Fuschia color is tony L. Johnson, Peggy Johnson and Lee Johnson’s Relations mostly: Burton Farmer, Carter, Dale, Lound,Haile & Hatcher relations



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2 Thomas MOSS b: 1684

2 Elizabeth MOSS c: 1686

2 William MOSS c: 17 Feb 1688
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McAdow Family Information

John McAdow
[son of William McAdow and ? ?]
born: 1710
died:
married:
wife: Ellen Nelson
[daughter of Alexander Nelson and ? ?]
born: c1736 - Guilford County, North Carolina
died: 1770

MY NOTES: 1759 John McAdoo is in Rowan County Tax Lists, and in 1770 Guilford County Formed from Orange and ROWAN CO NC

Children of John McAdow and Ellen Nelson McAdow:

1. David McAdow


He was the sheriff of Dickson County, Tennessee for six years.
born: c1758 - Guilford County, North Carolina
died: 27 February 1839 - Guilford County, North Carolina
married: 6 March 1786 - Guilford County, North Carolina
wife: Margaret McClain
born:
died:

2. Samuel McAdow


Presbyterian Minister until 1810
Cumberland Presbyterian Minister
born: 10 April 1760 - Guilford County, North Carolina
died: 24 March 1844 - Bond County, Illinois
buried: Mt. Gilead Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery - Bond County, Illinois
1st marriage: 24 November 1788 - maybe Guilford County, North Carolina
1st wife: Henrietta Wheatley
[daughter of ? Wheatley and ? ?]
born:
died: 20 April 1799 -

Children of Samuel McAdow and Henrietta Wheatley McAdow:

2.1. died in infancy

2.2. died in infancy

2.3. died in infancy

2.4. died in infancy

2.5. Isabella McAdow


born: 28 December 1792 - Guilford County, North Carolina
died: 15 October 1872 - Greenville, Bond County, Illinois
buried: Mt. Gilead Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery - Bond County, Illinois
married: 11 June 1812 - Dickson County, Tennessee
husband: James Hunter
[son of John Hunter and Elizabeth Maben]
born: 21 June 1790 - Tennessee
died: 12 April 1848 - Greenville, Bond County, Illinois
buried: Mt. Gilead Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery - Bond County, Illinois

Children of Isabella McAdow Hunter and James Hunter:

2.5.1. Martha Ann Hunter


born:
died:

2.5.2. Elizabeth "Betsy" Hunter


born: 1813 - Dickson County, Tennessee
died:
married: 30 July 1833 - Greenville, Bond County, Illinois
husband: Samuel Brown Gower
born: 1811 - Davidson County, Tennessee

2.5.3. Samuel M. Hunter


born:
died:

2.5.4. Mary C. "Polly" Hunter


born:
died:

2.5.5. David Foster Hunter


born:
died:

2.5.6. Susan Hannah Hunter


born:
died:

2.5.7. William M. Hunter


born:
died:

2nd marriage of Rev. Samuel McAdow:


2nd wife of Rev. Samuel McAdow: Catherine Clark
[daughter of: ? Clark and ? ?]
born:
died: 17 May 1804

Child of Samuel McAdow and Catherine Clark McAdow:

2.6.


3rd marriage of Rev. Samuel McAdow: 24 July 1806 - Sumner County, Tennessee
3rd wife of Rev. Samuel McAdow: Hannah Cope
[daughter of ? Cope and ? ?]
born:
died: 3 June 1839 - Bond County, Illinois
buried: Mt. Gilead Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery - Greenville, Bond County, Illinois

Children of Samuel McAdow and Hannah Cope McAdow:

2.7. Samuel Nelson McAdow


born: 11 September 1806 - Dickson County, Tennessee
died: 27 November 1873 - Bond County, Illinois
buried: Mt. Gilead Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery - Greenville, Bond County, Illinois
1840 Census - Bond County, Illinois
1850 Census - Bond County, Illinois
1860 Census -
1870 Census - Bond County, Illinois
1st marriage:
1st wife: Jane Hays
born: 15 July 1817
died: 3 September 1844

Children of Samuel Nelson McAdow and Jane Hays McAdow:

2.7.1. Mary Ann McAdow


born: 7 November 1836 - Illinois

2.7.2. Nancy H. McAdow


born: 14 May 1837 - Illinois
1850 Census - Bond County, Illinois (living with father and step-mother)

2.7.3. John B. McAdow


born: 22 September 1839 - Illinois
1850 Census - Bond County, Illinois (living with father and step-mother)
1870 Census - Bond County, Illinois
wife:

