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1  TILLEY, Stephen (I1567)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1580)
 
3  HEMPHILL, Sarah Malinda (I1802)
 
4  HEMPHILL, Kate Young (I2462)
 
5  LONG, Moses (I4119)
 
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The two Margaret Dellingers who married Whitener brothers:
Paul Dellinger places Margaret Dellinger as the daughter of John Dellinger and Barbara Fisher. However according to Ann Dellinger the Margaret Dellinger who is the daughter of John and Barbara Dellinger married Johannes W. Whitener, who is the brother of George D. Whitener.

Margaret, daughter of Henry and Katherine (Setzer) Dellinger, is identified as the wife of George D. Whitener in 1892 newspaper articles on the descendants of John and Barbara (Whitener) Dellinger and in the writings of other members of the Whitener family. Margaret was born on 18 June 1807. She was the daughter of George Heinrich "Henry" Dellinger and Katherine Setzer. She married George D. Whitener at Lincoln Co., North Carolina, on 23 September 1824. Margaret died on 2 November 1848 at age 41. Her body was interred in November 1848 at Catawba Co., North Carolina, at Weidner-Robinson Cemetery. -> Argother.net 
DELLINGER, Margaret (I1540)
 
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Henry Weidner Summary
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=f45693d6-2036-4e10-930e-95312c64d315&tid=3721570&pid=-1690592699

The Wrestling Match
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=6b1fe1e3-c6f3-4920-9cba-bd79f54e0303&tid=3721570&pid=-1690592699

Henry Weidner Memorial Service Programme Excerpt
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=c09ea66b-091c-4552-9704-c6350d924f93&tid=3721570&pid=-1690592699 
WEIDNER, George Heinrich (I1679)
 
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Kings Mountain
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=bc208b1c-c04b-4c09-bf81-349971f5f0f7&tid=3721570&pid=-1688185345 
WHITENER, Daniel D (I1747)
 
9


Research Note: She has someone with the surname "Allison" living in her household in both the 1850 and 1860 censuses. Could Allison be her mother's maiden name? 
MANN, Elizabeth (I1578)
 
10

"H. E. FOUTS, dtd 1892, p. 137
Sons: James, B. F., R. C. Daus: Mary Coxie, Elizabeth O'Neal, Sarah Kendrick, Emaline Bray,
M. E. Poteet. Wits: J. M. Dowthit, J. H. Dowthit, P. Baxter."
Murray Co. WB 2 (1872 1922)

"H. E. FOUTS, dtd 1892, p. 137
Sons: James, B. F., R. C. Daus: Mary Coxie, Elizabeth O'Neal, Sarah Kendrick, Emaline Bray,
M. E. Poteet. Wits: J. M. Dowthit, J. H. Dowthit, P. Baxter."
Murray Co. WB 2 (1872 1922)

"H. E. FOUTS, dtd 1892, p. 137
Sons: James, B. F., R. C. Daus: Mary Coxie, Elizabeth O'Neal, Sarah Kendrick, Emaline Bray,
M. E. Poteet. Wits: J. M. Dowthit, J. H. Dowthit, P. Baxter." 
FOUTS, Sarah E. (I358)
 
11

12 Jun 1866; Murray, GA -> TN death index
1866, TN -> 1870 census 
CHABLE, Andrew Alphonse (I2663)
 
12

3 May 1755 -> Maud Horn's Atchley Family 
ATCHLEY, Thomas (I1639)
 
13

Analysis of a Death Certificate: Cordeale Caylor 
Family F944
 
14

Treasure Chest Thursday: Greenlee-Hemphill Marriage 
Family F561
 
15

Newton C. Ward Household in 1930 
WARD, Newton Coleman (I1554)
 
16

Newton C. Ward Household in 1930 
JOHNSON, Rachel Louisa (I1555)
 
17

Newton C. Ward Household in 1930 
WARD, Ruby Lee (I1851)
 
18

Newton C. Ward Household in 1930 
WARD, William Worth (I1852)
 
19

Newton C. Ward Household in 1930 
WARD, Ellaree (I1853)
 
20

Newton C. Ward Household in 1930 
WARD, Bondell (I1854)
 
21

Newton C. Ward Household in 1930 
WARD, Thelma (I1861)
 
22

Newton C. Ward Household in 1930 
WARD, Pearl (I1862)
 
23

Pedigree Analysis: Start With What You Know

Reviewing Old Records Pays Off 
BAXTER, Barbara Elizabeth (I1657)
 
24

Jim Butler’s Military Service 
BUTLER, James Benjamin (I1521)
 
25

Death Certificate of Francis Marion Kendrick (1844-1932) 
KENDRICK, Francis Marion (I1769)
 
26

Wordless Wednesday: Mary Elizabeth McEntire Hemphill 
MCENTIRE, Mary Elizabeth (I1599)
 
27

Connection to parents:
Joseph Patterson's 1820 household included four children. 
PATTERSON, Son #1 of Joseph (I3352)
 
28

Connection to parents:He appeared in household with Thomas and Mahala Kindrick -> 1850 census]] 
KENDRICK, Francis Marion (I1769)
 
29

The two Margaret Dellingers who married Whitener brothers:
Paul Dellinger places Margaret Dellinger as the daughter of John Dellinger and Barbara Fisher. However according to Ann Dellinger the Margaret Dellinger who is the daughter of John and Barbara Dellinger married Johannes W. Whitener, who is the brother of George D. Whitener.

Margaret, daughter of Henry and Katherine (Setzer) Dellinger, is identified as the wife of George D. Whitener in 1892 newspaper articles on the descendants of John and Barbara (Whitener) Dellinger and in the writings of other members of the Whitener family. Margaret was born on 18 June 1807. She was the daughter of George Heinrich "Henry" Dellinger and Katherine Setzer. She married George D. Whitener at Lincoln Co., North Carolina, on 23 September 1824. Margaret died on 2 November 1848 at age 41. Her body was interred in November 1848 at Catawba Co., North Carolina, at Weidner-Robinson Cemetery. -> Argother.net 
DELLINGER, Margaret E. (I218)
 
30

Connection to parents:
"Thomas Hemphill, the younger and principle devisee was married to the granddaughter of [Robert Logan's]] old friend Burgin. . ." -> Captain Thomas Hemphill's will 
BURGIN, Malinda (I1543)
 
31

Connection to parents:
Joseph Patterson's 1820 household included 4 children. 
PATTERSON, Son #2 of Joseph (I3353)
 
32

http://blueandgrayancestors.blogspot.com/2012/09/cherokee-davis-guards-company-b-alabama.html 
DANIEL, John McEntire (I4161)
 
33

http://blueandgrayancestors.blogspot.com/2012/09/cherokee-davis-guards-company-b-alabama.html 
DANIEL, James Hemphill (I4164)
 
