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6551 William L. Wallace was involved in several court cases with Delphy Lakey, Elizabeth Smith & Mary Davis in the early 1840's. It has been passed down through family history that these court cases were in regards to William L. Wallace living with more than one woman at one time. It was ruled that he must marry one or he would go to jail. He married Elizabeth Smith.


Birthdate in question:
1850 Census: 1818 - 32 yrs old
1860 Census : 1830 - 30 yrs old
1880 Census: 1830 - 50 yrs old
Tombstone: Jun 11, 1839 - October 9, 1893

1838, Nov -- Bethlehem Baptist Church Minutes, Carthage, NC Page 28
"Complaint against Elizabeth Smith for Bastardy and she taken up and is excluded fourth with for the same from the church."

1841, Fall -- Recognizance Docket, Moore County, NC
State v. William L. Wallace, Polly Campbell, Celia Mainer, Delphy Lakey, Betsy Smith, and George Hunsucker

1842, Spring -- State Docket County Court, Moore County, NC
State v. Polly Campbell, Celia Mainer, Delphy Lakey & Betsy Smith
William L. Wallace listed as a security

1842, Spring -- Recognizance Docket, Moore County, NC
State v. Polly Campbell, Celia Mainer, Betsy Smith
William L. Wallace listed as a security

1850, Nov 8 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 237
William L. Wallis 27 M, Farmer, Born in NC
Josiah Wallis 16 M, Farmer, Born in NC
Celia Wallis 15 F, Born in NC
Everett Wallis 12 M, Born in NC
William J. Wallis 10 M, Born in NC
Elizabeth Smith 32 F, Born in NC
Mary Smith 3 F, Born in NC
Missouri Smith 1 F, Born in NC
Mary Davis 40 F, Born in NC
James Davis 1 M, Born in NC

1851, Spring -- State Docket County Court, Moore County, NC
1853, Aug 27-Aug 22, 1854 -- Superior Court Minute Docket, Moore County, NC
State v. William L. Wallace & Elizabeth Smith (fornication)

1860, Sep 1 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 222, Mooshounie Post Office
Wm. L. Wallace 45 M, Laborer, $100 Value of Personal Property, Born in NC
Elizabeth Wallace 30 F, Born in NC
William Wallace 20 M, Born in NC
Mary Wallace 13 F, Born in NC
Missourie Wallace 12 F, Born in NC
Racy Wallace 9 M, Born in NC
Thomas W. Wallace 7 M, Born in NC
Susanna Wallace 5 F, Born in NC
Nelson V. Wallace 3 M, Born in NC
Ira Wallace 2/12 M, Born in NC
Mary Smith 74 F, Born in NC
( Next Door)
1860, Sep 1 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 222-B, Mooshaunee Post Office
Mary Davis 45 F, $50 Personal Property, Born in NC
James Davis 11 M, Born in NC

1880, Jun 14 -- Census, Marion County, SC Page 83-D Harleeville Township
Wm. W. Wallace 76 M, Head, Works on Farm, Born in NC, Father & Mother Born in NC
Betty Wallace 50 F, Wife, Works on Farm, Born in NC, Father & Mother Born in NC
Needam V. Wallace 20 M, Son, Works on Farm, Born in NC, Father & Mother Born in NC
Archie Y. Wallace 15 M, Son, Works on Farm, Born in NC, Father & Mother Born in NC
Elizabeth Wallace 8 F, Granddaughter, Born in SC, Father & Mother Born in SC
Ira Wallace 18 M, Son, Works on Farm, Born in NC, Father & Mother Born in NC 
Smith, Annie Elizabeth (I00621)
 
6552 William Lane Wallace was born on March 13, 1814 and died on May 6, 1886 and was buried in Little Rock, Dillon County, SC at Saint Paul's Methodist Church. William Lane Wallace was one of the more colorful of the Wallace characters, spending a great deal of time in trouble with the law and rumored to have fathered at least thirteen children by multiple women. William L. was most likely a grandson of Everet Wallace through a daughter and unknown father. He was involved with numerous court cases with Delphy Lakey, Elizabeth Smith & Mary Davis in the 1840's and it has been passed down through his descendants that he was living with all three and the court finally ordered him to marry one of them. William L. married Elizabeth Smith (1818-1893) around 1853. He served in Company H, 26th Regiment during the Civil War and moved to Dillon, SC soon after. William L. and Elizabeth are buried at Saint Paul's Methodist Church in Little Rock, SC.

