George Carringer

Male Bef 1740 - Bef 1804  (~ 64 years)


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  • Name George Carringer 
    Born Bef 1740 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef Feb 1804 
    Notes 
    • 1762, Sep 23 -- Land Grant #446 & 626, Cumberland County, NC
      George Keringer received 300 acres located on Grassy Creek adjoining Leonard Haird.

      1770, Jul 6 -- Land Grant #1017, Cumberland County, NC
      Abraham Hunsucker received 200 acres located north of Grassy Creek adjoining George Carringer. Leonard Heart and George Carringer were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Abraham and Katharine Hunsucker deeded to George Carringer 1775]

      1773, May 12 -- Land Grant #1699, Cumberland County, NC
      George Caringer received 300 acres located south of Grassy Creek on the Waggon Road between his house and Bear Creek. Conrad Hunsucker and Thomas Wilkerson were chain carriers.

      1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
      George Caringer listed $350 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

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

      1779 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
      George Carriner listed $5010 of taxable property in Captain John Cox's District

      1780 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
      George Carrner listed $2854 of taxable property (horses, cattle and money) including 800 acres valued at $2250 in Captain Cox's District

      1783 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
      George Carrner listed $75 in Captain John Cox's District

      1785, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 56
      Deed from Lenard Hart and wife to Christopher Yow was proven by Geo. Garrenor [Carrigner].

      1785, Nov -- Marriage Licenses, Will Book A Page 382, Moore County, NC
      Geo. Baker and Covil/Cesie Carriner were granted a marriage license. Geo. Carriner was the surety.
      Ambrose Manis and Katherine Hunnicutt were granted a marriage license. Geo. Carriner was the surety.

      1786, Nov 21 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 118
      Ordered that George Carringer be exempt from paying poll tax for 1786.

      1788, Aug 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 204
      Ordered that Geo. Carringer be exempted from a poll tax for 1788.

      1789, May 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 230
      Ordered that George Carrener be exempted from poll tax for 1789.

      1790 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 156
      George Carrender
      (16+) 3M
      (0-16) 3M
      4F

      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.

      1793, Sep 10 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
      #641 George Carriner entered 50 acres southwest of Grassie Creek adjoining his own line and Christopher Yew.

      1793, Sep 28 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
      #649 George Carriner entered 50 acres on Grassie Creek including Willis Brewer?s improvement.

      1793, Sep 28 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
      #650 George Carriner entered 50 acres located north of Grassie Creek adjoining his own line, Honsucker and Lewis Garner.

      1793, Oct 3 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
      #654 George Carriner entered 50 acres north of Grassie Creek adjoining his own line and Christopher Yew including part of his old field.

      1793, Nov 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 426
      Deed from George Carriner to David Kennedy proven by Vincent Davis

      1793, Dec-Jan 1794 -- General Assembly Session Records, Box 3
      George Carringer 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, Jan 30 -- Land Grant #1588, Moore County, NC
      George Carringer received 50 acres located on both sides of Grassy Creek adjoining his own line, Hunsucker and Luis Gardner. George Carringer Jr. and Christopher Yow were chain carriers.

      1794, Apr 10 -- Land Grant #1462, Moore County, NC
      David Kennedy received 100 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Pennington, Hunsaker, George Carringer and England. Alexr. Kennedy and George Carringer were chain carriers.

      1795 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC
      George Carington listed 200 acres on supernumerary taxes collected by Sheriff Malcom McNeill

      1796, Mar 15 -- Land Grant #1587, Moore County, NC
      Neil McLeod [assignee of George Carringer Sr.] received 50 acres located southwest of Grassy Creek adjoining George Carringer, Jonathan Bullock and including Willis Brewer's improvement. Wm. Shershe[Searcy] and J. Bullock were chain carriers.

      1796, Nov 23 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
      #70 George Carrener Sr. entered 50 acres located on the drains of Grassy Creek adjoining his own line, Abraham Huntsucker and Lewis Garner.

      1798, Dec 1 -- Land Grant #1895, Moore County, NC
      Bradley Garner [assignee of Christopher Yew] received 150 acres located south of Deep River including part of Barton's Island adjoining James Barton, John Garner and William England. James Brady and Peter Graves were chain carriers. John Yow and George Carrinder attested to the transfer of warrant.

