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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James Graham


Captain Brandon

Captain Falls,

Captain Armstrong

Captain Patton.

Captain Huggins

1756 January 24



Rowan Co NC: James Lankford to serve as Constable in room of Joseph Peavey.

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SourceRowan County, North Carolina minutes of the court of pleas and quarter sessions, 1753-1789. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~langford/timeline_nc.htm
James Lankford
1751 ERA The Dan River flows through today's Stokes and Rockingham Counties, NC. It also enters Caswell County, NC. It flows into the southern part of Pittsylvania and ends in Halifax Counties, VA where it flows into the Roanoke (Staunton) River.

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



1753 Rowan County, NC was formed in from Anson County, NC

Lord Granville To:______________


17 November 1757, Benjamin Deason, 93 acres in Rowan County in the Parish of St. Luke's on the South side of Dan River, joining Tates corner, the mouth of a Branch on Tates land and the various courses of said river. Witnesses: W. Churton, Griffith Rutherford. Surveyed 1 March 1754, SSC Sworn chain carriers) Beverly Watkins, James Langford, W. Churton Surveyor.
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Source:  Rowan County Abstract of Land Grants, Secretary of State Land Grants, microfilm reel S108.255, Volume 3, page 53 and Margaret M. Hofmann, abstractor, The Granville District of North Carolina, 1746-1763 Abstracts of Land Grants  (1995)

Poldi Research Note: 1754 is the year that William Lankford witnessed the Thornton will in Granville. James is found later near William in Anson County area as Sheriff. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~langford/timeline_nc.htm
1759 Nov: Francis Rose plat for 510 acres in Rowan County on both sides of Little Rock House Creek.
CC: James Langford, James Simms, W. Churton, Surveyor. Entered 3 July 1759.
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Source:  Miscellaneous Land Office Papers, Microfilm Reel. S108.276 (North Carolina Archives)
Northampton County North Carolina. Volume 5, page 330.

Poldi Research Note: These dates are confusing and also the name of Little House Rock Creek. We need to view the original record on microfilm. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~langford/timeline_nc.htm
1765 Rowan County James Lankford purchased land in 1765 along Fagg's Creek
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Source:  Land Map of Stokes County, North Carolina dated 1790.  The Custom House put this together - 1977 date. Stokes Co., NC Historical Documentation.  Lists 1790 tax listings. Colonial Roads, Indian Trails, Landgrants and various other records are posted on this map. It is like a plat, showing names of land owners and where the land was located. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~langford/timeline_nc.htm

1771 Surry County, NC was formed from Rowan County, NC

1771 Rowan County Petition Attached List; List of Tyths in our Settlement on Dann River, Peters Creek, the Grat Creek, Double & Elk Creek, Snow Creel- John Deatherage.  Note: The names are recorded in the same hand as John Deatheage's name.[spellings are as in book]


James Langford, John Langford, Thomas Langford, William Langford, John Langford (does not say Jr. or younger and is in the second column of of three on list as published in book.

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Source: Jo White Linn, Rowan County North Carolina Tax Lists (1995) p. 111 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~langford/timeline_nc.htm
1772 Oct Surry Co. NC James Lankford  - Will

In the name of God amen, I, James Lankford of the county of Surry and Province of North Carolina, finding myself very sick and weak in body at present, but of perfect mind, and memory, thanks be to almighty God for it, calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, I do appoint this my last will and testament, and of the things that it hath been pleased God to indue me  with temporarily, I give and bequeath after the following manner:   

First I give my soul to Almighty God who gave it to me, and as for my body, I give to the Earth from whence it came, to be buried in a Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors.
An as for my personal estate, I dispose of it after the following manner;

First, I give and bequeath to my loving son James Lankford, my land that I now live on lying on the North side of Dan River in the aforesaid county and province which I do entitle him with to a certain branch running into the aforesaid river at the upper end of my plantation. 

