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151 North Carolina Marriage records Lists: Culler, John W. & Margaret Marshall 9 Oct 1850 - Francis J. Marion bm. (C.H.) Family: F8310
 
152 Old record shows place of birth in 1899 as Darbun, Walthall, Mississippi; Walthall was not established until 1912. So I think his birthplace was probably Darbun, Pike, Mississippi. Family: F189
 
153 One record said he name was Solicia. Family: F867
 
154 One source said that she married William Washington Ballard, 27 Oct 1890, Pike County, Mississippi. Family: F28
 
155 Paul H. Breeden, "Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973"
groom's name: Paul H. Breeden
groom's birth date:
groom's birthplace:
groom's age:
bride's name: Mary E. Kibbs
bride's birth date:
bride's birthplace:
bride's age:
marriage date: 22 Oct 1857
marriage place: , Victoria, Texas
groom's father's name:
groom's mother's name:
bride's father's name:
bride's mother's name:
groom's race:
groom's marital status:
groom's previous wife's name:
bride's race:
bride's marital status:
bride's previous husband's name:
indexing project (batch) number: M59292-1
system origin: Texas-VR
source film number: 1010590
reference number: 2:1JNQZCH

Citing this Record
"Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FXQB-2QX : accessed 08 Jan 2013), Paul H. Breeden and Mary E. Kibbs, 22 Oct 1857. 
Family: F721
 
156 Possibly North Carolina or South Carolina Family: F50
 
157 Presbyterian Church, Ivanhoe, California. Family: F11680
 
158 Richard L. Breeden, "Mississippi, Marriages, 1800-1911"
groom's name: Richard L. Breeden
groom's birth date:
groom's birthplace:
groom's age:
bride's name: Elizabeth M. Fortner
bride's birth date:
bride's birthplace:
bride's age:
marriage date: 25 Feb 1857
marriage place: Warren,Mississippi
groom's father's name:
groom's mother's name:
bride's father's name:
bride's mother's name:
groom's race:
groom's marital status:
groom's previous wife's name:
bride's race:
bride's marital status:
bride's previous husband's name:
indexing project (batch) number: M52037-3
system origin: Mississippi-ODM
source film number: 886049
reference number:

Citing this Record
"Mississippi, Marriages, 1800-1911," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V2DH-WW3 : accessed 08 Jan 2013), Richard L. Breeden and Elizabeth M. Fortner, 1857. 
Family: F1071
 
159 See 1900 Census declared mrg. 8 yrs. Family: F838
 
160 See 1900 Census for Marriage year. Family: F828
 
161 see burial info Family: F697
 
162 See FGS 24 for Source & Reference Notes! Family: F105
 
163 See FGS 24 for Source & Reference Notes! Family: F106
 
164 She is liste on his WW I registration. Family: F1025
 
165 Source 427.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Benjamin ARENDELL, III.
(3rd Son of Benjamin1, Sr. . & Rebecca (SARRETT) Arendell)
b. c1764; Granville Co., NC.; d. before 06 Apr. 1812, age 48 years.
[See Estate, AFAS Quartley, Vol. II, Num. 2, pg 72-78 ..prs]
Spartinburg Co., SC; Married before 1786, Spartanburg Co., SC. to
Mary "Polly: COLE; Daughter of Thomas & Martha (RICE)
COLE, of Spartanburg, Co., SC; Reported to have had 9 Children.
1. 1st Dau: Susannah, b. c1786, m. Samuel Elders
2. 2nd Dau: Polly, Jr.b. c1787, m. Zebedee Slaton
3. 1st Son: Thomas b. c1788, Not Traced!
4. 2nd Son: Charles b. c1790, Not Traced!
5. 3rd Son: Willis b. c1792, Not Traced!
6. 4th Son: Willey b. c1793, m. Sarah E. COOPER
7. 4th Son: Joel B. b. *1796, m. Elizabeth DARE
8. 6th Son: John b. c1797, Not Traced!
9. 7th Son: Absolom b. c1798, Not Traced!
Benjamin2, Jr, and wife M. "Polly" (COLE) ARENDELL can be found
in the 1790 Census for Spartanburg Co., SC.
[1790 Census, M-637, Reel 011, Page 088, F.G. 1-2-3-0-1]
H/H Benjamin ARNOLD, b. c1764, age 26 (16 Over Free White)
Wife: Polly (COLE), b. c1764, age 26 (Free White)
1. 1st Dau: Susannah, b. c1786, age 04 (Free White)
2. 2nd Dau: Polly Jr, b. c1787, age 03 (Free White)
3. 1st Son: Thomas b. c1788, age 02 (Free White)
4. 2nd Son: Charles b. c1790, age 01 (Free White)
Benjamin2, Jr, and wife M. "Polly" (COLE) ARENDELL can be found
in the 1800 Census for Spartanburg Co., SC.
[1800 Census, M-032, Reel 050, Page 206, F.G. 61010-00010-00
H/H Benjamin ARNOLD, b. c1764, age 36 (26 to 45)
Wife: Polly (COLE), b. c1764, age 36 (26 to 45)
1. 1st Dau: Susannah, b. c1786, age 14 <--Not Listed!
2. 2nd Dau: Polly, Jr.b. c1787, age 13 <--Not Listed!
3. 1st Son: Thomas b. c1788, age 12 (10 to 16)
4. 2nd Son: Charles b. c1790, age 10 (09 Under)
5. 3rd Son: Willis b. c1792, age 08 (09 Under)
6. 4th Son: Willey b. c1793, age 07 (09 Under)
7. 4th Son: Joel B. b. *1796, age 04 (09 Under)
8. 6th Son: John b. c1797, age 03 (09 Under)
9. 7th Son: Absolom b. c1798, age 02 (09 Under)
Benjamin2, Jr. d. before the 1810 Spartanburg Co. Census,
their is an Estate papers dated 06 Apr. 1812, .
[See Estate, AFAS Quartley, Vol. II, Num. 2, pg 72-78 ..prs]
The Widow M. "Polly" (COLE) ARENDELL can be found
in the 1810 Census for Spartanburg Co., SC.
[1810 Census, M-252, Reel 061, Page 202 F.G. Need Record]
Wid: Mary (COLE), b. c1764, age 46 (45 Over)
2. 2nd Dau: Polly, Jr.b. c1787, age 23 (16 to 26)
3. 1st Son: Thomas b. c1788, age 22 (16 to 26)
4. 2nd Son: Charles b. c1790, age 20 (16 to 26)
5. 3rd Son: Willis b. c1792, age 18 (16 to 26)
6. 4th Son: Willey b. c1793, age 17 (16 to 26)
7. 4th Son: Joel B. b. *1796, age 14 (10 to 16)
8. 6th Son: John b. c1797, age 13 (10 to 16)
9. 7th Son: Absolom b. c1798, age 12 (10 to 16)
1. 1st Dau: Susannah, b. c1786, age 24 (16 to 26)
m. Samuel ELDER, prior 1810 and can be
found with her own family unit (Pg 188)
2. 2nd Dau: Polly, Jr.b. c1787, m. Zebedee Slaton
[per, AFAS Quartley, Vol. II, Num. 2,
pg 72-78 ..prs] No record of this Family
Living in Spartanburg Co., SC from 1790-1850
The Widow M. "Polly" (COLE) ARENDELL can be found
in the 1820 Census for Spartanburg Co., SC.
[1820 Census, M-033, Reel 120, Page ___ F.G. Need Record]
Wid: Mary (COLE), b. c1764, age 56 (45 Over)
2. 2nd Dau: Polly, Jr.b. c1787, age 33 (26 to 45)
3. 1st Son: Thomas b. c1788, age 32 (26 to 45)
4. 2nd Son: Charles b. c1790, age 30 (26 to 45)
5. 3rd Son: Willis b. c1792, age 28 (26 to 45)
6. 4th Son: Willey b. c1793, age 27 (26 to 45)
7. 4th Son: Joel B. b. *1796, age 24 (16 to 26)
8. 6th Son: John b. c1797, age 23 (16 to 26)
9. 7th Son: Absolom b. c1798, age 22 (16 to 26)
The Widow M. "Polly" (COLE) ARENDELL can be found
in the 1830 Census for Spartanburg Co., SC.
[1830 Census, M-019, Reel 171, Page 256 F.G. Need Record]
Wid: Mary (COLE), b. c1764, age 66 (45 Over)
3. 1st Son: Thomas b. c1788, age 42 (26 to 45) No Record
4. 2nd Son: Charles b. c1790, age 40 (26 to 45) Pg. 258
5. 3rd Son: Willis b. c1792, age 38 (26 to 45) No Record
6. 4th Son: Willey b. c1793, age 37 (26 to 45) Pg. 254
7. 4th Son: Joel B. b. *1796, age 34 (26 to 46) No Record
8. 6th Son: John b. c1797, age 33 (26 to 46) Pg. 255
9. 7th Son: Absolom b. c1798, age 32 (26 to 45) No Record
This 1830 was the last record found by this writer for Mary "Polly"
(COLE) ARENDELL/ARNOLD. 
Family: F109
 