      1798, Dec 18 -- Land Grant #0187, Moore County, NC
      Bradly Garner received 15 acres located on the drains of Grassy Creek adjoining Abram Huntsacre, Geo. Carringer, Lewis Garner and Hart. Lewis Garner and Geo. Carringer Sr. were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]

      1799, Sep 6 -- Land Grant #1862, Moore County, NC
      Francis Bullock [assignee of Jonathan Bullock] received 150 acres located where Persimmmon Branch of Grassy Creek crosses the Waggon Road adjoining Matthew Deaton and William Williamson. William Williamson and George Carringer were chain carriers. James Wood attested to the transfer of the warrant.

      1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 58
      George Caringer
      (45+) 1M
      (26-45) 1M
      (0-10) 1F

      1803, Aug 23 -- Will Book A Page 232-233, Moore County, NC
      Will of George Carringer, Dec'd. Heirs: son Jacob Carringer, granddaughter Sally Carringer, daughter Caty Manes, daughter Peggy Manes, daughter Lis Autry, daughter Susanna Manes, daughter Barbary Barker, daughter Mary Bruer, daughter Dolly Rustin, son George Carringer, son John Carringer, son Peter Carringer, son Daniel Carringer and son David Carringer. Executor: William Williamson. Witnesses: David Kennedy and George Kennedy. Proven Feb 1804.
    Person ID I36108  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 7 Sep 2020 

    Children 
     1. Caty Carringer
     2. Peggy Carringer
     3. Elizabeth Carringer
     4. Susanna Carringer
     5. Barbara Carringer
     6. Mary Carringer
     7. Dolly Carringer
     8. John Carringer
     9. Peter Carringer
     10. Daniel L. Carringer
     11. Jacob Carringer,   b. Bef 1741
     12. George Carringer, Jr.,   b. 1765-1784
     13. David Carringer,   b. 1775-1784
    Last Modified 13 Jul 2012 
    Family ID F11349  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Documents
    1804 Will Book A Page 232/233, Moore County, NC - Will of George Carringer
    1804 Will Book A Page 232/233, Moore County, NC - Will of George Carringer
    1770 Land Grant, Cumberland County, NC #1017 - Abraham Hunsucker
    1770 Land Grant, Cumberland County, NC #1017 - Abraham Hunsucker
    1794 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #1462 - David Kennedy
    1794 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #1462 - David Kennedy
    Map of Land Grants along Grassy Creek in Moore County, NC
    Map of Land Grants along Grassy Creek in Moore County, NC
    1794 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #1588 - George Carringer
    1794 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #1588 - George Carringer
    1762 Land Grant, Cumberland County, NC #626 - George Carringer
    1762 Land Grant, Cumberland County, NC #626 - George Carringer
    1773 Land Grant, Cumberland County, NC #1699 - George Carringer
    1773 Land Grant, Cumberland County, NC #1699 - George Carringer
    1793 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #480 - Alexander Kennedy
    1793 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #480 - Alexander Kennedy
    1793 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #497 - Alexander Kennedy
    1793 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #497 - Alexander Kennedy
    1798 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #0187 - Bradley Garner
    1798 Land Grant, Moore County, NC #0187 - Bradley Garner

    Histories
    1767 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
    1767 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
    Includes some of the earliest land owners from present day Cumberland, Moore, Harnett, Lee and Hoke counties. Courtesy of NC Archives.
    1778 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC [Captain John Cox and Captain Jacob Duckworth's Military Districts only]
    1778 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC [Captain John Cox and Captain Jacob Duckworth's Military Districts only]
    Captain Cox and Captain Duckworth's Military District encompass present day upper Moore County [see attached map]. Courtesy of the NC Archives. Map courtesy of the Cumberland County Genealogical Society.
    1779 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC [Captain John Cox and Captain Jacob Duckworth's Military Districts only]
    1779 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC [Captain John Cox and Captain Jacob Duckworth's Military Districts only]
    Captain Cox and Captain Duckworth's Military District encompass present day upper Moore County [see attached map]. Courtesy of the NC Archives. Map courtesy of the Cumberland County Genealogical Society.
    1780 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC [Captain John Cox and Captain Jacob Duckworth's Military Districts only]
    1780 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC [Captain John Cox and Captain Jacob Duckworth's Military Districts only]
    Captain Cox and Captain Duckworth's Military District encompass present day upper Moore County [see attached map]. Courtesy of the NC Archives. Map courtesy of the Cumberland County Genealogical Society.
    1783 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC [Captain John Cox and Captain John Hunnicutt's Military Districts only]
    1783 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC [Captain John Cox and Captain John Hunnicutt's Military Districts only]
    Captain Cox and Captain Hunnicutt's[formerly Duckworth] Military District encompass present day upper Moore County [see attached map]. Courtesy of the NC Archives. Map courtesy of the Cumberland County Genealogical Society.
    1793 Petition, Moore County, NC - New Moore County Courthouse in Alfordstown
    1793 Petition, Moore County, NC - New Moore County Courthouse in Alfordstown
    1793, Nov 25 -- Dec 1793-Jan 1794 General Assembly Session Records, Box 3

