Hiram Hill

Male 1760 - Bef 1837  (77 years)


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  • Name Hiram Hill 
    Born 1755-1760 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 15 Sep 1837 
    Notes 
    • 1786, Nov 22 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 126
      Ordered that William Beazley be appointed overseer of the road from Muse's to Moore Court and have the following hands to work: John Beazley, Benjn. Fry, James Caddle Jur., Jesse Muse, Alexd. McLoud, Neel McLoud, James Muse, Hyman Hill, Thos.[?] Muse, Benjn. Caddle and Daniel Caddle.

      1787, Feb 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 146
      Ordered that the old road formerly laid out from Jesse Muse's to the courthouse begin at the old road leading by Jesse Muse's to the courthouse and from thence to the old road and work the following hands: John Bezeley, Saml. Bezeley, Benjn. Fry, Alexdr. McLoud, James Caddle Jur., Benjn. Caddle, Daniel Caddle, Hiram Hill, Thos. Harrington, Neal McLoud and Wm. Caddle.

      1787, Feb 23 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 147
      Ordered that the following hands work on the road from the post at Muses' bridge to William Seales: Jesse Muse, Geo. Glascock's hands, Thos. Muse and Hiram Hill.

      1788, Mar 12 -- Land Grant #261, Moore County, NC
      Jesse Muse received 25 acres located on McLendons Creek including his own improvement. Hymrick Hill and Thomas Muse were chain carriers.

      1788, Mar 12 -- Land Grant #355, Moore County, NC
      Jesse Muse received 25 acres located on Richland Creek and both sides of the Wagon Road including Porch Corn Hill. Thomas Muse and Hymrick Hill were chain carriers.

      1788, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 214
      Ordered that the following work on the road from McClendon's Creek bridge to Dunham's Creek: Benj. Fry, Benj. Caddle, Danl. Caddle, Wm. Caddle, Julius Glascock, Jesse Muse, James Muse, Him. Hill, Thomas Muse and George Ludes.

      1794, Feb 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 449
      Ordered that Jesse Muse be appointed overseer of the road from McLendon's Creek at the Widow Muse's to the fork of Overton's Road and have the following hands to work: Julius Glascock, Martin Glascock, William Caddill, William Feagin, Asa Hannon, Hymereck Hill, Alexander McDeed, Neil McLeod, William Trader, Samuel Elkins, Michael Dickinson, Thomas Hannon Jr., Hardy Harden and John Melton Glascock.

      1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 73
      Hemerick Hill
      (26-45) 1M 1F
      (0-10) 4M

      1813, Dec 23 -- Land Grant #2570, Moore County, NC
      Hiram Hill received 28 acres located north of McLendons Creek adjoining James Hill (formerly James Muse), Asa Sowell (formerly John McLeod, carpenter), Jessy Muse and his own line. Asay Sowell and Thos. P. Muse were chain carriers.

      1815 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
      Hiram Hill listed 150 acres valued at $300

      1818-1823 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
      Hiram Hill listed 125 acres valued at $300

      1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 310
      Hyrum Hill
      (45+) 1M
      (26-45) 1F
      (16-26) 2M 1F
      (10-16) 3F

      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, Aug 1 -- Land Grant #2690, Moore County, NC
      Hymerick Hill received 1 acre on both sides of McLendons Creek adjoining John Tyson and his own line. Isac Smith and James B. Muse were chain carriers.

      1824, Dec 10 -- Land Grant #2691, Moore County, NC
      Jesse F. Muse received 15 acres located east of Lick Branch of McLendons Creek adjoining heirs of Adam White Dec'd. and his own line. Hyrum Hill and James B. Muse were chain carriers.

      1830 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 463
      Hiram Hill
      (70-80) 1M
      (50-60) 1F
      (20-30) 1F
      (0-5) 1F

      1837, Sep 15-Nov 20 -- Record of Estates Book D Page 4-7
      Estate of Hiram Hill, dec'd by John Cox, Administrator.
      Items purchased by Elizabeth Hill, John Tyson, Candes Martin, Nancy Martin, Nancy Hill, Anguish Martin, A.M. McLeod, Alfred B. Cox, Holden Cox, Thomas Ritter, Samuel Jackson, Henry Ritter, James B. Muse, Joel Lawhon, Jesse Bean, Merrill Cox, Lerow Ritter, Henry Stutts, Alexander McLeod, John Stuts, Lewis Lawhon, James Smith and Daniel H. Muse.

