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1  FISHER, Samuel (I1760)
 
2
 
BAILEY, Walter Spencer (I440)
 
3
 
BAILEY, Henry Jones (I426)
 
4
 
Source (S50)
 
5
 
SMITH, Susannah (I5182)
 
6
 
KINNEAR, Robert (I5493)
 
7
 
MOORE, John L (I3257)
 
8
 
Source (S91)
 
9
 
BOYD, Bernise (I688)
 
10
 
MCKISSACK, Martha (I3107)
 
11
1820 - Robertson, TN
pge 25 (364 crossed out) line 12
Statia Burnet
1 m < 10 (assumed to be Samuel) 1 f 1 0 -16
1m 10 - 16 1 f > 45
1 m 16 - 18
1 m 16 - 26

1830 Humphreys, TN
division allotted to Sylvester Adams page 321, line 2
Elisha Burnet
1 male 15-20 (assumed to be Samuel) 1 female < 5
1 male 20-30 2 female 20-30
1 female 50-60 (assumed to be Statia)

1840 Henderson, TN
division allotted to William Morgan
page 48 line 11
Samuel Burnett
1 male < 5 1 fem < 5
1 male 5 - 10 1 fem 20 - 30
1 male 20 - 30
1 person in agriculture

next to Statia Burnett
on page with Wm Burnett age 30-40

???1830 Robertson, TN
page 395 line 10
Sam'l Burnett
1 m 30 - 40
 
BURNETT, Samuel (I1042)
 
12
1820 - Robertson, TN
pge 25 (364 crossed out) line 12
Statia Burnet
1 m < 10 1 (assumed to be Samuel) f 1 0 -16
1m 10 - 16 (assumed to be Elisha) 1 f > 45
1 m 16 - 18 (assumed to be William)
1 m 16 - 26 (repeat of William)

1830 Humphreys, TN
division allotted to Sylvester Adams page 321, line 2
Elisha Burnet
1 male 15-20 (assumed to be Samuel) 1 female < 5 (assumed to be Elisha's daughter)
1 male 20-30 (assumed to be Elisha) 2 female 20-30 (assumed to be Elisha's wife and Elisha's sister)
1 female 50-60 (assumed to be Statia)

1840 Henderson, TN
division allotted to William Morgan
page 48 line 10
Statia Burnett
1 fem 15 - 20
1 male 5 - 10 1 fem 20 - 30
1 fem 60 - 70

on page with Wm Burnett age 30-40
next to Samuel Burnett 
JONES, Anastatia (I2565)
 
13
1830 Alexander, IL
pg 2 line 19
Braken, William
1 m 20 - 30 1 f < 5
1 f 10 - 15
1 f 15 - 20
listed next to father William A

1840 Alexander, IL - Cairo dist
pg 105 line 10
Brakin, William
1 m < 5 2 f < 5
1 m 30 - 40 1 f 5 - 10
1 f 10 - 15
1 f 30 - 40
1 in ag

1850 Alexander IL Census, page 350 house 326
Brackin, William 43 SC
Martha 41 TN
Lucinda 22 IL
Fanny 20 IL
Emily 18 IL
Juliet 16 IL
Elizabeth 14 IL
Joel 12 IL
Rachael 10 IL
Jacob 08 IL
Martha 05 IL
Louis 03 IL
Mary A 6/12 IL
David Brackin 25 IL
Mary Henslon? 30 TN
Mary King 75 SC (perhaps mother of Wm Brackin?)

1855 IL State Census, page 4 Twp 15 S Range 3 W
Bracken, WM
5 free white males under 10 3 free white females under 10
1 male 10 to 20 4 females 10 to 20
1 male 40 to 50 2 females 20 to 30
value of livestock $50, militia 1

1860 Alexander, IL Census; page 79 taken 07 Jul, house 526
Brakin, Wm 53 SC farmer & B[aptist] preacher $3800 real est
$700 personal
Elizbeth 38 PA housekeeper
Racheal 18 IL
Sarah 16 IL
Martha 14 IL
Louisa 12 IL
Mary A 10 IL
William 08 IL
Willis Minton 12 IL
Wlliam Minton 10 IL
Deonsy? Minton 08 IL
Michael Minton 06 IL
Debby Minton 04 IL
Jane Minton 01 IL
William Amstrong 22 Ireland laborer $250 personal

