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Margaret HAMILTON


Benjamin ADAMS, Sr

Mount Cr

Jan 17, 1779, Rowan Co NC, which shows Isaac Eaton on waters of Dutchman's Creek adjacent to Alexander, Isaac Johnson, George Wilcoxson and Jonathan Boone http://eatongenealogy.com/blackeaton4.html



Isaac Eaton

Charles Hunt IS LISTED IN THE 1790 CENSUS AT HIS FARM ON CEDAR CREEK AND SHOWN BY EATON BAPTIST CHURCH RECORDS IN 1790 AS A CHARTER MEMBER ALONG WITHHIS WIFE "FRANCES". HIS BROTHER ANDREW AND THE LATTER'S WIFE LUCY, SARAH BRYAN (PRESUMABLY HIS SISTER, WIDOW OF THOMAS BRYAN), AND OTHER INCLUDING ISAAC EATON, GEORGE EATON, AND THOMAS ESTEB. http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/print.cgi?hunt::3209.html

11 May 1792 notation from the Rowan County Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions read:

Ordered that Vachel Ijams, William Clark, Thomas Hughey, Isaac Eaton, John Pinchback, William Hadox, Richd Speaks, Peter Glasscock, John Beaman, George Stealman, William Stealman, and Solomon Jones be summoned a jury to lay off a road leading out of the main road, to go by Joppa Meeting house the best way to Surry lie.  John Pinchback Overseer of said road from Riddles Road to Captain Coxes and John Beaman from thence to the Surry line. http://lemons.homestead.com/SolomonJones1.html

SOURCE: The History of the Stout Family by Captain Nathan Stout


I now bring forward David the third son of David.  He was born in the year 1695.  He married Anne, the daughter of William Merrill, and had by her only three children, viz: Nehemiah, Nathaniel and Rebecca.  Nehemiah married Rachel Stout, the history of whose family I have given under the head of John Stout, the son of Joseph.  Nathaniel married Charity Stout and Sarah Stout, daughters of Zebulon Stout, the son of Jonathan, the history of whose family I have given.  Rebecca married Isaac Eaton, a Baptist minister, who was pastor of the church of Hopewell more than twenty years and was truly a great man. http://thomaspaulmerrill.com/Benweb/Merrill%20Lineage%20by%20Dorris_McKinney.htm

The information I have comes from "Benjamin Eaton and His Descendants" compiled by Pink Tatum, 1978. Her notes are in the Rowan Co. Library, Salibury NC. She writes:
Daniel Eaton, son of John and Elizabeth Eaton, Will Book C page 16, 1789. Daniel Eaton married Elizabeth Cantor, March 17, 1798, Bond signed by Daniel Eaton and Ebed Jones.

My ancestor is Phebe Hall who married Isaac Eaton, 1768. Her father Samuel Hall gave written permission for the marriage. Isaac Eaton and Phebe were charter members of Eaton's Baptist Church, Rowan Co NC. Phebe Eaton is buried there, 1798. Isaac Eaton of Buncombe Co NC sold land to John Clifford, 1802. Phebe Hall Eaton's brother George Hall was one of the first settler's in Buncombe Co.

Gerri Ann http://genforum.genealogy.com/eaton/messages/6666.html

adjacent to Alexander

Isaac Johnson,

(Date missed, about 1787) State of North Carolina grant #1252 to Ruth Wilcoxon, a tract of land 107 acres in Rowan County on the waters of Dutchman's Creek...on John Johnson's line on the west...to said Thomas Thompson line...to Isaac Johnson's line. Rowan County Deed Book, Volume 11, 688-689 http://www.planetmurphy.org/pagebuild.php?pagebody1=WilcoxJohn.htm



