1748 - 1815 (67 years)
||Edmund Waddell |
- 1786, Mar 11 -- Deed Book 1, Page 107, Randolph County, NC
William Argo and wife Kenekappuck deeded Edmond Waddle 200 acres located north of Deep River adjoining Charles Goldson and the [Chatham] County line. Windsor Perce, Mary Perce and Jesse Perce were witnesses.
1790 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 292
1790, Jun 15 -- 1787-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Randolph County, NC Page 119
Ordered that Matthew Hamilton be overseer of the road from Chatham County line across Deep River at Searcey's Ford and to the [Moore] County line and work the following hands: Edmond Waddell, William Argo, Athur Reed, Joseph Rich, Jacob Routh, Charles Gray, John Reed, Richd. Bird, Robert Carr, Joseph Hix, Jesse Pits, William Searcey, James Bowdon, William Harris, Windsor Pearce, David Andrews, Wake Andrews, John Spinks, James Lathem, Howel Brewer, Nathl. Mullins, Charles Stewart, William Latham, John Argo and James Deaton.
1790, Sep 14 -- 1787-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Randolph County, NC Page 125
Ordered that the following lay off a road from Harmon Cox's Mill on Deep River down said river on the south side of Garner's Meeting House from thence the best way to the road leading to Fayetteville: William Bowdon, John Fushee Garner, James Garner, James Whittle, Matthew Hamilton, John Spinks, James Bowdon, Jacob Loudermilk, James Ludlow, Marmaduke Bookout, Joseph Bookout, Charles Bookout, Edmond Waddle and William Argo.
1791, Jan 24 -- Deed Book E Page 137-138, Chatham County, NC
Hermon Husband Junr. (of PA) deeded Edmond Waddill (of Randolph County) 225 acres located north of Deep River near Wilcox's Ironwork. Bryan Boroughs, John Husband and John Argo were witnesses.
1791, Mar 15 -- 1787-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Randolph County, NC Page 143
David Andrews appointed overseer of the road from the Chatham line leading across Deep River at Searcy's Ford and to the [Moore] County line with the following hands: Edmond Waddell, William Argo, Arthur Read, Jacob Read, John Read, Richard Bird, Robert Carr, Jesse Pits, Joseph Carr, William Searcey, Michael Andrews, Howel Brewer, Charles Stewart, John Argo and John Deaton.
1792, Jan 28 -- Will, Chatham County, NC
Will of John Vanderford, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Minta, children: Richd., John, Elizabeth, Mary, Salley, Ann, Hanner, William, Eli and Susannah. Executors: Minta Vanderford and Edmd. Waddill. Witnesses: Isaac Teague and James Deaton. Probated Feb 1792.
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
1793, Jun 1 -- Deed Book G Page 117, Chatham County, NC
John Argo [of Randolph County] deeded Zachariah Smith [of Moore County] 250 acres located on Cedar Creek and [Moore] County line. Edmd. Waddill and Isaac Smith 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.
1794, Mar 14 -- Deed Book 5, Page 178, Randolph County, NC
Deed from James Alston, John Alston, Phillip Alston, Drewery Alston and Smith Alston (heirs of Phillip Alston Dec'd.) to Edmond Waddill. Also including tract of land from James Alston to Edmond Waddill located north of Deep River adjoining Nall, William Bowdown, William Searcy (Dec'd.) and William Argo. Thomas Waddill and Murdock McKensey were witnesses.
1794, Jun 6 -- Criminal Actions, Randolph County, NC, 1794-B
Capias issued against James Bowdon on a charge that he stole a quantity of apples and pears and leather from Joseph Hicks. John Garner, Winsor Pearce and Edmond Waddel were witnesses for plaintiff. Joseph Carr and Charles Gray for defendant.
1794, Jul 1 -- Deed Book G Page 343-344, Chatham County, NC
Edmond Waddill (of Randolph County) deeded his son Thomas Waddill 225 acres located north of Deep River. Arch. McBryde and William Waddill were witnesses.