2.7.4. William Paisley McAdow


born: 6 November 1841
1850 Census - Bond County, Illinois (living with father and step-mother)

2nd marriage of Samuel Nelson McAdow: 13 February 1845 - Bond County, Illinois


2nd wife of Samuel Nelson McAdow: Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" Brewer
born: 16 October 1809 - Massachusetts
died: 23 October 1858 -
buried: Mt. Gilead Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery - Bond County, Illinois
1850 Census - Bond County, Illinois

Children of Samuel Nelson McAdow and Elizabeth Ann Brewer McAdow:

2.7.5. Emily J. McAdow


born: 1846 - Illinois
1850 Census - Bond County, Illinois (living with parents)

2.7.6. Samuel N. McAdow


born: January 1849 - Illinois

2.7.7. Elizabeth B. McAdow


born: 1850 - Illinois
1870 Census - Bond County, Illinois (living with father)

2.7.8. Sarah Lucy McAdow


born: 1856 - Illinois
1870 Census - Bond County, Illinois (living with father)

2.8. David King McAdow


born: 14 March 1809 - Dickson County, Tennessee
died: 28 October 28, 1870 - Johnson County, Texas
buried: Mt. Gilead Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery - Bond County, Illinois
married: 25 December 1828 - Bond County, Illinois
wife: Nancy Wright
[daughter of ? Wright and ? ?]
born: 23 September 1812 -
died:
buried:

3. John McAdow


He was the trustee of Dickson County, Tennessee for fourteen years.
born: c1762 - Guilford County, North Carolina
died: 1856 - Humphreys County, Tennessee
married: - Dickson County, Tennessee
wife: Cecilia Hannah McNeiley
[daughter of Hugh McNeilly and Margaret Martin]
born: c1804 - Davidson County, Tennessee
died:

Children of John McAdow and Hannah McNeiley McAdow:

3.1. James H. McAdow


born: 17 June 1823
died:

3.2. John M. McAdow


born: 3 April 1831 - Dickson County, Tennessee
died: McEwen, Humphreys County, Tennessee

3.3. Hugh McAdow


born:
died:

4. William McAdow


born: c1764 - Guilford County, North Carolina
died:
married: 31 October 1788 - Guilford County, North Carolina
wife: Martha Black
born:
died:

5. James McAdow


born: c1766 - Guilford County, North Carolina
died: 1800 -
wife: Margaret Houston
born:
died:

Children of James McAdow and Margaret Houston McAdow:

5.1. Mary McAdow


husband: James Larkins

5.2. Sarah McAdow


husband: ? Houston

5.3. Dorcas McAdow


husband: ? Nesbitt

5.4. Martha McAdow



5.5. John McAdow

5.6. William McAdow

5.7. David McAdow

5.8. Ezra McAdow

6. Sarah McAdow
born:
died:
married: 18 February 1774 - Guilford County, North Carolina
husband: John A. Larkins, Sr.
[son of Hugh Larkin and ? ?]
born: c1748 - River Shannon, Ireland
died: 17 April 1826 - Dickson County, Tennessee

Children of Sarah McAdow Larkins and John A. Larkins:

6.1. Joseph L. Larkins


born: 19 June 1786 - Guilford County, North Carolina
died: 23 September 1837 - Dickson County, Tennessee
married: 25 May 1815
wife: Catherine Clark
[daughter of Hance Clark and Mary Bailey]
born: 25 May 1791 - Guilford County, North Carolina
died: 30 November 1858 - Dickson County, Tennessee

6.2. John A. Larkins, Jr.

6.3. Sarah "Sally" Larkins
married: 1805
husband: Benjamin Clark
[son of George Clark and ? ?]
1754 death of Thomas Flippin Jr. of Cumberland Co. Va he is reported to be the son of Thomas Flippin Sr. of Ulster Ireland and Scotland

Note: The estate settlement listed four known children and they are listed in the order as they appeared on the record. He was deceased by by 25 Mar 1754 when the guardianship record was filed. The estate inventory and settlement records were filed 23 Jun 1755, 25 Aug 1755 and 24 Nov 1755. No mention was made of a widow. Four known children were mentioned. Guardians were appointed for his sons, Thomas Flippen and William Flippen. There may have been other children. He was an owner of a plantation on which he raised tobacco and livestock at the time of his death

Children


Ann Flippin

Elizabeth Flippin

William Flippin

Thomas Flippin married Rhoda McAdoo daughter of John McAdoo of Ireland and Scotland



These Capt. John McAdoo families of Rowan to Guilford Co NC are the Neighbors of Anne Johnson widow of John Johnson and Daughter in Law of Hudson Johnson in 1837 Humphreys Co. TN.