1865 IL State Census - Thebes Precinct
taken 3 Jul by John Brown
pg 5 line 17
William Brackin
3 male < 10 2 fem < 10
4 male 10 - 20 3 fem 10 - 20
1 male 50 - 60 1 fem 30 - 40
molasses mill $100 produce
$700 value of livestock
$500 value of grain products
$100 value of other ag products
12 pounds of wool

1870 Alexander IL Census, taken 14 Jul in Thebes Precinct, house 18
Bracken, Wm 65 SC
CE 42 PA
Drew Minton 18 IL
Wm Bracken 17 IL
M Minton 16 IL
Deboria Bracken 14 IL
Jane " 11 IL
Jacob " 10 IL
Esau 08 IL
Saml 03 IL
Edna 10 IL

Daughter Deborah's obit says he was a minister of the gospel attached to the Baptist church

Questionable if correct family descendant from Isaac Bracken????

In 1880 Elijah Dickerson in Alex co has a wife named Mary who was born in Germany. Had Wm's daughter Rachel
already died? There are no Dickersons in Union Co. 
BRACKEN, William (I804)
 
14
1840 Cherokee, GA - Dist 818
pg 7 line 26 taken by James S Elliot
Elisha M Bailey
1 m 10 - 15 1 f 5 - 10
1 m 60 - 70 1 f 10 - 15
1 f 20 - 30
1 f 50 - 60 
BAILEY, Elisha M (I418)
 
15
1850 Cherokee, GA - 15th division
page 56 line 5
Jane Baily 55 SC
Salina 19 NC
listed with family of dau Lucinda Wilson 37 NC 
?, Jane (I147)
 
16
1850 Van Buren Co AR Census - Red River Twp taken 30 Oct
page 315 line 39 266 / 266
Halbrook, Joseph 31 TN farmer
Malinda 29 TN
John 9 TN
Elizabeth 7 TN
Sarah 3 AR

next door living with George W and Sarah Wright is Daniel Halbrook 6months old born in AR

1860 Van Buren Co AR Census - Craig Twp taken 31 Jul by JB Lewis
page 10 line 39 72 / 74
Halbrooks, JE 42 TN farmer $200 personal estate
Malinda 40 TN
John 20 TN laborer
Sarah 12 AR
Thomas 8 AR
Wiley 6 AR
Snthy 3 AR
Rebecca 1 AR

1870 Conway AR, Lick Mountain Twp
page 50 [3], line 7, 18/18 taken 29 Aug
Holbrook, Joe 45 TN farmer
Malinda 40 TN
J Thomas 18 AR
Wiley 16 AR
Sopha 13 AR
Rebecca 11 AR
Williams, Elizabeth 24 AR domestic servant

1880 Conway Co AR - page 347A
Halbrook, Joseph E 62 TN NC VA
Malinda wife 60 TN unk AL
Miles nephew 11 AR TN TN
Martha Smith other 19 AR TN TN

1900 Conway Co AR Census - Lick Mountain Twp
ED 8 Sheet 5 Line 52 taken in Jun by Ada C Halbrook
Smithy, Sarah J May 1847 AR TN TN widow 5/7 kids
Holloway, Thomas son Jan 1875 AR VA AR
Holloway, Emily dau May 1882 AR VA AR
Halbrook, Malindy mother Nov 1820 TN widow 6/10 kids

1910 Conway AR Census - Lick Mountain Twp
taken 30 April by Walter O French
ED 8 sheet 16a line 20 house 291 / 291
Honthee, Sarah head 64 AR TN TN widow
Malinda Halbrook mother 89 TN TN TN widow
living next door to Tom and Robt Holloway 
HILBURN, Malinda Rebecca (I2333)
 
17
exctr of f-i-l Edward Green's will, Mill Creek Hundred, dated 11 jan 1745 / 46 
BRACKEN, Thomas (I801)
 
18
Have seen her listed as dau of Robert Fielding Cooke and Susannah Watson. A Francis L Cooke was identified in the letters of Admin for her husband Wm Goodgoin.