34

http://blueandgrayancestors.blogspot.com/2012/09/cherokee-davis-guards-company-b-alabama.html 
DANIEL, William Graves (I4165)
 
35

J. Y. was appointed by the Grand Jury to Murray County's first Board of Education. Date:06 Feb 1877 Place: , Murray, Georgia, USA

http://www.toniasroots.net/2011/01/15/ahnentafel-roulette/ 
HEMPHILL, James Young (I1548)
 
36

p. 8 & 10 Benjamin Burgin was born Nov. 30, 1741 and christened on Dec. 25, 1741. A transcript of Shrewsbury Parish records mistakenly lists birthdate as Dec. 25. Only in the original copies do you find the correct date of birth and christening. -> www.theburginfamily.org 
BURGIN, Benjamin (I1582)
 
37

Research note: look for the will 
BURGIN, Major Benjamin (I2308)
 
38

Will was written on 08 Aug 1784 and probated 04 May 1786. 
HEMPHILL, Anna (I1984)
 
39
"Mrs. J. A. Hemphill gave a family reunion at her home Sunday, her eight children all being present. At the noon hour dinner was spread buffet style. The afternoon was spent in chatting, picture making and the men folks enjoyed pitching horse shoes." 
ROBERTS, Nancy Alice (I1547)
 
40
 
BAXTER, Mary Jane (I2678)
 
41
Name:
Beatrice Hemphill -> SSDI
M. Beatrice Hemphill -> 1940 census

Connection to parents:
*She is reported as Mattie's daughter on the 1930 census. 
HEMPHILL, Beatrice Myrtie (I1511)
 
42
Birth place: Tennessee
Residence date: 1860
Residence place: District 1, Bradley, Tennessee 
LAWSON, Russell (I141)
 
43 "#2627 George Debord, warrant dated 21 Dec 1761 to Thomas Person to survey 700 acres in Granville Co on the branch of Lynches Creek, joining Jones and Hawkins lines, document is not signed, back of document reads granted 1 Aug 1762."

Agency:Miscellaneous Land Office Papers - NC State Archives p. 236 
DEBORD, George (I1739)
 
44 "'The Rowan county, North Carolina, Abstract of Court Minutes 1753-1795' by McCubbins (page 430) shows that on May 9, 1787, Susannah Hemphill was elected Guardian by John and William Hemphill (they) being of lawful age, that she was appointed by the Court as Guardian of Samuel Hemphill, and she gave bond with Abel Armstrong and Thomas Dickey, Securities, in the sum of 300 pounds." PATTON, Susannah (I1837)
 
45 "1 October 1752
To Henry Witner 2 sh 5d"

from John Ramsour's "Memberantom Book [diary]," published in the Letters of John Rust Eaton, p. 59 
WEIDNER, George Heinrich (I1679)
 
46 "10-2-1909, Braxton Ga." -> The Heritage of Bradley County PARSONS, Ina Lewis (I3762)
 
47 "12-6-1889" -> The Heritage of Bradley County HOWELL, Deed Forrest (I780)
 
48 "2-18-1959" -> The Heritage of Bradley County ROBERTS, William Lafayette (I1870)
 
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3764)
 
50 "4-18-1940" -> The Heritage of Bradley County TOWNSEND, Doshia Amanda (I778)
 
51 "4-28-1956" -> The Heritage of Bradley County Family F540
 
52 "5 Sept 1821: (Present) Wm. D. Martin, Levi Lowery, Joseph Hampton: 'Saml. Mackie came into open court and makes oatch that in the years 1788/89, his brother Wm. Mackie as well as himself, lived with their father, Thomas Mackie in Wilkes now Madison Co. Ga.'"

Source: Ga. Archv: Inferior Court Mins. Jackson Co. GA 
MACKIE, Thomas (I1836)
 
53 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3765)
 
54 "5-6-1907 . . . died young" -> The Heritage of Bradley County COFFEY, Namon (I3763)
 
55 "6-20-1943" -> The Heritage of Bradley County Family F541
 
56 "7-1-1951" -> The Heritage of Bradley County SWANN, Benjamin Wiley (I781)
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1111)
 
58 "a 1922 letter from Ed Anderson (Grandson of Jesse Stroud) to John G. Stroud (grandson of William Stroud) stated that their grandfathers (Jesse and William) were brothers to Peter Stroud Jr and that all were sons of Peter Stroud Sr. We can only assume that Ed Anderson had personal family knowledge since he was not very far removed from that generation." STROUD, Jesse (I646)
 
59 "a 1922 letter from Ed Anderson (Grandson of Jesse Stroud) to John G. Stroud (grandson of William Stroud) stated that their grandfathers (Jesse and William) were brothers to Peter Stroud Jr and that all were sons of Peter Stroud Sr. We can only assume that Ed Anderson had personal family knowledge since he was not very far removed from that generation." STROUD, William (I647)
 
60 "a 1922 letter from Ed Anderson (Grandson of Jesse Stroud) to John G. Stroud (grandson of William Stroud) stated that their grandfathers (Jesse and William) were brothers to Peter Stroud Jr and that all were sons of Peter Stroud Sr. We can only assume that Ed Anderson had personal family knowledge since he was not very far removed from that generation." STROUD, Peter (I1571)
 
61 "A court record in 1768 also reveals that 'William Allin, Molatto Boy, ran away from his master is therefore to serve him James Hemphill four and a half months longer than his indenture called for.'" HEMPHILL, James (I1838)
 
62 "a native of Pennsylvania" -> Asheville and Buncombe County ALEXANDER, John (I1609)
 
63 "About the time of the close of the war between the states he moved with his family to Hendersonville, North Carolina, but shortly afterward in 1865, he came with his family to Spartanburg, South Carolina, where he passed the remainder of his life." -> History of South Carolina BURNETT, Rev. Jackson Smith (I3077)
 
64 "About the time of the close of the war between the states [Rev. Jackson Smith Burnett] moved with his family to Hendersonville, North Carolina, but shortly afterward in 1865, he came with his family to Spartanburg, South Carolina, where he passed the remainder of his life." -> History of South Carolina ALEXANDER, Eliza (I3076)
 
65 "Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County, North Carolina ? October 1755-January 1779, Vol. I ? 20 February 1765, Ordered on motion of P. Ballard, attorney for Susannah Lawson, widow of Bartholomew Lawson, late of this county, that she have letters of administration on his estate, securities: Thomas Collins and John Overton, bond: 500 pounds, proc., she then qualifying.