Notes: See1747 pg 144: Will of Elizabeth Flippen this is the mother of Thomas Flippen Jr who was married to Thomas Flippen Sr. Elizabeth Flippen is Grandmother to Thomas Johnson, Anne Johnson, John Johnson and William Johnson the grand children of his mother Elizabeth Flippen died 1747 in Cumberland Co. Va

This Thomas Flippen deceased in 1754 Cumberland Co. is the Uncle to Thomas Johnson, Anne Johnson, John Johnson and William Johnson the grand children of his mother Elizabeth Flippen died 1747 in Cumberland Co. Va.

Notes: 1755 Nov 24: Pg 109: Appraisal of the estate of Thos. Flippen.: By Thomas Walker, Ralph Flippen, John Merryman: Pd by John Roland. Pg 110: Pd Murry, Pd Macky: Moses Smith, One wescoat for Wm Flippen, three pair of shoes of Holland (?) for Elizabeth Flippen 9 yards of Sankin (?) for Anne Flippen, one pair shoes for Ann Flippen

1759 ROWAN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA TAX LIST



Francis JOHNSTON (Crane CR)

RESEARCH NOTES: From " Crock Pot" by Dean Crocker e-mail is rderock@attglobal.net: Peter King born abt 1723 New Kent Co. Va died abt 1788 in what becomes Greene Co. Tn he married on Mary Johnston born Feb 9 1725-1726 in New Kent Co. Va: Mary is reported to be daughter of Francis Johnson born abt 1700 New Kent CO. Va and wife Jane: Francis Johnston died Dec 4 1759 Guilford Co. NC: Their son Peter King was born abt 1748 and died 1825 in Smith County Tn. He was married to Mary Jane Edwards born Dec 4 1759 Guilford Co. NC.

RESEARCH NOTES 1728 May 25: Francis son of Francis and Jane Johnson born: Register of St. Peters Parish

Notes: 1729-30 Febry 5th, Isaac son of Frances & Jane Johnson born Register of St. Peters Parish



RESEARCH NOTES 1735 Benjamin Son of Francis & Jane Johnson born Ma_. __, baptized ___ 13. Register of St. Peters Parish

RESEARCH NOTES Francis Johnson is a name Associated with Richard Johnson “ An Immigrant” who brought his wife and son Francis into the Jamestowne Colony. This is possible the Richard Johnson servant to William Farrar whose wife was Cecily Reynolds Bailey whose daughter Temperance Bailey was the wife of LTC Richard Cocke of Henrico County, see other Husbands of Cecily which would include Peter De Montague 3rd

RESEARCH NOTES: Richard Johnson lived on Neck of Land where we find the John DOds families before they moved over into Northfarnham Creek who are also in this Rowan CO File

Peter King

1745 Aug 20: Brunswick County: Peter King 100 acres on Buffalo Creek: Source Land Office Patents # 23 1743-1745, v 1-2 pg 112 on reel 21: Library of Virginia Archives Section:.



1759 Rowan Co Tax Lists Peter KING......Richard KING.....Robert KING.....James KING.....John KING & Negroes JOHN and VALDRICK.....Edward KING.....Peter KING..... ______ KILLONHOOK......Johnson KING http://www.mindspring.com/~forsythnc/1759.html

SUB Notes: on Peter King

RESEARCH NOTES: 1674 Oct 4: Eusebius King on Swift Creek by Willm Randolph:

RESEARCH NOTES 1682 Dec 2 Eusebius King on Swift Creek:

RESEARCH NOTES 1687 April 21: Eusebius King's neighbor is Samuel Newman:

RESEARCH NOTES 1698 Oct 15 Eusebius King's neighbor is Henry Randolph on Swift Creek:

RESEARCH NOTES Swift Creek and Appottomax River is the Ancestorial home of William Hatcher b. 1613

RESEARCH NOTES 1723 Mar 24 a Peter King Hanover County lands are on Lines of John McQuerry and Capt John Symes ( Simms):

RESEARCH NOTES: Unknown if connected to Peter King of 1723 Sept 5 of Hanover County on Turkey Creek:

RESEARCH NOTES 1729 Sept Hanover Co. a Peter King on Southanna River by John Clark and Andrew Hunter

RESEARCH NOTES 1735 Hanover County a Benjamin Johnson is on Turkey Run Creek

RESEARCH NOTES 1737 Aug 15 Hanover Co Neighbor of Peter King is John Horn on Turkey Creek

RESEARCH NOTES CROSSING SURNAMES: John Symes (Simms) owns land 1730 on Goochland County by Timothy Rich on Head of Beaverdam Creek

RESEARCH NOTES Capt. John Symes is the half brother of Patrick Henry married to a Dandridge: Patrick Henry was also married to a Shelton which is the Matlock-Witt lines

James JOHNSON

William JAMES.

