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    1. [NCWARREN] Henly familes
    2. Boy I missed this one Cox Creek was named for one William Cox who is the reported brother of Alice Edloe- ALice Boyce ( Alice Boyse) ( See Johnson and Allied Families of Coxes Creek) Notes: David Thomas & Richard Macubins Jul 1662 N side Coxes Cr & running toward land of William Johnson. Granted Chambly May 1654, assigned to John Henly, who assigned back to Richd Chambly, who assigned to William Johnson, by him to Richard Stephens & by him to above CPv1

    02/10/2013 06:57:33
    1. Re: [NCWARREN] BYrd Creek Familes of Va tied to Nutbush Creek Len HEnley
    2. Deloris Williams
    3. Tony, I have a question about a portion of your HENDERSON research. Do you know anything further about the family of Richard Henderson of Goochland? I see that your files include the family of the Richard Henderson who married Henrietta Henley. There has been controversy among researchers about whether or not their son, Samuel, was the same person by that name who was the father of the famous Richard Henderson (1735-1785) of Granville Co. One of the things there have been discussions about is the fact that when Richard Sr. died in Goochland in (will written 1745), it clearly indicated that his children were all minors, and it says that his son Samuel, had not reached 21 years of age at that time. His widow, Henrietta died abt 1749, Cumberland Co.,VA, she devised her land to her 3 sons, Samuel, James & Nathan (by the way, I think people are getting mixed up with that name, both Richard & Henrietta called him "Nathan", not "Nathaniel", and he may have indeed not been the same person as "Nathaniel"); other records also indicate that the minor sons were in the care of a Nathaniel Henderson, probably the brother of Richard Sr. Anyway, as I have pointed out to some, Samuel Henderson (d.1783 Granville), who was the father of Richard Henderson, b. 1735, could not possibly have been the same person as the son of Richard & Henrietta, and that at the very least, the 1755 Granville Co. Tax list gives you an idea of the ages of the family, that year it shows, Samuel Henderson, plus sons, Rich'd & Nath'l, and Thos. Burdon, and Negroes, Tom, Peter & Lewis. (For those not familiar with the law: ".every white Person Male of the age of Sixteen Years and upwards all Negroes Mulattoes Mustees Male or female and all Persons of Mixt Blood to the fourth Generation Male and Female of the age of twelve years and upwards, and no other Persons whatsoever, shall be deem'd Tithables."). Deloris -------------------------------------------------- From: <[email protected]> Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2013 1:13 PM To: <[email protected]> Subject: [NCWARREN] BYrd Creek Familes of Va tied to Nutbush Creek Len HEnley > Children of Henrieta Henley and Richard Henderson: > Samuel Henderson > James Henderson > Nathaniel Henderson > Mary Henderson married Philip Thurman born April 2 1704 in New Kent > Hanover Co. Va. > Henrietta Henderson > NOTES HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO JAMES HENDERSON PATRICK OF HUMPHREYS > COUNTY TEN. AND John B. Patrick born 1805 NC > Children of Marah Sarah Henderson and Philip Thurman > Benjamin Thurmond born 1736 in Goochland Co. St. James Parish >

    02/10/2013 06:35:59
    1. [NCWARREN] Bullock Families
    2. CHARLES RIVER JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES RICHMOND TERRELL 1670 February 8, - New Kent County Richmond Tirrell granted 600 acs. upon branches of Chickahominy Swamp adjacent Thomas Meredith & Mr. Smith. (Patents 6, page 369) 1677:Richmond Terrell The list of 87 or 88 signatures from Blisland Parish appears page xliv - xlvii of The Vestry Book of Blisland (Blissland) Parish, New Kent and James City Co. VA 1721-1786 by Chamberlayne. 1689 Oct 10: At a Councill held at James City Octo. ye I8th, 1689. Pres't Nath. Bacon, Esq'r, Pres't Council. For Determination of ye Difference between Blissland parish & St. Peter's parish in New Kent County, it apearing y't it was agreed as when Blissland parish was to be divided p'r ye dividing line should begin at ye mouth of a Creek called Capt. Bassett's Landing & to run from thence between ye land of Capt, Joseph Foster, Mr. Richmond Terroll, having all ye s'd Foster's tract of Land in ye one parish & ye s'd Terroll in ye other, it is ordered y't a dividing line between ye s'd parish be accordingly Run from ye beginning place to ye sd Lands & y't ye Lines of Capt. Joseph Forstor lands to ye County bounds be ye division between ye sd parishes & y't all ye charges which hath arisen about this difference be equally divided on ye poll in both Registered by order of vestry per me CHARLES TURNER, Clk. of Vestry 11 April 1732: Richmond Terrell: Hanover Co: Description: 45 acres between the lines of Thomas Ford, Major Carr, Joseph Temple, Richard Bullock, &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 14, 1728-1732 (pt.1 & 2), p. 415 (Reel 11). Notes: 1736 June 5: Richmond Terrill: Hanover Co: 497 acres adjoining Richard Bullock, Majr Carr, Thomas Ford & c. Land Office Patents # 17, 1735-1738 pg 95 on reel 15: Library of Virginia Archives Section The Surname Terrell or Terrill is not found on St. Paul’s Parish Records but he is a Land Owner by William Bassett [Richmond Terrell's family later owned land on Little River in Louisa County adjacent to and part of the land owned by Nathaniel Dickenson who died in 1753.] http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/i/c/Donald-R-Dickenson/FILE/0060page.html 1668 April 8: Richard Bullock: New Kent Co: 100 acres on the South side of York River, beg. At the head of a branch of Muschimino: Land Office Patents # 6, 1666-1679 pt 1 & 2 pg 161 on reel 6: Library of Virginia Archives Section Notes: Richard Bullock Muschimino

    02/09/2013 07:45:54
    1. [NCWARREN] Bullock Families
    2. BIKERS CREEK JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES( JOSEPH JOHNSON LANDS are also on Wards Creek 1636 Sept 29 C&P v1 p. 49-50] Same, 1100 acres, Same County & date p. 393. [Henrico Co. 29 Sept 1636 Patent Bk #1, Part I] Begin at a little Creek & lying North thereupon, East upon the maine River & West into the woods; 100 acres to be allowed for the marshes & swamps thereunto belonging. Due in right of his now wife Dorothy Garner, late widdowe to Edward Garner, to whom it was due for trans of 22 persons: Elizabeth Willis, Edmund Pullum, Thomas Lawley, Thomas Somersale, John Humphry, Barr. Farthing John Melder, William Everdge, John Wall, Nich. Pledge, Robert Currant, Thomas Cooper, Charles Maxney, Richard Jenings, Oliver Dennington, Nich. Oliver, William & Teage, Irishen, Joane Bullock, Eliz. Curtis, Isabell Stubbs, Hester Partridge. Linda Starrs research Dorothy Garner, late widdowe to Edward Garner, 1638 May 6 [86] WILLIAM CLARKE 1100 acres Henrico Co. p. 547 Patent Bk #1, Part II. Begin at a little Creek lying South thereupon, East up the maine river, West into the woods, butting North upon the Cominers; 100 acres to be allowed for marshes & swamps. Due in right of his now wife Dorothy Gardiner, late widdowe to Edward Gardiner, to whom it was due for trans. of 22 persons: Eliza. Willis, Edmd. Pullum, Tho. Lawly, Tho. Somerdale, Jon. Humphry, Barth. Farting, Jon Meader, Wm Everidge, Jon. Wall, Nich. Pleg, Robt. Currant, Tho. Cooper, Cha. Maxney, Rich. Jenings, Oliver Dennington, Nich. Oliver, Wm & Teage -- Irishmen, Joane Bullock, Eliza. Curtis, Isabell Stubbs, Hester Partridge. Linda starrs research Linda Starrs Notes: Discussions about the meaning of "now wife" come down to two interpretations. I agree with the majority opinion (of those I asked) that now wife suggests William Clarke had a former wife (or even wives). However, my minority opinion is that in the context of this patent, now wife simply means that Gardner paid for transporting 22 people to Virginia, but died before he received the land. William Clark NOW married to Gardner's widow was due the patent that came to her as widow of said Gardner. 1639 July 16 - Dorothy CLARKE, Widdow, 800a Henrico Co. Beginning at a creek formerly called Powells Creek, W. towards Sizemores Creek, S. towards the main river. 550a due by assignment from Roger DAVIS and due said DAVIS for transport of 11 persons whose names are not given and 250a by right of transport of 5 persons by her late husband William CLARKE, dec'd. (Cavaliers and Pioneers, Vol. 1, p. 117) My Notes: Sizemore Creek is where Richard Johnson servant of William Farrar owns lands Elizabeth Willis, Edmund Pullum, Thomas Lawley, Thomas Somersale, John Humphry, Barr. Farthing John Melder, William Everdge, John Wall, John wall will own lands beside one Capt.Joseph Johnson Nich. Pledge, This is the John Pledge lines married into the Michael Johnson descedants lines Robert Currant, Thomas Cooper, Charles Maxney, Richard Jenings, Oliver Dennington, Nich. Oliver, An Edward Oliver of Upper Chippoakes Creek is beleived to be the start of the Elizabeth Oliver Families that will marry Thomas Murrell and begat the lines of reverend Thomas Murrell allied with Hudson Johnson William & Teage, Irishen, Joane Bullock, Eliz. Curtis, Isabell Stubbs, Hester Partridge.

