Herman Garrett1

M, b. say 1920, d. 5 December 1950
  • Last Edited: 30 Sep 2002
  • Biography*: Herman was the sheriff of Amity, AR. He was shot by an unknown assailant while off duty.
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1920
  • Death*: 5 December 1950; Amity, Clark Co., Arkansas

Citations

  1. [S165] California Death Records, searches.rootsweb.com.,.

Foy Clifford Yarbrough

M, b. 21 May 1916, d. 7 November 1998
  • Last Edited: 10 Nov 2017
  • Birth*: 21 May 1916; Grand Saline, Van Zandt Co., Texas1
  • (Child) Birth: 25 May 19162
  • Death*: 7 November 1998; Abilene, Taylor Co., Texas1
  • Obituary*: 9 November 1998; SWEETWATER - Foy Clifford Yarbrough, 82, of Nolan died Saturday at an Abilene retirement center.

    Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at McCoy Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with Bill Yarbrough, Mike Ensminger and Kevin Hallaburton officiating. Burial will be in Loraine Cemetery.

    Mr. Yarbrough was born in Grand Saline and was a farmer and rancher. He lived in Roscoe and Loraine before moving to Nolan in 1964. He was a past member of Divide school board, a member of Nolan Church of Christ and a farmer-rancher. He was an agent for Germanian Insurance Co. He married Savannah Caswell in 1940 in Loraine.

    Survivors include his wife, of Nolan; three sons, Harold Yarbrough of Nolan, David Yarbrough of Weatherford and Dwayne Yarbrough of Buffalo Gap; three brothers, Sewell Yarbrough and Leland Yarbrough, both of Tucson, Ariz., and Bill Yarbrough of Saravista, Ariz.; four sisters, Ruby Honea and Sylvia Bearden, both of Abilene, Faye Root of Elmira, N.Y., and Leta Townsend of Lubbock; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild.3
  • Burial*: 14 November 1998; Loraine Cemetery, Loraine, Mitchell Co., Texas1

Citations

  1. [S3] FindAGrave.com, .
    Memorial ID 77758427.
  2. [S2] Social Security Death Records,.
  3. [S3] FindAGrave.com, .
    "Abilene Reporter" November 9, 1998.

Beverly Carol Varner1

F, b. 28 December 1953, d. 11 January 2015
  • Last Edited: 13 Jan 2015
  • (Child) Birth*: 28 December 1953; Rosboro, Pike Co., Arkansas2
  • Married Name: 24 June 1973; Killian
  • Death*: 11 January 2015; Amity, Clark Co., Arkansas2
  • Obituary*: say 12 January 2015; Beverly Carol Killian, age 61, of Amity, passed away Sunday, January 11, 2014.

    She was born on December 28, 1953, in Rosboro, the daughter of George Buren Varner and Ella Olean Guin Varner. On June 24, 1973, she was married to the love of her live, Jim Killian. She was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Kay Long and Patricia Rodgers; and two brothers, Robby Varner and David Varner.

    Beverly was a very hard worker and a thoughtful person, always putting the needs of others before her own. She loved to work with flowers and could always find the right place to put a rosebush. She had a kind heart, and always saw the good in others. She was Assembly of God in her faith. She was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend to all and her greatest joy in life was spending time with her family. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

    She is survived by her husband, Jim Killian of Amity; three children and their spouses, Misty and Kyle Waitkus of Amity, Angie and Loyd Pittman of Alpine, Jessica and Paul Little of Amity; and Josh and Faith Killian of Arkadelphia; eleven grandchildren, Amy Spence, Nick Waitkus, Alex Waitkus, Zoya Waitkus, Logan Spence, Elizabeth Pittman, Ashley Pittman, P.J. Little, Chris Little, Sasha Little, and Natasha Little; one sister, Sherry Garner and her husband Donald of Amity; one brother, Joey Varner and his wife Dorlisa of Alpine; numerous nieces, nephews, extended family, and a host of wonderful friends.

    Services will be held at 2:00 PM, Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at the Davis-Smith Funeral Home Chapel in Glenwood with Bro. David Walker officiating.

