John Argo

Male Bef 1771 - Bef 1804  (~ 33 years)


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  • Name John Argo 
    Born Bef 1771 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 1 Aug 1804 
    Notes 
    • 1787, Aug 30 -- Land Grant #483, Randolph County, NC
      Isaac Redfern received 200 acres located on Flat Branch of Brush Creek and the County line adjoining William Needham and Edwards. Mayness Teague and John Argo were chain carriers.

      1788, Feb 13 -- Deed Book D Page 537, Chatham County, NC
      William and Sary Needham deeded John Vandiford a portion of 200 acres located on Ceder Creek adjoining James Deaton. John Argo and James Deaton were witnesses.

      1788, Nov 19 -- 1784-1797 Land Entries, Moore County, NC
      #155 John Argo entered 100 acres adjoining his own line and Chatham County line.

      1789, Mar 20 -- Land Grant #349, Moore County, NC
      John Argo received 100 acres located on Cedar Creek adjoining his own line and the Chatham County line. Gabriel Harden and William Cook were chain carriers.

      1790, Jun 15 -- 1787-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Randolph County, NC Page 119
      Ordered that Matthew Hamilton be overseer of the road from Chatham County line across Deep River at Searcey's Ford and to the [Moore] County line and work the following hands: Edmond Waddell, William Argo, Athur Reed, Joseph Rich, Jacob Routh, Charles Gray, John Reed, Richd. Bird, Robert Carr, Joseph Hix, Jesse Pits, William Searcey, James Bowdon, William Harris, Windsor Pearce, David Andrews, Wake Andrews, John Spinks, James Lathem, Howel Brewer, Nathl. Mullins, Charles Stewart, William Latham, John Argo and James Deaton.

      1791, Jan 24 -- Deed Book E Page 137-138, Chatham County, NC
      Hermon Husband Junr. (of PA) deeded Edmond Waddill (of Randolph County) 225 acres located north of Deep River near Wilcox's Ironwork. Bryan Boroughs, John Husband and John Argo were witnesses.

      1791, Mar 15 -- 1787-1794 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Randolph County, NC Page 143
      David Andrews appointed overseer of the road from the Chatham line leading across Deep River at Searcy's Ford and to the [Moore] County line with the following hands: Edmond Waddell, William Argo, Arthur Read, Jacob Read, John Read, Richard Bird, Robert Carr, Jesse Pits, Joseph Carr, William Searcey, Michael Andrews, Howel Brewer, Charles Stewart, John Argo and John Deaton.

      1793, Jun 1 -- Deed Book G Page 117, Chatham County, NC
      John Argo [of Randolph County] deeded Zachariah Smith [of Moore County] 250 acres located on Cedar Creek and [Moore] County line. Edmd. Waddill and Isaac Smith were witnesses.

      1793, Nov 19 -- Land Grant #1461, Moore County, NC
      James Ditton received 200 acres on the Randolph County line adjoining Phillips and Morgan's old field. John Argo and Wm. Waddle were chain carriers.

      1793, Nov 19 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 423
      Deed from William Ricket/Picket to John Argo proven by William Argo

      1794, Aug 18 -- 1784-1795 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 470
      Deed from John Argo to Isaac Teague proven by Zachariah Smith

      1797, Oct 8 -- Land Grant #1460, Moore County, NC
      John Argo received 200 acres located on the Sedars, Pates Creek of Deep River including Little Seadar Spring adjoining William Davis, Zachariah Smith and David Allison. Jas. Harden and Wm. McSween were chain carriers.

      1799, May 14-Nov -- Estate, Chatham County, NC
      Estate of John Powers, Dec'd. David Powers was named administrator with Joseph Gilliland, James Deaton and John Thompson as securities. John Powers died May 3, 1799. Petition for division of 200 acres located on Cedar Creek. Edmond Waddill, Jos. Lambert and Joseph Gilliland (with John Argo as witness) divided among the following heirs: widow Susannah Powers, James Powers, David Powers, Moses and Karey Kidd and George and Elizabeth Railey. Items from the estate were purchased by: Susanna Powers, David Powers, Jams. Powers, Wm. Campbell, Joseph Hix, Henry Powers, Levi Lawler, Moses Kidd, Greel Norton, Wm. Searcy, Eldredg Deaton, John Vandeford and Benjamin Shields.

      1804, Aug 1 -- Estate, Randolph County, NC
      Estate of John Argo, Dec'd. by Administrators Allen Bullack and Izbel Argo. Accounts/notes/judgements listed on: Thomas Lankford, James Braidy, James Cocker (now in SC), Jacob Wright (now in SC), John Gilliam, William Argo, James Sanders (left state), John Vandiford, Greenberry Cook (left state) and Willis Elkins. Administrators paid the following notes: Moses Teague, Joseph Hicks, William Searsey, Vandaford, Isaac Teague, Bradley Garner, James W. Cokers, Thomas Avery, James Garner and George Moore. Ordered Wm. Armistead, Matthew Waddill/Waddell and William Nedham Esq. be appointed to settle with Allan v. Admr. of John Argo Dec'd.
    Person ID I49480  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 13 Sep 2020