James Muse was ordered to return to said Susannah Lawson 2 negroes that he had taken from her unlawfully." 
SIMPKINS, Susanna (I154)
 
66 "Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County, North Carolina ? October 1755-January 1779, Vol. I ? 20 February 1765, Ordered on motion of P. Ballard, attorney for Susannah Lawson, widow of Bartholomew Lawson, late of this county, that she have letters of administration on his estate, securities: Thomas Collins and John Overton, bond: 500 pounds, proc., she then qualifying." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
67 "Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County, North Carolina ? October 1755-January 1779, Vol. I ? 21 May 1765, Bartholomew Lawson?s administratrix returned inventory and to have liberty to sell the perishable estate of the deceased sufficient to pay debts of deceased." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
68 "Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County, North Carolina ? October 1755-January 1779, Vol. I ? 21 May 1765, Bartholomew Lawson?s administratrix returned inventory and to have liberty to sell the perishable estate of the deceased sufficient to pay debts of deceased." SIMPKINS, Susanna (I154)
 
69 "Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County, North Carolina ? October 1755-January 1779, Vol. I ? 23 August 1765, Ordered last court that sheriff sell as much of the estate of Bartholomew Lawson as would be sufficient to satisfy all debts due by the deceased, the sheriff by mistake sold the whole estate amounting to 254 pound, 11 shillings and 4 pence, proc., the widow and administratrix being dissatisfied with the sale and the several persons who became purchasers at the sale being willing to restore said goods, the widow ordered to receive the goods and return all bonds to purchasers and to appear at next court." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
70 "Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County, North Carolina ? October 1755-January 1779, Vol. I ? 23 August 1765, Ordered last court that sheriff sell as much of the estate of Bartholomew Lawson as would be sufficient to satisfy all debts due by the deceased, the sheriff by mistake sold the whole estate amounting to 254 pound, 11 shillings and 4 pence, proc., the widow and administratrix being dissatisfied with the sale and the several persons who became purchasers at the sale being willing to restore said goods, the widow ordered to receive the goods and return all bonds to purchasers and to appear at next court." SIMPKINS, Susanna (I154)
 
71 "ABSTRACTS OF THE MINUTES OF COURT, P&Q, ROWAN COUNTY, NC (1753-1762) by JO WHITE LIN, SALISBURY, NC.
(Apr 17, 1759) Ordered P Cur (i.e.by the court) that Leiah Man, orphan of John Man, decd, br bound unto George Davidson until the sd orphan arrive at the age of eighteen years, she being now adjudged five years old and sd Davidson to give the child a young cow at her freedom besides what the Law allows and to comply with an Act of Assembly in such cases concerning the binding out orphans to learn her to read and write with consl. speed." ->Edmundson & Related Families

"Under the legal customs of the time, orphans were bound out as apprentices or indentured servants -- boys until their twenty-first birthday, girls until their eighteenth.The terminology of the indenture order for Leah Mann, dated April 17, 1759 would indicate that Leah's mother was also deceased at the time of the indenture, otherwise the court would not have had to "adjudge" Leah's age. She was adjudged to be five years of age at the time. Leah was raised as a member of the George Davidson family, a prominent family on the North Carolina frontier. If she was five years of age in 1759, she would have turned eighteen and been released from her indenture in 1772, probably not long before her marriage to Ben." -> Burgin Family.org

Research note: Which George Davidson is this? 
MANN, Leah (I1581)
 
72 "Achey" Lankford (13) appeared in the household of William West (36) as his brother-in-law. He worked on the farm. He had attended school during the year, but could not read or write. He was born in Tennessee, his father in Georgia, and his mother in North Caroina. The household included Leaty C. (30), Catherine (12), James M. (10), John B. (7), Mary (6), William M. (4), and Jessie (10/12).

Leaty and Ashley's parents appeared further up the page. 
LANKFORD, Wyatt H. (I372)
 
73 "After Dock's discharge, he returned to Murray County, Georgia." WHITENER, William Adolphus (I1463)
 
74 "After his death, his land was sold at public auction and the money was appropriated to his heirs, but it appears that only Newt, William, and Martha actually received their shares." LANKFORD, David N. (I2623)
 
75 "After the death of his wife Martha, Samuel married Elizabeth (Vance) Davidson, widow of his brother William Mitchell Davidson." -> Heritage of Old Buncombe

*His will, dated 9 May 1858, names his "present wife, Elizabeth." -> "Samuel Winslow and Martha McRee Davidson" 
Family F1396
 
76 "After the War, he moved to Rowan County and probably, later in life, came into Old Buncombe County with his children Rhoda Alexander and his son George Cunningham." -> Heritage of Old Buncombe County CUNNINGHAM, Humphrey (I1607)
 
77 "After the War, he moved to Rowan County and probably, later in life, came into Old Buncombe County with his children Rhoda Alexander and his son George Cunningham." -> Old Buncombe Heritage CUNNINGHAM, Rhoda (I1604)
 
78 "After the War, he moved to Rowan County and probably, later in life, came into Old Buncombe County with his children Rhoda Alexander and his son George Cunningham." -> Old Buncombe Heritage CUNNINGHAM, George (I4167)
 
79 "After the war, he moved to Texas where he died in 1912." -> Confederate Voices O'NEAL, Richard Madison (I2601)
 
80 "After the War, [Humphrey] moved to Rowan County and probably, later in life, came into Old Buncombe County with his children Rhoda Alexander and his son George Cunningham." -> Heritage of Old Buncombe SUMMERVILLE, Rhoda Ervin (I1606)
 
81 "After [the Revolutionary War], Major William Davidson removed with some relatives and friends to the mouth of Bee Tree Creek of Swannanoa River, then in Burke County, but now in Buncombe County, where, in 1784-1785, they formed the famous 'Swannanoa Settlement' and where he resided for the remainder of his life and died and is buried." DAVIDSON, Major William (I2321)
 
82 "Alberta A. Roberts" appeared on the 1910 census in the Bull Pen community of Murray County, Georgia. She appeared in the household of her father, Martin L. Roberts, along with her mother, "Rosie E." ROBERTS, Alberta (I2016)
 
83 "Allice" (33) appeared in the household of James (31) as his wife. They had been married 12 years. She was the mother of 5 children all of whom were living. She and both parents were born in Georgia. The household included Blanche (11), Edna (10), James (8), Martin (6), and Walter (4). The family lived on a farm, which they owned, free. ROBERTS, Nancy Alice (I1547)
 
84 "Although he was already gone from there, Peter Stroud was mentioned in an Orange County deed dated 10 Dec 1792 where Benjamin Caldwell of Chatham County sold land to Titus Attwater also of Chatham. The land was described as being in Orange County, on Terrells Creek, bordering the Chatham County line, and bordering Peter Stroud on the west and north. This shows that Peter's land had been right on or near the county line. (Orange Co, NC Deed Book 10 page 174)." STROUD, Peter (I2150)
 
85 "Andrew Hemppell b 28 Aug 1813"
26 Aug 1813 -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 597 
MACKIE, Andrew Hemphill (I1432)
 
86 "Anie Foster" (77) appeared as head of household. She was born Feb 1823. She and both parents were born in Georgia. She was a widow, who had been married 57 years, and the mother of ten children, nine of whom were still living. She owned her home and lived alone.

