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



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Notes: James Hall


1792 March 27: Certificate No.: Bond # 0001254548 William Ellis Jr. to Ann Riddle, Bondsman: Jas Johnson Witness: Basil Gathier

Additional Comments: William Ellis Jr

William Ellis is named executor in Benjamin Martin will in 1807 Wilkes, NC http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/rowan/vitals/marriages/riddle166nmr.txt



Jas Johnson

Basil Gathier

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

#1793

1793 Will of Henry Rich, Rowan Co. NC Will Book D, pages 108-109 In the name of God amen! I Henry Rich of the County of Rowan & State of N Carolina being in a weake & low state of health but of perfect mind & memory, calling to mind the mortality of my body do make & ordain this to be my last will & testament Therefore I give my soul to God who gave it my body to be buried ["in" crossed out] at the discretion of my executors & as to what estate I am owner of, I give & bequeath as follows:

Item I give & bequeath unto my beloved wife Ann Rich my home plantation during her natural life then to decend to my grandson John Rich, likewise all my house furniture plantation tools wagon & gears, all my stock of horses, cattle, hogs, sheeps & all my property of every sort & after her death to be equally divided between my grandchildren John Rich, Sarah Rich, Ann Rich

also to my grand daughters Sarah Rich, Ann Rich my track of land bought of John Rutledge to be equally divided between them & I give five pound for the finishing Tossa meeting house to be made out of my stock and all my just debts to [be] paid by money arising from my stock, which is to be sold by my executor & in case my widow should alter her condition then she is to have nothing, but what the law allows her

I likewise allow John Isbel to live on that plantation four years, provided he keeps the house in order & so that he not lose the story the timber by cutting cole wood [sic ?] & I do hereby these presents constitute & appoint my well beloved wife Ann Rich my whole & sole executor with full power to sell either at public or privat[e] sale & I acknowledge this as my last will & testament revoking all others in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal this 6 Day of April in the year of our Lord 1793. Signed, sealed & published & pronounced in the presence of John Johnston Henry Rich {seal} Thomas Thompson John Brown {his mark} http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/rich2.txt

Notes: Henry Rich

Notes: Thomas Thompson

Notes: John Brown

John Johnston
Researchers Notes Tony and Nathan.....this was in your last update on Rowan Co., N.C.....this is a good possible that we will have to look at closely.

The reason I say this is the JOHN JOHNSTON that witnessed his will.....may just be a coincidence, but no son is mentioned just grandchildren named "Rich".  Rowan Co. is also in the mountains of N.C.....not a lot , but some, and that would fit with the story Nathan's Dad told him.  Joe and I were in Guilford Co.,N.C. for a reunion on his McCuistion family and did some research in Rowan and Guilford.....together we have 6 or 7 lines out of those 2 counties. 

Will see what I can find on this one, and Tony....PLEASE keep up your good work, maybe we will sort out ole Hiram's Dad yet !!!! Tony if you have access to the marriage records see if there is a Johnson girl married to a Rich guy.

Love to you both

Mary
1790 ROWAN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA FEDERAL CENSUS

Name 1 2 3 4 5 Order_of_entry_#

 

Henry "RICH," 1 1 1 1 0      282



Fields: NAME -- Head of the household 1 -- Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of famil= ies 2 -- Free white males under 16 years 3 -- Free white females including heads of familes 4 -- All other free persons 5 -- Slaves Order of entry -- Order in which the names were transcribed =0D (Note: This is a tab-delimited file. If you edit out all the text above t= he field names, you can import this data into a database with the appropriat= e import filter.)  From: mmholland@windstream.net
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

Solomon Johns aka Soloman Jones

Jhon Beaman

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 House.

1793 Oct 4: 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 (seal) (her M mark)
[witness] Robert Linn, Peter Barringer (his X mark) http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/correll/john1.html

Robert Linn,

Peter Barringer

1793 Oct 4: 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 Correll (her F mark) (seal)
[witness] Robert Linn, Peter Barringer (his X mark) http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/correll/john1.html

The other tract was sold by John (Mary was not mentioned) in 1794, subdivided between John Eagle (13 acres) and Barbara Wensell (113 acres). John was identified as being in Iredell Co., NC (6,7). http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/correll/john1.html



Mary Correll

Robert Linn,

Peter Barringer

#1794

1794 February 5, Thomas Whitaker enters 200 acres in Rowan County on head of Bear Creek in fork of Yadkin River, bordering Thomas Parker and Benjamin Gaither on north side of said lands. http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/ppoole/ppoole7.htm



Thomas Whitaker

1794 February 5, Thomas Parker enters 100 acres in Rowan County on head waters of Bear Creek, bordering Isaac Holman, Thomas Whitaker, & his own line. http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/ppoole/ppoole7.htm

1794 May 27 DEED 2464: 13:845 James Coles to John Johnston for 250 pounds for 200 acres on both sides of Spaughs Creek adjacent Stokes County, the Wachovia Line Adam Spaugh Sr., Hartman, Peter Sehnor, and George Smith. Wit: [A German Signature] Joseph Fry. Acknowleged at February Court 1795.
Notes: James Cole

Notes: Spaughs Creek

Notes: Wachovia Line

Notes: Adam Spaugh Sr.

Notes: Hartman

Notes: Peter Sehnor

Notes: George Smith
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: This could possibly be Major John Johnston of the Yadkin. Records. From: Wirelake
1794 July: This indenture made this sixteenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety four between John Correl of the County of Iredell and State of North Carolina of the one part and John Eagle of the County of Rowan and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said John Correl for & in consideration of the sum of ten pounds...all that piece or parcel of land, situate lying & being in the County of Rowan and on the headwaters of a branch of Dutch Buffellow Creek being a part of a tract of one hundred and thirteen acres of land granted to the said John Correll by letters patent bearing date the twenty fifth day of October Anno domini one thousand seven hundred and eighty six...Beginning at a hicory said Correls corner and runs thence north with said Eagles line twelve chains and twenty five links to a small hicory sapling said Eagles corner, thence east ten chains and sixty links to a stake about five feet south of a blazed black oak on the north side of a branch, thence south twelve chains and twenty five links to a stake on George Rosemans line on which is a blazed hicory and a pine, thence west ten chins and sixty links to the beginning containing by estimation thirteen acres of land...
[signed] John Corrall (seal)
[witness} George Roseman, Jacob Overkirsh (his G mark) http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/correll/john1.html

George Roseman

Jacob Overkirsh

Eagles corner

John Eagle's
1794 Dec 18: Born DAVID WILCOCKSON, Rowan Co., NC; d. Howard Co., MO; m. NANCY JOHNSON, June 10, 1821, Howard Co., MO.

