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Southern Campaign American Revolution Pension Statements

Pension application of Robert Johnston (Johnson) S15482 fn13NC[SC]


Transcribed by Will Graves 10/30/08
Captain Drakeford

First Lieutenant was John Landing

Samuel Young

Captain Walker,

Benjamin Hardin

C. A. Wickliffe

John Rowan

Alexander Hunter,

James Settle,

William Settle,

Stanislaus Hayden


Isaac Taylor a clergyman,
Born 1781, NANCY HARMON.

Alias Nancy Curtis (BEF 1822) Rowan (now Randolph Co.), NC


Died Thursday 31 July 1856, , Watauga CO, NC Buried Curtis Cem, Watauga Co., NC http://charose.com/html/f667.htm
Nancy Curtis
Thomas Curtis: Alias Tom Born May 1776, , , Wilkes CO, NC
Died Thursday 9 February 1860, , , Watauga CO, NC
Buried Curtis Cem., Watauga Co., NC
Fact Tom's Knob was named for him
Occupation: 1850, Farmer
Residence: 1850, Watauga Co., NC http://charose.com/html/f667.htm
12/24/1839 Reuben Mast, married Jane Curtis, witnesses

David Curtis G. M. Bingham http://www.newrivernotes.com/nc/ashemarr.htm


REUBEN MAST (JOSEPH7, JOHN SR6, UNKNOWN5, HANS4, ULI3, PETER2, HANS1) was born April 27, 1794 in Watauga Co, NC, and died April 18, 1862 in Nacogdoches, TX.

He married (1) NANCY WEEL WEBB Cir. 1820, daughter of BENJAMIN WEBB and JANE COFFEY.

He married (2) JANE CURTIS December 24, 1839 in Ashe Co, NC, daughter of THOMAS CURTIS and NANCY HARMON. http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/v/Christie-Davis/GENE1-0021.html
11 AUG 1842 John GRAGG Birth: 1813 in Watauga Co, NC Father: John D. GRAGG Mother: Elizabeth MAJORS Married: Malinda Morris CURTIS on 11 AUG 1842 in Ashe Co, NC Malinda Morris CURTIS born 1817 in Rowan Co, NC Thomas CURTIS, father of Malinda Morris Curtis Nancy HARMON, mother of Malinda Morris Curtis http://members.cox.net/smithgen/sources/othergen/gragggen.htm

John Gragg married Malinda Curtis 8/11/1842 Witnesses David Curtis http://www.newrivernotes.com/nc/ashemarr.htm


1781 June 30. Thomas Parker enters 100 acres in Rowan County on waters of Bear Creek bordering his last line, includes his barn and other parts of his improvement. http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/ppoole/ppoole7.htm
Thomas Parker
7 AUG 1781 died in Dutchman's Creek, Rowan County, North Carolina Caleb OSBORNE was born 1726 in Williamsburg, James City County, Virginia,. He married Hannah HOWARD1755 in Russell County, Virginia, daughter of John HOWARD and Elizabeth GASSAWAY. She was born 1735 in Virginia. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=nohavec&id=I36734

Caleb OSBORNE

John HOWARD

Elizabeth GASSAWAY
1781-82 Thomas PARKER, Sr., b. ca. Rowan Co NC, d. aft 1860 probably Davie Co NC married Ann Olivan,  (Nancy Olivan)d. aft 1860 NC

son Thomas PARKER, Jr. married Rebecca Johnson http://web.utk.edu/%7Ecorn/parkerdna/p27.htm



Thomas PARKER, Jr

Rebecca Johnson
#1782
1782 abt Born Elizabeth Harmon Rowan (now Randolph Co.), NC
Died ABT 1824
Buried Old Harmon Cem., Sugar Grove, Cove Creek Twp., Watauga Co.,
1776 Born Thomas Curtis:

