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David Johnson

Elder John Hendricks
1765 John FIELDS moved to Rowan County to that part which was later Rockingham

County, North Carolina, and enlisted September 20, 1775, as sergeant in



Captain John Armstrong's company in Colonel Alexander Martin's Second North

Carolina Regiment and was discharged September 20, 1776.


John FIELDS...from Hanover Co. VA These Revolutionary War soldiers settled or stayed for a short while in Rockingham County, NC.  They previously lived in Virginia as noted below.  Proven by their Miliatary Pension Records http://www.ncgenweb.us/rockingham/RMilitary.html
The data which follows were obtained from papers on file in the pension

claim, W.2971, based on the Revolutionary War service of John Fields.


He was born April 3, 1752, in Hanover County, Virginia. The name of his

parents are not shown.


Feb. 13, 1765 Alexander Coulter first appeared in Rowan County, North Carolina as a witness to a deed made from Thos. Cook, tailor, to Wm. McConnell, inn-holder. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=monkeys&id=I8517
Alexander Coulter
July 1768 Alexander Coulter was also a witness on a deed in Mecklenburg County, when Wm. Byers purchased land on Bullock Creek, later recorded in Tryon County 1769 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=monkeys&id=I8517
1778 Jan Page 179; Estate of John Johnson paid to Alexander Coulter 300 Pounds Records for Alexander Coulter in Tryon Co. NC. Courts of Tryon Co. NC http://www.geocities.com/janet_ariciu/Coulter.html

1 Alexander Coulter, Sr. 1730 - 1807 b: Abt. 1730 d: January 13, 1807 in Roane CO, TN

... +Mary Mary, widow of WILLIAM MOORE Deathabt Oct 1771, Tryon County, North Carolina Age: 36

m: 1771 in Tryon, CO, NC

....... 2 James Coulter 1772 - 1849 b: April 01, 1772 in Rutherford CO, TN d: 1849 in AR 1850

............. +Catherine "Caty" Tunnell 1777 - 1826 b: January 31, 1777 in 1794. d: 1826 m: July 06, 1792 in Rutherford CO, NC

3 Thomas Jefferson Coulter, Sr. 1795 - 1876 b: June 25, 1795 d: May 14, 1876 in Hamilton, CO, TN

...................... +Rebecca Parks 1796 - 1880 b: 1796 d: 1880 m: April 26, 1815

.......................... 4 Margaret Coulter

.......................... 4 Ruth Coulter

.......................... 4 Caty Coulter

.......................... 4 Robert Coulter

.......................... 4 John Jerome Coulter

.......................... 4 Milo Coulter

.......................... 4 Thomas Jefferson Coulter, Jr. 1816 - 1885 b: April 15, 1816 d: Abt. 1885

2 Thomas Coulter 1777 - 1826 b: October 20, 1777 in Rutherford CO, NC d: 1826 in Bledsoe, CO TN

............. +Louisa "Lucy" Johnston 1800 - m: January 27, 1800 in Knox, CO TN

....... 2 Elizabeth Coulter 1781 - b: 1781 in Rutherford CO, NC

....... 2 Delilah Coulter 1786 - 1860 b: May 01, 1786 d: March 19, 1860

............. +Jonathan Pope 1786 - b: 1786 m: Abt. 1808

....... 2 Alexander Coulter, Jr. 1775 - 1853 b: August 16, 1775 in Rutherford CO, TN d: March 28, 1853 in Walker CO, GA

............. +Margaret McReynolds 1786 - 1870 b: April 22, 1786 in VA d: October 06, 1870 in Walker CO, GA m: January 1804

................ 3 Delila J. Coulter 1809 - b: May 11, 1809 in Bledsoe CO, TN

................ 3 Samuel Woods Coulter 1811 - b: April 08, 1811 in Bledsoe CO, TN

................ 3 Alexander Washington "Wash" Coulter 1813 - b: October 09, 1813 in Bledsoe CO, TN

................ 3 James Jefferson Coulter 1815 - b: January 01, 1815 in Bledsoe CO, TN

................ 3 Thomas M. Coulter 1818 - b: July 28, 1818 in Bledsoe CO, TN

................ 3 William Mitchel "Mitch" Coulter 1823 - 1879 b: October 01, 1823 in Marion CO, TN d: July 24, 1879 in Cassandra, Walker CO, GA

...................... +Minerva Lawrence Sutton 1824 - 1895 b: April 10, 1824 in Habersham CO, GA d: April 13, 1895 in Cassandra, GA m: June 20, 1848 in Cassandra, GA http://www.coulterfamily.com/alexander_coulter_sr.htm

http://freepages.family.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jeffbott/COULTER/PS28/PS28_137.HTML

1.3.4 Hudson Johnson COULTER (Jan 16, 1815 - Apr 3, 1859) bd. Jan 16, 1815, Bledsoe Co., TN dd. Apr 3, 1859, Hamilton Co. TN brd. McDonald/Hutcheson Cemetery (at Sale Creek), Coulterville, Hamilton Co., TN m’d Elizabeth Agnes Clift, daughter of Col William Clift. His other daughter, America m’d Robert W Coulter. Robert is the son of Thomas and Rebecca Park Coulter



Estate of John Johnson


Wm. McConnell
Misc. information McConnell Surname crossed into Allied Johnson Files

1810 Era: William Allen Johnson arrived Williamson Co Tn his brother Abner Johnson and Sister Ursula Pillow are already living in the area. In 1812 the are on Fountain Creek and in 1823 William Allen Johnson is on the Tax Rolls.

William Allen Johnson was born 1749 Dec 27 and died 1830 Feb 8: He was married to 1773 March 4 to Sarah McLaren daughter of Daniel McClaren of thedan River, lands in Guilford NC and Rockingham NC. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mochrist/johnsonbymcconnell.htm

1839 march 20 Patriot (Greensboro, NC) MARRIED, in Guilford County, recently, MR. CALVIN N. McADOO to MISS ISABELLA McCONNELL, daughter of COL. WALTER McCONNELL http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/guilford/vitals/marriages/mcadoo1496mr.txt


Thos. Cook,

Coulter Rowan County, North Carolina
1765 Mar 7 New Garden MM on Tarlton Johnson, son of Charles, Amelia co, VA, marries Sarah Mills, dau of Henry, of Roan co, NC

Tarlton Johnson,

 

Cedar Creek MM, Caroline co,VA on 11 Feb 1764 Talton Johnson requests certificate


to New Garden MM, NC; cert delayed by failure of committee to report & now forwarded on 8 Sep 1764

 

New Garden MM, Guilford co, NC on 24 Dec 1764 Tarlton Johnson received on certificate from a MM in Caroline co,VA dated 8 Sep 1764 [Cedar Creek MM]


-Deep River MM set off from New Garden MM,NC in 1778


-Springfield MM set off from Deep River MM, NC in 1790

Death recorded at Springfield MM, NC; in his 82nd yr

1787 Tarleton Johnson, Early landowners of Guilford Co., NC, http://genforum.genealogy.com/johnson/messages/25691.html

1765 March 19 DEED 6:136: Peter Perkins of Halifax County, Virginia to Gideon Johnson, 250 acres adjacent Joel Walker on the south side of the Dan River.



Notes: Peter Perkins

Notes: Joel Walker

Notes: Gideon Johnson

This Gideon Johnson is the lines of researcher Mary Holland whose lines are brother Jesse Johnson of Amelia County now in Lands that are in Rowan County NC.

1765 March 19: Gideon Johnson bought 250 acres on the South side of Dan River from Peter and Agness Wilkins Perkins of Pittsylvania Co. Va. For 120 pounds English money. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mochrist/johnsonbymcconnell.htm

researchers Notes

Gideon Johnson in Rowan Co NC records witnessed a deed from Perkins to Joel Warren a distatant relative of Ursla fro 125 pounds Va money to sell 250 acres on the Dan River on the same day Gideon Johnson bought his farm. Gideon Johnsons neighbors were James Gates and James Presnall of Orange Co NC who also bought lands from Peter and Agnes Perkins in 1768

1765 March 30: DEED 6:169 Jesse Johnson to John Johnson of the same place , (Amelia County, Va. – BK) 250 acres on Wolf Run on Deep River which John (Jesse?) bought from Rebecca Mills 5 December 1763. Wits: James Johnson, Nathan Stanley, proved July 1763.
Note: Due to the possible order of microfilming the deed book, I couldn’t find this deed.

