Bef 1755 - 1805 (~ 50 years)
||Jeremiah Phillips |
||9 Sep 1805
||Chatham County, NC
- 1780, Apr 25 -- Land Grant #664, Chatham County, NC
Conner Dowd received 300 acres located on Flaggy Branch of Indian Creek including the improvement where Edward Griffin now lives adjoining Duncan. Thos. Wilkerson and Jeremiah Phillips were chain carriers.
1784, Mar 4 -- Land Grant #793, Chatham County, NC
Jeremiah Phillips received 400 acres located on Blue Branch and Indian Creek adjoining Caaps and Ezekial Hilliard. Joel Phillips and Ezekial Hilliard were chain carriers.
1785, May 9 -- 1781-1785 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Page 108, Chatham County, NC
Benjamin Sanders appointed overseer of the road from Anson Road to the Moore County line and have the following hands to work: John Powers, Henry Brewer, Sampson Brewer, Nathan Phillips, Wm. Phillips, Willis Phillips, Howell Brewer, James Deaton, Nathan Deaton, Mathew Deaton, Widow Deaton, Wademn Commer, Wm. Phillips, Joel Phillips, Benjamin Elkins, William Caps, Ambrose Smith, John West and his hands, Samuel Moore, Samuel Hilleard and Jeremiah Phillips.
1790 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 25
1790, Feb 8 -- Deed Book D Page 636, Chatham County, NC
Jeremiah and Ann Phillips deeded Lewis Phillips part of the tract granted to Jeremiah Phillips located north of Indian Creek adjoining the path that crosses Indian Creek below the plantation and goes by Edward Griffin's. Edwd. Griffin, Robert Phillips and Ezekel Hilyard were witnesses.
1799, Oct 11 -- Deed Book O Page 79-80, Chatham County, NC
John Cheek (of Moore County) deeded Lazarus Phillips 175 acres located on Indian Creek and the road from Tyson's Ferry to Graves' saw mill adjoining Dowd. Originally granted to Joseph Robson and sold to William Capps who sold to John Cheek. Jacob Siler and Jeremiah Phillips were witnesses.
1800 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 221
(45+) 1M 1F
(26-45) 1M 1F
(16-26) 1M 2F
1805, Sep 9 -- Will, Chatham County, NC
Noncoperative Will of Jeremiah Phillips Senr. Dec'd. Heirs; daughter Elizabeth Phillips (and her children Elmore and Alexander), daughter Sarah Phillips and Nimrod Phillips. Nimrod Phillips and Lazarus Phillips reduced the will to writing and attested that he died Sep 9, 1805. Probated Nov 1805 on oath of Amy Brady and Lazarus Phillips.
1805, Nov 14-Nov 28 -- Estate, Chatham County, NC
Estate of Jeremiah Phillips Dec'd. Lazarus Phillips named administrator with Joab Bagley and Lazarus Hinson as securities. The following purchased items from the estate: Patrick Phillips, Lazarus Phillips, Andrew White, Jordon Gilbert, Nimrod Phillips, James Gilbert, Jeremiah Phillips, Thomas Smith, Pheby Phillips, James Harden, Elizabeth Phillips, Robert Phillips, Jonathan White, James Hancock, Jesse Carroll, Sarah Phillips, James Phillips, Murdoch McKenzie, Amy Brady, Edward Epps, William Dunkin, Cornelius Gilbert, Willis Elkins, William Wilson, John Wilkins, John Graham and Adam White.
1808, Feb 9 -- Deed Book X Page 329-330, Chatham County, NC
George Gee, Sheriff deeded Murdock McKenzie and Archibald McBryde of Aaron Tyson & Co. 1/9 part (33 acres) of Jeremiah Phillips Senr. Dec'd., 300 acres located on Indian Creek to settle debts of Nimrod Phillips, heir of Jeremiah Phillips.
1814, Feb 12 -- Deed Book V Page 104, Chatham County, NC
Sarah Phillips deeded Murdock McKenzie and Archibald McBryde of Aaron Tyson & Co. 1/9 part (33 acres) of her father's, Jeremiah Phillips Senr. Dec'd., 300 acres located on Indian Creek adjoining Jonathan Barnes and Lazarus Phillips. John Riddle and Winson Gilbert were witnesses.
1816, Nov 10 -- Deed Book W Page 344-346, Chatham County, NC
Horace P. Bridges, Sheriff deeded Murdock McKenzie and Archibald McBryde of Aaron Tyson & Co. 1/9 part (33 acres) of Jeremiah Phillips Senr. Dec'd., 300 acres located on Indian Creek to settle debts of Patrick Phillips, son of Jeremiah Phillips.
1820 -- Deed Book W Page 364-366, Chatham County, NC
Horace P. Bridges, Sheriff deeded Murdock McKenzie and Archibald McBryde of Aaron Tyson & Co. 1/9 part (33 acres) of Jeremiah Phillips Senr. Dec'd., 300 acres located on Indian Creek adjoining Jonathan Barns and James Hillard to settle debts of Robert Phillips, son of Jeremiah Phillips.
||Moore County Wallaces
||12 Feb 2021 |
|| 7 DNA tests are associated with Jeremiah Phillips |
||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, McNeill, Melton, Monroe, Moore, Morgan, Muse, Nall, Phillips, Richardson, Riddle, Ritter, Sanders, Seawell, Sheffield, Smith, Stewart, Stutts, Sullivan, Wallace, Welch, Williams, Williamson and Wright
||1768 Petition, Cumberland and Orange Counties|
1768, Nov 11 -- Petition, Nov 1768 - Dec 1768 General Assembly Session Records
Petition of inhabitants of Orange and Cumberland counties to divide the counties and create a new county beginning at the intersection of Johnston, Orange and Cumberland county line running north 18 miles then west 42 miles, thence south 34 miles thence east 42 miles and north to the beginning. Signed by the following: [selected signers] James Riddle, Wm. Riddle, Christopher Yow, William Dickerson, Owen Dowd, William Barber, Nathaniel Powell, Joseph Fry, Howel Brewer, Geddin Gilbert, Joseph Gilbert, Warner Coleman, Lishey Lawley, Alexdr. Kennedy, Jeremiah Phillips, Lambert Reed, John Garner, Thomas Neddam, Enoch Spinks, John Larrance, John Needom, Thos. Kost, James Latham, Isom Melton, John Lawrence and Charles Golston. [Editor's Note: these were inhabitants of what would later become the counties of Moore, Chatham and Randolph – petition was rejected.]