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151 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Hancock listed 3 white polls

1770, Sep 23 -- Will, Cumberland County, NC
Will of John Hancock, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Susanna, son John Hancock, sons Robert, Clement and William Hancock. Executors: Cornelius Tison and Conner Dowd. Witnesses: Jacob Raggars, Willis Akinson, Benjamin Owens and John Carrell. Proven Jul 1772.

1772, Feb 26 -- Land Grant #1114, Cumberland County, NC
John Hancock received 150 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Thomas Armstrong. Robert Hancock and William Hancock were chain carriers.

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.

1773, May 20 -- Deed Book 6 Page 209, Cumberland County, NC
Robert Hancock (of Chatham County) deeded William Hancock undivided third tract where John Hankok Dec'd. formerly lived and that will pass to Robert Hancock on the death of Susannah Hankok, widow of John Hankok. Conner Dowd, Edwd. Griffin and Daniel Brown were witnesses.

 
Hancock, John (I39752)
 
152 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Hincock listed 1 white poll

1771, May 7 -- Deed Book 4 Page 430, Cumberland County, NC
Conner Dowd deeded John Hancock Jr. 150 acres south of Deep River being 1/2 of 300 acres that belonged to Thomas Armstrong. Cornelius Tyson and Charles Shearin were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Hancock listed $263 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

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

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.

 
Hancock, John J. Jr. (I39758)
 
153 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Keys listed 1 White Poll

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

1774, Jan 26 -- Land Grant #1708, Cumberland County, NC
John Key received 200 acres located East of Wet Creek adjoining William Key and Hugh Waddle. Thomas Moore and Joseph Williams were chain carriers.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Keys listed $176 in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Keys listed $300 in Captain John Cox's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Kees listed $1510 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Kees listed $810 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 200 acres valued at $450 in Captain Cox's District

1780, Apr 29 -- 1779-1791 County Court Minutes, Cumberland County, NC
John Key was summoned for jury duty next term.

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

1785, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 15
John Keys records his mark as a lash in the left and a slit in the right.

1785, Oct 7 -- Land Grant #160, Moore County, NC
Allen Morrison received 100 acres located on Sings Creek adjoining John Key, Waddle and John Smith. Alexr. Morrison and Murdoch Baton were chain carriers.

1786, Nov 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 128
Ordered that the sheriff summon a jury to resolve a land dispute between John Keys and Murdock Bethune.

1789, Feb 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 220
Ordered that John Keys be appointed overseer of the road [no designation provided].

1789, Dec 27 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#256 John Key entered 120 acres adjoining his own line.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 156
John Keys
(16+) 3M
(0-16) 2M
5F

1790, Feb 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 255
A deed from John Keys to Thos. Keys was proven by Ezekiel Dunn

1790, Aug 13 -- Land Grant #296, Moore County, NC
John Key received 120 acres adjoining Thos. Key and his own line. Thomas Key and Moses Key were chain carriers.

1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records, Box 3
John Keys 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]
 
Key, John (I38133)
 
154 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Lenierer Brewer 3 white polls

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

1779, Jan 29 -- 1778-1779 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Insolvents allowed by the court in Jacob Duckworth's district: Lennear Brewer

1787, Feb 23 -- Land Grant #193, Moore County, NC
William Davis received 255 acres located on Fall Creek adjoining Lanear Brewer and including the improvement where James Elkins formerly lived. Samuel Person and Lanear Brewer were chain carriers.

1787, Feb 23 -- Land Grant #200, Moore County, NC
Robert Cobb received 316 acres located on Fall Creek north of Deep River on the [Chatham] County line adjoining Leanear Brewer. Samuel Person and Leanear Brewer 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 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 162
Lanier Brewer
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 4M
4F

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 Near Brewer be appointed overseer of the road on the other side of the River to the Chatham line and have the following hands to work: Benjn. Shields, Wm. Davis, Sarah Davis, James Brady, Eial Johnston, Wm. Cook, Benjn. Elkins, Isaac Teague, Drury Brewer and Micajah Brewer.

1793, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 389-390
[Deeds] William Stroud to Leinear Brewer was proven by Edmond Waddell
William Stroud to Edmond Waddill proven by Leinear Brewer

1794, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 471
Deed from Lanear Brewer to John Lawler proven by Isaac Teague

1797, Nov 27 -- Land Grant #1324, Moore County, NC
Samuel Parsons received 100 acres located north of Deep River on the drains of Fall Creek and the [Chatham] County line adjoining Isaac Teague, Martindale, Lenier Brewer and his own line. Edward Beason and Ely Lawler were chain carriers.

1798, Apr 17 -- Land Grant #1411, Moore County, NC
John Ritter received 100 acres located on both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining Bryant Boroughs, David Lawson, his own line and Nier Brewer. Lanier Brewer and Donald McDonald were chain carriers.

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.

1804, Jul 6 -- Land Grant #1878, Moore County, NC
Neil McLeod received 80 acres located north of Cabin Creek adjoining Jeffreys, Allison, his own line and Betty Carpenter. Nier Brewer and Wm. Smith were chain carriers.

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 312
Lanier Brewer
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(16-25) 1F
(10-16) 2M 2F
(0-10) 3F 
Brewer, Lanier (I03551)
 
155 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Leonard Keagel listed 1 white poll

1767, Aug 11 -- Land Grant #0138, Cumberland County, NC
Charles Cagill entered a 100 acre Land Grant located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Jacob Stutz. John Kagill and Leonard Kagill were chain carriers.
[Editor's Note: the grant was never issued]

1767, Aug 11 -- Land Grant #1500, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Stutz received a 100 acre Land Grant located on Buffalo Creek. John Kagil and Leonard Kagil were chain carriers.

1768, Dec 22 -- Land Grant #850, Cumberland County, NC
Leonard Cagle received 200 acres located west of Buffalo Creek. [Editor's Note: Leonard and Susana Cagle deeded to Stephen Richerdson 1775]

1774, Jan 13 -- Land Grant #0418, Cumberland County, NC
William Smith received 100 acres located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Leonard Kagill. Jesse Ritter and Isham Smith were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1775, Jan 10 -- Deed Book 6 Page 293, Cumberland County, NC
Leonard Cagle and wife Susanna deeded Steven Richardson a tract of land located west of Buffalo Creek. Bartholomew Dun and William Garner were witnesses. Proven by Bartholomew Dun Jan 1775.

1775, Jan 24-25 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Deed from Leonard Keagle and wife Susanna Keagle to Steven Richerton proven by Bartholomew Dun

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

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Lenard Kegle listed $3100 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Lenard Kegle listed in Captain John Cox's District. Taxable property was estimated between $1550-6200.

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

1786, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 124
Deed from William Gardner and wife to Leonard Cagle was proven by Nathan Smith.

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

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 202
Ordered that Leonard Cagle be appointed overseer of the road from Searcy's Ford to Cotton's from Bear Creek at Wm. Gardner's to the County line and have the following hands to work: Wm. Gardner, Peter Gardner, William Wilson, John Hare, Adam Comer and Leonard Cagle's sons.

1788, Sep 12 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#146 Leonard Cagle entered 50 acres northwest of [blank] Creek including his vacant land and mill and adjoining his own line and William Garner.

1789, Mar 3 -- Land Grant #344, Moore County, NC
Leonard Cagle received 50 acres located on Bear Creek including his mill and adjoining his own line and William Garner. Adam Comer and George Cagle were chain carriers.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
Leonard Cagle
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 7M
3F

1790, Nov 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 290
Leonard Cagle records his mark as a cross and slit in right and a half cross in left.

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, 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 21 -- 1784-1795 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.

1797, Nov 23 -- Land Grant #1269, Moore County, NC
Leonard Furr received a 50 acre Land Grant located on the both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining Leonard Cagle Senr. Christopher Stuts and John Spivey were chain carriers.

1799, Mar 11 -- Land Grant #1655, Moore County, NC
Susy Davis [assignee of Hardy Davis] received 100 acres located on both sides of Bear Creek adjoining Thomas Smitherman, Leonard Cagle Jr. and Cornelius Latham. Leonard Cagle and Thomas Smitherman were chain carriers.

1799, Mar 13 -- Land Grant #1581, Moore County, NC
Leonard Cagle received 100 acres located west of Bear Creek adjoining Leonard Cagle Senr. Thomas Smitherman, his own line. Thomas Smitherman and Hardy Davis were chain carriers.

1800 -- Census, Montgomery County, NC 501
Leonard Cagle
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 4M
(10-16) 2M 1F
(0-10) 3M 
Cagle, Leonard (I35858)
 
156 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Seale listed 1 white poll

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, Mar 7 -- Land Grant #1020, Cumberland County, NC
John Stevens received 150 acres located south of McLendons Creek on Dry Creek of the Juniper 1/2 mile above the mouth. Thomas Seale and Moses Bland were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded 70a to Donald Shaw 1770 adjoining Demsy Watson]

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]

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.

1773, Nov 20 -- Land Grant #1664, Cumberland County, NC
Elijah Bettis received 100 acres located on both sides of Lick Branch of McClendons Creek near the Poles Bridge. Thomas Seal and Elijah Bettis were chain carriers.

1773, Nov 23 -- Land Grant #1707, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Seale received 100 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining John Overton and including his own improvement. James Muse and John Tollison were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Deeded to Ann James 1782]

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

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Thos. Seale listed $100 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Thos. Seal listed $113 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) in Captain Seal's District

1782, May 22 -- Deed Book 7 Page 71, Cumberland County, NC
Mary James deeded her brother John James 150 acres including dwelling house and plantation where our father Francis James lived. Also signed by Frederick Smith. Thos. Agarton and Thos. Seal were witnesses.

1782, Jun 15 -- Deed Book 7 Page 108, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Seale deeded his daughter Ann James 100 acres including his dwelling house where he formerly lived on Overtons Road adjoining Mary James and John Overton's Gooden field. Thos. Agarton and William Cockerham were witnesses.
 
Seale, Thomas (I39735)
 
157 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Shuffield listed 1 white poll

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, 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.

1773, May 11 -- Land Grant #1587 and #1776, Cumberland County, NC
James Ludlow received 100 acres located on Williams Creek below the Yadkin Road adjoining Adam Comer. Adam Comer and William Shuffield 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]

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Shuffle Sr. listed $150 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District 
Sheffield, William (I49313)
 
158 1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Dunn listed 4 white polls

1773, Nov 20 -- Land Grant #1663, Cumberland County, NC
Elijah Bettis received 200 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Evans. Joseph Cheston and William Dunn were chain carriers.

1777, Nov 1 -- Cane Creek Meeting [Quaker] Minutes Vol. 1 Page 66, 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.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Dunn listed $200 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Dunn listed $800 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Willm. Dunn listed $240-960 (not given in) of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Dunn listed in Captain Duckworth's District. Taxable property was estimated between $120-480.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
W. Dunn listed $130 in Captain John Hunnicut's District

1783, Jul 26 -- Deed Book 7 Page 132, Cumberland County, NC
Charity Muse deeded William Dunn 250 acres located on both sides of McLendons Creek. Jesse Muse and Nathl. Norwood were witnesses.

1783, Jul 26 -- Deed Book 7 Page 133, Cumberland County, NC
Charity Muse deeded William Dunn a tract located on both sides of McLendons Creek. Jesse Muse and Nathl. Norwood were witnesses.

1784, Aug 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 6
Ordered that William Dun be appointed overseer of the road from the widow Muse's to Bear Creek.

1785, Apr 10 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#74 William Dunn entered 50 acres on Long Meadow fork of Buffalow Creek adjoining his own line and Michael Hill and including his own improvement.

1785, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 59
Deed from William Dun to Jesse Muse was proven by Catherine Muse

1785, Nov 24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 75
Ordered that Wm. Dunn and Wm. Beazely overseers of the Muses Road build a bridge across McLendons Creek near Charity Muses.

1786, Apr 20 -- Land Grant #148, Moore County, NC
John Henson and Thomas Matthews received 200 acres located on Buffalo Creek and the Waggon Road including the fork that goes to Cagle's Bridge adjoining Furr and Cockman. Wilm. Dunn and Michal Hill were chain carriers.

1787, Feb 21 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#83 Samuel Dunn entered 25 acres on Richland Creek including William Dunn's improvement.

1787, Aug 27 -- Land Grant #0245, Moore County, NC
Samuel Dunn received 25 acres located west of Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn, Brimlow and Wm. Dunn's improvement. Jesse Opton and Joseph Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1788, Mar 10 -- Land Grant #230, Moore County, NC
Christian Jackson received 50 acres located west of Juniper Creek adjoining her own line. Murdoch Bethune and William Dunn were chain carriers.

1789, Sep 20 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#220 William Dunn entered 50 acres on Locust Branch of Richland Creek adjoining his own line and Donald McQueen.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 153
William Dun
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
1F
1 Slave

1790, Mar 6 -- Deed Book E Page 82-83, Chatham County, NC
Martha/Patty Glascock, Julius Glascock, John Milton Glascock and Martyn Glascock deeded Thomas Rubottom 240 acres located on Little Brush Creek adjoining Hugh Moffett and Hadley. Wm. Dunn and Milley Glasscock were witnesses.

1790, Nov 8 -- Deed Book G Page 71, Chatham County, NC
Mary Dowd [of Moore County] deeded William Dunn [of Moore County] 400 acres located on Deep River and Smith Creek adjoining Judith Dowd. Reuben Sheals and Richard Dowd were witnesses.

1791, Jan 7 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#293 William Dunn entered 50 acres east of Richland Creek adjoining his own line and Donald McQueen.

1791, Jun 28 -- Land Grant #357, Moore County, NC
William Dunn received 50 acres located on Locust Branch of Richland Creek adjoining his own line and Donald McQueen. Thomas Ritter and Jesse Ritter were chain carriers.

1791, Jun 28 -- Land Grant #358, Moore County, NC
William Dunn received 50 acres located on Locust Branch of Richland Creek adjoining his own line and Donald McQueen. Thomas Ritter and Jesse Ritter were chain carriers.

1791, Jun 28 -- Land Grant #382, Moore County, NC
Thomas Ritter received 50 acres located on both sides of Richland Creek adjoining William Dunn and Malcolm McNeill. Jesse Bean and Jesse Ritter were chain carriers.