Second, I give to my loving daughter Susannah Dickes all my land extending up the river from the aforesaid branch Third, Of my moveable estate,

I give and bequeath to my dear and loving wife Sarah Lankford to dispose of as she shall think proper. Fourth, That my loving son William Lankford shall have free liberty to live on the aforesaid land during his lifetime if he shall think proper. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 17th day of October in the year of our Lord 1772. Witnesses present: Joseph Cloud, Jr, John Henderson, and John Lankford.  This will was proven in 1778 in Surry Co NC
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1780 Sept: Thomas LANKFORD Stokes and Surry County, North Carolina
Revolutionary War Pension Applications

1782 Surry Co NC Bet. James and Sarah Lankford, and Joseph Ship...100 pds...100 Ac. N. side of Dan River, part of 234 ac. surveyed for Joseph Tate, deceased...

Signed: Sarah (X) Lankford and James (X) Lankford
Witness: Thomas Ship and John Lankford
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Source:  Surry County, NC Deed Book B 1782 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~langford/timeline_nc.htm
pg. 44 B:20l"29 Nov. l782 Benjamin Isbell to Thomas Ship 24 pds Specie l7 acres N. side Dan River. Joseph Cloud James Gains s/Ben Isbell SURRY COUNTY, N.C. ABSTRACTS DEED BOOKS A, B, AND C, l770-l788, by Mrs. W. O. Absher, l992
1783 March Surry Co NC Bet. James Lankford and John Deathereage...50 shillings, VA. Money...15 Ac. N bank of Dan River in Deatherages line.

Signed: James (X) Lankford


Witness: Thomas Isabell, Edwin Hickman and Thomas Lankford

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Source:  Surry County, NC Deed Book B  Mar.1783.

Joseph Peavey.

Nov 1756 in Rowan, North Carolina,. James Bryan was born Bet 1735 and 1736 in Orange, Virginia Will Book 1. Administered By Father And Brother, Joseph. Names Same Siblings As Morgan Lists In His Will., and died 18 Aug 1807 in St. Charles, Missouri Terr., Missouri, United States.

He married Rebecca Enochs Nov 1756 in Rowan, North Carolina,. She was born 1732 in Prince George, MD, and died 1768.
James Bryan

Rebecca Enochs

#1757

Years: 1757 Title Robert Johnson, Creator: Languages: Call Number: WB-A/70

Location: MARS Id: 5200.85.1302 (Folder) Other Ids: Physical Description:

Quantity: Other Copies: Related Materials: Arrangement:

Abstract:

Scope / Contents: View Abbreviated Scope / Contents Recorded Copy Reference: WB-A/70 (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 Robert Johnson, Geographical Names Rowan County

Provenance Mars Mitchell Will Index Rowan County

1757- 1778 ROBERT JOHNSON, * A-70 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume A (1757-1778) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-a-1757-1778.txt

1757- 1778 THOMAS JOHNSTON, * A-71 ROWAN COUNTY, NC - WILLS - PROBATE: Index to Testators, Volume A (1757-1778) http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rowan/wills/indexes/testators/v-a-1757-1778.txt

1757 October 17, DEED 2:215 Richard Williams to James Johnson, 137 acres adjoining Bowater Beals, Granted by Granville in May 1756. John Beals, Mordecai Mendehall.


Notes: Richard Williams

Notes: Bowater Beals

Notes; Mordecai Mendehall
Note: All of the following deeds were for the Horsepen Creek and area. That area is now present day Guilford County. From: Wirelake
Note: This Deed is in the Horsepen Creek Area.

1757 Oct. 15, Rowan County, NC, Deed book 2, pg. 217,: Patrick MULLINGS Sr. & wife Mary let Enoch Conly (both men planters of Rowan Co., NC.) have 120 acres on south side of Dan River, beginning on the south side of the river, for £10, witnessed by Avenstone Rogers, Thomas Mullin & Noble Lad & proved by the last named in Oct. 1857.



