Bef 1741 - Bef 1813 (~ 72 years)
||Sterling Carroll |
||Bef Feb 1813
||Chatham County, NC
- 1762, Feb 19 -- Deed Book 2 Page 180, Cumberland County, NC
Dennis McLendon (of Craven County) deeded Sterling Carroll 200 acres located on fork of Deep River and McLendons Creek. Thomas Knight, Joel McClendon and Francis McClendon were witnesses.
1762, Apr 28 -- Deed Book 2 Page 123, Cumberland County, NC
James Russell deeded Gabriel Harden (of Lunenburg County, VA) 220 acres located south of Deep River. Sterling Carroll, Charles Finley and Susan Finley were witnesses.
1762, May 3 -- Deed Book 2 Page 140, Cumberland County, NC
James Findly and Mary Finley deeded Conner Dowd 150 acres located south of Deep River being part of 300 acres that formerly belonged to Thomas Armstrong. Sterling Carroll, Samuel Elkins and Hart. Hunnicut were witnesses.
1762, May 15 -- Deed Book 2 Page 121, Cumberland County, NC
Charles Findly deeded Sterling Carroll 80 acres located south of Deep River at Cannon Landing being land that formerly belonged to James Barton. James Muse and Isaac Ramsay were witnesses.
1764, May 14 -- Deed Book 2 Page 358, Cumberland County, NC
Sterling Carroll and deeded Gabriel Harden 80 acres located on the Rocky Ford of Deep River.
1765, Feb 7 -- Deed Book 2 Page 563, Cumberland County, NC
George Blair and John Johnston (of Edenton) deeded Starling Carroll 400 acres located on Deep River and mouth of Governors Creek being part of the Governor Gabriel Johnston four grants bequeathed to Samuel Johnston and John Johnston who sold his share to George Blair. James Russell, Elisha Hunter and John Carrell were witnesses.
1766, Nov 15 -- Deed Book 3 Page 92, Cumberland County, NC
Sterling Carroll deeded James Russell 100 acres located on Deep River being part of the Governor Gabriel Johnston four grants bequeathed to Samuel Johnston and John Johnston who sold his share to George Blair who sold to Sterling Carroll. McLearin and Doud were witnesses.
1767 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Sterling Carroll listed 2 white polls
1767, Jan 14 -- Deed Book 3 Page 142, Cumberland County, NC
Sterling Carroll deeded John Carroll 200 acres located south of Deep River at mouth of Buck Creek. John Hunnicut and Randolph Hunnicut were witnesses.
1768, Mar 11 -- Deed Book 3 Page 298, Cumberland County, NC
Sterling Carroll deeded James Russell all his personal property bonded by George Blair and John Johnston (of Edenton). Elisha Hunter and John Johnston were witnesses.
1770, May 14 -- Deed Book 5 Page 44, Cumberland County, NC
Sterlin and Amy Carrel deeded James Russel 300 acres located west of Deep River on Governors Creek part of land bought from George Blair and John Johnston. John Carrel, John Hunnicutt and Randalph Hunnicutt were witnesses.
1770, Jul 5 -- Land Grant #1059, Cumberland County, NC
Anthony Seale Junr. [son of Anthony Seale] received 100 acres located west of Governors Creek adjoining Sterlin Carroll. William Seale and Robt. Edwards were chain carriers.
1772, May 16 -- Civil Actions, Cumberland County, NC
Phillip Alston claimed that James Collins has taken up a stray mare owned by Alston. Elisha Hunter summons Alston and Collins to appear. Conner Dowd is security for Collins. Wm. Seale, James Muse, William Harden, John May, Josep Furr, Charles Shearin, Clem Hancock, Willis Dickerson, John Carrell, Starlin Carrell, James Phillips, James Russell and Phillip Colling are also listed. Unclear if they were witnesses, jury or other.
1774, Feb 5 -- Land Grant #1594 & #1783, Cumberland County, NC
David Milton received 100 acres located on Governors Creek adjoining Governor Johnston's line. Sterling Carroll and James Collins were chain carriers.
1777 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Sterling Carrol listed $100 of taxable property in Captain Jacob Duckworth's District
1778 -- Tax List, Cumberland County, NC
Sterling Carrel listed $193 of taxable property in Captain Duckworth's District
1779, Jul 15 -- Land Grant #572, Chatham County, NC
Jeremiah Melton received 300 acres located on Little Indian Creek and the Cumberland [Moore] County line adjoining Powell. Sterling Carroll and Levi Doughty were chain carriers.
1784, Apr 12 -- Land Grant #574, Chatham County, NC
Moses Mirick received 400 acres located on Poplar Branch of Indian Creek adjoining William Barber. Starling Carrel and Richard Barber were chain carriers.
1786, Sep 25 -- Deed Book D Page 529-530, Chatham County, NC
Jeremiah Melton deeded Sterlin Carroll 80 acres located north of Indian Creek adjoining Carroll. Joel Lawhon, Johnson Elliott and Daniel Smith were witnesses.