A John Cooke (pg 83) and Wm. Goodgion and signed a petition to claim land in the Congressional Reservation Oct 1813 to TN Seneate and House of Rep.
Anserching News (Memphis Genealogical Soc) Jul 1962, pg 81

State vs. John Cooke "Ordered that the clerk issue Exectuio against the land an tenemants of John Cooke for the Tax due the State and county tax on 228 acres of land for the year 1805 and the costs accruing thereon. Judgement accordingly (Anserching News (Memphis Genealogical Soc) Jul 1962, pg 106)

1830 Maury, TN
page 389 line 23
Sarah Goodgoin
1 male 10-15
2 male 15-20
1 male 20-30
2 female under 5
1 female 15-20
1 female 20-30
1 female 40-50

She was listed 2 away from Hezekiah Cook

also listed is
Lethe Goodjoin (mayber Luther??)
2 male 5-10
1 male 20-30
3 female <5
1 female 20-30

List of Letters remaining in the post office at Mount Pleasant includes Sarah Goodjoin and William Goodjoin (20 Jul 1830, Western Mercury Newspaper)
Maury County, TN Newspaper Abstracts 1810 - 1844 compiled by Jill Knight Garrett pg 30

1840 Maury, TN 13 District
Sarah Goodjoin
1 male 5-10
1 male 15-20
2 female 15-20
1 female 60-70

Listed below her is
HH Goodjoin (was born 1816; in 1850 he is in Graves Co KY)
1 male under 5
1 male 20-30
1 female 20-30

JW Goodjoin
1 male 5-10
1 male 20-30
1 female 10-15
1 female 20-30 
COOKE, Sarah L (I1382)
 
19
Have seen that he may possibly have married
Elizabeth, perhaps named ROYALL
or Anna 
BARLOW, Thomas (I512)
 
20
Nancy McClure was born in Virginia [1860 census says PA], and died inMadison County, Ark., at the age of sixty-four or sixty-five. She andher husband Robert McCracken were members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, but were in their younger days members of the Old Presbyterian Church.

1850 Madison AR - Kings River twp
taken 29 Oct by W Hansen
page 278A line 1 house 428/428
McCracken, Robert 66 TN farmer
Nancy 55 TN
Margaret 22 TN
James 20 TN farmer
Samuel 18 TN farmer
Jane 15 TN

1860 Madison, AR - King River Twp
taken 17 Aug by J Wm Moody
page 120, line 21, house 770/770
McCracken, Campbell 28 TN
Bethina 22 TN
Jas J 6 AR
Evan 4 AR
Alonzo 9/12 AR
Minerva J Mc--- 11 AR
Nancy McCracken 69 PA 
MCCLURE, Nancy (I3002)
 
21
NC State Census 1784-87

Barrett found in the following counties

John in Bertie County
Jenet in Bertie County
Prissilla in Halifax Co
Thomas Northampton Co
Joseph in Surry Co
Abigail in Wilkes Co 
BARRETT (I548)
 
22
Robert McCracken was born in Pennsylvania, and moved with his parentsto Jonesboro, Tenn., where he remained for a short time, and then moved to Rhea County, of the same State. From thence he moved in 1839 with his family to Madison County, Ark., where he died at the age of seventy-six years.

Robert followed farming all his life, was a soldier in the War of 1812.

1830 Rhea, TN
pg 378 line 7
Robert McCracken
2 m < 5 1 f < 5
1 m 5 -1 0 1 f 5 - 10
1 m 10 - 15 1 f 10 - 15
1 m 15 - 20 1 f 15 - 20
1 m 40 - 50 1 f 30 - 40

1850 Madison AR - Kings River twp
taken 29 Oct by W Hansen
page 278A line 1 house 428/428
McCracken, Robert 66 TN farmer
Nancy 55 TN
Margaret 22 TN
James 20 TN farmer
Samuel 18 TN farmer
Jane 15 TN 
MCCRACKEN, Robert (I3047)
 
23
Smith Co Deeds
William Linville sold property to
John Roark 4 Nov 1818 bk F
John Toler 01 Jan 1819 bk F
Lewis Meador & Thomas Richardson 28 Feb 1823 bk K pg 198
John Roark 15 Sep 1830 bk K pg 356 (negro woman Caty and childAmy)
William Reece 8 Aug 1833 bk N pg 155