Notes: Jesse Johnson is the brother of Gideon Johnson of Amelia County who went to Granville Co. to Rockingham Co. NC to Williamson Co. Tn.



Notes: Rebecca Mills

Notes: Nathan Stanley

Notes: Deep River

Deep River is a Quaker Community and Jesse Johnson of Amelia Co was a Quaker as was his fore father Benjamin Johnson and Margery Massie of Henrico MM

1765 March 30: DEED 6:169: Jesse Johnson to John Johnson of the same place, 250 acres on Wolf Run on Deep River which John (Jesse?) bought from Rebecca Mills 5 December 1763. Wits: James Johnson, Nathan Stanley, proved July 1763


Notes: Jesse Johnson is the brother of Gideon Johnson of Amelia County to Granville Co. to Rockingham Co. NC to Williamson Co. Tn.

Note: Due to the possible order of microfilming the deed book, I couldn’t find this deed.

12 Apr 1765 (Rowan County NC Deed Book 7. pages 90 & 91) "On the 12th April 1765, John HOWARD, innholder. sold William Todd LIVINGSTON of Orange County. N.C. 313 acres of land on the north bank of the Yadkin River below Mill Creek and Mullberry Fields bought of Morgen BRYAN, Junr. and John BRYAN: "adjoining Morgan BRYANT above Francis RENELD'S Improvement ." (Rowan County Deed Book 6, pages 265 & 266). In 1769, John HOWARD, innholder, sold Francis REYNOLDS 40 acres of land on both sides Yadkin River below Mulberry Creek adjoining said REYNOLDS'S Land ." Pioneers of Wilkes County, Mrs. W. O. Absher, p. 89) SW: REYOLDS



William Todd LIVINGSTON

Notes: William Todd LIVINGSTON'S above land in Rowan became part of Surry, then Wilkes Co NC, and was located close to the lands of Edmond DENNEY whose (dau?) Ann, m RW Soldier George Combs of Wilkes Co NC. LIVINGSTON later left Wilkes Co NC for Washington Co VA where he was granted land on Moccassin Creek of the Holston River - where Combs also patented land (later in Russell, then Scott Cos, VA).

1765 May 30: Asher Hiatt: Born New Garden, Rowan Co, Now Guilford Co, Nc died 16 Jul 1800, Grayson, Va married 1 Oct 1788 Mary Johnson b 1767 era in Rowan Co. NC http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/af/pedigree_view.asp?recid=7137802&frompage=0



Notes: 1770 Guilford County formed from Orange and Rowan County NC, so this is note true it would have to be Rowan Co NC as Deep Creek is in Rowan Co. Deeds

1765 AUGUST 14 This Indenture made the fourteenth Day of August in the fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, etc.; and in the year of our Lord 1765 ~ Between William Harrison of the County of Rowan in the Province of North Carolina, Esq. of the one part and Alexander Martin of the County & province afsd., Esq. of the other part. Witnesseth that the sd. William Harrison for & in consideration of the sum of twenty pounds proclm. money to him in hand paid by the sd. Alexander Martin the receipt whereof he the sd. William Harrison doth hereby confress & acknowledge & for diverse other good causes & considerations him thereunto moving, he the sd. William Harrison hath granted bargained and sold aliened enfeoffed released & confirmed and by these presents doth grant bargain & sell alien enfeoff and confirm unto the sd. Alexander Martin his Heirs & Assigns forever all that Messuage Tenement and parcel of land situate lying & being in the Town of Salisbury in Rowan County aforesd. Beginning at the south corner of the Lot Number Five in the North Square of the sd. Town a reference being had to plan of the sd. Town will more fully & at large appear, running thence three poles Front, thence Twelve poles Back thence three poles to Water Street thence along sd. street twelve poles to the beginning, containing thirty six square poles, being one Quarter part of the sd. Lot and also all lands trees woods underwoods, common profits commodities advantages hereditaments ways waters and appurtenances whatsoever to the sd. Messuage Tenement & Lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining: and also the reversion and reversions remainder & remainders, Rents & Services thereof, the Quit Rents that shall hereafter grow due to the Trustees of the sd. Town from the sd. Messuage Tenement & parcel of land being excepted & foreprized; and all the Estate Right Title Interest, Claim & Demand whatsoever from the sd. William Harrison of in & to the same premises and of in & to every part & parcel thereof to have and to hold the sd. Messuage Tenement & parcel of land & all & singular the premises above mentioned with the appurtenances unto the sd. Alexander Martin his Heirs & Assigns to the only proper use & Behoof of him the sd. Alexander Martin his Heirs & Assigns forever. And the sd. Willm. Harrison for himself his Heirs & Assigns, doth covenant & grant to & with the sd. Alexander Martin his Heirs & Assigns that the sd. William Harrison now is lawfully & rightfully seized in his own right of a good sure & perfect indefensable Estate in Fee Simple Inheritance of & in all & singular the sd. Messuage and premises above mentioned and of every part & parcel thereof with the appurtenances without any manner of condition mortgage of use or uses or other matter cause or thing to alter change charge or determine the same. And also that he the sd. William Harrison hath now good Right full power & Lawful Authority in his own Right to grant bargain sell & convey the sd. Messuage & premises above mentioned, with the appurtenances unto the sd. Alexander Martin his Heirs & Assigns to the only proper use & behoof of the sd. Alexander Martin his Heirs & Assigns forever, according to the true Intent & meaning of these presents. And also that he the sd. Alexander Martin his Heirs & Assigns shall & may from Time to Time & at all Times hereafter peaceably & quietly have hold occupy and enjoy all & singular the sd. premises above mentioned to be hereby granted with the appurtenances without the Trouble Hinderance Molestation Interruption & Denial of him the sd. William Harrison his Heirs or Assigns and of all & every other person & persons whatsoever claiming or to claim by from or under him them or any of them. And the sd. William Harrison for himself & his Heirs, the sd. Messuage Tenement & parcel of land & every part thereof against him & his Heirs and against all & every other person or persons whatsoever to the sd. Alexander Martin his Heirs & Assigns shall & will warrant & forever defend by these presents. In Witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the Day & Year above written. Wm. Harrison {seal} Sealed and delivered in the presence of } Dan’l Little Robert Johnston North Carolina January Term 1767 Rowan County } This is to certify that the within Deed was entered in open court & recorded in the Clerk’s office according to Law Ordered to be Registered ~ Test John Frohock, C.C. DEED BOOK 6, PAGE 337 http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/land/mart1765.txt

Notes: Daniel Little

Notes: William Harrison

Notes: Alexander Martin

Is this Colonel Alexander Martin, og Guilford Co NC and then Governor of NC ?



Robert Johnston

Pp. 450-454: 21 28 Sept 1765, THOMAS GILLASPIE of Anson Co., to

HENRY GILLASPIE of Rowan Co., (amt. not stated)...300A on S of Cateba Humphries Creek, and N fork of Fishing Creek between MOSES DEICKEYS L JOHN KUKENDALLS THOMAS GILLESPIE (SEAL), Wit: JAMES WYLLY, ROBERT HARRIS. http://www.bmgen.com/document/text/Deed_Abs_NC_Mecklenburg.txt

ROBERT HARRIS

Oct 1765 Pp. 455-458: 16,ROBERT TATE to JAMES HENRY, for L33...land on S side Cataba on S fork



Crowders Creek joining DAVID RANKINS survey 360A,granted to sd. TATE 31 Aug 1753 ... ROBERT TATE (SEAL), Wit: ROBERT HARRIS and WILLIAM REED. http://www.bmgen.com/document/text/Deed_Abs_NC_Mecklenburg.txt

1765 Sept 29: Elizabeth Johnson, married James Ray, in Rowan County, North Carolina Rowan Co. NC Marriages, 1756-1769 (so far) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/vitals/rowanma.txt



Notes: James Ray

Oct 1765 James Cotton, born, Rowan CO. NC. married Nancy Jane JOHNSON 20 Dec. 1786 Rockingham, NC died 18 February 1838 Nancy Johnson is daughter of Gideon Johnson and wife

James Cotton,

1658 April 22 ,John "Berdi" Cotton born Queens Creek, York CO. VA, married #1. Martha ?, Married # 2. MARTHA GODWIN*, Died ca 1728, Queens Creek, York CO. VA Son OF JOHN COTTON, SIR, AND ANN HUTCHINSON: John Cotton, SIR, born 1625 England, married Ann Hutchinson, died 1691 VA.