Patrick MULLINGS

The lands owned by Patrick Mullings will end up in Surry County when it formed



Avenstone Rogers

Thomas Mullin

Noble Lad

Enoch Conly

Enoch Conly, according to FHL was born about 1709 in, and had at least one daughter, Eleanor who was born about 1730 in NC.

1758 A Michael Wall died in Brunswick Co.
17 November 1757, Benjamin Deason, 93 acres in Rowan County in the Parish of St. Luke's on the South side of Dan River, joining Tates corner, the mouth of a Branch on Tates land and the various courses of said river. Witnesses: W. Churton, Griffith Rutherford. Surveyed 1 March 1754, SSC Sworn chain carriers) Beverly Watkins, James Langford, W. Churton Surveyor.
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Source:  Rowan County Abstract of Land Grants, Secretary of State Land Grants, microfilm reel S108.255, Volume 3, page 53 and Margaret M. Hofmann, abstractor, The Granville District of North Carolina, 1746-1763 Abstracts of Land Grants  (1995)
Poldi Research Note: 1754 is the year that William Lankford witnessed the Thornton will in Granville. James is found later near William in Anson County area as Sheriff. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~langford/timeline_nc.htm

Benjamin Deason

Tates corner

W. Churton,

Griffith Rutherford

Beverly Watkins,

James Langford,

W. Churton

#1758

1758 Samuel Curtis Rowan Co., NC Contact: Brenda Keck Reed BRENDREED@aol.com


Samuel Curtis Rowan Co., NC
1761 Samuel Curtis Rowan Co., NC Contact: Brenda Keck Reed BRENDREED@aol.com



As of circa 1758, Mary CURTIS her married name was Forbes. As of circa 1758,her married name was Forbes. was born circa 1740 at Frederick Co Va

She is reported to have married Robert Forbes in Rowan Co NC

Mary CURTIS



Researcher Notes: This is the granddaughter of Morgan Bran and wife Mary Strode thru their Daughter Mary Bryan anod husband Thomas Curtis who both died in 1741

Researcher Notes: Thomas Curtis died on 23 July 1741 at Orange, Virginia; Mary Curtis was appointed administratrix of his estate with Morgan and Joseph Bryan Bondsmen. The inventory of his estate was returned to the court 25 Feb 1741/42 with a total valuation of 100 pounds, 18 shillings. http://fieldgenealogy.com/p895.htm
Researcher Notes: 1741 Mary Curtiss Part of index to Orange County Wills and Administrations (1735-1800) p. 125. Accounts rec. 28 May 1748 Will Book 2, 1744-1728 (Reel 23)
Researcher Notes: The will of Mary Curtis in 1741 and the will of Morgan Bryan in 1763 both give the same list of children of Morgan. Mary names her brothers as: Joseph, Samuel, Morgan, John, William, James and Thomas and sister Ellinor Linville. Morgan lists the sons in the same order which leads me to believe that is their birth order. He also names daughter Ellinor Linville. I have seen reports of a Sarah and a Rebecca as children but can't find proof of a connection. http://genforum.genealogy.com/bryan/messages/4638.html

Researcher Notes: This is the relatived of Sarah Boone married to John McElyea whose off spring of Hiram McElyea will be found in Humphreys Co. Tn

Researcher Notes: This is the same travel Pattern of the Sevier Families married to the Matlock Families who are also married to the Ballinger Families. AS the Sevier will come out of lands of North Mountain (See Johnson and allied families of North Mountain) The Sevier, and Bryan families owned lands on North Mountain as did one Thomas Curtis aka Thomas Curtice and his wife Mary Bryan

Robert Forbes

Researcher Notes: Robert Forbis married Mary Curtis in 1761 (Morgan Bryans grand-daughter) daughter of Mary Bryan b. 1724 who married Thomas Curtis in Va.
Jonathan Forbis married Mary Bryan in 1787 dt. Of Thomas & Sarah Hunt Bryan another (Morgan
Bryan grand-daughter)
Joseph Forbis married Mary Bryan 9/13/1791 in Surry Co. NC. (could Joseph be Jonathan?)