William Linville and wife Jane sold property to
Manson Young 3 Feb 1831 bk K pg 461
Manson Young 12 Nov 1831

1820 Smith Co TN - pg 24 (or pg 80)
Linville, Wm #1163
3 males < 10 2 females < 10
1 male 26-45 1 female 26-45

listed side by side with
Linville, Henry
2 males < 10 3 females < 10
1 male 26-45 1 female 26-45

1830 Smith Co TN - page 42/43
Linville, Wm
2 males < 5
2 males 10-15 2 females 10-15
1 male 20-30 1 female 15-20
1 male 40-50 1 female 40-50

listed on page 38/39 is Henry Linville

1840 Smith Co TN - page 246
Linville, Wm
2 males 10-15 1 female 5-10
1 male 50-60 1 female 50-60

listed on page 244 is Moses Linville age 20-30, on page 246 is Iredell Linville age 30-40

1850 Wayne MO - Agricultural Census
taken 30 Aug page 2 line 25
Linville, William
30 improved acres
50 unimproved acres
$200 cash value of property
1 horse
2 milch cows
4 swine
$37 value of livestock

1850 Wayne MO - Dist 101
taken 4 Sep 1850
page 190b, line 17 house 108 / 115
Linnville, William 64 NC farmer
Jane 64 NC
Thomas 24 TN
Lewis H 21 TN
Delia 17 TN
 
LINVILLE, William (I2865)
 
24
There are three Hughey's listed in the 1790 tax lists of KY.

Alex in Mason Co on 21 Aug 1790
John in Mason Co on 21 Aug 1790
Thomas in Fayette Co on 09 May 1789 
HUIE, ? (I2461)
 
25
William Linville and wife Jane sold property to
Manson Young 3 Feb 1831 bk K pg 461
Manson Young 12 Nov 1831 Smith Co TN

1850 Wayne MO - Dist 101
taken 4 Sep 1850
page 190b, line 17 house 108 / 115
Linnville, William 64 NC farmer
Jane 64 NC
Thomas 24 TN
Lewis H 21 TN
Delia 17 TN

1860 Wayne MO - Cedar Creek
taken 26 July by John Kemper
page 26 line 25 house 11/13
Linville, L H 28 TN farmer
Mary C 23 TN
David F 3 MO
William S 1 MO

house 11/14
Linville, Jane 78 NC 
ANDERSON, Mary Jane (I344)
 
26  TURNER, James Hobson (I5448)
 
27 (J. S. McRaven married Susie I. Miller on 19 Nov 1882, in Alexander Co., Ill. Pilgrim McRaven married Elizabeth Jane Phillips on 31 Jul 1851, in Alexander Co., Ill. According to his death certificate, J. S. McRaven, merchant and retired farmer, was born 16 Dec 1856, in McClure, Alexander Co., Ill., the son of Pilgrim McRaven and Elizabeth Phillips, a native of McClure, Ill., died 28 Feb 1938, in McClure, Alexander Co., Ill., the husband of Susie McRaven, and was buried at Mounds, Ill. His marker in Beechwood Cemetery at Mounds reads: J. Scott McRaven 1856-1938.?Darrel Dexter)

 
MCRAVEN, Joseph Scott (I3149)
 
28 or Booneville DOBBINS, John (I1546)
 
29 or Martock BUDD, Thomas (I972)
 
30 or Tyrone, Ireland MARSHALL, Mary (I2964)
 
31 or Wilkes ALLEN, Elizabeth (I320)
 
32 Shrewsbury Twp GIFFORD, Hannaniah (I1856)
 
33 !BIRTH:
*Will of Arthur Clarke, dated 2 Apr 1718, Lancaster Co, VA (per Ida JLee,
"Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills, 1653-1800" (Baltimore:
Genealogical Publishing, 1973 (reprint of 1959));
Note:
!CHRONOLOGY:
*1716, VA, Lancaster Co - tithable at 1 as "Arthur Clark"
*1718 (2 Apr), VA, Lancaster Co - made will mentioning daughter, Sarah;
brother, William Reeves; "father-in-law" [apparently meaning step-father in
today's terminology], Jno Reeves and mother [unnamed]; there is apparently no
wife mentioned; executors are John and William Reeves; witnesses are Elizabeth
Lyon, William Lewis and Giles Lawrence (bk 10, pg 264)
*1718 (2 Apr), VA, Accomack Co - owned property here which was left to brother
William Reeves, in his will bearing this date

Father: William CLARKE b: 1643/1660
Mother: Elizabeth ???

