Wednesday, December 25, 2019

The Perils of Settling the West Country #kentuckypioneers #genealogy

The Perils of Settling the West Country

Tips by Jeannette Holland Austin

tomahawkDuring the time that families were venturing into Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio to take up land grants, Indians were marauding, raiding and taken white women as slaves. Yes! Throughout this region women and children disappeared never to be seen again. During the 1730s there was a movement along the wagon trail road leading out from Philadelphia as well as Wilderness Trail which led as far west as the falls of the Ohio River. The historians documented the career of Daniel Boone, however, other Boone families from Philadelphia also ventured out. The Boones had lots of children, and some of them were quakers. They moved through Virginia and Kentucky with other relatives and friends. What I am saying is that Daniel Boone was not the only adventurer into Kentucky; a large movement was afoot. The reason: land grants.
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Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Names of Georgia Ancestors - - - > Liberty County

Liberty County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Cemeteries, Maps

Hinesville, GeorgiaMany colonials who settled in Savannah also owned large rice plantations in Liberty County. Also, after General Oglethorpe removed the regiment to England in 1744, residents of Frederica began moving into Liberty. Liberty County, located in the southeastern portion of the state on the Georgia coast, was one of the seven Georgia counties created from the original colonial parishes on February 5, 1777. The Guale Indians inhabited that area from prehistoric times, and in the eighteenth century the tribe became a part of the Muskogee or Creek Confederation. The Spanish placed a mission on St. Catherines Island in the late sixteenth century among the Guale Indians. After General Oglethorpe left St. Simons Island, some of the settlers to Frederica removed into Liberty County, settling on large tracts of land grants. In 1752 after the Charter was surrendered, land was opened up to large parties and congregations for settlement. A group of Puritans from Dorchester, South Carolina (originally from Dorchester, Massachusetts) took up large land grants and developed communities such as Midway and Sunbury, a thriving Colonial port. In 1777, Liberty County was officially created.

Liberty County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers


  • Map of Liberty County.


  • Midway Cemetery, a List of all burials.


  • Images of Liberty County 1870 Residents, Physical Descriptions of Persons

Indexes to Probate Records

  • Estate Index 1784-1791 (Digital Image).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames A (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames B (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames C (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames D (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames E (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames F (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames G (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames H (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames J(Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames K (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames L (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames M (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames N (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames O (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames P (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames Q (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames R (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames S (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames T (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames V (Digital Images).
  • Estates 1784-1791, Surnames W (Digital Images).
  • Index to Wills and Appraisements,Book A, 1789-1823.
  • Index to Wills and Appraisements, Bk B, 1824-1850.
  • Index to Liberty Wills and Appraisements, Bk C, 1863-1873.
  • Index to Wills 1863-1942.
  • Abstracts of Wills 1772-1887

Digital Images of Wills 1779 to 1823, Book A

Testators: Austin, Henry;Austin, Sarah Ann;Bacon, Martha;Bacon, Thomas; Baker, Artemas;Baker, Benjamin;Baker, Elijah;Baker, John Ichabod; Baker, Nathaniel;Baker, Susanna;Baker, Thomas, Jr.; Baker, William; Ball, Edward;Bennet, Elizabeth;Bell, William F.;Bennett, Hugh; Bennett, Rebecca;Bon, Richard;Brown, Francis;Brown, Mary;Burnby, Samuel;Burnley, Thomas;Butler, Shadrach;Cantey, James;Carter, Hepworth; Carter, James;Carter, Martha;Christopher, Spencer;Cochran, James; Cole, James A.;Cooper, Richard;Crews, Isham;Cubbedge, Ann;Cuthbert, Alexander;Cuthbert, Isaac;Douse, Gideon;Dunham, Margaret;Elliott, Daniel Robert;Feaster, Catharine;Fickling, Elizabeth;Fleming, William; Foster, John;Fraser, John E.;Fraser, Mary Ann;Fraser, Simon;Fraser, William;Girardeau, Ann;Girardeau, John Bohun;Girardeau, Rebecca; Girardeau, Sarah;Goulding, Thomas;Graham, James;Graham, William; Graves, John;Greene, Samuel T.;Harrell, Isaac;Hastings, Archibald; Hastings, Catherine;Hay, M.;Hext, John;Hinson, Clayborn;Jeffries, Nancy;Jones, Samuel;Jones, Susannah H.;King, Thomas;Ladson, Margaret; Lambert, John;Lambright, John;Lambright, Margaret;Lanchester, Thomas; Law, Mary E.;Lawson, John, Sr.;Lewis, Elijah;Lewis, Joseph;Lines,  . . . more names . . .