    Contains hundreds of signatures of early Moore County residents. Petition to the NC General Assembly to establish "Alfordstown" and move the courthouse there. Petition ultimately failed. Very large document, similar to a Tax List, and it may take additional time to load. Typed abstract at conclusion of the document courtesy of Central North Carolina Journal, September 1993 [Edited and published by James V. Comer]. Original documents courtesy of NC Archives.
    1785-1787 Marriage Register, Moore County, NC.pdf
    1785-1787 Marriage Register, Moore County, NC.pdf
    Located on Page 382 of Will Book A, Moore County, NC
    1784 Petition, Cumberland County, NC - Creation of Moore County
    1784 Petition, Cumberland County, NC - Creation of Moore County
    Apr 1784 - Jun 1784 General Assembly Session Records, Box 3 Folder 41

    A Bill for dividing Cumberland County into two distinct Counties and for the other purposes therein mentioned.

    In H. Commons 3 May 1785. Read for the first time and passed by order. 13 May 1784 read the second time amended and passed.

    In Senate May 3rd 1784. Read the first time and passed by order. 4th May 1784 read the second time amended by consent of the Commons passed and order to be engrossed.

    To the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina now setting. The petition pf the Inhabitants of Cumberland County have now showeth. Whereas your petitioners living in the Upper End of the said County do labour under great hardship in attending on Courts and Other Public meetings from their remote situation from the Court House, many of whom being upwards of sixty miles there from, do Humbly pray that the said County may be Divided To Wit: Beginning on the South Side of Cape Fare River, at Chatham County line where it crosses sd. River running from thence a direct course to Coles Bridge on Drowning Creek, And so to be bounded by the lines of the Adjacent Countys as to make a Distinct County, Nevertheless on to the Boundaries your petitioners most Humbly Submiths to your great Wisdom to which they ever think themselves in duty bound to pray.