1792, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 336
Ordered that Thomas Ritter be appointed overseer of the road that leads by the Widow Muses and have the following hands to work: Wm. Dunn & hands, Saml. Dunn, John Upton, Jesse Upton, Edward Upton, Richd. Upton, Jno. Dannelly, John Atkinson, Thos. Muse, Saml. Elkins, Jacob Stutts, Jno. Ritter, Everet Ritter, Jesse Bean, John Sowell, Jno. Quimby, Jno. McCaskill, Alexr. McCaskill, Jno. Hargrove, Kenneth Murchison, Duncan McIntosh, Martin Martin, Neil McIntosh, Simon Rheubottom and Ezekl. Rheubottom.

1792, Feb 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 340,345
Deed from Willian Dunn to Jacob Cagle was acknowledged
Deed from John M. Glascock to John McNeill was proven by William Dunn
Deed from William Dun to Stephen Richardson proven by Jacob Cagle

1792, May 24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 355
Ordered the Wm. Dunn take the list of taxables in Barrett's District for 1792

1792, Aug 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 365
Deed from Wm. Barrett to Robt. Davis proven by William Dunn

1793, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 388
Deed from William Barrett to William Hancock was proven William Dunn

1793, Nov 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 424
Letters of Administration granted to Ezekiel Rheubottom on the estate of Thomas Rheubottom Dec'd. with William Dunn and Simon Rheubottom as securities.

1794, Feb 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 448
Reuben Shields is appointed constable in Cheek's District with James Holcomb and William Dunn as securities.

1794, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 474
Bill of Sale from George Jackson as Executor of John Jackson Dec'd. to William Dunn proven by Joseph Robson

1795, May 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 525
Ordered that Nicholas Nall, William Davis and William Dunn Esq. act as commissioners to bid out the building of a bridge over McLendons Creek and another over Richland Creek where the main road crosses said creeks that leads from Nicholas Nalls past Mrs. Glascocks to Fayetteville.

1797, Jun 23 -- Land Grant #1323, Moore County, NC
Simon Rheubottom received 49 acres located northwest of Richland Creek adjoining William Barrett, Farquard Campbell, Donald McQueen and Jesse Ritter. William Dunn and Everit Ritter were chain carriers.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 45
William Dunn
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(16-26) 2M
(0-10) 3F
11 Slaves

1802, Jun 17 -- Land Grant #1722, Moore County, NC
William Dunn received 50 acres located on Long Meadow adjoining Michael Hill, Robert Edwards and own line including his own improvement. Joseph Cockman and James Melton were chain carriers.

1802, Nov 3 -- Land Grant #1643, Moore County, NC
John Atkinson received 60 acres located east of Richland Creek adjoining Wm. Dunn, Benjn. Dunn and Joseph Dunn Sr. Benjn. Dunn and Jno. Dunn were chain carriers.

1802, Nov 3 -- Land Grant #1860, Moore County, NC
William Dunn received 50 acres located northwest of Richland Creek adjoining Benjamin Dunn and his own line. Benjn. Dunn and Jno. Dunn were chain carriers.

1803, Oct 10 -- Land Grant #1809, Moore County, NC
William Dunn received 50 acres located on Blans Branch including the Mill Stone Quarry adjoining his own line. Mark Phillips and Jno. Dunn were chain carriers. 
Dunn, William (I16846)
 
159 1767, Apr 11 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1 Page 39, 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.

1769, Dec 21 -- Deed Book 3 Page 542, Cumberland County, NC
Zachariah Green deeded Frederick Gregg and Richard Lyon 100 acres located north of Deep River. Conner Dowd, Richard Moulden and Jeramiah Barnes were witnesses.

1780, Apr 15 -- Land Grant #550, Chatham County, NC
Jeremiah Barnes received 200 acres located on mouth of Desolate Branch where Ezekial Hilliard now lives adjoining his own line. Joel Lawhorn and William Capps were chain carriers.

1780, Apr 15 -- Land Grant #0-3, Chatham County, NC
Jeremiah Barns received 640 acres located south of Indian Creek including his own improvement where he now lives adjoining Myrick. Ezekial Hilliard and Joel Lawhorn were chain carriers.

1787, Jan 19 ? Deed Book D Page 210, Chatham County, NC
Jeremiah Barns deeded Joseph Gilbert (of Moore County) 600 acres located south of Indian Creek adjoining Myrick. Seth Barns and William Roberds were witnesses.

1792, Mar 12 -- Deed Book G Page 216-217, Chatham County, NC
Jonathan Barnes (of Chatham County) deeded Benjamin Tyson and Aaron Tyson (of Moore County) 1 acre located north of Deep River including the Barns' Meeting House for the benefit and privilege of the Quaker society adjoining John Wilkins. Josnan. Barns, Jeremiah Barns and Archd. McBryde were witnesses.
 
Barnes, Jeremiah (I42761)
 
160 1767, Apr 11 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1 Page 39, 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.
 
Mary (I42749)
 
161 1767, Apr 4 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Women's Minutes Page 54, 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 [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1 Page 39, 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.

1791, Aug 18 -- 1785-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 313
[Deeds] Joseph and Ruth Dunn to Benj. Lamb was acknowledged

1797, Dec 6 -- Land Grant #999, Moore County, NC
Ruth Dunn received 50 acres located on Medlin Branch of Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn. Samuel Dunn and John Upton were chain carriers.

1797, Dec 15 -- Land Grant #0152, Moore County, NC
John Atkinson received 60 acres located on the drains of Richland Creek adjoining Joseph Dunn, David Allison, Ruth Dunn plantation and the land where Alexr. McDonald now lives. Jesse Upton and Saml. Dunn were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

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, Aug 31 -- Will Book A Page 203, Moore County, NC
Will of Ruth Dunn, Dec'd. Heirs listed: 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. Executor: son John Dunn. Witness: Thos. Reynolds, Edward Upton. Proven in open court Nov 1799 by Thomas McReynolds and Edwd. Upton
 
Ruth (I16845)
 
162 1767, Aug -- Land Grant #1489 & 0489, Cumberland County, NC
Francis Tidwell received 200 acres located on Dry Creek and Horse Creek. Thomas Key and Samuel Tidwell were chain carriers.

1769, May 25 -- Deed Book 3 Page 381, Cumberland County, NC
John Donahoe deeded Nicholas Newton 200 acres located on Wet Creek. Samuel Williams, Jesse Riter and Thomas Keys 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.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Keys listed $160 in Captain John Cox's District

1778, Jul -- 1777-1778 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Kees signed the Oath of Allegiance to the state.

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

1785, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 14
Thos. Key records his mark as a cross in the right and slit in ear.

1785, Oct 7 -- Land Grant #170, Moore County, NC
William Grove received 60 acres located on Wet Creek adjoining his own line and Thomas Keys. Murdock Baton and Alen Morrison were chain carriers.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
Thomas Keys
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 7M
3F

1790, Feb 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 255
A deed from John Keys to Thos. Keys was proven by Ezekiel Dunn

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

1790, Feb 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 257
Ordered that Robert Pattison be appointed overseer in place of Nich. Newton and have the following hands to work: Wm. Dunn, Bar. Dunn, Nathl. Melton, Norman Matheson, Murdock McLeod, Hector McLean, Thos. Kee, Moses Kee, Wm. Kee, Alex Morrison, Jno. McAulay, Wm. Newton, Mur. McAulay, Ezk. Dun, Hector McLean, Thomas Graham and John Bethune.

1792, Feb 22 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#426 Thomas Key entered 100 acres west of Wet Creek.

1792, Aug 29 -- Land Grant #1319, Moore County, NC
Neil McLeod received 30 acres located on both sides of Wet Creek adjoining Thomas Key, William Key, Murdock Bethune, John Key and Donald McLeod. William Key and Thomas Key were chain carriers.

1793, Jan 18 -- Land Grant #479, Moore County, NC
Thomas Key received 100 acres adjoining his own line. Thos. Ward and John Key were chain carriers.

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
Thomas Keys 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 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 440
Ordered that orphan Elijah Brown (age 11) be bound to Capt. William Morgan to learn the Cooper trade until he reaches full age. Thomas Key served as security.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 69
Thomas Keas
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M 2F
(10-16) 3M

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 606
Sarah Kee
***unclear if Sarah is widow/daughter of Thomas
(45+) 1F
(26-45) 2M 2F
(16-26) 1M

1833, Jul 9-Aug 13 -- Notice, Fayetteville Weekly Observer [Fayetteville, NC] Newspaper
Moore County, NC - Joseph Davis and wife Ellender v. William Kees, John Kees, Vinson Kees, James Kees, Samuel Kees, Thomas Kees, Cornelius Kees and Sally Kees. Appearing that defendants Vinson Kees, Corneilus Kees and William Kees reside out of state, they are summoned to appear at the courthouse in Carthage on the third Monday in August. [Editor's Note - likely a suit regarding settlement of Abigail Key's estate. Her husband Thomas died before 1820 and Abigail died after 1830] 
Key, Thomas (I17185)
 
163 1767, Aug 11 -- Land Grant #0138, Cumberland County, NC
Charles Cagill entered a 100 acre Land Grant located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Jacob Stutz. John Kagill and Leonard Kagill were chain carriers.
[Note - grant was not issued]
 
Cagle, Charles (I35856)
 
164 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.

1767, Aug 10 -- Land Grant #1497, Cumberland County, NC
Richard Grove received 100 acres located on Wet Creek about a mile above the mouth. Thomas Key and Samuel Tidwell were chain carriers.

1773, Jun 11 -- Land Grant #1595, 1784 and 083, Cumberland County, NC
John Brownlow received 200 acres located on Horse Creek. John Kagill and Samuel Tidwell were chain carriers.

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

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Saml. Tidwell listed $30 in Captain John Cox's District

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.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 154
Samuel Tidwell
(16+) 1M
3F
 
Tedwell, Samuel (I49315)
 
165 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.

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, Feb 24 -- Deed Book 5 Page 30, Cumberland County, NC
Mary Dikinson and Robert Dikinson deeded John Overton 225 acres located on Buck Creek being 1/2 of the land purchased from Nicholas Smith by Thomas Collins and sold to Robert Dickinson. John Carrol and Randh. Hunnicutt were witnesses.

1773, Dec 15 -- Deed Book 6 Page 89, Cumberland County, NC
John Overton deeded Alexr. Morrison 150 acres located on Richland Creek patented to John Dunn 1764. Randh. Hunnicutt and Normand Morrison 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.

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.

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Randolph Hunicut listed $180 of taxable property in Captain Hunnicutt's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Randolph Honicut listed $138 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) in Captain Duckworth's District

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.

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

1784, Aug 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 9
Ordered that Josiah Maples be appointed overseer of the road in place of John Overton from McClendons Creek to the fork of the road and have the following hands to work: Phil Alston, John Overton, John Blanchett, Anthony Street, Phill Cheek, Randolph Hunnicutt, William Pain, James Moore, Joseph Horser, John Carrell, Elijah Bettys, John Dunlap, William Poe and Theophelus Petty.

1785, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 56
Deed from Thos. Collins to Kenneth Morrison was proven by Randolph Hunnicutt
 
Hunnicutt, Randolph (I49467)
 
166 1767, Jun 16 -- Deed Book 3 Page 137, Cumberland County, NC
John Donahoe deeded Joseph Hough 500 acres located on both sides of the Yadkin Road. Patented 24 Apr 1754. Samuel Williams, Jacob McClendon Jr. and Sampson Williams were witnesses.

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Sampson Williams listed $100 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District 
Williams, Sampson (I49407)
 
167 1767, Sep 24 -- Will, Cumberland County, NC
Will of Elisha Bettis, Dec'd. Heirs: wife [unnamed], Elija Bettis, Irvine Bettus and Francis Bettis. Executor: brother Elija Bettis. Witnesses: Thomas Hadly, Robt. Cochran and William H. Mills. Proven Aug 1767. [Editor's Note: Proven date is prior that will date.]

1768, Aug 2 -- Deed Book 3 Page 298, Cumberland County, NC
Elisha Bettis Dec'd. by his will [24 Sep 1767] bequested to his wife Catharine, what Alice Blanchfield gave to him at marriage the plantation where Alice Blanchfield lately live in the Great Yadkin Road adjoining William Morris. Elisha appointed his brother Elijah Bettis Exr. and he paid Hugh Pattsull and wife Catharine [former wife of Elisha Bettis]. Archibald McKay and Arthur Wright were witnesses.

1768, Sep 17 -- Deed Book 3 Page 284, Cumberland County, NC
John Bettis deeded John Patterson 260 acres on branch of Raft Swamp by Juniper Branch by Wiggins Branch. Patent to Francis Bettis 26 Sep 1753 and sold to his son Elijah Bettis 14 Nov 1763 and conveyed to Elijah by last will and testament of his brother [Elisha Bettis]. William Black, John McPherson and Duncan Patterson were witnesses.
 
Bettis, Elisha (I39784)
 
168 1768, Dec 22 -- Land Grant #843, Cumberland County, NC
Terrance Brannon received 150 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining John Graham.

1769, May 4 -- Land Grant #888, Cumberland County, NC
Terrance Brannon received 100 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Graham and Thomas Matthews. [Editor's Note: Elisabeth Brannon deeded to Robert Graham 1774]

1774, Oct 27 -- Deed Book 6 Page 278, Cumberland County, NC
Elisabeth Brannan deeded Robert Graham 100 acres located on both sides of Buck Creek adjoining Graham and Thomas Matthews. Patented to Tarrance Brannan. John Campbell and Jams. Graham were witnesses.
 
Brannon, Terrance (I49389)
 
169 1768, Dec 22 -- Land Grant #843, Cumberland County, NC
Terrance Brannon received 150 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining John Graham.
 
Graham, John (I49316)
 
170 1768, Dec 22 -- Land Grant #851, Cumberland County, NC
Nathan Smith received 200 acres located on Rocky Branch of McLendons Creek adjoining Campbell. [Editor's Note: Nathan and Ann Smith deeded to Levi Pennington, Sr. 1771 --> Levi and Martha Pennington deeded to John McLeod 1772]

1769, May 4 -- Land Grant #890, Cumberland County, NC
William Smith Junr. received 100 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Nathan Smith.

1772, Jan 30 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Deed from Nathan Smith and wife Ann to Levi Pennington Sr. was proven by John Stephens.

1772, Mar 9 -- Land Grant #1117, Cumberland County, NC
Everet Smith received a 200 acre Land Grant located on Cabin Creek adjoining John Cagill. John Cagill and Nathan Smith were chain carriers.