John "Berdi" Cotton

CHILDREN OF JOHN COTTON, SIR, AND ANN HUTCHINSON:

1. John "Berdi" born 22 April 1658, Queens Creek, York CO. VA, married #1. Martha ?, Married # 2. MARTHA GODWIN*, Died ca 1728, Queens Creek, York CO. VA (THIS LINE BELOW)

2. William, born 1660, Queens Creek, York CO. VA. married Anne Hutchinson

3. Thomas, born 1662, married Mary ? died March 1717/8 Surrey CO. VA

4. Charles, born 1664 Queens Creek, York CO. VA.

5. Richard, born 1669, (nothing known)

6. Ann, born 1674 (nothing known)

7. Elizabeth, born 1676 (nothing known)

8. Robert, born 1678 (nothing known)

9. Jane, born 1680, married John Donelson

10. Walter, born ? (nothing known)

http://members.aol.com/GMA529/Cotton.htm

CHILDREN OF JOHN "BERDIE" COTTON AND SECOND WIFE, MARTHA GODWIN:

1. Alexander Sportswborn 21 December, 1700, South Quay, Nansemond CO.VA. md ca 1718 Ann Foster, died 1769 Barfield, Bertie CO. NC

2. Patience, born 1703, married John Spears, Capt., died 30 Nov. 1725

3.Susannah, born 1704, married Esan Blount

4. Joseph, born 1706, Nasemond, VA. married 1735 Talbora, Edgecumb CO. NC. To ELIZABETH ERVIN. (SEE THIS LINE BELOW)

CHILDREN OF JOHN 'Bertie" COTTON AND FIRST WIFE, MARTHA:

5.Thomas, born ca 1709, Bertie CO ( Now Hertford) NC md. #1.Mary ?; md #2. Patience "Sarah" Bridges, died 1771 Hardford CO. NC

6. James, born 1712, Nansemond CO. VA Md. #1. Sarah Lutan, md # 2 Sarah Bridges, died 1714 Nansemond, VA

7. Priscilla, born 1714, married #1. ---Leonard, #2. Francis Lee


8. Arthur C., born 9 Sept. 1716, Nansemond VA, md Elizabeth Mary Rutland.




CHILDREN OF JOSEPH COTTON AND ELIZABETH ERVIN:

1. WILLIE, BORN Edgecomb Co. NC, (Nothing known)


2. Abesella, born edgecomb, NC, married Robert Cotton

3. Mary,born Edgecomb, NC, married Thomas Dew

4. Lucretia, born Edgecomb NC, married Absolom Merritt

5. Patience, born Edgecomb Co NC, married John Rauls

6. Charity, born Edgecomb Co NC, married James Slaughter

7. Cealla, born Edgecomb Co NC, married Beniah Williams

8.Amos, born 1735, Edgecomb, NC. Married Zelpha WIMBERLY (SEE THIS LINE BELOW)

9. Joseph, born Edgecomb CO. NC, married Elizabet Ervin

10. Thomas, born Esgecomb CO. NC, married Ann ?

11. William H. born 1746, Edgecomb, NC. married Clarmond D. Chappell

EXCERPTS OF AMOS COTTON' S WILL

Amos COTTON, being weak in body...wife Zilpha, use of estate during her widowhood and bequeath one negro, Jude to wife..

Sons George COTTON and Wimberly COTTON, plantation where Davis Fountain now lives, Son George , Negro Peter, and one mare and Smiths tools.

Son Joseph, land where I now live adj. the spring branch, the creek field and patent line. It to be the deviding line to be made by George WIMBERLY and or Elias FORT, son Joseph, one Negro and one mare.

Son James COTTON, remaining part of my land, also Negro, Simon, and my still and worm,

Daughter, Sally COTTON,Negro Cate,

Daughter, Pheribe COTTON, negroes Green and Luke Daughter, Elisabet, negro Lettice.

Excutors : Friends

George WIMBERLY


Robert DIGGERS
Elias FORT

Witnesses:

John X Fountain
Solomon X Fountain
William X Elenor

CHILDREN OF AMOS COTTON AND ZELPHA WIMBERLY :

1. George, born NC (Nothing known)

2. Wimberly, Born NC (nothing known)

3. Joseph, born NC. (nothing known)

4. James, born Oct 1765, Rowan CO. NC. married Nancy Jane JOHNSON 20 Dec. 1786 Rockingham, NC died 18 February 1838 (SEE THIS LINE BELOW)

5. Sally, born NC. (nothing known)

6. Pheribe, born NC (nothing known)

7. Elisabeth, born NC (nothing Known)



CHILDREN OF JAMES COTTON AND NANCY JOHNSON- Johnston :

1. Peter Johnson, born 25 Dec. 1787 Rockingham CO NC, married Lavinia Tucker 20 may 1806, died Oct 1862. Tippah CO MS.

2. Mary, born 15 March 1792, (maybe TN) married John McCartney

3. Martha, born 19 May, 1796, TN. married #1. John A. Shworth, md # 2. samuel boulds Barrett, died 22 Nov. 1852, Madison CO.Al.

4. Tabitha, born 3 February, 1801, TN. married 23 Sept. 1819 Henry Lewis, died 1 May, 1877

5.Charles K. born 3 Oct. 1805 Smith CO. TN. married Rutha Elizabeth MAHAN, d/o Thomas MAHAN and Naoimi COX.10 August, 1828 Jackson CO. AL. Rutha was b. 7 Apr. 1806, Knox CO. KY. She died 27 Nov. 1878, Henderson CO. Texas.



CHILDREN OF CHARLES K. COTTON AND RUTHA MAHAN :

1. Tabitha Ann, born 7 Nov. 1830,AL. married James Arthur Mitchem 10 June 1852 , died 1 March 1906. Bd Athens City Cem, Henderson CO TX (See their children at the end of this page)

2. Polly Ann , born 2 January 1834, AL, married John M. Daniel, 5 June 1856, died in 1899 in Anderson Co. TX. bd Judson Cem.

3. Louisa Pairlee, born 4 November, 1833 Cossa CO. AL. married James Wesley (Wessie) JACKSON 27 August, 1853, Anderson CO. Texas, died 1910. Judson Cem. ( FOR THIS LINE SEE : JACKSON.



4. Clement Clay. born 7 Dec. 1835, Coosa CO. AL. Married Virgina W. Johnson 12 Nov. 1867, died 5 March, 1914, Anderson CO. TX. BD. Judson Cem.

5. James T. , born 29 Feb. 1837, Coosa Co. AL., md. Louise Williams 17 Feb. 1861, Anderson CO. TX.

7. Alexander Black, born 1 Jan. 1841, Coosa Co AL., Married 15 April 1869 to Elizabeth C. Burns, died April 1920, Coryell CO. TX.

8. David Crawford. Born 3 Nov. 1842, Coosa CO. AL., died 8 June 1863

9. Rile ., born 3 Nov. 1842, Coosa CO. AL. married Tabitha Cox 12 Dec. 1868, Anderson CO. TX., died 21 Feb. 1929 Hardman TX. but was shipped back to Anderson CO.

10. Charles M., born 3 August 1849 Coosa CO. Al. Married May, 1879 to Martha Eleanor Wallace Henderson CO. TX . Died 19 April 1922, bd. Willow Spring Cem. Henderson Co. TX.