RECORDS OF WILLIAM LANE WALLACE

William Lane Wallace is also believed to have been the father of James Davis (b. 1849), son of Mary Davis (b. 1810/1815). Mary and James are listed in the 1850 and 1860 census records, but no additional information has been located.

1834, May 13 -- Land Grant #2989, Moore County, NC
William Barrett Senr. received 99 acres located on the drains of Buffalo Creek adjoining McLeod and his own line. John McLeod and Wm. L. Wallace were chain carriers.

1835, Aug 1 -- Deed Book 5, Page 146, Moore County, NC
William Barrett Senr. deeded William Barrett Junr. 130 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining his own line, Person, Samuel Barrett and Jackson. William L. Wallace and M. Shaw were witnesses.

1835, Dec 1 -- Land Grant #2987, Moore County, NC
William Barrett Senr. received 25 acres located on both sides of the Juniper adjoining his own line, George Jackson and Person. Wm. L. Wallace and William Barret Jur. were chain carriers.

1835, Dec 2 -- Land Grant #2988, Moore County, NC
William Barrett Senr. received 41 acres located on both sides of Suck Creek of McLendons Creek adjoining his own line, Collin A. Munroe, McDonald, Dunlap and Samuel Jackson. Hyram Melton and Wm. L. Wallace were chain carriers.

1838, Nov -- Bethlehem Baptist Church Minutes, Carthage, NC Page 28
"Complaint against Elizabeth Smith for Bastardy and she taken up and is excluded fourth with for the same from the church."

1838, Dec -- Supreme Court Case #2744
From Moore County. Thomas Ritter and wife Margaret v. William Barrett. Regarding 300 acres located on McLendons Creek adjoining Jacob McLendon including the land that Mary Sowell resided on in 1786. The 300 acres was granted to Thomas Knight in 1760 and deeded to Jacob McLendon in 1762; deeded to Isaac Sowell in 1772; Isaac Sowell died in 1784 and land was transferred to widow Mary Sowell and oldest son John Sowell; deeded to Margaret Sowell, wife of Thomas Ritter in 1786. Deeds in the file include 1791 from Thomas Ritter and Margaret Ritter to John Sowell and 1830 from John Sowell to William Barrett Senr. In Jan 1836, Mary Smith and Wm. Wallice/Wm. Smith are associated with the land with William Barrett Senr. as landlord.

1839, Spring -- 1834-1842 Superior Court Execution Docket, Moore County, NC
#39 William Barrett Sr. v. Mary Smith. Wm. L. Wallace, Corn. Dunlap and Holden Cox were witnesses.

1841, Fall -- 1834-1842 Superior Court Execution Docket, Moore County, NC
#13 Daniel Muse v. Isham Wallace. Witnesses: Enich Wallace, Joel Lawhon, Thomas Muse, Wm. Caddell, Abram Hunsucker, Patience Muse, Leonard Furr, A. Shattuck, Polly Williams, Daniel Muse, James Melton, Shadrac Maner, Wm. Barrett Jr., Wm L. Wallace and Delphy Wallace. Continued Spring 1842 #36 -- Fall 1842 #77 -- Spring 1843 #83 -- Fall 1843 #63 -- Spring 1844 #72 -- Fall 1844 #79 -- Spring 1845 #72 -- Fall 1845 #81 -- Spring 1846 #99 -- Fall 1846 #92 -- Spring 1847 #90 -- Fall 1847 #89

1841, Fall -- 1836-1844 Recognizance Docket
#36 State v. Polly Campbell, Celia Mainer, Delphy Lakey, Betsy Smith, George Hunsucker merchant and William L. Wallace

1842, Spring -- 1836-1844 Recognizance Docket, Moore County, NC
#23 State v. Polly Campbell, Celia Mainer and Betsy Smith (A and B). William L. Wallace and Shadrack Mainer were securities.

1842, Spring -- 1834-1851 State Docket County Court, Moore County, NC Page 165
#23 State v. Polly Campbell, Celia Mainer, Delphy Lakey and Betsy Smith. William L. Wallace was security.

1843, Fall -- 1836-1844 Recognizance Docket, Moore County, NC
#5 State v. Celia Mainer and Polly Campbell. William L. Wallace was a security.