George Wilcoxson

From 1778 until his death 1800 (probate started), John Bryan (1) owned land and probably lived around eight miles southwest of where Morgan Bryan, Sr. last lived.  John Bryan, Sr. lived in an area of Rowan County, North Carolina that, in 1836, became west central part of Davie County, North Carolina.  Through numerous land transactions, it has been determined that John Bryan (1) lived in Rowan County, North Carolina from 1778 to 1800 and that he had the following neighbors (some deeds from the probate records):   Benjamin Gaither (1778 - 1803), Thomas Pennery (1778 - 1796), William Williams (1778 - 1787), Robert Luckey (1778 - 1787), John Van Eaton (1778), Valentine Huff (1783 - 1802), John Adams (1784), Mary Luckey (1784 - 1796), Ralph Vaneleave (1784), John Hughey (1784), George Wilcoxon (1784), John Bryan, Jr. (1787 - 1797), Daniel Sutherland (1787), John Pinchback (1787), Richard Speaks (1787), William Patrick (1787), Jacob Nichols (1787), Samuel Reed (1787), Jacob Trout (1796 - 1801), John Little, Sr. (1801), Beal Ijams (1801) and Jacob Coon (1802).   It is also known from these deeds that they all lived near the following Creeks:  Bear Creek (great majority of deeds), Hunting Creek and Dutchman’s Creek. http://www.rcasey.net/bryan/bryjohn1.htm

Jan 17, 1779, Rowan Co NC, which shows Isaac Eaton on waters of Dutchman's Creek adjacent to Alexander, Isaac Johnson, George Wilcoxson and Jonathan Boone (Edward’s brother). http://eatongenealogy.com/blackeaton4.html

Jonathan Boone

SQUIRE BOONE Born 25 Nov 1696 (O.S.) Devonshire, England Died 02 Jan 1765 Rowan County, North Carolina.  Married Sarah Morgan 23 Sep 1720 (O.S.) Philadelphia County, PA Born 1700 Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Died 1777 Rowan County, North Carolina.

Ebenezer Frost was the son of William Frost, born in Morristown, NJ. His tombstone inscription provides the date of his birth on November 23, 1746, and the date of his death on January 7, 1824. He is buried in the family cemetery near Mocksville, Davie Co., NC. The grave was located in 1972. Indisputable proof of the father-son relationship between William and Ebenezer Frost is found in the record of a real estate transaction which took place many years after William Frost's death. On July 20, 1805, Ebenezer Frost and wife Elizabeth Frost sold to George Boone ".... a tract or parcel of land lying in Rowan County on waters of Bear Creek, beginning.........William Nelson's corner........Jones line.....William Moore's line..... Walter Gaither...... containing two hundred acres being a part of a tract of land containing four hundred and eighty four acres which descended to said Ebenezer from his father William Frost....." (Rowan County Deed Book 19, p. 381). A similar description of this land was used on January 5, 1815, when George Booe sold it to John Boone for $700.00. This land seems to have included what later became known as the "Old Frost Burying Ground." In all probability William Frost and his daughter-in-law Sarah Fairchild Frost were buried in this family cemetery but without inscribed tombstones to mark their graves.


The marriage bond for Ebenezer Frost and his first wife, Sarah Fairchild, was dated December 5,m1769, and was signed by Ebenezer Frost, Jonathan Boone, and Dan C. Little. A photocopy of the bond shows that Thomas Frohock, Rowan County Court Clerk, misspelled Sarah's name. The error has been copied as Sarahy" Fairchild by many who did not notice the correct spelling by Sarah's father. Attached to the marriage bond is this note from Ebenezer Fairchild:
Jonathan BOONE (1730-1808?), married Mary Carter. This family also went to Kentucky around 1779.

(Edward Boone’s brother).

Dutchmans Creek

31 August 1793, the Bear Creek Baptist Church ordained both Solomon Johns and Jhon Beaman as deacons.  Almost four months later, Solomon received 300 acres of land as state grants on Dutchmans Creek next to Vachel Stockstill on the east, John Beeman and Peter Glasscock on the west, and lying on Howards Branch Creek [Rowan County Deed Book 14:237]. http://lemons.homestead.com/SolomonJones1.html

