Lucrecy "Creasey" Huckaby1,2

F, ID# 3151, (a 1756 - 1842)
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     Lucrecy "Creasey" Huckaby was born a 1756. She was the daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. Lucrecy "Creasey" Huckaby died in 1842. Her estate was probated on 7 Mar 1842 at Oglethorpe Co, Georgia.
      Lucrecy Huckaby's 7 Mar 1840 Olgethorpe Co, GA will left her estate to be divided equally among her siblings and their heirs. Some researchers believe she married a Dunning but she was single when she testified for her brother Philip's 1834 pension hearing and at her death.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

Winifred Huckaby1,2

F, ID# 3152, (a 1758 - )
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     Winifred Huckaby was born a 1758. She was the daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. Winifred Huckaby married Allamathus "Alama" Ivey c 1782.
      Winnifred Huckaby married Alama Ivy of Wilkes Co, GA, which was adjacent to Oglethorpe Co. Winnifred's first known child was born in 1783, thus Winnifred was likely married about 1782, giving her enough time to have six children before her husband died.

Winnifred has been confused in trees with Winifred Ivey, the wife of Lott Ivy of Franklin Co, GA, which was north of Oglethorpe Co.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

Allamathus "Alama" Ivey1,2

M, ID# 3153, (c 1755 - 1792)
     Allamathus "Alama" Ivey was born c 1755. He married Winifred Huckaby, daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams, c 1782. Allamathus "Alama" Ivey died in 1792 at Georgia. His estate was probated on 1 Mar 1792 at Wilkes Co, Georgia.
      In 1791 Alamy Ivy was taxed in the Ragan District of Wilkes Co, GA. On 1 Mar 1792 Charles Ivey and James Huckaby posted a $1000 bond for Anthony Ivey to administer the estate of Alama Ivey. On 17 Mar 1792 a notice of estate administration for Allama Ivy appeared in the Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, GA. Allama was said to be the son of Charles Ivy (1730-1798) and brother of Anthony Ivy.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S687] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland - Huckaby Family.

Sarah "Sally" Huckaby1,2,3

F, ID# 3154, (a 1762 - )
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     Sarah "Sally" Huckaby was born a 1762. She was the daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. Sarah "Sally" Huckaby married Richard Simmons in 1794 at Oglethorpe Co, Georgia. Sarah "Sally" Huckaby married Thomas Beach Dorsey c 1796.
     
In the 1828-1978 Marriage Records from Select Counties, Georgia, there was a portion beginning in 1794 noted as "Marriage License Granted Taken from a Small Book in the Ordinary Office dating from 3 Mar 1794 up to the 20 Jan 1800" which has a number of our ancestors in it from the Rowland and Huckaby families. This portion was inserted after the section on 1831 and has 14 Mar 1794 Richard Simmons & Sally Huckabay. In Feb 1796 when Richard wrote his will he referred to his former marriage to Mary Ellis and to his two daughters Betsy and Chaney Simmons, both under age 12. Given their marriage in Mar 1794 Chaney is likely the daughter of Sally and was named after Sally's younger sister. Although Betsy could also be Sally's daughter and be named after Sally's sister, it is doubtful that Sally had two children before Richard's death.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S687] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland - Huckaby Family.
  3. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

Richard Simmons1,2,3

M, ID# 3155, (a 1765 - )
     Richard Simmons was born a 1765. He married Mary Ellis a 1785. Richard Simmons and an unknown person obtained a marriage license on 14 Mar 1794 at Oglethorpe Co, Georgia. He married Sarah "Sally" Huckaby, daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams, in 1794 at Oglethorpe Co, Georgia. His estate was probated on 24 Feb 1796 at Oglethorpe Co, Georgia.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S687] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland - Huckaby Family.
  3. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

Pvt. Philip Huckaby1,2,3

M, ID# 3156, (20 Jan 1760 - 4 Jan 1837)
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     Pvt. Philip Huckaby was born on 20 Jan 1760 at Halifax Co, North Carolina. He was the son of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. Pvt. Philip Huckaby married Rebecca (Unknown) a 1785. Pvt. Philip Huckaby died on 4 Jan 1837 at Wilkes Co, Georgia, at age 76.
      In the 12 Aug 1779 Bute Co, NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Session Philip Huckaby was a witness for Thomas House against his father James Huckaby, for which Philip received a payment amounting to 8 pounds 2 shillings 8 pence.

Philip Huckaby bought 100 acres on Upton Creek, Wilkes Co, GA from Richard Whatley on 24 Oct 1785. Phillip Huckaby was on the first Tax Digest of Wilkes Co, GA found in the courthouse which is believed to be for 1785; he was listed in Capt. Wilsons District with one poll. Philip was listed on the 1790 Wilkes Co, GA census. Philip and his wife were in the 1820 Wilkes Co, GA census at age over 45 and apparently had one son and three daughters in the household where there were also two slaves.

In the 1830 Wilkes Co, GA census Philip and his wife, both age 60 - 69, resided with two females age 5 - 9, thus Philip was likely raising two granddaughters. There were also 7 slaves in the household.

Philip was in the company of Capt. McKin in the regiment of Capt. Arum in the North Carolina militia as a volunteer in Franklin Co, NC and was later drafted as a fifer musician for a total service of eight months during the Revolutionary War. Philip testified in court on 9 Jun 1832 he was age 72 on the last 20 Jan, which would be 20 Jan 1760. In support of his pension application, on 25 Feb 1834 his sisters Sarah Dorsey and Lucrecy Huckabay testified Philip served two tours. Philip's application was denied and was resubmited on 19 Jan 1836. Philip's certificate of pension was finally issued 16 Feb 1836.

As a former soldier, Philip received two opportunities to draw land in each of the lotteries for 1803 Wilkes Co, GA, 1806 and 1832. That he was still getting two chances in 1832 indicated he did not win land in the previous lotteries.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S687] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland - Huckaby Family.
  3. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

James Huckaby III1,2,3,4

M, ID# 3157, (a 1765 - )
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     James Huckaby III was born a 1765. He was the son of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. James Huckaby III married Elizabeth (Unknown) c 1785. James Huckaby III died at Washington Co, Mississippi Territory.
      James Huckaby's first known child was born in 1786 and he had three children by 1790, thus he was married by 1785. James was living in Franklin Co, NC in 1790 and is believed to be the man of that name with 2 sons under age 16 and a daughter.

There were many James Huckabys, and this man was not the James Huccaba who married Elizabeth Green much later on 27 Feb 1827 in Bibb Co, AL nor the James Huckaby who married Frances Jones in 1787 in Wake Co, NC.

Thomas Huckabee's reseach showed James Huckaby appeared in the Washington Co, Mississippi Territory about 1803. In a pre-emptive claim for land that formerly belonged to Matthew Roberson, James testified he was residing on and cultivating the land in Mar 1803. James, Wiley and Richard Huckaby signed several territory petitions, appeared in tax lists and census records of the Mississippi Territory together. Parts of Washington Co, Mississippi Territory later became Baldwin, Monroe, Clarke, part of Mobile and several other southern Alabama counties. James Huckobey was included in the 1810 Washington, Mississippi Territory census with 9 total in his household including 1 slave.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S687] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland - Huckaby Family.
  3. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.
  4. [S707] Thomas Huckabee Research.

Jenna "Jinney" Huckaby1,2

F, ID# 3158, (a 1768 - 1827)
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     Jenna "Jinney" Huckaby was born a 1768. She was the daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. Jenna "Jinney" Huckaby married John ? Christopher a 1791. Jenna "Jinney" Huckaby died in 1827 at Greene Co, Georgia.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

John ? Christopher1,2,3

M, ID# 3159, (a 1763 - )
     John ? Christopher was born a 1763. He married Jenna "Jinney" Huckaby, daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams, a 1791.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S687] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland - Huckaby Family.
  3. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

John Huckaby1,2,3

M, ID# 3160, (a 1770 - )
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     John Huckaby was born a 1770 at Franklin Co, North Carolina. He was the son of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. John Huckaby married Elizabeth Moore c 1816.
      John Huckaby was not the person by that name who lived in Marion Co, GA in 1840 at age 40 - 49 and died there in Feb 1844 because our ancestor was much older than age 40. That our John was the person who married Elizabeth Moore whose child Susan Matilda was born in 1839 is possible.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S687] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland - Huckaby Family.
  3. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

Susannah Huckaby1,2

F, ID# 3161, (a 1772 - )
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     Susannah Huckaby was born a 1772. She was the daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. Susannah Huckaby married Thomas Bridges a 19 May 1796.
      Some researchers believe Susannah married Thomas Bridges in 1790 in North Carolina, but Susanna was single in May 1796 when her father wrote his will, although Thomas Bridges was a witness to James' will.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

Chaney Huckaby1,2

F, ID# 3162, (c 1776 - a 1854)
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     Chaney Huckaby was born c 1776 at North Carolina. She was the daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. Chaney Huckaby married Moses Williams c 1798 at Georgia. Chaney Huckaby died a 1854 at Fayette Co, Georgia.
      In 1820 a Moses Williams, who may be our Moses Williams, resided in Monticello, Jasper Co, GA with his growing family of one son age 16-18 (possibly John A. Williams), 4 daughters, and 2 female slaves.