    Visitation will be held Tuesday, 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM.

    Interment will be in the Coker Cemetery.

    Pallbearers will be Jonathon Long, Patrick Redleaf, Robby Redleaf, Marty Varner, John Varner and Spencer Wilder.2
  • Burial*: 14 January 2015; Coker Cemetery, Amity, Clark Co., Arkansas2

Citations

  1. [S165] California Death Records, searches.rootsweb.com.,.
  2. [S1] Davis-Smith Funeral Home, obituary of Beverly Carol Killian
    http://www.davissmithfuneralhome.com/obituary/Beverly-Carol-Killian/Amity-AR/1470401.

Sidney Leroy Frost1

M, b. 6 March 1932, d. 14 December 2010
  • Last Edited: 8 Jun 2018
  • (Child) Birth*: 6 March 1932; Brinkley, Monroe Co., Arkansas2
  • Marriage*: say 1959; Principal=Katie Inez Larque3
  • Death*: 14 December 2010; Washington, Tazewell Co., Illinois2
  • Obituary*: say 15 December 2010; Sidney Leroy Frost, 78, of Washington, passed away at 2 a.m., Tuesday, December 14, 2010 at Washington Christian Village.

    Sidney was born on March 6, 1932 in Brinkley, Arkansas to Chester and Myrtle Varner Frost. He married Katie Inez Larque in Arkansas in April, 1952. Katie died on February 5, 1992 in Peoria.

    Among those surviving are three sons, Dennis (Vicki) Frost of Chillicothe, Robert (Bonnie) Frost of Goodfield and Daniel (JoAnn) Frost of Washington; four daughters, Debra (Bob) McCleery of Washington, Cydney Rhee (Steve) Fuller of Eureka, Rozan (Bill) Pollard of Delavan and Susan (Bill) Huggins of Rockford; two sisters, Helen ("RD") Moore of Denver City, Texas and Peggy (Clarence) Wiesel of Wheatley, Arkansas; 13 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by one son, David, who died in 1999 and one sister.

    Sidney was a veteran of the United States armed forces proudly serving in the U. S. Navy.

    He worked for Caterpillar Construction Equipment as a welder. Sidney worked at Building LL for a number of years before finally ending his career at Mossville Technical Center after 35 years. He retired in 1991.

    While Sidney worked at Caterpillar he also composed many poems and songs which he enjoyed putting to music on his guitar.

Family: Katie Inez Larque b. 21 Feb 1938, d. 5 Feb 1992

Citations

  1. [S165] California Death Records, searches.rootsweb.com.,.
  2. [S3] FindAGrave.com, .
    Memorial ID 63692462.
  3. [S3] FindAGrave.com, .
    Memorial ID 31431109.
  4. [S3] FindAGrave.com, .
    Memorial ID 31431087.

Helen Jewel Frost1

F
  • Last Edited: 8 Jun 2018

Family: Robert Dudley Moore b. s 1926, d. Nov 2017

Citations

  1. [S165] California Death Records, searches.rootsweb.com.,.

Hazel Irene Frost1

F, b. 5 November 1943, d. 27 July 2003
  • Last Edited: 10 Jun 2018

Family: Bailey Glaze b. 31 Aug 1938, d. 4 Apr 2005

Citations

  1. [S165] California Death Records, searches.rootsweb.com.,.
  2. [S3] FindAGrave.com, .
    Memorial ID 49019767.
  3. [S3] FindAGrave.com, .
    Memorial ID 49019765.
  4. [S3] FindAGrave.com, .
    Memorial ID 20527217.

John Bryant Duncan

M, b. say 1841, d. 13 January 1865
  • Last Edited: 3 Oct 2004
  • Biography*: John Bryant Duncan died at Camp Douglas, a prison camp in Chicago on Jan. 13, 1865.
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1841
  • (Deceased) Death*: 13 January 1865; Holy Trinity, London, England

Robert Daniel

M, b. say 1718, d. after 1747
  • Last Edited: 30 Jan 2003
  • Biography*: Robert Daniel was mentioned as "grandson" in the will of Robert Rogers, father of Elizabeth Rogers who married Simon Daniel in 1739.