1796, Oct 24 -- Deed Book 8 Page 70, Randolph County, NC
John Johnston (of Cumberland County) deeded William Argo 800 acres located north of Deep River on Buffalo Branch adjoining Searcy. Proven by Edmond Waddle May 1799.
1796, Oct 24 -- Deed Book 8 Page 71, Randolph County, NC
John Johnston (of Chatham County) deeded William Argo 50 acres located north of Deep River on Buffalo Branch and Goldston's Spring Branch. Proven by Edmond Waddle May 1799.
1799 -- Tax List, Randolph County, NC
Edmd. Waddell listed 1 white poll, 10 black polls and 400 acres in William Armstead's District
1799, May 4 -- Deed Book 8 Page 70, Randolph County, NC
William Searcy deeded Richard Bird 50 acres located north of Deep River adjoining William Carr. Proven by Edmund Waddell May 1799.
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, Randolph County, NC Page 351
(45+) 1M 1F
(16-25) 4M 2F
(10-16) 1M 2F
(0-10) 1M 2F
1801, Oct 17 -- Deed Book 8 Page 285, Randolph County, NC
James Alston, John Alston and Phillip Alston (of Chatham County) deeded Edmond Waddle 330 acres north of Deep River adjoining William Argo, Searcey and Reed. Proven by Archibald McBride Nov 1801.
1802, Feb 9 -- 1794-1802 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Randolph County, NC
Ordered that Edmond Waddle keep a ferry at the same place that William Searcy did heretofore.
1810 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 56
(45+) 1M 1F
1814, Dec 1 -- Will, Randolph County, NC
Will of Edmund Waddill Senior Dec'd. Heirs: daughter Lucy [3 negroes Wincy, her son Esex and Esa]; son John [land and plantation where I now live on both sides of Deep River after the death of my wife and negroes Elijah, Charles and Abraham]; daughter Nancy; wife (unnamed) [negro Jean]; son Matthew; son William; son Edmund; son Thomas; daughter Sally Boroughs; daughter Polly McNeill; daughter Lydia Goldston. Executors: sons William, Matthew, Edmund and John. Witnesses: Jas. Gaines and Isaac Teague. Proven Feb 1815.
||Moore County Wallaces
||7 Jun 2021 |
|| 5 DNA tests are associated with Edmund Waddell |
||Lucy Birdsong d. Bef 2 Oct 1837 |
| || 1. Matthew Waddell d. Bef Apr 1837|
| || 2. Edmund Waddell, Jr.|
|+|| 3. Sarah "Sally" Waddell, b. 1774 d. 1855 (Age 81 years)|
|+|| 4. William Waddell, b. 9 Jan 1775 d. 9 Oct 1857 (Age 82 years)|
|+|| 5. Mary Waddell, b. 1777|
|+|| 6. Thomas Waddell, b. 1770-1780 d. 1843, Stanly County, NC (Age 63 years)|
|+|| 7. John Waddell, b. 1784 d. 1854 (Age 70 years)|
|+|| 8. Nancy Waddell, b. 1788|
| || 9. Lydia Waddell, b. 1790|
| ||10. Lucy Waddell, b. 1796|
||9 Feb 2016 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||1790 Petition, Randolph County, NC - Courthouse Relocate|
1790, Nov 22 -- Nov 1790-Dec 1790 General Assembly Records Box 3 Folder 26
Petition to relocate courthouse to center of the county. Signers include: William Searcy, William Bowden, Edward Waddel, James Presnol, William Wright, Joseph Wright, John Graves, William Graves, Richard Graves, John Latham, John Larrance, Evachel Handcock, John Handcock, Enoch Spinks, Rolli Spinks, John Reed, Lambert Reed, Wm. Reed, George Onslot, John Onslot, John Larrance, Wm. Reeder, Jno. Reed Junr., James Graves, Samuel Graves, Thos. Cost Senr., Thomas Cost Junr., John Vanever, John Argo, William Argo, Amanuel Azbel, Elisha Lolly and Jno. Lolly.