In the 1830 Fayette Co, GA census our ancestor enumerated as Mases Williams was noted as age 60 to 69 and was residing with his wife and a female age 15 to 19. An A. B. Wlliams, age 20 to 29, resided nearby. Moses William and his wife were on the 1840 Fayette Co, GA census noted as age 70 - 80 and 60 - 70 respectively with a male age 10 - 15. Moses resided adjacent to their likely son James H. Williams.

Moses and Chana Williams, ages 80 and 74 respectively were on the 1850 Fayette Co, GA census. Moses owned $1700 in land and was working as a farmer. Living next door was likely their son, John A. Williams age 45, thus born about 1805, who was born in Georgia, with his family. A few houses away was another possible son James H. Williams, a farmer age 51 born in Georgia about 1799 with $5000 in land.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

Brittain Huckaby1,2

M, ID# 3163, (a 1778 - )
Father:James Huckaby II (a 1725 - a 19 May 1796)
Mother:Sealey Williams (a 1734 - a 1796)
     Brittain Huckaby was born a 1778. He was the son of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams. Brittain Huckaby married Nancy (Unknown) a 1803.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.
  2. [S688] James Huckaby's Will.

William Huckaby1

M, ID# 3164, (a 1747 - 1833)
Father:Samuel Huckaby (19 May 1721 - b 22 Feb 1775)
Mother:Elizabeth Ann (Unknown) (a 1726 - )
     William Huckaby was born a 1747. He was the son of Samuel Huckaby and Elizabeth Ann (Unknown). William Huckaby married Elizabeth Huckaby, daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams, c 1772. William Huckaby died in 1833 at Wilkes Co, GA. His estate was probated on 26 Jan 1833 at Oglethorpe Co, Georgia.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.

Thomas Bridges1

M, ID# 3165, (a 1771 - )
     Thomas Bridges was born a 1771. He married Susannah Huckaby, daughter of James Huckaby II and Sealey Williams, a 19 May 1796.

Citations

  1. [S683] Huckaby Family Records.

Jesse Rowland I1,2,3,4

M, ID# 3166, (a 1729 - a 4 Oct 1791)
Father:William Rowland I (a 1705 - c 1771)
Mother:Anne (Unknown) (a 1710 - )
Charts:Amanda Ola Weathers lineage
     Jesse Rowland I was born a 1729 at Surry Co, Virginia. He was the son of William Rowland I and Anne (Unknown). Jesse Rowland I married Martha (Unknown) a 1752. Jesse Rowland I died a 4 Oct 1791.
      Jesse Rowland and his wife Martha were listed as the parents at the christening of only two of their children Jesse and Frederick in the Albemarle Parish Register of Surry Co, VA. For Frederick's christening William Green, Nathaniel Felts and Elizabeth Rowland were the sponsors. For Jesse John Owen, William Hll and Mary Rowland were the sponsors. All of the Rowland names were transcribed as Rolland.

In addition, Jesse and Martha reportedly had children not entered in the parish register named John Rowland reportedly born about 1754/55; William Daniel Rowland born about 1756; and Elizabeth (Rowland) Alsobrook born about 1760. Although Jesse and Martha are also reputed to be the parents of Younger W. Rowland born in Henry Co, VA about 1774, Martha was too old to have children then and the couple was not residing in Virginia at that time; Younger may be the son of Jesse Rowland junior.

On 28 Apr 1752 in Virginia Jesse Rolland, Thomas Adkinson and Faith Rose were godparents for the baptism of Fredrick Ezell, son of Thomas and Phoebe Ezell. William Rolland, William Harris and Sarah Rose were the sponsors for the baptism of their son William Ezell on 21 Feb 1749. (Albemarle Parish Register)

By 1755 Jesse and his family may have left Surry Co, VA because his next-born children were not in the Albemarle Parish Register. The deeds of North Carolina reveal data about the family relationships. Jesse appears on numerous deeds with William Rowland in NC, who was noted to be his father on a 28 Jan 1769 deed from Thomas House to John Finnie. William was shown selling land with his wife Anne in 1770. William Rowland did not use senior until 1771 when he appeared in a deed with his son William junior, indicating William junior achieved the age of majority before 1771. It is unclear who Thomas Rowland of Granville Co, NC was who sold land to William Rowland in 1768 at a loss or who the Jordan Rowland is.

Jesse was found in deeds in Granville District, later known as Granville and Franklin Counties, NC, as early as 1761. Jesse received a land grant of unknown size adjoining William Rowland in North Carolina on 9 Jul 1761. This may be the land referred to in the 1764 deed on Fishing Creek and Elibeys Branch or the land on Bess Creek, indicating William already owned several plats of land.

On 29 Jul 1761 Jessie Roland received a grant for 250 acres on Parker's Branch on William Robard's line, Patterson's line, and on Roland's own line in Granville Co., NC, thus the other 1761 grant may have also been in Granville Co, NC. Jesse sold this 250 acres sometime before 1769 to Thomas House.

In Jun 1764 Bute Co was formed from the eastern part of Granville Co. The following 25 deeds for Rowlands are based on the copyrighted research of Mary Hinton Kerr:

--11 Jul 1764, Lawrence Lancaster sold Len Henley Bullock for 39 pounds Virginia money 330 acres in Bute Co on Fishing Creek, Elibeys Branch, where I (Lawrence) now live, adjacent to West Harris, Lewis Patterson, William Rowland and John Burch. Witnesses were Saml. Lancaster, Briton Harris and John Lancaster. (DB-A, p. 77) On 1 Aug 1765, Leonard Henley Bullock sold this land to Joseph Montfort of Halifax Co, NC for 60 pounds proclamation money 330 acres bought from Lawrence Lancaster, beginning at the mouth of Ellibys Branch, adjacent to West Harris, Lewis Patterson, William Roland and John Burch, on Fishing Creek where Lawrence Lancaster now lives and which Bullock sold to Lancaster. The witness was Will Johnson. (DB-A, p. 237) On 2 Aug 1766, Joseph Montfort of Halifax Co, NC sold this land to John Austin Finnie of Surry Co, VA, for 60 pounds proclamation money 348 acres in Bute Co on Little Fishing Creek, beginning at the mouth of Eleby's Branch, adjacent to West Harris, Lewis Patterson, (likely William) Rowland and Birch (Burch), where Lawrence Lancaster now lives and sold to him by Leonard Henly Bullock, from whom Joseph Montfort bought it. Witnesses were Will Johnson and Priscilla Johnson. Marginal notation: 8 Apr 1768 deld. Wm Tabb per order. (DB-1, p. 254)

--16 Aug 1764, William Rowland to Nathaniel Felts, both of Bute Co, for 19 pounds 15 shillings 325 acres on the south side of Bess (or Bens Creek), adjacent to Jesse Rowland and Felts. Witnesses were West Harris, Lewis Patterson and Jesse Rowland. (DB-A, p. 55) The Rowland, Felts, Harris and Patterson families were all related.

--10 Sep 1765, Jesse Rowland of Bute Co to Thomas House of Brunswick Co, VA for 50 pounds proclamation money 120 acres in Bute Co on the north side of Fishing Creek, at Dividing Line, adjacent to Hasel Wood. Witnesses were Daniel Sledge, William Rowland and William Allmand. (DB-1) This land was part of of a tract William had purchased and conveyed part to his son Jesse. Bute Co, NC was adjacent to Brunswick Co, VA, so Dividing Line likely referred to the line demarcating the states' boundaries. On the same day his father also sold his land in the same location to House. On 10 Sep 1765, William Rowland of Bute Co to Thomas House of Brunswick Co, VA for 100 pounds proclamation money 200 acres in Bute Co on north side of Fishing Creek, beginning at the Dividing Line, Parkers Branch, adjacent to Lewis Patterson. Witnesses were Turner Harris, Daniel Sledge and Jesse Rowland. Memorandum: William Rowland also agrees to convey to said Thomas House 20 more acres adjacent to the above, for same consideration, to make the tract fully 200 acres. This done before the acknowledgement. (DB-1, p. 41) Four years later when House sold this land it revealed relationships in the Rowland family. On 28 Jan 1769, Thomas House, planter of Bute Co, to John Austin Finnie of Surry Co, VA, for 200 pounds Virginia money for 590 acres, two tracts of land in Bute Co: first, 340 acres, a grant to Thomas Parker from whom William Rowland bought it and conveyed part of it to HIS SON Jesse Roland, which in turn was sold to Thomas House by William and Jesse Roland on 10 Sep 1765; and secondly, 250 acres bought from Jesse Rowland and William Rowland, an Earl Granville grant to Jesse Rowland. Witnesses were Daniel Pegram and George Patterson. Proved by Daniel Pegram, May 1769 Bute Co Court, Ben McCulloch, Clerk of Court. Registered 30 Sep 1769 by William Johnson, P.R. Marginal notation: 11 Nov 1772 deed delivered to Jacob Moseley. (DB-2, p. 239) The 250 acres was the grant Jesse received on 29 Jul 1761.