28 February 1801, John Beaman, Brumly Coker, and Solomon Jones were appointed to help a sister church at Eatons Meeting House.  Eaton's, formerly Dutchmans Creek Baptist Church and today known as Eaton Baptist Church, was started in 1772, long before Bear Creek Baptist Church.  On Eaton's records of March 7th, Solomon Jones was mentioned along with Coker and Beeman as helpers from "Bare Crick" Church.  By this time Solomon and his family were probably acquainted with the Thomas Estep family who lived further north next to the borderline of what would become Yadkin County.  The Esteps were upstanding members of Eatons Meeting

#1780

1780-1807 WILLIAM JOHNSON, * C-50 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume C (1780-1807) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-c-1780-1807.txt

1780-1807 JOHN JOHNSTON, ROCKINGHAM, NC C-315 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume C (1780-1807) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-c-1780-1807.txt

1780-1807 THOMAS JOHNSTON, * C-218 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume C (1780-1807) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-c-1780-1807.txt

1780-1807 WILLIAM JOHNSTON, * C-302 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume C (1780-1807) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-c-1780-1807.txt

1780 John Johnson Appointed Capt. Of a Miltia from Rowan Co. NC

In Estill County, Kentucky, on November 19, 1832, before John W. Moore, Nicholas

Merrill and Sampson Walters, Justices of the Peace, Jesse Noland, resident of

said county, age 71 years, made oath; That he entered service in the

Revolutionary War as a volunteer in 1780 in Rowan County, North Carolina, in the

Militia and served a term of 3 months. John Johnson was Captain. Shortly

afterward he was appointed to Major General Rutherford was commander. That he

was marched to near Camden, S.C. That he was in the Battle when Gates was

defeated but was detailed to take charge of the baggage of the company to which

he belonged. After the battle was over and the troops collected we were

assembled in Muhlenberg County, North Carolina and was there attached to the

company again which he was commanded by Captain Locke. Frank Locke was the

Colonel. We continued in Muhlenberg County till I was discharged. That he then

returned to his residence in Rowan and the Tories, becoming to powerful, that he

with his Mother, then a widow, moved to Virginia. The British then marched up

into Muhlenberg County and after the British and Tories were driven back in the

Fall of 1781. He returned again to Rowan County. That in the summer of 1781, he

again volunteered and served a tour of 3 months in the Militia and went from

Rowan County. Gabriel Enix was his Captain, Smith was Colonel and General

Rutherford again commanded. He marched down to Wilmington or near to it, served

out his two months and was discharged near Wilmington. He heard of the surrender

of Cornwallis about the time of his discharge. He further states that he was

born in Charles County, Maryland, in 1761. That he moved from Maryland to Loudon

County, Virginia; from there to Rowan County, North Carolina, thence to

Kentucky, in 1784, where he has resided ever since. That he was resided in

Estill County for 30 years.
James Noland of Estill County, Kentucky, aged 92 years, made oath; that he

recollects that his brother, Jesse Noland was serving as a volunteer in the

militia during the Revolutionary War, as he stated.
Samuel Kelly, clergyman, and Samuel Tipton, both residents of Estill County,

Kentucky, made certification that they are acquainted with Jesse Noland that he

is of honest and respectable character, and to their belief in his statements.
Jesse Noland of Estill County, Kentucky, who was a private in the company

commanded by Colonel Locke in North Carolina Line for 6 months from 1780 was

inscribed on the Roll of the Kentucky Agency to commence on the 4th of March

1831. Certificate of the pension was issued January 16, 1833.



http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ky/estill/military/revwar/pensions/noland-j.txt
JOHN JOHNSON Capt;

Capt. John Johnson, company commander, Rowan Co. NC Militia. Co New Order of Battle based upon Battle of Camden Pension Statements (thru 01-03-04) by Charles Baxley

Note: The primary source of this order of battle is pension affidavits given over fifty years after the battle. Many Revolutionary War leaders went on to distinguished military service and the ranks given in those affidavits are often those achieved years after the Battle of Camden. http://battleofcamden.org/amercdrs.htm
George Redman b. 24 March 1757 in Virginia, d. 5 April 1837 in Edgar Co., IL

November 10, 1778 - George Redmon served two weeks as private in Captain Nichols' North Carolina company, after which he was transferred, on the road between Charleston, South Carolina, and Purrysburg on the Savannah River, and served as wagoneer under wagoneerter, Richardson, in the South Carolina troops and continued until April 10, 1779.