Sources:

*Will of Arthur Clarke, dated 2 Apr 1718, Lancaster Co, VA (per Ida JLee,
"Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills, 1653-1800" (Baltimore:
Genealogical Publishing, 1973 (reprint of 1959)); will is dated 2 Apr1718 and
recorded in court 11 Jun 1718
 
CLARKE, Arthur (I1289)
 
34 "Mitchell's Register" says she was baptised. SWEETMAN, Elizabeth (I4425)
 
35 "William Spencer, born about 1560 in England, arrived in Virginia in either 1607 or 1608, depending
upon which of two conflicting accounts one accepts. According to the "Encyclopedia of Virginia
Biography," Vol. I, p. 329, William Spencer arrived in the so called 'First Supply' voyage from England
to provision the first Colonists in 1608. This version is supported by information preserved by the
"Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities." The otherversion, outlined in considerable
detail on p. 580-5 of "Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1625," 1987 ed., has William
arriving in the "Sarah Constant" at Jamestown in 1607 with the very first Colonists, subordinate officer
to ship's Captain Christopher Newport. In either case, William Spencer was one of the first English
Colonists in the New World."
- taken from http://home.midsouth.rr.com/genealogy/newsom3 .htm 22Jun 07

Note: Surry county was created from James City county 1652

Refer to Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol 4 Healy - Pryor; pgs 504-505 for list of accomplishments.

See also Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography (Tyler), Vol1 p 329 
SPENCER, William (I4303)
 
36 (I) Thomas Buckingham, immigrant ancestor,
was one of the company to which Eaton
and Hopkins, London merchants, and the two
ministers, Davenport and Prudden, belonged.
The company came from London in two ships,
one of which was the "Hector," and arrived
at Boston, in New England, June 26, 1637.
They settled in New Haven, Connecticut, in
1638. Thomas Buckingham was among the
list of planters, having at that time four persons
in his family, and an estate of sixty
pounds (his share in the enterprise), and he
received land in the first division. He removed
to Milford, Connecticut, in 1639, and
was one of the company of which Peter Prudden
was pastor. He was one of the seven
charter members of the church, which was organized
at New Haven, August 22, 1639. His
name is fifth on the list of free planters in
Milford, November 29, 1639. His home lot of
three acres was a little above the present location
of the Second Congregational Church, to
the right, on the corner where the old Bryan
house stood in 1849, and was then owned by
descendants on the mother's side. His will
was made September 19, 1657. He married
(first) in England, Hannah (???), who
joined the New Haven church, February 9,
1639. He married (second) Ann (???), who
died at Milford in 1687. Children of first
wife: Hannah, born in England, 1632;
Daniel, born in England, 1636; Samuel, baptized
June 13, 1641; Mary, baptized March 27,
1643; Thomas, mentioned below.

Taken from New England Families #2 - CD 159 
BUCKINGHAM, Thomas (I955)
 
37 *1700/01 (14 Jan), VA, Lancaster Co, White Chapel Parish - tithable at 5 as
"Mrs Frances Harrison"
*1713, VA, Lancaster Co - appointed administrator of husband's (Thomas Catlett
estate
*1716, VA, Lancaster Co, St Mary's White Chapel Parish - tithable at4as "Mrs
Catlett"
 
HAZELWOOD, Frances (I2284)
 
38 /in May 1883 an 18 year old AJ Lucas embarked for Sydney aboard the Glengoil LUCAS, Alfonso James (I5503)
 
39 01 Apr 1915
Current Local, Van Buren, Carter Co. MO
pg 1 col 5 Ellsinore Echos
Mrs. Agers of Williamsville is visiting here with her brother William Sollars.