Alias Tom


Born May 1776, , , Wilkes CO, NC
Died Thursday 9 February 1860, , , Watauga CO, NC
Buried Curtis Cem., Watauga Co., NC
Fact 1: Parentage not proven
Fact 2: Tom's Knob was named for him
Occupation: 1850, Farmer
Residence: 1850, Watauga Co., NC
Married BEF 1800, NC Elizabeth HARMON {F} = Duke Ward {M} [Elizabeth HARMON:

Duke Ward:

Born ABT 1773, Washington Co, TN or Wilkes Co, NC
Died ABT 1772, Clinton Co., IL
Born bet 1772-1775Cause of Death: killed in wrestling match
Fact 1: Abt. 1830, Moved to Clinton Co., IL http://charose.com/html/f667.htm
Years: c1783 Title, Thomas Johnson Creator: Languages: Call Number: WB-C/218

Location: MARS Id: 5200.85.1303 (Folder) Other Ids: Physical Description: Quantity:

Other Copies: Related Materials: Arrangement: Abstract: Scope / Contents: View Abbreviated Scope / Contents Recorded Copy Reference: WB-C/218 (WB = WillBook)

Original: AR (The original will is in the North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh.) Location where will was filed and probated: Rowan County

View Abbreviated Scope / Contents Index Terms Subjects

Indexes Wills Personal Names Thomas Johnson,

Geographical Names Rowan County Provenance

Mars Mitchell Will Index Rowan County


1782-'84. p926 Vol. XIX --

To his Excellency Thomas Burke, Esqr., Captain General, Governor, Commander ?in-Chief in and over the State of North Carolina, &c.The Petition of John Crouse humbly sheweth that your Petitioner of the Society of Dunkards, Haven bought a piece of Land in Rowan County Lying on the Waters of Bear Creek, and by a man a Near Nabor, Thomas Maxwell, who has Entered the Sd. Land and has forewarned your humble Petitioner and forewarned him from tiling the land, and is Determined to Drive him from the Sd. Land. And your Humble Petitioner being a Poor, Harmless and inoffensive man, having bought sd. land at a very dear rate; whereas, aforetime said Thomas Maxwell pretended no right nor Claim to said land, your humble Petitioner being a poor Dunkard and past Common Slow, both in words and axtions, but more expecially he was he acknowledges was too slow, for when the land office was first opened the aforesaid Thomas Maxwell being of a cruel and Coveting disposition goes amedately and enters aforesd. land, and your humble Petitioner what through Ignorance and what through being too slow he neglected either entering his land or entering a Cavit against the man that had entered it, till the first three months wer out that was alowd for every one to Cavit in, that had any Ocation; therefore your humble Petitioner does humbly beg that your Excellency might be pleased to point out some way wherein he might be redrest and come to the right of his land again and he will ever think himself in duty bound to be thankfull to your Excellency for the Same.

We the subscribers hereof, do know asshuredly the right of the said land belongs to the above named John Crouse and we have known sd. Crouse a long time and we are satisfied that he is but a simple and very honest man.

Joseph Renshaw, Jacob Cellare [Kellar],

Joseph Roland, John Hendricks,

Michel Beam, Daniel Lewis,

John James, John Williakson [Wilcockson],

Isaac Renshaw, Willis VanCleave,

Samuel Doriah, Ralph VanCleave,

Jacob Rethly, Aaron VanCleave,

Abraham Wellty, Benjamin VanCleave,

Thos. Bentley, Thomas Stapleton,

Abraham Renshaw, Jun., Gasper Roland,

Christian Gros., James Hendricks,

Isaac Anderson, William Willesson,

Abrm. Renshaw, Senr., Samuel Williakson [Wilcockson].

