Charles Brady

Male 1775 -


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  • Name Charles Brady 
    Born 1775 
    Gender Male 
    Notes 
    • 1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 48
      Charles Brady
      (16-26) 1M 1F
      (0-10) 1F

      1809 Feb-Feb 5, 1810 -- 1808-1819 Trial and Appearance Docket, Moore County, NC
      Isaac Smith v. Wm. Brewor, Charles Brady and George Hundsucker. (Levied on George Hundsuckers land where he lives.)

      1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 597
      Charles Brady
      (26-45) 1M 1F
      (10-16) 2F
      (0-10) 3F

      1812, Nov 3 -- Land Grant #2199, Moore County, NC
      Charles Brady received 100 acres located on Fall Creek adjoining James Brady and Frazier. Frederick Brewer and Carroll Brady were chain carriers.

      1814, Mar 4 -- Land Grant #2390, Moore County, NC
      Alexander Kennedy received 250 acres located north of Bear Creek adjoining Ambrose Brewer, Waddle, Bradley Garner, Neil McLeod, his own line (formerly Benjamin Cooper), David Kennedy and Ambrose Maness. Bradley Garner and Charles Brady were chain carriers.

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

      1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
      Charles Brady listed 100 acres valued at $50

      1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 315
      Charles Brady
      (45+) 1M 1F
      (16-26) 1F
      (10-16) 1M 1F
      (0-10) 2M 1F

      1828, Aug 18 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 232-233
      The following were appointed to lay off a portion of 369 acres located North of Deep River on John Phillips Creek and School House Spring Branch for Sarah Phillips, widow of John D. Phillips adjoining Lewis Phillips, John Cheek Sr., John Phillips and the branch to the Meeting House: James C. Davis, William C. Davis, William B. Hudson, John Cheek Jr., Joab Cheek, Brantly Cheek, Wm. B. Cheek, James Cheek, Jesse Brewer, Charles Brady, James McNeill and John Cheek.

      1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 455
      Chars. Brady
      (50-60) 1M
      (40-50) 1F
      (20-30) 1M 1F
      (15-20) 1M 1F
      (10-15) 1M 1F
      (0-5) 1M

      1836, Aug 2-Spring 1838 -- Estate, Randolph County, NC
      Estate of Bradley Garner, Dec'd. by Administrator Alfred Brower v. John Garner. Witnesses: Aaron Kennedy, Charles Brady, Henry Yow Jr., Bryan Borrows/Buroughs, Bailey Williamson, James Gains, John Phillips, Huldah Myrick, Daniel McNeill, Andrew Yow, John Manor Jr., Eli Brower and Cornelius Shields. Deposition of Biddy Garner taken at Mechanics Hill in Moore County Aug 1, 1837 - "Some eight or nine months before Bradley Garner Sr. died he was taken sick and sent for his son John to come and see him and that John had gone to Fayetteville and on his return visited his father...the first I recollect hearing was Bradley Garner telling John that Ruth would rather live with him than any of his other children, upon which I replied that Mary wanted to live with John also, Bradley Garner replied that he could not give Mary to John that he had already given John, King and Martin and he could give him every thing for Mary and the land must be sold". Questions by defendant, Biddy Garner stated that "Mary was a negro purchased by the "old man" from Thomas Matthews after he had given a bill of sale some time past for some other negroes to John Garner. Ruth, Martin and King were some of the negroes conveyed in this bill of sale by Bradley Garner to John Garner. Martin and King are the same negroes about which the plaintiff and the defendant are now at law." Biddy Garner married a son of Bradley Garner. She lived about two or three hundred yards from him and visited him daily."

      1840 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 179
      Charles Brady
      (50-60) 1M 1F
      (20-30) 1F
      (0-5) 3F

      1843, Jan 2 -- Land Grant #3199, Moore County, NC
      William Hunsucker Jr. received 90 acres located on both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining Alexander McNeill, William Dannelly, Martha Smith, Noah Dannelly, Powell, Bryant Boroughs, Robert Brady and Petty. Charles Brady Sr. and Mathew Davis were chain carriers.