Her daughter, Mary, lived next door and her son, James appeared three households down. 
CARNES, Anna (I1654)
 
87 "Anney" (59) appeared in the household of Coleman Forester (62) as his wife. Her occupation was keeping house. She was illiterate. She and both parents were born in Georgia. The household included Newton (22) and Mary L. (16).

Fannin County Forresters – 1880 
CARNES, Anna (I1654)
 
88 "Anny" (28) was enumerated in the household of Coleman "Forister" (32). The household includes Jesse (7), James (5), Eliza (4), Nancy (2), and Martha Carnes (17). CARNES, Anna (I1654)
 
89 "Articles of Agreement dated 12 Feb 1776, Deed Book "F",pg. 517, name wife Maria Barbara and children. This shows he was living in 1776. The 1783 Tax Rolls shows sons owned land he had willed to them." DELLINGER, Jacob (I1377)
 
90 "At the period of the Revolution, the family was in Burke County, North Carolina." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 592 MACKIE, John (I87)
 
91 "At the period of the Revolution, the family was in Burke County, North Carolina." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 592 MACKIE, Rachel (I88)
 
92 "At the period of the Revolution, the family was in Burke County, North Carolina." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 592 MACKIE, William (I89)
 
93 "At the period of the Revolution, the family was in Burke County, North Carolina." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 592 MACKIE, Rosannah (I90)
 
94 "At the period of the Revolution, the family was in Burke County, North Carolina." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 592 MACKIE, Martha (I91)
 
95 "At the period of the Revolution, the family was in Burke County, North Carolina." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 592 MCINTYRE, Rosannah (I1835)
 
96 "At the period of the Revolution, the family was in Burke County, North Carolina." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 592 MACKIE, Thomas (I1836)
 
97 "At the period of the Revolution, the family was in Burke County, North Carolina." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 592 MACKIE, Samuel (I1985)
 
98 "At the time of James and John Burk's enlistment, they were living on the Yadkin River in Wilkes County NC [L. Tate's note - Wilkes was formed from Surry County and District of Washington in 1777]. BURK, James (I2452)
 
99 "At the time of James and John Burk's enlistment, they were living on the Yadking River in Wilkes County NC [L. Tate's note - Wilkes was formed from Surry County and District of Washington in 1777]. . .James states [my note - in his pension app] that he 'remained with the family' following his father's death until 1779 when they 'removed to the West. . .'" BURK, John (I1140)
 
100 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1211
 
101 "Avery Pollian Whitener" lived in Cisco, Murray, Georgia. He was 41 years old and was born 14 Oct 1876. His wife, Druse Whitener, was his nearest relative. WHITENER, Avery Pollian (I1770)
 
102 "B. L. Burgin" (30) appeared on the 1850 census in McDowell County, NC as head of household. He was a farmer, but owned no real estate. He was born in North Carolina. The household included Jane C. (28), Margaret E. (9), Sarah J. (7), Eliza A. (5), and Martha C. (2). BURGIN, Benjamin Logan (I1453)
 
103 "Barba" (66) appeared in the household of F. M. Kendrick (75) as his wife. She could not read and write. Her birthplace and both her parents' was reported as Tennessee. The household also includes their daughter, "Icy Sharp" (29). BAXTER, Barbara Elizabeth (I1657)
 
104 "Barbary Dellinger" was enumerated as head of household. Her age is given as 75. She is the only household member. Her real estate is valued at 200. FISHER, Barbara (I217)
 
105 "Barbary Dillinger" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one free white male 16 to 25 (?), two free white males 26 to 45 (?,?), one free white female 16 to 25 (Mary or Barbara), and one free white female 45+ (Barbara Fisher). FISHER, Barbara (I217)
 
106 "Barlly Lawso[n]" appeared on the Tithes for 1752 Lunenburg County, Virginia in William Caldwell's District (1 tithe). Jonas Lawson (1 tithe) and John Simpkins (3 tithes) also appeared. LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
107 "Bedford County, Virginia Order Book, 1761-1762 ? Order Book 2, page 60, 28 July 1762, Idem vs. Bar Lawson, Idem vs. Wm. Lawson, Idem vs. Lawson, Hartee vs. Lawson. No details were given on the case except it shows a judgment was given in the case of Idem vs. Lawson." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
108 "Bedford County, Virginia Order Book, 1761-1762 ? Order Book 2, page 68, 25 August 1762, Idem vs. Bartlet Lawson, Idem vs. Jonas Lawson, Idem vs. Wm. Lawson, Idem vs. Lawson. Judgment was given in Bartlet and Jonas? cases but nothing shown in William and John?s cases." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
109 "Bedford County, Virginia, Insolvents List 1762 - William Lawson (run away), John Lawson, John Lawson, Jr., David Lawson, Jonas Lawson all owed 5 lbs. tobacco, Bartlett Lawson owed 10 lbs. tobacco. Found in 'Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly,' Vol. XXIII, number 3, (1 August 1985) page 72." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
110 "Ben Burgin" was enumerated as head of household and one of two white males 16 years+. The other is John (16). The household also includes 1 white female (Leah) and 6 white males under 16 (James 13, Ben Jr. 11, Robert 9, Merritt 6, 2 unidentified). BURGIN, Benjamin (I1582)
 
111 "Ben Burgin" was enumerated as head of household and one of two white males 16 years+. The other is John (16). The household also includes 1 white female (Leah) and 6 white males under 16 (James 13, Ben Jr. 11, Robert 9, Merritt 6, 2 unidentified). BURGIN, John (I1579)
 
112 "Ben Burgin" was enumerated as head of household and one of two white males 16 years+. The other is John (16). The household also includes 1 white female (Leah) and 6 white males under 16 (James 13, Ben Jr. 11, Robert 9, Merritt 6, 2 unidentified). MANN, Leah (I1581)
 
113 "Ben was active in local, civic and political affairs. A search of the minutes of Burke County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions show that Ben served as Deputy Sheriff in 1789, Clerk of the Court in 1793, JP in 1794 and 1795. In the October Session of 1796, Ben and Joseph Young, Esquires were judges of the Upper Election for Elector, and Ben Adams and James Fallon were appointed clerks to said election."