Elijah Renshaw

Many of the subscribing witnesses to Jacob Crouse’s petition, who were living in the Forks of the Yadkin area, share a Frederick County, Maryland, connection; some also lived in the Great Pipe Creek area where Thomas Bentley owned land before moving to the “Forks” area. http://www.genealogy.com/users/m/i/l/James-Miller-Granite-Falls/FILE/0001page.html



Joseph Renshaw,

Jacob Cellare [Kellar],

Joseph Roland,

John Hendricks,

Michel Beam,

Daniel Lewis,

John James,

John Williakson [Wilcockson],

Isaac Renshaw,

Willis VanCleave,

Samuel Doriah,

Ralph VanCleave,

Jacob Rethly,

Aaron VanCleave,

Abraham Wellty,

Benjamin VanCleave,

Thos. Bentley,

Thomas Stapleton,

Abraham Renshaw, Jun.,

Gasper Roland,

Christian Gros.,

James Hendricks,

Isaac Anderson,

William Willesson,

Abrm. Renshaw, Senr.,

Samuel Williakson [Wilcockson].

Elijah Renshaw
1782 April 3: married: Wilkes Co. NC : Mrs. C. Rutledge no dates inscribed. (Chloe Johnson Rutledge, wife of William Rutledge, a Rev. War Vet. from Rowan County, NC.) She married William Rutledge April 3, 1782, in Wilkes County, NC. She was the daughter of Jeffrey Johnson and Rachel Walker They moved to Maury County, Tennessee about 1795. Chloe died about 1825 in Maury County, DOOLEY CEMETERY, COLUMBIA, MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~maury/cemetery/DooleyCem/Dooleylisting.htm

Known Walker Kin in Muary Co Tn.

(Rev) Jeremiah Walker b: Jun 28, 1746 in Fauquier Co, VA d: Sep 20, 1792 in Elbert Co., GA


........................... +Milly Unknown
.......................*2nd Wife of [3] (Rev) Jeremiah Walker
........................... +Mary Jane Graves
..............................6 Mary (Polly) Walker b: Jun 30, 1767 in GA d: in Maury Co., TN
..................................+John Coleman
....................................7 Elizabeth Coleman
....................................7 Narcissa Coleman
....................................7 Melinda Coleman http://bellsouthpwp2.net/a/l/alemons13/walker1.html

My Notes: This Family ties to Jeffery Johnson 3rd born in Fauquier Co Va and Rachel Walker

Rachel Walker b: Abt. 1725 in Westmoreland Co., VA d: Aug 1816 in Wilkes Co., NC


.....................+Jeffery Johnson III m: Abt. 1745 in Westmoreland Co., VA http://bellsouthpwp2.net/a/l/alemons13/walker1.html
1782 July 8: THOMAS Durham b July 8 1782 Rowan Co,NC d 1856 DeKalb CoTn M Nov 2 1802 Rowan Co., NC Sally Haden wife #2 Elizabeth Chiles Johnson 2 wife of Thomas -Elizabeth Chiles Johnson daughter of Allen Johnson and Mary "Polly" Hutchinson :Thomas Durham and Elizabeth marr. Apr 30 1816 Rutherford Co,Tn http://members.tripod.com/~lebargatze/MyAncestorsindex.html
Sally Haden

THOMAS Durham

THOMAS DURHAM b 1760 NC d Oct. 4 1823 Smith Co.,Tn.married 1780 to

REBECCA ALLEN b 1762 NC, daughter of Thomas Allend May 2 1827 Smith Co., Tn.
#1783

1783 After Rev. War: Adam Simonton who came with his wife, Margaret Johnson Simonton, dau of Thomas Dobbins Johnson and wife Mary.

Adam received land in GA, for Rev War service.

He also brought with him his widowed Mother, Margaret Gaston Simonton ?. They all came from Rowan/Iredell Co NC, around the Statesville area

Thomas Dobbins Johnson and wife Mary ?

Their dau Margaret Johnson m. Adam Simonton.