166 Source FGS 2229.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Richard Arendell, 3
(son of Reddick Arendell (132) and Rhoda Sarrett (130)
was possibly my 3rd GGF. My Richard Arendale, born in
SC on 5 Dec 1802, died Benton Co. AR on 10 Apr 1883.
He married Mary Ann Poer in TN on 24 Feb 1824. She was
born in TN in 1805, died Benton Co. AR on 13 Sep 1876.
Richard Arendale was buried in Horsley Cem., Rogers, AR &
has a tombstone. Other sources are 1860, 1870 Benton Co.
AR census. The following information about his children
is reported to come from a family bible. I have not seen
the bible, but I have been able to make several crosschecks
& found them accurate. Richard Arendale & Mary Ann Poer's
Children were: [REF:#2229.002]
1= Elizabeth, 1826-1827 in AL.
2= Joel Blackwell, 1827-1868 in AR.
3= Mary Ann, 1830-1866 in TX; m. *1851, AL. J. H McCampbell
4= John Vanburen, 1832- Not Traced!
5= Benjamin Greenberry, 1832-1861 in MO.
6= Sara Ann Tranquilla, 1834-1917 in AR. m. *1872, AR. Joseph Ed Breeze
7= Richard, jr. 1838-1872 in AR.
8= Cinderilla Cynthia, 1840-1915 in MO. m. *1864, AR. Augustine Simmons
9= William David, 1841-1863 in AR.
10=Arceneth Louisa C., 1843-1844 in AL.
11=Missouri Carolina, 1845-1858 in AR.
12=James Chapman, 1849-aft. 1900.
13=Francis Rebecca, 1851- m. *1873, TX. George Beam
This list from Shannon Sikes
who is also researching Arendale.
[REF:#2229.002]
Subj: Arendell FGS/ Spartanburg Co. SC
Date: 11/17/98 10:36:28 PM Pacific Standard Time
From: lsmith@plix.com (Larry Smith)
To: PRSJR@aol.com
CC: shannon@pacbell.net (Shannon Sikes) 
Family: F147
 