--10 Oct 1765, Thomas Penial and Mary, his wife, to William Rowland, all of Bute Co, for 12 pounds Virginia money for 112 acres in Bute Co adjacent to Bledsoe, Wootten, Norwood, and the plantation where the said Penial now lives. Witnesses were John Rainwater, John Norwood and Ben Hill. (DB-1, p. 96) On 27 Sep 1766 William resold this land. William Rolan (sic) of Bute Co to Abraham Padget of Cumberland Co, NC, for 12 pounds 3 shillings Virginia money 112 acres in Bute Co adjacent to George Bledsoe, Norwood and Ireeys Path. Witnesses were Ben Hill and John Rainwater. (DB-1, p. 177)

--Oct 1765, Thomas House sold land (undefined amount and unstated location) to Jesse Rowland of Bute Co, for 100 pounds on the north side of Fountain Creek at the head of Jickens Creek on the Gum Branch. The witness was William Rowland. The following year Jesse sold land on Fountains Creek, so this is believed to be the same land. On 9 Jan 1766 Jesse Rowland of Northampton Co, NC sold Thomas Jeffreys of Brunswick Co, VA for 90 pounds Virginia money 371 acres on the north side of Fountains Creek, joining James Judkins. Witnesses were George Wyche, Robert Peebles, Simon Rieves and Henry Cook. (Stephen Bradley, Deed Abstracts of Brunswick Co, VA 1765-1770, DB 8, vol 4, p. 235-(409) http://www.bmgen.com/document/pdf/Deed_VA_Brunswick_Abs_Books_Vol_4_1765-1770.pdf) Northhampton Co, NC bordered Virginia and touched the northern part of Bute Co, so it may have appeared Jesse was from the neighboring county or it may have been incorrectly transcribed.

--10 Jan 1767, William Weaver and Winney Weaver to Thos. Rowland (no county given) for 19 pounds Virginia money (and payment of quit rents) 150 acres in Bute Co on the south side of Sandy Creek, Lick Branch and Waters Spring Branch. Witnesses were Aaron Fussell senior and Aaron Fussell junior. (DB-1, p. 245) This is an interesting deed because it is the first this researcher found for Thomas and no other Rowlands are involved as witnesses, whereas Jessee and William Rowland often served as each other's witness. For Thomas to purchase land he had to be born in 1746 or earlier, thus he could be a son of Jesse or William Rowland. Less than two months later Thomas sold this land making a nice profit. On 7 Mar 1767, Thomas Rolan (sic) and Sarah, his wife, in Granville Co to William Ashley of the same, for 30 pounds Virginia money for 150 acres in Butte (sic) Co on Lick Branch and Waterses Spring Branch to the mouth where it enters into the Lick Branch. Witnesses were Robert Robinson and Fredrick Weaver. Acknowledged by both grantors, Sarah first being privately examined. (DB-1, p. 302) The following year Ashley sold the land back to Thomas for the price he had paid. On 18 Jan 1768, William Ashl(e)y and Mary Ashl(e)y to Thos. Roland for 30 pounds Virginia money (and payment of quit rents) for 150 acres in Bute Co on the sourth side of Sandy Creek, the Lick Branch and Waterses Spring Branch. Witnesses were Aaron Fussell and Richd. Ashley. (DB-2, p. 91) Then Thomas sold the land at a loss to William Rowland, leading to this researcher's speculation that there was some relationship between Thomas and William. On 18 Oct 1768, Thomas Rolan (sic) of Granville Co, NC to William Rolan (sic) of Bute Co, for 20 pounds proclamation money 150 acres in Bute Co on the south side of Sandy Creek from the Lick Branch to Waterses Spring Branch. Witnesses were Ben Hill and John Rainwater. (DB-3, p. 3) Next the land was sold by William and his wife Anne. On 26 Apr 1770, William Rowland and Anne Rowland to Reuben Ballard, both of Bute Co, for 25 pounds Virgina money (and payment of quit rents) 150 acres in Bute Co on the south side of Sandy Creek, on Lick Branch and along Waters Spring Branch. Witnessses were William Moore, William Hawley and Matthew Duty. (DB-3, p. 180)

--20 Jan 1767, Lewis Patterson to William Roland, both Bute Co, for 40 pounds Virginia money for 40 acres in Bute Co on Parkers Branch adjacent to Parker. Witnesses were William Rowland, Jesse Roland and Thos. House. (DB-2, p. 104)

-- 7 May 1768, John Broom to Peter Smart, both of Bute Co, for 25 pounds Virginia money 200 acres in Bute Co on the north (?) side of Meltons Creek and a branch of the same. Witnesses were Joseph Person, Jesse Rowland and Wm. Davis. (DB-2, p. 227)

--1786, Jesse Rowland was on the 1768 Bute Co, NC Tax List with one pole, in other words one taxable male.

--18 Feb 1769, Charles Bartholomon (Bartholomew) to Thomas House, both of Bute Co, for 100 pounds Virginia money 250 acres in Bute Co on the southwest side Pore Sam (Possum) Quarter Creek to Great Fishing Creek adjacent to Benjammon McCollow, an Earl Granville grant on 1 Feb 1762 to Joseph Duke. Witnesses were Jesse Rowland, Fedrick Rowland and Martha Rowland. (DB-2, p. 284) Frederick Rowland was a son of Jesse Rowland senior and Martha was Jesse's wife. A year later Bartholomew sold House more land in the same area. On 15 Feb 1770, Charles Bartholomew to Thomas House, both of Bute Co, for 120 pounds 250 acres in Bute Co on the southwest side of Possum Quarter Creek, where Charles Bartholomew now lives, adjacent to William Duke and to Great Fishing Creek. Witnesses were Jesse Rowland, Jno. Bell and Daniel Sledge. (DB-3, p.146)

Bute Co was near the northern North Carolina border, near Brunswick Co, VA. In 1769 Jesse and his father William Rowland witnessed deeds in Brunswick Co, VA.

--15 Feb 1770, Thomas House to Charles Bartholomew, both of Bute Co, for 120 pounds 800 acres in Bute Co from a branch of Gunters Creek to the head of Meltons Creek, adjacent to Mangum, Weldon, Adcock and his own line (whose line is unclear.) Witnesses were Jesse Rowland, Jno. Bell and Daniel Sledge. (DB-3, p.123) This was a low price for 800 acres so there is possibly a familial relationship between the two men or the land was not that valuable.

--Apr 1770, Thomas Daniel of Halifax Co to Jesse Rowland of Bute Co, for 50 pounds Virginia money 150 acres in Bute Co adjacent to (given name not stated) Self and Joseph Person. Witnesses were George Goodwin and Joseph Person. (DB-3, p. 52) In a month the land changed owners again at a large loss. On 9 May 1770, Jesse Rolland to Daniel Sledge, both of Bute Co for 15 pounds Virginia money 150 acres in Bute Co adjacent to (given name unstated) Self and Joseph Person. Witnesses were Young McLemore and William Burrow. (DB-3, p. 58)

--13 Oct 1770, Len(n)ard Linsey of Granville Co to Jordan Rowland of Bute Co for 25 pounds Virginia money 420 acres in Bute Co. on the north side of Fallin Creek, adjacent to Brinkley. Witnesses were Turner Harris, Isham Harris and West Harris. (DB-3, p. 251) This deed showed there was another Jordan Rowland in the family, possibly a son of Jesse's, because Jesse's grandson Jordan was not yet born. Jordan sold this land just over two years later. On 4 Feb 1773 Jourdan Roland sold James Dowland (Dowlen), both of Bute Co, for 33 pounds Virginia money 420 acres on the north side of Falling Creek, adjacent to Brinkley. Witness were Joduthan Everitt and Linney White. (DB-4, p. 123)

--7 Nov 1770, Jesse Rowland to Josiah Green, both of Bute Co for 10 shillings sterling money of Great Britain 64 acres in Bute Co, adjacent to the said Green to Brinkleys Road, part of a survey of William Mangum. Witnesses were Jesse Person and Willoughby Self. (DB-3, p. 329)

--17 Apr 1771, Charles Bartholomew to Job(e) Self(f) for 25 pounds Virginia money for 150 acres in Bute Co on the south side of Halifax Road, adjacent to Peter Smart, the said Self and (?). Witnesses were Jesse Rowland and William Denman. (DB-3, p. 524)

--4 May 1771, Jesse Rowland to Daniel Sledge, both of Bute Co for 50 pounds Virginia money 400 acres in Bute Co on Piny Branch where said Rowland now dwells, adjacent to Green, (possibly Thomas) Daniel, Walker and Sledge's own line. Witnesses were William Donman, William Mattox and James Dowlen. (DB-3, p. 242) A 15 May 1771 court record also mentioned Jordan Rowland in association with a deed.

According to another researcher in 1771 Jesse was on a Bute Co, NC document with William Rowland senior, William Rowland junior and Jordan Rowland. This researcher could not find this document to verify the relationships, but this is the last time William Rowland senior was noted in a record.