1774, Jul 8 -- Deed Book 6 Page 279, Cumberland County, NC
Jesse Ritter deeded Nathan Smith 200 acres located on Wet Creek adjoining James Chainey and Nicholas Newton. Thos. Branford and William Manes were witnesses.

1774, Oct 25 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Deed from Jesse Ritter to Nathan Smith was proven by William Manes

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Nathan Smith listed $166 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

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

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Nathan Smith listed $1440 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Nathan Smith listed in Captain John Cox's District. Taxable property was estimated between $720-2880.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Nathan Smith listed $150 in Captain John Cox's District

1785, Nov -- Marriage Licenses, Will Book A Page 382, Moore County, NC
Owen Carpenter and Sarah Smith were granted a marriage license. Nathan Smith was the surety.

1786, Aug 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 109
Ordered that Nathan Smith be appointed road overseer in the place of Geo. Brazwell.

1786, Aug 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 110
Deed from Nathan Smith to Anson Melton was proven by Jesse Brown

1786, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 124
Deed from William Gardner and wife to Leonard Cagle was proven by Nathan Smith.

1789, Sep 3 -- Land Grant #323, Moore County, NC
John Stutts received 50 acres located on Dry Creek. Everet Smith and Nathan Smith were chain carriers.

1790 -- Census, Montgomery County, NC Page 416
Nathan Smith
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 3M
6F

1795, Nov 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 538
Deed from John and Susannah Hunsucker to Nathan Smith proven by George Cagle

1797, Nov 8 -- Land Grant #1453, Moore County, NC
Neill McLeod received 100 acres located on Williamsons Creek adjoining Smith and Carpenter. Stephen Smith and Nathan Smith were chain carriers.

1798, Feb 1 -- Colonel William Wofford Survey on Georgia Frontier Settlers
Report made to Colonel Return Jonathan Meigs, agent to the Cherokee Indians, Southwest Point, regarding the number and condition of the Settlers living in and near the "Wofford Settlement", on the Frontier of Georgia and the Cherokee Nation of Indians - lying between the Currahee Mountain and the headwaters of the Oconee River. Original Settlers in the Nathan Smith settlement who were left outside of Colonel Hawkins line: Nathan Smith, James Minyard, Michael Oliver, Stephen Smith, Nicholas Smith, Owen Carpenter, Jack Parker, Thomas Warren, Joseph Halcom, Charles Warren, William Thornton, Johnson McKinney and Lewis Dickenson. [Editor's Note: Numerous Moore County families joined Nathan Smith and family in migrating to GA. Many continued to MS from there.]

1798, Sep 13 -- Petition to Georgia Governor James Jackson
The following residents of Jackson and Franklin County, GA petitioned the Governor to adjust the land boundaries to allow them to remain on their settlements: Philip Thomas, John Thomas, Wm. Thomas, Philip Thomas Jr., Abednego Downing, Geo. Waters, Levi Taylor, James Huit, Solomon Huitt, Wm. Alexander Tansey, Jesse Austin, Tho. Barnard, Lucas LeCroy, Thomas Lean, Equila McKrakin, James McKrakin, [Mr.] Holcom, Geo. Hopper, Wm. Weatherspoons, Hugh Hartgrove, Nathaniel Wofford, Richard Burkes, Benjamin Wofford, Richard Lay, Nicholas Smith, Nathan Smith, Oen Carpenter, James Minnerd, Nicholas Nuton, Stephen Smith, (illegible signature), Lewes Dickeson, Joseph Halcom, Jno. Parker, John Ratley, Thomas Warren, Robert Shipley, John Shipley, Nathaniel Shipley, William Little, Joseph Dunnegame, Ande Dunnegane, E. Dunnegame, Moses Terell and Jno. Little. [Editor's Note: Numerous Moore County families joined Nathan Smith and family in migrating to GA. Many continued to MS from there.]

1798, Dec 20 -- Deed Book N Page 102-103, Franklin County, GA
Joseph Neale and wife Frances (of Elbert County, GA) deeded Nathan Smith (of Franklin County, GA) 600 acres located on Hudson Fork of Broad River adjoining Julian Neale and Thomas Gregg consisting of two tracts granted to Julian Neale Mar 17, 1786. Benjamin Neal was a witness. Recorded 1799.

1800 -- Tax List, Franklin County, GA
Nathan Smith listed 300 acres on Hudson River and 350 acres on Nails Creek

1801 -- Tax List, Franklin County, GA
Nathan Smith listed 300 acres on Hudson River and 1070 acres on Nail Creek

1802 -- Tax List, Franklin County, GA
Nathan Smith listed 300 acres on Hudson River

1803, Feb 18 -- Deed Book OO Page 70-71, Franklin County, GA
Thomas Gregg and wife Anna (of Elbert County, GA) deeded Nathan Smith 262 acres located on Hudson River adjoining Nail, Gregg and Stephen Smith. John McGowen and Nimrod House were witnesses. Recorded Oct 5, 1803.

1804 -- Colonel William Wofford Survey on Georgia Frontier Settlers
Updated Report made to Colonel Return Jonathan Meigs, agent to the Cherokee Indians, southwest Point, regarding the number and condition of the Settlers living in and near the "Wofford Settlement", on the Frontier of Georgia and the Cherokee Nation of Indians - lying between the Currahee Mountain and the headwaters of the Oconee River. Original 1798 Settlers in the Nathan Smith settlement who were left outside of Colonel Hawkins line: Nathan Smith, James Minyard, Michael Oliver [removed by 1804] Stephen Smith [removed by 1804] Nicholas Smith [removed by 1804], Owen Carpenter, Jack Parker [removed by 1804], Thomas Warren, Joseph Halcom [removed by 1804], Charles Warren [removed by 1804], William Thornton [removed by 1804], Johnson McKinney [removed by 1804] and Lewis Dickenson. New Settlers by 1804 in Nathan Smith Settlement: Isham Smith, John Smith, Adam Sheffield, James Keys, Joseph Shelton, Samuel Spencer, William Spencer, Richard Jacks, John Huitt, Jacob Hollingsworth, Moses Alred, James Brown, Temple Carpenter, John Warren, James Hamilton, Nimrod House, James Alred, Thomas Bullen, William Newton, Snow, Asa Walker, Morgan Guest, William Smith, Averitt Smith, George Morgan and Reuben Warren. [Editor's Note: Numerous Moore County families joined Nathan Smith and family in migrating to GA. Many continued to MS from there.]

1805 -- Tax List, Franklin County, GA
Nathan Smith (agent for Wm. Smith) listed 300 acres and 53 acres on Hudson River and Indian Boundary in Capt. Henry's District

1808 -- Tax List, Franklin County, GA
Nathan Smith listed [no acreage or location] in Capt. Henry's District

1810 -- Tax List, Franklin County, GA
Nathan Smith listed 300 acres on Hudson River, 100 acres on Indian Land and 150 acres on Hudson River in Capt. Anderson's District

1811 -- Tax List, Franklin County, GA
Henry Smith Jr. listed 300 acres on Hudson River and [agent for Nathan Smith] 100 acres on Hudson River.

1811, Sep 14 -- Deed Book MMM Page 30, Franklin County, GA
Perry Kees deeded Nathan Smith 144.5 acres located on Hudson River above old boundary of Wofford's Settlement adjoining Moses Crawford and William Boiling. Archd. Ritchey and Joseph Hamilton. Recorded Nov 9, 1815.

1813 -- Tax List, Franklin County, GA
Nathan Smith listed 300 acres on Hudson River, 100 acres on Hudson River, 200 acres on Hudson River and 144 acres on Hudson River in Capt. Hamilton's District

1813, Feb 12 -- Deed Book TTT Page 140-141, Franklin County, GA
Nathan Smith deeded George Allen 50 acres located on Hudson River. Henry Smith and Nicholas Smith were witnesses. Recorded Dec 18, 1813.

1816, Nov 21 -- Deed Book HH Page 123-124, Franklin County, GA
Nathan Smith and wife Nancy deeded Henry Mize 126 acres located on Hudson Fork of Broad River being part of 600 acres granted to Julian Nail. Robert S. Bailey and Henry Smith were witnesses. Recorded Mar 11, 1819. 
Smith, Nathan (I34513)
 
171 1768, Oct -- Deed Book 3 Page 296, Cumberland County, NC
William Richardson, Sr. deeded Drury Richardson 200 acres located on Buffalo Creek. Thomas Rutherford and Stephen Gilmore were witnesses.

1769, Nov 21-- Land Grant #1061, Cumberland County, NC
John May Junr. received 150 acres located north of Deep River on Fall Creek about 1.5 miles above the mouth. Drury Richeson and John Trapps Senr. were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: John and Elisabeth May deeded to David Stroud 1772]

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
Drury Richardson listed $337 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Drewry Richardson listed $464 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1779, Sep 18 -- Land Grant #1883, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Chason received 100 acres located on Morter Glade of Buffalo Creek adjoining Drury Richardson. Isaac Pennington and David Argo were chain carriers.

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

1786, Feb 14 -- Land Grant #235, Moore County, NC
William Hardin received 200 acres located south of Deep River on both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining McNeill and England. William Richardson and Drury Richardson were chain carriers.

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

1787, Nov 25 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#116 Drury Richardson entered 50 acres southeast of Bear Creek below the Waggon Ford.

1788, Feb 14 -- Land Grant #285, Moore County, NC
William Richardson received 100 acres located on Holly Branch of Buffalo Creek. Robert Richardson and Drury Richardson were chain carriers.

1788, Feb 15 -- Land Grant #246, Moore County, NC
Drury Richardson received 50 acres located southwest of Bear Creek below the Waggon Ford adjoining Nall. William Richardson and Robert Richardson 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 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.

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#142 Nicholas Nall entered 250 acres south of Bear Creek adjoining Drury Richardson.

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#143 Drury Richardson entered 50 acres on Buffalow Creek adjoining his own line.

1788, Nov 22 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#163 Drury Richardson entered 50 acres southeast of Buffalo Creek adjoining his own line.

1789, Oct 13 -- Land Grant #316, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Cooper received 50 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining Maner and Naul. Benjn. Cooper Junr. and Drury Richardson were chain carriers.

1789, Oct 13 -- Land Grant #321, Moore County, NC
William Richardson received 50 acres located on Kings Street adjoining his own line. Robt. Richardson and Drury Richardson were chain carriers.

1789, Oct 13 -- Land Grant #329, Moore County, NC
Drury Richardson received 50 acres located west of Buffalo Creek adjoining William Richardson. Robt. Richardson and William Richardson were chain carriers.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
Drury Richardson
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 1M
3F

1790, Feb 16,18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 256-257,263
Drury Richardson records his mark to be 2 smooth crops and 2 crops underneath.

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, Oct 7 -- Land Grant #384, Moore County, NC
Drury Richardson received 50 acres located on Buffalo Creek adjoining Zachariah Smith. Cayal Johnson and William Richardson were chain carriers.

1793, Feb 7 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#580 Drury Richardson entered 50 acres north of Buffalo Creek adjoining William Richardson.

1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records, Box 3
Drury Richardson 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]

1796, Aug 14 -- Land Grant #2030, Moore County, NC
Drury Richardson received 100 acres located on Buffalo Creek adjoining his own line. Mikijor Brewer and Robert Richardson were chain carriers.

1797, May 27 -- Land Grant #1292, Moore County, NC
William Richardson received 50 acres located on Kings Street adjoining his own line and Joseph Geason/Chason. Drury Richardson and John Ritter were chain carriers.

1797, May 27 -- Land Grant #0108, Moore County, NC
John Ritter received 50 acres located on both sides of Morter Glade adjoining Joseph Geason. Drury Richardson and Jno. Ritter were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1797, Jul 8 -- Land Grant #1440, Moore County, NC
John Ritter received 50 acres located on both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining Pennington, his own line (known as Juck's Place). Drury Richardson and Jesse Ritter were chain carriers.

1797, Dec 19 -- Land Grant #1186, Moore County, NC
Drury Richardson received 50 acres located on both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining his own line and John Ritter. Mikagor Brewer and John Ritter were chain carriers.

1798, Oct 8 -- Land Grant #1444, Moore County, NC
William Richardson received 75 acres located on Kings Street south of Buffalo Creek adjoining Joseph McGee, his own line and Joseph Geason. Drury Richardson and John Ritter were chain carriers.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 73
Drury Richardson
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1F
(10-16) 1M

1802, Oct 8 -- Land Grant #1634, Moore County, NC
Joseph McGee received 200 acres located west of Buffalo Creek adjoining his own line, Richardson and Ritter. D. Richardson and Mikajah Brewer were chain carriers.

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 609
Drewry Richardson
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M
(0-10) 1M 1F

1811, Apr 15 -- Will Book A, Page 271, Moore County, NC
Will of Drury Richardson, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Sally [all my land on both sides of the King Street], daughter Sally Writter, son Edward Richardson, son Robert Richardson, daughter Letha Cooper, daughter Eliza Writter, daughter Oma Brewer, deceased son William Richardson and son-in-law John Writter. Executors: Bryan Boroughs and John Writter. Witnesses: Aaron Smith and B. Boroughs. Proven May 1811.

1811, May [After] -- Will Book A Page 332, Moore County, NC
Estate of Drury Richardson, Dec'd. by Administrator John Richardson. [Editor's Note: No date given on actual inventory, but the date was estimated using probate date of Will above.] 
Richardson, Drury (I04119)
 
172 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]

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, 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.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunnicutt Junr. listed $104 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunnicutt Junr. listed $400 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunicut Jr. listed $800 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
John Hunicut Jr. listed $510 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 200 acres valued at $225 in Captain Duckworth's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
J. Hunnicut Jur. listed $133 in Captain John Hunnicut's District  
Hunnicutt, John Jr. (I49468)
 
173 1769 -- Regulators Petition
Anson County residents John Sowel, Wm. Sowel, Samuel Sowel, Charles Sowell and Lewis Sowell were listed as signers
http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/document/csr08-0060
***unclear if this is the same Charles Sowell

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Charles Sowel listed $100 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.

1785, Apr 12 -- Land Grant #387, Montgomery County, NC
Jeremiah Manascon received 100 acres on a branch of Cabbin Creek including Charles Sowell's improvement. Joseph Parsons Esq. and William Trent Jr. were chain carriers.