    Jas. Burges, Thos. Armstrong, James Dyer, Wm. Armstrong, John Armstrong, Michl. King, Charles Crawford [Capt.], Wm. Cox [Capt.], Wm. Seale, John Overton, John Overton Junr., John Phillips, Wm. Harden, John James, Elijah Bettis, Isaac Hardain, Joseph Furr, Nathl. Norwood, [torn] Hunnicutt, [torn] Dickinson, [torn] Collins, Theopilus Petty, John Hunnicutt, James Maples, Burrel Maples, Daniel Munk, Thos. Collins Jur., Ralph Davis, John Goldston, Martin Dye, Stephen Collons, George Nelson, Abraham Cole, Duncan Johnson, John Camron, Kenneth Camron, Archibald Munk, Thos. Gilmore, Kinchin Kitching, Stephen King [? very faded], Josiah Maples, Matthew Kitching, John Evans, William Kitching, John Cox, Joseph Fry, Johnathan Caddell, Richardson Feagin, John Jackson, Neil McLeod, Danl. Jones, Solomon Cox, James Wadsworth, James Hill, Jac. Caddell, Donald Makensey, George Grimes, Thomas Graham, John Ritter, Jacob Stuts, John Stuts, Eleck Autry, Frederick Autry, John Minyerd, Ritcherd Burd, Robert Burd, James Autray, Christopher Yow, John Leech, Angush Cambell, William Barrett Junior, Colin McLain, John Shufeild Junier, John Hair, Reubin Fremon, William Elmore, James Morgan, Peter (looks more like Frances) Hair, Lues Fels [Lewis Fields?], Donald McLeod, Norman McLeod, Normand McLean, Hector McLain, John Bohanan, Kenneth McDonald, Wm. Cox, Danold McKinnon [?], William Dunn, Thomas Dunn, John Keys, Moses Keyes, William [torn], Henry [torn], Bartholomew Dunn [torn but listed twice in a row ? likely Sr. and Jr.], Allan [torn ? likely Morrison], Norman [torn], Hart. Hunnicutt, John Dunlap, Benjamin Sheales, John Blanchet, William Dunn, Adam Keeling, John Blachett Junr., Robt. Davis, Willm. Martin Junr., Thos Tyson, John Carrell, Anthony Street, James Thorton, Charles Seale, Collins Hardy, Jacob Hardy, Jun., John Kenney, William Cockerham, Solomon Jones, Jacob Hardy, John Hunnicutt Ser., Thos. Maples, Jeremiah Collon, Thos. Agerton, Wm. McKinzie, Wm. Hodges, Edmon Hodges, Joseph Duckworth, Charles Campbell, Drurey Hodges, Anguish McDugal, Jason Wadsworth, James Morgin, James Caddell, Aaron Fagens, John Paitt, James Wadworth, James Muse, Duncan McIntosh, Alexr. McDonald, Anthony Mears, James Simmons, Jhon Warner, Jesse Muse, John Hurley, Thomas Seale, William Morgan, John Morgin, William Morgan Senr., Jesse Ritter, Robert Stephens, Samuel Tidwell, Ansil Melton, Nathaniel Melton, John Adkins, William Barrett, Solomon Barrett, Archibald McDonald, William Ashaly, [Jesse?] Bates, William Smith, John McLane, Richard [Nales?], Peter Shamburger, Wm. McLean, Thomas Grimes, Donald McLeod, Allan Martin, Donald McDonald, Donald McLeod, Murdock Betheun, Alexender Mckeever, John McCauly, Angush McAuly, John Kagel, Gorge Kagel, Nathan Maner, William Maner, Seth Maner, George Keringer, William Williamson, John Williamson, Robert Grimes, Nichlos Newton, Francis Tedwell, Samuel Barrett, William Smith, Nichlos Wallas, Lannard Furr, Nathan Smith, Everet Smith, Isum Smith, Henry Jackson, James Ledlow, Adam Comer, Leonard Cagel, Roger Cagel, William Constable and Peter Garner.

    [Editor's Note: Many of the names are faded, torn and hard to read. Some are actual signatures or marks and clearly multiple names have been signed by one individual]

    A Bill for dividing Cumberland County into two distinct Counties.
    Whereas the County of Cumberland is so extensive that it is extremely inconvenient for the inhabitants to attends courts and public meetings. Be it therefore enacted by the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina and it is hereby enacted by the Authority of the same that from and after fourth day of July next the County of Cumberland shall be divided into two distinct Counties by a line beginning at Coles Bridge on drowning creek thence a direct line to the corner of Wake and Johnston Counties in Cumberland line and all that part of Cumberland laying to the north west of the new line shall be a separate and distinct county by the name of Moor County and [be it enacted by the authority afore said] hat the lower part of Cumberland County laying south east of said line shall be a separate and distinct county and known by the name of Fayette County and be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid that nothing herein contained shall be construed to debar the sheriff and Collector of taxes or other officers or any of them in the said county of Cumberland as it stood undivided from levying any collections or making districts for any taxes fees or other duties that may be due from the inhabitants thereof on or before the fourth day of July next in the same manner as if this act had never been made any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

    And be enacted by the authority aforesaid that the Courts for the County of Fayette be held at the place where the courts of Cumberland County are at present established on the fourth Monday in January April July and October in every year and that the Courts for the County of Moore hereafter shall be held at such place within the said County as the Commissioner herein after named shall appoint on the fourth Monday in February May August November in every year and that all causes please writs actions suits plaints process precepts recognizances and other matters and things in the Court of Cumberland depending from and immediately after the first day of August next shall stand adjourned and continued from the present Court House of the said County to such place as the said Commissioners or a majority of them shall direct and appoint as aforesaid and all appearances and returns which shall be made on the days appointed by law for holding in the said court of Cumberland shall hereafter be made to the first Court that shall be held for that county wherein the cause of action arose and all suitors and witnesses bound to appear there of in the same manner as if the said court had not been removed from the present Court House any law usage or custom to the contrary notwithstanding.