--14 March 1772, Jesse Rowland and Martha, his wife, sold Joseph Green senior, all of Bute Co, for 40 pounds Virginia money 180 acres in Bute Co from Brinkles Road to a branch, adjacent to Joseph Green. Witnesses were Josiah Green and Jesse Person. (DB-4, p. 39) Jesse previously sold land in this area in 1770.

Jesse Rowland was on the 1771 and 1773 Bute Co, NC censuses, and Jesse was on the 1771 Bute Co Titheable list with Jesse junior and Frederick in the same household. Jordan Rowland was listed separately as was William Rowland on the titheable list. In 1771 Jesse and his wife Martha sold land in Brunswick Co, VA. Brunswick Co is located on the southern border of Virginia and was created in 1720, its lands taken from parts of Prince George, Surry and Isle of Wight counties.

The 1777 Franklin Co, NC tax list included Jesse Rowland senior, Jesse Rowland junior and Frederick Rowland and also noted Jesse senior was the father of the other two men.

Jesse entered a land contract on 14 Jun 1778 on the waters of Davis' Creek, Bute Co and was issued a land grant on 12 Feb 1779. Because this deed did not say senior or junior, this is believed to be Jesse senior, however Jesse junior reached the age of majority by about 1775 so this man could be the son. Acquisition of property was a multi-step process. The individual petitioned the county clerk for a patent. The clerk in turn issued a warrant certificate and forwarded it to the Secretary of the Colony where it was recorded. The clerk then issued a certificate authorizing a land survey. When finished, the surveyor sent the plat to the office of the surveyor-general. The plat was then returned to the Secretary of the Colony. The Secretary made out the patent from the survey plat. The patent was then approved by the Council or the Governor. Hence there was a lengthy period of time before all the paper work was completed.

Warren Co, NC was created from the northern half of Bute Co in 1779. November 1792 Warren Co Court, sale of the estate of Laurence Lancaster, deceased, by James Moss, deputy sheriff. Buyers were residents previously seen in the deeds with the Rowlands and included William Rowland, widow Mrs. Lancaster, Caleb Capps, John Davis, Reaps Duke, Hardy Duke, Benjamin E. Person, Aaron Lancaster, Mathew Harris, Samuel Williford, Isham Patterson, Philemon Bonnet, Leonard Kimball, Jesse Person, Randolph Bobbitt, Hezekiah Brier, Edward Worsham, William Kemp, Col. William Johnson, William Lancaster Jr., John Lancaster, James Lealer, Laurence Lancaster, Moses Bennett, Josiah Green, Lewis Bartholomew, Samuel Williams, Joshua Bobbitt, James Harris, Brittian Williford, Honorius Powell, James Johnson, Simon Harris, Clairborne Harris, Richard Madera, Joel Lancaster, Daniel Harris. (Mary Hinton Kerr, Abstracts of Warren Co, NC Will Books 1779-1814, Vol. III, p. 157)

The 1790 Chatham Co, NC census included two Jesse Rowlands, and because the enumeration was completed in alpha order, there is no way to know how close the two men lived to each other. One Jesse Rowland had 1 male over 15 and 1 female; this is likely our Jesse senior who was about age 60 and whose children had left home. The second Jesse Rowland with 1 male over 15, 5 males under 16, and 5 females is likely Jesse junior who was about age 36 and would have had about 15 years to have had children.

On 19 Nov 1790 a Jesse Rolland sold Howell Freeman of Chatham Co, NC 50 acres on Meder Branch for 50 pounds in Chatham C., NC. Witnesses were Soloman Smith and Charles Gholdston. This could also be the father or the son.

On 4 Oct 1791 Jesse Roland senior and Martha of Chatham Co., NC sold Alex Smith of Johnson Co, NC 200 acres for 150 pounds adjacent to Wilson's line, Goleson's line, formerly Thirus line, and the Rowland-Freeman line. This land was originally surveyed for Wm. Richardson in 1780.

In Aug 1792 a deed from John Johnson to Howell Freeman proved some Courts past by Jesse Roland was deliv'd for registeration at this court. (Chatham Co, NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Minutes, Aug 1792, https://www.ncgenweb.us/chatham/court/chatct92.htm)

In the 1800 Chatham Co, NC census a Jesse Rowland's household included 1 male and 1 female over 45, 1 female age 26 to 45, 1 male 16 - 26, and 1 male under 10; Jesse Rowland junior was about age 46 in 1800. If this was Jesse junior's family, he should have five males between the ages of 6 and 26, some of whom would have left home, so this is believed to be Jesse junior. Eight doors away was the family of Young Roland, believed to be the son of Jesse junior, with 4 people total in his household. Eleven doors from Jesse's junior's home was the home of this researcher's 5th great grandfather Hardy Wheless.

Because there was no sign of Jesse Rowland senior in the 1800 census, this researcher surmized he was deceased. Some researchers have used 1 Oct 1801 in Chatham Co, NC as the date and place of Jesse senior's death, but this researcher could not find a record showing that information.

Jesse Rowland and Mary Elizabeth Rowland may possibly be closely related because they have been found at the same time in the same areas. Mary Elizabeth first married John Farrington and their names appeared in Albermarle Parish, VA records circa 1730 to late 1740s. They had children Elizabeth, John junior, in 1746 Robert and in 1748 Jane Farrington was born. The sponsors for the 1748 christening of Jane were Jesse Rowland, Mary Rowland and Amy Felts. John and Mary Elizabeth appeared as sponsers, along with Jessie Rowland in one case, to the christening of of Rowland children as well as Felts children and others in Surry Co., VA. John and Mary Elizabeth next lived in Brunswick Co, VA on Geneto/Jeneto Creek, across the NC state line, but also had land in Surry Co, VA. John Farrington died in 1750/51 and Mary Elizabeth then married William Bryant of Brunswick County. Bryant was an immigrant from Northern Ireland and England, perhaps coming to America with his father of the same name and his mother Mary. In the early 1760s William Bryant purchased land in Granville Co, NC. William and Elizabeth's children were William, Rowland, Delilah, Martha, James and Tabitha Bryant. William was murdered: the trial of the slave convicted of the crime is on the 1773 record in Granville County. The widow Elizabeth Bryant and her children removed to Chatham and Orange Counties, North Carolina, with the exception of her sons William, Jr. and Roland/Rowland, who remained in Granville. Mary Elizabeth Rowland died in Chatham Co., NC. (The Herndons of the American Revolution, Vol.II.)

Children of Jesse Rowland I and Martha (Unknown)

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.
  2. [S701] Arthur Ray Rowland, Ancestors of Elizabeth Proctor.
  3. [S708] John Bennett Boddie, Albemarle Parish Register.
  4. [S709] Mary Hinton Kerr, Bute Co, NC Deeds.

Martha (Unknown)1,2

F, ID# 3167, (a 1734 - a 4 Oct 1791)
Charts:Amanda Ola Weathers lineage
     Martha (Unknown) was born a 1734. She married Jesse Rowland I, son of William Rowland I and Anne (Unknown), a 1752. Martha (Unknown) died a 4 Oct 1791.
      Some researchers believe Martha was born a Davis or a Young, but this researcher has seen no records for a maiden name for Martha.

Children of Martha (Unknown) and Jesse Rowland I

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.
  2. [S708] John Bennett Boddie, Albemarle Parish Register.

Col. Barnaby McKinnie1

M, ID# 3168, (a 1673 - 1736)
Father:Michael McKinnie (a 1650 - c 1686)
     Col. Barnaby McKinnie was born a 1673. He was the son of Michael McKinnie. Col. Barnaby McKinnie married Mary Exum, daughter of Jeremiah Exum and Ann Lawrence ?, b 1719 at Isle of Wight Co, Virgnia. Col. Barnaby McKinnie died in 1736 at Edgecombe Co, North Carolina. His estate was probated in Nov 1736 at Edgecombe Precinct, North Carolina.
      Whether Mary Exum who first married Jacob Ricks, married second Col Barnaby McKinee or his namesake son, Barnaby McKinne junior who died within a year of each other in the same area is unclear because both Barnabys married women named Mary according to a deed and a will.

Barnaby McKinnie senior was a miller in both Isle of Wight Co, VA and just over the border in Edgecombe Co, NC. He was reportedly Rachel Whitehead's brother, however that does not appear to be likely because neither his will nor the will of his son Barnabee MacKinne Jr refer to Rachel, although there were land sales to William Whitehead. Neither original McKinnie will is available. According to the North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, vol 1, 1900 these two men were father and son.

A 23 Apr 1761 Court document referred to the 13 Aug 1737 will of Col Barnaby McKinney and the impact of his land bequests to his sons Richard and John McKinney and his daughters Patience Lane, Mourning Pope and Christian Hurst. His son Barnaby was not included because he was deceased. A 13 Oct 1736 transcript of the will of Barnabee MacKinne, Jr noted wife Mary; daughters Patience and Mary MacKinne; Barnaby, son of Joseph Lane who was Patience Lane's son; John Pope who might be the husband of Mourning Pope; brothers William, Robert and John McKinne. This will was witnessed by John Crowell who was deposed in 1751 regarding a 17 Oct 1736 land sale made by Barnaby McKinne junior.