    02/09/2013 07:42:56
    1. [NCWARREN] Bullocks of Nutbush Creek
    2. Northampton County Johnson and allied families 10 July 1637 - William HATCHER 850a at Appamattock River. 450a upon the Swifte Creek beginning at t little Creek lying N. W. thereon, etc. 50a allowed for a small island therein with a swamp and marshes; 400a siding upon the said land. 450a due by assignment from William CLARKE and 400a for his own personal adventure and transport of 7 persons. (Cavaliers and Pioneers, Vol. 1, p. 21 August 1637 - William CLARKE 100a Charles River Co. E. upon the New Poquoson River, W. into the woods, N. in breadth upon Oyster Creek and S. upon the reach of said River. Due for transport of 2 persons. (Cavaliers and Pioneers, Vol. 1, p. 67) 1637 Aug 24: Robert Throckmorton: Description: 300 acres lying south upon the land of William Clarke Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 508 (Reel 1) 24 August 1637 - Robert THROCKMORTON 300a Charles River Co. S. upon land of William CLARKE, N. into the woods the white marsh being in the middle of the same. Due for his own personal adventure and transport of 5 persons. (Cavaliers and Pioneers, Vol. 1, p. 77) (Thomas CLARKE was one of the five persons transported.) 1637 Aug 25: Joseph Jolly Location: Charles River County Description: 350 acres south upon the New Poquoson River, joining to land of William Clarke and John Watson Source: Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 & 2), p. 472 (Reel 1) 1638 May 6 [86] WILLIAM CLARKE 1100 acres Henrico Co. p. 547 Patent Bk #1, Part II. Begin at a little Creek lying South thereupon, East up the maine river, West into the woods, butting North upon the Cominers; 100 acres to be allowed for marshes & swamps. Due in right of his now wife Dorothy Gardiner, late widdowe to Edward Gardiner, to whom it was due for trans. of 22 persons: Eliza. Willis, Edmd. Pullum, Tho. Lawly, Tho. Somerdale, Jon. Humphry, Barth. Farting, Jon Meader, Wm Everidge, Jon. Wall, Nich. Pleg, Robt. Currant, Tho. Cooper, Cha. Maxney, Rich. Jenings, Oliver Dennington, Nich. Oliver, Wm & Teage -- Irishmen, Joane Bullock, Eliza. Curtis, Isabell Stubbs, Hester Partridge. Linda starrs research Linda Starrs Notes: Discussions about the meaning of "now wife" come down to two interpretations. I agree with the majority opinion (of those I asked) that now wife suggests William Clarke had a former wife (or even wives). However, my minority opinion is that in the context of this patent, now wife simply means that Gardner paid for transporting 22 people to Virginia, but died before he received the land. William Clark NOW married to Gardner's widow was due the patent that came to her as widow of said Gardner BERMUDA HUNDRED JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES 1636 Sept 29 C&P v1 p. 49-50] Same, 1100 acres, Same County & date p. 393. [Henrico Co. 29 Sept 1636 Patent Bk #1, Part I] Begin at a little Creek & lying North thereupon, East upon the maine River & West into the woods; 100 acres to be allowed for the marshes & swamps thereunto belonging. Due in right of his now wife Dorothy Garner, late widdowe to Edward Garner, to whom it was due for trans of 22 persons: Elizabeth Willis, Edmund Pullum, Thomas Lawley, Thomas Somersale, John Humphry, Barr. Farthing John Melder, William Everdge, John Wall, Nich. Pledge, Robert Currant, Thomas Cooper, Charles Maxney, Richard Jenings, Oliver Dennington, Nich. Oliver, William & Teage, Irishen, Joane Bullock, Eliz. Curtis, Isabell Stubbs, Hester Partridge. Linda Starrs research Edward Garner

    02/09/2013 07:37:58
    1. [NCWARREN] Bullock Families
    2. From Len Henley Johnson familes off Nutbush Creek to Humphreys Co. Tn Leonard Henley Sr: Occupation: Vestryman of Blissland Parish Church Residence: New Kent, Virginia Children of Leonard Henley and Elizabeth Richardson are: Henrietta Henley, born Abt. 1718; died Deceased; married Richard Henderson; died Deceased Anne Henley, born Abt. 1697 in Hanover County, VA; died Abt. 1765 in Granville County, NC; married Richard II Bullock Dec 1710 in New Kent, Virginia. Martha Henley, born Abt. 1700; died Deceased; married William Drummond; died Deceased. Leonard Henley, Jr., born Abt. 1705; died Abt. 1793. Margaret Henley, born Abt. 1705; died Deceased; married John Randolf; died Deceased. Cornelius Turner Henley, born Abt. 1710; died Deceased Mary Elizabeth Henley, born Abt. 1710; died Deceased; married William Hammer; died Deceased. William Henley, born Abt. 1715; died Deceased; married Mary Ann Osborne; died Deceased LEONARD HENLEY BULLOCK to JOSEPH MONTFORT, of Halifax. 1 Aug. 1765. 60 Pds. Procl. money for 330 A. bought from LAWRENCE LANCASTER, beginning at mouth of Ellibys Branch, adj. WEST HARRIS, LEWIS PATTERSON, WILLIAM ROWLAND & JOHN BURCH, on Fishing Creek where LAWRENCE LANCASTER now lives & which BULLOCK sold to LANCASTER. Wit: WILL JOHNSON. Proved by. WILLIAM JOHNSON, Bute July Court 1765, BEN McCULLOCK, C.C. Reg: 30 Aug. 1765, SUGAN JOHNSON,PR http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncbute/dbook-a/dba-22.htm Notes: West Harris Notes: 1820 Aug 20: Crawford Johnston and Sally: W21486 BLW #1284-100 NC Line: Soldier married Sally Weathers 177? Feb 14 in Bute Co. NC and a West Harriss signed marriage bond with soldier. Soldier applied 1820 Aug 20 Warren Co. NC age 70. Widow applied 1843 May 17 in Halifax Co. NC age 85, soldier died 1831 Aug 23. Pg 1861; 1855 Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files Notes: Lewis Paterson Notes: William Rowland Notes: John Burch Notes: Lawrence Lancaster Notes: Ellibys Branch Notes: Bullock Fishing Creek 1745 Dec 30: Edgecombe NC Deed Book 05-439 30 Dec 1745 William Mearns of Swift Cr. Edg co. to William Bynam Junr for 15pds land on Fishing Creek adj Drake. Wit: Thos Hill, REBEKAH CANE, Wm Bynum. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/edgecombe/deeds/cain0001.txt 1757 May 13, CHARLES JOHNSON, grant of 630 acres in Granville, Parish of St John on W side of little Fishing Creek, both sides reedy Branch, joining Benjamin Nicholson, Daniel Pigram, Bells, Hortons, Gideon Macon. Wits W JOHNSON, Sher Haywood. Sur 30 Nov 1756. SCC Danl Pegram, John ____, Sher Haywood D Surveyor. ***{this became Bute County in 1764}*** Rebecca Henley, born Abt. 1715; died Deceased; married Philemon Woodward; died Deceased. http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/r/o/John-C-Crow/GENE1-0021.html