      1844, Oct 30 -- 1844-1847 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 76
      Deed from Charles Brady to Amy Brady proven by Mathew Davis

      1850 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 223
    Person ID I10082  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 30 Jun 2022 

    Family Amy,   b. 1804 
    Children 
     1. Julia Brady,   b. 1832
     2. Lucy J. Brady,   b. 1835
     3. Eliza Brady,   b. 1836
    Family ID F2955  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Histories
    1808 Petition to Governor Benjamin Williams
    1808 Petition to Governor Benjamin Williams
    1808, Nov 11 -- Governor Benjamin Williams Papers, Nov 1808 Correspondence, Moore County, NC
    Petition of Moore County residents on behalf of Charles Brady who have been convicting of maiming and sentenced to a fine and sixty days imprisonment. The petitioners plead on behalf of Brady that the act was done in sudden affray and without any malice, the verdict was doubtful to many, Brady is very poor man with a family of small helpless children and a sickly hysterical wife and they are requesting a pardon. Signed by the following: John McIver, Richardson Fagin, Niell McLeod, Alexr. McLeod, A. McBryde, Wm. Martin, Murdo Bethune, Neill McLeod, John Sewell, John McNeill, John Martin, John Murchison, Ralph Davis, Donald McDonald, [illegible], James Melton, D. Murchison, Robt. McLauchlan, Murdoch McAulay, Geo. Jackson, Daniel Patterson, Allan Morison, Wm. Jackson, J.A. Cameron, Murdoch Martin, Corn. Dowd, Micajah Thomas, Jno. McSween, Archd. Shields, John Cameron, John Wadsworth, William Tyson, Samuel Jackson, Saml. Dunn, Daniel Buie, Edward Stuart, H. Gilmore Esq., and J. Gaster.
    1843 Petition, Moore County, NC
    1843 Petition, Moore County, NC
    1843, Jan 20 -- Petition, Nov 1842-Jan 1843 General Assembly Session Records
    The following citizens of Moore County petitioned the General Assembly for relief from debts due to economic hardship. They requested the General Assembly pass a law preventing creditors from buying defaulted property unless the debtors was allowed 2/3 the value of the land: J.J. Alston, Carroll Brady, Bradley Brady, Jesse Hedgepeth, W.D. Tyson, John Warner, Pitate Ivey, N.S. Marley, Neill Peterson, John Oats, Duncan McIver, William Underwood, E.Q. Sowell, Thos. Fry, John D. McDonald, John Patterson, D.M.R. McIntosh (Cpt.), John McIver (Cpt.), Eli R. Sowe;l, Jesse Stafford, Aaron A.F. Sowell, Lewis Lawhon, George Hunsucker, Hugh McKenzie, Jacob Stutts, Daniel Muse, Alexd. Camerson, Wm. Wadsworth, Peter Black, George D. Ritter, J.H. Muse, Mathew Williams, Jesse Sanders, Jno. McDonald, W.K. Benjamin, J. Thomas, D.M. McIntosh, Joab Cheek, Corn, Shields, Fannin Moore, Bryan Boroughs, George Stutts, Henry Stutts, William Sears, Robt. L. Purvis, Stephen Beryman, Benj. Shields, Neill McNeill, Danl. McRae, Hugh Mathis, A. Munroe, A. Stutts, Neill Mathis, Brinkly Phillips, Thomas Muse, Thomas J. Pervis, Daniel McNeill, John Tyson, Balaam Stewart, Henry Stutts Jr., Levi Wright, John Ritter, John Dunlap, J.J. Phillips, Dempsey Sowell, Joseph Upton, John Oliver, Neill McQueen, Angus McCaskill, William B. Williamson, A. Harper, Jesse B. Caddell, Angus McCaskill, James B. Muse, M. McLeod, Green B. Fields, Martin Hunsucker, Newton R. Bryan, Peter Cornelison, Benjamin Phillips, Charles Brady, Elijah Y. Rice [?], Norman D. McDuffie, Wm. Brewer, Martin Shefield, Patrick Shields, William Dannelly, Eli Phillips and L.W. Lawhon. [Editor's Note: Petition rejected by the NC House]