DAVID WILCOCKSON

NANCY JOHNSON

#1795

1795 Feb 17 John Gaither married Susannah Johnson, Rowan County, NC - County Index to NC Marriages Database http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/marriages/rowan.txt



Notes: John Gaither

#1796

1796 Rowan Co. Will Book B: Evan Ellis Will In the name of God amen. I Evan Ellis of Rowan County in the state of North Carolina being weak in body, but in perfect mind and memory thanks be given to Almighty God for his mercies and calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, Do make and ordain this my last will and Testament, Principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it to me and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in a Christian like manner at the desecration of my friends and Executors nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God and as touching such worldly goods as it has pleased God to bless me with I give demise and dispose of in manner and form as follows-

Item I will that all my just debts be paid by my Executors,

Item I will and bequeath unto my son James Ellis the tract of land whereon I now live containing four hundred and eleven acres to him and his heirs forever, and also my black horse, and one wagon and four ----- of gears belonging thereunto, one cow and calf his choice, and one three year old heifer, two feather beds, bed steads and furniture his choice, and the remaining part of stock of hogs, one plow and plow tackling, one set of mail rings, one iron wedge, one mattock, and a piece of full cloth.

Item: I will unto my cousin William Ellis my great coat.

Item : I will that what remains of my stock and all other of my estate , except what is before mentioned , and my wearing apparel be valued by three men chosen by my children and all debts due me be equally divided among my children, John, Evan, William, Isaac, and James, and I do hereby constitute make and ordain my trusted sons John Ellis & Evan Ellis Executors of this my last will and testament and I do hereby disallow and disanul all other wills and bequest by me made or done heretofore, ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this eighth day of December In the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety six.

Signed sealed published and pronounced in the presents of Thomas Brewer (X) Matthew Johnston Joshua Jones by Evan Ellis Recorded Rowan Count Will Book B Transcribed by Bob & Linda Ellis, Duluth Ga. File at: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/ellis208gwl.txt

Notes: Evan Ellis

Notes: William Ellis

Notes: Thomas Brewer

Notes Matthew Johnston

Notes: Joshua Jones

#1797

1797-1819 JOHN JOHNSON, * G-101 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume G (1797-1819) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-g-1797-1819.txt

Title John Johnson, Years: 1797 Creator: Languages: Call Number: WB-C/315

Location: MARS Id: 5200.85.1297 (Folder) Other Ids: Physical Description: Quantity: Other Copies: Related Materials: Arrangement:

Abstract:

Scope / Contents: View Abbreviated Scope / Contents Recorded Copy Reference: WB-C/315 (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 John Johnson,

Geographical NamesRowan County

Provenance Mars Mitchell Will Index



Rowan County

1797-1819 JOHN JOHNSTON, * G-445 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume G (1797-1819) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-g-1797-1819.txt

1797-1819 MARY JOHNSTON, * G-236 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume G (1797-1819) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-g-1797-1819.txt

1797-1819 ROBERT JOHNSTON, * G-391 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume G (1797-1819) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-g-1797-1819.txt

1797 March 13: Married Charles Hinkle, born January 18, 1777; died September 21, 1843 in Shelly Co., Ky. He married Susanna March May 13, 1797 in Rowan County, North Carolina (Davidson Co., N.C.).
He was the son of Charles Hinkle and Elizabeth Johnson.
 http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/c/h/Marvin-R-Schubert/GENE29-0009.html   

#1798

26 February 1798. John Willcockson, of Rowan County, North Carolina, deeded to William Willcockson of Rowan County, for 525 pounds a parcel of land containing 165 acres on both sides of Bear Creek...part of tract of 640 acres granted unto Jacob Koller, conveyed by J. Koller to John Willcockson and now by John Willcockson to William Willcockson. Witnesses were Samuel Wilcockson and Squire Willcockson. Signed: John Willcockson. (x) (Rowan County Deed Book 19, page 254) http://www.planetmurphy.org/pagebuild.php?pagebody1=WilcoxJohn.htm


26 February 1798. John Willcockson of Rowan County, North Carolina deeded to William Willcockson for 250 pounds, estimation of 160 acres on Bear Creek including John Rowland’s line, now Edward Parkers to Jacob Keller corner. Witnesses were Samuel Willcockson and Squire Willcockson. Signed John Willcockson. (x) (19:256 http://www.planetmurphy.org/pagebuild.php?pagebody1=WilcoxJohn.htm
Edward Parkers

John Rowland

Jacob Keller

1798 March 6: Married Strangeman Johnson: was born on 28 Sep 1772 in, Henrico, Virginia. He died on 4 Sep 1841 in, Henry, Indiana. He married Mary Whitaker on 6 Mar 1798 in, Rowan, North Carolina. Mary Whitaker was born about 1776 in , Rowan, North Carolina. She married Strangeman Johnson on 6 Mar 1798 in, Rowan, North Carolina.



Strangeman Johnson

1770, 4, 15: John Johnson son of Ashley Johnson of Amelia County married in Cedar Creek MH, Hanover County to Lydia Hutchins daughter of Strageman Hutchins. Of Goochland Co. Cedar Creek MM: Hinsah Encyclopedia of American Quaker Records. Volume 6: copy’s sent in by S.M. Boone
Children :

1771 3, 13: Jonathan Johnson born to John Johnson son of Ashley Johnson of Amelia County wife is Lydia Hutchins

1772, 9, 28: Stangeman Johnson born to John Johnson son of Ashley Johnson of Amelia County wife is Lydia Hutchins

1774, 3, 26: Benajmin Johnson born to John Johnson son of Ashley Johnson of Amelia County wife is Lydia Hutchins

177-, 11, 21 Agatha Johnson born to John Johnson son of Ashley Johnson of Amelia County wife is Lydia Hutchins

1780, 1, 15 Ashley Johnson born to: John Johnson son of Ashley Johnson of Amelia County wife is Lydia Hutchins

 

John Johnson was born on 19 Dec 1747 in, Henrico, Virginia. He died on 5 Aug 1823 in. Indiana. He married Lydia Hutchins on 15 Apr 1770 in Cedar Creek Mtg, Hanover, Virginia.



Lydia Hutchins was born on 15 Feb 1752 in, Goochland, Virginia. She died on 7 Apr 1791 in, Yadkin, North Carolina. She was buried on 7 Apr 1791 in, Surry, North Carolina. She married John Johnson on 15 Apr 1770 in Cedar Creek Mtg, Hanover, Virginia.