Jas. JACKSON, & 2 sons and free NEGRO

Abraham JETUN

James JACKSON

Cornelius JUNER

Robett JOHNSON

Edward JOHNSON

William JOHNSTON

Johnston King

Charles King, born in 1806 in what is now Quaker Gap Township, was the son of Johnson King and Margaret Stanley His grandfather, also named Johnson King, received a land grant from the state of North Carolina for an area on the Dan River in 1754. Charles King's maternal grandmother was also a resident of this area long before it became Stokes County. The home of Charles King and Francis Kiser, whom he married May 17, 1826, was located on the Hollow Road. Their log cabin on his father-in-law's land was built on property that Francis received; however, entanglements caused it to revert back to Mr. Kiser. When the Charles King family moved to Beardstown, Illinois in 1834 http://juliemorrison.com/gen/rickles/rr01/rr01_077.htm

John JACKSON married Nancy KING daughter of Johnson KING 1819 Stokes Co NC. They removed to Indiana as does Johnson KING http://juliemorrison.com/surry/qu98.htm

1751 Johnson King is listed Contributor's Note: The following is the tithable (tax) list for residents on the Dan River in 1751 from the North Carolina State Archives. The Dan River flows through Stokes and Rockingham Counties in North Carolina. The spelling and punctuation of the original document are retained. 1751 Dan River Tax List

This tax list was found between the walls of the old court house by Wm. D. Kizziah, Register of Deeds. When found, it was but scraps of paper, but was fitted together and transcribed by him. This list was made before Rowan Co, NC was divided into other counties and is the oldest tax list ever found in Rowan (to my knowledge). It contains no figures and is not typed here as copied. I have put the "a's" together, the "b's together, etc. When a slave or negro is listed with another's name, I left those names as they appeared on the typed list. Some names in the "b's" were torn off or could not be read. They are listed at the end of this page. There is a copy of this list, as transcribed by Mr. Kizziah, in the Rowan County Library, Salisbury, NC. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/taxlists/tax1759.txt

How did King's Cabin or King get its name? The answer to this interesting question is based on a combination of facts, conjectures, and assumptions. Charles King, for whom the city is named, was only 28 years old when he left North Carolina. At the time he left the community, he owned no property and was not outstanding in any other way. The second son of Johnson and Margaret Stanley King, Charles King was born and reared in what is now Quaker Gap Township. His older brother Alexander King stayed in Stokes County and became one of its most prominent citizens.Charles King married Francis Kiser, daughter of Harmon and Sallie Kiser, one of Stokes County's largest landowners, on July 17, 1826. They moved into a log house on his father-in-law's land. This house was on the Hollow Road, and the community was referred to as King's Cabin, for this cabin was probably the only home in the area. http://juliemorrison.com/gen/rickles/rr01/rr01_077.htm


RESEARCH NOTES 1759 Rowan Co Tax Lists Peter KING......Richard KING.....Robert KING.....James KING.....John KING & Negroes JOHN and VALDRICK.....Edward KING.....Peter KING..... ______ KILLONHOOK......Johnson KING http://www.mindspring.com/~forsythnc/1759.html
RESEARCH NOTES 23 July 1759: Deed from Johnston King [Johnson King] to Joseph Tate, 350 acres on N side of Dan River, Rowan County, NC.
RESEARCH NOTES 1759 July 23 4-238: Johnston King of Rowan Co. NC to Joseph Tate of same, £51, 350 acres on north side Dan River, to Mayho River, then down said River to Dan River. Wit. Anth. Hampton, John McClaren. (FHL film 313,544) http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dobson/nc/ncrowan.htm

RESEARCH NOTES Johnson King is listed in 1759 ROWAN COUNTY TAX LIST John McADOO: also in this County

RESEARCH NOTES 1800 -Stokes Co., NC - Johnson King is on the census showing one male age 26-45, one female age 0-10 and one female age 16-26. 550