1787, Feb 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 134
Administration of the Estate of Robert Moore granted to Sterling Carrell with bond given with John Blanchett and John Carrell. Administration granted to Betty Moore has been struck through.
1788, May 20 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 196
Ordered that Sterling Carroll sell the estate of Robert Moore, Dec'd.
1790 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 207
1791, May 16 -- Deed Book R Page 17, Chatham County, NC
Sterling Carroll deeded Moses Myrick 20 acres located on Indian Creek and Hood Spring adjoining Melton and Carroll. Nathaniel Powell, Martain Kendrick and Edwd. Warren were witnesses.
1791, Jun 21 -- Land Grant #1259, Chatham County, NC
Jonathan Barnes received 200 acres located on Indian Creek adjoining Moses Myrick, Starling Carrell, Barbie and Wilkie. John Barnes and John Wilkie were chain carriers.
1795, Aug 6 -- Land Grant #1378, Chatham County, NC
Joel Lawhon received 500 acres located on Flaggy Branch of Indian Creek adjoining Moses Myrick, George West and Bray. Sterling Carrol and Daniel Carrol were chain carriers.
1796, Feb 26 -- Will, Chatham County, NC
Will of John Wilkins, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Betty Wilkins, sons John Wilkins, William Wilkins, James Wilkins, daughters Jane Powell and Sarah Wilkins. Witnesses: John Carrell, Huldah Carrell, John Dabney, Sterling Carrell and John Record. Proven May 1796.
1796, Oct 8 -- Deed Book J Page 258-259, Chatham County, NC
William Hart deeded Sterling Carrell 53 acres formerly patented by Richard Barber adjoining Elliot and West. Daniel Carrell, Rebecca Melon and James Lawhon were witnesses.
1800 -- Census, Chatham County, NC Page 223
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1804, Aug 11-May 8, 1807 -- Estate, Chatham County, NC
Estate of Willis Phillips, Dec'd. Benjamin Sanders and Phebe Phillips were named administrators with William Phillips and A. McBryde as securities. Richd. Jones, John Sanders, Sihon Phillips and Sampson Brewer allotted widow's support to Phebe Phillips. Petition for division of 240 acres adjoining Shearing's line; 150 acres adjoining his own line; 50 acres located on Tysons Creek adjoining his own line and Sanders; 50 acres located on Tyson's Creek adjoining his own line and Record. Richd. Jones, Eli Lawler, Nathan McManus, Sugar Jones and Jno. Saunders divided among the following heirs: widow Phebe Phillips, John and Charity Deaton, Zadock and Rebecca Deaton, Matthew Phillips, Meredith Phillips, John Phillips, Labon Phillips [under 21], Benjamin Phillips [under 21], Fereby Phillips [under 21], Susanna/Sukey Phillips and Edmund Phillips [under 21]. Items from the estate were purchased by: George Moor, John Phillips, William Harper, William Wilson, James Deaton, Mary Mathews, Phebe Phillips, Tindsley Wade, Edward Epps, Sterling Carrol, Robert Moor, William Phillips, Daniel Brewer, Zadock Deaton, Jessee Mews, Robert Phillips, James Dunkin, Nathan McManus, John Deaton, Dennis Phillips, Lazarus Phillips, Jesse Carroll, Meredith Phillips, Sihon Phillips, Robert Wilson, Matthew Phillips, John Sanders, Joab Cheek, Joel Sanders, James Collins, Joel Lawhon, Henry Phillips, Benjamin Elkins, John Story, Robert Davis, Eli Lawler and Lewis Williamson.
1810, Jul 7 -- Deed Book S Page 251-254, Chatham County, NC
Sterling Carroll deeded Daniel Carroll 143 acres adjoining Carroll's field and dwelling house. James Elliot and John Stinson were witnesses.
1810, Jul 7 - Will, Chatham County, NC
Will of Sterling Carrel Dec'd. Heirs: wife Amy Carrell, Nicey Lawhon, Dicy Lawhon and son Daniel Carrel. Executors: son Daniel Carrel and John Stinson. Witnesses: Saml. Elliott and Nicey Lawhon. Proven Feb 1813.
||Moore County Wallaces
||3 Aug 2020 |
|| 1 DNA test is associated with Sterling Carroll |
||1785 Petition, Deep River and Cape Fear River|
1785, Dec 6 -- Petition, Nov 1785-Dec 1785 General Assembly Session Records, Box 3 Folder 39
Petition by inhabitants of Chatham and Moore counties to remove fish dams, traps, wares and other intrusions from the Cape Fear and Deep Rivers. Signers include: Phil Alston, Charles Shearin, John Wilkins, Moses Myrick, Richd. Barber, Sterlin Carrell, Thos Tyson, John Pearce, John Powers and Henry Powers.
||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.
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