Ellis-Forbis Cemetery earliest recorded burial in Yadkin County near Shallowford and Huntsville.

Thomas Forbes b. 1/2/1760 d. 5/13/1779
John Ellis b. 4/1/1723 d. 1/26/1753
Eliza H. Johnson b. 1736 d. 12/28/1754 age 18 years.
There are 25 unmarked graves in this cemetery. http://boards.ancestry.ca/surnames.forbis/4.37/mb.ashx

Robert Forbis

1758 ERA The following is only the last part of a very lengthy document in which John Hatcher is a testator.
Ans I was born in Rowan N Carolina and lived there when I entered the service I have lived since the revolution in Chesterfield and Kershaw SCarolina in Blount in Tennessee and now live in Sevier in the latter State

John Hatcher

Publication Number: M804


Publication Title: Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files
Publisher: NARA
State: North Carolina
Veteran Surname Starts With: W
Veteran Surname: Wells
Veteran Given Name: George
Pensioner Surname: [BLANK]
Pensioner Given Name: [BLANK]
Service: N.C.
Pension Number: R. 11,312
July 9, 1835
Footnote http://www.footnote.com

Transcribed by: Robert DeLong

Note: The following is only the last part of a very lengthy document in which John Hatcher is a testator.

Ans I was born in Rowan NCarolina and lived there when I entered the service I have lived since the revolution in Chesterfield and Kershaw SCarolina in Blount in Tennessee and now live in Sevier in the latter State

Qust 4 how were you called into the service were you drafted did you volunteer or were you a substitute

Ans The first tour I served I volunteered my past service was as a listed soldier

Qust 5 State the names of some of the regular officers who were with the troop where you served such can be ----- & ----- ----- ----- regiments as you can recollect & the general circumstances of your service

Ans Genl Green Col William ----- and Col Lee of the regulars Col Hampton Genl Marion Col Campbell & Captain Ellerbee

Qust 6 did you ever Receive a discharge from Service if so by whom was it given & what has become of it

Ans I received no discharge for the tour I served as a volunteer I received one for time I enlisted from Captain Wade which was burnt?


With my fathers home

Qust 7 State the names of persons to whom you are known in your present neighbourhood & who can testify as to your charater for


varacity & their Belief of your service as a Soldier of the revolution

Ans Revd Elijah Rogers and John Hatcher Equire

-----------------------

We here by relingeshes every claim what ever to a pension or annuity except the present and declares he that his name is not on the pension roll of any agency of any state

Sworn to and Subscribed
In open court the day
& year aforesaid.

George Walls [s/b Wells but was clearly written as Walls]


J A Miller Clerk

We Elijah Rogers and John Hatcher Residing in the County of Sevier and State of Tennessee hereby certify that we are well acquainted with George Walls who has subscribed & sworn to the above decloration that We believe him to be Seventy two years of age that he is respected and he lives in the neighbourhood where he resides to have been a soldier of the revolution & we concur in that apinion

Elijah Rogers
John Hatcher

Sworn to & Subscribed


In open Court the
Day and year a foresaid
J A Miller Clerk

And the said Court do here by declare their opinion after investigating the matter & after ----- the Interrogatories prescribed by the war department that the above named applicant was a revolutionary soldier & served as he states & he ----- further certifies that it appears to them that Elijah Rogers & John Hatcher who has signed the foregoing certificates are credible persons & that their Statements is entitled to credit.