April 1779 - George re-enlisted and served three months as private in Captain John Johnston's company, part of Colonel Davidson's North Carolina Regiment.

August 1780 - George Redmon enlisted and served one month as private in Captain Chapman's North Carolina company.

At some point George migrated to Rowan Co., NC. While there, he served in the American Revolutionary War as a Private Wagoner. He served one year under Captain Nichols, one year under Captain John Johnson and one year under Captain Chapman, all of whom were from Rowan Co. George and Henrietta then settled in Shelby Co., Ky, and moved to Edgar Co., IL, in 1831. They are buried in the Green Cemetery on the Stewart farm south of Paris, IL, with a Revolutionary War Marker on his grave. http://www.geocities.com/missourimule_2000/noland.html

Jessee Noland Pvt., Rowan Co. NC Militia, Capt. John Johnson's Co. Guarded baggage. Pension statement: S 14039 N.C http://www.battleofcamden.org/verif_amer.htm


9 January 1780, Warrant. Entry #2295. John Wilcockson is granted 640 acres on both sides of Bear Creek, in Rowan County, adjacent Benley’s corner and Thomas Mansfield’s corner. North Carolina Grant #959, surveyed 22 February 1783, and signed John Wilcockson (signed with a “J”). http://www.planetmurphy.org/pagebuild.php?pagebody1=WilcoxJohn.htm

John Wilcockson
9 October 1779. #2328. John Wilcockson has a land entry request for 640 acres on Bear Creek, including his improvement and the old survey run by James Cailer (Koller?). This is probably State of North Carolina land grant #342, granted 10 October 1788. http://www.planetmurphy.org/pagebuild.php?pagebody1=WilcoxJohn.htm
Apparently, the original log cabin of John and Sarah Wilcockson, thought built between 1752 and 1756 on south end of Bear Creek, has survived in Davie County, and over the years has been incorporated into newer sections of a larger private home. The original part of the house was a 17 x 33 foot room with floor planks three inches thick and over 1 foot wide, with a narrow staircase to the attic. The location of the house was not given, and is not open to the public. (From “Salisbury Sunday Post, 1B, 3 August 1975, article by Gordon Tomlinson, courtesy of Pat Frunzi) http://www.planetmurphy.org/pagebuild.php?pagebody1=WilcoxJohn.htm

Thomas Mansfield

21 Mar. 1780 ROWAN COUNTY, NC Bk 9 p. 277. .  State Grant #97 @ 50 shillings the 100 acres to Benjamin Bentley, 640 acres on Bear Creek adjoining Wm. Frohock, Carson, Anthony Peeler's claim and Abraham Welty's claim. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html


Benjamin Bentley
29 June 1778, Bk. D, p. 148 IREDELL COUNTY, NC .  Entered registered 15 May 1801.  Grant #329 to Benjamin Bentley lying in Iredell Co. near the head of the South Yadkin,....Solomon Davis' corner http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html
Bk 9, p. 589.  10 Oct 1783.  State Grant #457 @ 50 shillings the 100 acres to Benjamin Bentley, 150 acres on branch of the S. Yadkin River near the Cedar Nobs.  [This land would later be in Iredell Co., NC., and later in a portion of Iredell which was cut off and added to Wilkes County, NC, and then added to Alexander County when it was formed in 1847 http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html
7 July 1794 IREDELL COUNTY, NC Bk. 82, p. 282.  State Grant #72.  Pursuant to a warrant to Rowan now Iredell county No. 1546 transferred from William Bartlet Surveyed for Benjamin Bentley 110 acres on Bentley branch of So. Yadkin.   "In consideration of Ten pounds I so hereby convey all my claim and title to the within mentioned land and warrant to Benjm Bentley his heirs and assigns forever Given under my hand & seal this 20th of November 1792.  William Bartlet.  Test: Wm Sharpe." http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html
Bk. B, p. 470. 3 Sept 1795. IREDELL COUNTY, NC Richard Bell, planter, of Iredell to Benjamin Bentley, planter, of Iredell, 50 acres for 50 pounds State of N.C. money.  Originally granted to Uriah Davis 8 Oct 1783 and then by Davis by deed of 1786 to Adam Hall and then by Hall's deed of 1790 to Richard Bell and then by Bell to Bentley.  Recorded August Sessions of Iredell Court 1796.  Richard Bell (seal), Witnesses: Aaron Freeman, Solomon Davis (his mark) Jurat. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html
Bk. B, p. 309.  State Grant #72 IREDELL COUNTY, NC @ 50 shilling the 100 acres to Benjamin Bentley, 110 ac for 75 shillings, on Bentley's Branch of the South Yadkin.  Entered 7 July 1794, granted 9 Nov 1795. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html
Bk. B, p. 231.  19 Jan. 1796. IREDELL COUNTY, NC Daniel Meadows of Iredell to Benjamin Bentley of Iredell Co., 150 ac lying in Iredell Co. head of the little south fork of the South Yadkin. [Note: This document is smeared and hard to read.]  Daniel (his mark) Meadows.  Witnesses: Wm Sharpe, Jurat; (Andw?) Meadows.  Recorded 2 Feb 1797. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html