      1843, Dec 9 -- Notice, The North-Carolinian [Fayetteville, NC] Newspaper
      Moore County, NC - John Cox and wife Mary v. James Hill and other, heirs at law of Hiram Hill, dec'd. Petition for division of real estate. Appearing that James Hill, Martin Hill, Green Hill, Malcom Blue and wife Amey, defendants, are not residents of the state. They are summoned to appear at the courthouse in Carthage on the fourth Monday in January.
    Person ID I34237  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 12 Mar 2021 

    DNA Tests  2 DNA tests are associated with Hiram Hill 

    Family Y  [1
    Children 
     1. Amy Hill,   b. 1795
    +2. James Hill,   b. 1798, Moore County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Feb 1878, Killen, Lauderdale County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 80 years)
    +3. Martin Hill,   b. 1799, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Sep 1849, Lauderdale County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years)
     4. William Hill,   b. 1800,   d. 1830-1840  (Age 40 years)
    +5. Green Hill,   b. 1802
     6. Nancy Hill,   b. 1803
     7. Mary "Polly" Hill,   b. 17 Feb 1808,   d. 1889  (Age 80 years)
    Last Modified 19 Jun 2013 
    Family ID F10776  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Histories
    1795 Petition, Moore County, NC - Courthouse Relocation
    1795 Petition, Moore County, NC - Courthouse Relocation
    1795, Jan -- Petition, Nov 1794-Feb 1795 General Assembly Session Records, Box 3 Folder 15
    The following citizens of Moore County petitioned the General Assembly to move the courthouse to a more suitable location. Signers include: [selected signers] Michal Dickinson, Kindred Muse, James Hill, Himrick Hill, Kindred Muse, John Baton, Donald Martin, Murdoch Martin, Wm. Wright, Joseph Wright, Ezekieh Dunn, Dannel McLeod, Thomas Dunn, John Ritchardson, John Dunn, Gorg Morgin, Wm. Morgen, W. Barrett, Adam Comer, John Comer, Leanard Caggle, Andrew White, Thomas Smithermon, James Elkins, Ruben Freman, John Shuffeld, John Sheffeld, George Williams, Stephen Davis, Jesse Brown JP, William Dunn, Stephen Ritchandson, Ansel Melton Sener., Everit Wallis, Wm. Key, Nathaniel Melton, David Richardson, James Manes, John Gilliam, Christyen Stuts, Bartholomew Dunn, Angus MacIver and Allen Beaton.
    1826-1838 Supreme Court Case #2580 Burkhead v. Colson, Davidson County, NC
    1826-1838 Supreme Court Case #2580 Burkhead v. Colson, Davidson County, NC
    1826-1838 -- NC Supreme Court Case #2580, Davidson County, NC
    James Burkhead and wife Charity v. heirs of Joseph Colson. Suit was brought by Charity Muse Burkhead claiming that her mother Charity Muse and her brother Jesse Muse illegally sold a slave Rachel that was bequeathed to her in her father's James Muse's will. Rachel was sold on 6 Dec 1790 to Joseph Colson. She asked the court to grant her all 18 descendants of Rachel. Numerous affidavits and testimony were filed. Charity Muse presented her birthdate from the family bible. Thomas Muse attested that the handwriting was their father's. A marriage certificate was produced to show her marriage to James Burkhead on 13 Jul 1790 by William Dunn, JP. On Feb 15 1827, Thomas Muse and Eleazer Burkhead were examined at the home of Thomas Muse in Moore County, NC. The following were examined at the home of Brinkley Phillips in Moore County, NC on 18 Jun 1827: Thomas Muse Senior, James B. Muse, Betsey Muse, Elizabeth Phillips, Malcom Blue and Hymrick Hill. The following were examined in Montgomery County, NC on July 4, 1827: Samuel Dunn and William Hall. Additional affidavits were filed by James Dowd and Cornelius Dowd. Key findings: Samuel Dunn attested that he married the sister of Charity Muse Burkhead and he also stated that his daughter Rhoda married Green Burkhead, son of James Burkhead and Charity Muse. James Dowd stated that Charity Muse died 2 or 3 years prior to Jesse Muse. Thomas Muse attested that the last time he saw the James Muse family record it was in the possession of Eleazer Burkhead. James B. Muse and wife Betsey Muse and Brinkley Phillips and wife Elizabeth Muse Phillips, daughter of Jesse Muse, attested that Charity was given land and livestock in compensation for Rachel. Thomas Muse stated that his sister Charity was given 300 acres on Killetts Creek and a mare and a colt for compensation. A copy of James and Charity Muse's family bible was entered into the record also.

  • Sources 
    1. [S1126] Descendants of Ulrich Stutts and Descendants of William Maness II Website [http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/a/n/Ken--Maness/index.html] and Ancestry.com [http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/39615729/recent], Charles Kenneth "Ken" Maness, 101 N Wedgewood Drive, Yacht Club Cove, Washington, NC 27889-9231, 252-402-5986, ckmaness@suddenlink.net.