    02/09/2013 07:29:47
    1. [NCWARREN] Bullock familes
    2. JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILES TRANSPORTED TO COLONIES Bullock Thomas 1652 transported by Thomas Johnson Jr Northampton http://www.evmedia.com/virginia/ TUCKAHOE CREEK JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES This LEONARD HENLEY, who obtained his James City lands by patent in 1694, and/or his descendants shortly thereafter, probably removed to NEW KENT COUNTY, where they joined their relatives and former associates, the KEELINGS, BULLOCKS, FLEMINGS and RICHARDSONS, and there took on more kin -the DANDRIDGES. http://greend.com/mayo_to_henley.htm According to an article in the [UL:William & Mary Quarterly:UL], (Vol. 5, P 38, Vol. 3, p. 65) Leonard HENLEY was granted 300 acres on Oct. 26, 1694, in James City Co.,, 175 acres of which as the heir to his father, Reynolds Henly. His children included Martha, Major Richardson, Leonard, Margaret, Cornelius Turner, Mary Elizabeth, William, Rebecca, Samuel?, Henrietta, and Ann, who m. Richard Bullock. This family is also mentioned in [UL:Tennessee Cousins:UL] by Worth Ray. >From [UL:Vital Records of Burned Counties:UL] by Fisher, Leonard HENLEY 's will was written Sept. 10, 1759, proved Oct.19, 1761 in Blissland Parish, New Kent Co. He was listed as a member of the vestry that year.[woodward.FTW] ID: I392576 Name: Elizabeth RICHARDSON Sex: F Birth: 12 AUG 1713 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia 1 Change Date: 19 JUN 2004 at 14:42:34 Father: Robert RICHARDSON b: 1686 Mother: Jane GREEN b: 1690 in Virginia Marriage 1 Leonard HENLEY b: in James City Co., VA ID: I392577 Name: Robert RICHARDSON Sex: M Birth: 1686 Death: Abt 1720 in Goochland County, Virginia Note: Richard served as a Burgess of New Kent Co 1 Change Date: 19 JUN 2004 at 14:42:34 Father: Charles RICHARDSON b: Abt 1660 Mother: MARY b: Abt 1664 Marriage 1 Jane GREEN b: 1690 in Virginia Married: 22 FEB 1710/1711 in St Peters Par, New Kent, Virginia 1 Children Elizabeth RICHARDSON b: 12 AUG 1713 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia Elizabeth RICHARDSON Sex: F Birth: 12 AUG 1713 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia 1 Change Date: 19 JUN 2004 at 14:42:34 Father: Robert RICHARDSON b: 1686 Mother: Jane GREEN b: 1690 in Virginia Marriage 1 Leonard HENLEY b: in James City Co., VA 1 Children Henrietta HENLEY Henrietta HENLEY Sex: F 1 Change Date: 19 JUN 2004 at 14:42:33 Father: Leonard HENLEY b: in James City Co., VA Mother: Elizabeth RICHARDSON b: 12 AUG 1713 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia Marriage 1 Richard , Jr. HENDERSON b: 23 JUN 1696 in New Kent Co., VA 1 Children James HENDERSON Mary HENDERSON George HENDERSON b: 1714 in Montgomery Co., VA ( My Notes Montgomery Formed?) Nathaniel HENDERSON Henrietta HENDERSON Samuel HENDERSON b: 1726 in Goochland Co., VA http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2916872&id=I 392575 Name: Leonard HENLEY Sr 1 2 3 4 5 Sex: M Birth: ABT 1670 in James City County, VA 2 3 4 5 Birth: ABT 1673 Death: OCT 1761 in New Kent County, VA 2 4 5 Death: Deceased Occupation: Vestryman of Blissland Parish Church 3 4 5 Residence: New Kent, Virginia 3 4 5 Reference Number: 82 Note: Name: Leonard HENLEY II Sex: M Birth: ABT 1702 in James City Co., Virginia Death: ABT 1759 in James City Co., Virginia Father: Leonard HENLEY Sr b: ABT 1670 in James City County, VA Marriage 1 Elizabeth RICHARDSON b: 12 AUG 1713 in St Peters Parish New Kent Co, VA LEONARD HENLY BULLOCK (1736-1797) His will was dated 1797 & was proven in Warren County, NC in 1798, not far from the family home on Nutbush Creek. He is said to be buried a few hundred feet from the crossroad now known as Bullockville in Vance Co., NC. He was a Proprietor of the Transylvania Company which engaged Daniel Boone to establish the first settlement in Kentucky.[JohnFaye (8 Jun 05).FTW] Anne HENLEY Sex: F Birth: ABT 1697 in Hanover Co, VA Death: ABT 1765 in Granville Co, NC Reference Number: 41 Father: Leonard HENLEY Sr b: ABT 1670 in James City County, VA Mother: Elizabeth RICHARDSON b: ABT 1680 in VA Marriage 1 Richard BULLOCK II b: 16 APR 1690 in Hanover Co, VA Married: DEC 1710 in New Kent, Virginia Married: DEC 1710 in New Kent, VA http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3185219&id=I 06280 My Notes: This is the Families of Leonard Henley Johnson of Humphreys Co. Tn. whose father descends from Terisha Johnson who was in Mecklenburg Co on Nutbush Creek during the Rev. War. Then in 1790 Terisha Johnson is living on Nutbush Creek over in NC. The lands on Nutbush Creek were bought by John Johnson when this lands was in Brunswick Co. Va. John Johnson bought these lands from John Robertsoon the father of General James Randolph Robertson who owned the Iron Furnace on Bartons Creek which first is in Stewart Co then lands fall into Dickson Co. in 1803. Bartons Creek is where Hudson Johnson and wife Agness lived on bartons Creek. Notes how related to Ceciley Reynolds married to Lt Bayley and then to other's NOTES: CHECK MY RICHARDSON LINES 1781 Dec 20: [p183] Court The last Will and Testament of John Jude deceased was presented in court by George Jude, Benjamin Jude, Leonard Henley, and Samuel Hyde Saunders Executors therein named & proved by the oaths of James Johnson and James Taylor two of the witnesses thereto. Benjamin Hughes, Anthony Martin and Charles Woodson junior, securities. Bond in the penalty of ten thousand pounds specie Powhatan County, Virginia Misc. Abstracts from Order Book 1 (1777-1784) http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vapowhat/orders/powob1.htm John Jude George Jude Benjamin Jude Leonard Henley 1744 March 15: Leonard Henley: Goochland Co: 30 acres on the Branches of Tuckahoe Creek: Land Office Patents @ 22 1743-1745 vol 1 & 2: pg 220 on reel 20: Library of Virginia Archives section. Leonard Henley Notes this is Grandfather of Len Henley Johnson of Humphreys Co, Tn who is off the Lines of Terisha Johnston and Susannah Turner of Mecklenburg and Warren Co NC of Nutbush Creek: To Henderson Co. Tn where Terisha Johnston died: Susannah Turner is the Granddaughter of Terisah Turner era of 1760 the ancient of Rockfish River in Amherst Co. Va. Samuel Hyde Saunders James Taylor

    02/09/2013 07:24:09
    1. [NCWARREN] Nutbush and Grassey Creek families
    2. On Grassey Creek you will find one William Allin the brother in Law of Gideon Johnson of Dans River ( Va and NC Border) William ALlins allied familes tie right back to the Welshman RObert Minge families married to the Edlow-Cox- Boyce families. ALice Edlow's family is where we will find our White Oak Group's Michael Johnson and brother in Law John Jones being added to the Edloe Plantation tites of St. Peteres Parish in 1698. Michael Johnson and Sarah Watson descendants are matching DNA Of descendants of Hudson Johnston and wife Agness both died on Bartons Creek in what is now Dickson Co Tn. Now keep in mind that Sarah Watson ( Sarah Johnson) is the daughter of one John Watson whose will was witnessed by Ben Hatcher and Benjamin Hatcher known descendants of William Hatcher the Immigrant of Swift Creek and Hatchers Run. Whose lands are beside Christopher Robinson #1 whose families are teh John Robinson families of Nutbush Creek. Now Matthew Marks another of the forefathers of John Robinson of Nutbush Creek is a land owner on wards Creek and is the home of Robert Nordon- RObert NOrton one of the first Anti Baptis Minister in Colonial Va and then into NC. This Robert Norton-Norde is the reporte familes of Sir John Norton of Yorkshire England whose familes are married into the Sir Thomas Johnson lines of Yorkshire England, Lincolnshire England and family lands in Wales. 1719 Aug 15: Charles City Co: Mathew Marks will is wrote: He left to Edward Marks son of Edward Marks lands on Wards Creek: he also left lands to John Robyson, Israel Robyson and to Edward Robyson http://robertson-ancestry.com/data/robertson.pdf Mathew Marks Researchers Notes: John Eaton transported Mathew Marks to the Colonies 1719 Mathew Marks: Part of index to Prince George County Wills and Administrations (1713-1800) John Robyson, Researchers Notes: This is the families of General James Randolph Robertons married to Charlotte Revees (Reaves & Rives) Israel Robyson Edward Robyson More to come on Your Bullock families They are tied to 137 files in the JJJDNA Library

    02/09/2013 07:16:58
    1. [NCWARREN] More on familes on Nutbush Creek
    2. I will try and explain better the known ties of families on Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek, The John Robinson-John Robertson families come off Christopher Robinson a lwnown land owner at Neck of Land and at Swift Creek. Per his son Christopher Robinson's land deeds we know that his fathers land was next to lands owned by one William hatcher the Immigrnat. Chrisopher RObinson #1 is invovled with Joseph Royal of Neck Of Land. THis is wheer we find one John Dods ( John Dodson) who was first brought to the Colonies by a sea Capt. CHristopher Newport who is of Yorkshire England. JOseph Royal was brought to the colonies by Alice Cox who was married and called ALice Edlow and Alice Boyce ( Boyse) Alice Boyce-ALice Edlow is a land owner by one Rice Hoe a reported Welshman. ALice Boyces brother is one William Cox of Arrowhattocks lands. ALice Edlow also owned lands in Arrowhattocks. Her familes will marry into the known families of RObert Minge also reported to be a Welshman. Rice Hoe A WElshman is a land owner on Wards Creek which was first known to be that lands Called Tappahanna, where John Dods ( John Dodson NEck of Land) was first awarded lands.Rice Hoe transported Edward Robinson the son of Christopher Robinson #1. Wards Creek is named for Capt. John Ward a Sea Captian. NEck of Land is where we find one Richard Johnson the Servant of William Ferrar of Lincolnshire England, whose familes are from Yorkshire England. Richard Johnson died in 1698 Henrico Co. Va Wards Creek is also the home of Merchant of England Captian Joseph Johnson, who was involved with Martins Brandon Plantation. of Note Wards Creek was first in Tappahanna Lands See part 2