On 10 Aug 1700 Barnaby Mackinnie was a witness for the Isle of Wight Co, VA will of James Day.

In 1702 Barnaby was included on a list of Grantees of Land in the Colony and State of Virginia (Michael OBrien, The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, Vol 13)

The Edmonton land records, county seat of Chowtan, NC, include several deeds for Barnaby McKinne from 1710 to 1722. Barnaby's name is not in the old Quaker Books of Chuckatuck.

On 22 Feb 1719 William Murphery's will was probated in Isle of Wight Co, VA, and Barnabie and Mary Mckinnie signed the estate account for a third to go to the widow and a portion to be paid to the four orphans.

In 1720 Barnaby purchased 50 acres on the south side of Michael Meadows from Nathaniel and Jean Holly.

In Jul 1720 Arthur Davis and his wife sold Barnabas McKinne 640 acres in Caledony Woods on the south side of the Morattuck (Roanoke) River, originally granted to William Brown on 1 Apr 1713. Caledony Woods, which was near Coneconary Swamp, was realigned to Chowan Precint, then after 1722 called Bertie Precinct, and after 1741 called Edgecombe Co, NC.

On 28 Mar 1722 Barnaby McKinne of Chowan, NC conveyed by gift to his son-in-law Isaac Ricks 100 acres in Chaledona Woods called Napin Work, orginally patented by Nathaniel Holly. Chowan Precinct, originally part of Albemarle Co, only gained county status in 1739. Isaac Ricks married Barnaby's daughter Sarah. (North America Family Histories 1500- 2000, Ricks Family)

William Wall sold his patent on 10 Feb 1725 to Barnaby McKinne.

Col Barnaby McKinney's will devised his land to his son Richard and his daughters Patience, Mourning and the heirs of their bodies, thus not granting them full rights but creating a fee entail allowing them to use the land but not sell, divide or bequeath it. Thus the grandchildren of Barnaby went to court to break the entail so they could sell the land.
Halifax County NcArchives Court ..... Col. Barnaby McKinney, Blake Baker. An Act to dock the entail of certain lands therein mentioned, vesting the fee simple thereof in Blake Baker, and for settling other lands, in lieu thereof to the same uses:
I. Whereas, Col. Barnaby McKinney, late of this province, deceased, being in his life time, seized in his demesne, as of fee of and into, certain tracts of land lying and being in Halifax county (formerly Edgecomb), and being so seized, the said Barnaby McKinney did, by his last Will and testament, in writing, bearing date the thirteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty seven, devised to his son Richard M'Kinney, in fee tail (together with other lands), that tract of land, whereon the said Barnaby M'Kinney then lived; bounded as followeth: Beginning at the upper end of the Cypress Gut on Morattuck River, at a place called the old Milldam, thence by the windings of the said Gut, to the great ditch; thence along the said ditch to the corner thereof at the road; and thence by the courses of the Cypress Gut to where William Brown's head line crosses the same; then by Brown's headline to his corner near the head of Merry branch; then by Brown's lower line, to a Maple on Morattock river: as also, Two hundred acres of land, purchased of Col. William Maule, adjoining William Brown's lower line;
And all the remainder of the said Barnaby M'Kinney's lands on the south side of Morattock river, not before devised; and if the said son Richard should die without lawful heir or issue, then the plantation whereon the said Barnaby M'Kinney then lived, with three hundred acres of land adjoining should descend to his son John M'Kinney in fee-tail; and all other the lands before devised to the said Richard M'Kinney, should go to the two daughters of the said Barnaby M'Kinney, to-wit: Patience Lane and Mourning Pope, and the heirs of their two bodies lawfully begotten, and to their heirs forever, equally to be divided between them, and soon after died; and the said Richard M'Kinney, after the death of the said testator, in consequence of the said devise, became seized and possessed of the lands aforesaid, and so died seized thereof without lawful issue; by means whereof John Lane and Henry Pope, the lawful heirs of Patience Lane and Mourning Pope, became seized as heirs at law to the said Patience and Mourning of the lands in the aforesaid device mentioned; except the plantation, and three hundred acres of land limited as aforesaid to the said John M'Kinney.
And the said John Lane, Heir at Law to the said Patience Lane, who, by the will of the said testator, in default of lawful issue of the said Richard M'Kinney, was intitled to one half of the said lands so limited to the said Patience and Mourning, entered, and was seized, and possessed thereof; and apprehending that he had a fee simple estate therein, agreed to sell the same to Col. Joseph Lane, for the consideration of Four Hundred Pounds, and executed a lease and release to the said Col. Joseph Lane, for his part or share of the lands so limited to the said Patience and Mourning; and the said Joseph Lane apprehending that he had (after the conveyance by the said John Lane executed) an absolute estate, in fee simple, to the said lands so conveyed by the said John Lane, agreed to sell the same to Blake Baker, for the consideration of five hundred pounds, and executed deeds of conveyance for the same to the said Blake Baker. And also, whereas, the said John Lane is seized, in fee-simple, of, and into, one certain tract or parcel of land, containing by estimation, six hundred and eighty three acres, lying and being in the parish of Edgecomb, in the County of Halifax, lately purchased by him of Joseph Lane by deed of Feossment; and also, whereas, it will be greatly to the advantage of the eldest son of the said John Lane, to dock the entail of the said lands so limited to the said Patience, his mother, whereby the said John may be enabled to provide for his younger children, and to settle the other parcel of land purchased of Joseph Lane as aforesaid, whereof he is seized in fee-simple, to the same uses; and forasmuch as notice has been published three Sundays successively in the several churches and chapels in the said parish of Edgecomb, in the county of Halifax, that application would be made to this present General Assembly, to dock the intail of the said dividend of land so limited to the said Patience, upon settling the other lands to the same uses, pursuant to your Majesty's instructions.

II. May it therefore please your most Excellent Majesty, at the humble suit of the said John Lane, and the said Blake Baker that it may be enacted, and be it Enacted, by the Governor, Council, and Assembly, and by the authority of the same, that the said land so limited, as aforesaid to the said Patience Lane, so as aforesaid agreed to be sold to the said Joseph Lane and by him to the said Blake Baker, be, and are hereby vested in the said Blake Baker, his heirs and assigns, in fee-simple, to the only proper use and behoof of the said Blake Baker, his heirs and assigns forever. And that the other parcel of land herein before mentioned to be purchased by the said John Lane, lying and being in the county of Halifax, be, and is hereby vested in the said John Lane, in the same manner as by the said will directed for the other lands so limited to the said Patience; and the same shall remain, go, and descend, to all and every such person and persons, and for such estate or estates and in such manner and form, as the said lands so limited to the said Patience would have remained, gone and descended, by virtue of any limitations in the will of the said Barnaby M'Kinney before mentioned, as if this act had never been made; saving to the King's most excellent Majesty, his heirs and successors, and to all and every person and persons, bodies politick and corporate, their respective heirs and successors, other than the persons claiming under the will aforesaid of the said Barnaby M'Kinney, all such right, title, interest, claim, and demand, as they every or any of them should or might claim if this Act had never been made.

III. And also, whereas, the said Barnaby M'Kinney, by his last will and testament as aforesaid, devised to his daughter Christian M'Kinney, and the heirs of her body lawfully begotten, and their heirs forever, three hundred and twenty acres of land more or less, being the plantation leased to Dr. James Thompson, known by the name of Walnut Fork, and two hundred and fifty acres more or less; including the plantation where James Denson lived; and all the lands between the Cypress Gut and Isaac Reck's line, and the Black pond; and the said Christian intermarried with William Hurst, late of Halifax county, by whom she had issue, Mary, her only child and heir; and sometime after the death of the said Barnaby M'Kinney the said Christian departed this life, leaving issue the said Mary, who is entitled to the aforesaid two tracts or parcels of land so devised to the said Christian her mother; and apprehending that the said land had a fee-simple estate therein, and in order to purchase other land and slaves of greater value than the aforesaid two tracts of land to advance her fortune and interest, agreed to sell the same to Blake Baker, for the consideration of five hundred pounds. and whereas, the said Mary is seized in fee-simple of and into one tract of land, containing by estimation, two hundred and seventy-five acres, lying and being in the county of Halifax, conveyed to William Hurst, father of the said Mary, by Benjamin Sherrod and Patience his wife, and by deed of gift, conveyed to the said Mary by the said William Hurst, her father; and also two hundred acres, lying and being in Northampton county, purchased of Paul Patrick, and Asigns his wife, by the aforesaid William Hurst, and by him conveyed to the said Mary by deed of gift: And whereas, it would be greatly to the advantage of the said Mary to dock the entail of the said two tracts of land so devised to the said Christian her mother; and to settle the other parcels of land whereof the said Mary deceased, is seized in fee-simple being of greater value to the same uses; And forasmuch as notice has been published three Sundays successively, at the churches and chapels in the parish of Edgecomb, in the county of Halifax, that application would be made to this present General Assembly to dock the entail of the aforesaid two tracts or parcels of land so devised to the said Christian, upon settling the other lands of greater value to the same uses, pursuant to your Majesty's instructions.

