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    1. Re: [NCWARREN] NCWARREN Aycock Family
    2. From the files Johnson and Allied familes Of Swift Creek Which is in Granville Co. is found this Aycock 1763 Jan 1 Johnston Aycock, 330, No. __ 70-J On north side of Swift creek, beginning at a post oak Johnston County, NC - Granville & Johnston County Land Grants Johnston Aycock On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 11:09 AM, Anne Scholz wrote: > With all the discussions of the "creeks" in Granville County, does > anyone have any Aycock Families listed in the area? Am interested in > the Abner Aycock family from Granville and Warren Counties. One > source was listed but I received a "Not Found Page". > > Thanks for any help you may provide. > > > Anne > On Feb 28, 2013, at 12:00 AM, [email protected] wrote: > >> >> >> Today's Topics: >> >> 1. Johnson and Allied familes ragland, Bunch, Allin, Hunt, >> reeves, Robinson, Robertson ([email protected]) >> >> >> >> ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >> >> Message: 1 >> Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2013 19:42:30 -0500 (EST) >> From: [email protected] >> Subject: [NCWARREN] Johnson and Allied familes ragland, Bunch, Allin, >> Hunt, reeves, Robinson, Robertson >> To: [email protected], [email protected], >> [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] >> Message-ID: <[email protected]> >> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8; format=flowed >> >> >> try and explain NC Grassy Creek connections >> >> This is where the Stepehen Ragland families ended up Tha were by >> Thomas >> Johnson of Hanover Co Va. >> This is where the Bunch familes ended up: The Bunch familes of John >> Bunch, his son Paul Bunch of Thomas Johnson of Grassy Creek Va >> files. >> Micjah Bunch off these lines are found in the Big Creek Baptist >> Church >> where we find one Hudson Johnson and wife Agnes Johnson in rev. >> Thomas >> Murrells Famiies. >> >> Please Note in one of the NEW Files I sent is a Connection to mine >> and >> Pegs Mayo Families (George Murrell married a Mayo) THese same Mayo >> lines >> are found in John Harlow and Patrick Henley. Now I have note >> Identified >> John Williamson ( Hanover and New Kent Co) yet by the John Harlow and >> THomas Harlow, but he is more then likely a Williamson-Mayo line >> coming >> off Dr.Robert Williamson married to Joane Allen, daughter of Col. >> Arthur >> Allen and wife ALice Tucker of Bcons Castle. >> John Harlow's lands are in one of the Files Thomas Johnson of Grassy >> Creek Va, THomas Johnson of Stony Creek Va, or Thomas Johnson of >> Stony >> Run Va. >> >> the Mayo familes lived on Byrd Creek this is where we find the >> familes >> of Rev. Thomas Murrrell: Coming off Thomas Murrell and Elizabeth >> Olived >> who moved up from Old Mans Creek, it is this Thomas Murrell lines of >> William Murrell Tobbacco Inspector of England of Oldmans Creek and >> Sellars Run that marry the Mayo lines ( the Oldmans Creek is where >> the >> Quaker MM Weynoake was located) >> >> This Lines Of Col. Arthur Allen and ALice Tucker is the lines of ? >> Robertson ( a line coming off Christopher Robinson of Swit Creek) >> This >> Line is the Kendrick and Patrick Familes of NC: The Kendrick familes >> off >> these lines wil marry Len Henley Johnson (of Nutbush Creek and >> Grassey >> Creek NC) Where we find his Forefather Terisha Johnston, his Great >> Grand >> Uncles Stephen Johnson and John Johnson, selling off the lands of >> John >> Johnson, who bought these lands from John Robinson and Mary Gower >> when >> it was Brunswick Co Va. Len Henley Johnson and wife Sarah Kendrick >> come >> into Hurricane Creek Humphreys Co. Tn ( Where Anne Johnson wife of >> John >> Johnson son of Hudson Johnson is found) >> >> Seems like the Bunch familes are Black as in 1712 we find that George >> Rives ( lines of Charlotee Reeves married to General James Randolph >> Robertson) are invovled in the Bunch Familes of Charles City Couny >> >> James Randolph ROberston first went to Lands of Big Creek in 1776 >> ERA, >> then he and Col JohnDonelson are invovled in the Transylvania >> Company ( >> Lots of Connections here on Grassey Creek and Nut Bush Creek to >> Henley >> Familes ofByrd Creek and Tuckahoe Creek HEnrico Co Va. one Len Henley >> Bullock and one Len Henley Simms) >> >> Oh Yes Lee; in one of the files I sent you will find your Burton-Cox >> Families on one of these Creeks: William Cox of Arrowhattocks his >> sister >> is ALice Cox, also known as ALice Edloe and ALice Boyce ( This is the >> part of theEdlow families where we find the Edlow Plantation in 1698 >> where Michael Johnson is at with John Jones) >> >> john Jones is also found in one of theNew files too. LOL >> >> Now one William Allen Grassey Creek NC the father in law of Gideon >> Johnston (researcher Mary Holland of Humphreys Co) is on Grassey >> Creek >> Gideon Johnson went from Henrico Co (Quaker MM) to Saylors Creek then >> into Granville Co. NC (one of the family Jesse Johnson is on Wolf >> Creek) >> Then Gideon Johnson 2 moved to the lands of Dan River a Land owner on >> both side of the River lands inVa and lands in NC. >> Gideon and brothers move to lands that are Williamson Co Tn and also >> lands in Muary Co Tn when it splits from Williamson Co Tn. >> >> In 1803 Hudson Johnston and wife Agnes where their before they >> left of >> Bartons Creek Stwart Co TN, which in 1803 beomces Dickson Co Tn. >> Tony >> >> >> ------------------------------ >> >> To contact the NCWARREN list administrator, send an email to >> [email protected] >> >> To post a message to the NCWARREN mailing list, send an email to >> [email protected] >> >> __________________________________________________________ >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NCWARREN- >> [email protected] >> with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and >> the body of the >> email with no additional text. >> >> >> End of NCWARREN Digest, Vol 8, Issue 15 >> *************************************** > > > *************************************** > Visit the NCGenWeb Warren County website: > > > Visit the Warren County threaded Archives: > > ------------------------------- > 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

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