11. William Clay, born ca 1851, B. AL or TX

12. Rutha E. , born 17 July 1851,, AL or TX Md. William D. Lee, 7 Feb. 1872 in Henderson CO. TX.

( SOME RESEARCHERS HAS ANOUTHER CHILD - WM. PLLEASENT, b. 1829 wh md Susan Anne Yeager )

Children Of Tabitha Allin Cotton & James Arthur Mitcham

1) Sarah Jane, b. 28 oct 1853, Anderson CO TX, Md. R.D. Melton 31 July 1872, died 6 May 1935, Athens

2) Mary E., born 4 June 1855, Henderson CO, TX, Md Levi Gilmore, 18 Sept 1905, died Henderson County TX

3) Martha E. born 6 Nov 1856, Henderson County, TX. Md W.T. Eustace, died Henderson CO TX

4) Arthur G. born 6 Nov 1856, Henderson Co, died 29 Apr 1877, Chatfield, Navarro CO, TX

5) Elizabeth L. born 28 Jan 1861, Henderson CO TX, md. As Miller

6) Charles H. Born 3 July 1863, Henderson County, TX, died 17 Dec 1865

7) Anna, born 6 March 1867, Henderson County TX, Md James Avriett 7 Dec 1887, Navarro CO TX Died 6 March 1922

8) James I. born 28 March 1875, Henderson CO TX, Died 31 July1883, Chatfield, Navarro CO TX

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CHILDREN OF JAMES COTTON AND NANCY JOHNSON: or Nancy Johnston

1. Peter Johnson, born 25 Dec. 1787 Rockingham CO NC, married Lavinia Tucker 20 may 1806, died Oct 1862. Tippah CO MS.

2. Mary, born 15 March 1792, (maybe TN) married John McCartney

3. Martha, born 19 May, 1796, TN. married #1. John A. Shworth, md # 2. samuel boulds Barrett, died 22 Nov. 1852, Madison CO.Al.

4. Tabitha, born 3 February, 1801, TN. married 23 Sept. 1819 Henry Lewis, died 1 May, 1877

5.Charles K. born 3 Oct. 1805 Smith CO. TN. married Rutha Elizabeth MAHAN, d/o Thomas MAHAN and Naoimi COX.10 August, 1828 Jackson CO. AL. Rutha was b. 7 Apr. 1806, Knox CO. KY. She died 27 Nov. 1878, Henderson CO. Texas.



CHILDREN OF CHARLES K. COTTON AND RUTHA MAHAN :

1. Tabitha Ann Cotton, born 7 Nov. 1830,AL. married James Arthur Mitchem 10 June 1852 , died 1 March 1906. Bd Athens City Cem, Henderson CO TX (See their children at the end of this page)

2. Polly Ann Cotton, born 2 January 1834, AL, married John M. Daniel, 5 June 1856, died in 1899 in Anderson Co. TX. bd Judson Cem.

3. Louisa Pairlee Cotton, born 4 November, 1833 Cossa CO. AL. married James Wesley (Wessie) JACKSON 27 August, 1853, Anderson CO. Texas, died 1910. Judson Cem. ( FOR THIS LINE SEE : JACKSON.



4. Clement Clay Cotton. born 7 Dec. 1835, Coosa CO. AL. Married Virgina W. Johnson 12 Nov. 1867, died 5 March, 1914, Anderson CO. TX. BD. Judson Cem.

5. James T Cotton , born 29 Feb. 1837, Coosa Co. AL., md. Louise Williams 17 Feb. 1861, Anderson CO. TX.

7. Alexander Black Cotton, born 1 Jan. 1841, Coosa Co AL., Married 15 April 1869 to Elizabeth C. Burns, died April 1920, Coryell CO. TX.

8. David Crawford Cotton. Born 3 Nov. 1842, Coosa CO. AL., died 8 June 1863

9. Rile Cotton ., born 3 Nov. 1842, Coosa CO. AL. married Tabitha Cox 12 Dec. 1868, Anderson CO. TX., died 21 Feb. 1929 Hardman TX. but was shipped back to Anderson CO.

10. Charles M. Cotton, born 3 August 1849 Coosa CO. Al. Married May, 1879 to Martha Eleanor Wallace Henderson CO. TX . Died 19 April 1922, bd. Willow Spring Cem. Henderson Co. TX.

11. William Clay Cotton, born ca 1851, B. AL or TX

12. Rutha E. Cotton , born 17 July 1851,, AL or TX Md. William D. Lee, 7 Feb. 1872 in Henderson CO. TX.

( SOME RESEARCHERS HAS ANOUTHER CHILD - WM. PLLEASENT, b. 1829 wh md Susan Anne Yeager )

Children Of Tabitha Allin Cotton & James Arthur Mitcham

1) Sarah Jane Cotton, b. 28 oct 1853, Anderson CO TX, Md. R.D. Melton 31 July 1872, died 6 May 1935, Athens

2) Mary E. Cotton, born 4 June 1855, Henderson CO, TX, Md Levi Gilmore, 18 Sept 1905, died Henderson County TX

3) Martha E. Cotton born 6 Nov 1856, Henderson County, TX. Md W.T. Eustace, died Henderson CO TX

4) Arthur G. Cotton born 6 Nov 1856, Henderson Co, died 29 Apr 1877, Chatfield, Navarro CO, TX

5) Elizabeth L. Cotton born 28 Jan 1861, Henderson CO TX, md. As Miller

6) Charles H. Cotton Born 3 July 1863, Henderson County, TX, died 17 Dec 1865

7) Anna, Cotton born 6 March 1867, Henderson County TX, Md James Avriett 7 Dec 1887, Navarro CO TX Died 6 March 1922

8) James I. Cotton born 28 March 1875, Henderson CO TX, Died 31 July1883, Chatfield, Navarro CO TX

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Research Notes: Check line of Stokley Donelson son of Col. John Donelson as a Thomas Cotton of this line came with James Randolph Robertson and Col. Donelson to found- settle Nashville.

COTTON FAMILIES IN THE MATRIMONY BAPTIST CHURCH

The Magazine of Migration"


VOLUME I -July Aug-1972- Revised 1975
Published by Yates Publishing Co.
( Virginia, No. Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri
and states further west)

JOHNSON SECTION


Excerpt from letter from E. Henry , Shelbyville, Ill to G. Buland
Sapulpa, Ok 10/21/1972
Gideon Johnson b. ca 1717 m. Ursula Allen, dau of William Allen & his
first wife, MARY OWEN.
Lived Amelia Co. VA where their children were
born, then to Rockingham Co. NC then to Rowan Co. NC in 1766 10
children:

William Johnson m. Sarah McClaren,

Gideon Johnson Jr. m. Mary DeGraffenreid,

Nancy Johnson m. ---Cotton,

Elizabeth Johnson m.---Ray,

Judith m. ---Condon,

Ursula m. ---Pillow,

Naomi Johnson,


Mordiecia Johnson,

Pete Johnson, &

Abner Johnson.

KNOWN COTTON FAMILIIES IN WILKES CO. GA
Nancy Hill married to Col. William Johnson I have her parents as Henry Hill b. 1730 in Nansemond, Va. and his wife was Sarah Cotton b. 1764 in Wilkes Co., Ga. Henry's father was Abraham Hill b. abt 1697 Va Sincerely, Christine Johnson-Williams cwcritters@sbcglobal.net
Sarah Cotton is reported to be off these same Queens Creek Cotton Families as the Cotton families of Matrimony Creek:

Queens Creek is the home of Thomas Stegg Kinsman of the Byrd Families off Wards Creek:

Need to retrace this on LDS FAMILY SEARCH,
Verifiable “proof” is scarce until the birth of Abraham Hill in 1698. This Abraham Hill, (1698-1760) born in Virginia or North Carolina, married Sarah Judith Hinton, daughter of Col. John and Mary Hardy Hinton. Their son Henry Hill, Sr.(1730-1804) served as a private in the North Carolina Militia and married Sarah Cotton before moving from Chowan County, NC, to Washington, in Wilkes County, Georgia, with many of their close relatives and neighbors. Moving around 1774, some of the family served during the Revolution in Georgia, and some in Carolina.