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Tax Defaulters are Important Genealogy Resources #kentuckypioneers #genealogy

Tax Defaulters are Important Genealogy Resources

Tips by Jeannette Holland Austin

Genealogy Books by Jeannette Holland AustinAll tax digests lists persons who have defaulted on their taxes, usually enumerated as the last page of each district. The tax digests are not alphabetical, so we have to thumb through all of the pages to find anything. The default list does not necessarily reflect persons who refused to pay their property taxes. Rather, from the point of view of the genealogist it lends itself more as a report of those who have either died or removed to another county. If the date is close to a mortality census (every 10 years), you can look there. Otherwise, if the person is old enough to have died, then searching the local cemeteries in the area is indicated. People were on the go and we have to be detectives.  . . . more . . .

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Monday, December 16, 2019

Names of NC Ancestors - - - > New Hanover County Wills, Estates #ncgenealogy #northcarolinapioneerscom

New Hanover County Wills, Estates, Maps

New Hanover County, North Carolina

New Hanover county was formed in 1729 and known as the New Hanover Precinct of Bath County, being that portion taken from Craven County. During 1734 parts of the precinct became Bladen Precinct and Onslow Precinct. It was named for the House of Hanover. In 1750 the northern part of New Hanover County became Duplin County and during 1764 another part of New Hanover County was combined with part of Bladen County to form Brunswick County. In 1875 the separation of northern New Hanover County went to form Pender County. 

New Hanover County Wills and other Records Available to Members of North Carolina Pioneers

  • Minutes of the Pleas and Quarter Sessions Court 1739-42; 1759-1769
  • Index to Minutes of the Pleas and Quarter Sessions Court 1739-42; 1759-1769


  • 1733 New Hanover County Map
  • 1738 New Hanover County Map
  • 1770 Map of Settlers in New Hanover County

Images of Wills, Book C, 1747 to 1858

Alderman, Daniel |Alexander, Aaron |Alexander, David |Allen, Archibald Smith |Amatio, Nicholas |Ancrum, John |Anderson, William |Armstrong, William |Ashburn, Denson |Ashe, Elizabeth |Ashe, John |Ashe, Samuel |Atkinson, Elizabeth |Atkinson, John |Averitt, Reuben |Baker, John |Ballard, Jethro |Bannerman, Charles |Barker, Joseph |Bartholomew, Samuel |Barwick, William |Batson, Batt |Batson, John |Batson, Peter |Batt, John |Beach, Silas |Beloat, Augustus |Benson, John |Berry, Samuel |Berry, Thomas |Bettoncourt, Emanuel  . . . more . . .

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Names of SC Ancestors - - - > Abbeville County #scgenealogy #southcarolinapioneersnet

Abbeville County Genealogy: Wills, Estates, Minutes, Land Grants


Abbeville County was part of Ninety-Six District where the old deed may be found. It became Abbeville County in 1785, with parts later divided into Greenwood (1897) and McCormick (1916) counties. The county and the county seat were both named for the French town, Abbeville. The county was settled primarily by Scotch-Irish and French Huguenot farmers in the mid-eighteenth century. After the treaty with the Cherokee Indians signed in 1777 at Dewitt's Corner (now Due West) with a flux ofScotch-Irish and French Huguenot farmers. Abbeville played a major role in the secession from the union of the southern states, and it is the site where the last Confederate council was held. 