Adam Simonton and wife Margaret came to Wilkes/Greene Co GA

after the Rev War. Adam received land in GA as payment for the Rev WAr. Adam d. prob Wilkes Co. GA. http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Johnson::ga/wilkes::498.html


Adam Simonton

Thomas Dobbins Johnson

Mary Johnson

Margaret Gaston Simonton ?

1783 Oct: Sarah Johnson was born 1765, and died October 24, 1854 in Cow Creek, Owsley Co., Ky. She married Thomas Stapleton, Jr. on October 1783 in Rowan Co., NC son of Thomas Stapleton, Sr. and Sarah Crook.

Children of Sarah Johnson and Thomas Stapleton, Jr. are:



  1. Edward Stapleton, b. 1785, Rowan Co., NC d. date unknown.

  2. +William Stapleton, b. 1787, Rowan Co., NC d. date unknown, Owsley Co., Ky http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/g/a/m/Elizabeth-H-Gambrell/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0750.html

The declaration of Joshua Stapleton a resident of Johnson County, State of Kentucky, to be read as evidence in favour of Sally Stapleton the widow of Thomas Stapleton, deceased, who is an applicant for a pension.

The deponent being first duly sworn according to law deposeth and saith that he is seventy seven years old in December, 1844.

That he is the brother-in-law of Sally Stapleton. That he became acquainted with her about the time of her marriage with his brother Thomas Stapleton, deceased. The said Thomas Stapleton and the said Sally Johnson was married in the County of Rowan, North Carolina near the Big Adkin River in what was called the horse shew not far from what was called the shallow ford in the fall of the year 1783 one thousand and seven hundred and eighty three to the best of his recollection. He knows that they were married previous to the year 1785.

The deponent was at the weding and seen them married and further this deponent saith not. July 31th 1844

HIS

Joshua Stapleton X



Researchers Notes: One bit of evidence linking the Johnsons and Russell Co. Va. comes from the deposition of Thomas Johnsons son-in-law Thomas Stapleton who married Sarah Johnson. Thomas Stapleton states that he was a citizen of Russell Co. Va. when he entered into the revolutionary services against the Indians in about 1781 or 1782. He also states that he was a resident of Rowan Co. N.C. when he first entered into the Revolutionary War in 1780.

The Vital Records of the known children of Thomas & Sarah Johnson also contain items of interest; First for Sarah Stapleton who died in Owsley Co Ky in 1854, the information given about her states that she was born on the Adkin (sic) River, N.C. Her sister Amy, who married Elder William Tackitt, is listed along with her husband on the 1850 Pike Co Ky census and both are shown to be born in N.C. Their brother Thomas Johnson gives Va as the state of his birth on the 1860 Breathitt Co Ky census (this has always puzzled me). And finally for Robert Johnson who died in 1858 in Laurel Co Ky. His state of birth was given as S.C., which at first I assumed to be wrong but after carefully examining other clues it appears that Robert was indeed born in S.C. Again, this will be discussed later.

After taking into account all of the above evidence it does appear that Thomas & Sarah Johnson did live in Rowan Co N.C. for a period of time. How do we determine what time span they lived there? If we take Sarah Johnson Stapleton's info from the vitals as correct and that she was born in N.C. then 1765 would be a year that would first come to mind as a birth year for her, give or take a few years. We can also make a good guess as to when they left Rowan Co N.C. by following the migration of the Stapleton Clan. It does appear that Thomas & Sarah Johnson followed close on the heels of Thomas Stapleton Sr, Edward Stapleton and Thomas Stapleton Jr. when they relocated to Washington Co (later Russell Co) Va. Edward was the first to arrive in Washington Co in 1783 and by 1787 Thomas Stapleton Jr. & Sr. are living in the newly formed county of Russell. So, from these few clues I would have to theorize that Thomas & Sarah Johnson were out of Rowan Co N.C. and in Russell Co Va well before 1790 and that leaves us with a span of less than 25 years in which the Johnson clan lived in N.C. (1765 - 1790) In conclusion I would like to add that I have not found any hard evidence in the records of North Carolina of our Thomas & Sarah Johnson. I did however make a rather serendipitous find just recently that puts the couple in another state.

http://www.comteck.com/~jjackson/thomas.html

Thomas Johnson was born 1744 and married to Sarah __?__ about 1764.