    02/09/2013 07:14:27
    1. Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families
    2. Delores Thank You for the information I can not take credit for all the research as I am the Libarian for the JJJDNA website found on Rootsweb. I am also the Group Leader for the WHite Oak Group Of Johnson-Johnston researchers. We are over 80 Johnson-Johnston-Jonson-Jonse-Jonston etc. on the spelling researchers sharing infromation that we find that is docuemented. Too much bad information on Johnson and its spelings out there. I sort the Information coming in in several ways: First by the County the researchers find it, then by the waterway by River and then by Stream/Creek or Mountian the family of Johnson actual lived on as To many border and Parish line changed frequently in Virginia and in NC Once the Johnson is identified by a land or water way we then placed the people around them in a time order. So we re construct the whole Community. The below Bullocks have nmuerous interconnections to knwon Johnson-Johnston families in COlonial Virginia This John Bullock of Nut bush Creek in our files 1760 March 11: "Robert Mitchell, 465 acres in Granville C. in the Parish of St. John on the branches of little nut Bush Creek joining John Bullock, a Branch, John Brickel, and Harris's line OR:/S/Robt Mitchell. Wits: William Taylor, Phil Hawkins surveyed 15 Jan 1756 SCC: John Fondren, Richd Haregraves Sher Haywood D Sur" The Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, v.2: Patent Book 11 - Granville Co. 1931, p.443 OR = Original Record S = Signature SCC = Sworn Chain Carrier or chain bearer; http://members.aol.com/jogt/fondren.htm Notes: Robert Mitchell: Notes: John Bullock Notes: John Brickel: Notes Harris: Notes William Taylor: Notes: Phil Hawkins Sarah Johnston married John Hawkins on April 13, 1771, son of Philemon Hawkins and Sarah Smith: Philemon Hawkins: Residence: Berkeley Parish, Spotsylvania. Will: May 06, 1779, Spotsylvania Co., VA Of note is a Philemon Hawkins is of Nutbush Creek in Bute Co NC, Warren Co NC: This Hawkins line in Culpepper Co is reported coming off John Hakwins born 1643 and Mary Dewe: Then to John Hawkins and Mary Richards: Farthest back is John Hawkins and Joan Amados http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/y/l/David-G-Kyle/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0197.html John Hawkins and Mary Dewes sons are reported to be John Hawkins of the Culpepper-Spotsyvania Clan and his son Philemon Hawkins married to Anne Eleanor Howard is the Nut bush Creek Clan These Culpepper Co. Hawkins Families will be married into the raig Families of Orange and Culpepper Co Va.: A Smith Family of King and Queen Co the Nicholas Families and to a Willis family The Warren Co , Bute Co or Nutbush Creek branch of this family Philemon Hawkins is married to Delia Martin reported daughter of Zachariah Martin of Brunswick- Mecklenburg Co. Va.: This clan will includethe4 Len Henley Bullock families with ties into the Len Henley families of Terisha Johnston of Nut bush Creek. http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/y/l/David-G-Kyle/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0878.html 1760 June 5:-pg. #127 - Deed Bk. #D, pg. #27 - for 6-5-1760 a listing for Henry TRENT to Pinkothman Hawkins of Lunenburg Co., VA, for 100 pds., 400 acres in Granville Co., NC on Nut Bush Creek in Nat’l Norwood’s line. Witnesses of Reuben Searcy & John Fondren of Gr. Co., NC From- Abstracts of Early Deeds of Granville Co., NC, 1746-1765, by Zae H. Gwynn, 1993, Reprint Co., Spartanburg, SC, has on: Notes: Pinkotham Hawkins: Notes: Nathaniel Norwood: Notes Reuben Searcey: Notes John Fondren 1787 Jan.29, pg. 3 Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Warren Co., North Carolina Ordered that SAMUEL LEARY be appointed Overseer of a Road from the old County line to Nutbush Bridge and that he keep the same in repair with his own hands and LEONARD HENLY BULLOCK, LEONARD SIMS, ELIJAH (ELISHA) SIMS, WILLIAM SIMS, WILLIAM BULLOCK's Quarter, HOWELL MOSS, and SHERROD SIMS 1787 May 16 pg 16 Ordered that LEONARD SIMS be appointed Overseer of the road from Nutbush Road near the bridge to BURTON's Ferry Road, and that he keep the same in repair with the hands of ELISHA SIMS, WILLIAM SIMS, COL. WILLIAM BULLOCK's Quarter, SHERROD SIMS,, RICHARD WATKINS, *****NATHANIEL ROBERTSON*****, JAMES EARLES and JOHN MALONE 1794 Aug 24 Page 1. (A) Will of LEONARD SIMS. (Codicil 16 Feb. l794); Nov. Ct. 1804. Wife SARAH, Extrx. ; Sister SUSANNA SIMS (who has lived with him); oldest sons JOHN RICHARD & SWEPSON, Extrs.; Sons LEN HEN(D)LY, THOMAS, JOSEPH & HENRY (minors); Dtrs: JANE JEFFERS SIMS & SARAH SIMS; child in esse (?). Land devised: 282Y2 A. bought fr. BRUMFIELD RIDLEY on NES Reedy Br. adj. WILLIAM DODSON, THOMAS SIMS, Widow WILLIAMS, ELISHA SIMS & his own land; 500 A. in home plantation; 1,513 A. on E & NE the Reedy Br, adj. "my sister WILSON", JOHN HAREGROVES, WILLIAM SIMS, SIMON & ASHKENAS WILLIAMS; 189 A. on WS Nutbush Cr. Wit: JAMES BULLOCK (Jurat), AGNESS BULLOCK (Jurat)& NANCY BULLOCK (Jurat). Codicil names Dtr. SUSANNAH SIMS (child in esse? & will written 1793?) & refers to land on Reedy Br. bought fr. RICHARD BULLOCK, Extrs. of LEN. H. BULLOCK, dec'd. & HENRY PHIFER. Wit: RICHARD BULLOCK (Jurat), JOHN HARE, WILLIAM SIMS (Jurat) & ELISHA SIMS. uotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/09/2013 06:49:00
    1. Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families
    2. Deloris Williams
    3. I've seen Alice Edloe in the early VA patent books, you've done a lot of research connecting all of these people. I can tell you that Len/Leonard Henley Bullock was the son of Richard Bullock (ca 1690 New Kent, VA/1766 Granville Co.,VA) & Ann Henley; around 1753, Richard sold his lands in Hanover Co.,VA and moved to what was then Granville Co, along Nutbush Creek. According to records of the time, there was a lot of Indian trouble around Hanover and the Bullocks, as well as a number of other families, decided to sell their land and move to NC at that time, which was why there were so many from that area who then turned up in Granville in the 1750s. When Richard Bullock died in 1766, he named most of his children, and combined with his will and deeds, his children are shown to have been: Sarah Bullock, married John Sims, of Hanover Co., VA Ann Bullock, married John Van Dyke of Lunenburg Co.,VA; she was apparently already deceased by 1766. Agnes Bullock (ca 1720-1802), married twice, 1st to George Keeling (ca 1695-1759 Halifax Co.,NC); 2nd to John Williams (1731 Hanover, VA-1799 Granville, most often known as Judge John Williams, of Williamsboro, NC) Zachariah Bullock, never married, but moved to SC William Bullock, married twice, his first wife's name is only known as Unity ____; 2nd to Elizabeth Taylor, who had previously been married to a Col. James B. Lewis. John Bullock, married Mary Mitchell Susanna Bullock, married William Symes/Sims, of Brunswick Co., VA; moved to Columbia Co., GA. Agatha Bullock, married John Nuckles, and moved to SC. Nathaniel Bullock, married Mary Hawkins (dau/of John D. Hawkins & Mary Wyatt; this John Hawkins, b. 1720 VA;see more on this family below). Leonard Henley Bullock (, married twice, 1st to Fanny Hawkins (some say Delia Hawkins, but the Nov. 7, 1760 Granville Co. marriage record shows "Fanny"), 2nd to Susannah Martin Goodloe. Len Henley Bullock (1736-1797 Warren Co.,NC) held a lot of offices during his time, and was among the investors in the Transylvania Company venture when they obtained some 18,000 acres from the Cherokee tribe, and signed what was called the Treaty of Watauga in 1775, which was started by Col. Richard Henderson (1735-1785 Granville), along with many other prominent men from the Granville Co. area, which also included Judge John Williams (cousin of Henderson), Thomas Hart, Nathaniel Hart, David Hart, John Luttrell, William Johnston, & James Hogg. Note on HAWKINS Family: John D. Hawkins, b. 1720, was the son of Philemon Hawkins, b. ca 1695/d. 1725 King & Queen Co. VA, & Ann Eleanor Howard; Philemon & Eleanor were the parents of the Philemon Hawkins (1717-1801 Warren Co.,NC) who first settled in the mid-1730s in the Six Pound Creek area in what became Granville, then Bute, then Warren County. It is this Philemon Hawkins (b.1717) who you see in most of the early records of the area, and he was involved in much of the business of running the counties at various times, serving in many capacities, such as judge and sheriff; also, every generation descended from him has had several Philemons from almost every one of their children. There is a Philemon Hawkins Family Bible on the Warren County website, which apparently belonged to Philemon Hawkins (1752-1833), who was the son of Philemon (1717-1801); if you haven't seen it: http://www.ncgenweb.us/ncwarren/bibles/hawkins-p.htm and his will is also online: http://www.ncgenweb.us/ncwarren/wills/wills-indv/hawkins-phil.htm ==================== Deloris Williams -------------------------------------------------- From: <[email protected]> Sent: Friday, February 08, 2013 9:40 PM To: <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families > Deloris yes I am tracking a group of families that tie back to 1630 ERA > of Wards Creek in lands that were first Called Tappahanna Lands. THis > area became known as Weynoake Parish, then it is better known as > Westover Parish, Martins Brandon Plantations Powells Creek Plantation. >