167 Source: 009.001, Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.
See SFA Profile!
families/nc/rowan/fgs0009.htm
1.2 Samuel, 1 SARRATT; 1st Son of of the American progenitor JOSEPH,
1 & Wife KATHRINE (Unknown) SARRATT; born about c1708, [REF: #90 Pg15
in Prince George's Co., MD; died about c1775-8, [REF: #90 Pg48] at the age
of 66 years, in the old Rowan County of North Carolina; Burial location
Unknown, [no headstone found by this write]r; It's been reported, he
married twice, [REF: #90 Pg17 & 48] first, at 23 years of age, Date (Prior
to 1732, birth of 1st. Son and Location probably Prince George's
Co., NC., to Miss ANN (Maiden Name Unknown); born Unknown; died,
prior to 1749 (Based on 5th. Sons birth), probably in old Orange
Co., (now Person Co.) NC; She was the Daughter of Unknown Parents;
It has been reported that they had Four Sons born to this 1st. union;
He possibly Married a second time, Date & Location in Orange Co.,
NC. (1749 Based on birth of 5th. Son) to the 19 year old (22 years
his junior?) Miss HONOUR (Unknown Maiden Name) ; born about c1730
[REF: #90 Pg42], Location Unknown; d. about c1793, at the age of 63 years,
in Rowan Co., NC.; Burial Location Unknown; She was the daughter of
Unknown Parents; believed to have had one son, born to this 2nd. union;
After the death of her 1st. husband Samuel, 1 SARRATT, she married
[REF: #90 Pg42] a second time, at the age of 55 years, on 06 Jun. 1785,
Rowan Co., NC., to JAMES FRAIZER; as his second wife, b. Unknown;
d. c1794, Rowan Co., NC.; Son of Unknown Parents; No Issue to this
second marriage.
FIRST MARRIAGE
1. 1st. Son: JOSEPH,3 b. c1732 m. c1754 Wife Unknown
2. 2nd. Son: Abraham,1 b. c1737 m. c1762 Wife Unknown
2. 2nd. Son: ALLEN,1 b. c1740 m. c1765 Keshia SUCREE, 11Ch.
3. 3rd. Son: Samuel,2 b. c1742 m. c1759 Miss Elizabeth Unknown
4. 4th. Son: RICHARD,1 b. c1743 m. c1775 Miss Frances Unknown
5. 1st. Dau: Rebecca, b. c1745 m. c1757 Benj. Arendell, Jr.
SECOND MARRIAGE
6. 5th. Son: THOMAS,1; NC b. c1750 m. c1769 Wife Unknown
Samuel, 1 SARRATT, was only 7 years old when his father JOSEPH,
1 SARRATT, died in Prince George's Co., MD. before 21 Feb. 1715,
(Record of Inventory of his Estate). He was raised to manhood with
his Step-Father WILLIAM LEWIS and his mother KATHARINE (Unknown)
SARRATT LEWIS.
The first record we find is on 13 Mar. 1729, where a Survey was done
on some 90 acres of land in Charles Co., MD. Later on 16 Sep. 1729,
Samuel, 1 SARRATT, age 21, while residing in Prince George's County,
MD., applied for a Land Survey for 90 acres?. However, when he received
his Land Grant in Oct. of 1731, it was for only 70 acres. This
70 acres was entirely in Charles County, MD. and just below the Prince
George's County line and adjacent to RICHARD BEANS'S "Thomas
Inheritance", (which his brother, JOSEPH, 2 SARRATT, acquired
some 22 years later in 1753) and adjoining John THOMAS'S
"Bowling Green" tract. (See Patent Book, #8, Pages 241 &
242, Hall of Records, Annapolis, MD...prs) [REF: #90 Pg7 & 15]
See Appendix 1.4 and 5 for copies of Survey and Royal Grant...prs
Samuel, 1 SARRATT name does NOT appear on the Maryland Rent Rolls
or any other records, that could be found by this writer, but he apparently
owned and farmed "Bridgewater" Plantation for some 13 years. (1729-1742)
When he decided to sell in 1742, he was signified as Samuel SARRAT
of Prince George's County, Planter. [REF: #90 Pg15]
In March of 1742, Samuel, 1 SARRATT, age 34, sold his "Bridgewater",
of Charles Co., MD. property to John KIDWELL, in consideration of
2,900 pounds of Tobacco. It was not until 11 March, 1744, two years
later did he receive his payment. Samuel, 1 SARRATT'S, wife ANN
(Unknown) SARRATT, told the Court that she was satisfied with the
Sale. (Which was the Custom in Maryland, that the wife approves of
the land transaction..prs. This Deed was Recorded in August, 1745.
[REF: #90 Pg16]
KING GEORGE'S WAR: 1744-48
British and the Colonial against the French. The seige of Louisburg,
Cape Briton Island, was led by WILLIAM SHIRLEY of Massachusetts.
It surrendered on 17th. Jun. 1745. Samuel, 1 SARRATT, was 37 years
old, with a least 4 sons born.
FRENCH & INDIAN WAR: 1754-63
In England called the the 7 year War, 1756-1763, started after the
French occupied the uncompleted Post Fort Duquesne [site of Pittsburgh,
PA] Col. GEORGE WASHINGTON with Virginia troops clashed with the
French at Great Meadows and dug in at Fort Necessity, withdrew
on 3rd. Jul. 1754. At the time of the French & Indian War, Samuel,
1 SARRATT, was 46 years old, with 1st Son JOSEPH, 3 SARRATT age
22; 2nd. Son ALLEN, 1 SARRATT age 14; 3rd. Son Samuel, 2 SARRATT age
12; and RICHARD SARRATT age 10 years.
Their is no further records of our Samuel, 1 SARRATT in Maryland,
but 7 years later, (1751) at age 43, it is believed, he appeared in
North Carolina applying for a Lord Granville Grant of land. Its
not really proof as to where Samuel, 1 SARRATT lived from the time
he made arrangements to sell his land in 1742, and when he shows up
in the South Hyco River area (Now Pearson Co.) of North Carolina
in 1751 [REF: #90 Pg22]
After Samuel, 1 SARRETT, age 34, sold his property in Prince George's
Co., Maryland, he probably followed the Trading Path, originally
and Indian trail that went from Fort Henry (now Petersburg, Virginia)
westward into Rowan County, North Carolina, where it crossed the Yadkin
River at Trading Ford (near Salisbury) which continues to the Indian
Camps of South Carolina and Georgia. [REF: #90 Pg23]
Samuel, 1 SARRETT, age 43 with his 1st. Wife ANN and three young
boys, settled in 1751, not to far south of the Virginia boarder in
North Carolina and begin to improve, some property on the South Hyco
and Double Creeks, then part of Granville County, now can be identified
in Person Co., NC.
DEATH OF 1st Wife ANN (Unknown) SARRETT
In [REF: #90 Pg29] states that it is believed that 1st. Wife ANN (Unknown)
SARRATT died here in then Orange Co., NC., some time between 1744
and 1749. No record or location of where buried is given, nor headstone
can be found by this writer.
After the death of his first wife, Samuel, 1 SARRATT, age 41, married a
second time about 1749, in the old Orange Co., now Person County,
NC., to the young 19 year old HONOUR (Unknown Maiden Name) (No
record of this marriage found)..prs [REF: #90 Pg 29 & 48 ]
Samuel, 1 SARRATT, age 43 entered for land on 03 Dec. 1751 and this
tract containing 422 acres was surveyed on 28 Jan. 1754, and the Land
Grant was issued by Earl of GRANVILLE on 13 Nov. 1756 all in now
as Person Co., NC. When he first entered and settled on this land,
it was part of the Granville District of Carolina Colony.
Samuel, 1 SARRATT, age 36 was paid for the tract of land he sold
in Maryland, the same year (1744) Earl of GRANVILLE received his
new charter. And its conceivable he left for North Carolina soon after
his sale. Later by 28th Jan. 1751, he probably followed the Trading
Path, originally and Indian trail that went from Fort Henry (Now
Petersburg, VA.) were it crossed the Yadkin River and Trading Ford
(near Salisbury, NC.) and continued to the Indian camps in South Carolina
and Georgia, although Samuel, 1 SARRATT, did not go that far he
found what he wanted in the land on the South Hyco river in what
later became Orange Co., North Carolina.
ROYAL LAND SURVEY, GRANVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
HIS EXCELLENCY
Lord of GRANVILLE, John CARTERET, ESQ;
His Majefty's Captain-General, and Governor in Chief, in
and over the faid Province. To the S U R V E Y O R - G E N E R A L,
Greeting:
You are forthwith to admeafure and lay out, caufe to be
admeafured and laid out unto: Samuel Sarratt, a Plantation, containing
422 Acres of Land, in the County of Orange County:
Located on both sides of the South Hico: Beginning at a
White Oak, the North side of the South fork of the Creek; Then
running South crossing the fork, 65 Chains to the Center of Two
White Oaks and a Sourwood tree; Then East crossing a prong of
Double Creek, 65 Chains, to the Center of Two White Oaks and a
Hickory; Then North crossing a prong of Double Creek, 65 Chains,
to a White Oak; Then West crossing South this 65 Chains to the
first Station; Containing Four Hundred and Twenty Two acres.
Obferving his Majefty's Inftructions for running out Lands:
Two juft and fair Plans whereof, with a proper Certificate annexed
to each, you are to return into the Secretary's Office, within twelve
Months from Date hereof. And if the Warantee fhall not, with in Eighteen
Months from Date hereof, take out a Patent for faid Lands, this Warrant,
and all Proceedings thereon, fhall be Void; and of no Force; and the
faid Land fhall be deemed vacant, and free to be taken up by any other
Perfon.
GIVEN at Orange County under my Hand, the 28th Day
of January, Annoque Domini 1754
LS/ Lord of GRANVILLE { Seal }
LS/ John CARTERET
By his Excellencys Command, LS/ Wm. CHURTONS? Fenner per Sec
Sworn Chain Carriers:
LS/ LEONARD WILLIAMS
LS/ Wm. HELLEY
NORTHERN CAROLINA COLONY
This first record of exploration of the coastal ares of what is now
North Carolina was made in 1524 by the French, two years later, 1526,
the Spanish tried to establish a colony, but this effort failed. In
1654 Sir WALTER RALEIGH under a grant from English Queen ELIZABETH
1, headed an expedition to explore and to recommend a suitable place
for a colony. This group returned to England with glowing reports
of the Roanoke Island area what is now North Carolina, but which
was called Virginia. In April of 1585, Sir RALEIGH sent a group
of more than 100 men to plant a colony in "Virginia". Threatened
with famine and destruction from hostile Indians, the entire colony
left for England on the 9th of Jun. 1586. The next year (1587) Sir
RALEIGH sent out another colony, consisting of 121 persons under
the leadership of Gov. John WHITE. With in few months Gov. WHITE
was "constrayned to return into England" to produce supplies
for the desperate colony. After being detained in England by the War