  • 1.a. Sarah Johnson - born 1765 and married in Oct. 1783 to Thomas Stapleton, died 24 Oct. 1854 on Cow Creek, Owsley Co. Ky.

    • 1.a.1. Edward Stapleton - born 1785 Rowan Co NC and died Owsley Co Ky.

    • 1.a.2. William Stapleton - born 1787 Russell Co Va and died Owsley Co Ky

  • 1.b. Thomas T. Johnson Jr. - born 1771 in Va and married Mary (Polly) __?__ died 1866 and buried at the Jesse Johnson Cemetery near highway 30 on Turkey Creek, Breathitt Co. Ky.

    • 1.b.1. Jesse Johnson - born 1793/4 Sullivan Co TN and died after 1860 Breathitt Co KY

    • 1.b.2. Martha "Patsy" Johnson - born 1796 Sullivan Co TN

    • 1.b.3. Elisha "Red Headed Lish" Johnson - born 10 Dec. 1802 Hawkins Co TN and died 26 Oct 1886 Breathitt Co KY

    • 1.b.4. Mary "Polly" Johnson - born 1803/4 Hawkins Co TN and died after 1887 in Breathitt Co KY

    • 1.b.5. Isaac Johnson

    • 1.b.6. William "Bill" Johnson

    • 1.b.7. James Madison Johnson

    • 1.b.8. George Johnson

    • 1.b.9. Samuel Johnson

    • 1.b.10. Thomas Johnson Jr

  • 1.c. Amy Johnson - born 1775 in NC and married Elder William Tackitt, died 12 Sept. 1857 in Pike Co. Ky.

    • 1.c.1. Martha "Patsy" Tackitt - born 13 Oct 1802 Hawkins Co TN and died 26 Oct 1886

    • 1.c.2. George Tackitt - bron 1803 Hawkins Co TN and died 9 Aug 1852

    • 1.c.3. Rebecca Tackitt - born 20 Sept 1805 Hawkins Co TN and died 5 March 1845

    • 1.c.4. William "Buckey" Tackitt - born 4 March 1809 Hawkins Co TN and died 27 May 1894

    • 1.c.5. Sarah Tackitt - born 22 June 1813 Knox Co (now Bell) Co KY and died 30 Aug 1904

  • 1.d. Robert R. Johnson - born 1778 in SC and married Rachel Helton, died 16 Jan. 1858 in Laurel Co. Ky.

    • 1.d.1. James Johnson - born 1804 Hawkins Co TN & died 1876 Breathitt Co KY

    • 1.d.2. John S Johnson - born 1805 Hawkins Co TN

    • 1.d.3. Shadrack Johnson - born 1807 Hawkins Co TN

    • 1.d.4. Jesse Johnson - born 1809 Knox Co (now Bell) Ky and died Jackson Co Ky

    • 1.d.5. Mary "Polly" Johnson - born 1815 Knox Co (now Bell) KY and died after 1880 Breathitt Co KY

    • 1.d.6. Amy Johnson - born 1816 Knox Co (now Bell) KY

    • 1.d.7. Elliot E Johnson - born 1818 Clay Co Ky

    • 1.d.8. Rachel Johnson - born 1819 Clay Co Ky and died 11 June 1883

    • 1.d.9. Robert R Johnson Jr - born 1819 Clay Co KY

    • 1.d.10. Priscilla Johnson - born 1823 Clay Co KY

    • 1.d.11. Paschal Johnson - born 1824 Clay Co KY

  • 1.e. William Payne Johnson - born 1784 in Rowan Co NC and married first to Sarah Tackett, sister to William Tackett, and married second to Lucy Ann Ayers.