 

Bk. D, p. 432.  10 Aug 1796. IREDELL COUNTY, NC State Grant #272 @ 50 shillings every 100 acres to Benjamin Bentley, 50 acres lying in Iredell Co. on the South side of the Rocky Faced Mountain...Hendrick's corner..Wasson's last line, then along the Rocky face to a stake, then to beginning.  Registered 13 Feb. 1802. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html



 

Bk. C, p. 495.  20 Dec 1796. IREDELL COUNTY, NC State Grant #155 @ 50 shillings every 100 acres to Benjamin Bentley, 100 acres lying in Iredell Co. on branch of the South Yadkin River.  Recorded 18 Nov 1799. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html

 

18 Dec 1797.  State Grant #194 IREDELL COUNTY, NC to Benjamin Bentley, 100 acres on South Yadkin and haw branch, Beginning four paces from the beginning of Uriah Davis....stake in Adam Hall's line....Uriah Davis line. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html



Bk. F, p. 49.  18 Nov 1805.  Benjamin Bentley of Iredell Col. to William Hines of Iredell Co. 120 acres for 50 pounds, lying in Iredell Co. on the head branch of the South Yadkin River....Solomon Davises corner....  This land being part of a 340 acre tract originally granted to Benjamin Bentley on the first day of September 1800 In Iredell Co.. deed book D page 148 May 13th 1801.  Benjamin Bentley (seal), Witness: Francis Johnston. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html
Notes: 20 Aug 1796 Rowan Co. on Weaver’s Creek, bounded by BENJAMIN BENTLEY, John Johnson, Rudolph Neat’s corner. Signed Kasper Roland. Wit: John Keller his mark, John Hendrix. Rowan Co.,
 

Bk. O, p. 63.  27 Mar 1829.  Benjamin Bentley, Senr. of Iredell Co. to James Bentley of Wilkes Co., NC, and William Hines of Iredell Co., NC 194 3/4 acres for $500.  Lying in Iredell Co. on the headwaters of South Fork of South Yadkin River....Meadow's line...along conditional line between Bentley and Jno. Baker...down meanders of said branch to a stake in said Bentleys other survey...old original corner of Danl Meadows Senr. old survey....to a black oak Bentley Harrison corner....originally granted to Daniel Meadows Senr. 4 Jan 1791 and by Meadows to Benjamin Bentley 14 Jan 1800.  Benjamin (his mark) Bentley, Senr (seal)  Witnesses: James Thompson, Jurat; John Bentley.  Recorded August term of Court 1829. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html

 

Bk. P, p. 165.  Benjamin Bentley, Senr. of Iredell Co. to Bentley Harrison of Iredell Co., 142 acres for $300, lying in Iredell Co. on the water of the South Fork of the South Yadkin River.....old line...Daniel Meadows corner.... Benjamin (his mark) Bentley, Senr. (seal)  Witnesses:  Joseph Harrison, Squire (his mark) Bentley, jurat.  recorded 7 Mar 1831 http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html


Bk 9, p. 208.  21 Mar 1780.  State Grant #85 @ 50 shillings the 100 acres to Daniel Lewis, 200 acres on Bear Creek adjoining Benjm Bentley [Benjamin], Abraham Wiltey, John Wilcockson and John McElhaney http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html

#1781

Diana Adam born 6 JUN 1781 in Salisbury,Rowan,NC, daughter of Matthew Adams and Elizabeth. She was born 22 JAN 1767 in ,VA, and died 18 APR 1840 in ,Newton,MS.