Early settlers: Andrew Hamilton, James Jordan, Patrick Forbis, James Moore, William McCaleb, William Young, James Maxwell, Thomas Coker, Tucker Woodson, William Brown, John Lawrence, Ralph Wilson, William Love, Thomas Shockley, William Love, Barnard Putnam, James Shirley, William Anderson, Richard Sadler, Benjamin Alderidge, John Nash, Adam Crain Jones, William Love, Joseph Brown and others.

Probate Records Available to members of South Carolina Pioneers

  • Abbeville County Land Grants
  • Abbeville Minutes of the Court of Ordinary, Book B (1776-1783)
  • Index to Abbeville County Will Book A 1782-1868
  • Index to Abbeville County Will Book B 1815-1839
  • Index to Abbeville County Will Book C 1839-1855

Transcripts of Wills (1787-1815)

Adams, William ; Agnew, Samuel ; Alexander, Aaron ; Alexander, William ; Astin, James ; Baird, John ; Baird, Thomas ; Baker, Caleb ; Banks, Rivers ; Barksdale, Elizabeth ; Barksdale, Higgason ; Baskin, Hugh ; Bates, Fleming ; Bates, Stephen ; Bayle, Mary ; Bealey, Jane ; Bell, Mathew ; Beraud, John ; Boles, John ; Bond, Robert ; Bouchillon, John ; Bouchillon, Joseph ; Bowman, John ; Bowman, William ; Boyd, William ; Branson, Eli ; Brazbach?, William ; Bredden, Margery ; Brooks, Christopher ; Brown, Cornelius ; Brown, William ; Brownlee, James ; Brownlee, John ; Buchanan, Mary ; Caein, Richard ; Caldwell, John ; Calhoun, Hugh ; Calhoun, James ; Calhoun, Patrick ; Campbell, John ; Campbell, Margery ; Cane, Mary ; Carmichael, William ; Carson, William ; Caruthers, Martha ; Chambers, John ; Chandler, Jesse ; Chiles, James ; Chiles, John ; Chiles, Jonathan ; Chiles, William, Sr. ; Clark, John Huston ; Clark, Samuel ; Clark, William ; Clarke, Benjamin ; Clarke, Mary ; Cochran, Andrew ; Coldwell, John ; Collins, Edward LWT (1837) ; Couey, Samuel ; Covington, William ; Cowan, Andrew ; Cowans, John ; Crozier, James ; Cunningham, David ; Cunningham, James ; Davenport, John ; Davis, Martha ; Delechaux, Sarah ; De La Howe, John ; Delechaux, Jacob ; Donaldson, Mathew ; Drummond,   . . . more . . .

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Monday, December 2, 2019

Names of Kentucky Ancestors - - - > Cumberland County #kygenealogy #kentuckypioneerscom

Cumberland County Wills, Estates, Probate Records

Burkesville, Kentucky

Cumberland County was created in 1798 from land in Green County and was named after the Cumberland River. The county seat is Burkesville.

Images of Wills, Estates, Appraisements, Inventories, Guardianships 1815-1831

Alexander, John | Akins, Joseph | Appleby, Robert | Armstrong, John | Armstrong, Stephen

Baker, John | Baker, John Jr. | Baker, Martin | Ball, William | Beck, Edward | Bickerstaff, Samuel | Bickerstaff, Samuel Sr. | Bickerstaff, Samuel Jr. | Blakey, William | Bledsoe, John | Blankenship, Abel | Bond, Hopkins | Bowman, Daniel | Bowman, Pleasant | Brummal, Chastian

Campbell, William | Cary, Wilson | Chamberlin, William | Chandler, John | Chandler, Thomas | Clarry, Samuel | Cory, Edward | Conner, Lawrence |Cowen, William | Craig, William | Creech, Jesse | Crouch, Elijah

Daning, James | Daugherty, Charles | Davis, John | de Graffenreid, Francis | de Graffenreid, Tabitha | Dougherty, Joseph

Elliott, Samuel | Elliott, Thomas | Ellison, Amos | Emerson, Francis | English, Benjamin | Evans, Leroy

Ferrill, William | Fletcher, Fanny | Flowers, Edward | Ford, William | Forsnaught, John | Frogg, William

Galbraith, Robert | Gee, James | Gee, Jesse | Goodson, William | Green, George | Groce, Henry | Guthery, Adam