    • 1.e.1. Payne Johnson - born 2 May, 1807 in Sullivan Co. Tenn. and married 29 March, 1834 in Perry Co. Ky. to Margaret Bates, died 5 March, 1882 in Pike Co. Ky. and was buried in the Johnson Cemetery in Pike Co. Ky.

    • 1.e.2. Robert Johnson - born 12 May, 1809 on Puckett's Creek in old Knox Co. Ky. and married Esther Branham on 11 May, 1842 in Pike Co. Ky., died 17 Jan. 1895 in West Va.

    • 1.e.3. Nathaniel Johnson - not much is known about Nathaniel but it is said that he moved to Laurel Co. Ky.

    • 1.e.4. Polly Johnson There is much confusion as to when Polly was born and she could possibly be the first-born of William and Sarah. She married Booker Mullins.

    • 1.e.5. William Johnson Jr. - born ca. 1810 on Puckett's Creek and married on 13 May, 1830 in Pike Co. to Matilda Mullins, the daughter of Solomon and Sarah Greenfield Cathey Mullins, died 25 Aug. 1897 and is buried at Etty, Ky.

    • 1.e.6. Jacob Johnson - born ca. 1811 in Ky. There is a chance that Jacob is a son of William and Sarah but it has not been Proven as of this time. He was married 3 times to the following women; Gincie Mullins Newsome, Elizabeth Osborne and finally Dicey Roberts.

    • 1.e.7. Nancy Johnson - born ca. 1813 on Puckett's Creek and married on 8 April, 1830 to Isaac Burke.

    • 1.e.8. Elizabeth Johnson - born ca. 1815/17 probably in old Floyd Co. Ky. and married on 10 March, 1836 in Pike Co. to William Hall, died in 1873.

    • 1.e.9. Pleasant Johnson - born Feb. 1819 in Pike Co. and married to Anna Burke on 15 Feb. 1848 in Pike Co., died 1901.

    • 1.e.10. Bailey Johnson - born 1821 in Pike Co. and married on 14 Aug. 1841 to Rebecca Johnson, the daughter of Elisha and Martha Tackett Johnson (were cousins).

http://www.comteck.com/~jjackson/tj1.html

Notes: Several of the Stapleton families of Hawkins Co Tn will be found in Russeel and Washington Co Va as the North side of Clinch Mt will fall into Tn (Grainger and Hawksin Co) after Walker Lines are established.
#1784
1784 before was in John Couts , (Sr.): Rowan Co NC in

Notes for John Couts , (Sr.):


From 1780 to 1792, Indians waged a sniper type warfare upon the early settlers. On January 13th 1790, John Sr. was paid by voucher for service against the Chicamauga Indians.

More About John Couts , (Sr.):


Fact 1: Farmer - corn, cotton, sheep
Fact 2: Owned as many as 15 slaves
Fact 3: No formal education - used "x" as signature
Fact 4: Made sour mash whiskey
Fact 5: Built early grist mill
Fact 6: Member of Tenn Grand Jury for 30 years
Fact 7: Capt in Tenn militia
Fact 8: Paid for service against Chicamauga indians
Fact 9: School Commissioner for 10th Civil Dist
Fact 10: Slave Kizzie cared for children and sick
Fact 11: Came from Rowan Co NC in 1784
Fact 12: Buried on the James Armstrong Farm 10th District
Fact 13: May have been born in 1759

More About Leah Stark:


Fact 1: Possible TB Carrier - Many family deaths
Fact 2: From Sumner Co.
Fact 3: Maybe born is South Carolina102

       Children of John Couts and Leah Stark are:



 




i.

 

Mary Couts, born 1792 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; died 1812 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; married James A. Appleton 1812 in Robertson Co., Tn.




 




ii.

 

Nancy Couts, born Abt. 1793 in Robertson Co., Tn; died in Dade Co., Missouri; married John Boyden 1814 in Robertson Co., Tennessee.