At that time Wilkes County was quite large, including what later became Elbert, Oglethorpe, Coweta, and others of the later north Georgia counties. Among our Abraham Hill’s close relatives who came to Georgia with him were his cousin Tom and Tom’s sons –

Thomas Abraham Wylie Hill (-1848),

Middleton Milledge Meade Hill (1802-1850), and

Thomas Baytop Jefferson Hill (1814-1873).

They all started moving west from Washington, GA, within a few years. Thomas Hill, father of the three cousins who went to Texas, married Sarah “Sallie” McGehee, then moved to Marion County, AL, before later moving with his sons to Bastrop County, Texas. http://hillsprairie.blogharbor.com/blog/_archives/2009/5/8/4179610.html



Sarah Judith Hinton, daughter of Col. John Hinton and Mary Hardy
COLONEL JOHN HINTON (JAMES3, JOHN CHAPMAN2, THOMAS1) was born 1673 in ,England, and died June 06, 1731 in Precinct, Chowan, North Carolina, USA. He married MARY HARDY Abt. 1690 in of Precinct, Chowan, North Carolina,. She was born Abt. 1675 in Precinct, Chowan, North Carolina, , and died Aft. 1732.

Mary Hardy  (ca 1685-before 1744) was the daughter of John Hardy I , (born October 17, 1665, in Dorchestershire, England, died January 19, 1718, in Chowan County, North Carolina) and Charity O’Dyer  (born ca 1660, in England, died before 1719 in Bertie County, North Carolina).  John Hardy I  was the son of John Noble Worthington Hardy  (born ca 1638, Pembroke, Wales, died October 7, 1697, Chowan District, North Carolina) and Emily Parker . John Noble Worthington Hardy moved from Wales to England, and then sometime after 1677, to America. John Noble Worthington Hardy was the son of Anthony Hardy , born January 7, 1614, in Pembroke, Wales, and died there in 1655. http://www.carsonjohnson.com/chapter07-bryan.htm
Sub notes: Hinton Families

Notes: On March 11, 1664/65, Francis Spike patented land in the Upper Parish of Nansemond County, Virginia at the head of Mathews Creek "butting on the land of William Eason." Some seven months later, on October 20, 1665, Wm. Eason patended 700 acres in the Upper Parish on Mathews Creek "for the importation of himself, wife and twelve other colonists to Virginia." No additional records have been located connected with this William Eason. He most likely died in Nansemond County, Virginia before 1704. It is probable that he left three sons because they appear on the 1704 Rent Roll of that county as land owners. http://www.easons.eason.net/jbbell/jbbpg6.htm
Notes: 1664 March 11: Nansemond Co: Francis Spike: 700 acres on the head of a creek Called Mathews Creek adjoining the land of William Eaton: Land Office Patents # 5, 1661-1666 vol 1 & 2 pg 205 on reel 5: Library of Virginia Archives Section

Notes: Descndancy Chart for Francis Speight Sr. who died in Nansmond Co. Va.

William Speight Capt. born Nansemond Co. Va. bef Feb 9 1696

Thomas Speight marrried Mary Hinton Born Nansemond Co. Va. died aft 1737 April 9 Bertie NC

Moses Speight married Mary: at Perquims NC, he was born in Va

Rachel Speight married Thomas Jordan at Nansemond Co. Va.

Ruth Speight married Joseph Jordan at Bertie NC she was of Bertie NC

Joseph Jordan and Ruth Speight children Sarah Jordan born 1739 Dec 13 Bertie Co. NC married William Armistead Sr. 1757 Sept 2, Bertie Co. NC she died aft 1818 Feb 12 in Bertie Co.NC

Contact e-mail for this info fkroots@aol.com
Notes: Mathews Creek is the home of Henry Rowen the First husband of Alice who after his death re married John Watson and begat Sarah Watson who married Michael Johnson our DNA

Colonel John Hinton, son of John Hinton and Mary Hardy, and wife Grizelle Kimbrough, along with brothers James and David Hinton, came to the present county line area between Johnston and Wake Counties. They were great, great grandchildren of Sir Thomas Hinton, the largest investor to establish the Jamestown (VA) settlement. John Hinton’s first land record (1743) is the oldest known for what is now Wake County, for 138 acres on the west side of the Neuse River.


1767 State Militia

Military Collections

Troop Returns

1755-1773


Officers for which Commissions are to Issue
Johnston Regiment Rank

Samuel Smith Colonel

Benj Williams Lieut Colonel

John Hinton Major


Captains Lieutenants Ensigns
Benj Hardy [blank] [blank]

Nathl Williams Isaac Williams Thomas Lee

John Rogers John Hinton Mathew Lowry

David Hollyman John Hinnant Charles Wilkinson

James Wooten Malachi Hinton Aron Rogers

Nathl Kimbrough Swan Thomson Wm Thomson

Theophs Hunter Saml Pearson Ruben Hunter



John McCullers David Mims David McCullers

Needham Bryan John Stevens John Smith

Simon Turner Tea Atkins Hardy Sanders

Willm Bryan Needham Bryan Junr Sam Smith Junr

Nenry Reans

(m.o.) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/johnston/military/1767reg.txt

1776 Sept. Members of Hinton Family that are in the Matrimony Creek Primitive Baptist Chruch Charlotte Hinton – suspended and Elizabeth Hinton – dismist
In June 1763 George Sims made his will in Brunswick Co. Virginia, naming sons Nathaniel Sims, Zachariah Sims, Bartlet Sims, Burwell Sims, and William Sims, and appointing his son Millington Sims his executor. This George Sims is purported to have married Martha Walton. George Sims is also purported to have been the brother of William Sims, a well known surveyor of Mecklenburg and Tryon counties. NC Files JOHNSON AND ALLLIED FAMILIES OF 2nd Broad Creek: Bartlett Sims is who Hudson Johnston and Agnes Settle by in Carters Valey of Big Creek

On 22 June 1761 Burwell Sims purchased 212 acres on the Meherrin River in Brunswick Co. from James Wall. On 24 Nov 1766 Burwell Sims sold this same tract to James Hinton. One of the witnesses to this last deed was Peter Freeman whose widow Faithy Freeman would later move in the 1790's to Rutherford Co. NC Files JOHNSON AND ALLLIED FAMILIES OF 2nd Borad Creek : Burwell Simms is the Cousin of Barlett Sims


15 Mar 1795: Richard Johnson married Lettice Hinton.  Bondsman: Jeremiah White.  Minister: Lazarus Dodson.[60]  Lazarus had also performed the marriage of George Pratley to Lydia Dodson with James Johnson as bondsman; and marriage of our James Johnston to Joyce Wells.  Lazarus was minister of the Leatherwood Primitive Baptist Church.  John Johnston, son of Hudson Johnson, supposedly resided next to Lazarus Dodson in Pittsylvania.  See also 22 Apr 1788 See Nancy's Thoughts on Genes and Genealogy ( NOT MY RESARCH TONY L. JOHNSON)
Burns' line

JOEL THOMAS

JESSE THOMAS

Susannah Fields b: 15 Dec 1765


I have that Susan was born in Rowan, NC. Please be carefull looking into this line it has took me in circles. I think that there is also some indain blood somewhere. Have you ran into that? I hope that help some.


http://genforum.genealogy.com/fields/messages/6573.html

1760 or so  Nathaniel Fields family settled on Mountain Run Cr Rockingham NC in http://genforum.genealogy.com/nc/rockingham/messages/10.html


Nathaniel Fields
Nathaniel FIELDS, b abt 1730, Hanover Co, VA(?), d Apr 1, 1777, NC
+Mary, b abt 1730

Robert Nelson Pleasant FIELDS, Sr., b Feb 26, 1768

Ansel FIELDS, b unk

John FIELDS, b unk

Agathy FIELDS, b unk

William FIELDS, b unk

Elija FIELDS, b unk

Susanna FIELDS, b unk

Allen FIELDS, b unk

Robert Nelson Pleasant FIELDS, Sr., b Feb 26, 1768, Guilford Co, NC, d Feb 11, 1839, TN, m Dec 9, 1790, Rockingham Co, NC +Mary Polly DODD, b Aug 14, 1769, NC, d May 29, 1836, TN