30 Aug 1923
Carter County News pg 1 col 3 Local and Personal
Mrs. Charles Hearing and daughter Mrs. Eggers of Williamsville came in Sunday for a visit at the Wamp Sollars home.

03 Jan 1924 - Greenville Sun pg 5 col 2 Williamsville News
Tom Agers left Sundays for KC where he holds a lucrative position. He spent the holidays here with his mother and other relatives.


10 Jan 1924 - Greenville Sun pg 5 col 1 Williamsville News
Mrs. Clara Cook and children who live near Fredrickstown, arrived Monday for a visit with her mother Mrs. Lettie Agers.

28 Feb 1924 - Greenville Sun pg 5 col 5
Williamsville News
Mrs. Herrin is very sick at the home of her daughter Mrs. Lettie Agers.

06 Mar 1924 - Greenville Sun pg 5 col 1
Williamsville News
Mrs. Herrin is very low at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lettie Agers.

13 Mar 1924 - Greenville Sun pg 5 col 2
Williamsville News
Mrs. Herrin, relict of the late Charlie Herrin, died last Thursday afternoon at 5 o?clock at the home of her daughter Mrs. Lettie Agers. Mrs. Herrin was sick quite a while and all that loving hands could do could not hold her here any longer. Her death was due in part to the infirmities of old age. She leaves a daughter, several grandchildren and many friends to mourn her death. The bereaved daughter, Mrs. Agers and family, have the sympathy of the community.


Son Thomas's SSN application/claim file lists Ennis Agers and Lettie E Reynolds as parents' names.

Thomas also lists mother as nearest relative for WW1 Draft card and gives her name as Lettie Steward.





 
RANNALS, Lettie Elizabeth (I3867)
 
40 05 Jul 1923 - Greenville Sun pg 5 col 1
Williamsville News
Tom Agers of Kansas City arrived Sunday for a visit with his mother and friends. He will return after the 4th.

20 Dec 1923 - Greenville Sun pg 5 col 1
Williamsville News
Tom Agers, who works near KC is home for a visit.

03 Jan 1924 - Greenville Sun GS pg 5 col 2
Williamsville News
Tom Agers left Sundays for KC where he holds a lucrative position. He spent the holidays here with his mother and other relatives.





 
AGERS, Thomas Ennis (I86)
 
41 10 Jan 1924 - Greenville Sun pg 5 col 1 Williamsville News
Mrs. Clara Cook and children who live near Fredrickstown, arrived Monday for a visit with her mother Mrs. Lettie Agers.

 
AGERS, Clara (I87)
 
42 1686 (16 Sep), VA, Middlesex Co - will probated, wife not named, son listed i
Thomas Haslewood; witnesses are Nicholas Cocke and Doodes Minor 
HASELWOOD, Thomas (I2267)
 
43 1772 purchased 100 acres on Mountain Creek, Tyron,NC
1773 purchased 100 acres in old Tyron, NC
1774 purchased 300 acres on Mountain Creek, now in Rutherford Co, NC

There are other Roberts listed as NC tax payers - 1771 in Bute co, 1753 in Chowan co, 1769 in Craven co, 1769 in Onslow, 1771 in Franklin-Warren-Vance.

Tyron was taken from Mecklenburg to become county in 1769. In turn, it became Lincoln and Rutherford in 1779.

1790 Census - Rutherford, NC
pg 130 line 28
Taylor, Robt
2 males > 15
3 females
9 slaves

1800 Census - Rutherford, NC Morgan Twp
pg 146 line 24
Taylor, Robert
1 male > 45
1 fem 16-25
1 fem 26-44
1 fem > 45
6 slaves
listed next to Joshua (> 45), Robert (26-44) and John (16-25).
 
TAYLOR, Robert (I4495)
 
44 1784-87 State Census of NC had the following Sparks

John
Josiah
Matthew
William
 
SPARKS, Samuel (I4279)
 
45 1786 Capt Wright's District Surry NC State Census
pg 2 Col 1

Simon Hadley
1 wht male 21-60
4 wt male under 21 or over 60
4 wht females

next door is Thomas Hadley
1 wt male 21-60
1 wt male <21 or >60
5 females

Cane Creek Monthly Meeting
1779, 6, 5. p. 391, Joshua & Simon Hadley, s Thomas, disowned for having joined the present commotion so far as to appear in a warlike manner.
1779, 10, 2. Simon Hadley condemned for taking an affirmation of Fidelity under the present unsettled state of public affairs.

