcom McNeill

1799, Apr 26 -- Deed, Moore County, NC
William Cook deeded Saml. Person 60 acres being the surplus of George Feagan?s 200 acre located on Deep River. Jas. Collins and Peter Graves were witnesses. [Editor's Note: Moore County Historical Association Files, Southern Pines, NC]

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 39
James Collins
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M 1F
(10-16) 2F
(0-10) 1F
1 Slave

1805, Mar 20 -- Will Book A Page 242, Moore County, NC
Nuncupative Will of Benjamin Shields, Dec'd. Heirs: youngest son Patrick Shields, youngest daughter (not named), son Archibald Shields, son Cornelius Shields and mentions eight total children. Witnesses: James Collins, James Harden and Milly Shields. Proven May 1805.

1805, May 20 -- Deed Book O Page 229-231, Chatham County, NC
Fanny Cheek and Andrew White, administrators of Phillip Cheek, Dec'd. deeded James Cheek (of Moore County) 1/8 share of 421 acres located on Tysons Creek of Deep River. The heirs of Robert Cheek, Dec'd. (Phillip Cheek, Richard Cheek, James Cheek, Olive Cheek, Andrew White, Adam White and Nancy) agreed to sell the land to the highest bidder and that person was James Cheek. James Collins and Wm. Wilson were witnesses.

1805, May 20 -- Deed Book O Page 342-344, Chatham County, NC
Richard Cheek, Olive Cheek, Robert Davis and wife Nancy, Andrew White and wife Mary and Adam White and wife Sarah deeded James Cheek (of Moore County) 150 5/8 acres [being 5/8 of 421 acres] located on Tysons Creek of Deep River. Jas. Collins, Jas. Shields and William Cheek were witnesses.

1805, Nov 28 -- Land Grant #1949, Moore County, NC
Neill McLeod received 100 acres located north of Deep River on Tyson Creek adjoining Collins, his own line and Robert Cheek. James Collins and Richard Cheek were chain carriers.

1806, Oct 7 -- Land Grant #1978, Moore County, NC
Richard Cheek received 400 acres located on drains of Persimmon Glade adjoining Shearing, Carrel, Andrew White and Samuel Murley. William Cheek and James Collins were chain carriers.

1815 -- Petition, Nov-Dec 1815 General Assembly Session Records, Box 2 - Petitions
The following citizens of Moore County petitioned the General Assembly regarding taxation and the valuation of property: Jas Collins.

1832, Aug 8 -- Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty, File S1653, James Collins
James Collins (age 91), resident of Madison County, TN, applied for a pension. Collins stated that he was born in the town of Edington [Edenton], NC 17 May 1741 and moved to Johnston County, NC about two years later and lived there about three years. They then moved to Cumberland County (now Moore) on Deep River. He volunteered in Dec 1778 under Captain William (Wicked Will) Jones and was attached to he regiment commanded by Col. Philip Alston. After the Revolution, Collins lived in Moore County until around 1822 when he moved to Maury County, TN. He resided in Maury County for a year then moved to Carroll County, TN for two years and then moved to Madison County, TN where he now lives. Phillip Alston, son of Col. Alston attested to Collins' service and has been acquainted with him for abut 35 years.
 
Collins, James (I45869)
 
149 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Hill listed 1 white poll

1773, May 5 -- Land Grant #1280, Cumberland County, NC
John Martin received 350 acres located between McLendons and Richland Creeks including James Hill's improvement. Jacob McClendon and John Martin were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded 150a to John McRae 1775]

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Hill listed $100 of taxable property in Captain William Seale's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Hill listed $100 of taxable property in Captain William Seale's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Hill listed $100 of taxable property in Captain Hunnicutt's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Hill listed $237 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 50 acres valued at $135 in Captain Seal's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
J. Hill listed $14 in Captain William Cox's District

1784, Nov 19 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#22 James Hill entered 100 acres on McLendons Creek adjoining Muse and McLeod.