1844, Apr 24 -- 1844-1847 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 10
Ordered that Everet Maines be appointed overseer of the road from Bear Creek to Buffalo Creek and work the following hands: John McLeod, George Cagle, Garner Maines, William Stewart, Henry Maines, Matthew Williams, Jethro Denson, Amos Bridges, William L. Wallace, Lauchlin B. Currie and Hiram Kelly.

1846/1847 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
William L. Wallace listed 1 white poll on Locust Branch in District 9

1847, Apr 28 -- 1847-1849 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 18
Ordered that George McIntosh be appointed overseer of the road from McQueen's Branch to the Richland Creek Bridge and work the following hands: Joseph Caddell, Quimby Sowell, Duncan McIntosh, Jesse Muse, William L. Wallace, Duncan Black, Wm. Sowell, Richardson Fry, Presly Caddell, Neill Black, Wm. R. Muse, Daniel McIntosh, Henry Muse, Elias Brewer and J. McIlwennin.

1847, Jun 2 -- Notice, The Weekly Standard [Raleigh, NC] Newspaper
Sheriff's Sale -- on fourth Monday in June next, will be sold at the courthouse in Carthage, the following tracts of land for taxes due for 1845: [selected tracts] 350 acres of Thomas McNeill on Bear Creek; 275 acres of Wm. L. Wallace on Locust Branch; 275 acres of Murdock McLeod on Buffalo Creek; 368 acres of Cheek Hardin on Deep River; William Wadsworth, Sheriff - May 1847.

1849 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Wm. L. Wallace listed 1 white poll in District 9

1849, Apr 27 -- 1847-1849 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 422
Ordered that Presley Caddell be appointed overseer of the road from McQueen's Branch to the Richland Creek Bridge and work the following hands: George McIntosh, Joseph Caddell, Quimby Sowell, Duncan McIntosh, Jesse Muse, William L. Wallace, Duncan Black, William Sowell, Richson Fry, Neill Black, William Richardson, David McIntosh, Henry Muse, Elias Brewer, J. McIlwennin and Stephen Davis' hands.

1850, Nov 8 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 237
William L. Wallis 27 M, Farmer, born in North Carolina
Josiah Wallis 16 M, Farmer, born in North Carolina
Celia Wallis 15 F, born in North Carolina
Everett Wallis 12 M, born in North Carolina
William J. Wallis 10 M, born in North Carolina
Elizabeth Smith 32 F, born in North Carolina
Mary Smith 3 F, born in North Carolina
Missouri Smith 1 F, born in North Carolina
Mary Davis 40 F, born in North Carolina
James Davis 1 M, born in North Carolina

1851, Spring -- 1834-1851 State Docket County Court, Moore County, NC Page 542
State v. William L. Wallace and Polly Davis [fornication]
State v. William L. Wallace and Elizabeth Smith [fornication]

1852 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
Wm. L. Wallace listed 1 white poll in District 9

1853, Aug 27 -- Superior Court Minute Docket Book K Page 176, 178
State v. William L. Wallace and Polly Davis; State v. William L. Wallace and Elizabeth Smith. Continued Aug 22, 1854 Page 208

1854, Oct -- 1854-1856 County Court Execution Docket, Moore County, NC Page 56-57
Quimby Wallace v. John Cockman. Witnesses: George W. Horner, Robert L. Purvis, Henry Brown (of Wm.), Presley Caddell, John Garner, James Melton, Wm. L. Wallace and Isham Wallace.

1855, Jul 21 -- Teaching Contract, Moore County, NC
Artimas S. Caddell contracted with the following employers to teach a school of spelling, reading, writing and arithmetic for the term of sixty days: Jesse Muse 1 scholar, Duncan Black 2 scholars, James Dowdy 1 scholars, D.F. Muse 1.5 scholars, Miles Muse 1.5 scholars, James M. Muse 1.5 scholars, Wm. L. Wallis 1.5 scholars, Cornelius Black 1 scholar, Lemuel Sowell 1 scholar and James T. Jackson .5 scholar. [Editor's Note: Papers of Artemus Caddell, Special Collections, David M. Rubenstein Library, Duke University, Durham, NC]