1789, Feb 6 -- Deed Book 1 Page 173, Montgomery County, NC
Jeremiah Manaschon deeded Jonathan Carpenter 100 acres on a branch of Cabbin Creek including Charles Sowell's improvement. Joseph Parsons and Abraham Cochran were witnesses.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 70
Charles Sewell
(45+) 1M 2F
(10-16) 3M
(0-10) 2F

1805, Oct 31 -- Land Grant #1904, Moore County, NC
Charles Sowell received 100 acres located on Flag Creek adjoining Mary Hines and his own line. Thomas Williams and Leonard Furr Junr. were chain carriers.

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 611
Charles Sowel
(45+) 1M 1F
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 1M

1810, Aug-1811 -- Moore County, NC Will Book A, Page 330
Estate of Benjn. Britt, Dec'd. by Administrator Francis Bullock. Debts to the estate: George Hundsucker, Murdoch McAulay, D. Gillis, Richd. Hollin, John Kees, Sollomon Carpenter, Levy Deaton, Charles Sowell and William Kees. [Editor's Note: estate is undated; the belief is it took place during 1810 or 1811 given his death in Jul/Aug 1810.]

1810, Aug 23 -- Land Grant #2034, Moore County, NC
Charles Sowell received 50 acres located on Flag Creek adjoining his own line, George Cagle, Graham, Leonard Furr, Jacob Furr and Williams. George Cagle and Jeremiah Williams were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: William Williams deeded to Leonard Furr 1811 --> George Davis 1838]

1811, Aug 2 -- Land Grant #2145, Moore County, NC
Jacob Furr received 150 acres located on Pond Branch of Flag Creek adjoining Leonard Furr Junr., his own line, Charles Sowel and Thomas Graham. Charles Sowel and Bartholomew Dunn were chain carriers.

1815 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Charles Sowell listed 172 acres valued at $100

1817, Sep 11 -- Land Grant #2324, Moore County, NC
William Jones received 25 acres located west of Flag Creek adjoining his own line, Christopher/Christian Stutts, Bartholomew Dunn, George Williams, Hector McLean and Charles Sowell. Barthol. Dunn and Wm. Williams were chain carriers.

1817, Sep 15 -- Land Grant #2569, Moore County, NC
William Williams received 40 acres located on Flag Creek adjoining Bartholomew Dunn, Leonard Furr and Charles Sowell. Barthol. Dunn and Charles Sowell were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to George Davis 1823

1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Charles Sowell listed 172 acres valued at $100

1823, Nov 21 -- County Court Minutes
Hiram Kennedy v. Charles Sowell

1823, Dec 3 -- Deed Book 95 Page 20, Moore County, NC
William Williams deeded George Davis 40 acres located on Flag Creek adjoining Leonard Furr and Charles Sowell. William Dunn and Charles Sowell were witnesses.

1825, Aug -- County Accounts, Moore County, NC
1825, Aug -- Index to Trial Docket, Moore County, NC
Charles Sowell v. Thomas Williams

1826, Nov 18 -- Estate of Henry Melton, Moore County, NC
1 note on Charles Sowell and James Hains for $7.50

1826, Nov 21 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
A deed from Charles Sowell to George Davis was recorded by Matthew Williams

1829, Mar 23 -- Land Grant #2795, Moore County, NC
Charles Sowell listed as a Neighbor on John Cagle's 16 acre Land Grant located South of Cabin Creek

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 480
Charles Seawell
(80-90) 1M
(70-80) 1F

1830, Feb 4 -- Will of Charles Sowell, Moore County, NC
Wife -- Nancy
Mentions : friend George Davis and Davis' sister Sarah
Executor -- George Davis, James Hains
Witness -- George Adams, William Cagle, Henry Cagle

1830, Feb 20 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
A Deed from Nancy Sowell and William Williams to George Davis is acknowledged by William Jones

1830, May 8 -- Deed, Moore County, NC
William Williams and Nancy Sowell deeded George Davis 50 acres located on Flag Creek

1831, Feb 22 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
Will of Charles Sowell, decd. proven by George Adams
George Davis qualified as Executor

1831, May 26 -- County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC
George Davis, Executor of Charles Sowell, decd. returned Inventory of Estate 
Sowell, Charles (I20879)
 
174 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 [Flag] Creek including a plantation. John Kegle, Simon Hart and George Kegle were witnesses.

1770, Jul 16 -- Deed Book 3 Page 524, Cumberland County, NC
John Cagle, Henry Sides, Casper Clob, Peter Sides and Doratha Elizabeth Sides appointed Simon Hart as their attorney to recover from John Waginer and Michael Heller of Sorkney, PA their part of the estate of Andrew Felsinger, Dec'd. together with the part of Doratha Sides, which she left and granted the attorney to recover. William Manes, Joseph Williams and George Cagle were witnesses.

1772, Mar 9 -- Land Grant #1112, Cumberland County, NC
Simon Heart received 100 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining William Manes Junr. John Cagill and Simon Heart were chain carriers.

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

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Simon Hart listed $300 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Simon Hart listed in Captain John Cox's District. Taxable property was estimated between $150-600.

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

1785, May 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 33
Deed from Simon Hart to William Reed was acknowledged

1786, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 87
Simon Hart was exempted from paying poll Tax for 1785.

1786, Nov 20 -- Will Book A Page 309, Moore County, NC
Indenture between Martha Cotes and Simon and wife Margreet Hart. Famariah Cotes [age 10 years on Aug 20] to be bound to Simon and Margreet Hart until age 18. Vincent Davis and Benjn. Stewart were witnesses.

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 200
Will of Simon Hart, Dec'd. was proven by John Cagle and George Cagle.

1789, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 230
Administration of the Estate of Simon Hart Dec'd. granted to Margret Hart with John Cagle and John Bullock as securities.

1790, Feb 16 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 257
Ordered that Wm. Dunn (Wet Creek) be taken as surety for the Administration of Simon Hart's estate in place of John Cagle.

1791, May 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 309
Ordered that the Administration of the estate of Simon Hart be void and all papers belonging to anyone be given to Bartholomew Dunn except the administration bond which should be given to John Cagle.

 
Hart, Simon (I49324)
 
175 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.

1770, Jul 16 -- Deed Book 3 Page 524, Cumberland County, NC
John Cagle, Henry Sides, Casper Clob, Peter Sides and Doratha Elizabeth Sides appointed Simon Hart as their attorney to recover from John Waginer and Michael Heller of Sorkney, PA their part of the estate of Andrew Felsinger, dec'd, together with the part of Doratha Sides, which she left and granted the attorney to recover. William Manes, Joseph Williams and George Cagle were witnesses

1773, May 24 -- Land Grant #1232, Cumberland County, NC
George Kagill received 150 acres located on Bear Creek adjoining Simon Heart. John Cagill and Simon Heart were chain carriers.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Cagle listed $120 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

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

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Keagle listed $1900 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Kegle listed in Captain John Cox's District. Taxable property was estimated between $980-3920.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
George Cagle listed $90 in Captain John Cox's District

1784, Aug 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 6
Ordered that George Kagle be appointed overseer of the road from Bear Creek to the Randolph County Line.

1785, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 16
George Cagle records his mark as a cross and 2 slits in left and niche in right.

1786, Aug 21-23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 109
Ordered that Geo. Cagle be exempt from poll Tax for 1786.

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 200
Will of Simon Hart, Dec'd. was proven by John Cagle and George Cagle.

1789, Mar 3 -- Land Grant #344, Moore County, NC
Leonard Cagle received 50 acres located on Bear Creek including his mill and adjoining his own line and William Garner. Adam Comer and George Cagle were chain carriers.

1790 -- Census, Montgomery County, NC Page 410
George Casle
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 3M
3F

1800 -- Census, Montgomery County, NC Page 508
George Cagle
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 3M 1F
(10-16) 2M 1F

1810 -- Census, Montgomery County, NC Page 46-B
Geo. Cagle
(45+) 1M 1F
(10-16) 2F


 
Cagle, George (I36244)
 
176 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.

1772, Oct 27 -- Deed Book 5 Page 129, Cumberland County, NC
James Russel deeded Conner Dowd 400 acres located on Deep River and Governors Creek. Benjamin Shields and Elisha Hunter were witnesses.

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

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

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Sheals listed $220 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Sheals listed $120 of taxable property (horses and cattle) in Captain Duckworth's District

1781-1782 -- Memoir, Narrative of Colonel David Fanning, Page 19-21
Named among Loyalist Companies in Randolph County: Benj. Shields, Lt. (still in NC).

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

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.

1786, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 87
Deed from John Thorton to William Harden was proven by Benjn. Shields
Two deeds from Richardson Feagan to John Overton were proven by Benjn. Shields

1787, Feb 19-22 -- 1785-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 139-145
Deed from Richardson Feagan to Benjn. Sheilds was proven by Geo. Glascock
Deed from Richdson. Feagan to William Hancock was proven by Benjn. Shields

1787, Aug 23 -- 1785-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 169
Administration of the estate of George Glascock Dec'd. given to Patty Glascock with Benjn. Sheals and William Finley as securities.

1788, Feb 9 -- Will Book A Page 235-236, Moore County, NC
Will of William Davis, Dec'd. Heirs: son William Davis, son John Davis [320 acres in Wake County], son-in-law Benj. Cooper, son-in-law Henry Person, grandson Willis Davis [250 acres], wife Sarah Davis. Executors: son William Davis and Benj. Sheales. Witnesses: Benjn. Sheales and Sarah Cooper.

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 22 -- Land Grant #233, Moore County, NC
William Davis received 50 acres located north of Deep River adjoining his own line. Benjamin Seals [Shields] and Patrick Dowd were chain carriers.

1788, May 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 196-197
The will of William Davis was proven by Benj. Shields and Sar. Cooper. William Davis and Benj. Shields were duly qualified as executors.

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 12 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 225
Deed from Richardson Feagin to William Hardin was proven by B. Shields

1789, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 229
Administration of the estate of Joseph Gilbert Dec'd. be granted to Benj. Tison with Thomas Tison and Benj. Shields as securities.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 158
Benjamin Sheals
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 5M
3F

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 Near Brewer be appointed overseer of the road on the other side of the River to the Chatham line and have the following hands to work: Benjn. Shields, Wm. Davis, Sarah Davis, James Brady, Eial Johnston, Wm. Cook, Benjn. Elkins, Isaac Teague, Drury Brewer and Micajah Brewer.

1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records, Box 3
Benjn. Shields 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 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 513
Deed from Robert Davis to Zachary Davis was proven by Benjn. Shields

1795, May 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 521
The nuncupative will of James Loman Dec'd was proven by Benjamin Shields and James Harden. Edward Epps (the next of kin) was also present. Heirs: Patty Epps (daughter of Edward Epps) and John Epps (son of Edward Epps). Loman died the last day of April 1795.

1799, May 14-Nov -- Estate, Chatham County, NC
Estate of John Powers, Dec'd. David Powers was named administrator with Joseph Gilliland, James Deaton and John Thompson as securities. John Powers died May 3, 1799. Petition for division of 200 acres located on Cedar Creek. Edmond Waddill, Jos. Lambert and Joseph Gilliland (with John Argo as witness) divided among the following heirs: widow Susannah Powers, James Powers, David Powers, Moses and Karey Kidd and George and Elizabeth Railey. Items from the estate were purchased by: Susanna Powers, David Powers, Jams. Powers, Wm. Campbell, Joseph Hix, Henry Powers, Levi Lawler, Moses Kidd, Greel Norton, Wm. Searcy, Eldredg Deaton, John Vandeford and Benjamin Shields.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 42
Benjamin Shields
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 2M
(10-16) 1M 1F

1800, Oct 13 -- Land Grant #1769, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Shields received 100 acres located north of Deep River on Pates Creek adjoining his own line and the Speculators. Niell Shields and James Shields were chain carriers.

1803, Dec 13 -- Land Grant #1813, Moore County, NC
Peter Graves received 100 acres located on the waters of Fall Creek and the [Chatham] County line adjoining Widow Parsons and his own line. Abner Phillips and Benjn. Shields were chain carriers.

1803, Dec 13 -- Land Grant #1814, Moore County, NC
William Davis received 400 acres located north of Deep River adjoining his own line. Robt. Wilson and Benjn. Shields were chain carriers.

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.
 
Shields, Benjamin (I17188)
 
177 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. 
Sheffield, Mark (I21233)
 
178 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.

1770, Oct 9 -- Deed Book 4 Page 233, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Atkinson deeded Joseph Cheston 100 acres located on Richland Creek and Weirs Branch. James Muse and Elizabeth Cheston were witnesses.

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 113, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Atkinson deeded Richard Lyon and Co. 100 acres located on Richland Creek on a ridge between Locust and McCallums Branch. James Muse and Connor Dowd were witnesses.

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

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Benjn. Atkinson listed $145 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Atkinson listed $200-800 (not given in) of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Atkinson listed in Captain Duckworth's District. Taxable property was estimated between $100-400.

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC. Benjamin Atkinson listed $100-400 in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1791, Jan 25-- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#327 Jesse Upton and Richard Upton entered 100 acres on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek including Benjamin Atkinson's improvement.

1792, Jul 17 -- Land Grant #470, Moore County, NC
Jesse Upton and Richard Upton received 100 acres located on Long Branch of McCallums Fork including Benjamin Atkinson's improvement. Joseph Dunn Junr. and John Atkinson were chain carriers.

1794, Feb 25 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#734 Donald McQueen entered 100 acres adjoining Benjamin Atkinson and Honsucker.

1799, Dec 5 -- Land Grant #1564, Moore County, NC
Donald McQueen received 100 acres located on McCollums Branch on both sides of the Waggon Road adjoining his own line, Benjamin Atkinson and Hunsucker. Angus McQueen and John McIntosh were chain carriers.
 
Atkinson, Benjamin (I49356)
 
179 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] 
Feagin, George (I49317)
 
180 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 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.

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.

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

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Anthony Seals listed $100 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Anthony Seale listed $670 of taxable property in Captain Hunnicutt's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Antony listed $440 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 200 acres valued at $270 in Captain Seal's District

1780, Jun 10 -- Will, Cumberland County, NC
Will of James Muse, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Charity [Maner plantation where I now live and negroes Jo and Pen], son Daniel Muse [300 acres and 150 acres], son James Muse [plantation where he now lives and 150 acres joining Striblings Folly], daughter Ferriba Seale [200 acres where she now lives and negro girl Chloe], son Jesse Muse [the old plantation and 150 acres joining the Cain Patch], son Thos. Muse [150 acres at the mouth of the Mill Swamp formerly Charles Seal's and 150 acres between John Howell's and my old place], daughter Mary Muse [negro girl Venis], daughter Charity Muse [under age 16 -- negro girl Rachel], daughter Lidda Muse [200 acres joining Anthony Seal and taken up by Anthony Seal of Virginia and next child of negro women Pen], daughter Elizabeth Muse [under age 16 - 150 acres on the Mill Swamp joining Anthony Seal and taken up by Anthony Seal of Virginia and 300 acres on Road joining Morison], son Kindred Muse [Maner plantation where on he now lives -- at his Mother's death] and daughter Martha Muse [under age 16 - negro girl Luce]. Executors: wife Charity and sons Daniel and Jesse Muse. Witnesses: John Howell and Hannah Dun/Dean. Proven 1782.