    Robert's date of birth as circa 1718 is speculative.

    Edgecombe Pct. Deed Bk. 5, p. 416 -- John Thomas to Simon Daniel, 2 Dec 1744, 12 pounds Va. currency, 300 acres on the south side of Tousnott (Toisnot Swamp) below Conner. Witnesses: James Barefield X his mark, Simon Daniel, ROBERT DANIEL. Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1745, R. Forster C. Ct. (Hoffman, Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct)
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    Edgecombe Pct. Deed Bk. 3, p. 183 -- Leonard Langston of Bertie co. to Thomas Amason 18 May 1747 for the love and good will I bear my friend 250 acres in the low grounds of Tosneott (Toisnot) Swamp at the mouth of Fort branch, joining Panther branch and the swamp. Witnesses: Simon Daniel, Jr., ROBERT DANIEL, Levinus Buffkin. Reg. Edge Co. Feb. Ct. 1747 R. Forster C. Ct. (Hoffman, Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct)
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    This may have been the Robert Daniel who left a will in Martin County, NC:

    Will Book No. 1 page 127 Martin County N. C. (Office of Clerk of Court): Robert Daniel of Martin Co., N. C. will Sept. 17, 1786. 'My son William Daniel; son Simon Daniel; my daughter Elizabeth; my daughter Sarah; my son James Daniel; my daughter Jemiah Daniel; my daughter Chloe Daniel; my sons William Daniel and Simon Daniel my whole and sole executors. Test: Joshua Robason, Frederick Godward. Colonial Records of N. C. Vol. VI, page 343 (by W. L. Saunders)
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1718; Chowan Pct., North Carolina
  • (Deceased) Death*: after 1747

Owen Daniel Jr.