They had the following children:



Jonathan Johnson was born on 13 Mar 1771 in, Henrico, Virginia. He died on 9 Mar 1851 in, Surry, North Carolina. He married Sarah Low on 8 Jul 1802 in, Surry, North Carolina. Sarah Low was born about 1774 in , Henrico, Virginia. She married Jonathan Johnson on 8 Jul 1802 in, Surry, North Carolina

Strangeman Johnson was born on 28 Sep 1772 in , Henrico, Virginia. He died on 4 Sep 1841 in, Henry, Indiana. He married Mary Whitaker on 6 Mar 1798 in, Rowan, North Carolina. Mary Whitaker was born about 1776 in , Rowan, North Carolina. She married Strangeman Johnson on 6 Mar 1798 in, Rowan, North Carolina.

Benjamin Johnson was born on 26 Mar 1774 in , Henrico, Virginia.



Agatha Johnson was born on 21 Nov 1777 in, Henrico, Virginia. She married Mr. Adams

Ashley Johnson was born on 15 Jan 1780 in, Henrico, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Brown on 19 Oct 1807 in , Surry, North Carolina. Elizabeth Brown was born on 3 Jun 1788 in , Surry, North Carolina. She died before 1850. She married Ashley Johnson on 19 Oct 1807 in, Surry, North Carolina.

Elizabeth Johnson was born in 1782 in , Henrico, Virginia. She died about 1803 in, North Carolina. She married Joseph Beeson on 6 Mar 1802 in, Surry, North Carolina: Joseph Beeson was born on 11 May 1771 in , Surry, North Carolina. He died on 24 Jun 1850 in, Ohio. He married Elizabeth Johnson on 6 Mar 1802 in, Surry, North Carolina

Lydia Johnson was born about 1784 in, Henrico, Virginia.

Died 15 Aug 1798 Samuel Bryan was born Bet 1724 and 1725 in Chester, Pennsylvania, and died 15 Aug 1798 in Rowan, North Carolina,. He married Elizabeth Margaret McMahan. She was born 1737 in Rowan, North Carolina,. He married Elizabeth Enochs. She was born Aft 1730 in Swedesboro, NJ.

#1799

1799 ERA Maried in Yadkin Rover, Rowan Co., NC. SARAH "SAREY" PENNINGTON: Date born 2: October 24, 1776, Ashe Co., NC Burial: 1817, Johnston Cemetery, Buckhorn, Perry Co., KY married SAMUEL JOHNSTON, SR.:Burial: 1861, Johnston Cemetery, Buckhorn, Perry Co., KY

Children of SARAH PENNINGTON and SAMUEL JOHNSTON are:

i. JAMES4 JOHNSTON, b. July 13, 1800, Yadkin River, Rowan Co., NC (VA); d. December 22, 1889, Buckhorn, Perry Co., KY; m. (1) JUDY RILEY, May 06, 1820, Clay Co., KY; m. (2) MARGARET GAY, 1822, Perry Co., KY; b. 1810, KY; d. November 02, 1891, Buckhorn, Perry Co., KY.

More About JAMES JOHNSTON:
Burial: December 1889, Johnson Cemetery, Perry Co., KY
Census 1: 1850, Perry Co., KY, Dist. 1, Pg 412, Fam #213
Census 2: 1880, E.D. 14, Crocketsville, Breathitt Co., KY, Pg 592 B

More About MARGARET GAY:


Date born 2: 1802
Burial: November 1891, Moore's Creek Cemetery, Moore's Creek, Jackson Co., KY
Census 1: 1850, Perry Co., KY, Dist. 1, Pg 412, Fam #213
Census 2: 1880, E.D. 14, Crocketsville, Breathitt Co., KY, Pg 592 B

ii. JOHN JOHNSTON, b. May 18, 1802, NC or VA; d. 1884, MO; m. NANCY HADDIX, November 14, 1822, Clay Co., KY; b. Abt. 1804.

More About JOHN JOHNSTON:
Burial: 1884, Johnson Cemetery, Perry Co., KY

iii. JANE OR JENNIE JOHNSTON, b. April 01, 1805, Grayson Co., VA; d. December 15, 1858, Longs Creek, Breathitt Co., KY; m. JOHN "GENTLEMAN JOHN" J. RILEY, May 09, 1820, Clay Co., KY; b. July 13, 1805, VA; d. June 23, 1887, Breathitt Co., KY.

More About JANE OR JENNIE JOHNSTON:
Burial: December 1858, Old Riley Cemetery, Morris Fork, Breathitt Co., KY
Census: 1850, Breathitt Co., KY, District 1, Pg 39, #314

More About JOHN "GENTLEMAN JOHN" J. RILEY:


Burial: June 1887, Old Riley Cemetery, Morris Fork, Breathitt Co., KY
Census 1: 1850, Breathitt Co., KY, District 1, Pg 39, #314
Census 2: 1880, E.D. 14, Crocketsville, Breathitt Co., KY, Pg. 598 A

iv. WILLIAM JOHNSTON, b. June 02, 1806, NC or VA; d. 1888, Perry Co., KY; m. ELIZABETH TURNER, September 24, 1826, Perry Co., KY; b. 1816, KY; d. 1898, Perry Co., KY.

More About WILLIAM JOHNSTON:
Burial: 1888, Johnson Cemetery, Perry Co., KY

More About ELIZABETH TURNER:


Burial: 1898, Johnson Cemetery, Perry Co., KY
Census: 1850, Perry Co., KY, Pg 413, Family #216

v. SAMUEL JOHNSTON, JR., b. October 25, 1808, KY or VA; d. August 20, 1902, Jackson Co., KY; m. (1) RACHEL PENNINGTON, January 23, 1832, Clay Co., KY; b. December 25, 1817, KY; d. April 04, 1884, Jackson Co., KY; m. (2) MARY WISE, May 04, 1887, Jackson Co., KY.

More About SAMUEL JOHNSTON, JR.:
Burial: August 1902, Johnson Cemetery, Perry Co., KY
Census: 1880, E.D. 50, Pond Creek, Jackson Co., KY, Pg. 520 D

More About RACHEL PENNINGTON:


Burial: April 1884, Moore's Creek Cemetery, Moore's Creek, KY
Census: 1880, E.D. 50, Pond Creek, Jackson Co., KY, Pg. 520 D

vi. CAMPBELL "CAMEL" JOHNSTON, b. February 06, 1811, NC; d. November 19, 1898, Buckhorn, Perry Co., KY; m. SARAH ANN TURNER, August 12, 1836, Clay Co., KY; b. April 10, 1820, KY; d. November 21, 1899, Perry Co., KY.