1785, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 19
Two deeds from Anthony Seal to James Muse were proven by Daniel Muse

1786, Mar 25 -- Land Grant #28, Moore County, NC
Anthony Seal received 100 acres located on Runnels Branch adjoining Wm. Cox and Danl. McNeill. Thos. Egerton [Agerton] and Ralph Davis were chain carriers.

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, Anthony III (I39738)
 
181 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. 
Shields, Reuben (I40088)
 
182 1770, Feb 22 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1. Page 45, Alamance County, NC
Cornelius Tison, son of Cornelius and Jean Tyson, of Cumberland County and Arcada Benbow, daughter of Powel and Elizabeth Benbow of Cumberland County were married at the Barnes Meeting House on Deep River in Cumberland County. James Barns, Thomas Tison, Jacob Barns, Cornelius Tison, Jean Tison, Powel Benbow, Elizabeth Benbow, Elizabeth Cheston, Richard Tison, Benjamin Tison and Sabra Gilbert were present and served as witnesses.

1774, Jul 15 -- Deed Book 6 Page 353, Cumberland County, NC
Cornelius Tyson deeded John Carrel 300 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Thornton. Benjamin Tyson and Conner Dowd were witnesses.

1774, Oct 24 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1 Page 62, Alamance County, NC
Benjamin Tison, son of Cornelius and Jane Tyson, of Cumberland County and Ann Mayner, daughter of Henry (Dec'd.) and Jane Mayner of Chatham County were married. Jeremiah Piggott, Abigail Pike, Thomas Vestal, Mary Brooks, Margery Buckingham, Cornelius Tison, Jane Tison, Jane Mayner, Rachel Piggott, Sarah Bray, Sarah Tyson, Thomas Tyson, Richard Tyson and Katharine Tyson were present and served as witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Benjn. Tyson listed $300 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Tyson listed $1200 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Benjamin Tison listed $570-2280 (not given in) of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1786, Nov 2 -- Centre [Quaker] Meeting Records (1775-1930) Page 55, Guilford County, NC
Aaron Tyson, son of Cornelius and Jane Tyson, of the Cane Creek Meeting and Lydia Beals, daughter of William and Rachel Beals, of Centre Meeting were married at the Centre Meeting House in Guilford County. Matthew Ozburn, Robert Hodgson, Samuel Stanton, Aaron Coffin, Mary Ozburn, Rachel Green, Elizabeth Dicks, Robert Lamb, Joseph Macy, Benjamin Coffin, Daniel Worth, William Hoggard, Susanna Beal, Mary Reynolds, Mary Gilbert, Jane Tyson, Benjamin Tyson, John Beals, James Dicks, Hannah Hoggard, Jane Womble and Margaret Hoggard were present and served as witnesses.

1789, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 229
Administration of the estate of Joseph Gilbert Dec'd. be granted to Benj. Tison with Thomas Tison and Benj. Shields as securities.

1789-1790 [undated estimate] -- Estate, Moore County, NC Will Book A, Page 346-347
Inventory of the Estate of Joseph Gilbert, Dec'd. by Administrator Benjamin Tyson. [Editor's Note: No date given on actual inventory, but the date was estimated using reference above.]

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
Benjamin Tison
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 1M
3F

1791, Jan 6 -- Land Grant #377, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Tyson received 640 acres located on Deep River and Smiths Creek adjoining Gabriel Johnston. Charles Dowd and Duncan Murry were chain carriers.

1791, Aug 8 -- 1781-1785 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Page 96-97, Chatham County, NC
Benjamin and Aaron Tyson have leave to keep a ferry over Deep River at the place Jonathan Barns formerly did and enter into bond with Corneleous Dowd. Benjamin and Aaron Tyson have leave to build a water grist mill at the place Conner Dowd's Mill formerly stood.

1792, Mar 12 -- Deed Book G Page 216-217, Chatham County, NC
Jonathan Barnes (of Chatham County) deeded Benjamin Tyson and Aaron Tyson (of Moore County) 1 acre located north of Deep River including the Barns' Meeting House for the benefit and privilege of the Quaker society adjoining John Wilkins. Josnan. Barns, Jeremiah Barns and Archd. McBryde were witnesses.

1794, Feb 9 -- Will Book A Page 173, Moore County, NC
Will of Joseph McGee, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Milly; children -- Abraham McGee [under 20]; Suckey McGee; Jacob McGee; Penny McGee, Tempy McGee, Macajah McGee, Elizabeth McGee, Chiles McGee, Judith McGee, Joseph McGee. Executors: Edmond Wadill and Benjamin Tyson. Witnesses: Jam. Person and Elizabeth Person. Proven Feb 1794.

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 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 526
Deed from Cornelius Tyson to Joseph Gilbert was proven by Benjn. Tyson

1795, Nov 17-18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 540-541
Benjamin Gilbert is appointed guardian to his three brothers: John Gilbert, Cornelius Gilbert and James Gilbert having entered bond. Settlement of the estate of Joseph Gilbert Dec'd. was returned by Benjamin Tyson, Administrator.

1797, Mar 12 -- Will Book A Page 190-192, Moore County, NC
Will of Jane Tyson, Dec'd. Heirs: granddaughter Jane Tyson [of Benjamin], Jane Tyson [of Thomas], granddaughter Jane Tyson [of Aaron], granddaughter Jane Hopson, granddaughter Jane Moore, granddaughter Jane Stinson, daughter Jane Womble, daughter Sabra Gilbert, daughter Rebekah Myrick, daughter Sarah Stinson, grandson William Tyson, son Richard Tyson, son Benjamin Tyson, son Thomas Tyson, son Aaron Tyson, and children of deceased son Cornelius Tyson (Jane Hopson, Elizabeth Tyson and Thomas Tyson). Executors: son Benjamin Tyson and son Aaron Tyson. Witnesses: A. McBryde, M. McKenzie and Wilson Gilbert. Proven May 1797.

1797, Apr 6 -- Land Grant #1023, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Tyson received 35 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Thomas Tyson, David Allison and Governor Johnston. Thomas Tyson and John Graham were chain carriers.

1797, Jul 3 -- Land Grant #1036, Moore County, NC
Thomas Tyson received 200 acres located on south of Deep River adjoining Johnston, own line and Benjamin Tyson. Benjamin Tyson and Seth Barns were chain carriers.

1797, Dec 8 -- Land Grant #1024, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Tyson received 12 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Connor Dowd, Governor Johnston and Aaron Tyson. Aaron Tyson and Seth Barnes were chain carriers.

1799, Oct 7 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol.1 Page 195, Alamance County, NC
Isaac Johnson, son of Jesse and Hannah Johnson, of Chatham County and Elizabeth Tyson, daughter of Cornelius and Arcada Tyson, of Moore County were married at the Friends Meeting House on Deep River. John Johnson, Aaron Tyson, Edm. Ratliff, Sarah Barnes, Moses Myrick, Thomas Tyson Senr., Joseph Hobson, Jean Hobson, Thomas Tyson, Isaac Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Jesse Johnson, Hanah Johnson and Benjamin Tyson were present and served as witnesses.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 60
Benjamin Tyson
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 2F
(16-26) 2M 2F
(10-16) 1M 1F
(0-10) 2F

1807, Jul [undated estimate] -- Estate, Moore County, NC Will Book A, Page 357-361
Inventory of the Estate of Benjamin Tyson, Dec'd. by Administrator Edward Moore. [Editor's Note: No date given on actual inventory, but the date was estimated using known date of death 30 Jun 1807.] 
Tyson, Benjamin (I39524)
 
183 1770, Feb 22 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1. Page 45, Alamance County, NC
Cornelius Tison, son of Cornelius and Jean Tyson, of Cumberland County and Arcada Benbow, daughter of Powel and Elizabeth Benbow of Cumberland County were married at the Barnes Meeting House on Deep River in Cumberland County. James Barns, Thomas Tison, Jacob Barns, Cornelius Tison, Jean Tison, Powel Benbow, Elizabeth Benbow, Elizabeth Cheston, Richard Tison, Benjamin Tison and Sabra Gilbert were present and served as witnesses.

1774, Oct 24 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1 Page 62, Alamance County, NC
Benjamin Tison, son of Cornelius and Jane Tyson, of Cumberland County and Ann Mayner, daughter of Henry (Dec'd.) and Jane Mayner of Chatham County were married. Jeremiah Piggott, Abigail Pike, Thomas Vestal, Mary Brooks, Margery Buckingham, Cornelius Tison, Jane Tison, Jane Mayner, Rachel Piggott, Sarah Bray, Sarah Tyson, Thomas Tyson, Richard Tyson and Katharine Tyson were present and served as witnesses.

1786, Nov 2 -- Centre [Quaker] Meeting Records (1775-1930) Page 55, Guilford County, NC
Aaron Tyson, son of Cornelius and Jane Tyson, of the Cane Creek Meeting and Lydia Beals, daughter of William and Rachel Beals, of Centre Meeting were married at the Centre Meeting House in Guilford County. Matthew Ozburn, Robert Hodgson, Samuel Stanton, Aaron Coffin, Mary Ozburn, Rachel Green, Elizabeth Dicks, Robert Lamb, Joseph Macy, Benjamin Coffin, Daniel Worth, William Hoggard, Susanna Beal, Mary Reynolds, Mary Gilbert, Jane Tyson, Benjamin Tyson, John Beals, James Dicks, Hannah Hoggard, Jane Womble and Margaret Hoggard were present and served as witnesses.

1790, Apr 8 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Records (1756) Vol. 1 Page 142, Alamance County, NC
Joseph Hobson, son of William and Sarah Hobson, (of Chatham County) and Jane Tyson, daughter of Cornelius and Arcada Tison, (of Moore County) were married at the Meeting House at Deep River. Cornelius Tyson, Wm. Hobson, Jane Tyson, Lydia Tyson, Ann Tyson, George Hobson, Hannah Hobson, Aaron Tyson, William Hobson, Nathan Dixon, Hugh Moffitt, Daniel Smith and Hannah Moffitt were present and served as witnesses.

1797, Mar 12 -- Will Book A Page 190-192, Moore County, NC
Will of Jane Tyson, Dec'd. Heirs: granddaughter Jane Tyson [of Benjamin], Jane Tyson [of Thomas], granddaughter Jane Tyson [of Aaron], granddaughter Jane Hopson, granddaughter Jane Moore, granddaughter Jane Stinson, daughter Jane Womble, daughter Sabra Gilbert, daughter Rebekah Myrick, daughter Sarah Stinson, grandson William Tyson, son Richard Tyson, son Benjamin Tyson, son Thomas Tyson, son Aaron Tyson, and children of deceased son Cornelius Tyson (Jane Hopson, Elizabeth Tyson and Thomas Tyson). Executors: son Benjamin Tyson and son Aaron Tyson. Witnesses: A. McBryde, M. McKenzie and Wilson Gilbert. Proven May 1797.
 
Cheek, Jane (I39517)
 
184 1770, Feb 22 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1. Page 45, Alamance County, NC
Cornelius Tison, son of Cornelius and Jean Tyson, of Cumberland County and Arcada Benbow, daughter of Powel and Elizabeth Benbow of Cumberland County were married at the Barnes Meeting House on Deep River in Cumberland County. James Barns, Thomas Tison, Jacob Barns, Cornelius Tison, Jean Tison, Powel Benbow, Elizabeth Benbow, Elizabeth Cheston, Richard Tison, Benjamin Tison and Sabra Gilbert were present and served as witnesses.

1774, Oct 24 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1 Page 62, Alamance County, NC
Benjamin Tison, son of Cornelius and Jane Tyson, of Cumberland County and Ann Mayner, daughter of Henry (Dec'd.) and Jane Mayner of Chatham County were married. Jeremiah Piggott, Abigail Pike, Thomas Vestal, Mary Brooks, Margery Buckingham, Cornelius Tison, Jane Tison, Jane Mayner, Rachel Piggott, Sarah Bray, Sarah Tyson, Thomas Tyson, Richard Tyson and Katharine Tyson were present and served as witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Tyson listed $300 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Tyson listed $1400 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
T. Tyson listed $222 in Captain John Hunnicut's District

1786, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 82
Ordered that negro Will the property of Jams. Barnes Dec'd. be freed pursuant to his will and Thos. Tyson be security for good behavior.

1787, May 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 153
Ordered that the following Justice be appointed to take the list of taxable property for 1787: Thos. Tyson Esq. in District #1

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.

1789, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 229
Administration of the estate of Joseph Gilbert Dec'd. be granted to Benj. Tison with Thomas Tison and Benj. Shields as securities.

1789-1790 [undated estimate] -- Estate, Moore County, NC Will Book A, Page 346-347
Inventory of the Estate of Joseph Gilbert, Dec'd. by Administrator Benjamin Tyson. [Editor's Note: No date given on actual inventory, but the date was estimated using reference above.]

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 159
Thomas Tison
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 4M
4F

1791, May 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 307
Ordered that Thomas Tyson, Esq. take the list of taxable property for 1791 in Capt. Cheeks District.

1792, May 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 349
Ordered that Thomas Tison, Richard Street and John Carrell be appointed to lay off widow's dowry for Jos. Gilbert, Dec'd.

1793, Feb 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 387
Deed from John Phillips to Mark Phillips was proven by Thomas Tyson Esq.

1793, May 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 400
Deed from Thomas Tyson to Samuel Womble was acknowledged

1794, Aug 12 -- Land Grant #1033, Moore County, NC
Thomas Tyson received 150 acres located on south of Deep River and both sides of the Waggon Road adjoining Benjamin Tyson. Joshua Tyson and Archd. McBride were chain carriers.

1797, Apr 6 -- Land Grant #1023, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Tyson received 35 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Thomas Tyson, David Allison and Governor Johnston. Thomas Tyson and John Graham were chain carriers.