CAVE JOHNSON-Holeman





Rachel Holeman (Thomas Holeman4, Daniel Holeman3, Nancy Moreland2, Moreland1) was born ABT 1743 in ,,MD, and died 10 MAR 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. She was buried AFT 10 MAR 1815 in ,Robertson,TN. She married Henry Johnson MAR 1763 in ,Lancaster,PA. He was born 1738 in ,,Ireland,Great Britain, and died 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He was buried 1815.

 

 




Children of Rachel Holeman and Henry Johnson are:

 

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  i.

William Johnson was born 2 JUL 1764 in Salisbury,,NC, and died 13 JUL 1845 in ,Newton,MS. He married Diannah (Diana) Adams 6 JUN 1781 in Salisbury,Rowan,NC, daughter of Matthew Adams and Elizabeth. She was born 22 JAN 1767 in ,,VA, and died 18 APR 1840 in ,Newton,MS.

 

47

  ii.

Thomas Johnson was born 4 JUL 1766 in ,Rowan,NC, and died 1826 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He married Mary Noel 1790 in Versailles,,KY. She was born 1766, and died AFT 1789. He married (Cockerel) Roberts 1823.

 

48

  iii.

Henry Johnson was born 2 OCT 1768, and died 12 SEP 1856 in ,Robertson,TN. He married Polly Kerr or Harden 1793 in ,,TN.

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49

  iv.

Isaac Johnson was born 1770/1780, and died 1840/1850 in ,Overton,TN.

 

50

  v.

Joseph Johnson was born 1774, and died in ,Robertson,TN. He married Elizabeth Cuthbert in ,,SC.

 

51

  vi.

Jacob V Johnson was born ABT 1776 in ,,NC, and died in ,,AL. He married Sally Jarman.

 

52

  vii.

Rebecca Johnson was born 1778, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Sampson Mathews in ,,NC.

 

53

  viii.

Elizabeth Johnson was born 1780, and died in ,Humphreys,TN. She married John Crockett.

 

54

  ix.

Mary (Polly) Johnson was born 1782 in ,,TN, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Jacob Frey in ,Robertson,TN. He was born in ,,NC, and died 1848 in ,Robertson,TN.

 

55

  x.

Rachel Johnson was born 1784, and died in ,Robertson,TN.




 

7.

Rachel Holeman (Thomas Holeman4, Daniel Holeman3, Nancy Moreland2, Moreland1) was born ABT 1743 in ,,MD, and died 10 MAR 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. She was buried AFT 10 MAR 1815 in ,Robertson,TN. She married Henry Johnson MAR 1763 in ,Lancaster,PA. He was born 1738 in ,,Ireland, Great Britain, and died 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He was buried 1815.

 

 




Children of Rachel Holeman and Henry Johnson are:

 

46

  i.

William Johnson was born 2 JUL 1764 in Salisbury,,NC, and died 13 JUL 1845 in ,Newton,MS. He married Diannah (Diana) Adams 6 JUN 1781 in Salisbury,Rowan,NC, daughter of Matthew Adams and Elizabeth. She was born 22 JAN 1767 in ,,VA, and died 18 APR 1840 in ,Newton,MS.

 

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  ii.

Thomas Johnson was born 4 JUL 1766 in ,Rowan,NC, and died 1826 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He married Mary Noel 1790 in Versailles,,KY. She was born 1766, and died AFT 1789. He married (Cockerel) Roberts 1823.

 

48

  iii.