    02/09/2013 09:43:20
    1. [NCWARREN] Len Henley to Nutbush Creek
    2. Tuckahoe Creek is where we find the Matching DNA of Descendants of Hudson Johnson-Hudson Ston and wife Agness both who died on Bartons Creek Dickson Co. Tn. One Michael Johnson died on Tuckahoe Creek in 1718 thre he was married to one Sarah Watson whose father was John Watson whose will was witnessed by Ben Hatcher and Benjamin Hatcher both knwon descendnats of WIlliam Hatcher of Swift Creek. Edward hatcer lived on Tuckahoe Creek as dis his brother in Law ? Ward Christopher Robinson per lands deeds lands was by Mr. Hatchers lands (when his sons sold lands) Christopher Robinons-Robertson off spring will be found in early Granville Co Deeds and deeds for Nutbush Creek in Brunswick Co Va. 1734 March 17, Richard Wade of Goochland County, planter, conveyed to Leonard Henley of Blissland Parish, James City County, for one year, for 5 shillings sterling, 202 acres on Little Tuckahoe Creek and lying in both Goochland and Henrico Counties. The boundaries were in a flat valley near the hed of Little Drinkinghole Creek, a small branch on the west side of Little Tuckahoe Creek in Goochland County, next to Thomas Hardin, on the north side of the same branch in Henrico County and on the west side of Little Tuckahoe Creek in Goochland County. On the following day a subsequent deed for the same purpose involved another payment of 10 pounds, 10 shillings. Goochland County, Virginia, Deed Book 2, Pages 65-66 http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/e/v/a/Mary-A-Evans/GENE1-0006.html Thomas Hardin 1) Bethenia HARDIN * (b.1719-Henrico Co,VA d.Aft 1762-Breckinridge Co.,KY.) | sp: Col. Nicholas PERKINS * (b.1718-Albemarle Co.,VA m.1738 d.1762-"Berry Hill" Plantation,Halifax County,VA) 2) Mary HARDIN married Edward THOMAS. On May 17, 1729, Thomas Harding of Verina Parish, Henrico County, VA, deeded Edward Thomas (his son-in-law) of St. James Parish, Goochland co., VA, 60 acres on the East Branch of Tuckahoe Creek at Drinking Hole Branch. 3) William HARDIN (b.23 Feb 1719/1720-Henrico Co,VA d.1768-Goochland,Virginia) | sp: Edith COX | sp: Sarah LA FORCE (b.Abt 1725 m.7 Nov 1748 d.Abt 1797-Goochland County,VA) 4) Susannah/Sarah HARDIN (b.Abt 1721 d.Mar 1817-Amherst,Albemarle Co.,VA) | sp: Capt. Charles ELLIS of "Red Hill" (b.Abt 1719-Henrico Co,VA m.1739 d.4 May 1759-Albemarle Co.,VA) 5) Thomas HARDIN , Jr. (b.1731-Pittsylvania Co.,VA d.Bef 1781-Lunenburg County,VA) | sp: Phoebe BEASLEY (b.1731 d.1781-Lunenburg County,VA). They had 9 children. http://oursoutherncousins.com/hardin.html

    02/09/2013 07:25:48
    1. [NCWARREN] Len Henley Land owner at Byrd Creek and Tuckahoe Creek
    2. 1745 Sept 20 Leonard Henley: Goochland County 400 acres on both side and near the head branch of the BYRD CREEK called Phills Creek: Source Land Office Patents # 22 1743-1745 volume 1 and 2 pg 509 reel 20 Libray of Virginia archives Section THOMAS HENLEY, who came to Lower Norfolk (or Princess Anne, which was once the same) married, possibly a Reynolds, daughter of KLIZA REYNOLDS (b. 1619) who was a widow and 41 years old in 1658. They had a son REYNOLDS HENLEY to whom a patent was issued in JAMES CITY COUNTY, which had been due by on assignment from THOMAS HOLLIDAY, who had come to NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY with the HENLEY emigrants, as heretofore related. Thereafter, on October 26, 1694, this Reynolds Honley lands was patented to his son LEONARD HENLEY. And that is where our present HENLEY FAMILY of Virginia, begins. This LEONARD HENLEY, who obtained his James City lands by patent in 1694, and/or his descendants shortly thereafter, probably removed to NEW KENT COUNTY, where they joined their relatives and former associates, the KEELINGS, BULLOCKS, FLEMINGS,Wingfields and RICHARDSONS, and there they took on more kin -the DANDRIDGES. http://greend.com/mayo_to_henley.htm Notes: David Thomas & Richard Macubins Jul 1662 N side Coxes Cr & running toward land of William Johnson. Granted Chambly May 1654, assigned to John Henly, who assigned back to Richd Chambly, who assigned to William Johnson, by him to Richard Stephens & by him to above CPv1 Hezekiah Henley born 1580 England Thomas Henly abt 1610 England married Elizabeth Reynolds abt 1615 born; possible married to Susannah Turner Reynolds Henly born 1635 VA died 1695 Va: married to a Keeling: married to Susannah Turner (Notes John Henley how connected to Leonard Henley on Byrd Creek and to Terisha Johnston families) Notes: LEONARD HENLEY marr to Elizabeth Richardson on Mar 1723 James City County: He died Oct 1761in New Kent Co. Va. Notes: 1744 March 15 Leonard Henley: Goochland County, 30 acres on TUCKAHOE CREEK, Source Land Office Patents # 22 1743-1745 volume 1 and 2 pg 220 on reel 20: Library of Virginia Archives Section Notes: 1745 Sept 20 Henrico County: Leonard Henley: Grantee: 130 acres begg. At John Martins corned on the county lin, thence & C. crossing Drinking Hole Run: Source Land Office Patents # 22 1743-1745 volume 1 nad 2 pg 544 on reel 20 Library of Virginia Archives According to an article in the [UL:William & Mary Quarterly:UL], (Vol. 5, P 38, Vol. 3, p. 65) Leonard was granted 300 acres on Oct. 26, 1694, in James City Co.,, 175 acres of which as the heir to his father, Reynolds Henly. His children included Martha, Major Richardson, Leonard, Margaret, Cornelius Turner, Mary Elizabeth, William, Rebecca, Samuel?, Henrietta, and Ann, who m. Richard Bullock Leonard Henley born abt 1672 in James City County was maried to Elizabeth Richardson their children Nance Anne Henley married Richard Bullock 1710 Blisland Park New Kent Co. Va. She died 1768 Granville Co. NC: Richard Bullock died 1766 Granville Co. NC: he is reported to be son of Edward Bullock and Sarah Dalby or Dalby Martha Henley: married William Drummond Leonard Henley in 1761 owned lands on Tuckahoe Creek married Elizabeth Brown Margaret Henley married John Randolph or Randolf Cornelius Turner Henley married Unknown Mary Elizabeth Henley born 1733 New Kent County Va married to William Hamner: She died at Dec 25 1787 St. Anne's Parish Albemarle Co. Va. He is reported to be the son of Hicholas Hamner 3rd of James City Co. to Nicholas Hamner 2nd of York Co. to Nicholas Hamne and wife Joana born abt 1640 in New Poquosin Parish York Co. Va. died in james City Co. Va, he is reported to be from Wales. William Henley married Mary Osbourne: She is reported to be daughter of Thomas Osborne and Mary Margaret Jones of Prince Willim Co. Va. Rebecca Henley abt 1735 married Philemon Woodward Henrietta Henley married Richard Henderson Richardson Henley (?) married Sarah Dyer Samuel Henley (?) Notes: 1759 May 12: William Hamner; Albemarle County Va: 192 acres on both sides of Hardware River: Source Land Office Patents # 34, 1756-1765 pg 241 on reels 33-34: Library of Virginia Archives Section Notes: 1773 March 1: William Hamner; Albemarle County Va: 170 acres on both sides of the North Fork of Hardware Rivers: Source Land Office Patents # 41 1772-1773 pg 184 on reel 40: Library of Virginia Archives Section Notes: See Terisha Johnston married to Susannah Tuner, this is Susannah Turners Family ( the Henleys): Len Henley Johnson died in Humphreys Co. Tn. Children of Henrieta Henley and Richard Henderson: Samuel Henderson James Henderson Nathaniel Henderson Mary Henderson married Philip Thurman born April 2 1704 in New Kent Hanover Co. Va. Henrietta Henderson NOTES HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO JAMES HENDERSON PATRICK OF HUMPHREYS COUNTY TEN. AND John B. Patrick born 1805 NC Children of Marah Sarah Henderson and Philip Thurman Benjamin Thurmond born 1736 in Goochland Co. St. James Parish John Thurmond b. 1738 Goochland Co. Va Philip Thurmond b 1740 Albemarle Co. Va Elizabeth Thurmond: abt 1741 in Albemarle Co. Va Thomas Thurmond abt 1743 in Goochland Co. Va. Ann Thurmond born 1744 Albemarle Co William Thurmond Oct. 1745 Goochland Co. Notes: Philip Thurman is reported to be the son of Richard T. Thurman born 1680 New Kent Co. and Mary Brooks and he is son of Edward Thurman born 1660 of Accomack Co. Va. who is son of John Thurman Notes: I NEED TO FIND THE THURMOND-THURMAN CONNECTION IN BEDFORD AND CAMPBELL CO. Va coonection to Michael Johnson: Thomas Thurman married Mary Polly Spencer: Thomas Thurman is son of William Thurman Sr. and Macarinna Mackey Thurman: To Philip Bennet Thurmand and wife to Mary Sarah HENDERSON: LOL that was to eaasy: Children of Cornelius Turner Henley married Unknown