1797, Jul 3 -- Land Grant #1036, Moore County, NC
Thomas Tyson received 200 acres located on south of Deep River adjoining Johnston, own line and Benjamin Tyson. Benjamin Tyson and Seth Barns were chain carriers.

1797, Jul 4 -- Land Grant #1037, Moore County, NC
Thomas Tyson received 19 acres located on Smith's Creek of Deep River adjoining Benjamin Tyson, David Allison and Richard Dowd. Kenneth Murchison and Danl. McRae were chain carriers.

1799, Oct 7 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol.1 Page 195, Alamance County, NC
Isaac Johnson, son of Jesse and Hannah Johnson, of Chatham County and Elizabeth Tyson, daughter of Cornelius and Arcada Tyson, of Moore County were married at the Friends Meeting House on Deep River. John Johnson, Aaron Tyson, Edm. Ratliff, Sarah Barnes, Moses Myrick, Thomas Tyson Senr., Joseph Hobson, Jean Hobson, Thomas Tyson, Isaac Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Jesse Johnson, Hanah Johnson and Benjamin Tyson were present and served as witnesses.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 44
Thomas Tyson
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(16-26) 3M 1F
(10-16) 2M
(0-10) 2M 2F
3 Slaves

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 618
Thomas Tyson
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 2M 2F
(0-10) 2M 2F
5 Slaves 
Tyson, Thomas (I39531)
 
185 1770, Feb 22 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1. Page 45, Alamance County, NC
Cornelius Tison, son of Cornelius and Jean Tyson, of Cumberland County and Arcada Benbow, daughter of Powel and Elizabeth Benbow of Cumberland County were married at the Barnes Meeting House on Deep River in Cumberland County. James Barns, Thomas Tison, Jacob Barns, Cornelius Tison, Jean Tison, Powel Benbow, Elizabeth Benbow, Elizabeth Cheston, Richard Tison, Benjamin Tison and Sabra Gilbert were present and served as witnesses.

1774, Oct 24 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1 Page 62, Alamance County, NC
Benjamin Tison, son of Cornelius and Jane Tyson, of Cumberland County and Ann Mayner, daughter of Henry (Dec'd.) and Jane Mayner of Chatham County were married. Jeremiah Piggott, Abigail Pike, Thomas Vestal, Mary Brooks, Margery Buckingham, Cornelius Tison, Jane Tison, Jane Mayner, Rachel Piggott, Sarah Bray, Sarah Tyson, Thomas Tyson, Richard Tyson and Katharine Tyson were present and served as witnesses. 
Tyson, Richard (I39532)
 
186 1770, Feb 22 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1. Page 45, Alamance County, NC
Cornelius Tison, son of Cornelius and Jean Tyson, of Cumberland County and Arcada Benbow, daughter of Powel and Elizabeth Benbow of Cumberland County were married at the Barnes Meeting House on Deep River in Cumberland County. James Barns, Thomas Tison, Jacob Barns, Cornelius Tison, Jean Tison, Powel Benbow, Elizabeth Benbow, Elizabeth Cheston, Richard Tison, Benjamin Tison and Sabra Gilbert were present and served as witnesses.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 163
Sibra Gilbert
(0-16) 3M
3F

1793, Nov 24 -- Land Grant #1367, Chatham County, NC
Sabra Gilbert received 50 acres located on Line Creek adjoining Joseph Gilbert, Dec'd. Robert Moore and Benjn. Gilbert were chain carriers.

1798, Sep 14 -- Land Grant #1491, Moore County, NC
Sebrah Gilbert received 50 acres located north of Deep River on the Chatham County line adjoining Joseph Gilbert, Governor Johnston and Powell Benbow. Ben Gilbert and John Upton were chain carriers.

1800 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 223
Seblry Gilbert
(45+) 1F
(16-26) 2M
(10-16) 1M

1810 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 204
Sabra Gilbert
(45+) 1F
(26-45) 1M

1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Sabra Gilbert listed 100 acres valued at $100 
Tyson, Sabra (I39527)
 
187 1770, Feb 22 -- Cane Creek [Quaker] Meeting Marriages Vol. 1. Page 45, Alamance County, NC
Cornelius Tison, son of Cornelius and Jean Tyson, of Cumberland County and Arcada Benbow, daughter of Powel and Elizabeth Benbow of Cumberland County were married at the Barnes Meeting House on Deep River in Cumberland County. James Barns, Thomas Tison, Jacob Barns, Cornelius Tison, Jean Tison, Powel Benbow, Elizabeth Benbow, Elizabeth Cheston, Richard Tison, Benjamin Tison and Sabra Gilbert were present and served as witnesses.
 
Tyson, Cornelius Jr. (I39528)
 
188 1770, Jul 16 -- Deed Book 3 Page 524, Cumberland County, NC
John Cagle, Henry Sides, Casper Clob, Peter Sides and Doratha Elizabeth Sides appointed Simon Hart as their attorney to recover from John Waginer and Michael Heller of Sorkney, PA their part of the estate of Andrew Felsinger, Dec'd. together with the part of Doratha Sides, which she left and granted the attorney to recover. William Manes, Joseph Williams and George Cagle were witnesses. 
Felsinger, Andrew (I46942)
 
189 1770, Jul 7 -- Land Grant #1018, Cumberland County, NC
Peter Shamburger received 200 acres located on Grassy Creek adjoining John Williamson. John Williamson and Elisabeth Shamburger were chain carriers.

1772, Jan 31 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Ordered that Peter Shamburger bring into court an orphan girl named Ann so she can be bound by the court.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Peter Shamberger listed $174 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

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

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Peter Shamburgar listed $824 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 100 acres valued at $270 in Captain Cox's District

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

1785, Nov 24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 75
Ordered that Peter Shamburger be appointed overseer of the road in place of Geo. Cagle.

1788, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 202
John Shuffle, Junr. appointed overseer of the road which leads by Mr. Nall's from Bear Creek to Randolph County and work the following hands: Owen Carpenter's hands, Nichl. Nall's hands, Robert Bird, Thomas Smitherman, Andrew White and Peter Shamburger.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 155
Peter Schamburger
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 3M
6F

1793, Feb 21 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#587 Peter Shamburger entered 75 acres on the head of Grassie Creek near the mouth of Haw Branch.

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, Nov 19 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#677 Peter Shamburger entered 75 acres on Grassie Creek adjoining Hardy Davis, Daniel Maner and Nall.

1794, Feb 12 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#724 Peter Shamburger entered 100 acres on Grassie Creek near Mark's Folley.

1794, Mar 22 -- Land Grant #1141, Moore County, NC
Jeremiah Wilson received 100 acres located on Haw Branch of Grassy Creek adjoining Peter Shamburger. Peter Shamburger and John Shamburger were chain carriers.

1794, Mar 22 -- Land Grant #1163, Moore County, NC
Peter Shamburger received 75 acres located on both sides of Grassie Creek near the mouth of Haw Branch adjoining Jeremiah Wilson. Jeremiah Wilson and John Shamburger were chain carriers.

1794, May 22 -- Land Grant #1456, Moore County, NC
Peter Shamburger received 100 acres located on the waters of Grassy Creek near Mark's Folly adjoining his own line and Jeremiah Wilson. John Bullock and John Shamburger were chain carriers.

1795, Mar 17 -- Land Grant #1159, Moore County, NC
Donald Manners received 100 acres located southwest of Grassy Creek adjoining his own line (formerly John Bullock) and John Williamson. Peter Shamburger and L. Maness were chain carriers.

1796, Mar 17 -- Land Grant #1282, Moore County, NC
Peter Shamburger received 75 acres located south of Grassy Creek adjoining Donald Manners, John Williams[on], Hardy Davis, his own line, Nall. John Shamburger and Donald Manners were chain carriers.

1795, May 18 -- Estate, Randolph County, NC
Estate of William Bird, Dec'd. by administrator Margret Bird. Peter Shamburger and John F. Garner were sureties. John Shamburger named guardian of Peter Bird.

1797, Nov 27 -- Land Grant #1082, Moore County, NC
John Shamburger received 100 acres located south of Reedy Creek adjoining his own line and Robert Bird. Peter Shamburger Senr. and Peter Shamburger Junr. were chain carriers.

1797, Nov 27 -- Land Grant #1083, Moore County, NC
John Shamburger received 100 acres located on both sides of Reedy Creek adjoining his own line and Caster. Peter Shamburger Senr. and Peter Shamburger Junr. were chain carriers.

1797, Dec 25 -- Deed Book 7 Page 360, Randolph County, NC
Thomas Cash Sr. deeded John Shamburger (of Moore County) 60 acres on Reedy Creek and the [Moore] County line. Proven by Peter Shamburger May 1798.

1798, Jun 26 -- Land Grant #1540, Moore County, NC
Nicholas Nall received 255 acres on both sides of the Fayetteville and Salisbury Waggon Road on the Randolph County line adjoining Bird and his own line. Peter Shamburger and Richard Bird were chain carriers.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 49
Peter Shamburger
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 1M
(10-16) 1M 1F
(0-10) 1F
8 Slaves

1805, Apr 29 -- Land Grant #1907, Moore County, NC
Peter Shamburger Senr. received 300 acres located on the waters of Grassy Creek adjoining his own line and Jeremiah Wilson. William Shamburger and Henry Shamburger were chain carriers.

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 65
Peter Shumbrough
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1M
(16-25) 1M
7 Slaves

1811, Feb 11 -- Land Grant #1646, Moore County, NC
Cornelius Lathum received 100 acres located on the waters of Reedy Creek adjoining the [Randolph] County line, John Shamburger and his own line. Peter Shamburger Senr. and William Bird were chain carriers.

1815 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Peter Shamburger Senr. listed 200 acres valued at $150, 100 acres valued at $75, 300 acres valued at $75, 75 acres valued at $37.50 and 75 acres valued at $37.50

1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Peter Shamburger Sen. listed 750 acres valued at $700 
Shamburger, Peter (I04198)
 
190 1770, Jul 7 -- Land Grant #1018, Cumberland County, NC
Peter Shamburger received 200 acres located on Grassy Creek adjoining John Williamson. John Williamson and Elisabeth Shamburger were chain carriers. 
Meyers, Elizabeth (I04199)
 
191 1770, Oct 1 -- Land Grant #1010, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob McClendon received 150 acres located on Dry Fork of McLendons Creek adjoining Thomas Matthews. Isaac Horser and William Barrett were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to William Barrett 1773]

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, Apr 23 -- Deed Book 6 Page 215, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob McClendon deeded William Barrot 150 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Thomas Mathes. Donald Shaw and Isaac McClendon were witnesses.

1774, Jan 15 -- Land Grant #1611 & 1801, Cumberland County, NC
Joel McClendon received 200 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining his own line and Jacob McClendon. Thomas McClendon and William Barrett were chain carriers.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Barot listed $100 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
William Barrot listed $160 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
William Barret listed $2805 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 300 acres valued at $720 in Captain Cox's District

1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Wm. Barret listed $100 in Captain John Cox's District

1784, Feb 1 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#70 William Barrett entered 50 acres located east of Drowning Creek including his own improvement.

1784, Feb 1 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#71 William Barrett entered 50 acres located in middle prong of Drowning Creek about a mile from mouth of prong where there was a cabin.

1784, Feb 1 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#72 William Barrett entered 100 acres located on Richland Creek adjoining Daniel McQueen.

1784, Oct 27 -- Land Grant #144, Moore County, NC
William Barrett received 50 acres located on the middle prong of Drowning Creek about a mile from the mouth of said prong where there was formerly a cabin. Thomas Grimes and Allen Martin were chain carriers.

1784, Oct 27 -- Land Grant #153, Moore County, NC
William Barrett received 100 acres located on both sides of Richland Creek adjoining Daniel McQueen. Thos. Grimes and Daniel McQueen were chain carriers.

1784, Oct 27 -- Land Grant #179, Moore County, NC
William Barrett received 50 acres located on north prong of Drowning Creek including his own improvement. Thomas Grimes and Allen Martin were chain carriers.

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

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, Apr 8 -- Land Grant #141, Moore County, NC
William Barrett received 170 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining his own line and Widow McDonald. Thomas Graham and Math Carrboro were chain carriers.

1785, May 8 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#75 William Barrett entered 50 acres on a branch of Deep Creek including his own improvement.

1785, Aug 20 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#80 William Barrett entered 100 acres on Wet Creek and the head of Sings Branch adjoining John McKay, John McAuley and Kiah Dunn.

1785, Nov -- Marriage Licenses, Will Book A Page 382, Moore County, NC
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.

1785, Nov 25 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 74
Ordered that William Barrott Esq. be appointed to take the number of citizens in Capt. John Cox's District

1786, Jan 24 -- Land Grant #114, Moore County, NC
William Barrett received 100 acres located on Wet Creek and the head of Sings Creek adjoining McKay and Dunn. Dempsey Sowell and Bartholomew Dunn were chain carriers.

1786, Apr 3 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#30 William Barrett entered [blank] acres between Sings Creek and Wet Creek adjoining McKay and John McAuley. [Editor's Note: this entire entry was crossed out].

1786, May 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 104
Ordered that justice William Barrott be appointed to take the list of taxes in District 3

1786, Jun 24 -- Deed, Moore County, NC
Mary Sowell and John Sowell deeded William Barrett 300 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining John Cox, Widow McDonald and including plantation where Mary Sowell now lives. John Jackson, Thomas Graham and George Jackson were witnesses. [Editor's Note: Original located in Herbert Floyd Seawell Sr. Papers at East Carolina University, Greenville, NC]

1786, Sep 22 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#45 William Barrett entered 20 acres on Suck Creek adjoining Angus McIver, Thomas Graham and admitting a mill place.

1786, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 123
William Barrett Esq. came into court and entered himself security to prevent Nathan Barrett and George Barrett, orphans of Saml. Barret Dec'd. from becoming charges of the county.

1787, May 14 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#99 William Barrett entered 50 acres north of McLendons Creek adjoining McSwain and Ferquhard Campbell.

1787, May 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 153
Ordered that the following Justice be appointed to take the list of taxable property for 1787: William Barrott Esq. in District #3

1787, Sep 22 -- Land Grant #208, Moore County, NC
Ambrus Bruer received 100 acres located on Bear Creek including his own improvement. William Barret and William Cox were chain carriers.

1787, Sep 24 -- Land Grant #292, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 50 acres located west of McLendons Creek adjoining Farquard Campbell and McSween. Stephen Richardson and John McCaskill were chain carriers.