Elizabeth FIELDS, b Oct 8, 1791

Ambrose FIELDS, b Oct 8, 1792

William FIELDS, b Apr 1, 1794

Allen FIELDS, b Nov 26, 1796

Robert Nelson Pleasant Fields, Jr., b Jul 3, 1798

Absalom FIELDS, b Jun 29, 1801

Matilda FIELDS, b Jun 22, 1803

Martha "Patsy" FIELDS RANKIN, b Jan 20, 1805

Mary "Polly" FIELDS, b May 3, 1807

Maacha FIELDS, b Sep 3, 1809

Martha "Patsy" FIELDS, b Jan 20, 1805, Rockingham Co, NC, d Sep 19, 1860, Weakley Co, TN
+George Hunt RANKIN, b Jun 24, 1798, NC, d Aug 28, 1844, Williamson Co, TN, m Oct 31, 1821, Williamson Co, TN

John Nelson RANKIN, b Dec 25, 1822

Sarah Robert RANKIN, b Jun 20, 1824

Mary RANKIN STILL, b Dec 2, 1825

George Ezra RANKIN, b Jul 2, 1828

Enoch Jones RANKIN, b May 18, 1830

Josephus William RANKIN, b Apr 5, 1832

Allen Dodd RANKIN, b May 10, 1834

Maacha Ann RANKIN, b Jul 26, 1836

Martha Elizabeth RANKIN, b Mar 13, 1837

James Still RANKIN, b Jun 2, 1839

Matilda Jane RANKIN ARNOLD, b Jul 31, 1841

Thomas Walton RANKIN, b Aug 31, 1843

Daniel Hunt RANKIN, b Dec 1, 1844
http://user.intersatx.net/~loujim/fields.html
 

My line is Rankin. Hazel Townsend hazelt@bellsouth.net is the head of the Rankin family association and knows this line. We also have the Rankin Family Tree YDNA project that anyone can go onto..



Bev Conolly A White Oak DNA researcher
From: BRConolly@aol.com
 Susanna Fields b. 15 Dec. 1765 NC, d. 20 Sept. 1794. Married Wm. Lester 17 Sept. 1780. It is posted online that she died in Sumner Co., TN which is not correct. Susanna died after giving Wm. Lester six sons. Joshua, Presley, William III, Vincent, John & Thomas. Wm. married 2nd wife 10 Sept 1795 in Federal City (Washington DC). Wm. Lester did not come to wilson Co., TN until 1816. Two of his sons, Joshua and Presley came to Wilson Co. in 1801. Presley and Joshua were both Baptist ministers. One of the trees list Joshua b. Smith Fork TN. This is incorrect. He was pastor at Smith Fork Baptist church, Wilson Co., TN. I know vincent was in Wilson Co. His name appears in a Cainsville Store Ledger dated 1836-37. There is a William Lester b. VA on the US Fed. Census, Wilson Co.,TN for 1850. There is a marriage record for Wm. and Mary Jane Duffy.

I am not interested in a full tree on all the descendants of Nathaniel Fields and Mary as there are millions. I would like substantiated record of Nathaniel Fields. The internet trees list him b. 1725 Hanover co., VA, d. 1 Apr. 1777 Guilford, NC (according to one of the post I read on this forum it was in Revolutionary War battle). married Mary Allen 1747. b. 1726 Hanover, VA, d. 1797 Rockingham, NC.

Childen

Ansel Fields,

John A. Fields,

Agnes Fields,

Agatha Fields,

Wm. Fields

Obediah Fields

(Elijah Fields?)

Susanna Fields,

Robert N.P. Fields,

Allen.

If someone has correct dates for Susannas' siblings and perhaps their marriages I would be delighted to have it. Anyone interested in Susannas' offspring I will be glad to share my information on them. Thank you, Estelle Hall (Hallstree@aol.com) http://genforum.genealogy.com/fields/messages/6490.html


I am also kin thourgh this line. My line is through Robert N.P. Fields bornFeb.26,1765 This is what I have Anselna Fields b: 5 Jan 1748/49
John Fields b:3 Apr 1752 in Hanover.Va
Agnus Fieldsb:1753
Elijah Fields b:1755
William b:1760
Susannah Fields b: 15 Dec 1765
Allen Fields b: 1770

I have that Susan was born in Rowan, NC. Please be carefull looking into this line it has took me in circles. I think that there is also some indain blood somewhere. Have you ran into that? I hope that help some.


http://genforum.genealogy.com/fields/messages/6573.html 
Ansel FIELDS...from Hanover Co These Revolutionary War soldiers settled or stayed for a short while in Rockingham County, NC.  They previously lived in Virginia as noted below.  Proven by their Miliatary Pension Records. VA  http://www.ncgenweb.us/rockingham/RMilitary.html  













http://southerncampaign.org/pen/w10021.pdf
THOMAS CARTER ~ Born c.1746 in MD, according to pension application. Private in Virginia Militia. Pension application (Series M805, Roll 167, Image 267, File S8150) states he was in Battle of Guilford Courthouse. Pension started 19 February 1833, at age 88. See also: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/pensions/1835roll.txt. Mentioned in pension application of Ansel Fields (W-10021). Living in Rockingham County, NC, in 1840 federal census & 1841 NC census. Will in Rockingham Co. Old Wills Book, page 14. Rev. War Claim in NC State Archives dated 20 March 1843 http://www.ncgenweb.us/guilford/GuilfordBattleListAH.html
John FIELDS...from Hanover Co. VA These Revolutionary War soldiers settled or stayed for a short while in Rockingham County, NC.  They previously lived in Virginia as noted below.  Proven by their Miliatary Pension Records http://www.ncgenweb.us/rockingham/RMilitary.html
The data which follows were obtained from papers on file in the pension

claim, W.2971, based on the Revolutionary War service of John Fields.


He was born April 3, 1752, in Hanover County, Virginia. The name of his

parents are not shown.


In 1765 he moved to Rowan County to that part which was later Rockingham

County, North Carolina, and enlisted September 20, 1775, as sergeant in



Captain John Armstrong's company in Colonel Alexander Martin's Second North

Carolina Regiment and was discharged September 20, 1776.


After his service he settled within three miles of Spring Garden, Rockingham

County, North Carolina, where he continued to reside.


He was allowed pension on his application executed January 15, 1832, at which

time he lived near Spring Garden, North Carolina. He died September 1, 1833,

in Rockingham County, North Carolina.
This soldier married December 4, 1776, in Guilford County, North Carolina,

Mary Gibson, who was born December 24, 1754. She died October 24, 1844 in

Rockingham County, North Carolina.
In 1854 the pension that was due Mary Fields as the widow of John Fields was

allowed for the benefit of her only surviving child, Jeremiah Fields.


John and Mary Fields had the following children:
Anna born October 8, 1777, married December 24, 1795, Thomas Strong

Lydia born May 27, 1779, married December 11, 1796, Charles Harris

Susan born January 20, 1785, married March 14, 1811, Robert Strong, she died

August 20, 1821

Jeremiah born February 20, 1787, married October 31, 1811, Jane Scales

Nathaniel born May 6, 1789

Lucy born February 6, 1792, married January 27, 1814, John Scales, she died

November 3, 1820

John born May 23, 1794, married August 21, 1817, Lueacy Gibson
In 1853 one Richard E. Scales of Rockingham County, North Carolina, aged

forty-three, was administrator of the estate of the widow, Mary Fields,

relationship not shown.
There are no further data relative to soldier's family.
Very truly yours
A.D. Hiller

Executive Assistant

to the Administrator http://files.usgwarchives.org/nc/rockingham/military/revwar/pensions/fields01.txt


Researchers Notes: It is appearing that this Nathan Fields is some how related to the ???? Fields that married Elizabeth Murrell, the Aunt of Rev. Thomas Murrell who lead my ancestor Hudson Johnson and wife Agness into Carters Valley of Washington CO NC now Hawkins Co Tn. Hudson Johnson and wife Agness's daughter Mary Polly Shropshire married Joel SHropshire off Seymore Samier Shropshire whose brother is Winkfield Shropshire.
1730 about in Hanover Co. Va Mary Shropshire was born. She died Sep 1806 in Amherst Co. Va. She married Joseph Smith on April 3 1745 in St. Pauls Parish.:

This indicates that Mary Shropshires father is in the area of Hanover County Va. in 1730 her father would be Winkfield Shropshire who was married to a Moore: (see Shropshire web site)


 Now Winkfield Shropshire's daughter Elizabeth Shropshire married Joseph Payne Johnson in Orange Co NC a land owner on Timber Tree Creek and Mountain Run, well this Nathan Fields owns lands in 1760 Orange CO NC on Timber Tree Creek.