More About CAMPBELL "CAMEL" JOHNSTON:
Burial: November 1898, Johnson Cemetery, Perry Co., KY
Census 1: 1850, Perry Co., KY, District 1, Pg 412, Family #207
Census 2: 1880, Perry Co., KY, Pg. 532 A

More About SARAH ANN TURNER:


Burial: November 1899, Johnson Cemetery, Perry Co., KY
Census: 1880, Perry Co., KY, Pg. 532 A

vii. ISRAEL JOHNSTON, b. August 06, 1813, NC; d. 1895, Perry Co., KY; m. FUGATE.

More About ISRAEL JOHNSTON:
Burial: 1895, Johnson Cemetery, Perry Co., KY

viii. ELIZABETH JOHNSTON, b. April 10, 1816, Buckhorn, Perry Co., KY; d. 1895; m. JESSE BARGER, October 06, 1831, Clay Co., KY; b. November 06, 1811, Perry Co., KY or Wise Co., VA; d. 1899, KY.

More About ELIZABETH JOHNSTON:
Census 1: 1850, Perry Co., KY, District 1, Pg 406, Family #126
Census 2: 1880, Perry Co., KY, Pg. 528 B

More About JESSE BARGER:


Census 1: 1850, Perry Co., KY, District 1, Pg 406, Family #126
Census 2: 1880, Perry Co., KY, Pg. 528 B

ix. THOMAS JOHNSTON, b. Abt. 1821, KY.



More About THOMAS JOHNSTON:
Census: 1850, Perry Co., KY, District 1, Pg 412, Family #207

http://famgen.genheirlooms.com/penningt.htm  Betty Tannahill Johnson or Carmen M. Johnson

Research Notes: I think this is Carmen M. Johnson’s families and should be color coded to her colors off President Andrew Johnson.

1799 September 23 This indenture made the twenty third Day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seventeen hundred and ninety-nine Between ALEXANDER MARTIN, Esquire of the County of Rockingham in the State of North Carolina of the one part; and Barnard Cryder of the town of Salisbury, in the State aforesaid Taveron Keeper of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Alexander Martin, Esq. for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds current money to him in hand paid by the said Barnard Cryder at or before the sealing & Delivery of these presents hath given, granted, bargained sold and conveyed and by these presents doth give, grant bargain sell & convey unto the said Barnard Cryder his heirs and assigns all that certain parcel of land being one fourth part of a lott situate lying & being in the town of Salisbury in the State aforesaid Known and distinguished in the plan of the said Town by the name of Number One in the East Square thereof which said one fourth or a quarter part of said Lott begins at the end of six poles down Corbin Street from the West corner of said lot, and runs north East three poles along said Street to the corner of Johnson’s late quarter, now said Cryders aforesaid lot, thence with said John Johnsons or Cryders line South East twelve poles to the line of the lott Number Nine, thence with the line of said lott South West three poles to the corner of Paul Barringers half of said lot. Number one now Richmond Pearson, Esq. thence with said Barringers line North West twelve poles to the Beginning Containing thirty six square poles which lot was granted by James Carter & Hugh Forster Commissioners of said Town by Deed to James Bowers by the said James Bowers to John Brevard, Esq. and by the said John Brevard to the said Alexander Martin, reference to all which will more fully appear, together with all & singular the appurtenances and all the Estate right title interest property claim and Demand whatsoever of him the said Alexander Martin of into or out of the same or any part thereof. To have & to Hold the said land that is to say one fourth part or quarter of a lot No. one hereby granted or meant mentioned or intended to be granted with the appurtenances unto the said Barnard Cryder his Heirs & Assigns to & for his and their only proper use benefit and behoof forever, And the said Alexander Martin & his heirs, Execrs. And Administrators covenant promise grant & agree to & with the said Barnard Cryder & his heirs one fourth or quarter of lott number one and premises against him the said Alexander Martin and all other persons whatsoever claiming or to claim by from through or under them or either of them, shall & will well & truly warrant and forever defend by these presents. In Witness whereof the said First Party to these presents hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year herein first before written. Alex: Martin {seal} Sealed and Delivered In the presence of us} Henry Giles Conrad Gillam http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/land/mar1799a.txt

Notes: Alexander Martin

This appears to be Colonel Alexander Martin of the Rev. War



Notes: John Brevard

This appears to be Capt. John Brevard of the Rev. war who served under Col. Alexander Martin, who is a cousin to Adam Brevard Hudson.



Notes: The Brevard surname they are cousin’s to Adam Brevard Hudson and Ezekeil Hudson. Adam Brevard died in Adams County Mississippi

Notes: Barnard Cryder

Notes Henry Giles

Notes: Conrad Gillam

Notes: Paul Barringer

Notes: James Bowers

Notes: Richmond Pearson

Notes: James Carter

Notes: Hugh Forster

#1800

24 OCT 1800 Mary JOHNSON b 31 MAR 1784 Guilford NC d 25 MAR 1859 Maury Co TN m Benjamin DAVIS 24 OCT 1800 Rowan NC b 28 JUL 1778 VA d 22 NOV 1845


Benjamin DAVIS

Mary JOHNSON

1773 MAR 4 Sarah McLAREN b 25 JAN 1755 NC MARRIED. William JOHNSON Guilford Co NC 27 DEC 1749 d 8 FEB 1830 TN

Son of Gideon JOHNSON Sr & Ursula ALLEN

both bur Johnson-Amis Cem Maury Co TN

CHILDREN................ 1.Joseph JOHNSON b ca 1773

2.Celia JOHNSON b 25 OCT 1776 Guildford Co NC

m John SANDERS bef 1796 Guilford Co NC

removed to Maury Co TN

1.Mary'Polly'SANDERS

m James P.KENNEDY

2.Alexander McClaren SANDERS

3.William Johnson SANDERS

m Elizabeth BELLENFANT

4.Duke SANDERS

5.Sarah McClaren SANDERS

6.James SANDERS

7.Joseph SANDERS

3.Vesula(Ursula)JOHNSON b ca 1778

4.Alexander JOHNSON b 14 APR 1782 Guildford Co NC

d 7 FEB 1857 Maury Co TN

m Mary Jessaline BALLANFANT 6 AUG 1805 Rockingham Co NC

b 29 MAR 1787 VA d 3 JAN 1875 TN

both bur Johnson-Amis Cem Maury Co TN
dau of Jean BALLANFANT/Louisa'Lucy'YEOMAN

1.Cosby Duke JOHNSON Martha Ann CHEATHAM 9 JUL 1835 Maury Co TN

b 12 FEB 1821 d 20 FEB 1903 Maury Co TN

dau of John CHEATHAM/Elizabeth AMIS


2.John Bellenfant JOHNSON m Elizabeth Ann BAIRD 9 OCT 1835 Maury Co TN

3.Louisa Yeomans JOHNSON b 11 OCT 1812 d 4 AUG 1886

4.William R.JOHNSON b 1 OCT 1814 d 1 SEP 1830 Johnson-Amis Cem Maury Co TN

5.Sally McClaren JOHNSON b 11 MAY 1817 d 7 JUN 1867 m Robert R.GILL 26 APR 1832

6.Mary Ann JOHNSON m Stephen C.NOLEN 12 FEB 1834

7.Joseph Alexander JOHNSON b 13 SEP 1821 d 2 MAR 1881 8.Elizabeth Jane JOHNSON b 25 MAY 1824 d 21 FEB 1902 Wilkes Cem Maury Co TN m1 unk MARTIN m2 Rev.Wm.H.WILKES