M, b. say 1676
  • Last Edited: 3 Jan 2006
  • Biography*: The Owen Daniel mentioned in the following records may be a son of the Owen Daniel who died in 1700. This is based on his name, his location, and his association with the Jones and Lanier, family, etc. These families were also connected to Owen Sr.'s known son Thomas.
    274-(52) Col. Thomas Pollock of Chowan Precinct to David Henderson of same. Last day of June 1709. Deed of trust in behalf of his son Thomas Pollock Jr. for 1550 acres on the south west shore which had belonged to John Blunt wehre Cary Godby now lives joining OWEN DANIEL, where negro Manuel lived, the Quarter and Black Rock where John Hart now lives, as by a patent dated 28 Jan 1705. Signed by both. Wit: Thomas Kirby, Edward Benwick, William Maule
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    Will of John Jones, 7 Jan 1712/3 (no probate) of Cashocke (a creek in Bertie Co. NC) : Brother-in-law O..? DANIEL, a mare. Sister-in-law Hannah Daniel, a mare. Elizabeth Lewton, daughter of John Lewton, 50 acres in the fork of Black Walnutt commonly called Rockey Branch. Daughter Mary Jones, rest of my lands & estate, if she should live to age 16, with reversion to my wife Elizabeth. Executor, wife Elizabeth. Witnesses: John Byrd, Thomas Arnold, and John Holebrook. (Early Records of NC, Vol. IV, Wills 1663 - 1722, by Stephen E. Bradley Jr.)
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    Chowan Co., NC, Deed Bk F, p. 53 shows a land transaction to Samuel "Hearing", and Owen Daniel is a witness with his mark as an 'O' with a plus sign through it. July 11, 1720
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    Chowan Co., NC, Deed Bk F, p. 54 land transation to Owen O. Daniel and Samuel Hearing is a witness with his mark, an H. July 11, 1720
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk A, p. 92 -- Martin Gardiner & wife Anne to John Edwards, Jun., May 14, 1723. 5 pds. for 100 acres on the west side of Cushy Swamp between Gardiner and Edwards. Witnesses: OWEN DANILL, William Jones. May Court 1723. Matthew Edwards by power of atty. from Martin Gardiner & wife acknowledge sale to John Edwards
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk A, p. 93 -- Martin Gardiner & wife Anne to Matthew (Martha) Edwards, May 14, 1723. Power of attorney to Matthew Edwards to sell land land to John Edwards, Jun. Witnesses: OWEN DANIEL, William Jones. (no court date here)
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk A, p. 449 -- William Eason to James Smith, August 6, 1724. 18 pds. for 150 acres on the north side of the Moratock River. Part of 328 acres granted to William Eason by patent dated Auguest 4, 1723. Adjacent to James Parker, OEN (OWEN) DANIEL. Witnesses: Needham Bryan, Thomas Bunton, Tarlon Ogwin (O'Guin). May Court 1725, John Winns D. C/C
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk B, p. 115 -- James Smith & wife Mary to Henry West, Dec. 3, 1725. 20 pds. for 150 acres on the north side of the Morrattock River adjacent to OWEN (OWIN) DANIELS, James Parker on Flagg Run. Witnesses: Needham Bryan, Charles Cavenah. May Court 1726
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk C, p. 31 -- Robert West & wife Mary to John Yelverton, Feb. 2, 1727. 5 pds. for 125 acres adjacent to OWIN DANIELS, William Eason, James Parker, Henry Bookes (Bookers) on Flaggy run. Witnesses: Timothy Riall, Peter Keightley, Ann Yelverton. August Court 1728. Edw. Mashborne D. C/C
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk C, p. 177 -- William Eason to Edward Harrell of Nansemond Co., VA., Dec. 20, 1729. 25 pds. for 350 acres on the southeast side of Unerry? (Urahaw?) Swamp. Adjacent to OWEN DANIELS, James Smith, William Eason, Joseph Harrell, and_____ Parker. Part of a patent granted to William Eason on Aug. 4, 1723, and part of another patent granted to Eason on May 1, 1721, and part of a deed of sale of James Parker dated July 12, 1722. Witnesses: John Harrell, John Harrell (*), Grace Harrell. February Court 1728. Thomas Crew D. C/C. (* Probably John, Sen. and Jun.)
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk G, p. 252 -- OWEN DANIEL of Edgecombe Precinct in the County of Bath to Richard Rowland. Oct. 23, 1724. A youn horse. For 137 acres "... inconsideration of a young Horse...." Land on the east side of Wattom Swamp at Posom Branch adjacent to Col. West. Witnesses: John Sholar, William Gardner, Martin Gardner. *.*.

    NC Patent Book 5. page 327 -- 2 Mar 1738, James JONES, 268 acres in Craven Precinct on the North side of the Neuse River, joining little creek, Thomas COPLIN, and OWEN DANIELS. (Abstracts of Land Patents 1735 - 1764 by Margaret M. Hofmann)
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1676; Virginia

William Daniel

M, b. say 1680, d. after 1748
  • Last Edited: 28 Dec 2005
  • Biography*: Bertie Pct. Deed Bk A, p. 368 -- James Rutland & wife Elizabeth to WILLIAM DANIEL, Feb. 9, 1724. 50 pds. for 100 acres at Deep Creek Bridge. Adjacent to Fierybent's former line. Witnesses: John Sutton, Johnson Nairne, and Thomas Whipple. Feb Court 1724
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    Ct 24 Nov 1724 DANIELS Petn. to build a house on ye Ct. house land: Grantd. Upon petition of William DANIEL Shewing that there being a great want of Publick houses to entertain the People that attend the sd. Court and perticularly a house for the Goal Keeper as is usual in other Places and the said DANIELS having at great Expence Removed his Family to the said Place to keep such a Place a house but there being no Land convenient to be had . Praying of this Court an order for a Sufficient Part of the said Acre granted for the Courthouse & Publick Use with Lease to build a house theron for Publick Entertainment which he being Goaler is willing to do at his owne Charge under such orders Liberties and restictions as this Court shall Please to Grant & Order. And the Court taking the said Petition into their Consideration doth hereby Order That One hundred foot square be allowed to the said William DANIEL to build on to be laid out on the Corner of the sd. acre South East from the Court house, And that he have the Sole use of the said One hundred ffoot to build on for himself and assigns for and during Ninety nine Years next Ensuing PROVIDED That the sd. DANIEL do build a habitable house theron within one Year from this day.