Winkfield and Wiliam Shropshire in Orange CO NC are witness to Joseph Payne Johnson's deeds. Joseph Payne Johnson went with Winkfield SHropshire and the Hills to lands of Oglethorpe and Wilkes Co. Ga.
 

Now some of this Nathan Fields- Rankin Families appear to be involved in the Jackson Purchase which is Lands on the Duck River which is in Maury Co Tn, Williamson CO Tn, Giles Co Tn and in Humphreys CO. Tn.


The files NC Timber Tree Creek are on file at the JJJDNA site as my home computer is in the shop for a hard drive problem. I hope to get the NC Timber Tree Creek report out Sunday if I get my computer back. I sent it to the JJJDNA site so I would not loose it. Files on Johnson and allied families of Tn Duck River and Tn Blue Creek of the Duck River I also sent into the library.

#1766
1766-1767 Quaker MM’s Sending People to Deep Creek MM

From Cedar Meeting - Hanover Co., VA ca. 1766-67: David Brooks, Thomas Elmore, Obediah Harris, James Harris; Philipp Hoggatt, Robert, John and William Johnson, John Payne, Hezekiah Sanders and William Stanley. John Payne was the father of Dolly Madison, who was born at New Garden. http://www.genforum.familytreemaker.com/cass/messages/707.html
1766: I would like information regarding Isaac Johnson b. abt 1745 and his wife Elizabeth Holeman abt 1752. They married 1766 in Rowan, County NC. Isaac Johnson's place of Res. during the Revolutionary War was Mecklenburg Co. He was a Corporal in Lt. Colonel Campbells Company 9th VA Regiment commanded by Colonel John Gibson: Rootsweb.com posted by Jeane Roth: Sept 6 1998: searching for Johnson-Johnston-Holemans

Isaac Johnson & Elizabeth Holeman m 1766 in Rowan Co NC. He served in the Rev War in the 9th VA Reg (per DAR Patriot Index). They later moved to Jessamine & Anderson Co KY.

They had 11 children:

Mary Johnson abt 1767,

Rebecca Johnson 1768,

Elizabeth Johnson,

Nancy Johnson,

David Johnson, m Mary Burch & had a son Cave Johnson.

Isaac Johnson Jr 1776, m Elizabeth Thurman & had a son Cave Harris.

James Johnson 1786, m Mary Turner Keen (my line) and went to IN

Holeman Johnson abt 1788, m Catherine Murrain & went to . IN.

Lydia Johnson 1791,

Daniel Holman Johnson 1797, m Malinda Wilson & went to OH

John Johnson 1800. m Mary Campbell.

This family is the subject of "The Ancestry of Grafton Johnson". http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Johnson::nc/rowan::1019.html

Elizabeth Holeman

Notes the Holman families lived on Dutchmans Creek

1789 Dec 28: Rowan County Deed Book 12, pages 225, has an entry on December 28, 1789 that John Gwartney of Iredell Co. NC sold to George Wilkins of Rowan Co. NC the 300 acres State Grant # 1373 on the east side of Dutchmans Creek adjoining William Cook and Daniel Holman, for L100. The deed was proved by Henry Johnson at the Feb 1791 Court. Witnesses were Henry Johnson and William Holman. http://www.newrivernotes.com/misc/gwaltney.htm

Moses Bentley born 1766 Bear creek, Rowan Co., NC, died between May-October 1827 Burke (now Alexander) County, married Mary (Campbell?). Moses Bentley, son of Benjamin and Jane Bentley, http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html



Moses Bentley

Notes: he DID NOT marry Mary Lowrance. The Moses Bentley who married Mary Lowrance was born in Mecklenburg Co., NC.

born bef. 6 Apr 1766 Margaret Cathey in Rowan Co, NC

died 7 Apr 1766 in Rowan Co, NC Alexander Cathey [6455] (John2, Cathey1), born 1707 in Ulster, Ireland;. He married bef. 1740 in DE, Elizabeth Pinkney died aft. 1768 in Rowan Co, NC.

 

Children of Alexander CATHEY and Elizabeth PINKNEY were as follows:

+ 48 i Alice Cathey [6462], born bef. 13 Sep 1742 in PA. She married (1) John Locke [8505]. She married (2) Benjamin Robinson [6463].

+ 49 ii John Cathey [6458], born bef. 13 Sep 1742 in PA. He married Mary Erwin [5704].

+ 50 iii William Cathey (Major) [6457], born 16 Jan 1747 in Anson Co, NC. He married Alice "Else" Hagan [6436]. He died 1827 in Sumner Co., TN.

51 iv Margaret Cathey [6461], born bef. 6 Apr 1766 in Rowan Co, NC.

+ 52 v James Cathey (Captain) [4350], born 1750 in Anson Co, NC. He married Jane Rutherford [4349].

+ 53 vi Richard Alexander 4 Cathey [6460], born abt. 1745/50 in Anson Co, NC. He married Elizabeth Giles [6464]. (R.A. CATHEY was a gunsmith and soldier)

 

NOTES:


 

E. H. Cathey (2002) writes that Alexander Cathey, born 1707, married Elizabeth Pinkney.

He appears in the Cumberland Valley in 1734.

EHC speculates that Alexander, an indentured servant, met and married Ms Pinkney when he and his master were located near Annapolis, MD.

Later, in the McFarland neighborhood on Conodoguinet Creek (near the present day Pennsylvania Turnpike, I-76), Alexander lived across the creek from his uncle James Cathey.

It is believed that Alexander left Lancaster Co., PA, for Virginia after his father’s death.

 

In 1753 Alexander Cathey was a Justice of the Peace in Salisbury, NC. He presided over the first courts of Rowan County which were held in 1755. He was a friend and neighbor of Squire Boone, father of the famous Daniel Boone. He is buried near Salisbury in the Thyatira Cemetery, formerly Catheys Meeting House; his monument states “Alexander Cathey who died 1766, age 59 years.”



Most of the Cathey clan migrated from Rowan to Mecklenburg County, NC, before the American Revolution.

 

Heritage of Rowan County, NC, Vol. 1, 1991: Alexander Cathey is described as “a typical Scots; he was loud, rowdy, hard-working, loved his family and liked a good drink and a good fight.”



Maury County TN History and Families” (Turner Publ., 1998), p. 222: John Cathey, born in Ulster, Ireland, came with his family to Lancaster County, PA, where his will was recorded in 1742.

His son, Alexander, is the progenitor of the Maury County branch of the Cathey family.

Alexander (b. 1707 in Ulster, Ire.) married Mary Elizabeth Pinckney.

After his father’s death, his family traveled down the Great Wagon Road, stopping for a short time in Augusta County, VA, before they journeyed on to Rowan county, NC. ..

Alexander was a leader of the Cathey (Scots-Irish) settlement in Rowan County.

He died in 1766 and is buried in the Thyatira (Old Cathey Meeting House) Church cemetery in Rowan County.


The children of Alexander and Mary Elizabeth Pinckney were:

John Cathey,

James Cathey,

William Cathey,

Richard Cathey,

Margare Cathey t, and

Alice Cathey.