Said judges participated in the selection of members of the electoral college which elected the second president of the United States, John Adams. 
BURGIN, Benjamin (I1582)
 
114 "Benj'n" Burgin (70) appeared on the 1850 census as head of household. He was a farmer, with real estate valued at $4,050 (compared to a neighborhood average of $1,587). The only other person in his household was his wife, Elizabeth (68). BURGIN, Major Benjamin (I2308)
 
115 "Benjamin Borgen" was enumerated as head of household and one of two males 45 and over. The household includes 1 female 45 and over (Leah 56), 1 male under 10 (Alney 3), 2 males 10 to 15 (Daniel ? and Merritt, 15 or 16), 2 males 16 to 25 (James 23 and Ben Jr 21), 3 females under 10 (Martha 7, Leah 6, Rebecca 1) and seven slaves. BURGIN, Benjamin (I1582)
 
116 "Benjamin Borgen" was enumerated as head of household and one of two males 45 and over. The household includes 1 female 45 and over (Leah 56), 1 male under 10 (Alney 3), 2 males 10 to 15 (Daniel ? and Merritt, 15 or 16), 2 males 16 to 25 (James 23 and Ben Jr 21), 3 females under 10 (Martha 7, Leah 6, Rebecca 1) and seven slaves. MANN, Leah (I1581)
 
117 "Benjamin Harris sold 60 acres to Peter Stroud. I don't know if this was Peter Sr or Jr. The deed was proven by Thomas Green in July 1809 Court. (From "Burke Co, NC Deeds Registered 1804-1813" by Kathy Gunter Sullivan, 1995)" STROUD, Peter (I1571)
 
118 "Benjamin Harris sold 60 acres to Peter Stroud. I don't know if this was Peter Sr or Jr. The deed was proven by Thomas Green in July 1809 Court. (From "Burke Co, NC Deeds Registered 1804-1813" by Kathy Gunter Sullivan, 1995)" STROUD, Peter (I2150)
 
119 "Benjamin married a Miss Harris of Petersburg, Va., and settled near Lower Creek church, and died there." POWELL, Benjamin (I2249)
 
120 "Benjamin married a Miss Harris of Petersburg, Va., and settled near Lower Creek church, and died there." HARRIS, Nancy (I3301)
 
121 "Born N. C. April 8, 1862[sic]. During and following the American Revolution he lived in that part of Burke County which later became a part of Lincoln County and then Catawba County." WILFONG, John (I2301)
 
122 "Bradly Hallford" (54) appeared as head of household. He was a farmer. He was born in Georgia and both parents were born in North Carolina. The household included [his second wife] Sarah (44), Nancy C. (32), Elizabeth H. (28), Mary [Patterson] (14), James W. (13), Jackson [Patterson] (12), and Sarah A. (8). HALLFORD, Bradley (I1084)
 
123 "Bular" (10) appeared in the household of William Whitener (44) as his daughter. She was born Jul 1889. She and both parents were born in Georgia. She was at school. The household included Mary (34), Avery (23), Maud (13), "Lula" (8), John A. (7), and "Due Ric" (1). The family lived on a farm, which was rented. WHITENER, Beulah Beatrice (I1771)
 
124 "Burk is charged with disturbing divine service, and the case is brought to Augusta County Court several times from which he is absent. Finally, it is settled by paying one pound to the Sheriff for Burk?s fine in 1755, almost eight years later." BURK, James (I2336)
 
125 "Burke moved with his family into the Garden in 1754. . .and in the fall of 1755 was driven out on account of fear of Indians." BURK, James (I2336)
 
126 "by 1863 [they] were living in Whitfield County, Georgia." -> The Heritage of Bradley County ROBERTS, Monteville (I1628)
 
127 "by 1863 [they] were living in Whitfield County, Georgia." -> The Heritage of Bradley County LANGSTON, Mariah M. (I1629)
 
128 "by 1863 [they] were living in Whitfield County, Georgia." -> The Heritage of Bradley County ROBERTS, George Washington (I1877)
 
129 "By the 1800 Census, Daniel Smith was listed as the head of a household consisting of two males under the age of ten (sons John L. Smith and Daniel Smith, Jr.), two males ages 10-16 (sons William Davidson Smith and James McConnell Smith), two males ages 26-45 (Daniel himself and one unknown), three females under ten (daughters Mary “Polly” Smith and Nancy Smith, plus one unknown), one female 10 to 16 (daughter Elizabeth “Betsy” Smith), one female 26-45 (wife, Nancy Davidson Smith), and one slave." -> "Early Settlement of Buncombe County" DAVIDSON, Mary McConnell (I3089)
 
130 "By the 1800 Census, Daniel Smith was listed as the head of a household consisting of two males under the age of ten (sons John L. Smith and Daniel Smith, Jr.), two males ages 10-16 (sons William Davidson Smith and James McConnell Smith), two males ages 26-45 (Daniel himself and one unknown), three females under ten (daughters Mary “Polly” Smith and Nancy Smith, plus one unknown), one female 10 to 16 (daughter Elizabeth “Betsy” Smith), one female 26-45 (wife, Nancy Davidson Smith), and one slave." -> "Early Settlement of Buncombe County" SMITH, Colonel Daniel (I3090)
 
131 "C.B. Tucker age 59 years 6 months farmer born North Carolina is listed on the roll of the 43rd Senatorial District Georgia Militia #984 (Tucker's) - Murray County, as required by the Act of 14th December 1863 for reorganizing the militia of the State of Georgia." TUCKER, Churchwill Branch (I2018)
 
132 "Captain Thomas Lytle entered military service in Rowan Co., N. C. in 1776 serving under Colonel Christopher Beekman. Captain Lytle commanded a company of troops in the Cross Creek Expedition against the Scotch Tories in March, 1776. This expedition was the sequel to the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge which occurred several weeks earlier, in February, 1776.

In the summer of 1776, Lytle commanded a company of men in Rutherford's Cherokee Expedition. This campaign was in the late summer and fall of 1776 directed against the Overhills Cherokees.

After return to Burke County, Lytle took command of the western Catawba frontier forts at Fort Cathey, Fort Davidson, and Fort Wofford." 
LYTLE, Captain Thomas (I1591)
 
133 "Cemetery - Family believes this to be Amos & Elizabeth Ann JOHNSON. The dates [22 Oct 1858 as death date for Amos] are believed to be incorrect as 1860 census shows Amos still alive with Elizabeth and several children. He is the father of James Robert Johnson, James W. Johnson, & Mary Melissa Johnson Stover who are buried here. His son, Reuben P. Johnson, is buried at Friendship Primitive Baptist Church, (Stockhill Cemetery) a few miles from Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church." -> Johnsons and Woodys website JOHNSON, Amos (I1561)
 
134 "Charles and his family emigrated to Gilmer County, Georgia (now Fannin County) in 1850." Facets of Fannin, p. 325 BROWN, Elizabeth (I3208)
 
135 "Charles and his family emigrated to Gilmer County, Georgia (now Fannin County) in 1850." Facets of Fannin, p. 325 GERMAN, Charles Jr. (I3209)
 
136 "Clara F. Kindrick" (18) is enumerated in her father's household. She has been married two years, but her husband, "Dolphus" is enumerated in his father's household. FOUTS, Clara (I1198)
 