    02/09/2013 07:18:43
    1. [NCWARREN] BYrd Creek Familes of Va tied to Nutbush Creek Len HEnley
    2. Parts of Len Henley families will first go to the Rockfish River in ALbermalre Co ( Now Amherst and Nelson Co Va) then ont to Nutbush Creek as thye intermarried into the Terisha Turner familes of Rockfish River. THis Len Henly familes will also be the Len Henly Bullock Families and the Len Henley Sims families of Warren Co NC 1745 Sept 20 Leonard Henley: Goochland County 400 acres on both side and near the head branch of the BYRD CREEK called Phills Creek: Source Land Office Patents # 22 1743-1745 volume 1 and 2 pg 509 reel 20 Libray of Virginia archives Section THOMAS HENLEY, who came to Lower Norfolk (or Princess Anne, which was once the same) married, possibly a Reynolds, daughter of KLIZA REYNOLDS (b. 1619) who was a widow and 41 years old in 1658. They had a son REYNOLDS HENLEY to whom a patent was issued in JAMES CITY COUNTY, which had been due by on assignment from THOMAS HOLLIDAY, who had come to NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY with the HENLEY emigrants, as heretofore related. Thereafter, on October 26, 1694, this Reynolds Honley lands was patented to his son LEONARD HENLEY. And that is where our present HENLEY FAMILY of Virginia, begins. This LEONARD HENLEY, who obtained his James City lands by patent in 1694, and/or his descendants shortly thereafter, probably removed to NEW KENT COUNTY, where they joined their relatives and former associates, the KEELINGS, BULLOCKS, FLEMINGS,Wingfields and RICHARDSONS, and there they took on more kin -the DANDRIDGES. http://greend.com/mayo_to_henley.htm Notes: David Thomas & Richard Macubins Jul 1662 N side Coxes Cr & running toward land of William Johnson. Granted Chambly May 1654, assigned to John Henly, who assigned back to Richd Chambly, who assigned to William Johnson, by him to Richard Stephens & by him to above CPv1 Hezekiah Henley born 1580 England Thomas Henly abt 1610 England married Elizabeth Reynolds abt 1615 born; possible married to Susannah Turner Reynolds Henly born 1635 VA died 1695 Va: married to a Keeling: married to Susannah Turner (Notes John Henley how connected to Leonard Henley on Byrd Creek and to Terisha Johnston families) Notes: LEONARD HENLEY marr to Elizabeth Richardson on Mar 1723 James City County: He died Oct 1761in New Kent Co. Va. Notes: 1744 March 15 Leonard Henley: Goochland County, 30 acres on TUCKAHOE CREEK, Source Land Office Patents # 22 1743-1745 volume 1 and 2 pg 220 on reel 20: Library of Virginia Archives Section Notes: 1745 Sept 20 Henrico County: Leonard Henley: Grantee: 130 acres begg. At John Martins corned on the county lin, thence & C. crossing Drinking Hole Run: Source Land Office Patents # 22 1743-1745 volume 1 nad 2 pg 544 on reel 20 Library of Virginia Archives According to an article in the [UL:William & Mary Quarterly:UL], (Vol. 5, P 38, Vol. 3, p. 65) Leonard was granted 300 acres on Oct. 26, 1694, in James City Co.,, 175 acres of which as the heir to his father, Reynolds Henly. His children included Martha, Major Richardson, Leonard, Margaret, Cornelius Turner, Mary Elizabeth, William, Rebecca, Samuel?, Henrietta, and Ann, who m. Richard Bullock Leonard Henley born abt 1672 in James City County was maried to Elizabeth Richardson their children Nance Anne Henley married Richard Bullock 1710 Blisland Park New Kent Co. Va. She died 1768 Granville Co. NC: Richard Bullock died 1766 Granville Co. NC: he is reported to be son of Edward Bullock and Sarah Dalby or Dalby Martha Henley: married William Drummond Leonard Henley in 1761 owned lands on Tuckahoe Creek married Elizabeth Brown Margaret Henley married John Randolph or Randolf Cornelius Turner Henley married Unknown Mary Elizabeth Henley born 1733 New Kent County Va married to William Hamner: She died at Dec 25 1787 St. Anne's Parish Albemarle Co. Va. He is reported to be the son of Hicholas Hamner 3rd of James City Co. to Nicholas Hamner 2nd of York Co. to Nicholas Hamne and wife Joana born abt 1640 in New Poquosin Parish York Co. Va. died in james City Co. Va, he is reported to be from Wales. William Henley married Mary Osbourne: She is reported to be daughter of Thomas Osborne and Mary Margaret Jones of Prince Willim Co. Va. Rebecca Henley abt 1735 married Philemon Woodward Henrietta Henley married Richard Henderson Richardson Henley (?) married Sarah Dyer Samuel Henley (?) Notes: 1759 May 12: William Hamner; Albemarle County Va: 192 acres on both sides of Hardware River: Source Land Office Patents # 34, 1756-1765 pg 241 on reels 33-34: Library of Virginia Archives Section Notes: 1773 March 1: William Hamner; Albemarle County Va: 170 acres on both sides of the North Fork of Hardware Rivers: Source Land Office Patents # 41 1772-1773 pg 184 on reel 40: Library of Virginia Archives Section Notes: See Terisha Johnston married to Susannah Tuner, this is Susannah Turners Family ( the Henleys): Len Henley Johnson died in Humphreys Co. Tn. Children of Henrieta Henley and Richard Henderson: Samuel Henderson James Henderson Nathaniel Henderson Mary Henderson married Philip Thurman born April 2 1704 in New Kent Hanover Co. Va. Henrietta Henderson NOTES HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO JAMES HENDERSON PATRICK OF HUMPHREYS COUNTY TEN. AND John B. Patrick born 1805 NC Children of Marah Sarah Henderson and Philip Thurman Benjamin Thurmond born 1736 in Goochland Co. St. James Parish John Thurmond b. 1738 Goochland Co. Va Philip Thurmond b 1740 Albemarle Co. Va Elizabeth Thurmond: abt 1741 in Albemarle Co. Va Thomas Thurmond abt 1743 in Goochland Co. Va. Ann Thurmond born 1744 Albemarle Co William Thurmond Oct. 1745 Goochland Co. Notes: Philip Thurman is reported to be the son of Richard T. Thurman born 1680 New Kent Co. and Mary Brooks and he is son of Edward Thurman born 1660 of Accomack Co. Va. who is son of John Thurman Notes: I NEED TO FIND THE THURMOND-THURMAN CONNECTION IN BEDFORD AND CAMPBELL CO. Va coonection to Michael Johnson: Thomas Thurman married Mary Polly Spencer: Thomas Thurman is son of William Thurman Sr. and Macarinna Mackey Thurman: To Philip Bennet Thurmand and wife to Mary Sarah HENDERSON: LOL that was to eaasy: Children of Cornelius Turner Henley married Unknown Leonard Henley born abt 1750, James City Co. Va. he married Elizabeth Dandridge, daughter of John Dandridge and Francis Orlando Jones, John Dandridge is son of John or William Dandridge of London and Bridget Drugdael: Franic Orlandon Jones is the daughter of Orlando Jones and Martha Macon, then to Rowland Jones Subnote on this Lines: Martha Dandridge b. June 2 1731 first wife of Daniel Parke Custis ( Curtis) and 2nd to George Washington b Feb 1732 married George Washington Jan 6, 1759 St. Peter's Church in New Kent Co. Va. Children of Ann Henley and Richard Bullock: Agness Bullock abt 1732 married Nathaniel Simms: son of John Simms and Rebecca, then to Edward Simms and of New Kent Co of St. Peters Parish and Mary Bruster; Then to George Simms and Elizabeth Sherwood: Then to George Symes and Dorothy Eeverard SUBNOTES: JOHN Sims married Sarah Winston daughter of Isaac Winston and Mary Dabney she remarried one John Henry and begot Patrick Henry who married Sarah Sheldon and next Dorothea Spotswood Dandridge Winston, who is the daughter of Colonel Nathaniel West Dandridge and Dorothea Spotswood, who is from William Dandridge and Unity West.