9.Ruth Allen JOHNSON b 31 OCT 1826 d 2 JAN 1889 m1 Albert BOOKER 18 OCT 1843 m2 William Stuart FLEMING 8 FEB 1860

10.Amanda Malvina JOHNSON b 5 JAN 1829 d 3 MAR 1897


5.Mary JOHNSON b 31 MAR 1784 Guilford NC d 25 MAR 1859 Maury Co TN

m Benjamin DAVIS 24 OCT 1800 Rowan NC b 28 JUL 1778 VA d 22 NOV 1845 m Wilmuth H.MALONE 11 NOV 1847 Maury Co TN

1.Sarah DAVIS b 1801

2.Edward DAVIS b 1802

3.Wiley DAVIS b 1803

4.Ephraim Johnson DAVIS b 22 JAN 1804

5.Jeremiah M.DAVIS b 1805

6.Woodson DAVIS

7.Johnson DAVIS

8.Mary DAVIS

9.Eliza M.DAVIS

6.John JOHNSON b ca 1783 d aft 1850 Maury Co TN m1 Elizabeth ARNOLD

9 children m2 Mary BEAVER 18 JAN 1843 Maury Co TN

7.William Allen JOHNSON b 1789 d 1852 McNairy Co TN m Mary GRIFFIN

8.Abner JOHNSON b ca 1791 m Polly MOBLEY 12 NOV 1818 Maury Co TN

9.Gideon JOHNSON b aft JUL 1800


notes: Guilford Co NC Marriage Records

Rev War Records

Williamson Co TN Court Records

1823 Maury Co TN Tax Rolls

-William Johnson,3 slaves,272 acres on Fountain Creek

-Alexander Johnson,3 slaves,93.5 acres on Fountain Creek

1830 Maury Co TN Alexander,Gideon Johnson

Boddie, Historical Southern Families vol 3 p.10

Rodenbough, Heritage of Rockingham County p.147

Alexander Johnson Family Bible http://www.oguinnfamily.com/mclaren/daniel.html


Alexander Johnson McLAREN b 5 MAY 1816 d 5 OCT 1870 ( Family of Williamson Co Tn) Parents: Franklin S.McLAREN b 6 JAN 1791 NC d 11 JUN 1853 TN m Corinne Mourning BELLENFANT 5 APR 1815 Williamson TN http://www.oguinnfamily.com/mclaren/daniel.html

1830 Feb 8: Died William JOHNSON,, 27 Dec 1749 - 8 Feb 1830 (80-01-12.) "To the Memory of William Johnson. born Dec the 27th 1749 & departed this life on the 8th of Feb 1830. Aged 80 years 1 month & 12 days." this stone is peeling away at the bottom. Won't be long before the inscription will begin to peel away. William & Sarah's stone sits on the western side of the area inside the rock wall with Williams on our left and Sarah's stone on the right. The two stones face east. They are about five paces from the edge of the rock wall. Photo & info by Wayne Austin 11-15-03.http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~maury/cemetery/johnson-amis/johnson11.htm



Notes: Sarah Johnson

Sarah JOHNSON, d. 2 Sep 1835 (79-08-08.) ‘Saran Johnson Survived her husband Wm Johnson, 5 years and a half died Sept the 2nd 1835, at the age of 79 years 8 mont-hs & 8 days."Photo & info by Wayne Austin 11-15-03.



1773 MAR 4 Sarah McLAREN b 25 JAN 1755 NC MARRIED. William JOHNSON Guilford Co NC 27 DEC 1749 d 8 FEB 1830 TN

Son of Gideon JOHNSON Sr & Ursula ALLEN

both bur Johnson-Amis Cem Maury Co TN

CHILDREN................

1.Joseph JOHNSON b ca 1773

2.Celia JOHNSON b 25 OCT 1776 Guildford Co NC m John SANDERS bef 1796 Guilford Co NC

removed to Maury Co TN

1.Mary'Polly'SANDERS m James P.KENNEDY

2.Alexander McClaren SANDERS

3.William Johnson SANDERS m Elizabeth BELLENFANT

4.Duke SANDERS

5.Sarah McClaren SANDERS

6.James SANDERS

7.Joseph SANDERS

3.Vesula(Ursula)JOHNSON b ca 1778

4.Alexander JOHNSON b 14 APR 1782 Guildford Co NC d 7 FEB 1857 Maury Co TN m Mary Jessaline BALLANFANT 6 AUG 1805 Rockingham Co NC b 29 MAR 1787 VA d 3 JAN 1875 TN

both bur Johnson-Amis Cem Maury Co TN
dau of Jean BALLANFANT/Louisa'Lucy'YEOMAN

1.Cosby Duke JOHNSON Martha Ann CHEATHAM 9 JUL 1835 Maury Co TN

b 12 FEB 1821 d 20 FEB 1903 Maury Co TN

dau of John CHEATHAM/Elizabeth AMIS


2.John Bellenfant JOHNSON m Elizabeth Ann BAIRD 9 OCT 1835 Maury Co TN

3.Louisa Yeomans JOHNSON b 11 OCT 1812 d 4 AUG 1886

4.William R.JOHNSON b 1 OCT 1814 d 1 SEP 1830 Johnson-Amis Cem Maury Co TN

5.Sally McClaren JOHNSON b 11 MAY 1817 d 7 JUN 1867 m Robert R.GILL 26 APR 1832

6.Mary Ann JOHNSON m Stephen C.NOLEN 12 FEB 1834

7.Joseph Alexander JOHNSON b 13 SEP 1821 d 2 MAR 1881 8.Elizabeth Jane JOHNSON b 25 MAY 1824 d 21 FEB 1902 Wilkes Cem Maury Co TN m1 unk MARTIN m2 Rev.Wm.H.WILKES