RESEARCH NOTES 1810 - Stokes Co., NC - Johnson King is on the census showing one two males age 0-10, one male age 26-45, 2 females age 0-10, 1 female age 10-16 and one female age 26-45. 551

RESEARCH NOTES 1812 Jan 4 - Stokes Co., NC - Johnson King is the bondsman to the marriage of Jesse Stanley Jr., brother of Johnson's wife Margaret, to Mary "Polly" Childress. 552

RESEARCH NOTES 1820 - Stokes Co.,NC - Johnson King is on the census showing one male age 10-16, one male age 16-26,one male age over 45, one females age 0-10, 2 females age 10-16 and one female age 26-45

RESEARCH NOTES Charles King, born in 1806 in what is now Quaker Gap Township, was the son of Johnson and Margaret Stanley King. His grandfather, also named Johnson King, received a land grant from the state of North Carolina for an area on the Dan River in 1754. http://juliemorrison.com/gen/rickles/rr01/rr01_077.htm

RESEARCH NOTES Children of Jesse Stanley, Sr. and 1) Agnes Bowles
Female Stanley (abt. 1773)
John Stanley (1775-abt. 1861) m. 1) Susanna Gideons (abt. 1776-abt. 1801); 2) Mary
Margaret Stanley (1781-?) m. Johnson King, Sr. (abt. 1781-?)
Elizabeth Stanley (1783-?) m. Nathan Freeman

RESEARCH NOTES Children of Jesse Stanley, Sr. and 2) ? Smith
Jesse Stanley (abt. 1792-bef. 1850) m. Mary (Polly) Childress (abt. 1794-aft. 1850),
d/o Benjamin Childress and Lucy Walker
Thomas Stanley (abt. 1794-abt. 1850) m. Lucinda (Marion) Pace (abt. 1795-abt. 1855),
d/o Edmund Marion Pace and Susan Walker
Amy Stanley (1809) m. John Garner (1799-1850), s/o William Garner and Eva Call http://www.fmoran.com/rockford/stanley.html

RESEARCH NOTES Margaret Stanley and Johnson King, Sr.
Nancy King m. John Jackson
Alexander King m. Bethania King
Charles King (1806) m. Francis Kiser (1811)
Mary King m. John Smith
Elizabeth King m. Stewart Bolton
Johnson King m. Matilda Moosley
William King
Ruth King m. Henry Dean
Margaret King m. David Goins
Gabriel King m. Susan Mendenhall http://www.fmoran.com/rockford/stanley.html

RESEARCH NOTES Johnson KING Jr. Born ca 1812 in Stokes Co., NC

RESEARCH NOTES John JACKSON married Nancy KING daughter of Johnson KING 1819 Stokes Co NC. They removed to Indiana as does Johnson KING . http://www.juliemorrison.com/surry/qu98.htm

1759 July 23 4-238: Johnston King of Rowan Co. NC to Joseph Tate of same, £51, 350 acres on north side Dan River, to Mayho River, then down said River to Dan River. Wit. Anth. Hampton, John McClaren. (FHL film 313,544) http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dobson/nc/ncrowan.htm



Joseph Tate

Anth. Hampton,

John McClaren

1759 July Anthony Hampton home on the Dan River in Rowan County



Anthony HAMPTON

RESEARCH NOTES 1755 ERA: Anthony Hampton, demonstrated ambition and an ability to lead.

He farmed, learned surveying, and drilled the local militia.

In 1741 the 26 year old married Elizabeth Preston on her twenty-first birthday.

Restless, searching for new land and fresh opportunities, Anthony moved his growing family from Tidewater Virginia north to Loudon and then south to what is now Halifax County.

Later he built a home on the Dan River in Rowan County, North Carolina, where his neighbors chose him to command their frontier militia company.

In 1755, at the height of the French and Indian War, Captain Hampton and his men spent the summer campaigning against Indians in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Respected in his community, he became known as one who stood up for colonial rights. Elected to the North Carolina general assembly, Hampton served only six weeks; the governor dissolved the body in March 1773. "Wade Hampton" by Walter Brian Cisco

RESEARCH NOTES Anthony HAMPTON (John (Jr.)) was born 12 Apr 1715 in New Kent Co., VA. He died 1 Jul 1776 in Ninety-Six District (Spartanburg Co), S.C..

John (Jr.) HAMPTON was born 3 Jun 1683 in Hampfield, Gloucester County, VA.. He died 26 Jun 1747/1748 in Fairfax Co., VA.