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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk A, p. 455 -- Edward Outlaw to Thomas Jones, Dec. 9, 1724. 5 shillings for 100 acres on the south east side of tract of Edward Howard. Adjacent to _____ Barnell. Witness: WILL DANIEL, jurat, William Mears. August Court 1725. John Winns D. C/C
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk B, p. 72 -- WILLIAM DANIEL witnessed a deed from Richard Oldner & wife Elenor Keefe, widow, to Robert Evans, Feb. 10, 1725.
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk B, p. 94 -- William Little to WILLIAM DANIELL, 10 Feb 1725. 30 pds. for "within mentioned lands." Wit: Richard Oldner, Thomas Jones. Feb Court 1725
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk B, p. 94 -- James Peeke to WILLIAM DANIEL, May 11, 1726. 20 pds. "Land within mentioned." Wit: Robert Forster, Thomas Jones. May Court 1726.
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    Book B Page 112 Bertie County, NC Transcription from original documents No. 27 James Peeke to William Daniel The Within named James Peeke in consideration of Twenty Pounds sterl to him paid by William Daniel doth hereby grant Enfeoff assigns & confirm to the said William Daniel all the lands tenements and appurtenances within mentioned to have and to hold the said land and tenements unto him, the said William Daniel, his heirs & assigns, free of all Incumbrance, Witness the hand and seal of the said James Peeke 11th Day of May Anno Dom 1726 James Peeke (Seal) The word Febr. being rased and the word May being unterlined and the figures 1725 being rased out the figures 1726 being added in presence of us, Robert Forster- Thomas Jones------- Bertie Precinct May Court 1726 The Above assignment from James Peeke to William Daniel was in Open Court Acknowledged in due form of Law which on motion is ordered to be registered Test Robert Forster Clerk Court
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    DANIEL v BENTON William DANIEL of the precinct of Bertie tavernkeeper v Francis BENTON of the precinct of Bertie planter in an Action of Trespass on the Case the Writt being return'd Copy left and the Defendant failing to appear at the plaintiffs motion on Alies is granted. July 1726 (Attorney was Edward HORSELY)
    DANIEL v COTTON William DANIEL by Geo OTTWAY his attorney comes to prosecute John COTTON of Bertie precinct in the province of aforesayd planter in a Plea Of Debt Sur Statue damages five hundred pounds ......
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    DANIEL v COX William DANIEL Ordinary Keeper by Thomas JONES his attorney comes to prosecute John COX Millwright in an action of Trespass on the case for one hundred pounds damage ( COX's attorney was John Baptista ASHE) Mar 1727
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    [146] DB: W-1:336-337. 22 May 1727 [sic]. Will DANIEL to William PEALE (PEELE), £10, 200 A in Chown pct. on No. West side of Bennetts Creek beg. at a white oak & runs thence S27W124p to a Wt, Oak & 2 Pines the S27p to a Pine then S20E to a Gum thence along Hop Pocoson to a Gum thence to the first station, being part of a patent of 440 A granted to sd DANIEL 1 Mar 1721...Wit: Francis PUGH, Will (W) ASHLEY.