with Spain, WHITE returned to Roanoke Island in 1590 to find the
colony gone. The fate of the "Lost Colony", has remained
one of the most intriguing mysteries in North Carolina history. After
about 22 years or so after the establishment of the first permanent
English settlement in America at Jamestown, VA., in 1607, explorers
from that settlement, began visiting the northeastern portion of present
North Carolina, and on the 30th of Oct., 1629, King CHARLES I of
England granted to his attorney general ROBERT HEATH, the "Province
of Carolina" HEATH failed to colonize his vast grant, but traders
and explorers continued to come into Carolina from Virginia. The exact
date of the first permanent settlement in North Carolina is unknown,
but likely to be some time between 1660 and 1662. On the 3rd of April
1663 King CHARLES II of England granted the territory between the
31Deg and 36Deg North latitude lines to eight noblemen, which
he renamed to "Carolina" later in 1665 extending the grant
to 29Deg and 26Deg30'. The Eastern portion of the Carolinas were
being cleared and settled, but not with out problems with the non-resident
proprietors over quit-rents and other problems relating to land grants.
From 1689 to about 1711 or 1712 the Carolina region (North and South
Carolina) was ruled by a deputy governor in Charleston, South Carolina.
It was not until 1712, that North Carolina had it first governor EDWARD
HYDE. The colony grew very little from 1712 to 1718, because of the
difficulties of the 1708 Cary Rebellion and the Tuscarora War of
1711-1713 (See Tuscarora War... prs) After 1718 the colony grew
and prospered. In 1729 North Carolina became a Royal Colony when
King GEORGE II purchased the shares of the seven proprietary lords.
The eighth share was owned by John CARTERET (subsequently Earl
of GRANVILLE, subsequently Lord CARTERET) who refused to sell,
and he held this land, known as the GRANVILLE DISTRICT, until the
American Revolution, when it was absorbed by the state, but not before
after much negotiation , a new charter was prepared for Earl of GRANVILLE
in 1744 and the GRANVILLE proprietary was laid out in a contiguous
tract in North Carolina that included the tier of counties from the
town of Bath northward to the Virginia ; its eastern boundary
was the Atlantic Ocean and its Western boundary was never fixed. It
is no doubt that Samuel, 1 SARRATT, heard that Earl of GRANVILLE,
was anxious to settle his Carolina grant and that the terms were going
to be advantageous to newcomers and the acreage would be generous.
Earl of GRANVILLE had waited for so many years (since 1663, 88 years),
so when he was able to do so, he was anxious to make things attractive
for settlers and he and his agents advertised broadly. This changed
with the Revolutionary War, but Samuel, 1 SARRATT, seems to have
got in on the ground floor. (Collier's Encyclopedia, with Bibliography;
Ed. 1962; Vol 17, Page 622)
ORANGE Co. 1st. TAX LIST:
The Tax records of 1754, for Orange Co., NC prepared by ALEXANDER
MEBANE, former Sheriff, and filed with the Court in Oct. 1754, listed
only 1,113 taxable counted and these were all males over 16 years
of age, all male Servants over 16, and all Slaves, male and female
over 16. Samuel, SARRATT, age 44, was listed with Only two sons
16 years of age, with no Slaves, were listed. This same list prevailed
for 1755. [REF: #90 Pg24]
Samuel, 1 SARRATT, b. c1708, age 46
1st. Son: JOSEPH, 3 SARRATT; b. 1732, MD. age 22 (NOT listed with Family)
2nd. Son: ALLEN, 1 SARRATT; b. 1740, MD. age 14 (NOT listed with Family)
3rd. Son: Samuel, 2 SARRATT; b. 1742, MD. age 12 (NOT listed with Family)
4th. Son: RICHARD, 1 SARRATT; b. 1745-9, MD. age 9
5th. Son: THOMAS, 1 SARRATT; b. 1750, NC. age 4
ORANGE Co. SHERIFF, 1753-1755
The Orange Co., Court in Jun 1755, apppointed ARON Van HOOK constable
in place of Samuel, 1 SARRATT, age 47, so it can be assumed that
Samuel,1 SARRATT had probably been appointed constable in 1753
since the normal term was two years. [REF: #90 Pg26]
As mention earlier Samuel, 1 SARRATT, entered for land on 03 Dec.
1751 and this tract containing 422 acres was surveyed on 28 Jan. 1754,
and the Land Grant was issued by the Earl of GRANVILLE on 13 Nov.
1756. This 422 acres can be found in the now Person Co., NC. Records
can be found in Orange Co., which was formed from Bladen and Granville
Counties, in 1752; This property can be found in Caswell Co., which
was formed from Orange Co., in 1777, later can be found in Person
Co., which was formed from Caswell Co. in 1791.
[This was typed as it appeared ..prs]
NORTH CAROLINA, fi
No. _________
GEORGE, the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great- Britain,
France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. To all to whom
thefe Prefents fhall come, Greeting: KNOW YE, That We, for and in
Cnfideration of the Rent and Duties herein referved, have Given and
Granted, and by this Prefents, for Us, Our Heirs and Succffors, DO
Give and Grant, unto Samuel Sarratt
a Tract of Land, containing 422 Acres, lying and being in the County
of Orange, in our Province of North Carolina.
Located on both sides of the South Hico: Beginning at a White Oak,
the North side of the South fork of the Creek; Then running South
crossing the fork, 65 Chains to the Center of Two White Oaks and a
Sourwood tree; Then East crossing a prong of Double Creek, 65 Chains,
to the Center of Two White Oaks and a Hickory; Then North crossing
a prong of Double Creek, 65 Chains, to a White Oak; Then West crossing
South this 65 Chains to the first Station.
As by the Plat hereunto annexed doth appear; together with
all Woods, Waters, Mines, Hereditaments, and Appurtenances, to the
faid Land belonging or appertaining (one Half of all Gold and Silver
Mines excepted) to hold him the faid Samuel Sarratt Heirs and
Affigns, for ever, as of our Manor of Eaft- Greenwich, in our County
of Kent, in fee and common Socrage, by Fealty only; YIELDING AND
PAYING UNTO US, our Heirs and Succeffors, for ever, the yearly Rent
of FOUR SHILLINGS, Proclamation Money, for every Hundred Acres hereby
granted; to be paid unto us, our Heirs and Succeffors, on the Second
Day of Fetruary in each Year, at fuch Places in our faid Province
as our Governor for the Time being, with the Advise and Confent of
our Council, fall think fit to direct and appoint. Provided always,
That in Cafe the faid Samuel Sarrett Heirs and Affigns, fall not,
within Three Years from the Date hereof, dear and cultivate, according
to the Proporation of Three Acres for every Hundred; and alfo, that
if a Minute or Docket of thefe our Letters Patent fhall not be entered
in the Office of our Auditor General, for the Time being, in our faid
Province, within Six Months from the Date hereof; that then, and in
either of the faid Cafes, thefe our Letters Patent fhall be void and
of none Effect. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caufed the Seal of
our faid Province to be hereunto affixed. Witnefs our trufty and well
beloved John CARTERET, Efg; Captain General, Governor, and Commander
in Chief, in and over our faid Privince, this 13th Day of November
in the 36th Year of our Reign, Annoque Domini One Thoufand Seven
Hundred and Fifty Six.
By His Excellencym, Lord GRANVILLE
John CARTERET
What kind of country had Samuel, SARRATT settled in? By 1740 only
a handful families were reported living along the Hyco, Eno and Haw
Rivers, but by 1755 ANSON, ORANGE, and ROWAN counties together held
only 3,000 people. It wasn't until the end of the French and Indian
War (1754-1763) that emigration from Virginia increased and brought
more settlers into North Carolina. Even though Hillsborough, the
county seat for Orange County, NC, one of the largest towns in the
Piedmont District and it only boasted about 40 inhabitants in 1764.
On the 13th of Nov. 1756, a record shows Samuel, 1 SARRETT, age
48 a Quick-rent list he owned property in Orange Co., NC. It is
attached to the indenture and plat Map, that makes it possible to
identify the land on existing maps of today. (State Archives, Raleigh,
North Carolina.) [REF: #90 Pg24]
Samuel, 1 SARRATT, Planter is entitled to property situated
in the Parish of St. Matthew in the County of Orange....The yearly
rent to be 16 Shillings and 11 Pence....
(In 1977, Researchers and Descendants Norman H. & Laura
Sarratt 90 visited Samuel, 1 SARRATT'S Hyco Plantation
in the now Person Co., North Carolina. ..prs)
"Armed with our maps, we left the pavement of Route
I-166 in Person County, NC. and followed the road out toward the
Two Prongs of the Double Creek until the road finally dwindled
out in the yard of an old house whose sagging porch was held up by
rocks in several places. Near the house were three old tobacco drying
sheds made of massive hand hewn logs which looked as though they had
not been used in years. An old gentleman, his elderly wife, and 40
year old son lived there as tenant farmers and they came out to meet
us, very surprised at our visit. We sat on their porch and chatted
with them and they told us there was an old double-walled log cabin
down closer to the creek, but the path to the cabin was overgrown
with brambles and bushes, and the 40 year old, son, who was
suspicious of us from the start, said there were snakes down there
and it would be dangerous for us to try the hike. We decided there
was something he didn't want us to see, and the strong smell of
liquor on his breath, despite the fact it was Sunday morning, made us
wary and we prudently declined the old man's offer. Ever since then
we have regretted our cowardice. What if we had gone down the bramble
path and found "S.S." carved into one of the old logs?" In the Sep.
1757, Court of Orange Co., NC. they qualified LAWRENCE THOMPSON as
Sheriff, with JAMES BOWIE and Samuel SARAT were qualified as
Under-Sheriffs. [REF: #90 Pg26]
The BOWIE family was a prominent family in Prince George's
Co., Maryland. It is not unreasonable to assume that these two families
emigrated together...prs
COURT RECORDS of 1758