Haggard, Rice | Hall, Joseph | Harvey, John | Haygood, Robert |Hays, William Sr. | Hibbits, William | Hill, Archibald | Hill, Barber |Hillis, John | Hix, Richard | Hopkins, Arthur | Hopkins, William | Howard, James | Howard, Reubin |Howard, Robert S. | Hunter, John

Irwin, John | Jacob, Patrick | Johnston, Joseph | Johnston, Michael | Johnston, Thomas

Keen, Samson | King, John E. | King, Milton | King, William | Lafferty, Alexander | Lafferty, Samuel | Lafferty, Sarah | Lloyd, Willis

Martin, David | Mays, William | Maxwell, N. | McColly, Cornelius | Miller, Richard A. | Millon, Christopher | Murphy, James

Newby, Martin | Noland, James | Norris, Zebulon | Pace, John | Page, John | Philpot, Zachariah | Pickens, Joseph | Pickens, Thomas

Ray, Nathaniel | Reynolds, George | Ritchey, Elizabeth | Robertson, Arthur | Robertson, Walthall | Robinson, George H. | Rowland, Elizabeth |  . . . more . . .

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Monday, November 18, 2019

Names of Kentucky Ancestors - - - > Christian County #kygenealogy #kentuckypioneerscom

Images of Christian County Wills, Estates, Annual Returns, Inventories

MarkerChristian County was formed in 1797 and was for Colonel William Christian, a native of Augusta County, Virginia, and a veteran of the Revolutionary War who settled near Louisville, Kentucky in 1785, and was killed by Native Americans in southern Indiana in 1786. The county seat is Hopkinsville.

Miscellaneous Resource to Find Estates, etc.
  • 1797 and 2798
Indexes to Wills and Estates
  • Book A, 1797 to 1811
  • Book C, 1816 to 1823
  • Book D, 1823 to 1826
Wills & Estates Book D, 1823 to 1826

Adams, AbramBlakey, ConstanceBlakey, ThomasBooker, Thomas
Boyd, EdwardBradley, BenjaminBradley, SamuelBroaddus, E.
Bryant, AbnerBurden, Samuel D.Callaway, EdmundCollins, Thomas
Cocke, ThomasCook, MordecaiCrowder, ThomasDallam, Francis
Davis, JaneDeaver, WilliamDickerson, SylvanusDorsey, Alexander
Dover, WilliamEdward, JohnFaulkner, SarahFinley, William
Foster, JeremiahHarrison, JosiahHay, PeterHay (or Kay), Robert
Henry, DanielHenry, WilliamJacobs, BenjaminJones, Anthony D.
Lander, HenryLewis, AndresLoffters, GeorgeLookwood, Sylvanus
Loving, WilliamMallory, JohnMartin, ElizabethMcCarroll, Thomas
McCarty, JohnMcLaughlin, ThomasMcMahan, JohnMNeill, Dorothy
Meacham, JohnMeases, WilliamMiller, Samuel A.Neill, Henry W.
Parrish, MatthewPatton, BenjaminPayne, JamesPorter, Jesse
Price, ArchibaldRamsey, EdwardRily, IsaacRodgers, Robert
Smith, BarnettSmith, CharlesSmith, ElijahSteele, Archidald
Steele, MosesStephenson, MosesStevenson, SaraTalbot, Richard
West, ClaiborneWood, SallyWoodson, ObadiahYork, Benjamin
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Names of NC Ancestors - - - > Onslow County #ncgenealogy #northcarolinapioneerscom

Onslow County NC Wills and Estates

Pelletier HouseThe first setters to his area were Europeans and English about 1713 when their original settlements were in what was originally part of the colonial precincts of Carteret and New Hanover. Onslow County was formed in 1734 and was named for the Honorable Arthur Onslow, Speaker of the British House of Commons. After a hurrican in 1752, the county courthouse was relocated from Town Point to Wantland Ferry; this settlement was eventually incorporated in 1842 and named Jacksonville after President Andrew Jackson. 