Occupation: Hampfield from father in 1677


He married MARGARET WADE of Gloucester County, VA. JOHN II was educated for the church, like his grandfather but never took orders. He died Jan 15,1748 in Fairfax County,VA.
John Hampton (son of John and Mary Mann) was born 3 Jun 1683, in Gloucester Co., Baptized Sunday Jun 18, 1683 by his grandfather, Rev. Thomas Hampton. This is in John’s prayer book. Married 1st day of 1712 or Mar 25th 1712 in the new calendar. Margeret was born 1 May 1694. They lived first in New Kent (land record 1712 has father giving him the land. Also lived later (until 1736) in Essex County. 1742 in Pr. William County. John died 18 Jan 1747. Margaret died 17 May 1773 with the entry in the prayer book "That she hath done shall be spoken of for a memorial of her". Issue: as recorded in prayer book and bible, John Wade, called Wade, 27 May 1713, died 1726 of fever, Anthony 2 Feb 1715. (Married Mary Preston), Mary 10 Jun 1717, twin sons William and Richard, 30 March 1719 who lived only a few months, James born 3 Sep 1723, Margaret born 16 Dec 1725, John born May 27 1727, Thomas born Oct 17, 1729, and Rosamond 8 Sep 1735.
"Wade Hampton" by Walter Brian Cisco; page 5: "The name Wade entered the family lexicon when John Hampton Jr. - the captain's son - married Margaret Wade of New Kent County. The first of their twelve children was christened John Wade Hampton. When he was just thirteen years old, "died our beloved oldest son Wade Hampton of a Lingering fever," wrote the grieving father in the family Bible. "God's will be done."
Title: Hampton Family of the Southern States

Author: Miller, Dr. J. L.

Publication: District of Columbia Gen. Rec. Com. Report, Vol. 232.

Repository: NSDAR LIBRARY, DALLAS PULIC LIBRARY

Call Number: NSDAR LIBRARY

Media: Magazine


Note: Abbrev: The Venturers-The Hampton, Harrison, and Earle Families

Note: Author: Virginia Meynard

Note: Publication: Southern Historical Press

Note: Page: Page 367.

Emails posted - Hampton Mailing List:
(3 Oct 1734) Benjamin Borden bought 1122 acres Land Patent (Patent Bk, p 328) with Andrew Hampton and David Griffith (was originally John Hampton Jr., but Griffith was assigned before closing). Bullskin Run on Sherando river adjacent to Edward Meloy on S side of Bullskin Ru
17 JAN 1743: 200 acres to Borden was to be divided from land David Griffith had bought from John Hampton "Juner"; and marked as the division between Andrew Hampton and David Griffith; along Worthington line to Borden line. The possession of 500 acres by Borden is, "by virtue of a bargain to him thereof made by the said Andrew Hampton for one whole year of indenture," quitrents payable to the King. "Andrew Hampton "of Brunswick County."
QUESTION: Can you provide the full references to these to land deeds that you mention? I'm refering the reference to John Hampton Jr. (how do you know that the 1734 deed was first assigned to John Hampton? and what is the reference for the 1743 document?)
ANSWER:
The Hampton Family - Early in the Shenandoah Valley" compiled by Robert B. Cox, submitted to the "Bulletin of the Genealogical Society of Old Tryon County", Volume IV, Number 2: May, 1976 (pages 72-78) & August, 1976 (p. 144-146).
Cox' research (notes) for the above titled report is literally on file somewhere and I wrote for it at one time (a university or library in NC or VA - I think is the respository, but would have to try to find it) and have copies packed away somewhere of his work (notes)on Andrew Hampton which was about 40 pages and mostly very well done. Secondly I have a photocopy of the "Indenture" I got from JW Foster and I don't remember if he got it from Cox or the VA records, but I don't have a note as to which page number, etc., but the date is 17 JAN 1743, and it would either have to be the deed books or court records. I feel fairly confident about the research of Foster and Cox on this one, especially as Cox used "quotation" marks which he didn't do unless he had it.

Father: John I HAMPTON

Mother: Mary MANN
Marriage 1 Margaret WADE

Children


John Wade HAMPTON

James HAMPTON

Anthony HAMPTON

Mary HAMPTON

William HAMPTON

Richard HAMPTON

Elizabeth HAMPTON

Henry HAMPTON

Margaret HAMPTON

John III HAMPTON

Thomas HAMPTON

Rosamond HAMPTON


John married * Margaret WADE, daughter of James WADE and Mary H. or Margaret, on 1712 in New Kent Co., VA. Margaret was born 1 May 1694 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co., VA. She died 17 May 1773 in Prince William Co., VA.