Nine years after the death of Alexander Cathey, the Revolutionary War started. This writer has not documented a service record for John Cathey, but William Cathey served as a Major and James Cathey served as a Captain during the war. Richard served in the NC Militia. William received a land grant for 4,000 acres of land on the south side of Duck River in Tennessee Territory, and James Cathey received 2,000 acres of land in West Tennessee.

Richard Cathey was also granted land in Tennessee.

Before James Cathey died in NC in 1791, he traded his land to his brother, William Cathey, for 2,000 acres of land on Duck River so that their children could be neighbors in the new land.

The Cathey brothers started disposing the land their father had left them and looked westward to Tennessee Territory. By 1800 there was but one Cathey family on the Federal Census for Rowan County. {Much of the Cathey data came from Boyt H. Cathey}”
General Thomas Johnson born July 4 1766 in Salisbury District of Rowan County NC
The State of Tennessee rallied around the death of their beloved SON Davey Crockett at the Alamo. Many Tennesseans went to Texas to fight after Davey Crockett’s death was announced, including my Kinsman coming of Brigadier General Thomas Johnson of the war of 1812. His family was married to Rebekah Crockett and lived on Hurricane Creek where John Johnson the son of Hudson Johnson and my fore great grand mother Agness lived near this Crockett family of Davey Crockett.

1839 District # 8: Humphreys County Tn Tax List

Waters of Hurricane Creek are in the 8th District.

Henry Crockett

John Crockett heirs

John Crockett on 1812 Capt. People’s Tax List of Humphreys Co. Tn.

John Crocket born 1769 Pa. married Elizabeth Johnson- Johnston Birth: 20 Nov 1770 in NC Death: 14 Jul 1847 in Humphreys County Tn daughter of Henry Johnson- Johnstron born 1736 and Rachel Homan b: 1743 in Maryland Death: 10 Mar 1815 in Springfield Robertson County Tn. Married: Mar 1763 in Lancaster Pa

Rachel HOLMAN daughter of Thomas Holman b abt 1717 and Mary Ann Thompson born abt 1727 in Maryland: Children of Henry Johnson and Rachel Holman

William Johnson born July 2 1764 Salisbury District of NC:

General Thomas Johnson born July 4 1766 in Salisbury District of Rowan County NC:

Henry Johnson born Oct 2 1768 in NC: Elizabeth Johnson born Nov 20 1770 in NC Isaac Johnson abt 1773 in SPringield on lands that become Robertson Co Tn: Joseph Johnson abt 1772 in NC: Jacob V. Johnson abt 1776 on Lands that become Springfield Robertson Co. Tn: Rebecca Johnson born 1778: Rachel Johnson abt 1782: Mary “Polly Johnson” abt 1782-1790 lands that become Springfield Robertson Co. Tn


Joseph Crockett

1766 July 1, DEED 6:250, Henry Ballinger and wife Hannah to John Payne , 81 ¾ acres on Horsepen Creek adjacent James Johnson, part of 640 acres granted 30 December 1753.


Noptes: Hannah Ballinger (Hannah Ballenger)

Notes: John Payne

James Johnson

Horsepen Creek
Notes: It would be Rowan County. Present day Davie County. These guys were close neighbors with the Boones. All of the records are in the Rowan Deed Books that I have sent you.. I'm sure this came out of one of Zae Gwynns books. I have none of her deed books and we need them all.
Note: Horsepen Creek rises in present day Guilford County (est. 1771) and flows North east into Reedy Fork Creek. Records. From: Wirelake
1766 July 16, Rowan County, NC, Deed book 6, pg. 495,: Patrick MULLINS Sr. - no wife signs lets his son, Thomas MULLINS (Both of Rowan County, NC.) have 120 acres on the south side of Dan river above the upper Charaw Town next the dividing line of Enoch Conely, then up the river to Punchin Camp, for £50, witnessed by Hugh Dennum & Beverly Watkins (?) & John Moore & proved on Oct. 13, 1767. (This is part of the Earl Granville Grant). http://www.users.uswest.net/~willmurray/Mullins/patrickmullinsi.htm

Charaw Town

Punchin Camp

Hugh Dennum

Beverly Watkins (?)

John Moore
1766 Nov 12: Robert Johnston married Mary Stone, in Rowan County, North Carolina Rowan Co. NC Marriages, 1756-1769 (so far) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/vitals/rowanma.txt

Notes: Mary Stone

#1767

1767 Jan 29: Rowan County Deed Bk. 6, 493 PATRICK MULLINGS to WILLIAM JOHNSON for 35 pounds, 70 acres, N. side Dan River, part of 325 acres granted 15 March 1756. Witness: HUGH DENNUM, THOMAS ROGERS, WILLIAM MULLINGS. Proved Oct. Ct. 1767 http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/rowan/deeds/mullings102dd.txt



PATRICK MULLINGS

WILLIAM JOHNSON

HUGH DENNUM

WILLIAM MULLINGS.

THOMAS ROGERS

1767 Jan. 29, Rowan County, NC, Deed book 6, pg. 493,: Patrick MULLINGS - no wife signs - lets William Johnson (both of Rowan County, NC) have 70 acres on the north side of Dan River at the mouth of Blackeys Branch, for £30, witnessed by Hugh Dennam, William MULLINGS, and Thomas Rogers & proved in Oct. 1767. (In notes: This is part of 320 acres that Earl Granville let MULLINGS have March 15, 1756.) http://www.users.uswest.net/~willmurray/Mullins/patrickmullinsi.htm



William Johnson

Blackeys Branch

Thomas Rogers

Hugh Dennam

William MULLINGS

1767 Feb. 2, Rowan County, NC, Deed book 6, pg. 492,: Patrick MULLINGS - no wife signs - lets Moses Damron (both of Rotan County, NC) have 60 acres on the north side of Dan River at the mouth of Blackeys Branch & on lower side to Dan River at Punchin Camp & on up the river, for £35, witnessed by Thomas Rogers, William MULLINGS & Hugh Dennum & proved on October 13, 1767. (Part of 325 acre grant from Earl Granville on Marcy 15, 1756.) http://www.users.uswest.net/~willmurray/Mullins/patrickmullinsi.htm



Patrick MULLINGS

Moses Damron

1767 Aug 11: Joseph Johnston, married Elizabeth Reed in Rowan County, North Carolina Rowan Co. NC Marriages, 1756-1769 (so far) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/vitals/rowanma.txt



Notes: Elizabeth Reed

1767 August 14, Rowan County, NC, Deed book 6, pg. 491,: William Johnston - no wife signs - lets Moses Damron (both of Rowan County, NC) have 70 acres on the north side of Dan River, beginning at the mouth of Blackeys Branch on the upper side, going up it to a white oak & a black oak west to the said river, then down its various sourses to the beginning, for £35 current N.C. money, witnessed by Hugh Dennum & Noble Ladd & proved On October 12, 1767. (In the notes it states that this was part of 340(?) acres from Earl Granville granted on March 15, 1756, but no deed was found.) http://www.users.uswest.net/~willmurray/Mullins/patrickmullinsi.htm



William Johnston Rowan County, NC 1767

Moses Damron

Blackeys Branch

Hugh Dennum

Noble Ladd

1767 Oct. 10, Rowan County, NC, Deed book 6, pg. 494,: John Cox - no wife - lets William MULLINGS (both of Rowan County, NC) have 120 acres on the south side of Dan River, for £20, witnessed by Joel Walker, Jas. Coleman, & Chs. Gallaway, and proved in Oct. 1767. (October 14, 1767: Deed by John Cox to William MULLINGS for 220(?) acres October 10, 1767, proved by Charles Galway. http://www.users.uswest.net/~willmurray/Mullins/patrickmullinsi.htm



Joel Walker

Jas. Coleman

Chs. Gallaway

John Cox

1767 Oct 22 John Ashurst married Judith Johnson, on 22 Oct 1767 in Rowan County, North Carolina Rowan Co. NC Marriages, 1756-1769 (so far) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/vitals/rowanma.txt



Notes: John Ashurst

1767 Nov 20: Thomas Johnson married Mary Elizabeth Whitacre, in Rowan County, North Carolina Rowan Co. NC Marriages, 1756-1769 (so far) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/vitals/rowanma.txt



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