IV. May it therefore please your most excellent Majesty, at the humble suit of the aforesaid Mary Hurst and Blake Baker, that it may be enacted, and be it Enacted, by the Governor, Council and Assembly, and by the Authority of the same, that the two tracts or parcels of land so devised as aforesaid to the said Christian, so as aforesaid agreed to be sold to the said Blake Baker, be, and are hereby vested in the said Blake Baker, his heirs and assigns, in fee-simple, to the only proper use and behoof of the said Blake Baker, his heirs and assigns forever; and that the aforesaid two hundred acres of land herein before mentioned, lying and being in Northampton county, conveyed to the said Mary by deed of Gift as aforesaid, be, and is hereby vested in the said Mary Hurst, in the same manner as is by the said will directed for the other land so devised to the said Christian, in lieu and stead of the aforesaid three hundred and twenty acres of land so devised as aforesaid, and that the aforesaid two hundred and seventy-five acres before mentioned, lying and being in the county of Halifax, conveyed to the aforesaid Mary, by William Hurst, her father as aforesaid, be, and is hereby vested in the said Mary Hurst, in the same manner as is by the said Will directed for the other lands so devised to the said Christian, in lieu and stead of the aforesaid two hundred and fifty acres of land so devised as aforesaid, commonly called the Callodonia plantation; and the aforesaid two tracts or parcels of land so conveyed as aforesaid to the said Mary, shall remain, go, and descend to all and every such person and persons and for such estate and estates and in such manner and form as the aforesaid two tracts or parcels of land so devised to the said Christian severally would have remained, gone and descended by virtue of any devise or limitation in the will of the said Barnaby M'Kinney before mentioned as if this act had never been made, saving to the King's most excellent Majesty, his heirs and successors, and to all and every other person or persons, bodies politick and corporate, their respective heirs and successors, other than the persons claiming under the will, of the said Barnaby M'Kinney as aforesaid; or otherwise, all such rights, title, interest, claim and demand, as they or any of them should or might claim if this act had never been made. Provided always, that this Act or anything herein contained shall not take effect or be in force, until his Majesty's approbation be had to the same. Read three times and ratified in open Assembly, the 23d day of April, 1761. (Acts of the North Carolina General Assembly, 31 Mar 1761 - 23 Apr 1761, Volume 25, p. 457 - 467. Copyright. All rights reserved. http://www.usgwarchives.net/copyright.htm. Transcribed by Connie Ardrey, 2009)

--1755 Lane - Pope deed. By the last will and testament of Barnabe McKinnie, Esq dec'd the property of several tracts of land on both sides of the Roanoke River is become vested in the said Joseph Lane by force and virtue of a conveyance from his son, John Lane and the said Henry Pope is ordered to make a division of the said land ... and is further agreed that when Barnaby, the son of John McKinnie shall accomplish the age of twenty one years so as to have the manor plantation laid off with (300 acres) agreeable with the will of the testator...; this deed thus notes that Barnaby had a namesake grandson.
--1757 Lane to Baker deed of land orginally patented by William Wall and sold 10 Feb 1725 to Barnaby McKinne and devised to Richard McKinne (now deceased) by the will of Barnaby McKinne, and at Richard's death to Patience Land and Mourning Pope.

Legal actions involving his namesake son Barnaby junior:

In his 13 Oct 1736 Edgecombe Precinct will Barnaby MacKinne, junior, notes daughters: Patience and Mary MacKinne. Barnaby, son of Joseph Lane; Barnaby, son of William MacKinne; Joseph Lane, William MacKinne (brother), John Pope, James Nowell, Robert and John MacKinne (brothers), Nathaniel Cooper, John Lane. Wife and Executrix: Mary (to receive five negroes). Land devised to daughters. Livestock and land devised to other legatees mentioned. Witnesses: Nathaniel Cooper, John Crowell, Jno. Watford. Clerk of the Court: Thomas Kerney. (Original of this will missing. Abstract made from recorded copy No. 58 in Grant Book, No. 4.)

--On 17 Oct 1736 James Howell gave a note to Barnaby McKinnee junior for a land sale witnessed by John Crowell.
--A 1748 Joyner deposition for a James Howell will in which Howell devised to Jenings 200 acres given Howell by the will of a Barnaby McKenne.
--In Nov 1751 deposition of Col Joseph Lane that James Howell had purchased land formerly belonging to Barnaby McKinne; Howell paid part and McKinne sickened and willed the rest to Howell taking his note for the balance due.
--1751 deposition of John Crowell on the same topic stated Howell gave Barnaby McKinne junior a note dated 17 Oct 1736 for the land McKinne sold him; this established that the Barnaby whose will was dated 1736 was noted as a junior.

Legal actions involving other McKinne family members:
--27 May 1738 Barnaby McKinne witnessed a land sale from William Whitehead, to John Scott north of Swift Creek in Edgecombe Co, NC. This may be the namesake grandson.
--A 1747 Pope-Griffin deed on Whithead's line has Richard McKinne as a witness.
--A 1747 deed from Joyner to Joyner mentions part of the land was patented by John McKenne on Conocorary Swamp in Edgecombe Co, NC.
--In 1750 it was noted William Whitehead's land was adjacent to that of a Michael McKenne in Edgecombe Co, NC.
--1752 Richard McKinne witnessed Lane to Tarver deed.
--1757 deeds refer to Benjamin McKinne's land.
--1761 and 1816 wills indexed for men named Barnaby McKinnie /McKinne

More research on Barnaby McKinney is available at https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/McKinnie-4.

Citations

  1. [S670] Arthur Ray Rowland (b 1930), Rhoda Atkinson Ancestors.

Mary Exum1

F, ID# 3169, (a 1680 - )
Father:Jeremiah Exum (a 1645 - c 1720)
Mother:Ann Lawrence ? (a 1650 - )
     Mary Exum was born a 1680. She was the daughter of Jeremiah Exum and Ann Lawrence ? Mary Exum married Jacob Ricks on 14 Dec 1699 at Suffolk City, Virginia. Mary Exum married Col. Barnaby McKinnie, son of Michael McKinnie, b 1719 at Isle of Wight Co, Virgnia.

Citations

  1. [S670] Arthur Ray Rowland (b 1930), Rhoda Atkinson Ancestors.

Jeremiah Exum1

M, ID# 3170, (a 1645 - c 1720)
     Jeremiah Exum was born a 1645. He married Ann Lawrence ? a 1670. Jeremiah Exum died c 1720. His estate was probated on 28 Mar 1720 at Isle of Wight Co, Virginia.
      Jeremiah Exum married Ann, possibly the daughter of John Lawrence. One of them was a Quaker, thus Jeremiah and Ann were often in Quaker records, such as in a 1704 Suffolk Co, VA records. Jeremiah and Ann left wills in Isle of Wight Co, VA. They had a son Capt. Richard Exum who died unmarried leaving his estate to his sisters:
--Mary married Jacob Ricks and Barnaby McKinne
--Ann married George Greene and died with no issue
--Elizabeth died unmarried
--Jane married Richard Outland
--Mourning married William Scott
--Christian married George Norsworthy
--Sarah married her cousin Robert Lawrence junior
(https://www.jstor.org/stable/1916111?seq=2#metadata_info_tab_contents)

George Green's 8 Oct 1705 will left his brother John Green his Red Point plantation and his wife Anne his Poplar Neck plantation (part of which George had sold to Richard Williamson); mentioned his brother William and brother-in-law Jeremy Proctor. Jeremiah Exum was the overseer of George Greene's will.

Jeremiah's will was probated 28 Mar 1720 and the legatees were daughter Elizabeth; daughter Mourning; daughter Christian, the land I bought of James Collins; grandaughter Catharine Scott; my cousin Jane Exum; daughter Sarah; daughter Mary; daughter Jane; wife. Because his daughter Ann was not included it is presumed she was deceased by the time her father Jeremiah's will was written on 3 Sep 1712.

Ann's 3 Feb 1726 Isle of Wight Co, VA will listed daughter Elizabeth; granddaughter Katoren Godwin; grandson Jeremiah Lawrence; grandson Exum Scott; granddaughter Ann Murfry; grandson Richard Exum Outland; daughter Mary Mackquinny; daughter Jane Outland; and daughter Mourning Scott.

Child of Jeremiah Exum and Ann Lawrence ?

Citations

  1. [S679] Blanche Adams Chapman (born 1895), Isle of Wight Co Wills.

Ann Lawrence ?1

F, ID# 3171, (a 1650 - )
     Ann Lawrence ? was born a 1650. She married Jeremiah Exum a 1670.

Child of Ann Lawrence ? and Jeremiah Exum

Citations

  1. [S679] Blanche Adams Chapman (born 1895), Isle of Wight Co Wills.

Jacob Ricks1

M, ID# 3172
     Jacob Ricks married Mary Exum, daughter of Jeremiah Exum and Ann Lawrence ?, on 14 Dec 1699 at Suffolk City, Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S670] Arthur Ray Rowland (b 1930), Rhoda Atkinson Ancestors.