They had the following children:

2 M i. John Wade HAMPTON (died a child) "Wade" was born 27 May 1713. He died 1726/at age 13.

+ 3 M ii. Anthony HAMPTON was born 12 Apr 1715 and died 1 Jul 1776.

4 F iii. Mary HAMPTON was born 10 Jun 1717.

5 M iv. William HAMPTON was born 30 Mar 1719.

6 M v. Richard HAMPTON was born 30 Mar 1719.

+ 7 M vi. * James HAMPTON was born 3 Sep 1723 and died 1794/1801.

8 F vii. Elizabeth HAMPTON was born 1720.

Elizabeth married Thomas TRIPLETT.

9 M viii. Henry HAMPTON was born 5 Oct 1721 in Fairfax Co., VA. He died 27 Mar 1778 in Prince William Co., VA.
Marriage 1 Elizabeth CARY HOBSON b: Abt 1719

Married: 8 May 1738 in ,New Kent,Virginia

Sealing Spouse: 10 May 1994 in SDIEG

Children


William C HAMPTON birth b: 4 Jun 1734 in of,Prince William,Virginia

John HAMPTON birth b: 8 Jul 1741 in of,Prince William,Virginia

Margaret HAMPTON birth b: 7 Jun 1743 in of,Prince William,Virginia

Wade HAMPTON birth b: 18 Oct 1744 in of,Prince William,Virginia

Elizabeth HAMPTON birth b: 30 Mar 1746 in of,Prince William,Virginia

Margaret Wade HAMPTON birth b: 1 Sep 1748 in of,Prince William,Virginia

Sarah HOBSON HAMPTON birth b: 16 Sep 1750 in of,Prince William,Virginia

William HOBSON HAMPTON birth b: 14 Aug 1753 in of,Prince William,Virginia

CARY Henry HAMPTON birth b: 16 Nov 1754 in ,Prince William,Virginia
Henry married (1) Ellender PRESTON-GARDNER.

Henry also married (2) Betsy CARY-HOBSON.

10 F ix. Margaret HAMPTON was born 16 Dec 1725 in New Kent Co., VA. She died in Fairfax Co., VA.

11 M x. John III HAMPTON was born 28 May 1727 in Fairfax Co., VA. He died 1794 in Fairfax Co., VA.


Marriage 1 Mary GUNNELL

Married: 1 May 1746 1

Children

Mary HAMPTON

Henry HAMPTON

John IV HAMPTON b: 1748

William HAMPTON b: 1750

Samuel HAMPTON b: 11 Nov 1760 in VA

Elizabeth HAMPTON b: 21 Sep 1762 in VA

Joseph HAMPTON b: 1765 in Fauquier Co., VA


Marriage 2 Margaret PIERCE
Henry Hampton who married Susanna Holmes. He is said to have moved to Nelson County, KY. He had two brothers, Samuel and Joseph, who moved to Lewis County, KY. They were sons of John Hampton III of Virginia, son of John and Margaret Wade Hampton. It is possible that this Henry had a daughter, Elizabeth, who married in Lewis County.

Internet posting: "This is a good time to throw in a correction in my own line of John Hampton IV of Fairfax County & his wife Mary (mn unknown). Mrs. Meynard gives their 4 descendants as Anne Hampton,

Sarah (or Sinah) Hampton, Henry Hampton, and John Hampton V. There is one ommission....actually 5 children viz: Sarah (Sallie) Hampton, Ann Hampton, Henry Hampton, Sinah Hampton, and John Hampton V."
John married Mary GUNNELL.

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1 John III HAMPTON b: 28 May 1727 d: 1794