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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk B, p. 299 -- Robert Forster to Capt. James Boon. 5 pds for "within mentioned tract." Wit: WILLIAM DANIEL, Thomas Jones. August Court 1727
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk B, p. 302 -- WILLIAM DANIEL witnessed a deed from John Speir to Henry Walker formerly of Virginia, 7 Aug 1727
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    Powers v Clift ...mett at the house of William DANIEL... Oct 1727
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk B, p. 343 -- WILLIAM DANIEL witnessed a deed from Jonathan Clift to Francis Pugh of Nansemond Co., VA, 6 Dec 1727
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk C, p. 63 -- William Harding Jones of Chowan precinct to WILLIAM DANIEL, ordinary keeper, March 10, 1728/9. "one pistole and half (calf?)... and 50 pds..." for 300 acres on Deep Creek at the mouth of the Mirey Branch adjacent to James Rutland. Witnesses: Robert Pearce, Const. (?) Luton, W. Badham. NC Court March 10, 1728. C. Gale, C. J., Test: Edw. Mashborne, D. C/C
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk C, p. 88 -- WILLIAM DANIEL witnessed a deed from George Stephenson to Timothy Rial, 2 Aug 1728.
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk C, p. 257 -- WILLIAM DANIEL witnessed a deed from Theophilus Williams to Arthur Williams, 10 Aug 1730
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk C, p. 292 -- Lazarus Thomas to WILLIAM DANIEL, Nov. 10, 1730. 10 pds. for 100 acres on the south east side of Deep Creek. Adjacent to Stephen Williams, Robert Rogers [father-in-law of Simon Daniel]. Witnesses: John Leaky, James Everard, C. Heilding (?). November Court 1730. Thomas Hansford, D. C/C
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk D, p. 103 -- WILLIAM DANIEL TO JONATHAN GILBERT, millwright     - Aug. 3, 1734. 745 pds. for 8 tracts of land. (1) On Deep Creek between "said creek and Wisktfor(?) Branch" adj. Coll. FREDERICK JONES "formerly JOHN BAY's" which land was granted to JAMES RUTLAND by patent dated April 1, 1714 and conveyed by RUTLAND to WILLIAM DANIEL. (2) Cont. 640 A. adj. THOMAS JOHNSON, ROBERT LANIER, MARTHA WILLIAMS (formerly JOHN WILLIAMS) Said land granted to WILLIAM DANIEL April 1, 1730. (3) 300 A. on Miery Branch adj. JAMES RUTLAND. Sold to WILLIAM DANIEL by WILLIAM HARDIN JONES by Deed dated 1728. (4) On SS Deep Creek cont. 100 A. adj. STEPHEN WILLIAMS, ROBERT ROGERS at May Spring Branch. Land sold to DANIEL by LAZARUS THOMAS by Deed dated 1730. (5) On Deep Creek cant. 100 A. Part of tract formerly belonging to Coll. FREDERICK JONES. Sold to DANIEL by WILLIAM LITTLE, Esq. by Deed dated Feb. 10, 1725. (6) On Deep Creek cont. 100 A. at Deep Creek Bridge. Sold to DANIEL by JAMES RUTLAND Feb. 9, 1724. (7) 130 A. at Deep Branch on NWS Deep Creek, sold to DANIEL by JAMES PEAK May 11, 1726. Adj. land formerly JOHN FIERYBENT's. (8) 640 A. at Holly Swamp adj. JAMES' CURLEE at Flatt Swamp. Sold to DANIEL by ROBERT LANIER. Wit: WILLIAM BADHAM, JOHN HODGSON, jurat. August Court 1734. ROBERT FORSTER C/C
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk D, p. 214 -- WILLIAM DANIEL to James Jenkins, bricklayer, Aug. 8, 1732. for "a valuable consideration." 50 acres on the north side of Deep Creek at "Mr. Peek's corner tree." Witness: Thomas Hansford, jurat, Thomas Johnson. November Court 1735. John Wynns D. C/C
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk D, p. 220 -- Jonathan GILBERT to Richard PHILLIPS Sept 19, 1735 £52 for 200a at Deep Creek. "...mine by deed from William DANIEL..." Wit: Edward OUTLAW, Sarah WILKERSON, Mary OUTLAW. Court Oct 9, 1735. W SMITH C.J. John WYNNS D. C/C.
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    Bertie Pct. Deed Bk F p. 97 -- John THOMAS to Isaac SANDERS December 8, 1736 £80 for 200a on ES Holly Swamp at Catron Creek Road Adj.: John BROWN, Edward HARE, William DOWNING, land formerly William DANIEL'S, land formerly James RUTLAND'S. Wit.: John BROWN, Benjamin WYNNS. Feb Ct 1736. John WYNNS D C/C.
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    Jan 1737 Orderd that the following persons be appointed as a Jury to Lay out ye Roads from Bennets Creek Bridge to Meherrin Ferry (Vizt) Henry GUSTON, Jno. Vann, Thos. NORRIS, James WILSON, Andrew ROSS, George HUGHS, Wm. DANIEL, Edmd. VANN, Jno. ALSTON, Thos. SPEIGHT, George WILLIAMS. Michl. GOULDING & make return at ? ye next court.
    The petition of Thomas KINSEY in these words & c granted New licence and enterd Wm. ARKELL and Wm DANIEL securities.
    Ordered that William DANIEL & Edward VANN Senr. Posession all the lands on the East side of Coles Creek to where the Road crosses the Knotty Pine Swamp thence down the said road to Kitterells Road thence along the Road to George Williams and from thence to the head of the White Potts, then down the said swamp to Bennets Creek, thence down the said Creek to the first station.