Descendants of Simon Hadley qualify for membership in the Daughters of the American Revoluation based on his Patriotic Service.

Surry Co, NC Deed Book B, p. 12-13. 3 April 1780. NC Grant to Simon Hadley 640 acres both sides south fork Deep Creek; agreed lines with Thomas Bagley & David Crafford, crossing Mill Creek.

Surry Co, NC Deed Book B p. 295-296. 11 December 1783. Simon Hadley to Thomas Hadley 5 shippings. 310 acres. N fork Deep Creek adjoining Simon Hadley on North, Henry Speer, Thomas Johnson.

Surry Co, NC Deed Book C p. 381. 9 November 1787. Grand Simon Hadley 200 acres waters N fork Deep Creek.

Surry Co, NC Will Abstracts. 3:57. Will of Simon Hadley, Sr., 1 Mar 1803. Son Thomas to have 310 off the homeplace. Son Simon, Jr. to have 330 acres I live on. Wife Bridgett to have cleared land on N side of Creek. Four daughters. Son-in-law Thomas Lakey and wife Ann, Son-in-lawFrancis Baker & wife Patience. Son-in-law John Martin and wife Margaret. Son-in-law Joseph Marshall and wife Ruth. Grandsons John & Simon Martin, sons of John Martin, Sr. to have 200 acres adjoining George D. Holcomb on Deep Creek. Executors: sons Thomas & Simon. Wit: Joshua Hadley, Daniel Hough, Moses Adams. Proven by Hough and Adams. Rec. May Court 1803. (Note: Simon Hadley was a birthright Quaker.)
 
HADLEY, Simon (I2064)
 
46 1790 Anson, NC
page 185, line 17
division allotted to Guildford Dudley
Charles Taylor
2
1
4
0 other free
0 slaves

1800 Anson, NC - Fayetteville
pg 234, line 1
Charles Taylor
100102001

1810 Census - Anson, NC
line 6 written pg 10
Chas Taylor
31010210100

1820 Census - Anson, NC
Poe - pg 58 line 18
Charles Taylor
2111011100104

1830 Buncombe NC
pg 224 line 26 (3rd from bottom)
Charles Taylor
1 male 20 - 30 1 fem 15 - 20
1 male 60 - 70 1 fem 50 - 60

1840 Henderson NC
pg 155 line 9
Charles Taylor
1 male 10 - 15 1 fem 5 - 10
1 male 70 - 80 1 fem 60 - 70
1 in agriculture

Rutherford Co, NC Land entries 1779-1795 #889
Charles Taylor 20 Feb 1788 50 acres
 
TAYLOR, Charles (I4477)
 
47 1790 Census - Chester, SC
pg 181 line 7
McCrivan, Dunkin
1 male > 16
3 male < 16
3 femals
0 slaves

1790 Census - Union, NC
taken 5 May 1791 by James Saxon
Col. Brandon's Regt
line 16 page 39
McCravin, Dunkin
1 male > 16
3 males < 16
3 females
4 slaves

1810 Census - Iredell, NC
pg 201 handwritten 266 printed
McCravin, Dunkin
1 fee white male > 45

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume I
Number 2, Spring, 1973
Compensation for Revolutionary Service
SCMAR, Vol. I, Spring 1973, No. 2, p.69
27 paid Duncan McCrevon wounded at Wrights Bluff in 81, 13.
1779 Duncan McCreevan served as a horseman in the SC Militia-379 days.
Feb 27 1781 Duncan McCrevon was wounded at Wright's Bluff.


Need to follow up -
Jan 21 1785 Duncan McCreven was granted 150 acres of land on the ?

Jan 21 1785 Duncan McCreven was granted 100 acres of land on the ?

April 18th 1785 Duncan McCrevan sold 100 acres of land on the waters ?