9.Ruth Allen JOHNSON b 31 OCT 1826 d 2 JAN 1889 m1 Albert BOOKER 18 OCT 1843 m2 William Stuart FLEMING 8 FEB 1860

10.Amanda Malvina JOHNSON b 5 JAN 1829 d 3 MAR 1897


5.Mary JOHNSON b 31 MAR 1784 Guilford NC d 25 MAR 1859 Maury Co TN

m Benjamin DAVIS 24 OCT 1800 Rowan NC b 28 JUL 1778 VA d 22 NOV 1845 m Wilmuth H.MALONE 11 NOV 1847 Maury Co TN

1.Sarah DAVIS b 1801

2.Edward DAVIS b 1802

3.Wiley DAVIS b 1803

4.Ephraim Johnson DAVIS b 22 JAN 1804

5.Jeremiah M.DAVIS b 1805

6.Woodson DAVIS

7.Johnson DAVIS

8.Mary DAVIS

9.Eliza M.DAVIS

6.John JOHNSON b ca 1783 d aft 1850 Maury Co TN m1 Elizabeth ARNOLD

9 children m2 Mary BEAVER 18 JAN 1843 Maury Co TN

7.William Allen JOHNSON b 1789 d 1852 McNairy Co TN m Mary GRIFFIN

8.Abner JOHNSON b ca 1791 m Polly MOBLEY 12 NOV 1818 Maury Co TN

9.Gideon JOHNSON b aft JUL 1800


notes: Guilford Co NC Marriage Records

Rev War Records

Williamson Co TN Court Records

1823 Maury Co TN Tax Rolls

-William Johnson,3 slaves,272 acres on Fountain Creek

-Alexander Johnson,3 slaves,93.5 acres on Fountain Creek

1830 Maury Co TN Alexander,Gideon Johnson

Boddie, Historical Southern Families vol 3 p.10

Rodenbough, Heritage of Rockingham County p.147

Alexander Johnson Family Bible



http://www.oguinnfamily.com/mclaren/daniel.html
Alexander Johnson McLAREN b 5 MAY 1816 d 5 OCT 1870 ( Family of Williamson Co Tn) Parents: Franklin S.McLAREN b 6 JAN 1791 NC d 11 JUN 1853 TN m Corinne Mourning BELLENFANT 5 APR 1815 Williamson TN http://www.oguinnfamily.com/mclaren/daniel.html
1800 Dec 13: Rowan Co., NC Heritage Book which listed the following: Book 17, pg. 417: Dec. 3, 1800, John Johnston of Williamston Co., TN--no wife signs--lets Benjamin Burch Walker of Rowan Co., NC have 179 acres on Mill Creek next Ebenezer Jones & Levin Ward for $447.00, witnessed by John Johnston & Robert Johnston& proved by the latter in Feb. 1801 http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Johnston::tn/williamson::754.html

John Johnston of Williamston Co., TN

Benjamin Burch Walker of Rowan Co., NC

Mill Creek Rowan Co Nc

Ebenezer Jones Rowan Co Nc

Levin Ward Rowan Co Nc

Robert Johnston

#1801

Died Bef 1801 John Bryan was born 9 Apr 1730 in Orange, Virginia, and died Bef 1801 in Rowan, North Carolina, He married Sarah Unknown. She was born 1730 in Rowan, North Carolina, , and died Aft 1793.

1801 March 10: Rowan County Court Records show a deed recorded on March 10, 1801 in Blount Co. and witnessed by Andrew Richey. The records the sale of 270 acres of land bordering the Holston River, sold by John Johnston, Michael Montgomery, Amos Edwards and Jusius (sp?) Danforth to Thomas Richey. Thomas Richey purchased the land for $275.00. The property bordered that of his brother in law, Archibald Trimble. James Lacky was the attorney who handled the transaction. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tngiles/bios/richeyt.htm

1801 Sept 23 Isaac Jones of Surry Co NC to William Graham of Rowan 100 acres on Sedar Creek 18:384


http://www.billputman.com/Jonesrecs.pdf

#1802

1802 Aug 26: Jno Patterson married Charlotte Caudle :Saml Johnson was the bondsman and A. L. Osborn D. C. the witness


This is from Rowan County Marriages 1753-1868 by Brent H. Holcomb. http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Johnson::nc/rowan::1195.html

#1803

#1804

#1805

1805, Zenas Johnston, Rowan Co. Born died 1824. University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Dialectic Society http://docsouth.unc.edu/true/dialectic/dialectic.html


Years: c1807 Title John Johnson, Sr. Creator: Languages: Call Number: WB-G/101

Location: MARS Id: 5200.85.1298 (Folder) Other Ids: Physical Description:

Quantity: Other Copies: Related Materials: Arrangement:

Abstract:

Scope / Contents: View Abbreviated Scope / Contents Recorded Copy Reference: WB-G/101 (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 SubjectsIndexesWills

Personal Names John Johnson, Sr.

Geographical NamesRowan County

Provenance Mars Mitchell Will Index Rowan County
1805 July 20:, 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.

Ebenezer Frost
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. 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:

North Calinah Roan County In the year of our Lord 1769 Desembour the 3 Day pleas to grant Ebenezer Frost lisens to marry Sarah Fair Child and in so doing you will a blige your friend. (Signed) ebeneser fair Child

At the time of his marriage to Sarah Fairchild, Ebenezer Frost was twenty-three, Sarah was probably younger than eighteen, since her parents are thought to have married in 1750 and since her father's consent was attached to her marriage bond. How long Sarah lived after her marriage is not known; nor is the exact dates of the births of any of her children. Her death probably occurred a few months before Ebenezer Frost's second marriage on November 2, , 1775
#1806

#1807

1807 Feb 23: Miss Johnson to John Wright Rowan Co. Notice of Marriage Published Marriage and Death notices from Raliegh Register and NC State Gazette 1799-1825 compiled by Carrie L. Broughton: Baltimore Publishing Co. 1966



#1808

1808 Died Isaac Holman was born in 1725. He died in 1808 in Rowan County, North Carolina. Note #2: Damaris Knobe (Source #1, p. 81) states that Isaac and his wife,
Mary, both signed a deed when they sold some property in 1782. Only Isaac
signed in similar circumstances in 1798, so it is assumed that Mary died
between 1782 and 1798. Knobe also mentions that Isaac and his wife belonged
to the Bear Creek Baptist Church. (See Holeman/Holman Newsletter, Volume
II, Issues 1 and 2, for some of these church records.)
On p. 108 of A History of the Holman Family of Johnson County, Indiana,
Dorothy Shank Hunter states that "The Holman family of Johnson County,
Indiana,
never had any doubts as to her maiden name. Her maiden name is
said to have been 'Mary Benton'. Family tradition appears to be correct
because the name 'Benton' re-occurs many times among the descendants of
Isaac Holeman (the first)." This note was provided by: Merry Ann Malcolm

Isaac Holeman will--Rowan Co., NC, Book G, p. 93; written 15 Aug 1807,


probated 3 May 1808.