    And be it also enacted by the authority aforesaid that Thomas Matthews, John Roberson, Willis Dickerson, Philip Alston and John Jackson or the majority of them shall be and hereby appointed Commissioner and impowered and directed to agree with workmen for erecting and building a Courthouse prison and stocks for the use of said County of Moor and for purchasing materials for that purpose and for enabling the said Commissioners to defray the expenses of said building a tax of one Shilling on every hundred pounds of taxable property within the said County of Moor as the same is established by this act and an equal sum on every unmarried man not possessed of the value of one Hundred pounds shall be levied and collected in the same manner as public taxes are or shall be levied and collected and all person who shall refuse or neglect to pay the taxes, by this Act impose upon them at the time and in the manner which is or shall be appointed by law for the payment of public taxes shall be liable to disthis [?] and sale of their property in the same manner as for non payment of public taxes and it is further declared that the said tax shall be collected by the officer or officers who is or may be appointed to collect the public taxes and such officer or officers shall give security to the said Commissioners for the faithfull discharge of his or their duty and shall be intitled to the same Commissions and liable to the same penalties restrictions process and remedy for enforcing the payment thereof as by law my be had against collectors or receivers of public monies.

    And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid that the County Courts of Moore and Fayette shall nominate the following number of freeholders to serve as jurors of the Superior County for the District of Wilmington of which district the said Counties are hereby declared to be part that is to say for County of Boston [should be Moore] and for the County of Fayette any law or statute to the contrary notwithstanding and be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid that for running the dividing line Thomas Matthews & Jno Adkins be and they are duly appointed commissioners and imposed to lay off run and make the said dividing line agreeable to the direction of this act which said line when run by the Commissioners herein named shall be by them entered of record in the courts of the counties of which the said lines to be boundary and shall hereafter be deemed the dividing line between said counties.
    1785 Petition, Randolph County, NC and Moore County, NC
    1785 Petition, Randolph County, NC and Moore County, NC
    1785, Dec 6 -- Petition, Nov 1785-Dec 1785 General Assembly Session Records, Box 1 Folder 7
    Only the petition was included. No details but speculation is that it was a petition to erect a courthouse in the center of Randolph County, NC. Signers: [selected signers from Randolph County page 1 and 3] William Reader, John Graves, Evachel Hancock, John Lawley, Elisha Lawley, Uriah Wright and Nathanl. Tucker. The names listed on the second page are largely from Moore County and are listed in their entirety: Isaac Dun, William Dunn, William Smith, Bartholomew Dunn, John McAulay, Alexander Morrison, George Grimes, Bartholomew Dunn Junr., Normand McLeod, Nicolas Newton Senr., Allan Morison, Malcom McLeod, John Kees, George Ceagle [Cagle], Thomas Kees, Nathanyel Melton, William Kees, Richard Dunn Junr., Moses Keys, William Keys, Benja. Simmons, Jesse Brown, Vincent Davis, Averit Smith, William Maness, James Maness, John Shuffield Junr., David Davison, Ambrose Maness, Joseph Cockman, Wm. Smith Senr., Wm. Smith Junr., John Smith, Samuel Tidwell, John Cagle, Jacob Stutts Jur., Isom Smith, George Cagil, Thoms. Minyard, David Cagel, Nicolas Wallis, Stephen Richardson, Normand McLean, John Allin, Adam Shuffield, John Caringer, John Shuffield Senr., Isom Shuffield, Shadrack Manes, Meshach Manes, Hezekiah Dunn, James Munyard, Henry Cagle, Jacob Caringer, William Dunn, Nathan Smith, Jacob Stutts Senr., Richard Dunn Sen., John Morison, Murdoch McLeod, Hector McLean, James Bowdon, Travis Bowdon, Windsor Pearce, John Pearce, Gideon Meakins, John Caneday, Willm. Searcy, John Reade, Charles Stewart, Micaj. Hendry, John Garner, Edward Moore, Rolley Spinks, Alexd. Kanedy, David Kanedy, James Garner, Joseph Carr, Robt. Carr, John Spivey, James Mallett [?], Christopher Yow, John Spinks, Wm. Reade, Jessy Pitts, George Carringer Junr., John London [?], George Caringer Sen., Wm. Harris, Charles Grey, David Andres, John Powers, Adam Andres, Wm. Williams, Richd. Bird, James Deaton, Wm. Bird, Isaac Deaton [?], John Cagle and Elias Allred. [Editor's Note: While we can't be certain that these are in fact signers of the Randolph County petition we have been unable to locate a similar one for Moore County during the same time frame. Some of these names appear to be actual signatures while others are clearly written by the same person as other names around them. The Randolph County petition suffered from similar challenges including some signers that would be under 21 years old. Regardless, this is quite a list of northern Moore County residents during the late 1780's.]