Jesse Rowland II1,2

M, ID# 3173, (8 Dec 1754 - )
Father:Jesse Rowland I (a 1729 - a 4 Oct 1791)
Mother:Martha (Unknown) (a 1734 - a 4 Oct 1791)
     Jesse Rowland II was born on 8 Dec 1754 at Surry Co, Virginia. He was the son of Jesse Rowland I and Martha (Unknown). Jesse Rowland II was christened on 9 Feb 1755 at Albemarle Parish, Surry Co, Virgiinia.
      Jesse Rowland junior's birth date is based on the parish record transcription and differs by several years from what family trees have. Jesse junior's records are intertwined with those of his father and are included in his father's biography.

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.
  2. [S708] John Bennett Boddie, Albemarle Parish Register.

William Daniel Rowland1,2

M, ID# 3174, (a 1756 - )
Father:Jesse Rowland I (a 1729 - a 4 Oct 1791)
Mother:Martha (Unknown) (a 1734 - a 4 Oct 1791)
     William Daniel Rowland was born a 1756. He was the son of Jesse Rowland I and Martha (Unknown).
      William D. Rowland was thought by Ray Rowland to likely be Daniel Rowland who served in the Continental Line in North Carolina during the Revolutionary War. Daniel was listed on the Wilkes Co, GA Tax List with Frederick and Hiram Rowland in 1793.

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.
  2. [S708] John Bennett Boddie, Albemarle Parish Register.

Sarah "Sally" Swan1

F, ID# 3175, (1780 - )
     Sarah "Sally" Swan was born in 1780 at North Carolina. She married Jordan Rowland, son of Cpl. Frederick Rowland and Sealey Huckaby, on 17 May 1797 at Greene Co, Georgia.

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.

Harrison B. Holland1

M, ID# 3176, (24 Oct 1779 - 30 Jul 1854)
     Harrison B. Holland was born on 24 Oct 1779 at Virginia. He married Elizabeth "Lissey" Rowland, daughter of Cpl. Frederick Rowland and Sealey Huckaby, on 6 Jun 1802 at Greene Co, Georgia. Harrison B. Holland died on 30 Jul 1854 at White Co, Tennessee, at age 74.

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.

James Huckaby I1,2,3,4

M, ID# 3177, (a 1697 - a 1762)
Father:John ? Huckaby (a 1672 - 1743)
Charts:Amanda Ola Weathers lineage
     James Huckaby I was born a 1697 at Henrico Co, Virginia. He was the son of John ? Huckaby. James Huckaby I married Mary Fellows, daughter of Robert Fellows, in 1720 at Henrico Co, Virginia. James Huckaby I died a 1762 at Halifax Co, North Carolina.
      Descendant Thomas Huckabee has carefully researched the lives of James Huckaby and his children. James Huckaby and his brother Thomas may be the sons of John Huckaby born about 1672 in Henrico Co, VA but there is no proof.

Genealogist Ray Rowland noted James Huckaby and Mary Fellows' marriage in Bristol Parish which serviced Henrico, Prince George and Dinwiddie counties in Virginia. This researcher did not find their marriage record, but the marriage records for that period were not online.

James Huckaby's marriage to Mary Fellows, daughter of Robert Fellows of Prince George Co, VA, was proven by a 17 Sep 1729 deed in which Mary and her three sisters settled their father's estate. Fellows Branch, being land granted Robert Fellows on 18 Feb 1722, and at his death descended to the said Margaret, Sarah, Mary and Martha his daughters and heirs. Recorded 17 Sep 1729. Signed by Thomas Charles and Margaret Mathis, John and Sarah Pasmore, James and Mary Huckaby, and William and Martha Read.

James Huckaby was in Prince George Co when his son Samuel and daughter Ann were born. The Bristol parish register for 1720-1798 had James and Mary Huccaby listed with the births of their first two children Samuel and Ann. (Births from the Bristol Parish Register of Henrico, Prince George and Dinwiddie Counties, Virginia, 1720 - 1798, https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/flhg-britishbristolparishregihen)

James Huckaby witnessed a land transaction next to Robert Fellows' land in Prince George Co, VA on 31 Aug 1730.

At a court held at Fitzgerald, Prince George Co, VA on 9 May 1738 an attachment awarded William Skipwith on behalf of Francis Wills and Elizabeth, his wife, against James Huckaby was dismissed. In another case William Harrison, the coroner, was to take values and chattels of James Huckaby to be rendered to the sheriff. At a court held at Fitzgerald, Prince George Co, VA on 11 Jul 1738 the case was heard of of Francis Wills and his wife vs James Huckaby for debt. The debt was proved by the oath of William Skipwith. Huckaby having absconded Prince George Co, the plaintiffs were to recover from Thomas Tadlock money owed by Tadlock to Huckaby. (Prince George Co, VA 1737-1740 Minute Book, p. 116, 122, 151.)

Next James and his son Samuel were witnesses to a Brunswick Co, VA land deed. On 4 Jun 1741 John Duke, Gentleman of Brunswick Co deeded to William More of Brunswick Co, planter, for 20 L a certain tract of land of about 100 acres on the north side of Three Creek in Brunswick and bounded by the upper line of a tract of land formerly belonging to John Ray at the creeks, the cabin branch, said John Duke. Signed John Duke. Witnesses were James ( I his mark ) Huckaby, Richard Tatum, Sam ( X his mark ) Huckaby. Recorded June 4, 1741. (Brunswick Co, VA Deeds 1740-1744)

Thomas Lanier of Surry Co, VA died on 7 Nov 1745 in Brunswick Co, VA. Samuel Hucaby, likely the son of James Huckaby senior, was a witness to Lanier's will. James Huckerby was one of the 25 men involved with the Inventory of the Estate of Thomas Lanier dec'd which was returned to the court on 24 Sept 1751. In the Thomas Lanier estate accounts James Huckabee was one of the 26 names listed as receiving a payment on 3 Jan 1752. This James could be the one who married Mary Fellows or their son. (Brunswick Co, VA Will Book 2, p. 419 and 427.

Researcher Jim Liptrap found that on 15 Mar 1749 James Huckaby was granted 256 acres in Edgecombe Co, NC "joining a point below Huckeybey's Plantation," thus this man was likely the James Huckaby on the 1750 North Carolina census.

Children of James Huckaby I and Mary Fellows

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.
  2. [S687] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland - Huckaby Family.
  3. [S690] James Liptrap Reseach.
  4. [S707] Thomas Huckabee Research.

Mary Fellows1,2,3

F, ID# 3178, (a 1701 - )
Father:Robert Fellows (a 1667 - b Sep 1729)
Charts:Amanda Ola Weathers lineage
     Mary Fellows was born a 1701 at Surry Co, Virginia. She was the daughter of Robert Fellows. Mary Fellows married James Huckaby I, son of John ? Huckaby, in 1720 at Henrico Co, Virginia.
      According to the research of Thomas Huckabee on wikitree in 2019, the deed of Robert Fellows of Surry Co, VA proved Mary, the wife of James Huckaby, was Robert's daughter: land on Fellows Branch was granted Robert Fellows on 18 Feb 1722 and at his death descended to the said Margaret, Sarah, Mary and Martha his daughters and heirs. The deed was recorded on 17 Sep 1729 and signed by Thomas Charles Mathis and Margaret Mathis, John and Sarah Pasmore, James and Mary Huckaby, and William and Martha Read.

On 15 Sep 1729 in Surry Co, VA Thomas Charles Mathis and his wife Margaret (Fellows) Mathis of NC; John Passmore and his wife Sarah (Fellows) of Surrey Co, VA; James Huckaby and his wife Mary (Fellows) Huckaby; and William Reed and his wife Martha (Fellows) Reed of Prince George Co, VA sold John Freeman for 18 pounds 125 acres on the north side of the Nottoway River bounded by Fellows Branch, which was originally granted to Robert Fellows on 18 Feb 1722.

Children of Mary Fellows and James Huckaby I

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.
  2. [S689] Susan Johanson Research.
  3. [S707] Thomas Huckabee Research.

Robert Fellows1,2

M, ID# 3179, (a 1667 - b Sep 1729)
Charts:Amanda Ola Weathers lineage
     Robert Fellows was born a 1667. He died b Sep 1729 at Virginia.
      According to the research of Thomas Huckabee, Robert Fellows was probably born in Virginia or England. Researcher Susan Johanson noted Robert Fellows was on the 1688 Surry Co, VA Tithable List, the 23 Apr 1688 militia list, and on the 1704 Prince George Co, VA Quit Rents List. Thus Robert would have to be born in 1667 or earlier to have reached the age of majority in 1688. The petition of Robert Fellows, Samuel Burch and John Bell that they be levy free was rejected some time between 1714 - 1720 by the Prince George Co, VA court.