1788, Feb 19-20,22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 184-186,188
Deed from Wm. Barrett and Anny Barrett to Jesse Writter was duly acknowledged by Wm. Barrett

1788, Nov 17 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#151 William Barrett entered 100 acres on Suck Creek adjoining his own line, McIver, McCaskle and Graham.

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

1789, Nov 20 -- Land Grant #253, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 20 acres located on Suck Creek on the old Grove path including a mill place adjoining Angus McIver and Thomas Graham. [illegible] and Peter Bethune were chain carriers.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 152
William Barret
(16+) 1M
(0-16) 2M
3F

1791, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 300
Deed from William Barrett to Col. Thomas Armstrong was proven by Alexr. McIver

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 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 322
Two deeds from William Barrett to John McKay were proven by Archd. McBryde
Deed from William Barrett to William Baston Whitford was proven by Archd. McBryde

1791, Dec 15 -- Land Grant #359, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 25 acres located west of McLendons Creek adjoining his own line and Farquard Campbell. Benjamin Caddell and Thomas Ritter were chain carriers.

1792, Jan 5 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#407 William Barrett entered 50 acres on Suck Creek adjoining his mill land.

1792, Jan 5 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#408 William Barrett entered 50 acres south of Richland Creek adjoining McCaskill and Kenneth Murchison.

1792, May 21,24 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 347,357
Deed from Wm. Barrett to Thomas Gilmore was acknowledged
Bill of Sale from William Barrett to Williamson proven by Nicholas Nall Esq.

1792, Aug 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 365
Deed from Wm. Barrett to Robt. Davis proven by William Dunn

1792, Sep 18 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#484 William Barrett entered 100 acres north of Suck Creek adjoining York's Cabin.

1792, Oct 8 -- Land Grant #419, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 100 acres located on Suck Creek adjoining his own line, McCaskill, Graham and McIver. William Martin and Kenneth Murchison were chain carriers.

1792, Oct 8 -- Land Grant #2026, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 50 acres located on the drains of Richland Creek adjoining Neil McLeod, McCaskill and Kenneth Murchison. John McCaskill and Kenneth Murchison were chain carriers.

1792, Oct 29 -- Land Grant #2027, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 50 acres located on Suck Creek adjoining his mill land. William Martin and Kenneth Murchison were chain carriers.

1792, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 374
Deed from William Barrett to Murdock Martin was proven by William Martin

1793, Feb 19,21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 378,386,388,389
[Deeds] William Barrett to John Buchannon was proven by Angus Campbell
William Barrett to John Johnston was proven by Murdoch McIntosh
William Barrett to William Hancock was proven William Dunn
William Barrett to Angus Campbell was proven by John Buchannon

1793, Apr 20 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#602 William Barrett entered 50 acres on McLendons Creek adjoining McRae and Widow Bathune.

1793, May 21-23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 396,401-402
[Deeds] William Barrett to Alexr. McLeod was proven by Archd. McBryde
Thomas Collins to William Barret was proven by John Cameron Esq.
William Barrett to Norman McDonald was proven by John Cameron Esq.
William Barrett to Thos. Cole proven by Robert Boals
William Barrett to Robert Boals proven by Thos. Cole

1793, May 21 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#606 William Barrett entered 100 acres south of McLendons Creek adjoining James Caddell.

1793, Nov 26 -- Land Grant #418, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 50 acres located on the drains of Richland Creek adjoining Neill McLeod.

1793, Nov 26 -- Land Grant #422, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 50 acres located on Suck Creek adjoining his own mill land.

1794, Feb 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 436, 438, 442
Deed from John Sowell to William Barrett proven by Thomas Ritter
Deed from William Barrett to Patty Glascock proven by Archibald McBryde

1794, Feb 28 -- Land Grant #1191, Moore County, NC
Benjamin Caddle [assignee of William Barret] received 100 acres located on the drains of McLendons Creek adjoining James Muse and James Caddell. James White and James Muse were chain carriers.

1794, May 2 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#774 William Barrett entered 50 acres south of McLendons Creek adjoining his own line and George Jackson.

1794, May 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 457
Deed from William Barret to Niel Hughes was proven by John McNeill

1794, Nov 18-- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 486
Deed from William Barrett to John McLeod proven by Winniford Sowell

1795 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Wm. and Solomon Barret listed 160 acres on supernumerary taxes collected by Sheriff Malcom McNeill

1795, Jul 22 -- Land Grant #1027, Moore County, NC
William Barrett received 50 acres located east of McLendons Creek adjoining McLeod and Sowell. Isaac Sowell and John Danaly were chain carriers.

1795, Jul 23 -- Land Grant #1028, Moore County, NC
William Barrett received 50 acres located northwest of McLendons Creek adjoining John Martin, McRae and Widow Bathune. Isaac Sowell and John Danaly were chain carriers.

1795, Aug 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 526
Deed from William Barrett to Thos. Gilmore Esq. was acknowledged

1795, Aug 31 -- Land Grant #968, Moore County, NC
Thomas Graham received 50 acres located at the crossroads of Joel Road and the road that leads from the Moore Courthouse to Drowning Creek between the head of Juniper and McLendons Creek on Rocky Branch adjoining his own line and the Big Mire. Wm. Barrett and Thos. Docherty were chain carriers.

1795, Nov 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 538
Deed from Willm. Barrett to Neal McKay proven by Jno. Sowell

1796, Nov 15 -- Land Grant #853, Moore County, NC
William Barrett received 400 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Joel McClendon, Jacob McClendon, Jemima McClendon, Jackson and John Bethune. Donald McDonald and Lauchlin McNeill were chain carriers.

1797, Aug 31 -- Land Grant #1349, Moore County, NC
Thomas Graham received 50 acres located east of McLendons Creek adjoining Martin Martin, William Martin, his own line and William Barrett. Wm. Barrett and Thos. Docherty were chain carriers.

1797, Oct 20 -- Land Grant #942, Moore County, NC
William Barret [assignee of John Hargrove] received 50 acres located south of Deep River adjoining his own line and Solomon Barrett. William McDonald and John McDonald were chain carriers.

1797, Oct 20 -- Land Grant #945, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 70 acres located south of Deep River adjoining his own line. William McDonald and John McDonald were chain carriers.

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 50
William Barrott
(45+) 1M
(26-45) 1F
(10-16) 1F
(0-10) 3M 2F
3 Slaves

1802, Nov 23 -- Land Grant #1942, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 50 acres located on the drains of Buffalo Creek adjoining his own line and Grove. Hector McLean and John McDonald were chain carriers.

1802, Nov 25 -- Land Grant #2018, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 20 acres located east of McLendons Creek adjoining Joel McLendon, his own line and Thomas Graham. Allan Morison and William Barret were chain carriers.

1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 613
Wm. Barrot
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-26) 2M
(10-16) 2F
(0-10) 3M 3F

1810, Aug 30 -- Land Grant #2032, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 300 acres located on both sides of Dry Creek adjoining George Hunsucker, Meloney Newton, Jesse Brown, Neil Matheson, Malcolm Morrison, Chaney, John McKinnon, William Dunn and Cole. John Barret and Solomon Carpenter were chain carriers.

1811, Dec 2 -- Land Grant #2122, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 100 acres located on both sides of Dry Creek below the Gum Branch adjoining Nicholas Newton and Matheson. William Barret and John Dunlap were chain carriers.

1811, Dec 3 -- Land Grant #2127, Moore County, NC
William Cagle received 37 acres located between Cabin and Bear Creek adjoining his own line (formerly Richard Caswell). William Barret and George Cagle were chain carriers.

1815 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
William Barrett listed 815 acres valued at $1600, 280 acres valued at $500, 138 acres valued at $40 and 100 acres valued at $20.

1816, Nov 12 -- Land Grant #2289, Moore County, NC
William Barret received 25 acres located east of McLendons Creek adjoining Goodwin, Elijah Bettis Jur., McKenzie, Roberts, Stewart and his own line(that he purchased from Charles Furr). John Barret and Sterlin Carrol were chain carriers.

1817, Jan 7 -- Deed Book 6 Page 175, Moore County, NC
John Sowell deeded William Barrett Senr. 400 acres located south of McLendons Creek adjoining James McLeod, Barrett, John Sowell and David Allison. Aaron Sowell and Geo. Ritter were witnesses.

1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
William Barrott listed 1603 acres valued at $3660

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 300
Wm. Barrot, Sen.
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1M
(16-26) 2M 3F
(0-10) 1M 2F

/and/or/

1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 315
Wm. Barret Sen.
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1M
(16-26) 2M
(10-16) 3F
(0-10) 1M 2F
Slaves
(45+) 1M 1F
(14-26) 1M

1821, Feb -- Record of Estates Book B Page 25-29 Moore County, NC
Estate of Jesse Muse, Dec'd. by Administrators James B. Muse and Thomas P. Muse. Inventory includes negro woman Hannah. Debts due the estate from the following: John Richardson, Samuel Dunn, William Ellerbe, John Murchison and Lewis Elkins. Items purchased by the following: Widow Muse, Jesse Page, John B. Kelly, Nehemiah Birckhead, William Barrett, Esq., James B. Muse, Benjamin Phillips, Thomas M.D. Reid, Jesse Sowell, Senr., Joseph Johnson, William Phillips, Daniel H. Muse, James Hill, Hiram Hill, John Tyson, John Black, John Sowell, Senr., Joseph G. Moore, Joseph Elkins, Thomas Hannon, Alexr. McIntosh, John McIver, Wm. Cox Junr., Asa Sowell, Kindred Birckhead, James Caddell, Leonard Stuts and Martin Hill.

1823, Nov 21 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 21
Deed from William Barrett to Tobias Fry proven by Benjn. Person

1824, Feb 20 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 31
Deed from John Sowell, Murdoch McKenzie and Arch. McBryde to Wm. Barrett was proven by Wm. Barrett Jur.

1824, Aug 19 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 51
Eleazor Birckhead, James Dowd, Jesse Sanders appointed to settle with Wm. Barrett Administrator of Estate of George Graham, Dec'd.

1824, Aug 19 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 52
Ordered that Daniel Caddell be appointed overseer of the road from Bean's Bridge to Flowers Road and have the following hands to work: Leonard Lawhon, John McIntosh, John Murchison, Enoch Wallis, Isham Wallis, John Rouse, Miles Rouse, Martin Rouse, John McDonald, Hugh Kelly, James Hill, Martin Hill, Dickson Ritter, James Ritter, Samuel Barrett, Wm. Barrett Esq.'s boy, Simon Murchison and Daniel Murchison.

1824, Nov 16 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 59
The committees appointed to settle with the following returned their reports: William Barrett as administrator of George Graham Dec'd.

1825, Feb 24 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 69-70
Deed from Wm. Barret to Lorene and John Alex Barrett was proven by Wm. Barrett Jr.

1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 468
Wm. Barret
(70-80) 1F
(60-70) 1M
(20-30) 1M
Slaves
(24-36) 1M 1F

1840, Jun 23 -- Record of Estates Book D Pages 128-130, 265-266, Moore County, NC
Estate of William Barrett Senr. Dec'd. by Administrator Jacob Stutts
 
Barrett, William H. II (I01558)
 
192 1770, Oct 20 -- Deed Book 4 Page 96, Cumberland County, NC
Gabriel Hardin deeded John Hardin 80 acres located on Deep River and the Rocky Ford. Thomas Rutherford and James Russell 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, 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
John Hardin listed $675 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

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.

1779, Jan 29 -- 1778-1779 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Insolvents allowed by the court in Jacob Duckworth's district: John Harden

1788, Feb 5 -- Land Grant #1061, Chatham County, NC
Samuel Persons received 250 acres located on Fall Creek. Henry Persons and John Harden were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Ely McManus 1793]

1788, Feb 5 -- Land Grant #1065, Chatham County, NC
Samuel Persons received 150 acres located on Fall Creek. Henry Persons and John Harden were chain carriers.

1791, May 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 308
Ordered that the following tracts of land be sold by the Sheriff: Jno. Harden on Cane Patch Creek  
Hardin, John (I40920)
 
193 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.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Duckworth listed $370 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1777, Nov 1 -- 1777-1778 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
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.

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Jacob Duckworth listed $370 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1797, Aug 24 -- Land Grant #1121, Moore County, NC
Jacob Duckworth received 300 acres located south of Deep River and both sides of Lick Creek adjoining Powel, McNeill and William Davis. Neil McIntosh and William McDonald were chain carriers.
 
Duckworth, Jacob (I49342)
 
194 1771, Dec 7 -- Deed Book 5 Page 108, Cumberland County, NC
William Morris and wife Anne deeded Thomas Leonard Cotton (of Anson County) 200 acres located on a branch of Bear Creek [Wet Creek]. Patent to John Smith and sold to William Morris. James Cotton, Thomas Ward and James Gibson 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, Jul 25 -- Land Grant #1729, Cumberland County, NC
James Gibson received 100 acres located on Dry Fork of Tillis or Smith Creek including his own improvement. Richard Dunn and Robert Edwards were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: deeded to Robert Cox 1779]

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. 
Gibson, James (I49352)
 
195 1771, Jan 23 -- Deed Book 4 Page 227, Cumberland County, NC
John Stainton and wife Abigail deeded Edward Moore 250 acres located on both sides of Deep River where Stainton formerly lived and Moore now lives. Patent by John Smith and sold to Stainton. James Muse and William Richardson were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Moore listed $150 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Moore listed $411 in Capt. Joseph Duckworth's District

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Moore listed $1200 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Edward Moore listed $698 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 200 acres valued at $360 in Captain Duckworth's District

1785, Aug 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 59
Ordered that Edwd. Moore be exempt from paying a poll tax for 1785.

1786, Mar 20 -- Land Grant #60, Moore County, NC
James Moore received 250 acres located on Waggon Branch of Deep River adjoining the land where John Goldson now lives. Ewd. Moore Senr. and Ewd. Moore Junr. were chain carriers.

1786, May 5 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#35 Richardson Feagan entered 100 acres on both sides of Edward Moore's Road including the flat land near Golston's old place on the branches of Deep River.

1786, May 16-18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 100-102
Ordered that Edwd. Moore be exempt from paying poll tax for 1786.

1787, Apr 13 -- Land Grant #236, Moore County, NC
Richardson Feagen received 100 acres located north of Deep River on both sides of Edward Moore's Road including the flat land near Golston's old place. Samuel Perry and William Cook were chain carriers.

1787, Aug 23 -- 1785-1794 County Court Minutes, 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.

1788, May 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 191
[Deed] Edw. Moore to John Gardner acknowledged

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.