1856, Apr -- Teaching Contract, Moore County, NC
A.S. Caddell contracted with the following employers to teach a school of spelling, reading, writing and arithmetic for the term of one, two or three months: Daniel McIntosh 1 scholar, Wm. Moore 4 scholars, Miles Muse 1 scholar, Duncan Black 1.5 scholars, Wm. R. Sowell .5 scholar, D.F. Muse 1 scholar, Wm. L. Wallis 1 scholar, Joseph Lawhorn 1 scholar and Neill Smith 1 scholar. [Editor's Note: Papers of Artemus Caddell, Special Collections, David M. Rubenstein Library, Duke University, Durham, NC]

1860, Aug -- Bethlehem Baptist Church Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 112
Wm. L. Wallis joined by experience

1860, Sep 1 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 222, Mooshounie Post Office
Wm. L. Wallace 45 M, Laborer, $100 Personal Property, born in North Carolina
Elizabeth Wallace 30 F, born in North Carolina
William Wallace 20 M, born in North Carolina
Mary Wallace 13 F, born in North Carolina
Missourie Wallace 12 F, born in North Carolina
Racy Wallace 9 M, born in North Carolina
Thomas W. Wallace 7 M, born in North Carolina
Susanna Wallace 5 F, born in North Carolina
Nelson V. Wallace 3 M, born in North Carolina
Ira Wallace 2/12 M, born in North Carolina
Mary Smith 74 F, born in North Carolina
(Next Door)
1860, Sep 1 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 222-B, Mooshaunee Post Office
Mary Davis 45 F, $50 Personal Property, born in North Carolina
James Davis 11 M, born in North Carolina

1861, Jun 3 -- Civil War Service Records
William L. Wallace (resident of Moore County, NC) enlisted in Company H, 26th Regiment NC Troops in Moore County, NC at age 50

1863, July 3 -- Civil War Service Records
William L. Wallace was hospitalized for Hepatitis, Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, VA. He was transferred to another hospital Richmond, VA on Aug 31, 1863

1865 -- William L. Wallace moved to Hamer, SC per family notes

1880, Jun 14 -- Census, Marion County, SC Page 83-D Harleeville Township
Wm. W. Wallace 76 M, Head, Works on Farm, born in North Carolina, father & mother born in North Carolina
Betty Wallace 50 F, Wife, Works on Farm, born in North Carolina, father & mother born in North Carolina
Needam V. Wallace 20 M, Son, Works on Farm, born in North Carolina, father & mother born in North Carolina
Archie Y. Wallace 15 M, Son, Works on Farm, born in North Carolina, father & mother born in North Carolina
Elizabeth Wallace 8 F, Granddaughter, born in South Carolina, father & mother born in South Carolina
Ira Wallace 18 M, Son, Works on Farm, born in North Carolina, father & mother born in North Carolina
 
Wallace, William Lane (I00615)
 
6553 William Reeves, according to THE HISTORY OF Marshall County, was the son of Reubin Reeves who moved to Marshall County from Alabama in 1830. However, a daughter-in-law of Louisa Eliza and William, Mrs. Addie Bethel Reeves, was of the opinion that he came from Virginia. William had previously married Priscilla Jane Reed and their daughter, also named Priscilla Jane, married Alexander Lee Riley, a son of Anna Mariah Wallace Riley as sister of Louisa Eliza Wallace. William was a soldier in the Mexican War. (from the work of Allen Wallace.) Reeves, William (I24945)
 
6554 William Riley is believed to haved lived most of his adult life in Macon County, Missouri (from the work of Allen Wallace). Riley, William (I24988)
 
6555 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F10931
 
6556 William Wallace [1791/1800-1843] was married to Chaney Berry Cranford and lived most of his life near the Uwharrie River and Ophir in Montgomery County, NC. Many of their children migrated to western KY and can be found residing among and intermarrying with the descendants of the other Wallaces from the nearby area. While we do not know the idenity of William's parents, it is my belief that William was not a sibling to the Isham, Nathan and Eli Wallaces of Graves and Calloway County, KY but more likely a first cousin. It has been passed down through William's descendants that his siblings were Harbard/Harbart Wallace [1796-1872], Ann Wallace [1803-1900], and Elizabeth 'Betsy' Wallace [1800-1905]. Harbert also moved his family to Graves County, KY in the 1830's while Ann married William Hall and remained in Montgomery County, NC. Betsy married Phillip Hagler and lived most of her life in neighboring Stanly County, NC.