Onslow County Wills and other Records Available to Members of North Carolina Pioneers


  • Abstracts of Onslow County Wills 1740 to 1760

Images of Onslow County Wills 1790 to 1836 from the Court of Common Pleas

Adamson, George H. - Ambrose, Daniel - Ashford, Butler Askew, Nathan - Askew, Sally - Averett, Jenkin - Averett, Parmela - Averett, Richardl - Barrow, Abraham - Basden, Cordil - Baisden, Jess - Ball, Moses - Barber, John - Barber, Mitchell - Barber, Thomas - Barbour, Nancey - Barefield, Moses - Barrow, Zachariah - Battle, Abner - Bender, Brice = Breec, Cornelius - Brinson, Elizabeth - Brinson, John - Bryant, Benjamin - Burk, Sarah -- Burns, Francis - Cahoon, Daniel - Cahoon, Mary - Capps, Thomas - Cary, John - Cary, Shadrack Cary, Thomas - Coston, Thomas - Cox, Josiah - Craft, Isaac Charles - Davenport, Isaac - Davis, Jeremiah - Davis, Mark - Dixon, Jonathan - Dosson, Robert -- Dudley, Edward - Dudley, Thomas - Dulany, Thomas - Eagerton, Janes - Ennett, Caty - Erexson, JoNathan - Eslick, Frances - Eubanks, Thomas - Farnel, Benjamin - Farnell, Dexter - Ferrand, William - Fields, Jacob - Fields, James - Fields, Moses - Fields, Rebekah - Fisher, John - Foster, William - Foy, James Sr. - French, W. - Gibson, John - Gibson, Thomas - Gibson, William - Giddens, Abraham - Gillespie, Archibald - Gipson, John - Glenn, Thomas - Goodwin, Drury - Grant, Reuben - Gurgamus, Jesse Sr. - Gurgamus, Mosley - Gurgamus, Zachariah - Guthery, Charles - Hadnot, Seth - Hammond, John - Hammond, Martin - Hancock, Zebedee - Hansley, John - Harrel, Wilson - Haskins, Ezekiel - Hawkins, Obediah - Hazard, George -- Henderson, Barnabas - Henderson, Barnabas Jr. - Hibbs, Jonathan - Hill, William - Hinson, F. George -- Hobbs, 
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Monday, November 11, 2019

Names of SC Ancestors - - - > Anderson County #scgenealogy #southcarolinapioneersnet

Anderson County Genealogy, Wills, Estates

AshtabulaAndersonAndersonIn 1777 after Cherokee Indians signed a treaty ceding its lands to the state, part of the Indian Land became known as Pendleton District (the old deeds also refer to it as the Washington District). In 1790, the town was Pendleton was founded, later becoming a popular summer resort for low country planters in the nineteenth century. In 1826 Pendleton district was divided into Pickens and Anderson Counties. Anderson County was named after the Revolutionary War General Robert Anderson (1741-1812). Most of the early settlers of this area were Scotch-Irish farmers who moved south from Pennsylvania and Virginia in the eighteenth century. 

Early settlers: Drennan, Cox, Morris, Bruster, Watkins, Sego, Chappell, Thompson, Stephens, Hammond, Willson, Tatum, Leonard, Reeves, Neel, Hamilton, Rainey, Herring, Trotter, Rosamon, Morrow, Anderson, Russell, Lawrence, Shelton, Douthit, Dilworth and Pickens.

Wills, Estates, Documents Available to Members of South Carolina Pioneers

  • Anderson County Will Book A (Abstracts)
  • Map of Anderson County
  • Anderson County Will Book A (Abstracts)
  • Index to Anderson County Will Book A (1791-1834)

    Digital Images of Original Will Documents:

    Names of Testators: Compton, James; Corben, Peter;Dalrumple, Samuel;Findly, Samuel;Gantt, Giles;Gibson, Randolph;Harris, James S., LWT (1831); Major, Elijah, estate (1865);Perkins, Isaac;Pickens, Robert; Pollack, John;Shelton, Lewis;Simms, James;Sinkler, Charles; Smith, John;Thompson, James;Thompson,Mathew;West, Jonathan
  • Index to Anderson County Will Book B 1835-1845