    02/09/2013 07:13:52
    1. Re: [NCWARREN] John Laughter
    2. P nelson
    3. Thanks for the info.  I am always interested in anything on John Laughter and related families.  I took a quick look and thought that the info was minimum and then started clicking on the links and found a wealth of information. In a book that I found in Warren County, it mentioned the John Laughter house but I have not been able to find where his estate was located. Thanks very much for sending me the information. Pat Nelson --- On Sat, 2/9/13, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote: From: [email protected] <[email protected]> Subject: [NCWARREN] John Laughter To: [email protected] Date: Saturday, February 9, 2013, 2:25 AM Interesting I wrote an e-mail on the John Robinson-John Robertson families that I am following, but I gues I got to winded on it and it did not go thru as it was too long. In Our files at the JJJDNA Library we have a fwe entries for a John Laughter This information below is from our NC John_Robinson files and his familes that we are following: THis John Robinson-John Robertson is reported the Off Spring of one Christopher Robinson who was a land owner at Neck Of Land and on Swift Creek.  ( See Johnson and Allied familes of Swift Creek) Christopher Robinson was involved with Jospeh Royall of NEck of Land. ( See Johnson and alliedfamiles of NEck Of Land) Joseph Royall was transported by One Alice EDLOW (she also had another marriage) Alice Edlow and her family were lands owners at Wards Creek ( First reffered to as tappahana Lands) ANd she owned lands by Rice Hoe a WElshman who owned lands on Wards Creek. The Edlow families are also intermarried to another reported Welsh Family of Robert Minge. ( See Johnson and allied familes of wards Creek; See Johnson and Allied familes of tappahanna) Rice Hoe a welshman transported the son of Christopher Robinson one Edward Robinson. I believe this Hawkins familes comes off of the Knwon Hawkins families of Byrd Creek ( Named for the WIlliam Byrd Familes of WEstover Parish which was first Known as WEynoake Parish) The very first William Byrd age 13 was a servant of the MErriman Familes whose lands were first on Wards Creek. ( see Library of Virginia Deeds) Byrd Creek is part of the Tuckahoe Creek waterway wehre the William Randolph of Turkey Creek Familes owned lots of Lands (Wiliam Randolph is aknown Welsh and Norman family off SIr Humphrey De Bohun and Princess ? Plantagenet) 1780 Page 14   Friday    February 18 th 1780 Present: William Johnson , Philemon Hawkins , Thomas Turner , and Young McLemore , Esquires.   Ordered that the Sheriff sell the Estate of John Twitty , deceased, on the 17 th of March next.   The Inventory of the Estate of John Twitty , deceased, was returned by his Administrator on oath and ordered to be recorded.   Jurors to attend the next Superior Court at Halifax (to wit) Benjamin Ward , Herbert Haynes , Thomas Miller , Matthew Myrick , and Green Duke .   Jurors to attend at next Court (to wit) John Hawkins Jr ., Nathaniel Macon , John Power , James House , Jesse Jinkins , Isaac Hunter , William Myrick , Jesse Person , William Jean , James Johnson , Nathaniel Baxter , Matthew Wood , John Laughter , Edward Sims , Twitty Russell , James Emmerson , Matthew Davis , Francis Thornton , Urbane Nicholson , Edward  Holleman , William Noyal Norsworthy , John Bobbitt , Charles Darnal , John Green , John Willis , James Sledge , John Brown , Reece Brewer , James Thompson , and Wilmot Egerton .   Morris Pardue  made oath to his account for attendance, as a witness, for John Alston  against Thomas Eaton , Esquire, amounting to £24.0. http://www.lofthouse.com/warren/history/minutes2.htm *************************************** Visit the NCGenWeb Warren County website: http://www.ncgenweb.us/ncwarren/ Visit the Warren County threaded Archives: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/index/NCWARREN ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/09/2013 06:58:50
    1. [NCWARREN] John Laughter
    2. Interesting I wrote an e-mail on the John Robinson-John Robertson families that I am following, but I gues I got to winded on it and it did not go thru as it was too long. In Our files at the JJJDNA Library we have a fwe entries for a John Laughter This information below is from our NC John_Robinson files and his familes that we are following: THis John Robinson-John Robertson is reported the Off Spring of one Christopher Robinson who was a land owner at Neck Of Land and on Swift Creek. ( See Johnson and Allied familes of Swift Creek) Christopher Robinson was involved with Jospeh Royall of NEck of Land. ( See Johnson and alliedfamiles of NEck Of Land) Joseph Royall was transported by One Alice EDLOW (she also had another marriage) Alice Edlow and her family were lands owners at Wards Creek ( First reffered to as tappahana Lands) ANd she owned lands by Rice Hoe a WElshman who owned lands on Wards Creek. The Edlow families are also intermarried to another reported Welsh Family of Robert Minge. ( See Johnson and allied familes of wards Creek; See Johnson and Allied familes of tappahanna) Rice Hoe a welshman transported the son of Christopher Robinson one Edward Robinson. I believe this Hawkins familes comes off of the Knwon Hawkins families of Byrd Creek ( Named for the WIlliam Byrd Familes of WEstover Parish which was first Known as WEynoake Parish) The very first William Byrd age 13 was a servant of the MErriman Familes whose lands were first on Wards Creek. ( see Library of Virginia Deeds) Byrd Creek is part of the Tuckahoe Creek waterway wehre the William Randolph of Turkey Creek Familes owned lots of Lands (Wiliam Randolph is aknown Welsh and Norman family off SIr Humphrey De Bohun and Princess ? Plantagenet) 1780 Page 14 Friday February 18 th 1780 Present: William Johnson , Philemon Hawkins , Thomas Turner , and Young McLemore , Esquires. Ordered that the Sheriff sell the Estate of John Twitty , deceased, on the 17 th of March next. The Inventory of the Estate of John Twitty , deceased, was returned by his Administrator on oath and ordered to be recorded. Jurors to attend the next Superior Court at Halifax (to wit) Benjamin Ward , Herbert Haynes , Thomas Miller , Matthew Myrick , and Green Duke . Jurors to attend at next Court (to wit) John Hawkins Jr ., Nathaniel Macon , John Power , James House , Jesse Jinkins , Isaac Hunter , William Myrick , Jesse Person , William Jean , James Johnson , Nathaniel Baxter , Matthew Wood , John Laughter , Edward Sims , Twitty Russell , James Emmerson , Matthew Davis , Francis Thornton , Urbane Nicholson , Edward Holleman , William Noyal Norsworthy , John Bobbitt , Charles Darnal , John Green , John Willis , James Sledge , John Brown , Reece Brewer , James Thompson , and Wilmot Egerton . Morris Pardue made oath to his account for attendance, as a witness, for John Alston against Thomas Eaton , Esquire, amounting to £24.0. http://www.lofthouse.com/warren/history/minutes2.htm