Samuel, 1 SARRATT, age 50, appears three more times in the Court
of Pleas & Quarter Sesions, Records of Orange Co., NC.
March, 1758 Samuel, 1 SARRATT...proved a Bill of Sale,
for a Negro man from John ROGERS to THOMAS ERSKINE.
June, 1758 ROBERT ALSUP was accused of stealing a saddle
and bell from Samuel, 1 SARRATT and was told to stand trial at the
next Court.
December, 1758 the Debtors Court listed JAMES CARY, Jr.
Vs Samuel, 1 SARRATT. No disposition of these cases could be found,
may had to do with Samuel'S duties as Under- Sheriff.
This 1758 Court entry, is the last record found of Samuel, 1 SARRATT in
Orange Co., North Carolina. It is believed that Samuel, 1 SARRATT,
at the age of 50 years, relocated again to Rowan Co., which now is
the Southern part of Davidson Co. North Carolina.
RELOCATION to ROWAN COUNTY, NC
The next record found, is in 1765, Rowan Co. NC (Now reformed into
southern Davision Co...prs) lists the 57 year old Samuel, 1 SARRATT,
as being paid for bring in woolfs, panthers, and cat's. Because
of the lack of money due to difficulty in collecting taxes. This period
was the beginning of the revolt against unfair taxes by the farmers
who called themselves Regulators, and many of them had agreed to
skip paying taxes until a better system was evolved and honest collectors
were employed. (Minutes of Court of Pleas & Quarter Session, Rowan
County, North Carolina; 1764, II:615) [REF: #90 Pg28]
Amoung others Samuel SARRATT is credited with bringing
in "4 catts" for which he was entitled to 10 Shillings and
8 Pence. WILLIAM MEBANE claimed bounty on the same list. The Clerk
was ordered by the Court to pay four-fifths of each claim.
We can never be sure why Samuel, 1 SARRATT, age 56 now left his
second home on the Hyco river of the old Orange Co., NC. and moved
southwest to Rowan Co., NC, but there are strong indications he did.
He had only to continue on down the Trading Path to reach this part
of the state (now southern Davidson Co., NC). If he did leave, why
would an older man want to leave his plantation for land less settled?
Perhaps he moved further south with his younger sons in their quest
for property. One of Samuel, 1 SARRATT'S sons JOSEPH, 1 SARRATT,
remained along the South Hyco in Orange Co., NC., as a substantial
landholder, which probably included his father's original property,
no record has been found that the elder Samuel, 1 SARRATT sold it.
It appears that most of the SARRATT family came to Rowan Co., NC
to the area that is now in the southern part of Davidson County along
the Yadkin River. [REF: #90 Pg28] It is believed that Samuel, 1 SARRATT
resided along the Yadkin River in old Rowan Co., (now southern Davidson
Co.) NC., for some 15 years 1756 to 1771. Then he just continued on
down the Trading Path to the old Tryon Co., NC. where he died some
5 years later about 1775.
No record of Samuel, 1 SARRATT, as owning land in the
old Rowan Co., NC. from to 1756-1771 by this writer...prs
The next record found is on __ March 1771, land was Surveyed for Samuel,
1 SARRATT/SURRATT, age 63 some 250 acres and his 3rd son Samuel,
2 SARRATT, Jr. , age 29 some 200 acres. On 14 Nov. 1771, they, both
received Land Grants No. 3195 and No. 3187 from the then Royal North
Carolina Government, the JOSIAH MARTIN Royal Governor (1771-1775) Both
Samuel'S probably had entered prior to the 1771 Survey, because
it was customary for persons to improve land by erecting some kind
of a dwelling to live on prior to filing their Survey or Grant. ()
From the CROWN To: SAML. SURATT on 14th of November
1771, 250 acres of land in Tryon County, State aforesaid.. On the
West Side of the Broad River.. Joining the river bank... Near JOEL
BLACKWELL'S tract.
From the CROWN To: Samuel SURATT on 14th of November
1771, 200 acres of land in Tryon County, State aforesaid.. On the
West Side of the Broad River.. Joining cource of the Sd. River
(A point) ... Near the mount of a branch. (Page 699)
As above mentioned this property was original in what was called Tryon
County, of North Carolina, when the SARRATT'S originally moved
there in 1770. At that time this area was in the jurisdiction of North
Carolina In the boundary dispute between the two Carolinas in 1772, which
was called the "New Acquisition" the residents of this area
were forced to re- register their property with the Colony 0f South
Carolina. This property was then located in the Nity-Six District
of South Carolina (formed 1769) Then in 1785, it became part of the
Spartanburg Co, South Carolina. Later when Cherokee Co. was formed
in 1897 from Spartanburg, Union and York Counties and today, this
property can be found in Cherokee Co., SC.
RE-REGISTER for SOUTH CAROLINA
From the CROWN To: SAML. SURATT on 14th of November
1771, 250 acres of land in Tryon County, State aforesaid.. On the
West Side of the Broad River.. Joining the river bank... Near JOEL
BLACKWELL'S tract. (Grant 410, Bk 20, Pg700)
From the CROWN To: Samuel SURATT on 14th of November
1771, 200 acres of land in Tryon County, State aforesaid.. On the
West Side of the Broad River.. Joining cource of the Sd. River
(A point) ... Near the mount of a branch. (Grant 63?, Bk20 Pg700)
SOUTHERN CAROLINA COLONY
The first settlement was in the spring of 1670, along the Ashley River
and was named Charles Town after King CHARLES II. Ten years later
the colonist moved to the present location of Charleston (as the
name was written after 1783) on the peninsula between the Ashley and
Cooper rivers. By 1680 the settlement had 1,000 to 1,200 people; by
1700 it had nearly 16,000. For 50 years South Carolina, theoretically
was united to North Carolina, but was actually a separate colony under
a series of deputy governors appointed by the proprietors. These men,
of course, major interest were their superiors in England, which came
first; they harried the colony for money crops and quick-rents and
vetoed many of the early measures passed by the Carolina elected assembly.
The Carolina colonists felt that they had insufficient support against
the Indians and pirates and felt that they would dare better under
direct rule of the king. In 1719 the Carolina Colonist sent the last
proprietary governor home with the request that the king take over
the colony. JAMES MOORE served as governor until 1721 when King
GEORGE I sent Sir FRANCIS NICHOLSON as Royal Governor. In 1729
Carolina became two royal provinces of North and South Carolina.
For some 46 years, under royal rule South Carolina grew and prospered.
Because of the economic prosperity South Carolina enjoyed as a royal
province, it seperated reluctantly from Great Britin in 1775. However,
as early as June of 1775, the colony voted to raise Colonist Troops
for the Revolution War; in September the royal governor was forced
to flee; and six months later a state government was established.
On May 23rd, 1788 South Carolina, became the 8th state to ratify the
United State Constitution. (Collier's Encyclopedia, with Bibliography;
Ed. 1962; Vol. 21, Page 395)
Tryon Co., NC. was formed from Mecklenburg Co., on 10th
Apr. 1769. It was named in honor of WILLIAM TRYON, governor of North
Carolina, 1765-1771. The boundary between Tryon & Mecklenburg was
established in 1774. S.R. XXXIII, pg769
The said county of Mecklenburg shall be, and is hereby divided
into Two distinct Counties and Parishes, by a Line beginning at Earl
GRANVILLE'S line; where it crosses the CATAWBA River; and the said
River to be the line to the South Carolina Line; and all that part
of the said County which lies to the eastward of said dividing line
shall be a District County and Parish, and remain, and be called by
the name of Mecklenburg County and St. Martin's Parish; and all
that part of the said County which lies to the westward of said dividing
line shall be one other District County and Parish, and be and renamed,
by the name of Tryon County and St. Thomas's Parish.
The Act of 10th Apr. 1769, named county commissioners to select a
place whereon to erect a court house, prison and stocks" the
commissioners were replace in 1770, again in 1774. No court house
location was found until 1777, at the place "called the Cross
Roads on CHRISTOPHER MAUNEY'S land between the head of "Long
Creek, Muddy Creek and Beaver Dam Creek" when and act called
levying additional taxes for the completed courthouse, and of
coarse, the county was abolished 2 years later in 1779.
Tryon Co., NC. was dissolved in 1779 when it was divided in to Rutherford
(formed 1779) and Lincoln Co., NC. which was formed in 1778. Later
the larger Lincoln Co. was further divided into part to Cleveland
in 1841 (with other part of Rutherford Co.); to Catawba Co., in 1842;
to Gaston Co., in 1846.
In 1774, Samuel, 1 SARRATT, age 66 along with son Samuel, 2 SARRATT,
age 32 and Grandson John, 2 SARRATT, age 15, all can be identified
as a Witness in a deed transaction of WILLIAM WILSON of Tryon
Co., NC. (Deed Abstracts of Tryon Co., NC; 1769-1786; Pg. 104-5;
08 Aug. 1774
Wm. WILSON of Tryon Co., NC. hereby convey to THOMAS WILSON of same;
some 200 acres including the Plantation whereon said Wm. WILSON now
lives....
Signed by Wm. WILSON
Witness: LS/ Samuel SARRATT, Sr.
Witness: LS/ Samuel SARRATT, Jr. <.....3rd Son of Samuel, Sr.
Witness: LS/ John SARRATT <.....1st Son of Samuel, Jr.
DEATH OF Samuel, 1 SARRATT
In [REF: #90 Pg48] list the death of Samuel, 1 SARRATT as "died about
1775, in North Carolina" but no record soarce given. The death
of 1775, has not been verified by this writer, nor the location. No
record has been found of Samuel, 1 SARRATT, leaving a Will or
where he is buried, in the then Tryon Co., NC... the above 08 Aug.
1774 in Tryon Co., NC. is the last record of Samuel, 1 SARRATT, Sr.
the search goes on...prs
Source & Reference Notes!
[REF: #0009.002]
LDS-Ancestral File # AF94-101821
Teri Jo Williams
19010 Caballero Dr.
Apple Valley, CA. 92308
Lot's of bad Info.
[REF: #0009.003
LDS-Ancestral File AF97-114594
By Owren D. SARRATT
5825 Merriewood Dr.
Oakland, CA. 94611
Listed 2 Samuels,
2 Richards,
1 Thomas (s/o 2nd wife ..prs) 
Family: F119
 