    Digital Images of Original Will Documents:

    Testators: Alexander, Aaron; Bowie, Charles;Bowie, Wesley; Brown, George;Browne, Elijah;Buchanan, Ebenezer; Burriss, James;Burriss, John;Burt, Francis; Burt, Moody;Carson, James;Clarke, Matthew;Clinkscales, Francis; Clinkscales, Levi;Corr, John;Cox, William;Cox, William(2); Dalrymple, Sarah; Dean, Gwinney;Earle, John; Elliott, William; Elliott, William (2);Elrod, Isaac; Elrod, Jeremiah;Emerson, Samuel; Fant, Jesse;Forsythe, William; Gentry, John;Gillison, Archibald; Goode, Lewelling;Gordon, Robert;Griffin, James;Guttry, David; Guyton, Aaron;Guyton, Robert;Harper, John; Harper, William; Harris, James; Harris, John; Harris, Nathaniel; Ingram, John; Jennings, John; Johnson, John; Junkin, Margaret; Junkin, Robert; Kelly, Elisha; Keown, William; Lewis, Eleanor; Lewis, Sarah; Linley, John; Major, Joseph; Martin, David; Martin, David (2); Mason, Ambrose; McAllister, Nathan;McCoy, James; McCurday, William; McFee, Samuel;McGee, Jesse;McGill, Samuel; McLin, Hugh; Milford, John; Miller, Crosby; Mills, Elizabeth; Moorhead, John; 
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    Monday, October 21, 2019

    Names of NC Ancestors - - - > Perquimans county #ncgenealogy #northcarolinapioneerscom

    Perquimans County Genealogy Records

    Historic Hertford County

    Perquimans was formed as early as 1668 as a precinct in Albemarle County. It is located in the northeastern section of the State and is bounded by Albemarle Sound and Chowan, Gates, and Pasquotank counties. In 1779 Gates County was formed in 1779 from Chowan, Perquimans, and Hertford. The dividing line between the counties of Chowan, Perquimans, and Gates was authorized to be established in 1805. Later, during 1814 a boundary line between Perquimans, Chowan, and Gates, was amended by naming a new commissioner, which indicated that the line had not been established at that date. Finally, in 1819 a dividing line was established between Chowan and Perquimans Counties.

    Records Available to Members

    • Marriage Records 1785 to 1805
    • List of Miscellaneous 1710 to 1933
    • List of Criminal Actions 1861 to 1948
    • List of Estates 1873 to 1948; 1956

    Perquimans County Images of Estates 1789 to 1827

    Anders, Asa; Barrow, John; Boswell, Sarah; Bratten, Nathaniel; Branch, Job; Bunch, Hannah; Bunch, Joshua; Cale, Robert; Charle, Benjamin; Curry, Elizabeth; Curry, James; Elliott, Caleb; Fitterson, Joseph; Fletcher, Joshua; Foster, Mary; Habry, Frederick; Harvey, John; Harwood, Ann; Hatfield, Richard; Hollowell, Willis; Jackson Thomas; Johnson, Joshua; Jones, Ann; Kinyon, Joab; Lamb, Sarah; Mullin, Joseph; Newby, Elizabeth; Newby, Francis; Newby, William; Nixon, John; Parker, Elisha; Parker, John; Parker, William; Parks, Humphrey; Pearce, Joseph; Pearce or Pears, Joseph; Pearce, William; Perry, Benjamin; Perry, Jesse; Pointer, Henry; Price, Benjamin; Reddick, James; Reed, William; Roberts, Benjamin; Roberts, John; Robertson, Benjamin; Robins, Samuel; Rogerson, Janet; Rogerson, Parthena; Sanders, John; Spivey, John; Stafford, Thomas; Stanton, John; Stevenson, Hugh; Sutton, James; Swan, Henry; Thack, Leaven; Tucker, Sarah; Turdy, Joseph; Turner, Joseph; Upton, Thomas; Versry, Joanna; Webb, John; Webb, Penelope; Weeks, Thomas; Weeks, Wilson; Whedbee, Lemuel; White, Margaret; Williams, Nathaniel 
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