Robert Fellows was granted a patent in Surry Co, VA on 18 Feb 1722 of 125 acres on the north side of the Nottoway River, beginning and extending on the west side of Fellows Branch. The name of the creek implies Robert or a relative already lived in the area. This land was divided among his four daughters in 1729 after his death. (http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=190&last=&g_p=P11&collection=LO Patent) Robert was granted an additional 209 acres on the south side of Jones Hole Swamp in Prince George Co, VA on 22 Jun 1722. (http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=131&last=&g_p=P11&collection=LO Patent)

Our Robert was already in Virginia in 1688, so he was not the Robert Fellows born in England in 1665 who married Sarah Littleboy and then immigrated to Talbot Co, MD with their children around 1700. Maryland deeds show on 2 Feb 1719 brothers Robert and John Fellow bought from William Bush senior 34 acres and 24 perches, part of a tract called Arcadia on a branch of Tredhaven Creek called Pitts Bridge Branch. (Talbot Co, MD Deeds, Folio 12, p. 384-385) Then the brothers gave land to their sisters Mary Fellows Radcliff and Sarah Fellows Radcliff. On 16 Feb 1719 Robert and John Fellow for brotherly love to our beloved sister Mary Fellow, now Mary Ratclife, a tract of land of 100 acres and 4 perches, part of two tracts of land, one called Abraham's Lott, the other Arcadia lately purchased of William Bush Sr, on a branch of Tredhaven Creek. (Talbot Co, MD Deeds, Folio 12, p. 385-386) And on 7 Jul 1720 Robert and John Fellow for brotherly love to our beloved sister Sarah Fellow, now Sarah Ratcliffe, 100 acres, part of a tract called Goughton, originally surveyed for Robert Gough, deceased, and purchased of William Gough by Robert Fellow, late of Talbot, between branches of Tredhaven Creek and branch of Kings Creek called Galloway Branch. (Talbot Co, MD Deeds, Folio 12, p. 404)

Given that both the Robert Fellows of Virginia and the Robert Fellows of Maryland noted above were both born about 1665 - 1667 neither would have been established in business in 1675, but either may have had a relative in London at that time. The Port of London port books showing exports from London in 1675 by English merchants included a Robert Fellows. (SR 03775b, p. 15) The books also show Robert Fellows shipping in the ship Friend's Delight to Flushing, likely bound for the docks at Falmouth across the river in Cornwall, England, 3568 pounds of Virginian tobacco. Dated 9 Mar 1675.

Children of Robert Fellows

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.
  2. [S689] Susan Johanson Research.

John ? Huckaby1,2,3

M, ID# 3180, (a 1672 - 1743)
Charts:Amanda Ola Weathers lineage
     John ? Huckaby was born a 1672 at Henrico Co, Virginia. He married Sarah (Unknown) a 1720. John ? Huckaby died in 1743 at Goochland Co, Virginia.
      James Huckaby's father was likely born about 1675 or earlier but there is no proof as to who James' father was. A John Huckaby of Henrico and Goochland counties in Virginia, born about 1672, is of the right age and nearby location to be our James' father and thus details are recounted about John below.

John was proven as the father of Robert Huckaby born about 1698 in Charles City Co, VA. However John has not yet been proven as the father of our James and his brother Thomas who were born in Henrico Co about 1700 and 1695 respectively. This John Huckaby was in a number of Henrico and Goochland records.

In the will of John Woodson recorded 5 Dec 1715, Woodson left his son Stephen a tract of land below his brother Josiah, down the river next to John Huckaby's and the rest of Sabot Island.... (Benjamin B. Weisiger, Colonial Wills of Henrico Co, Virginia, Part one, 1654-1737)

On 4 Jun 1722 in Henrico Co, VA Rebecca Pruitt, widow of Henry Pruitt, late of this county, dec'd, was summoned to take administration of her husband's estate and failing to appear, administration was granted to Tarlton Woodson, a Quaker. The court ordered William Kent, John Huckaby, John Lewis and William Womack to appraise the estate. (Henrico Co, VA Court Minutes, 4 Jun 1722, p. 182)

In the action of debt, John Paine, plaintiff, and John Huckaby, defendant, ____ granted the defendant in Mar 1728. At the May 1729 court in Paine vs Huckaby, the action of debt between John Paine and John Huckaby, defendant, is against the plaintiff, not prostrating -- fault. (Goochland Co, VA Order Book No. 1, 1728-1730)

John Huckaby was appointed Sexton in the room (place) of William Roberts on 21 Oct 1729. (The Douglas Register, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland Co, VA)

In Mar 1731 in Cox vs Huckaby in the action of trespass on the case between Stephen Cox, plaintiff, and John Huckaby, defendant, is granted the Deft. In May 1732, Aug 1732, Sep 1732 and Mar 1733 in Cox vs Huckaby in the action of trespass on the case between Stephen Cox, plainfiff, and John Huckaby, defendant, is continued at the plainfiff's cost these court sessions. (Goochland Co, VA Order Book No. 3, 1731-1735)

In Mar 1731 Dinkins vs Huckably in the action of trespass on the case between Thomas Dinkins, plaintiff, and John Huckaby, defendant, the Deft appears and a judgment to the Plt for two pounds seventeen shilling and nine pounds half penny current money where upon it is noted by this court that the Plt does owe against this Deft the said sum together with the cost of this suit. (Goochland Co, VA Order Book No. 3, 1731-1735)

On his petition in May 1732, the court exempted John Huckaby from payment of county levies. This indicates John was quite poor, over 60 or disabled and thus not taxed. If John was 60 plus years of age when he was granted exemption, and he did not die until 1743, he could have been 70 plus years of age at death, which mean he could have been born as early as about 1672. (Goochland Co, VA Order Book 3, 1731-1735)

In Feb 1744 on the motion of Robert Huckaby, it was ordered that Sarah Huckaby be summoned to appear at the next court to take or refuse administration of her husband John Huckaby's dec'd estate. Virginia law during the colonial period provided if a deceased person did not leave a will, an administrator of his estate was appointed by the Court. Reference to an executor in a record indicated that the decedent left a will while relating to an administrator indicated he died intestate. Virginia law provided in the case of intestacy all real estate belonging to the decedent should pass to his heir at law who would be the eldest son; or in case there were only daughters, all daughters equally; or in the absence of children, the eldest brother. Robert could be the eldest brother but was likely the eldest son, and Sarah was probably a second wife of John Huckaby and not the mother of Robert. John was unlikely to be the same John Huckably who was in the 1676 Charles City County Court records because he would be over 95 years of age at death. (Goochland Co, VA Order Book 5, Sep 1741)

In the vestry book a note was included in 1744 that tobacco levied for John Huckaby for 1743 and James Holman for old Hackeby. This may be an estate tax or a debt; the meaning is unclear. (The Douglas Register, St. James Northam Parish Vestry Book 1744--1850, Goochland Co, VA)

Researcher Jim Liptrap of Spring, Texas added more data on John Huckaby from the source Wildman - Huckaby Families by Betinna Pearson Higdon, Gregath Co, Cullman, AL, 1983. One of John's sons called John Robert, to distinguish him from his father, possibly had sons Thomas, James, John and Samuel. This hypothesis could connect to our John born in 1703 in Virginia, but there is no proof and appears highly speculative. Genealogist Ray Rowland also postulated that in addition to our James born about 1703, there was a brother Samuel, born about 1695 in Virginia and died about 1775 in Granville Co, NC.

If this John Huckaby, born about 1672, is proven in the future to be the father of our James, who was the father of this John Huckaby? An early Huckaby immigrant to America reported by genealogist Ray Rowland was John Huckaby who was possibly born in Devonshire and left England about 1644. Researcher Thomas Huckabee postulated the immigrant John Huckaby of Charles City Co, VA could have been the father of John born about 1672 in Henrico Co, VA who was possibly the father of our James, but there is no proof. This elder John Huckaby came to Charles City Co, VA about 1675. Thomas researched the court records in the Charles City Co, VA Order Book 1676 - 1679 for the elder John Huckaby and the only record was: Court held at Westover 5th and 6th Dec 1678, where the court ordered that John Huckaby be paid 454 lbs tobacco. To be in court at that time John would be 21 years of age or older, which meant this John was born before 1657. Thomas found no records that showed John came to Virginia using the name of Huckaby, Huckabbe or any other spelling. Thomas noted some researchers think one of the three people listed below could be the John Huckaby in Charles City Co in 1678; if each came to Virginia at age 16 they were born in 1628, 1641 and 1621 respectively.

-- John Huckley, one of the ten-persons transfered by James Taylor and Lawrence Baker for whom they received 500 acres in James City Co, VA on 6 Mar 1644, called Hogg Island Mayme, formerly granted to Thomas Stamp on 12 May 1640.

-- John Huckle, one of ten person transferred by Thomas Molten for whom he received 500 acres upon a branch of Petomeck fresher, beyond Cal Speaker's land above Doegs Island, S. Ely upon land called Peter Smith on 15 Jul 1657.

-- John Hucock, one of forty persons transferred by Theodore Moyses for whom he received 2000 acres in James City Co, VA on 23 May 1637.

Child of John ? Huckaby

Citations

  1. [S669] Arthur Ray Rowland, Rowland Family in Georgia.
  2. [S707] Thomas Huckabee Research.
  3. [S10] Unsourced Data.