168 Source: 540.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
See Thomas,1 SARRATT Family Profile! at URL
Thomas,1 Sarratt 
Family: F142
 
169 Source: FGS 0008.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Samuel, 2 SARRATT, [1.2.3]
See Samuel,2 SARRATT Family Profile at SFA Site:
families/sc/sarratt/fgs0008.htm 
Family: F136
 
170 Source: FGS 0017.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Henry DICKERSON; [FGS 17]
(s/o Thomas1 & Isabella/Elizabeth (Unk.) Dickerson)
b. abt 1700, Piscataway Parish, Prince George's Co., MD.
d. abt 1778, age 78 years; Buried location is Unknown (to me)
At the age of 20, in 1720 at St. John's Parish, Prince George's Co.,
MD. he married the 21 year old Miss Susannah SARRATT;
b. abt 1700, Prince George's Co., MD.
d. abt 1778, age 78;
Buried location is Unknown (to me)
They had at least 7 Children born to this Union:
+1. 1st Son: John, b. *1721 d. c1778 m. Ruth, 12Ch [FG 626]
+2. 2nd Son: Thomas, b. c1724 m. Wife ?, 6Ch
+3. 3rd Son: Sarratt Sr., b. c1725 d. *1816 m. Hannah HOLLAND, 5Ch.[FG 19]
4. 4th Son: Solmon, b. c1727 Not Traced!
5. 5th Son: Zadock, b. c1729 Not Traced!
+6. 1st Dau: Ruth, b. c1730 m. West BURGESS, Sr.
+7. 2nd Dau: Deborah, b. c1732 m. Cleb BURGESS,
Source and Reference Notes!
[REF:#?] (Various numbers)
The Sarratt / Sarrett / Surratt Family Profiles!
(See URL: http://members.aol.com/prsjr/prs/s_source.htm)
[REF:#0017.002]
Mr. JACK SHREVE; 308 Cumberland St., Cumberland, D. 21502;
Phone 301-724-3015; Descendant & Researcher of Dau: SUSANNA
(SURRATT) DICKINSON/DICKERSON; Letter to this writer Oct. 05, 1994.
[REF:#0017.003]
http://www.gbso.net/actor/actor.htm (HomePage)
http://www.gbso.net/actor/data/d0114/g0000021.html#26352
(s/o Thomas (1650 England - 1725, MD) m. Elizabeth
(1Gs/o William (no dates)
(2Gs/o John (b1596 - no date)
(b. Brampton, Suffolkshrie, England)
F.G. #I26352 Henry Dickerson 1685-1785
End of File! 
Family: F150
 
