- Bef 1760
||Robert Dickerson |
||Bef Nov 1760
- 1755 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Robert Dixson listed 1 white poll
1755, Oct -- 1755-1759 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Thomas Collins, Thomas Anderson and Rob. Dickison appointed road commissioners for the road from Deep River to the Yadkin Road near Wm. Gilmores.
1756, Jan 23 -- 1755-1759 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Petition granted for a road from Deep River at Robert Dickasons to a road leading to the Wagon Road near William Gilmores.
1758, Mar 30 -- Deed Book 1 Page 241-242, Cumberland County, NC
Will of James Muse, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Sophia, son James Muse [negro girl Penelope], daughter Liddy Ceal [negro Benjamin], son Thomas Muse [negro Nell], son Daniel Muse [negro Lucy], daughter Anne Muse [negro Belinda], daughter Annabarbury Muse, daughter Sophia Pope Runnels and her son William Ceal Muse. Executors: wife, son James Muse and Charles Ceal. Witnesses: Robert Dickinson, James Bain and Isaac Dickinson.
1758, Jul 19 -- 1755-1759 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Will of James Muse proven by Robert Dickeson. Sopha Muse, Executrix, granted letters testamentary. On motion of Sophia Muse by her attorney, Plunkett Ballard, the following receipt was allowed to be recorderd: received of my mother, Sophia Muse, one negro girl Pennallopy, right and title, and I acknowledge her to be my full part of my father's estate. James Muse 1 Jul 1758. Witnesses: Robert Dickinson and James Barnes.
1759, Sep 12 -- Deed Book 1 Page 376, Cumberland County, NC
Emanuel Stevens deeded James Finley 150 acres located south of Deep River adjoining Robert Dickinson. Stephens purchased from Joseph Elkins the 1/2 of 300 acres that Joseph Elkins purchased from Thomas Armstrong. Thomas Collins and William Collins were witnesses.
1759, Dec 10 -- Deed Book 1 Page 384, Cumberland County, NC
Will of Robert Dickinson, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Mary [plantation I now live on], son James [150 acre plantation on Deep River he now possesses], son Michael [plantation on Little River where Thomas Donahoe now lives], son Willis [under age 18], daughter Charity [under age 18], daughter Sarah [under age 18], son Robert [under age 18; plantation I now live on after Mother's decease] and also mentions unnamed Father [lifetime maintenance]. Executors: wife Mary, son Michael Dickinson and Thomas Collins. Witnesses: James Dickinson and Thomas Collins. Proven Nov 1760.
1760, Nov 20 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
Will of Robert Dickeson proven by James Dickeson. Deceased names his wife Mary Dickeson executrix and Michael Dickeson and Thomas Collins, executors, they being granted letters testamentary.
||Moore County Wallaces
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||1755 Tax List, Cumberland County, NC|
Inaugural Tax List of Cumberland County. Includes some of the earliest land owners from present day Cumberland, Moore, Harnett, Lee and Hoke counties. Courtesy of NC Archives.
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