1805 Forks of Little Pigeon Baptist Church Richard Wood, Henry Haggard, John H. Scruggs, John Hatcher

Delegates from Sevier County Churches to Tennessee Baptist Association 1803-1862, by Elaine R. Wells and Beulah S. Linn, Sevier County Historian: http://hatcherfamilyassn.com/getperson.php?personID=I24273&tree=WmTheIm


Richard Wood,

Henry Haggard,

John H. Scruggs,

John Hatcher
State of North Caroline Washington County
(copy of original)

Know all men by these presents that we John Hatcher and Jamisson Hatcher both of said County are held & firmly bound unto his Excellency the Governor for the time being and his Successors in Offices the Sum of five Hundred Pounds to which payment will and truly to be made and done we bind ourselves our heirs __ ___ and severaly firmly by these presents sealed with our seals and dated this 6th day of Jany 1790 -

The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bounden John Hatcher hath this day obtained a licence to Intermary with Eve Moris Now if there be no lawful impediment to obstruct said marriage then this obligation to be void else remain in force

Signd Seald & Delivd John Hatcher


before ------
1824
4thly At the Request of James Haggard, formerly a member of this church, Richard Wood Senr. and Henry Parrott are appointed to hold a conversation with Eve Hatcher, and to ascertain from her, whether she holds such objections against him, as would be a bar with her to his reception into the Church again

1824
according to the appointment of last meeting and reported that Eve Hatcher did have such objections against James Haggard, as would with her be a bar to his reception into the Church.

Friday before the 3rd Saturday of September 1825.
7th John Hatcher, (who had heretofore been excluded from this church, for having given to Ebenezer Leeth a certificate concerning a church record to be used by him, Leeth improperly, as the Church believed,) came forward, and made such acknowledgements, for sedaring, as was satisfactory to the Church. But because there were other complaints against him, the Church did not receive him into fellowship. See record of April meeting 1827.

State of Tennessee Jefferson County Providence Meeting house November 3rd Saturday 1826.


The arm of the Baptist Church of Christ at the Forks of Little Pigeon Sevier County, convened.

2ndly Inquired if the members were in fellowship; Answered that they were. Except Sister Eve Hatcher, who complained that she was distressed with some of her brethren. Whereupon the Church advise her to use labours with them.

December 3rd Saturday 1826.
2nd Inquired if the members were in fellowship. Answered that they were. And thereupon Sister Hatcher informed the Church that she was satisfied with the members with whom she was distressed at the last meeting.

April 3rd Saturday 1827.


3rd The Church took up the case of John Hatcher and restored him to fellowship

August the 3rd Saturday 1827.


3rd Complaint was made by sister Polly Haggard, alleging that when she was absent the church had, received into its fellowship John Hatcher when with whom it was known she had no fellowship. To this complain the Church replied: that it had received information, that the difficulties between her and John Hatcher had been removed; and that upon that supposition the Church had acted. But in as much, as it appears, that a mistake has been committed on this subject, and that it is the request of said Hatcher to be placed without the pole of the church; it is resolved that the act by which he had been received into fellowship be rescinded; and that the said Hatcher be placed in the same situation he was before his reception into the church.

October 3rd Saturday 1828.


1st Sister Mary Wood charged Polly Haggard with having disregarded an agreement which she charges to have taken place between her, sister Haggard, and sister Eve Hatcher, in the presence of Johnston Adams and Samuel Patterson, two brethren.
The Church Received the complaint and appointed Jacob Denton and George Russell to try and produce effect a reconciliation between them. And also appointed brother James Bruster and William Thornburg to request the said brethren, Adams and Patterson and sister Hatcher, also brother John Lindsey and Thomas Atchley to cite sister Polly Haggard all to attend at an early hour at our next church meeting.

The above church records show us that John and Eve were in Sevier Co by 1802. John Hatcher's name was also listed as a delegate in 1807, 1813, 1814, and 1815. http://hatcherfamilyassn.com/getperson.php?personID=I24273&tree=WmTheIm


Researchers Notes: Finding and proving the children of John and Eve has been a very challenging project.

Much of the research has centered around the estate records of John's brother, Charles, of Lawrence Co, AR.

Those records clearly identified Nancy Hatcher Taylor and Charles W Hatcher as children of John and Eve.

Son William was also identified through his children who inherited.

But even though we knew of Charles W, we had two Charles W Hatchers, both within 2-3 yrs of age, on our files, either of whom could be John's son.

One Charles W is the ancestor of Cecil Larsen, who has been an important member of our brainstorming group.