171 Source: FGS 0017.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Henry DICKERSON; [FGS 17]
(s/o Thomas1 & Isabella/Elizabeth (Unk.) Dickerson)
b. abt 1700, Piscataway Parish, Prince George's Co., MD.
d. abt 1778, age 78 years; Buried location is Unknown (to me)
At the age of 20, in 1720 at St. John's Parish, Prince George's Co.,
MD. he married the 21 year old Miss Susannah SARRATT;
b. abt 1700, Prince George's Co., MD.
d. abt 1778, age 78;
Buried location is Unknown (to me)
They had at least 7 Children born to this Union:
+1. 1st Son: John, b. *1721 d. c1778 m. Ruth, 12Ch [FG 626]
+2. 2nd Son: Thomas, b. c1724 m. Wife ?, 6Ch
+3. 3rd Son: Sarratt Sr., b. c1725 d. *1816 m. Hannah HOLLAND, 5Ch.[FG 19]
4. 4th Son: Solmon, b. c1727 Not Traced!
5. 5th Son: Zadock, b. c1729 Not Traced!
+6. 1st Dau: Ruth, b. c1730 m. West BURGESS, Sr.
+7. 2nd Dau: Deborah, b. c1732 m. Cleb BURGESS,
Source and Reference Notes!
[REF:#?] (Various numbers)
The Sarratt / Sarrett / Surratt Family Profiles!
(See URL: http://members.aol.com/prsjr/prs/s_source.htm)
[REF:#0017.002]
Mr. JACK SHREVE; 308 Cumberland St., Cumberland, D. 21502;
Phone 301-724-3015; Descendant & Researcher of Dau: SUSANNA
(SURRATT) DICKINSON/DICKERSON; Letter to this writer Oct. 05, 1994.
[REF:#0017.003]
http://www.gbso.net/actor/actor.htm (HomePage)
http://www.gbso.net/actor/data/d0114/g0000021.html#26352
(s/o Thomas (1650 England - 1725, MD) m. Elizabeth
(1Gs/o William (no dates)
(2Gs/o John (b1596 - no date)
(b. Brampton, Suffolkshrie, England)
F.G. #I26352 Henry Dickerson 1685-1785
End of File! 
Family: F211
 
172 Source: FGS 010.001, By Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
It can be speculated that prior to 1778, 2nd. Wife HONOUR (Unknown)
SARRATT, age 44, that after the death of her husband SAMUEL, 1 SARRATT
Sr, returned to Rowan Co., NC., to be with her Son THOMAS, 1 SARRATT.
In any case a record can be found regarding a connection of SAMUEL,
1 SARRATT, Sr. death before 31 Aug. 1778, when three men SIMON DAVIS,
JOHN GARDNER and ROBERT BARKLEY went to the Land Office at the County
Seat Salisbury, Rowan Co., NC.
SIMON DAVIS, JOHN GARDNER and ROBERT BARKLEY is granted
150 acres of land on the waters of "Cabin Creek" including HONOUR
SARRATT and son THOMAS, 1 SARRATT'S improvements; "Made over
to HONOUR SARRATT". (Rowan Co., Vacant Lands, Patent No 1457,
Dated 31 Aug. 1778)
Were these men, trying to do a Widow a favor or were they "Land
Speculators" trying to claim the land of the deceased SAMUEL,
1 SARRATT, Sr.?
Another record shows the Widow HONOUR (Unknown) SARRATT filed a
new entry for 300 acres, a month later on 23 Sep. 1778. (No doubt
this 300 acres was the land her deceased husband SAMUEL, 1 SARRATT,
Sr had improved from 1764 till his death about 1778) The practice
of granting land to women was only carried out when they were living
on the land improved by a deceased husband. (Rowan Co., Vacant Lands,
Patent No 1555, Dated 23 Sep. 1778)
300 acres of land lying on the waters of "Cabin Creek";
below the Meeting House and running up to include the ridge between
Sd. Creek and the Dry Fork, including the improvements.. where
she now lives.
Another record shows, still the Widow HONOUR (Unknown) SARRATT age
53; 300 acres was surveyed:
LAND GRANT SURVEY
HONOUR SARRATT
Rowan County, NC. Apr. 26th. 1783
NORTH CAROLINA }
} SS:
COUNTY of ROWAN }
This plan represents a tract of land Surveyed for HONOUR
SARRAT, lying on the North of Cabin Creek; Beginning at a Pine,
on JOHN BADGETT and MATTHEW SKEEN property and runs on their line
East 40 Chains to a Red Oak; Thence North 75 Chains, along CLEMENT
LANIER, Sr. line to a Pine; Thence West 40 Chains, along JOSEPH
and PHILLIP MARSH'S line to a Black Oak; Thence South, along the
ridge, 75 Chains, to the Beginning. Containing 300 Acres. Surveyed
April the 26th, 1783
JOHN M. EROMEL?
Sworn Chain Carriers
DANIEL LAUGHTIN
Wm. ?
This property in 1778, was located North of Cabin Creek, beginning
below the Meeting House, and running up so as to include the ridge
between Cabin Creek and Dry Creek. Today it can be located lying
along Highway 109, North of the intersection of Loftin Road and Handy
Road.
Her son THOMAS, 1 SARRATT, was granted property in Jan. 1779, North
of her in the "Flat Swamp" drainage area, and Step-Son ALLEN, 1 SARRATT
was granted property in Nov. 1778, South of her property along "Beverdam
Creek".
The 55 year old Widow HONOUR (Unknown) SARRATT married, [REF: #90 Pg 42]
a second time on 06 June 1785, in then Rowan Co., (later Davidson Co.) NC.,
to JAMES FRAZER; born Unknown, as his second wife. It would seem this marriage
was for companionship, which didn't last very long. HONOUR (Unknown)
SARRATT FRAZER, died 8 years later about 1793, at 63 years of age.
In the 1790 Census, for Rowan Co., NC. list the elderly couple, living
with JENNET FRAZER, daughter of JAMES FRAZER, first marriage; 2nd
Son ALLEN, 1 SARRATT was living close by (F.G. 32) as well as 5th
Son THOMAS, 1 SARRATT (F.G. 23); (M-637, State Reel 7, Page 172,
F.G. 28)
H/H JAMES FRAZER, age ?
Wife HONOUR (Unknown) SARRATT FRAZER, age 60
Dau: JENNET FRAZER, age
Female SLAVE
Female SLAVE
The exact date and location of burial of HONOUR (Unknown) SARRATT
FRAZER is unknown, but 5th son THOMAS, 1 SARRATT began to dispose
of her property in 1793. 3rd. Son ALLEN, 1 SARRATT was still living
in the County, but the Court did not recognize anyone but THOMAS,
1 SARRATT as her Heir, not even her second husband JAMES FRAZER.
5th Son THOMAS, 1 SARRATT even sold 150 acres of his mothers property
to her second husband, JAMES FRAZER for 60 pounds, probably so he
could continue to live on his mothers property.
The next year, the lonely JAMES FRAZER, prepared his Will which
is dated 05 Jan. 1794, which began: "In the name of God, amen!
I JAMES FRAZER, being aged and infirm...", indicated that he was
late in years. He listed 5 adult children and JANNET FRAZER, whom
he left 70 pounds.
Apparently after his death some 8 months later, on 30 Aug. 1794, his
three sons sold 320 acres on Grante Creek that had belonged to their
father JAMES FRAZER as instructed in his Will. Later, in 1797,
they sold the 150 acres JAMES FRAZER had bought from 5th Son THOMAS,
1 SARRATT to HENRY GILES. 
Family: F137
 
173 Source: FGS 023.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.
James, Jr. GILMORE can be found in the 1790 Census for Spartanburg
Dist. as H/H page 89 along with his father James, Sr. Samuel, Sr.
SARRATT and sons all living on the same Page! ...prs
James Jr. GILMORE and wife Rhoda (SARRATT) GILMORE and family can be
found in the 1800 Spartanburg Dist. Census.
[1800, M-32, Reel 50, Pg. 211, F.G. 11010-10100-00]
H/H James, Jr. GILMORE, b. c1766 age 34 (26 to 45)
Wife Rhoda (SARRATT, b. c1776 age 24 (16 to 26)
1st Son 1st wife b. c1790 age 10 (10 to 16) <--Note
1st Dau: Mary, b. c1796 age 04 (09 Under)
2nd Son: Daniel, b. c1798 age 02 (09 Under)
James Jr, GILMORE, died before the 1810 Census, because the
"Widow" Rhoda (SARRATT) GILMORE, can be found as Head of Household
[1810, M-252, Reel 61, Pg. 202, F.G. Need Record!] 
Family: F102
 