Henry Johnson was born 2 OCT 1768, and died 12 SEP 1856 in ,Robertson,TN. He married Polly Kerr or Harden 1793 in ,,TN.

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49

  iv.

Isaac Johnson was born 1770/1780, and died 1840/1850 in ,Overton,TN.

 

50

  v.

Joseph Johnson was born 1774, and died in ,Robertson,TN. He married Elizabeth Cuthbert in ,,SC.

 

51

  vi.

Jacob V Johnson was born ABT 1776 in ,,NC, and died in ,,AL. He married Sally Jarman.

 

52

  vii.

Rebecca Johnson was born 1778, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Sampson Mathews in ,,NC.

 

53

  viii.

Elizabeth Johnson was born 1780, and died in ,Humphreys,TN. She married John Crockett.

 

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Mary (Polly) Johnson was born 1782 in ,,TN, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Jacob Frey in ,Robertson,TN. He was born in ,,NC, and died 1848 in ,Robertson,TN.

 

55

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Rachel Johnson was born 1784, and died in ,Robertson,TN.










Rachel Holeman (Thomas Holeman4, Daniel Holeman3, Nancy Moreland2, Moreland1) was born ABT 1743 in ,,MD, and died 10 MAR 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. She was buried AFT 10 MAR 1815 in ,Robertson,TN. She married Henry Johnson MAR 1763 in ,Lancaster,PA. He was born 1738 in ,,Ireland,Great Britain, and died 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He was buried 1815.

 

 




Children of Rachel Holeman and Henry Johnson are:

 

46

  i.

William Johnson was born 2 JUL 1764 in Salisbury,,NC, and died 13 JUL 1845 in ,Newton,MS. He married Diannah (Diana) Adams 6 JUN 1781 in Salisbury,Rowan,NC, daughter of Matthew Adams and Elizabeth. She was born 22 JAN 1767 in ,,VA, and died 18 APR 1840 in ,Newton,MS.

 

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  ii.

Thomas Johnson was born 4 JUL 1766 in ,Rowan,NC, and died 1826 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He married Mary Noel 1790 in Versailles,,KY. She was born 1766, and died AFT 1789. He married (Cockerel) Roberts 1823.

 

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  iii.

Henry Johnson was born 2 OCT 1768, and died 12 SEP 1856 in ,Robertson,TN. He married Polly Kerr or Harden 1793 in ,,TN.

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49

  iv.

Isaac Johnson was born 1770/1780, and died 1840/1850 in ,Overton,TN.

 

50

  v.

Joseph Johnson was born 1774, and died in ,Robertson,TN. He married Elizabeth Cuthbert in ,,SC.

 

51

  vi.

Jacob V Johnson was born ABT 1776 in ,,NC, and died in ,,AL. He married Sally Jarman.

 

52

  vii.

Rebecca Johnson was born 1778, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Sampson Mathews in ,,NC.

 

53

  viii.

Elizabeth Johnson was born 1780, and died in ,Humphreys,TN. She married John Crockett.

 

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Mary (Polly) Johnson was born 1782 in ,,TN, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Jacob Frey in ,Robertson,TN. He was born in ,,NC, and died 1848 in ,Robertson,TN.

 

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Rachel Johnson was born 1784, and died in ,Robertson,TN.










Rachel Holeman (Thomas Holeman4, Daniel Holeman3, Nancy Moreland2, Moreland1) was born ABT 1743 in ,,MD, and died 10 MAR 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. She was buried AFT 10 MAR 1815 in ,Robertson,TN. She married Henry Johnson MAR 1763 in ,Lancaster,PA. He was born 1738 in ,,Ireland,Great Britain, and died 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He was buried 1815.

 

 




Children of Rachel Holeman and Henry Johnson are:

 

46

  i.

William Johnson was born 2 JUL 1764 in Salisbury,,NC, and died 13 JUL 1845 in ,Newton,MS. He married Diannah (Diana) Adams 6 JUN 1781 in Salisbury,Rowan,NC, daughter of Matthew Adams and Elizabeth. She was born 22 JAN 1767 in ,,VA, and died 18 APR 1840 in ,Newton,MS.