    02/08/2013 07:25:21
    1. Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families
    2. Deloris yes I am tracking a group of families that tie back to 1630 ERA of Wards Creek in lands that were first Called Tappahanna Lands. THis area became known as Weynoake Parish, then it is better known as Westover Parish, Martins Brandon Plantations Powells Creek Plantation. Christopher Robinson-Christopher RObertson who died on lands of Swift Creek was a land owner at Neck of Land ( Per Joseph Royalls information) Christopher Robinson's son Edward Robsinson was transported by one Rice Hoe a known Welshman. Rice Hoe was a land ownere by the ALice Edloe Families whose family was the Edloe Plantation in St. Peters Parish in 1698. Rice Hoe was a land owner at Wards Creek along with another of the Allied families of The Robinson families of Nutbush Creek. on ? Marks. Now in backing up a littel here John Dods ( John Dodson) his first lands were awarded in the Tappahann region of Virginia. IN studying the land deeds you will find this was also Capt. John Martins lands ( Martin Brandon)and a Capt. Powells lands. John Dods after the massacre is found at NEck of Land with Joseph Royall who was transported by one ALice Edloewhose first husband eludes me right now but I have it in the files ( Johnson and allied families of Wards Creek) These families I beleive are CLANS who came to Virginia any way they could then re connected to each other Moving together and intermarrying. The Kendrick Families coming off Col. Arthur ALlen and wife ALice Tucker are my lines of Cousins. The Dr. Robert Williamson married one Joan Allen: This will become the Mayo families who will move onto Byrd Creek of the Tuckahoe Waterway System. Then they become the Matlock Families. The Tuckahoe Waterway involves one William Randolph a large land owner on this waterway> William Randolph descends from a Welsh-Norman Family of Sir Humphreys De Bohun and wife Princess Plantagenet. Tuckahoe Creek is wheer we will find my Matching DNA of Johnson-Johnston in one Michael Johnson who was married to Sarah Watson: Her father John Watson's will was witnessed by Ben Hatcher a known descendant of one William Hatcher the Immigrant of Swift Creek ( Where we find the Christopher Robinson families) Now Dr. RObert Williamson family coming off the Kendrick will marry into the above Robinson families: ( I also descend from these lines of Col. Arthur Allen and wife ALice Tucker toDr. Robert Williamson) John Robinson the reported fore father of General James Randolph Robertson will be found in early Prince George Deeds, then in Brunswick Co deeds with lands on Nutbush Creek. Then John Robinson lands will go into Lunenburg Co when it forms. Then John Robinson and his Kendrick cousins will be found in a Militia list in Granville NC. John Robinson will move to six pound Creek of NC, then further south where he died and his lands are in Johnston and wke Co NC Son James Randolph Robertson will move from Johnston and wake County NC to lands of Big Creek in what is then Washington Co. NC ( Now lands are in Hawkins Co TN) From here he and wife Charlotte Reeves ( See her lineage for inner connecting fmailes) plan the trip with Col. John Donelson ( somes times spelled Donaldson) Now My HUdson Johnston and wife Agness are found on the Smith-Irvine River on an area called Buffalo Creek in 1776-1782. THis area was lands sold by The Randolph families and the Byrd Families> The first William Byrd to the colonies came at age 13 as theservant of ? Merriman whose lands were awarded on Wards Creek. My hhudson Johnson will move with one Rev. Thomas Murrell whose families came off a Thomas Murrell Sr and wife Elizabeth Oiliver ( Surry Co Olivers) they moved to Byrd Creek in era of 1730. Then their off spring are found in lands of Lunenburg Co. Rev. THomas Murrell lead settlers to the Big Creek settlement, as did one Col. John Matlock. ( Matlocks came off Byrd Creek Johnson and allied familes I descend from these Matlocks) This is where Hudson Johnston in 1783 bought his lands from Stockley Donelson ( Dnnaldson) son of Col. John Donaldsonthese lands were on Big Creek Washington Co NC. Shortend this Hudson Johnston-Johnson and wife Agness moved in 1803 to lands on Bartons Creek (Now DIckson Co. Tn) where one General James Randolph Robertson owned the Iron Furnace on Bartons Creek of the harpeth River. Now we know that one Len Henley Bullock and one Len Henly Simms are involved in the Nutbush CCreek Johnson and alliedf amiles off John Johnson whose lands in 1793 ERA were sold by Terisha Johnston, one Stephen Johnson and one John Johnson. These lands on Nutbush Creek were purchased from John Robinson ( father of general James Randolph Robertson) when the land deeds were in Brunswick Co and then in Lunenburg Co. Terisha Johnston lines will be on Len Henley Johnson of Humphreys Co. Tn a land owner on Hurricane Creek by knkown descendants of my HUdson Johnson families. Lots more I can add to this: Terisha Turner familes are the Len Henley familes coming off Byrd Creek and Tuckahoe Creek. Tony On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 10:30 AM, Deloris Williams wrote: > Pat, there is also the Worth S. Ray map which is similar to this one, > but it is clearer, with locations numbered and includes a key to the > names on the bottom of the map. I think these maps were drawn with > specific groups of families as the subjects, but if you know of any of > the names or waterways included in deeds or wills with the persons you > are seeking, you might get an idea of at least the area where they > were living. As a matter of fact, that is the case for just about any > map, which also seems to be what Tony, the original poster of the > message, is doing, and is a great way to track families. > > http://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/ncmaps/id/3419/rec/2 > > > Deloris > > > > -------------------------------------------------- > From: "P nelson" <[email protected]> > Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 4:31 PM > To: <[email protected]> > Subject: Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families > >> Deloris, I have heard of giving a kitten a thread to keep him busy, >> you have found a way to keep me busy. I think I covered the map from >> one edge to another, I was happy to find the old Bailey place but I >> did not find the John Laughter place. I know he was friends with >> Nathaniel Macon and expected to find it in that area, but did not. >> Thanks for sending the link, I was extremely pleased to see the >> details. >> Pat Nelson > > > *************************************** > Visit the NCGenWeb Warren County website: > http://www.ncgenweb.us/ncwarren/ > > Visit the Warren County threaded Archives: > http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/index/NCWARREN > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/08/2013 03:40:35
    1. Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families
    2. Deloris Williams
    3. You're welcome, Tony. Deloris -------------------------------------------------- From: <[email protected]> Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 4:01 PM To: <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families > > Thank You for the map > > Tony > > On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 12:11 PM, Deloris Williams wrote: > >> There is a very good historical map among the UNC Chapel Hill Digital >> Collection that covers Granville, Bute, Warren, Franklin & Vance >> Counties, overlayed with the names & locations of families who lived >> in the area from 1741-1931. Nutbush Creek is represented in the upper >> central portion under the word "Virginia", running North/South >> between Townsville & Nutbush Townships, and using the controls to >> enlarge the image and by moving the image around with your mouse, one >> can see many details of the waterways and the families and other >> structures along the route. The map is here: >> >> http://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/ncmaps/id/3569 >> >> >> >> Deloris Williams

    02/08/2013 05:49:40
    1. Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families
    2. Deloris Williams
    3. Pat, there is also the Worth S. Ray map which is similar to this one, but it is clearer, with locations numbered and includes a key to the names on the bottom of the map. I think these maps were drawn with specific groups of families as the subjects, but if you know of any of the names or waterways included in deeds or wills with the persons you are seeking, you might get an idea of at least the area where they were living. As a matter of fact, that is the case for just about any map, which also seems to be what Tony, the original poster of the message, is doing, and is a great way to track families. http://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/ncmaps/id/3419/rec/2 Deloris -------------------------------------------------- From: "P nelson" <[email protected]> Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 4:31 PM To: <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families > Deloris, I have heard of giving a kitten a thread to keep him busy, you > have found a way to keep me busy. I think I covered the map from one edge > to another, I was happy to find the old Bailey place but I did not find > the John Laughter place. I know he was friends with Nathaniel Macon and > expected to find it in that area, but did not. > Thanks for sending the link, I was extremely pleased to see the details. > Pat Nelson

    02/08/2013 05:30:12
    1. Re: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families
    2. Thank You for the map Tony On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 12:11 PM, Deloris Williams wrote: > There is a very good historical map among the UNC Chapel Hill Digital > Collection that covers Granville, Bute, Warren, Franklin & Vance > Counties, overlayed with the names & locations of families who lived > in the area from 1741-1931. Nutbush Creek is represented in the upper > central portion under the word "Virginia", running North/South > between Townsville & Nutbush Townships, and using the controls to > enlarge the image and by moving the image around with your mouse, one > can see many details of the waterways and the families and other > structures along the route. The map is here: > > http://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/ncmaps/id/3569 > > > > Deloris Williams > > > > -------------------------------------------------- > From: <[email protected]> > Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 11:51 AM > To: <[email protected]> > Subject: [NCWARREN] Nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek Families > >> >> I am collecting and logging information on families that lived on >> Nutbush Creek and its interconnecting waterway of Grassey Creek. I >> have >> a large data base already; espeically on the Turner-Johnston families >> of >> Nutbush Creek which at one time deeds are found in Brunswick Co Va, >> and >> then to Lunenburg Co and then I find people in Granville Co NC deeds >> prior to Bute CO Being formed, then I find deeds in MEcklenburg Co Va >> and in Warren Co NC> >> >> Alos I could use information on How many waterways are or was >> connected >> to Nutbush Creek? Ithink most of this is now underwater in a Dam >> >> I Will be glad to share our collective information already on file >> Thanks Tony >> >> Notes of Interest: Lenoard Henley families coming off Byrd Creek in >> HEnrico Co Va. ( Len Henley Bullock of Granville Co and Len Henley >> Johnston of MEcklenburg CO. to Tn to Humphreys Co. Tn families) >> >> Notes: Of Interest the Kendrick families married to Off Spring of Dr. >> Robert Williamson and Wife JOane Allen: several interesting crosses >> here >> one is to Mayo families who move to Byrd Creek and intermarry with >> Matlock Families: >> The Kendricks are also the families off Christopher Roberston >> (Robinson) >> land owner at NEck of Land and Swift Creek Va. these families of >> Kendrick will also marry into a John Patrick Family in Mecklenburg Co >> but these Kendricks will be found in Early Granville Co Deeds and >> records ( See below) >> >> Notes Of Interest on the Gideon Johnston of Dan River as his families >> on >> Grassey Creek are one William Allen >> >> 1740 Oct 6 Phillip Roberts of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick CO.Va. >> sells >> 150 acres on the South Side of Roanoke River and mouth of Grassy >> Creek >> for 15 pounds to Samuel Hudson of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick Co.: >> Witnessess: William Poole, John Ballard: Brunswick Co. Va Deed Book >> 2 >> page 131 >> >> Phillip Roberts >> >> 1754 Oct 8: Muster Roll of the Regiment in Granville County under the >> command of Col. William Eaton as taken at a General Muster of the >> said >> Regiment 8 October 1754 William Person Lieut. Col. >> James Paine Major >> >> NC Granville Co Capt. Richard Coleman's Company: Phillip Roberts; >> other >> names in this list of interest are Israel Robinson, Ensign Mathew >> Robinson, Serjt Israel Robinson Jun. John Miller Jonathan Johnson >> Robert >> Ashley Daniel King Robert King Charles King John King George King >> Jesse >> Miller Robert Callier Isaac Johnson William Hutchins Giles Carter >> Thomas >> Ballard Nicholas Robinson Richard Ballard Charles Edwards John >> Robinson >> John Kendrick Thomas Johnson John Hawkins >> >> 1793: Wake Co NC Insolvents allowed for Phillip Roberts 1 poll Capt. >> King’s >> >> *************************************** >> Visit the NCGenWeb Warren County website: >> http://www.ncgenweb.us/ncwarren/ >> >> Visit the Warren County threaded Archives: >> http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/index/NCWARREN >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >> quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > *************************************** > Visit the NCGenWeb Warren County website: > http://www.ncgenweb.us/ncwarren/ > > Visit the Warren County threaded Archives: > http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/index/NCWARREN > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/07/2013 10:01:31