The other Charles W and family had been sitting on our file of Unconnected Hatchers for some time.

And because of the unique use of the names Charles, Riley, and Selina in various family units, we could identify a number of families who should be connected. But the question alway came back to "Why, if these are relatives of Charles, didn't they inherit


The first breakthrough in our impasse came from Heather Hooper whose ancestors were Thomas and Selina Hatcher Hooper.

She believed the 1830 Sevier Co, TN census for John and Eve showed a daughter the right age to be Selina.

Heather had also found copies of Sevier Co, TN surveyor records from the 1830s for John Sr (1839), John R (1831), and Charles W Hatcher (1839). These records proved that all three lived near each other on Gists Creek.

These records identified John R as another potential son of John and Eve.

This John R was also on our Unconnected file with 3 unnamed males and 1 female child.

Records showed that Charles W removed to Perry/ConwayCo, AR c1842-3 as did Thomas and Selina Hatcher Hooper.

But John R Hatcher could not be found in any 1840 TN census.

What was known is that these Hatchers lived very near the Spencer and Varnell families in SevierCo.

These same families were found in 1840-50 in McMinnCo, TN as was the widow Mary Hatcher with children who matched the 1830 census for John R Hatcher.

Further digging found that this Mary Hatcher was on our Unconnected file with children William C, Sabina, and John F Hatcher.

Both William and John used the middle name of Spencer in naming their children. It now seemed clear that John R's family, after his death sometime before 1840, had removed to McMinnCo, TN.

But this still does not explain why these children of John did not inherit. There is also no evidence that sons James and Harrison or their children inherited. It also does not explain our extra Charles W Hatcher, the ancestor of Cecil Larsen.

Although Charles W, son of John, did not remove to AR until about 1842, census data tells us that James Hatcher, Cecil's ancestor Charles W, and Riley Hatcher removed to Indiana. By 1840 James, Charles W, and Riley are all found in IN, Putnam, Clinton, and Owen counties respectively.

The 1860 PolkCo, IA census identifies Charles as C W, thus establishing his middle initial. The 1880 PolkCo, IA census proves that Charles and Riley were brothers, with Riley and his wife living with Charles. It is also known that both James and Charles W appeared in IA at almost the same time.

Since the birth dates of brothers Charles W and Riley make it near impossible to be sons of James, and they aren't sons of John and Eve, who could they be? A close look at eldest son William appears to provide the answer. William married Sally Frazier in 1812. Known children by Sally from Charles' estate records are Margaret bn c1822 and John Delaney bn 1825. Charles W was bn 1813 and Riley was bn 1816, fitting nicely in the gap between 1812 and 1822 when Margaret was born. It is now known that William and Sally divorced with William removing to Cape GirardeauCo, MO and Sally and the children moved to Indiana with brother-in-law James Hatcher.

We know, too, that Harrison removed to MO with William. Yet none of his children inherited while children of William did. But Harrison died in 1851 and records indicate that shortly after his death, several of his children removed to RandolphCo, IL, possibly even before Charles died.

Now to answer the question of why so many of these eligible (and now proven) heirs of Charles did not inherit. I believe the answer lies in where they lived and what they would inherit.

The estate records show us that Charles' living siblings inherited $613 ($6600 today); nieces and nephews inherited $204 ($2200 today), and grand nieces and nephews inherited $22 ($240 today). Those grand nieces and nephews who inherited all lived in either LawrenceCo, AR or nearby Cape GirardeauCo, MO. This would not be a major trip for them. But the children (all grand nieces and nephews) of Harrison, James, John R, Charles W and Riley of Indiana were living a minimum of 100 miles and in most cases much further away. The expense and time involved in making a very long wagon/horse trip to LawrenceCo, AR and then to return home may well have cost more than they would have inherited. This also is assuming they could be contacted. It would be reasonable to assume that the Arkansas court, in attempting to notify/find potential heirs, used the local and larger state newspapers. Someone living in states distant would likely never see these newspapers.



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