    1815 Petition Moore County NC Taxation.pdf
    1815 Petition Moore County NC Taxation.pdf
    1815 -- Petition, Nov-Dec 1815 General Assembly Session Records, Box 2 - Petitions
    The following citizens of Moore County petitioned the General Assembly regarding taxation and the valuation of property: [selected signers] John McAulay Junr., Robt, Graham, Ambrose Mainess, Leonard Furr, Jesse Ritter Senr., Allan McLane, Thos. Ritter, Jno, Ritter, Everet Ritter, Benajmin Dunn, William Wright, Alexander McIntosh, Neil McIntosh, Hector McNeill, Martin Martin, William Williamson, William Lewis, Amus Dowdy, Henry Stutts, Jams. Manes, James Morgan, Nord. Matheson, Malcolm Morison, Christopher Bethune, Norman McDuffey, Allan Morison, Alexanr. Morison, William Dunn (wet), Bartholomew Dunn Sr., Wm. Dunn, Saml. Dunn, Bartholomew Dunn Junr., John Newton, Normand McKinnon, Murdoch McAulay, Benjamin Britt, Christopher Stuts, Donald McLeod, Niel Matheson, David Richardson, Bartholo. Dun, Lewis Sowel, Melony Newton, William Sowel, Alexr. Morison, Stephen Davis, Burl Deaton, John McKinnon, Robert Melton, John Upton, John Smith, Jesse Brown, Jess Lankford, Niel McLeod, Norman McKinnon, Ansel Melton, Arington Sowel, Willis Dickinson, Thos. Dickinson, Jesse Carroll, Robert Cheek, James Cheek, Phillip Cheek, Joseph Farr, Matthais Teague, Benjn. Shields, Jno. Upton, Joseph Duckworth, John Carrel, Francis Myrick, James Harding, Willis Davis, Nathaniel Vick, Ansel Melton, John Martin, David Richardson, Harmon Brewer, Cornelius Kees, Jesse Brewer, Ambrose Brewer, Drewry Brewer, Abednego Maynor, Joseph Morgan, Alexr. Kennedy, William Hunsucker, George Kannedy, Levy Smith, George Hunsucker, Lennerd Stuts, David Caringer, James Williamson, Charles Brady, George Carringer, Jacob Carringer, Willis Brewer, Bradley Garner, Lewis Garner, John Garner, James Sowell, Georg Moore, David Kennedy, Benjamin Elkins, Adam Carpenter, Jonathan Bullock, Robert Burd, Nicholas Nall, Mikel Dickinson, Aaron Tyson, Thomas Graham (Capt.), John Overton, Ruben Shields, John Martin, George Fry, John McNeill, John Wadsworth, Wm. Feagin, Ignatious Wadsworth, Samuel Feagen, Thomas Feagen, John Carrell Junr., Benjin. Gilbert, David Overton, John Record, John Carrell Senr., Alexr. Carrell, John Gilbert, John Cheek, Joab Cheek, William Barrett JP, Wm. Cox, John Dunn, Eleazer Birckhead, Absalom Fry, John Daniely, Jesse Sowell, William Caddell, James Fry, Niel McLeod (Surveyor), Robert Graham Sen., Jason Wadsworth, Geo. Cox, John Sowell, James Holcomb, James Dowd, Jacob White, William Hardin, James Muse, Jason Muse, Benjn. Gilbert, Zachariah Smith, Thos. Muse, Kindred Muse, John Graham, Samuel Womble, James Elkins, Jas. Collins, Andrew White, Randal Cheek, Lewis Phillips, James Smith, James Handcock, Willis Elkins, Samuel Elkins, Solimon Phillips, Brother Carrell and Sterling Carrell.