1840 -- Census, Montgomery County, NC Page 236, West Pee Dee Township
William Wallace
(40-50) 1M
(30-40) 1F
(15-20) 1M
(10-15) 2M 1F
(5-10) 2F
(0-5) 1M
 
Wallace, William (I24520)
 
6557 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Anderson, W.. (I24764)
 
6558 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stewart, T.D.. (I23112)
 
6559 Wyatt Williamson and Martha Williams Cagle were married in 1890. Raleigh Cagle was born out of wedlock in 1858 many years prior to their marriage. Martha listed her parents as William and Mary Williams in 1890. This would lead me to believe that Martha was married to a Cagle after 1850 and prior to Raleigh's birth in 1858. The Cagle likely died sometime between 1850-1858. Martha and Raleigh can be found next door to Wyatt Williamson in the 1860 Census and then with Wyatt in the 1870 and 1880 Census. They were married three years prior to Wyatt's death in 1893. Family F6339
 
6560 Y-DNA tests have proven that Chestley Horner was actually not a son of George R. Horner.

The Y-DNA test results of Charles Horner [son of Jesse Gilbert Horner < Jesse Rufus Horner < Chestley Thomas Horner] is an exact match to Darrell Horner [son of John Bunyan Horner Jr. < John Bunyan Horner < William R. Horner < Chestley Thomas Horner]. Given that their closest Horner relative was Chestley himself, we are certain that the Y-DNA they currently possess is the same as the Y-DNA that Chestley possessed. In comparison, Don Horner [son of Joseph W. Horner < Josiah Turner Horner < James Washington Horner < George Washington Horner < George R. Horner] submitted his Y-DNA and it matches a male descendant of Thomas N. Horner [twin brother to George R. Horner] but does not match Darrell or Charles' confirming that Chestley's Y-DNA did not match that of his believed father, George R. Horner.

I've written up an analysis below and would be happy to talk to any of you further. Please know that this is very common. Many times, DNA results ultimately tell us that our ancestors aren't always who we think that are. I've had the same thing happen on several of my lines.

Darrell and Charles' Y-DNA very closely matches two Williamson males from upper Moore County. Y-DNA is specific to males and is passed only from father to son. So a male's Y-DNA is the same as his father, his father's father, his father's father's father and so on.
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Given that Charles and Darrell's Y-DNA matches the Williamson family rather than the Horner family means that somewhere along the line a Williamson male fathered a Horner son. Based on research I believe that is it most likely that Chestley was fathered by a Williamson [or a male with Williamson Y-DNA].

We have always wondered if Chestley Horner was in fact a son of the Revolutionary War soldier George R. Horner. In fact, the main reason for having Darrell and Charles tested was in hopes of proving this. Chestley was born around 1827. He would've been the last child of George Horner and his second wife Priscilla Winslow. George Horner was born in 1761 and his second wife Priscilla was born in 1784. This would've made George 66 years old when Chestley was born. Priscilla on the other hand would've been 43. Fathering a child at 66 is certainly not impossible as there are plenty of examples of it happening, however it does seem unlikely. Chestley was also not mentioned during the application process for George Horner's Revolutionary War Pension nor Priscilla's application for a Widow's Pension. [Note: There are many errors throughout these applications citing George and Priscilla Horner's date of marriage prior to Priscilla's birth and son George W. Horner's testimony that he was born in 1784 when in fact he was born in 1817. I have always believed that these misrepresentations were due to the fact that George Horner's was married prior and legally separated in 1811 in Orange County, NC. His wife Elizabeth Fussell Horner later migrated to Dickson County, TN. I believe that Priscilla and son George W. Horner testified inaccurately based on concern that the first wife and family might be entitled to the pension if all were revealed.] Back to Chestley. From Moore County court and tax records, we know that Chestley ended up with the George Horner land on Locust Spring and that Priscilla was listed as his mother.

1849 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC District 9
Prissey Horner 170 acres valued at $200 on Locust Spring

1852, Oct 27 -- 1851-1853 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 337
Ordered that Chesley R. Horner be released from payment of $0.50 charged on land taxes against him and his mother least for the same charged in 1851 to be paid in 1852.