He was married to Mary Benton in 1746 in Wilkes, Wilkesboro, North Carolina. Children were: Daniel Holman, Elizabeth Holman, William Holman, Isaac Holman, Reuben Holman, James Holman, Patience Holman, Thomas Holman, John Holman, Absalom Holman, Mary Holman, Jacob Holman, David Holman.



Henry C. Holman was born in 1841 in Davie Co., NC. Parents: J. Isaac Holman and Mary Neely.

He was married to Sarah E. Ward on Dec 3 1861 in Davie Co., NC. J. M. Johnson, JP; Eph Gaither, clk. Children were: Walter Holman, Mary V. Holman, Maud Holman.



William Holman was born in 1753. He died in 1820 in Rowan County, North Carolina. Parents: Isaac Holman and Mary Benton. He was married to Elizabeth Johnson

Children were: Patience Holman .



http://www.familyorigins.com/users/b/o/o/Ron--Booe/FAMO1-0001/d106.htm#P2112

#1809

#1810

1810 Death: Cecelia Elmore Johnson in Rowan Co.,NC 1808 MAY Death: Robert Johnson in Stokes Co.,NC  19 NOV 1758 Married in Hanover Co., VA  Robert Johnson married to Cecelia Elmore Birth: 15 MAY 1737 in New Kent Co., VA Title: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books Author: National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kcdavis&id=I009085


1789 May 21 Died Hezekiah Sanders
15 Nov 1757 Hezekiah SAnders PRCF Cedar Creek MM VA.to m Martha
her father David Johnson sent a letter of consent EQG 

1758, 1, 12: Robert Johnson married Cicely Elmore: Cedar Creek MM: Hinshaw Encyclopedia of American Quaker Records. Volume 6: copy’s sent in by S.M. Boone
 Name: Hezekiah SANDERS Birth: 28 Aug 1734 in Virginia Death: 21 May 1789 in Deep River, Guilford, North Carolina
 

Hezekiah Sanders

Oct 1766 Hezekiah &w & ch REC from Cedar Creek MM VA dtd 14 Apr 1766

 

3 Dec 1757 Hezekiah RMT Martha Johnson



 

9 Sep 1758 Hezekiah & John Stanley had a dispute concerning some building: matter settled by MM

12 Apr 1766 Hezekiah & w Martha & ch GCT New Garden MM

 

Martha Johnson Sanders

1 Apr 1758 Martha con misconduct.rem to to the
(Cedar Creek MM)

19 NOV 1758 Married in Hanover Co., VA  Robert Johnson Death: MAY 1808 in Stokes Co.,NC to Cecelia Elmore Birth: 15 MAY 1737 in New Kent Co., VA Death: 1810 in Rowan Co.,NC Title: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books Author: National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kcdavis&id=I009085


1758, 1, 12: Robert Johnson married Cicely Elmore: Cedar Creek MM: Hinshaw Encyclopedia of American Quaker Records. Volume 6: copy’s sent in by S.M. Boone
John Sanders II, b 1706, (parents John and Martha Sanders) and his wife Jane Crew, b. 1703 (parents John and Sara Crew of New Kent, Va.). Two of Jane's siblings married into the Stanleys. John and Jane had the following children:

Elizabeth Sanders, b. 1730, m. John Moore Jr.;

Hezekiah Sanders, b 1734, m. Martha Elmore Johnson;

Sarah Sanders, b 1739, m. David Brooks;

Priscilla Sanders, b. 1740 m. Phillips Hamm;

Ann Sanders, b. 1743, m. Thomas Elmore Jr.;

Joel Sanders, b. 1745 m. Mary Elmore;

Jemima Sanders, b. 1747, m. John Baldwin;

my line is John Sanders III, (b1733) who married Susanna Ravenett, dau. of William.

Their children were Jesse (m. Sarah Ruddick),

Martha (m. ? Hubbard);

John IV, Forris (Forrest),

Joseph (m. Hannah Eyres),

Hezekiah; and

James (my line) who married Phoebe Beeson, dau. Issac and Pheobe Straud Beeson, in 1788. http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.northcarolina.counties.guilford/900/mb.ashx

1810 Feb 8 The Star Married On Thursday the 18th in Rowan County, Mr. John Johnson, planter, to Miss Lydia Elrod, daughter of Adam Elrod, late of Salem http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/rowan/vitals/marriages/johnson57nmr.txt



Adam Elrod,

Mr. John Johnson

1810 Nov. 29Thurs. SHERIFFS SALE 158 acres, returned by SAMUEL JOHNSON, in CAPT. PEARSON’S Company, for the tax of 1808 http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/rowan/court/sale517wl.txt



SAMUEL JOHNSON

CAPT. PEARSON

#1811

#1812

War of 1812


Johnson



William






6th Regt.



3rd Regt.



Rowan Co.



Johnston



Abram






7th Regt.



2nd Co.



Detached From The 2nd Rowan Regt.



Johnston



Baker






7th Regt.



3rd Co.



Detached From The 3rd Rowan Regt.



Johnston



James






6th Regt.



2nd Regt.