137 "Cpl., Capt. M. Cox, Col. Wm.Turk, 29th Regt. Ga. Inft. removal Cherokee Indians. Volunteered in Franklin Co. Ga. 12 May 1838 for term of 3 mos.; dischg'd in Cass Co. 22 Jun 1838. Received Bty. Ld. Wt. No. 180 for 40a. which he has legally disposed of and makes application for additional Bty. Ld. Andw. H. Mackie/S/
(File 835-138, Natl. Archv.)" -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 598 
MACKIE, Andrew Hemphill (I1432)
 
138 "D. S. Butter" (65) appeared as head of household. The family lived on a farm, which they owned free. He and both parents were born in Georgia. He was a self-employed, general farmer. The household included Jossie (59), Will (29, Lula (25), Annie (18), Frank (16), and Olen (14). BUTLER, David Sanford (I1525)
 
139 "Daniel Whitener Sen" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes a male under five and a male aaged 70 to 80 (Daniel). The household also includes 4 male slaves under 10, 2 male slaves 10 to 24, 1 male slave 24 to 35, 1 male slave 36 to 54, 2 female slaves under 10, and 2 female slaves 10 to 23. WHITENER, Daniel (I1675)
 
140 "Daniel Whitner" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under 10 (Henry), one male 10 to 15 (Daniel D), one male 16 to 25 (John), one male 45+ (Daniel), three females under 10 (Rachel, Sarah, Catherine), two females 10 to 15 (Mary, Elizabeth), and one female 26 to 44 (Mary Wilfong). There were also 10 slaves. WHITENER, Daniel (I1675)
 
141 "Daniel Whitner" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under 10 (Henry), one male 10 to 15 (Daniel D), one male 16 to 25 (John), one male 45+ (Daniel), three females under 10 (Rachel, Sarah, Catherine), two females 10 to 15 (Mary, Elizabeth), and one female 26 to 44 (Mary Wilfong). There were also 10 slaves. WHITENER, John (Johannes) D. Wilfong (I1541)
 
142 "Daniel Whitner" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under 10 (Henry), one male 10 to 15 (Daniel D), one male 16 to 25 (John), one male 45+ (Daniel), three females under 10 (Rachel, Sarah, Catherine), two females 10 to 15 (Mary, Elizabeth), and one female 26 to 44 (Mary Wilfong). There were also 10 slaves. WILFONG, Mary Elizabeth (I1674)
 
143 "Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 16+ (Daniel), three males under 16 (John, 6; Daniel D, 2; ?), three females (Mary Wilfong 25; Elizabeth, 4; Mary, 0) and two slaves. WHITENER, Daniel (I1675)
 
144 "Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 10 to 15 (likely David), one male 16 to 25 (likely George), one male 45+ (Daniel), one female under 10, one female 16 to 25, and one female 45+ (Mary). Six household members are engaged in agriculture. The household also includes the following slaves: one male under 14, on male 15 to 25, two males 26 to 44, one male 45+, two females under 14, and one female 14 to 25. WILFONG, Mary Elizabeth (I1674)
 
145 "Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 16+ (Daniel), three males under 16 (John, 6; Daniel D, 2; ?), three females (Mary Wilfong 25; Elizabeth, 4; Mary, 0) and two slaves.
"Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 16+ (Daniel), three males under 16 (John, 6; Daniel D, 2; ?), three females (Mary Wilfong 25; Elizabeth, 4; Mary, 0) and two slaves. 
WHITENER, Elizabeth (I1746)
 
146 "Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 16+ (Daniel), three males under 16 (John, 6; Daniel D, 2; ?), three females (Mary Wilfong 25; Elizabeth, 4; Mary, 0) and two slaves.
"Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 16+ (Daniel), three males under 16 (John, 6; Daniel D, 2; ?), three females (Mary Wilfong 25; Elizabeth, 4; Mary, 0) and two slaves. 
WHITENER, Daniel D (I1747)
 
147 "Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 16+ (Daniel), three males under 16 (John, 6; Daniel D, 2; ?), three females (Mary Wilfong 25; Elizabeth, 4; Mary, 0) and two slaves.
"Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 16+ (Daniel), three males under 16 (John, 6; Daniel D, 2; ?), three females (Mary Wilfong 25; Elizabeth, 4; Mary, 0) and two slaves. 
WHITENER, Maria (I1748)
 
148 "Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 16+ (Daniel), three males under 16 (John, 6; Daniel D, 2; ?), three females (Mary Wilfong 25; Elizabeth, 4; Mary, 0) and two slaves. WHITENER, John (Johannes) D. Wilfong (I1541)
 
149 "Danl Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 16+ (Daniel), three males under 16 (John, 6; Daniel D, 2; ?), three females (Mary Wilfong 25; Elizabeth, 4; Mary, 0) and two slaves. WILFONG, Mary Elizabeth (I1674)
 
150 "David was listed as 37 years old when he enlisted in the Confederate Army at Athens in 1862. He served in Co. H, 59th Tennessee Mounted Infantry (Cook's Regiment), 1st. (Eakin's) Battalion Infantry. While in the service, he was blinded in his left eye and lost vision in his right eye. He also could not speak above a whisper for about years. He was furloughed and sent home." LANKFORD, David N. (I2623)
 
151 "Death certificate: 29 Oct 1906 Navarro, Travis County, TX. Death Certificate. Rev. Alfred Whitener, aged 81 years, 1 month and 20 days died at Navarro Mills, TX. at 22 minutes past 7 P. M. cause of death - Flux; duration 14 days WHITENER, Alfred Thomas (I116)
 
152 "Died at the age of 78 years, 4 months, 9 days." DYSART, Elizabeth (I843)
 
153 "died sometime in 1874" -> probate file, p. 2 LYTLE, Millington (I1991)
 
154 "Druse" (34) appeared in the household of A. P. Whitner (42) as his wife. She and both parents were born in Georgia. The household Vadah (15), Jennings (10), Humphrey (8), Howard (5), Marshal (4), Kimbal (2). DILLARD, Mary Druscilla (I812)
 
155 "Due Ric" (1) appeared in the household of William Whitener (44) as his son. He was born Oct 1898. He and both parents were born in Georgia. The household included Mary (34), Avery (23), Maud (13), "Bular" (10), Lula (8), and John A. (7). The family lived on a farm, which was rented. WHITENER, Rex Venable (I1774)
 
156 "During the Civil War, Chable, whose father had fought under Napolean, joined the Confederate Army and rose to the rank of Captain." CHABLE, Alphonse (I2662)
 
157 "During the Revolutionary War Major William Davidson lived in what became Burke County on Catawba River near the town now called Greenlee. His place was named The Glades. Colonel Ferguson visited his home there on the raid into North Carolina." DAVIDSON, Major William (I2321)
 
158 "Ednah J." (16) appeared in the household of James B. Butler (49) as his daughter. The family home was rented for $20 and they did not have a radio. She was born in Texas, had attended school during the year, and was literate. She had no occupation.