 

More About John Boyden:
Fact 1: Or John Byrd (Bird)




 

74

iii.

 

William Couts, born March 05, 1795 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; died December 23, 1849 in Robertson Cty TN; married Nancy Johnson April 10, 1817 in Springfield, TN.




 




iv.

 

John Franklin Couts , (Jr), born September 12, 1798 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; died May 02, 1868 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; married Henrietta B. Owen Abt. 1825 in Near Owens Chapel Church, Robertson Co, Tn.




 

More About Henrietta B. Owen:
Fact 1: Name may have been Owens




 




v.

 

Sally Couts, born Abt. 1800 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; died 1819 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; married John McConnell Abt. 1819 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN.




 




vi.

 

James Robertson Couts, born August 12, 1803 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; died 1890 in Livingston, Ark or Weatherford Tx; married Mary (Polly) Johnson October 03, 1822 in Robertson Co., Tn.




 

More About James Robertson Couts:
Fact 1: 1834, Moved to Randolph Co, Arkansas
Fact 2: 1858, Moved to Texas




 




vii.

 

Archer Couts, born Abt. 1806 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; died 1850 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; married Nancy Johnson 1825 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN.




 

More About Archer Couts:
Fact 1: May have died in 1833




 




viii.

 

Jackson Couts, born Abt. 1809 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; died March 18, 1846 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; married Priscilla Daughon Abt. 1828 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN.




 

More About Jackson Couts:
Fact 1: May have died in 1846 - Couts Cem list
Fact 2: At least 3 of children died of TB
More About Priscilla Daughon:
Fact 1: May be Draughon
Cause of Death: Died of Tuberculosis




 




ix.

 

Robertson Couts, born Abt. 1811 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN; died 1830 in Springfield, Robertson Co TN.




 

More About Robertson Couts:
Fact 1: Died with consumption - TB
Fact 2: Never married
Cause of Death: Died of Tuberculosis


born 1784 William Payne Johnson - in Rowan Co NC and married first to Sarah Tackett, sister to William Tackett, and married second to Lucy Ann Ayers.



William Payne Johnson

Thomas Johnson was born 1744 and married to Sarah __?__ about 1764



Notes See Tacket families married to the Stapleton and Johnson Families of Rowan Co Nc to Long Island to

1784: John Correll and wife Mary received a 350 acre grant on Dutch Buffelow Creek from the State of North Carolina in 1784. Three years later they sold the 350 acres in two parts, one 180 acre piece to Michael Overcash and the other 170 acres to Jacob Caster Sr. (8,9) http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/correll/john1.html



Michael Overcash

Jacob Caster Sr

John Correll, along with wife Mary, sold the first tract in 1793 to Jacob Castor Sr (5).

This indenture made the 4th day of October in the year of our Lord 1793 Between John Correll & Mary his wife of the County of Rowan & State of North Carolina of the one part, and Jacob Caster Sen'r of the County & State aforesaid of the other part, Witness that the John Correll & Mary his wife for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred & ten pounds...all that tract or part of a tract of three hundred & fifty acres of land (which was granted unto the said John Correll by patent bearing date the 4th day of Nov'r 1784...) situate lying & being in the County of Rowan & on one of the head branches of Dutch Buffalow beginning at a post oak Overkirsh's corner & runs along the division line east forty four & an half ch's to a heap of stones Overkirsh's corner standing on John Eagle's line thence with said Eagle's line north thirty chains to a pine his corner thence north fourteen chains & eighty links to a stake thence west seventy four & half chains to a stake thence south to Robert Wood's corner along his line south to the beginning containing by estimation 170 acres of land...
[signed] John Correl (seal)
            Mary Correll (her M mark) (seal)
[witness] Robert Linn, Peter Barringer (his X mark)

John and Mary were in the census of 1800 in Iredell County. He left a will in Iredell County in 1829, naming "my worthy friend William Correll Executor". His family has been well researched.