1852 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC District 9
Mrs. Priscilla Horner 170 acres valued at $220 on Locust Spring
Chestly Horner 1 white poll

1853, Jan 5 -- Priscilla's date of death from tombstone

1854 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC District 9
Chesley Horner 170 acres valued at $220, 1 white poll and 1 black poll

He is also found in the 1850 living with George and Doxy Horner Williams. I am fairly certain that Doxy Horner was a daughter to George Horner and Priscilla Winslow and therefore a likely sister to Chestley. Another circumstantial piece of evidence is that Chestley?s grandson John Bunyan Horner was born in 1891 and his father William died in 1896 in Hope Mills, NC. As a young boy John Bunyan was orphaned, sent back to Moore County and adopted by William Thomas Horner. William Thomas Horner was the son of George W. Horner and grandson of George R. Horner.

All of this leads me to believe that it is likely that a Williamson male fathered Chestley. It is entirely possible that no one knew that as he was clearly treated as family, ending up with the family home place as well as he and his descendants have very close affiliations with other Horners.

Lastly, utilizing the results of Malinda Singletary's Autosomal DNA [which includes all lines not just paternal as with Y-DNA], she is a match to Ken Poole. Ken descends from the Williamson family and is also a Y-DNA match to Darrell and Charles. Ken descends from Ken Poole Sr. < Raleigh Wyatt Poole < Wyatt Willamson [1802-1893] < William Williamson [1744-1848] < John Williamson [1711-1823] < John Williamson [1684-1790] < William Williamson [1648-1690]. 
Family F12969
 
6561 [Believed to have been son or husband of Mary Haynes/Hines ID #I34684.]

1791, Jan 22 -- 1784-1795 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
#412 Edward Smith entered 50 acres located on Buffalo Creek including Mary Haynes' improvement [Note - Entry later sold to James Hynes, re: Moore County Land Grant #0190]

1791, Jan 22 -- Land Grant #0190, Moore County, NC
Edward Smith entered a 50 acres located on Buffalo Creek adjoining his own land that he purchased from William Smith and Bean, and including Hynes' improvement. Warrant sold to James Hynes Nov 24, 1793. Surveyed for James Hines Nov 15, 1794 and Donld. McLeod and James Campbell were chain carriers. [Note - grant was never issued]

1793, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 430
James Hines was discharged from custody on charge of horse stealing.

1793, Nov 26 -- Land Grant #432, Moore County, NC
Mary Hines received 50 acres located on Persimmon Branch of Flag Creek including Nicholas Wallace's improvement. Michael Bryant and James Hines were chain carriers. Entered 25 Apr 1792 and surveyed 23 May 1792.

1794, Jun 30 -- Land Grant #402, Moore County, NC
Batholomew Dunn, Sr. received a 50 acre Land Grant located on Flag Creek adjoining Smith. Henry Cagle and James Hynes were chain carriers.

1794, Nov 15 -- Land Grant #0190, Moore County, NC
James Hines [assignee of Edward Smith] received 50 acres located on Buffalo Creek adjoining his own line (formerly William Smith) and Bean and including his own improvement. Donald McLeod and John Campbell were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

1799, Sep 10 -- Notice, Raleigh Minerva [Raleigh, NC] Newspaper
"Sheriff's Sale: to be sold at Moore court-house, in the town of Carthage, the 30th September next, for the taxes due thereon, the following tracts of land: 200,000 acres the property of Toreence Brady, part of it lying on every water course in the county; 200 acres on the waters of Bear Creek joining Cagle's line, property of Gilmore; 100 acres on Buffaloe, the property of Reuben Milsaps; 50 acres on Buffaloe, joining James Williams, the property of James Hynes; 100 acres on Cabin Creek, called the Black Place, supposed to be the property of Jonathan Carpenter; 100 acres on the south fork of Bear Creek, joining William Cagle, the property of William Cole; 300 acres on Little River, supposed to be the property of Meryl Cox and Archibald Black; 50 acres at the White Ponds, joining Ramage's lines, the property of John Leggit; 150 acres on Crane's Creek, joining Gilmore's line, supposed to the property of Stephen Herd of Georgia; 170 acres on the waters of Drowning Creek, the property of Donald McLain...Malcolm McNeill, Sheriff Jul 22"

1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 71
James Hines
(26-45) 1M
(16-26) 1F
(0-10) 2M 1F 
Hines, James (I36225)
 
6562 [From Larry Baxter lbaxter2@ec.rr.com] Ben and Dora Cooper did petition Moore County, NC Courts to change the last name of George Edward Sheppard to Cooper and was so ordered on the 19th of April 1943 that the last name of Sheppard be changed to Cooper. No records of Adoption was found. Cooper, George Edward (I21626)
 

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