 

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  ii.

Thomas Johnson was born 4 JUL 1766 in ,Rowan,NC, and died 1826 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He married Mary Noel 1790 in Versailles,,KY. She was born 1766, and died AFT 1789. He married (Cockerel) Roberts 1823.

 

48

  iii.

Henry Johnson was born 2 OCT 1768, and died 12 SEP 1856 in ,Robertson,TN. He married Polly Kerr or Harden 1793 in ,,TN.

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49

  iv.

Isaac Johnson was born 1770/1780, and died 1840/1850 in ,Overton,TN.

 

50

  v.

Joseph Johnson was born 1774, and died in ,Robertson,TN. He married Elizabeth Cuthbert in ,,SC.

 

51

  vi.

Jacob V Johnson was born ABT 1776 in ,,NC, and died in ,,AL. He married Sally Jarman.

 

52

  vii.

Rebecca Johnson was born 1778, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Sampson Mathews in ,,NC.

 

53

  viii.

Elizabeth Johnson was born 1780, and died in ,Humphreys,TN. She married John Crockett.

 

54

  ix.

Mary (Polly) Johnson was born 1782 in ,,TN, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Jacob Frey in ,Robertson,TN. He was born in ,,NC, and died 1848 in ,Robertson,TN.

 

55

  x.

Rachel Johnson was born 1784, and died in ,Robertson,TN.










Rachel Holeman (Thomas Holeman4, Daniel Holeman3, Nancy Moreland2, Moreland1) was born ABT 1743 in ,,MD, and died 10 MAR 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. She was buried AFT 10 MAR 1815 in ,Robertson,TN. She married Henry Johnson MAR 1763 in ,Lancaster,PA. He was born 1738 in ,,Ireland,Great Britain, and died 1815 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He was buried 1815.

 

 




Children of Rachel Holeman and Henry Johnson are:

 

46

  i.

William Johnson was born 2 JUL 1764 in Salisbury,,NC, and died 13 JUL 1845 in ,Newton,MS. He married Diannah (Diana) Adams 6 JUN 1781 in Salisbury,Rowan,NC, daughter of Matthew Adams and Elizabeth. She was born 22 JAN 1767 in ,,VA, and died 18 APR 1840 in ,Newton,MS.

 

47

  ii.

Thomas Johnson was born 4 JUL 1766 in ,Rowan,NC, and died 1826 in Springfield,Robertson,TN. He married Mary Noel 1790 in Versailles,,KY. She was born 1766, and died AFT 1789. He married (Cockerel) Roberts 1823.

 

48

  iii.

Henry Johnson was born 2 OCT 1768, and died 12 SEP 1856 in ,Robertson,TN. He married Polly Kerr or Harden 1793 in ,,TN.

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49

  iv.

Isaac Johnson was born 1770/1780, and died 1840/1850 in ,Overton,TN.

 

50

  v.

Joseph Johnson was born 1774, and died in ,Robertson,TN. He married Elizabeth Cuthbert in ,,SC.

 

51

  vi.

Jacob V Johnson was born ABT 1776 in ,,NC, and died in ,,AL. He married Sally Jarman.

 

52

  vii.

Rebecca Johnson was born 1778, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Sampson Mathews in ,,NC.

 

53

  viii.

Elizabeth Johnson was born 1780, and died in ,Humphreys,TN. She married John Crockett.

 

54

  ix.

Mary (Polly) Johnson was born 1782 in ,,TN, and died in ,Robertson,TN. She married Jacob Frey in ,Robertson,TN. He was born in ,,NC, and died 1848 in ,Robertson,TN.

 

55

  x.

Rachel Johnson was born 1784, and died in ,Robertson,TN.





1781 era Robert Johnston or Robert Johnson: S15482 NC and SC Lines: Soldier lived near Camden SC at first enlistment and he lived in Rowan Co. NC and 2nd enlistment. In 1781 soldier had married and was living on the Catawba River in Burke Co. NC where he also enlisted and in 1783 he moved to KY. Applied 1834 March 10- Nelson Co. KY age 84. Pg 1864 Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files

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