Rowan Co.


http://www.ncgenweb.us/nc1812/1812soldiers.htm
Years: 1812 Title Mary Johnson, Creator: Languages: Call Number: WB-G/236

Location: MARS Id: 5200.85.1299 (Folder) Other Ids:

Physical Description: Quantity: Other Copies: Related Materials: Arrangement:

Abstract:

Scope / Contents: View Abbreviated Scope / Contents Recorded Copy Reference: WB-G/236 (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

IndexesWillsPersonal Names Mary Johnson,

Geographical NamesRowan County

Provenance Mars Mitchell Will Index Rowan County

1812 Jan 1 Married New Garden Monthly Meeting Rowan North Carolina Rachel Johnson 1 Mar 1794 in Guilford,,North Carolina, Death: Oct 1849 to Azael HUNT 15 Sep 1790 in ,Guilford,North Carolina died 7 Apr 1868 in Spring,MH,Indiana


reported daughter of 1787 Oct 11 Married in New Garden Monthly Meeting, Guilford,North Carolina, Caleb JOHNSON born Nov 1764 in New Garden Mm, North Carolina Rowan Co. died 24 Apr 1848 in Mill Creek, Hendricks, Indiana Elizabeth RAYLE born 1 Feb 1767 in New Garden Mm,Guilford,North Carolina died Dec 1839 in Mill Creek,Hendricks,Indiana Contact: Kathleen

Reported parents are James Johnson died 18 Apr 1809 in New Garden Mm, Guilford, North Carolina Married: 20 Feb 1748 in New Garden Mm,Chester,Pennsylvania, Margaret Cook Death: 1 Mar 1781 in Guilford,,North Carolina

Her reported parents are: George Rayle b: 6 May 1738 in E Marborough, Chester, Pennsylvania and wife Jane Brown

1812 John Johnson Rowan Co assigned to 6th Regiment: http://www.ncgenweb.us/nc1812/1812soldiers.htm




July 03, 1812 in Samuel Johnson PICKETT/PIGGOTT, born Rowan Co., NC; died September 22, 1872 in Davidson Co., NC. He married Asenith Hunt MONTGOMERY Abt. 1843 in NC; born 1824; died July 19, 1886 in Davidson Co., NC http://www.thekingsmeadow.com/EdwardWELBORN.htm
#1813
#1814
#1815

1815 Rowan County, Tax List of Capt. Tabb's Compy for the Year 1815

St. John Freeling 1 WP 3 BP 751 acres Bear Creek

Edward Parker 1WP 3BP 369 acres Bear Creek

Josiah Daniel 1 WP 1BP 300 acres adjoining Stokes Quarter
John Daniel 1 WP 1BP 189 acres [adjoining Stokes Quarter]
Zadok Daniel
Alexander Daniel 1 WP 215 acres adjoining Freeling
Drury Daniel 1 WP

Thomas Hughes 1WP 2BP 179 1/2 acres adjoining Freeling [married 1804 Susannah Parker]


Miles Parker 1 WP [married 1806 Anny Murray]
L. Peter Parker 1WP 1 BP [married 1809 Sally Hendren]
David Parker 1WP 2 BP 155 acres adjoining Forman heirs
David Parker 1 Tavern

http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/ppoole/ppoole7.htm

St. John Freeling

Edward Parker

In addition to Edward Parker, there was a Thomas Parker (relationship to Edward is unknown) on Bear Creek. Thomas Parker and May Bostin filed a marriage bond on 9 July 1767 in Rowan County. They also had a daughter named Susannah Parker (20). http://www.mindspring.com/~baumbach/ppoole/ppoole7.htm



#1816
Aug. 29, 1816, Rowan Co., North Carolina. died JOHN JOHNSTON, b. Aug. 10, 1774; ( See above Johnson and Smiley)

1816 Nov: Probated: Source: Rowan County Nc Will Book G, Pp. 445-6

Written: August 20, 1816
John Johnston (1774-1816) Will (Rowan County NC, Will Book G, pp. 445-6)

November Session 1816

Be is known to all whom it may concern to know that I John Johnston of the

County of Rowan & State of No Carolina being afflicted in body, but in my

usual state of mind, calling to mind my own mortality, do make & ordain this

as my last will and Testament & direct that my property be disposed of in the

following manner viz.

1st I give and bequeath to my wife Malinda Penelope Johnston my Negroe man

Frank & his wife Clary as her property during life if they should have any

more children those to be equally divided among all my children - also the

household furniture beds and beding together with all the kitchen furniture -

also the whole of the stock of horses, Cows, sheep & hogs to be kept on the

plantation for the use and as the common property of the family or to be

disposed as my Executors & her shall think most to the benefit of the family.

2nd I give and bequeath to my son Lee Johnston my Negroe boy Joe.

3rd I give & bequeath to my son Reece Johnston my negroe boy Frank.

4th I give & bequeath to my Son Moses D. Johnston my negroe boy Anthony.

5th I give & bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Malissa Johnston my negroe

girl Eliza.

6th I give & bequeath to my daughter Adeline Johnston my negroe girl Margaret.

7th I give & bequeath to my daughter Polly Serena Johnston my negroe girl

Zilla.


8th I give & bequeath my three Sons already named all my lands now in

possession both that on which I live and that purchased from John Hall & John

Graham to be equally divided among them (viz) my sons Lee, Reece & Moses D.

Johnston.

9th I direct and wish my waggon gears, all the farming utensils and black

smith to remain on the plantation as the common property & for the use of the

family. My still and vessels with any other property not already named to

some heir, to be sold and equally divided among my children.

Finally I appoint my wife and my brother Robert Johnston as the Executors of

this my last will & Testament, hereby revoaking and disannulling every other

will or Testament before made & confirming this & this only as my last will &

Testament in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal in presence

of Robert Johnston, Wm S. Johnston, Wm Kilpatrick

This 20th of August 1816 John Johnston


File at: http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/rowan/wills/johnston259gwl.txt

Joseph H. Howard jhhoward@comcast.net May 4, 2007, 4:05 pm

This file has been created by a form at http://www.genrecords.org/ncfiles/
#1817

1817, William TRIVETT, m. Lydia LATHAM Rowan County



William TRIVETT

William TRIVETT, m. Lydia LATHAM 1817, Rowan County


Thomas TRIVETT, m. Polly WAYMAN? before 1820
John TRIVETT Jr., m. Sarah ELROD, daughter of Adam ELROD
Lazarus TRIVETT, m. Sarah CRANFIELD
David TRIVET, m. Rachel GREER
Solomon TRIVETT, m. Elizabeth HARMON?
Owen TRIVETT, m. Rhodicy (Dicy) WILCOX
Samuel TRIVETT, m. Rebecca NORRIS
Fanny TRIVETT, m. Thomas JOHNSTON
Honor (Onar) TRIVETT, m. Nathan CRANFIELD
Lyddy TRIVETT, m. Berea RAY
These are some of the children of two brothers, John and Richard TRIVETT.

Both John and Richard were born in 1760s, probably in Pennsylvania.

John was mentioned in the will of Solomon Jones, 1804, as his stepson.

Richard was married to a lady named Margaret, John was married to a lady named Elizabeth.

Seven of these sons belong to John and one belongs to Richard.

Does anyone know which son is Richard's?


DAWN PETERS  http://www.iredell.com/read1996queries.htm

1817 Malinda Morris CURTIS Married: John GRAGG Birth: 1813 in Watauga Co, NC Father: John D. GRAGG Mother: Elizabeth MAJORS married 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


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Randolph Co. NC

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