Possible Father for Duncan:
A "Thomas McCreaven" was recorded in the Hearth Money Rolls
There was also a "John McCreave" of Carnmoney Parish in County Antrim,

John McRaven was in Mecklenburg Co, NC before 1771-
may have had a farm 120 acres of land in Maryland
1783 John Sr named as an adjoining land owner to Samuel Buchanan

Aug 9 1771
"Ordered P the Court that the following Persons-William Alexander,

"Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, Vol. II, 1801-1820," transcribed by Herman W. Ferguson, on
page 179, of the 1813 May session, Bk. 5, pg. 296, "The Execution of the under
written Bill of Sale, Deeds, &c was proven & acknowledged in Court & ordered
to be recorded, Viz:........... William, Charles, & James Polk, Heirsof
Thomas Polk, Decd., to Duncan McRaven, for 170 acres of Land bearing date the
30th day October 1796, [proved] by Isaac Alexander."

There is an Elizabeth McRaven m. Robert Hood 15 may 1797, John Maxwell bondsman in Mecklenburg, NC. Perhaps a sister or niece ... dauElizabeth m. Luke Hood (b. 1792) in Knox, TN in 1816.

There is a Duncan McCrevan listed in the 1766 Religious Census of Ireland in Craigalappan, Antrim, Ireland. Perhaps father or older relative.

Also have seen his mother identified as Mary Stewart b. 1736 in SC. 
MCRAVEN, Duncan Benjamin (I3138)
 
48 1790 Census - Surry, NC
521 (referenced also as pg 185?) line 2 column 3
Dobbins, Jacob
2 male >16
3 male < 16
6 females
 
DOBBINS, Jacob (I1543)
 
49 1790 census spelling in Jesse Garlin

In the 1812 Census of Davidson Co, there are three GARLANDs listed

#222 Elisha

#421 Elisha Jr (Jr is often used to mean "the younger", not necessarily "the son")
#422 Jesse

Also listed in TNeans in the War of 1812 are the following Garlands:
Jesse Cpl Col R H Dyer, Capt Robert Evans Vol Mtd Gunmen
Jesse Pvt Col John Coffee, Capt Daniel Ross, Mtd Gunmen
Jos. Pvt Col Samuel Bayless Capt Jonathan Wadell, E TN Mil (also listed as Joshua)
Samuel, Sgt Maj Gen A Jackson, Col Thomas Williamson, Capt Robert Steele, Vol Mtd Gunmen

In TN Solders in the Rev by Penelope J Allen
NC Rev Army Accounts for Soldiers Residing in Washington and Sullivan Counties, TN
between 1781 - 1783 include
Jesse Garland I 9 2
John Garland XII 84 2
the roman numberls refer to the Vol Pg and Folio at the NC State Archives in Raliegh for the Rev Army Accts

Listed as taxpayers in Halifax co Nc in 1783 are Jonathan and Patrick Garland.

Elisha Garland was bondsman to the marriage of Jordon Reaves to Mary MAgnus on 07 Nov 1799 (Davidson Co Mrg Book 1788-1799, pg 234)
and George Reeves to Mary Land 31 May 1799 (Davidson Co Mrg Book 1788-1799, pg 231)
 
GARLAND, Jesse (I5158)
 
50 1790 Mecklenburg, NC
pg 376 line 2
Captain Charles Polk
2 m < 16 3 f
3 m > 16
4 slaves

listed next to William Polk Sr
also listed are Thomas and John Polk

1800 Mecklenburg, NC
pg 574 line 13
Charles Polk Sr
2 m 10 - 16 1 f < 10
1 m > 45 1 f 10 - 16
1 f 26 - 45
6 slaves

1810 Mecklenburg, NC - Capt Moore's Division
pg 45 or 502 (both written) line 15
Charles Polk (indexed as Poth in Ancestry)
1 m < 10 1 f > 45
1 m > 45
5 slaves
listed next to Wm Polk

1820 Mecklenburg, NC
pg 183 printed line 12
Charles T Polk
1 m 16 - 26 1 f > 45
1 m > 45
1 in ag
listed next to Will and Charley Polk (both age 26 - 45)

did dua Mary m. Daniel Brown 24 dec 1794, Meck, NC? If so, is it same Dan'l Brown
who m. again on 25 Oct 1804 - did Mary die before Oct 1804? 
POLK, Charles T (I3730)
 

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