The 1930 Household of Jim Butler 
BUTLER, Edna Josephine (I1577)
 
159 "Edwd. A." Roberts (19) appeared on the 1880 census in the Eighth District of Murray County, Georgia. He lived with his wife, Amanda (17), and son, George W. (1). His occupation is farmer. He and both parents were born in Tennessee.

The households of Martin Roberts, Monteville Roberts, and Loranza Roberts are all on the same page. 
ROBERTS, Edward Austin (I1879)
 
160 "Elbert Co. Ga. 30 Dec 1802: Personally came John Mackie, Exor. of Thomas Mackie, dec'd. before me and being duly sworn deposeth that sometime to the best of his recollection in the year 1788/89, were stolen from the sd. Thomas Mackie, 5 head of horses which he believes were worth $300 and he has reason to believe that they were either taken by the Creek Indians or carried to the Creek Nation by the Cherokees, and this deponent further saith that his reason for believing it was the Creek Indians is that at the rock Landing Treaty he found one of his horses that were in possession of a Creek Indian which was stolen from him in and about the same time. John Mackie/S/

30 Dec. 1802: Wm. Mackie being duly sworn says he believes the above horses were worth $350. Wm. Mackie/S/

Source: Ga. Archv. Orig. Papers 
MACKIE, Thomas (I1836)
 
161 "Elenor A." (8) appeared in the household of Thomas Kindrick (36). She was born in Tennessee and had attended school during the year. Other household members included Mahala (38), Francis M. (14), William J. (14), Sarah M. (12), Mary J. (10), Lucinda C. (6), and Tempy J. (1).

They lived four households down from Thomas' sister, Elizabeth Oneill. 
KENDRICK, Elenor A. (I21)
 
162 "Elisabeth Brookshire" was enumerated in the household of her son Alvy M Brookshire (30). Her age is given as 70. She is widowed. Her birthplace, and both her parents', is given as Georgia. Other household members include Mary (30), James M (10), John O (9), Nancy S (8), Landrum F (7), Luthan C (6), Louis T (2), and Levi S (1m). TILLEY, Elizabeth (I1562)
 
163 "Eliza A. Lytle" (35) appeared on the 1880 census in Crooked Creek, McDowell, North Carolina in the household of her husband, Thomas Y. Lytle (37). She and both parents were born in North Carolina. Her occupation was keeping house. The household their sons, Alvis W. (11) and Columbus L. (8); daughters, Sallie Y. (4) and Annie B. (3); Thomas' father, Leander P. (65); and servants, Mira Lytle (B, 69) and Noah Henderson (W, 40). BURGIN, Eliza A. (I841)
 
164 "Elizabeth Brooksher" was enumerated in the household of "Jas Brooksher" (71). Her age is given as 60 and her occupation as keeping house. Her birthplace is given as North Carolina. Other household members include "Allvie" (19), Mary (19), and a child (8m). TILLEY, Elizabeth (I1562)
 
165 "Elizabeth Brookshier" was enumerated in the household of "James Brookshier" (51). Her birthplace is given as North Carolina. She is said to be unable to read and write. Other household members include Alvy (1), Elizabeth (5), Levi (19), Martha (17), Mary (8), and Nancy (14). TILLEY, Elizabeth (I1562)
 
166 "Elizabeth Mackie, widow, drew land on Sea's Crk. 6th Dist. Madison Co. Ga. (Cherokee Land Lottery-390)." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 593 PARKS, Elizabeth (I4249)
 
167 "Ella" Roberts (27) appeared on the 1910 census in Bull Pen community of Murray County, Georgia. Her husband, "Mont E" (31) was head of household. The household included their children: Lillian O. (10), "Hurshel T." (8) Eva T. (5), "Demple A." (3) and Mont's grandmother, Mariah Roberts (76). ADAIR, Frances Louella (I683)
 
168 "Elmer Hemphill, of Ramhurst" HEMPHILL, William Elmer (I1795)
 
169 "Elmira" Burgin (10) appeared on the 1870 census in Crooked Creek, McDowell County, NC, in her father's (Merritt, 60) household. Her occupation was "at home." She was born in North Carolina. The household included Martha (20), Eliza W. (18), William (14), John R. (12), George (8), Bulow W. (3), Edward White (18), and Jane E. White (26). BURGIN, Elvira S. (I2485)
 
170 "emigrated from Northern Ireland early in the eighteenth century. . .landed at Philadelphia" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, John (I1615)
 
171 "emigrated from Northern Ireland early in the eighteenth century. . .landed at Philadelphia" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, George (I4169)
 
172 "emigrated from Northern Ireland early in the eighteenth century. . .landed at Philadelphia" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, Robert (I4170)
 
173 "Eva S." Moreland (31) appeared on the 1920 census in Chatworth, Murray County, Georgia. She was in the same household as her husband, Tom H. (38) and son, J. L. (8 1/3).

She lived one household up from her parents. 
ROBERTS, Sarah Eva (I1875)
 
174 "F. Lucille" (10) appeared in the household of her father, "Frances T" (53). The family home was rented for an unspecified amount and they did have a radio. Lucille was born in Georgia and attended school during the year.

The 1930 Household of Frances T. Kendrick 
KENDRICK, Frances Lucille (I1656)
 
175 "F. M. Kendrick" (75) appeared as head of household. He owned his home, which was mortgaged. His birthplace was reported as Tennessee, and both parents' as Virgina. Other household members include his wife, "Barba" (66) and daughter "Icy Sharp" (29). KENDRICK, Francis Marion (I1769)
 
176 "F. T." (43) appeared as head of household. His home was rented. He could read and write. He was born in Georgia and both parents were born in Tennessee. He was a farmer. The household includes his wife Lizzie (33), son Roy (1), and daughter "Lucile" (1m). KENDRICK, Francis Taylor (I1518)
 
177 "Felix 'Pete'. . .who married Polly Lowery Baxter." Family F906
 
178 "First Lieutenant Robert M. Hemphill. . .recently returned from Africa where he served for a year and a half." HEMPHILL, First Lieutenant Robert Manning (I1796)
 
179 "For the War of 1812, Peter Stroud Jr served in the 8th Regiment, 14th Company from Burke County." STROUD, Peter (I1571)
 
180 "Francis E. Kendrick" (33) appeared as head of household. He and his mother were born in Georgia and his father was born in Tennessee. His occupation was merchant in a general store, which he owned. The household included his wife, "Cora L" (29) and son, Francis R (5). Francis and Cora had been married 8 years. Cora had given birth to two children, but only one still lived. The family lived in a house, which they owned free and clear. KENDRICK, Francis Taylor (I1518)
 