4th day of October in the year of our Lord 1793 Between John Correll & Mary his wife of the County of Rowan & State of North Carolina of the one part, and Jacob Caster Sen'r of the County & State aforesaid of the other part, Witness that the John Correll & Mary his wife for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds...all that tract or parcel of land situate lying & being in the County of Rowan & on the head waters of a branch of Dutch Buffalow Creek (being a tract of land granted unto the said John Correll by Patent bearing date the 25th day of October 1786)...beginning at a large pine formerly William Phillip's corner on Reubin Philip's line and runs along said William Phillip's line (& past his corner six chains and seventy links) south thirty seven chains & seventy links to a stake on s'd Correll's line of another tract thence along his line west thirty five chains and fifty links to a black oak near said Correll's corner thence north thirty seven ch's and seventy links to a post oak on said Reuben Phillip's line thence along his line east thirty five and a half chains to the begining containing by estimation 133 acres of land...
[signed] John Correl (seal)
            Mary (her F mark) Correll (seal)
[witness] Robert Linn, Peter Barringer (his X mark)

This indenture made the first day of August in the year of Our Lord 1794 between John Correll of the County of Iredell and State of North Carolina on the one part and Barbara Wensell of the County & State aforesaid of the other part...for and in consideration of the sum of 14 pounds...being a parcel or part of a tract of land containing one hundred and thirteen acres granted to said Correll by letter pattent twenty fifth day of  October 1786...situate on head waters of a branch of Dutch Bufallo Creek at a pine in John Eagle's line & thence to Jacob Caster Sen'r & runs along Eagle's line east 26 chains to his corner a small hicory & continues the same course in all 36 chains & 60 links to a stake about 5 feet south of a blazed black oak on the north side of a branch thence south 20 ch's & 25 links to a stake on George Rosemans line near which stand a blazed hicory & a pine thence along Rosemans line east four chains & 40 links to a stake and stone said Rosemans corner thence north 38 ch's & 50 links to a hicory thence west unto George Henry Bergers corner & along his and William Phillips line in all 46 ch's to a line then south to Jacob Castor Sen'r & along his line to the beginning...

John Correll and wife Mary received a 350 acre grant on Dutch Buffelow Creek from the State of North Carolina in 1784. Three years later they sold the 350 acres in two parts, one 180 acre piece to Michael Overcash and the other 170 acres to Jacob Caster Sr. (8,9)
1784 March 4 James Tayler enters 150 acres in Rowan County on head waters of Bear Creek, bordering entry he bought from Samuel Sherbet and Thomas Parker's entry. http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/ppoole/ppoole7.htm

James Tayler

Samuel Sherbet

16 Mar 1784 Bk 10, p. 22. . Rowan Co:  Benjamin Bentley (his X mark) to John Piery for 100 pds., 100 acres on Bear Creek, part of State Grant #97.  Witnesses: Richmond Pearson, Joseph Williams.  Proved in Nov Court 1784. http://www.ncgenweb.us/alexander/benjaminbentley.html


John Piery

Richmond Pearson,

Joseph Williams.

1784 NOV 17: 921. P. 743. ASA ADKINS/ADKIND, PLANTER, TO THOMAS DAVIS FOR 285 POUNDS, 332 A ON E SIDE OF YADKIN RIVER ADJ THIS GRANTEE, ROBERT SHIPTON, DANECKBORN, AND DAVIS CREEK. WIT: JAS DANIEL, JOHN JOHNSTON, CHRISTOPHER STOKES, JNO VARNER. FRANKY ATKINS ALSO SIGNED. PRVD BY STOKES AT AUG CT 1789. ABSTRACTS FROM ROWAN COUNTY, NC DEED BOOKS 1786-1797 BY JAMES W, KLUTTZ http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/u/t/LYNN-S-BUTTS/GENE0001-0007.html



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