+ Mary GUNNELL d: Aft 1746

2 Mary HAMPTON

+ John KING

2 Henry HAMPTON

+ Susanna HOLMES

2 John IV HAMPTON b: 1748 d: Abt 1796

+ Mary UNKNOWN

3 Anne Sinah HAMPTON

3 Henry HAMPTON

+ Ellen SIMPSON

3 John HAMPTON

2 William HAMPTON b: 1750 d: 1820

3 Peggy HAMPTON

3 Frances HAMPTON

3 Mary HAMPTON

2 Samuel HAMPTON b: 11 Nov 1760 d: 1 Oct 1846

+ Margaret MENJOY b: 14 Jan 1777

3 Isaac HAMPTON

3 Susan HAMPTON b: 1798

3 Sarah E. HAMPTON b: 1804

3 John P. HAMPTON b: 9 Aug 1807

3 Samuel M. HAMPTON b: 7 Nov 1809 d: 5 Jul 1855

+ Martha CARR b: 29 Oct 1815 d: 10 Sep 1877

4 Abram Carr HAMPTON b: 1835

4 John N. HAMPTON b: Mar 1837

4 Margaret Jane HAMPTON b: 1839

4 Susan M. HAMPTON b: 21 Jan 1841

4 James M. HAMPTON b: 14 Feb 1843

4 William Kelly HAMPTON b: 1 Jun 1846

4 Samuel Huston HAMPTON b: 4 Jan 1850

4 John H. HAMPTON b: 13 Sep 1852

3 Margaret Elizabeth HAMPTON b: 15 Apr 1818

2 Elizabeth HAMPTON b: 21 Sep 1762

+ Henry S. HALLEY

2 Joseph HAMPTON b: 1765 d: 15 Oct 1802

+ Mary HATHAWAY

3 Susanna HAMPTON b: 1784 d: Aft 1840

+ Lewis WEEKS b: 15 Sep 1779 d: 29 Apr 1849

4 Julia Ann WEEKS b: 17 Oct 1815 d: 12 Oct 1856

+ Joseph EVANS

4 Susan WEEKS b: 1818

+ Jesse BARBRE

5 Lucy BARBRE

+ Benjamin Coe COFFEY

6 Lena Leota COFFEY

4 Minarva Ann WEEKS b: 7 Sep 1823

+ Stephen S. STARKS

4 Curmella WEEKS b: 11 Feb 1826 d: 2 Apr 1909

+ Elijah STARKE

4 Sarah WEEKS b: 8 Mar 1828

4 Martha Jane WEEKS b: 1831

4 Louellen WEEKS b: 7 May 1833

4 William Lunsford WEEKS b: 8 Oct 1835 d: 28 May 1876

+ Sarah E. POUND

4 Alfred H. WEEKS b: 2 May 1840

+ Nancy Ann LISTON

3 John HAMPTON b: 1788

+ Sarah UNKNOWN

3 Lawson HAMPTON b: 1790

3 Jeremiah HAMPTON b: 1792 d: 19 Dec 1854

+ Pamela WORSTER

3 Joseph HAMPTON b: 1796 d: 10 Aug 1859

+ Judith OWENS b: 1800 d: 1 Jun 1874

3 Francis HAMPTON b: 1798 d: Aft 1831

+ Catherine UNKNOWN

3 Alfred HAMPTON b: 1801 d: 1892

+ Hulda COCHRAN

4 Isaac HAMPTON b: 1821

+ Julia F. WILSON

5 Adeline HAMPTON b: Abt 1836

5 William Francis Marion HAMPTON b: 1 Jan 1836

+ Jane HALL

+ Eliza Jane EAGER

5 Martha J. HAMPTON b: 1840

+ John COLLETT

5 Elmore HAMPTON b: 27 Oct 1840

+ Melvina BOLLES

5 Rebecca HAMPTON b: 1846

5 Zelphia HAMPTON b: 1846

+ Alexander WARD

5 Ransom S. HAMPTON b: 1847

+ Filecta WOOLUM

4 Frances Ann HAMPTON b: 13 Jan 1839

+ James Riley POUND

+ Margaret PIERCE

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+ 12 M xi. Thomas HAMPTON was born 17 Oct 1729 and died 17 Dec 1796.

13 F xii. Rosamond HAMPTON "Rosa" was born 8 Sep 1735 in New Kent Co., VA. She died 1802 in Winnsboro, SC.

Marriage 1 William WINN b: 1732 in Fauquier Co., VA

Married: 1757 in Winnsborough, Fairfield Co., SC 1

Children

John David WINN b: 1758 in VA

William James WINN b: 1760 in Fauquier Co., VA

Mary WINN b: 1764 in Fauquier Co., VA

Margaret WINN b: 2 Jun 1765 in Fauquier Co., VA

Sarah WINN b: 14 Aug 1767 in Fauquier Co., VA

Rebecca WINN b: 9 Jan 1770

Susan WINN b: 7 Feb 1771

Minor Hampton WINN b: 12 Feb 1775 in Winnsborough, Fairfield Co., SC
Rosa married William WINN.


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