181 "Francis Kendrick" appeared as head of household. The household included 2 males under 5, one male 15 to 20 (probably Thomas), 1 female 15 to 20 (possibly Susan), 2 females 20 to 30 (one was probably Elinor), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Francis). RUDD, Francis (I120)
 
182 "Francis Kendrick" appeared as head of household. The household included 2 males under 5, one male 15 to 20 (probably Thomas), 1 female 15 to 20 (possibly Susan), 2 females 20 to 30 (one was probably Elinor), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Francis). KENDRICK, Susan (I123)
 
183 "Francis Kendrick" appeared as head of household. The household included 2 males under 5, one male 15 to 20 (probably Thomas), 1 female 15 to 20 (possibly Susan), 2 females 20 to 30 (one was probably Elinor), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Francis). KENDRICK, Elinor (I125)
 
184 "Francis Kendrick" appeared as head of household. The household included 2 males under 5, one male 15 to 20 (probably Thomas), 1 female 15 to 20 (possibly Susan), 2 females 20 to 30 (one was probably Elinor), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Francis). KENDRICK, Thomas S. (I1787)
 
185 "Francis M. Kindrick" (17) appeard in the household of Thomas Kindrick (36). He was a farm laborer and had attended school during the year. He was born in Tennessee. Other household members included Mahala (38), William J (14), Sarah M (12), Mary J (10), Elenor A (8), Lucinda C (6), and Tempy J (1).

They lived four households down from Thomas' sister, Elizabeth Oneill. 
KENDRICK, Francis Marion (I1769)
 
186 "Franky Kindrick" appeared as head of household. The household included one male 10 to 14 (certainly Thomas), one female 5 to 9 (probably Susan), two females 10 to 14, two females 15 to 19 (one is possibly Elizabeth), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Franky). Tempy and Elinor are probably two of the remaining females in the 10 to 14 and 15 to 19 age groups, leaving one more female in those age groups unknown. RUDD, Francis (I120)
 
187 "Franky Kindrick" appeared as head of household. The household included one male 10 to 14 (certainly Thomas), one female 5 to 9 (probably Susan), two females 10 to 14, two females 15 to 19 (one is possibly Elizabeth), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Franky). Tempy and Elinor are probably two of the remaining females in the 10 to 14 and 15 to 19 age groups, leaving one more female in those age groups unknown. KENDRICK, Elizabeth (I122)
 
188 "Franky Kindrick" appeared as head of household. The household included one male 10 to 14 (certainly Thomas), one female 5 to 9 (probably Susan), two females 10 to 14, two females 15 to 19 (one is possibly Elizabeth), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Franky). Tempy and Elinor are probably two of the remaining females in the 10 to 14 and 15 to 19 age groups, leaving one more female in those age groups unknown. KENDRICK, Susan (I123)
 
189 "Franky Kindrick" appeared as head of household. The household included one male 10 to 14 (certainly Thomas), one female 5 to 9 (probably Susan), two females 10 to 14, two females 15 to 19 (one is possibly Elizabeth), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Franky). Tempy and Elinor are probably two of the remaining females in the 10 to 14 and 15 to 19 age groups, leaving one more female in those age groups unknown. KENDRICK, Tempy J (I124)
 
190 "Franky Kindrick" appeared as head of household. The household included one male 10 to 14 (certainly Thomas), one female 5 to 9 (probably Susan), two females 10 to 14, two females 15 to 19 (one is possibly Elizabeth), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Franky). Tempy and Elinor are probably two of the remaining females in the 10 to 14 and 15 to 19 age groups, leaving one more female in those age groups unknown. KENDRICK, Elinor (I125)
 
191 "Franky Kindrick" appeared as head of household. The household included one male 10 to 14 (certainly Thomas), one female 5 to 9 (probably Susan), two females 10 to 14, two females 15 to 19 (one is possibly Elizabeth), and one female 40 to 50 (certainly Franky). Tempy and Elinor are probably two of the remaining females in the 10 to 14 and 15 to 19 age groups, leaving one more female in those age groups unknown. KENDRICK, Thomas S. (I1787)
 
192 "From Surry Co Deed Bk F 1793-97 p 24, item 181 abstracted by Mrs W. O. Absher "29 April 1795, George Long to George Deboard. 2 pds specie 100 ac waters Fisher Cr. adj. John Pendry & Mosley. Witness Thomas Wright & Joseph Warbinton. This appears to be the land that George Debord (no poll) paid taxes on between 1795 and 1797 in Surry Co NC."

Agency:Surry County Deed Book F 
DEBORD, George (I1739)
 
193 "Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 P.M. from the Holly Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. C. L. Harris and the Rev. Miles Winkler officiating. Burial was in the Holly Creek Cemetery with Peeples Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." WHITENER, Beulah Beatrice (I1771)
 
194 "G. W. Lankston" (20) appeared on the 1860 census in District 6, Hamilton County, Tennessee in the household of "M. Roberts". His occupation is "blacksmith appr.". He was born in Tennessee. Other household members include Mariah (26), George (9), Martin (8), Loranza (5), and William (3). LANGSTON, George Washington (I1912)
 
195 "Geo Roberts" (9) appeared on the 1860 census in District 6, Hamilton County, Tennessee in the household of M Roberts. He attended school within the year. His birthplace is Tennessee. Other household members include Mariah (26), Martin (8), Loranza (5), William (3), and G.W. Langston (20). ROBERTS, George Washington (I1877)
 
196 "Geo. W." from marriage license. MANLEY, George W. (I2579)
 
197 "George Deboard 2 horses and 5 cattle, no acreage listed in Capt Wright's Dist by John Elsberry, From Journal of Surry Co Gen Assoc July 1982 p 13. The part of Surry Co that is now Yadkin."

Agency:1782 Surry County, NC Tax List 
DEBORD, George (I1739)
 
198 "Halifax County, VA, Court Orders 1758-1759 (Plea Book 2, part 2), page 274, March Court 1758 ? Bartlett Lawson, Plaintiff vs. Joseph Mays, Defendant, in case. This day came the parties by their Attorneys and thereupon also came a jury (it then name the jury). The jury says that the Plaintiff has sustained damages because of Defendant?s breach of the promise and assumption in the declaration specified, to one penny besides his costs. Ordered that Plaintiff recover against Defendant and Hugh Henry and Joseph Ray, who were returned security for his appearance, his damage afd. and his costs." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
199 "Harnett Robards" was enumerated as in the household of "John Robards." His age is given as 16 and his birthplace as Tennessee. He attended school within the year. Other household members include Rebecca (54), "Money" (male, 21), Posey (male, 20), Marion (16), John (14), and Mary J (12). ROBERTS, Harnett (I2470)
 
200 "He acquired land and was in Buncombe County for probably ten or fifteen years before he and his son Thomas relocated again, this time to a land grant on the Harpeth River, near Nashville, Tennessee." -> Heritage of Old Buncombe ALEXANDER, John (I1609)
 

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