1785, Feb 24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 28
Ordered that the following persons be appointed to lay out a road from the Montgomery County line at Burton's Ford on Drowning Creek to the Cross Creek Road to William Seals Esq.: Edwd. Cox, Robert Grimes, Thos. Grimes, Daniel McCloud, John Cox Esq., Richardson Feagen Esq., Jos. Fry, Solomon Cox, Peter Salter, Jesse Muse, Benjn. Fry, Daniel Jones, William Cox, William Barrett, Jason Wadsworth, John Jackson, David Lewis and James Hill.

1786, Aug 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 106
Ordered that James Hill be exempt from poll Tax for 1786.

1786, Aug 24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 120
Ordered that the following lay off a road from the courthouse to Jesse Muse's and from there to Deep River and Dunhams Creek have the following hands to work: Jos. Fry, John Caddle, Alexdr. McCloud, James Hill, James Caddle, Benjn. Fry, Neel McLoud, Leonard Thos., James Caddle, John Black, William Beazley and John Beazley.

1786, Oct 3 -- Land Grant #76, Moore County, NC
James Hill received 100 acres located on Killets Creek adjoining Daniel Muse and McLeod. Daniel Jones and Jesse Muse were chain carriers.

1789, Feb 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 221
Ordered that the following be appointed to lay off a road from John Overton's road near William Cappes Junr. continuing along an old road commonly called Neil Tison's road to Deep River at the mouth of Governor?s Creek where Anthony Street now lives continuing said road to where it comes into the Gulph Road near Pocket [?] Creek: Thos. Cole, Andrew Cole, Thos. Overton, Edwd. Moore, Wm. Payne, Joseph Fry, Elijah Batis, Jno. Dunlap, Jno. Overton Senr., James Hill, Richard Street, James Cadwell Senr., Mathew Cogins, Benjn. Fry, Richardson Fagin, James Muse, Neil McLeod, Wm. Martin and Leonard Thomas.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
James Hill
(16+) 3M
5F

1793 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
James hill listed 100 acres on supernumerary taxes collected by Sheriff Malcom McNeill

1793, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 430
James Hill records his mark to be a swallow fork in the right ear and a slop in the left.

1794, Nov 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 486
Deed from Jesse Muse to James Hill was acknowledged

1795, Aug 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 526
Deed from James Hill to John Evans proven by Thomas Muse

1797, Feb 27 -- Land Grant #1755, Moore County, NC
John Evans received 31 acres located on Cales Branch of Killetts Creek adjoining William Caddell and his own line. James Hill and Thomas Hannon were chain carriers.

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 598
James Hill
(45+) 1M
(10-16) 1M
 
Hill, James (I49310)
 
150 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Morgan listed 1 white poll

1771, Mar 21 -- Will, Cumberland County, NC
Will of Richard Tullos Dec'd. Heirs: wife Elizabeth, youngest sons Temple and Willoughby, daughter Sarah and son-in-law James Morgan, son John, son Tapley, daughter Elizabeth Bunell, Jane Gwyn and son Richard Tullos. Executors: John Lawrence and son John Tullos. Witnesses: James Sanders, Joseph Buchanan and William Morris Junr. Proven Oct 1771.

1773, Nov 2 -- Land Grant #1647, Cumberland County, NC
James Morgan received 100 acres located on Wolf Creek. [Editor's Note: deeded to John Hunsucker 1787]

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Morgan listed $146 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Morgan listed $300 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Morgan listed $2000 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
James Morgan listed in Captain John Cox's District. Taxable property was estimated between $1000-4000.

1786, May 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 99
The following hands were appointed to work on the road from Morgan's Mill to the old Yadkin Road: Wm. Morgan, Geo. Brazwell, Richd. Dunn, James Morgan, Wm. Morgan Jr., Lewis Fields, Nathan Morgan, John Medford, John Morgan, Isaac Dun, Norman McLoud and Robert Cox.

1787, Feb 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 132
Deed from James Morgan and wife to John Hunsucker was proven by Leonard Cagle  
Morgan, James (I49311)
 

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