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    Jul 1737 Ordered that Wm. DANIEL be overseer in the room of Jos. Van.
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    7]-72 N. Carolina Chowan County Ss: July Court anno Dom 1739 Present His Majestys Justices, these may Certifie that on the motion of John ALSTON? Esqr. it was then & there ordered that the following persons be & they are hereby appointed a Jury to lay out a Road from the halfway run on Bennetts Creek Road to Meherrin Pocoson against PUGHS Ferry Vizt: Henry GASTON, William DANIEL, George WILLIAMS, Alexander CARTER, Edward VANN, Senr., Thos. PEYLAND, Thos. SPEIGHT, Jos. GREEN, William REDDICK, Wm. BONNER, Jams. WILSON, Wm. VANN, Wm. BAKER & Henry BAKER and to make return of their proceedings to the next Court and that the Caram (sic) Creek Company make the sd. Road when laid out & that Thomas NORRIS be overseer of the same. By Ordr. James CRAVEN Cle. Cur.--- --- --- Road. Not all agreed?. Enclosed in 1739 Oct 12 Report of Jury appointed to lay out road.
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    [86]-87 Octobr. the 12th. 1739. With Obediance to an Order of Court We of the Jury find that the conveniantest (sic) Way from the Half Way Run to the foot of PUGHS Coscey is the Oald(sic) road to the foot of Bakers New Road then along the New Road to the Oald (sic) Mehearin Road then along the Mehearin Road to Jno. THOMAS'S and then along the Neigh Way to the Road againe then to PUGHS Cossey Assigned by We the Subscribers. Alaxander CARTER (AC his mark), William VANN, Edward VANN, WM. DANIEL, George WILLIAMS, William BONER (sic), Wm. REDDICK, Henry BAKER, James WILLSON. (note lower right fourth of document torn--names may be missing. Enclosure 1739 July Order of Court for laying out road.
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    Oct Ct 1742 Ordered that James WILSON be overseer of the roads from Bennets Creek Bridge to Knotty Pine Swamp in the room of William DANIEL Ca.[There is a similiar entry for Simon, also Knotty Pine Swamp]
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    Apr 1743 William DANIEL vs James BRADY Debt.
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    Jul 1743 William DANIEL vs EUNDAM
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    .Oct 1743 Dom RAX vs William DANIEL
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    21 Oct 1743 Edward VANN son of Wm. VANN appointed constable in the place of William DANIEL.

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    Apr 11, 1745 Wm DANIEL enters 200 ac in Chowan Co., border: on W & NW sides of BAKER'S land and joins BAKER'S line; made out. [This may have been Col. Baker of the Honey Pot property]
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    July 1744 & Jun 1745 Wm. Daniel on a petit jury.
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    198-174 At a Court begun Opened ands held for the said County at the Court house in Edenton on the third Thursday in July 1748...Gentn: of the Grandjury be called over ... [List includes William DANIEL]1
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1680; Virginia
  • (Deceased) Death*: after 1748

Citations

  1. [S294] Mike Daniel e-mail, e-mail address, Dec 2005,.

