1710 - Aft 1792 (83 years)
||Sophia Pope |
||Fairfield County, SC
- 1759, Jul 20 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
On or about the 19th or 20th of Jul, Thomas Collins lost a pocketbook containing a deed from Suffia Muse to Charles Findley.
1790 -- Census, Fairfield County, SC Page 174
||Moore County Wallaces
||12 Jul 2020 |
|| 2 DNA tests are associated with Sophia Pope |
||James Muse, Sr., b. 1710, Westmoreland County, VA d. Mar-Jul 1758, Moore County, NC (Age 48 years)  |
|+|| 1. James Muse, Jr., b. 2 Jan 1734, Prince William County, VA d. 1781, Moore County, NC (Age 46 years)|
(Age 51 years) m.
27 May 1755
|+|| 2. Lydia Muse, b. 1735 d. 1799, Fairfield County, SC (Age 64 years)|
|+|| 3. Sophia Pope Muse, b. 1738 d. Aft 2 May 1808 (Age 70 years)|
| || 4. Anne Muse, b. 1746 d. 1794, Fairfield County, SC (Age 48 years)|
| || 5. Thomas Muse, b. 15 Mar 1748 d. 1 Jun 1828, Fairfield County, SC (Age 80 years)|
| || 6. Daniel Muse, b. 1742-1750 d. 1833-1840, Franklin County, TN (Age 90 years)|
|+|| 7. Anna Barbary Muse, b. 1742-1758|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||14 Jul 2016 |
||Moore County, NC DNA Project|
DNA Results and Analysis for Moore County families including Allen, Barrett, Bean, Brewer, Britt, Brown, Burns, Caddell, Cagle, Carpenter, Caviness, Chriscoe, Cockman, Cole, Comer, Davis, Deaton, Dunn, Furr, Garner, Hancock, Hardin, Hare, Horner, Hunsucker, Hussey, Jackson, Kennedy, Key, Kidd, Lawrence, Maness, McIntosh, McLendon, McNeill, Melton, Monroe, Moore, Morgan, Muse, Nall, Phillips, Richardson, Riddle, Ritter, Sanders, Seawell, Sheffield, Smith, Stewart, Stutts, Sullivan, Wallace, Welch, Williams, Williamson and Wright
- [S144] Dr Roger David Chambers, A Southern Legacy: Descendants of John Muse of Virginia, (2012).
- [S138] Seale Rootsweb [http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/SEALE/2005-03/1110033131].
James Muse, Sr. died in Cumberland in 1758, and his widow Sophia Pope Muse sold their plantation on Deep River in 1759. Shortly there afterwards, she remarried to John Morrison and between 1760 and 1762, they moved to Craven County South Carolina with her younger sons Thomas and Daniel and daughter Anna/Anny/Amy Muse. John and Sophia Morrison lived in Fairfield County South Carolina (formed in 1785 from the old Craven County) near her children Thomas Muse and Lydia Muse Seale until the 1790s. In 1792, Sophia gave two slaves to her daughter Lydia Muse Seale, but there is no record of her after that. John Morrison lived until late 1798 or 1799, when the court appointed his stepson Thomas Muse as the administrator of Morrisons estate.
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