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.

1789, Jun 9 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#194 Edward Moore entered 100 acres north of Deep River adjoining his own line.

1789, Oct 3 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#147 Edward Moore entered 50 acres on both sides of Deep River adjoining his own 100 acre tract.

1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 165
Edward Moore Sr.
(16+) 2M
(0-16) 1M
2F

1790, Feb 25 -- Land Grant #311, Moore County, NC
Edward Moore received 50 acres located north of Deep River adjoining England and his own line and including his own improvement. Edward Moore Junr. and George Moore were chain carriers.

1790, Feb 25 -- Land Grant #318, Moore County, NC
Edward Moore received 100 acres located north of Deep River adjoining his own line. Edward Moore Junr. and George Moore were chain carriers.

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.

1794, Feb 12 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#715 Edward Moore entered 100 acres north of Deep River adjoining James Moore west of the Waggon Branch.

1795, Feb 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 504
Burrell Deaton made oath that Thomas Moore died on Sep 18, 1794 and made a will ten days prior that willed his estate to his wife Pebey Moore. Ordered that William Moore, Edward Moore, James Stamper and wife Sarah, George Wilson and wife Mary, David Kennedy and wife Joanna appear the next court and show cause if any against the will. Burrell Deaton and Edward Moore Sr. subpoenaed to appear as witnesses to will.

1795, May 8 -- Land Grant #1694, Moore County, NC
Edward Moore received 100 acres located north of Deep River west of Waggon Branch adjoining William Cook, Neil McLeod, George Fagin, Richardson Fagin and James Moore. George Moore and Edward Moore were chain carriers.

1800, Jul 5 [written] -- Will Book A Page 228-229, Moore County, NC
Will of Edward Moore Dec'd. Heirs: son William Moore, son Edward Moore, daughter Sarah Stamper, daughter Mary Wilson, daughter Johana Kannedy, grandson George Moore, and son-in-law David Kannedy. Executor: David Kannedy. Witnesses: William Manus, Ambris Manus. Proven Nov 1803 by William Manus and Ambrose Manus 
Moore, Edward (I05911)
 
196 1771, Jul 20 -- Deed Book 4 Page 428, Cumberland County, NC
Nathan Smith and wife Ann deeded Levi Pennington, Sr. 200 acres located on Rocky Branch of McLendons Creek adjoining Campbell. John Stevens and Isaac Pennington were witnesses.

1771, Nov 9 -- Deed Book 4 Page 402, Cumberland County, NC
John Stevens and wife Sarah deeded Samuel Peary Sr. (of Guilford County) 50 acres located northeast of Richland Creek. Isaac Pennington and Levi Pennington were witnesses.

1772, Jan 30 -- 1771-1776 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
[Deed] Nathan Smith and wife Ann to Levi Pennington Sr. was proven by John Stephens.

1772, Dec 4 -- Deed Book 6 Page 26, Cumberland County, NC
Levy Pennington and wife Martha deeded John McLoud 200 acres located on Richland Creek including the plantation where Pennington now lives adjoining Campbell. Patent to Nathan Smith 1768. James Muse and John Martin 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.

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, 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.

1789, Feb 16-21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 218
[Deed] Levi Pennington to James Dunbar acknowledged

1789, Dec 5 -- Will, Randolph County, NC
Will of Levi Pennington Dec'd. Heirs: son Levy Pennington [110 acres where he now lives]; wife Martha Pennington daughter Elizabeth Beeson [100 acres where I now live and 140 acres of mill tract]; son Issac Pennington; daugther Rachel; daughter Mary; grandson Levy Beeson; grandson Levy Pennington; granddaughter Rachel Beeson. Exectuors: Joseph Elliott and son Levy Pennington. Witnesses: Nathan McCollum, Daniel Sims and Job Sims.
 
Pennington, Levi (I49338)
 
197 1771, Jul 20 -- Deed Book 4 Page 428, Cumberland County, NC
Nathan Smith and wife Ann deeded Levi Pennington, Sr. 200 acres located on Rocky Branch of McLendons Creek adjoining Campbell. John Stevens and Isaac Pennington were witnesses.

1771, Nov 9 -- Deed Book 4 Page 402, Cumberland County, NC
John Stevens and wife Sarah deeded Samuel Peary Sr. (of Guilford County) 50 acres located northeast of Richland Creek. Isaac Pennington and Levi Pennington were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Pennington listed $500 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Pennington listed $1600 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1778, Sep 14 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#120 Isaac Pennington entered 500 acres located on both sides of Deep River adjoining John Carrell and Joseph Duckworth above the mouth of White Lick Branch.

1778, Sep 14 -- 1778-1795 Land Entries, Cumberland County, NC
#121 Isaac Pennington entered 200 acres located on both sides of Deep River at the head of the Big Island including an old improvement.

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Pennington listed $2960 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

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 13 -- Land Grant #1870, Cumberland County, NC
David Argo received 200 acres located on both sides of Cedar Creek and Chatham County line including William Moore improvement. Isaac Pennington and John Johnson were chain carriers.

1779, Sep 14 -- Land Grant #1827, Cumberland County, NC
David Argo received 150 acres located on Deep River adjoining Trap. Isaac Pennington and David Argo were chain carriers.

1779, Sep 14 -- Land Grant #1879, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Pennington received 200 acres located at the head of the Big Island on both sides of Deep River. John Johnson and David Argo were chain carriers.

1779, Sep 18 -- Land Grant #1883, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Chason received 100 acres located on Morter Glade of Buffalo Creek adjoining Drury Richardson. Isaac Pennington and David Argo were chain carriers.

1779, Oct 4 -- Land Grant #1859, Cumberland County, NC
Charles Herd Gilmore received 100 acres located south of Deep River adjoining the Cain Brake where Isaac Pennington now lives and Malcolm McNeill. Isaac Pennington and Hugh Gilmore were chain carriers.

1779, Oct 9 -- Land Grant #1824, Cumberland County, NC
Hugh Gilmore received 100 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Conner Dowd, McNeill and the place where John Golston now lives. Isaac Pennington and Charles Herd Gilmore were chain carriers.

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Isaac Pennington listed in Captain Duckworth's District. Taxable property was estimated between $1600-6400.

1787, Jan 22 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#71 John Askins entered 100 acres on both sides of Buffalow Creek adjoining Isaac Pennington and including the Steep Bottom Ford.

1787, Jul 14 -- Land Grant #262, Moore County, NC
John Askins received 100 acres located on Buffalo Creek including the Steep Bottom Ford and adjoining Isaac Pennington. Loven Hensworth and Gabriel Harden were chain carriers.

1787, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 176
Ordered that a tract of land attached by Reuben Shields the property of Isaac Pennington at the suit of Joseph McGee be sold to satisfy judgement given by John Cox.

1789, Jan 20 -- Deed, Henry County, VA
Isaac Cloud (of Surry County, NC) deeded Isaac Pennington (of Henry County, VA) 167 acres located on Elk Creek adjoining Marr and Hanby. Joseph Franus, Anthony Street, Richard Davidson and Samuel king were witnesses.

1789, Aug 12 -- Deed, Randolph County, NC
Isaac Pennington (of Henry County, VA) deeded Benjamin Bennett 208 acres located north of Richland Creek. John Bennet was witness.
 
Pennington, Isaac (I16860)
 
198 1771, Nov 10 -- Deed Book 6 Page 213, Cumberland County, NC
Powel Benbow deeded Joseph Gilbert 15 acres located on Haw [Deep] River adjoining Conner Dowd. Cornealus Tison and Benjamin Doutey were witnesses.

1772, Oct 15 -- Deed Book 6 Page 216, Cumberland County, NC
John Johnston (of Bertie County), Josiah Granbery and Samuel Johnston, executors of will of George Blair Dec'd. (of Chowan County) deeded Joseph Gilbert 100 acres located on Haw [Deep] River adjoining Conner Dowd and Powel Benbow. Ja. Milner and Jos. Jno. Alston were witnesses.

1772, Oct 15 -- Deed Book 6 Page 246, Cumberland County, NC
John Johnston (of Bertie County), Josiah Granbery and Samuel Johnston, executors of will of George Blair Dec'd. (of Chowan County) deeded Phillip Alston 4000 acres in two tracts [1] located north of Deep River adjoining Elisha Hunter, James Barns, Jacob Barns, Powell Benbow, Gilbert and Michael Russel [2] located south of Deep River at mouth of Governors Creek and Sanders Branch adjoining James Russell and Cornelius Tyson. Ja. Milner and Jos. Jno. Alston were witnesses.

1772, Nov 4 -- Deed Book 6 Page 214, Cumberland County, NC
Powel Benbow deeded Cornelius Tison 185 acres adjoining Joseph Gilbert and Conner Dowd. Phillip Alston and John Wilkins were witnesses.

1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Gilbert listed $600 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District

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

1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Gilbert listed $1100-4400 (not given in) of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District

1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Joseph Gilbert listed in Captain Duckworth's District. Taxable property was estimated between $555-2220.

1786, Feb 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 83
Deed from Phillip Alston to Jos. Gilbert was acknowledged

1787, Jan 19 -- Deed Book D Page 210, Chatham County, NC
Jeremiah Barns deeded Joseph Gilbert (of Moore County) 600 acres located south of Indian Creek adjoining Myrick. Seth Barns and William Roberds were witnesses.

1787, Oct 12 -- Land Grant #198, Moore County, NC
Joseph Gilbert received 100 acres located on the Haw Branch and the [Chatham] county line adjoining Tyson. William Harden and Francis Myrick 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.

1789, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 229
Administration of the estate of Joseph Gilbert Dec'd. be granted to Benj. Tison with Thomas Tison and Benj. Shields as securities.

1789-1790 [undated estimate] -- Estate, Moore County, NC Will Book A, Page 346-347
Inventory of the Estate of Joseph Gilbert, Dec'd. by Administrator Benjamin Tyson. [Editor's Note: No date given on actual inventory, but the date was estimated using reference above.]

1795, Nov 17-18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 540-541
Benjamin Gilbert is appointed guardian to his three brothers: John Gilbert, Cornelius Gilbert and James Gilbert having entered bond. Settlement of the estate of Joseph Gilbert Dec'd. was returned by Benjamin Tyson, Administrator.
 
Gilbert, Joseph (I39536)
 
199 1771, Nov 22 -- 1764-1774 Record Book A Page 208-209, Bute County, NC
Will of Joseph Person Dec'd. Heirs: sons Henry Person [land purchased from John Bennet], William Person [land purchased from John Bennet], Samuel Person [land purchased from Benjamin Cooper], Harrison Person [land adjoining Phillip Alston] and Peterson Person [Manor Plantation]; wife Nanney. Executors: Jesse Person, William Davis and wife Nanney Person. Witnesses: Jesse Person and James Thompson. Proven Feb 1772.

1772, Feb 12 -- Guardian Bond, Bute County, NC
William Davis Junr. and William Davis Senr. named guardian of Henry Person, orphan of Joseph Person Dec'd.

1772, Aug 11 -- Guardian Bond, Bute County, NC
Anne Person and John Person named guardians of the following orphans of Joseph Person Dec'd.: Wm. Person, Saml. Person, Henry Person, Harrison Person, Peterson Person, Nancy Person and Joseph Person. Thos. McEachen was a witness.
 
Person, Joseph (I15118)
 
200 1771, Nov 4 -- Deed Book 4 Page 419, Cumberland County, NC
John May deeded Richard Lions and Co. 200 acres located northeast of Deep River at mouth of Tices Creek. Conner Dowd and Edward Griffin 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 20 -- Deed Book 6 Page 175, Cumberland County, NC
Elisha Hunter (of Chatham County) deeded James McDonald 100 acres located north of Deep River adjoining James Barns and Jacob Barns. Conner Dowd and Edw. Griffin were witnesses.

1773, May 20 -- Deed Book 6 Page 209, Cumberland County, NC
Robert Hancock (of Chatham County) deeded William Hancock undivided third tract where John Hankok Dec'd. formerly lived and that will pass to Robert Hancock on the death of Susannah Hankok, widow of John Hankok. Conner Dowd, Edwd. Griffin and Daniel Brown were witnesses.

1774, Feb 17 -- Deed Book 6 Page 171, Cumberland County, NC
Cornelius Tison deeded John Thornton Sr. 100 acres located on Deep River and the Cane Patch adjoining Howell Bruer patented to Tison 1765. Conner Dowd and Edw. Griffin were witnesses.

1780, Apr 22 -- Land Grant #662, Chatham County, NC
Conner Dowd received 300 acres located south of Fall Creek adjoining Goldston and including Edward Griffin's improvement. Henry Powers and Sampson Brown were chain carriers.

1788, Sep 12 -- Deed Book D Page 581-582, Chatham County, NC
Mary Dowd (of Moore County) deeded Sampson Brewer 150 acres located on Fall Creek adjoining Golston. The land was granted to Connor Dowd. Edw. Griffin and Joseph Robson were witnesses.

1789, Nov 17 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 249
A deed from Clem Hancock to Connor Dowd was proven by Edw. Griffen.

1790, Feb 8 -- Deed Book D Page 636, Chatham County, NC
Jeremiah and Ann Phillips deeded Lewis Phillips part of the tract granted to Jeremiah Phillips located north of Indian Creek adjoining the path that crosses Indian Creek below the plantation and goes by Edward Griffin's. Edwd. Griffin, Robert Phillips and Ezekel Hilyard were witnesses.

1790, Feb 20 -- Deed Book E Page 42-43, Chatham County, NC
Moses and Rebecca Myrick deeded Larrance McManus 250 acres located on Tysons Creek adjoining Elkins and the Moore County line. Edwd. Griffin was a witness.

1793, Jan 12 -- Deed Book H Page 95-96, Chatham County, NC
Mary Dowd (of Moore County) deeded Sampson Brewer 300 acres located on Fall Creek adjoining Golston. The land was granted to Connor Dowd. Archd. McBryde, Rosana Dowd and Edw. Griffin were chain carriers.

1798, Feb -- Estate, Chatham County, NC
Estate of Edward Griffin Dec'd. by Corn. Dowd, Admininstrator.

1799, Jul 30 -- Deed, Chatham County, NC Book J Page 443-444
Mary Dowd, wife of Connor Dowd, deeded Edward Griffin, Samuel Griffin and John Griffin (heirs of Edward Griffin, decd.) 300 acres of land located on Flaggy Branch of Indian Creek 
Griffin, Edward (I32666)
 

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