John Harvey

M, b. say 1720
  • Last Edited: 2 Feb 2014
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1720; Virginia1
  • Marriage*: say 1743; Principal=Mary (?)
  • Research Note*: 2 February 2014; John of Edgefield is the father of William. This is proved in a deed when William's son Zepheniah sells land purchased from his father William's estate,which had been inherited by William from his father John.; Principal=William Harvey2

Family: Mary (?) b. s 1722

Citations

  1. [S210] Genealogical Notes and Anecdotes web site.
  2. [S47] Lewis W. Griffin Jr., e-mail address.

James Harvey

M, b. say 1782, d. before 22 September 1807
  • Last Edited: 31 Oct 2004
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1782
  • Death*: before 22 September 18071

Citations

  1. [S228] Joan Evans e-mail, e-mail address, 2002 - 2009,.
    Since he was not mentioned in the 1807 deed from his mother Elizabeth to her two daughters.

Zepheniah Harvey

M, b. say 1765, d. circa 1832
  • Last Edited: 28 Sep 2019

Family 1: Nancy Smith b. s 1767

Family 2:

Citations

  1. [S210] Genealogical Notes and Anecdotes web site.

William Harvey

M, b. before 1777
  • Last Edited: 31 Oct 2004

Family: Sarah (?) b. s 1782

Citations

  1. [S210] Genealogical Notes and Anecdotes web site.

John Wade Harvey

M, b. say 1766, d. 24 September 1845
  • Last Edited: 12 Jan 2004

Family: Rebecca Harvey b. s 1785, d. a 28 May 1803

Citations

  1. [S210] Genealogical Notes and Anecdotes web site.

Nehemiah Harvey

M, b. say 1768
  • Last Edited: 12 Jan 2004

Family: Sarah Ard b. s 1790

Citations

  1. [S210] Genealogical Notes and Anecdotes web site.

Thomas Harvey

M, b. say 1770, d. circa 1840
  • Last Edited: 12 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. [S210] Genealogical Notes and Anecdotes web site.

Ed Garrett1

M, b. say 1890
  • Last Edited: 2 Mar 2002

Family: Florence Smith b. s 1892

Citations

  1. [S165] California Death Records, searches.rootsweb.com.,.

Florence Smith1

F, b. say 1892
  • Last Edited: 2 Mar 2002
  • (Bride) Marriage*: Groom=Ed Garrett
  • Married Name: Garrett
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1892

Family: Ed Garrett b. s 1890

Citations

  1. [S165] California Death Records, searches.rootsweb.com.,.

Etta Bell Riser

F, b. 12 February 1886, d. 24 August 1979
  • Last Edited: 6 Oct 2002

Family 1: Claud Gilliland Ogletree b. 24 Apr 1884, d. 22 Dec 1932

Family 2: Nicholas Claude Tew b. s 1886, d. c 1951

Mae Ruth Ogletree

F, b. 19 April 1920, d. 6 April 1985
  • Last Edited: 30 Sep 2002

Family: Joseph Albert Haaga II b. 1 Sep 1919, d. 6 Jun 1974

Citations

  1. [S2] Social Security Death Records,.

Doris Edith Ogletree

F, b. 27 November 1922, d. 1998
  • Last Edited: 8 Apr 2002

Nicholas Claude Tew

M, b. say 1886, d. circa 1951
  • Last Edited: 9 Jul 2002
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1886
  • (Groom) Marriage*: say 1940; Bride=Etta Bell Riser
  • (Deceased) Death*: circa 1951; heart attack

Family: Etta Bell Riser b. 12 Feb 1886, d. 24 Aug 1979

Bernard Ogletree

M, b. say 1922, d. say 1935
  • Last Edited: 8 Apr 2002
  • Biography*: From Kristin Sabo, March 2002:
    "Bernard died at 13 from an infection in a cut on his foot. Grandma was always very sad about her brother's death. She said Bernard had gotten a stone bruise on the bottom his foot, and as little kids might do, he messed with it -- too much. He cut it with a knife trying to relieve the pressure. I guess this was 13-year-old logic on how to make it feel better. Anyway, no penicillin, and that was that."
  • (Child) Birth*: say 1922
  • (Deceased) Death*: say 1935