174 Source: FGS 023.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.
James, Jr. GILMORE can be found in the 1790 Census for Spartanburg
Dist. as H/H page 89 along with his father James, Sr. Samuel, Sr.
SARRATT and sons all living on the same Page! ...prs
James Jr. GILMORE and wife Rhoda (SARRATT) GILMORE and family can be
found in the 1800 Spartanburg Dist. Census.
[1800, M-32, Reel 50, Pg. 211, F.G. 11010-10100-00]
H/H James, Jr. GILMORE, b. c1766 age 34 (26 to 45)
Wife Rhoda (SARRATT, b. c1776 age 24 (16 to 26)
1st Son 1st wife b. c1790 age 10 (10 to 16) <--Note
1st Dau: Mary, b. c1796 age 04 (09 Under)
2nd Son: Daniel, b. c1798 age 02 (09 Under)
James Jr, GILMORE, died before the 1810 Census, because the
"Widow" Rhoda (SARRATT) GILMORE, can be found as Head of Household
[1810, M-252, Reel 61, Pg. 202, F.G. Need Record!] 
Family: F163
 
175 Source: FGS 024.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
See SFS Family Profiles!
family/sc/arendell/rederick1.htm 
Family: F103
 
176 Source: FGS 0568.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
See:
 
Family: F139
 
177 Source: FGS 0592.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Richard2 ARENDELL;
(s/o Benjamin, Sr. & Rebecca (SARRATT) ARENDELL)
(g/s Richard1 & Elliner ARENDALE) <--The Progenitor in America! 
Family: F121
 
178 Source: FGS 1033.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. [prsjr@aol.com]
It's been "Proven" that Nannie MORGAN (Wife of John3 SARRATT)
was a Daughter of Anthony3 and Mary (Wilson) MORGAN, and in
[REF: 1033.002 States:
JOHN SARRATT, my grandfather, previous to the Revolution, married
NANNIE MORGAN, a sister to <--This "proves" Charles was s/o Anthony3
CHARLES MORGAN, who lived east of the Broad River in York Co. <--Our Subject
(This is now in Cherokee Co., SC. ..prs)
I never new who Charles MORGAN, wife was until I saw a Query
on the Genform [REF:#1003.003] Dated August 16, 1998, that she
was "Lurena Arnold/Arundel married Charles Morgan of York Co. SC.
abt 1780." I returned E-Mail, but I have not heard from Leslie ..prs
Charles MORGAN and family can be found in the 1790 Census for York Co.,
Father Anthony3 was living on pg28 and
Sons Charles, John and Samuel MORGAN living on pg29.
[1790 Census, M-637, Reel 011, Pg029, F.G. 1-5-4-0-0]
H/H Charles MORGAN, b. c1764, age 26 (Free White Over a16y)
Wife Lurena (ARENDELL) b. c1765, age 25 (Free White)
1. 1st Son: Anthony4, b. c1785, age 5 (Free White Under a16y)
2. 1st Dau: Polly. b. c1786, age 4 (Free White)
2. 2nd Son: Charles, b. c1787, age 3 (Free White Under a16y)
3. 3rd Son: Unknown, b. c1788, age 2 (Free White Under a16y)
4. 3rd Dau: Unknown, b. c1786, age 4 (Free White)
7. 4th Son: Unknown, b. c1789, age 1 (Free White Under a16y)
8. 5th Son: Unknown, b. c1790, age 6/12 (Free White Under a16y)
[Spartanburg, Co., SC., Deed Bk. G, Page 220-1]
A "Grant" dated Mar. 05, 1795 was issued to Charles MORGAN, age 31
by the Gov. Charles PICKNEY of 424 acres of land lying on West
side of Broad River.
A record of 1798 show that Charles MORGAN, age 34 was living in the old
96th District. His prpoerty was "Bounded" by his Brother-In-Law John
SARRETT, SR. (John's wife was Nannie MORGAN, sister of Charles MORGAN)
(See below Survey of 14 Sep...prs
On 14th Sep. 1798, a record shows John, 3 SARRATT, Sr., age 39 a
survey was provided of some 381 acres in the old Ninety-Six District of SC.
present-day York Co., SC. ..prs
[Commission of Locations 96th Dist. 1786-1803 Spartanburg, SC; Page 447]
Survey for JOHN SARRATT, Sr of Spartanburg Co., SC., 381
acres of land lying on the "Wagon Road" leading to "Cherokee Ford"
on the Broad River; and to "Tate's Ferry", & road to "Grindel Shoals",
Bounded by:
CHARLES MORGAN, <----age 34; Son of Anthony3 MORGAN
JOHN COOPER, <----This my be Zachariah COOPER's Father?
THOMAS COLE, <----age 55; & wife Martha (RICE)
THOMAS PHILLIPS, and
JAMES GIBSON
Even though this property is "listed" as being in the 96th Dist.
with the boundary changes, it was in the present-day York Co., CO. prs
In the 1790 Census the above property owners can be found.
Charles MORGAN, York Co. pg 29
Johnthan COOPER, York Co. pg 30
Thomas COLE, Spartanburg pg 88
Thomas PHILLIPS, Spartanburg pg 88
James GIBSON, York Co. pg 30
It is believed that Charles & Wife Lurena (ARENDELL) MORGAN,
left the Spartanburg/York area along with Lurena's brother
and family John, Sr. & wife Grace (REDDERCK) ARENDELL,
(See John. Sr. ARENDELL FGS) moved to Logan Co. (present-day
Butler Co.), KY.
Records indicate John, Sr. ARENDELL and family
migrated to the "Muddy River" Section of Logan Co. (present-day
Butler Co., KY about 1806. ..prs
Charles & Lurena (ARENDALE) MORGAN, should have been listed
in the 1800 Census for York Co., SC., but can not be found
by this writer. Brother John, Sr. & Grace (REDDERICK) ARENDELL,
can be found still living in Spartanburg, SC in the 1800 Census,
(Page 171) any way records show that Charles & Lurena (ARENDELL)
MORGAN were getting ready to move, by disposing of his property.
A Deed Record dated 06 Oct 1800; Shows that Charles MORGAN
sold some property to Brother-in-Law John SARRATT, Sr.
[Spartanburg, Co., SC., Deed Bk. G, Page 220-1]
Charles MORGAN, of Spartanburg Co., SC; conveys to John SARRETT, Sr.
of Spartanburg Co., SC. for consideration of $120 some 424 acres of
land lying on West side of Broad River; Boarder of:
"Old Rights Land"
HARRIS
SARRATT
Grant 05 Mar. 1795 by Gov. Charles PICKNEY to Charles MORGAN.
Witness: John PHILLIPS
Witness: Anthony SARRATT <---oldest s/o John, Sr & Nannie (MORGAN)
Witness: William CARTER
Signed by Charles ( X ) MORGAN
HIS MARK
Wit. oath 16 Oct. 1800 John PHILLIPS. to H. McCRAY
Recorded: 17 Apr. 1801
A Deed Record dated 10 Nov 1800; Charles MORGAN to John ARENDELL, Jr.
[Spartanburg, Co., SC., Deed Bk. G, Page 220-1]
Charles MORGAN, of Spartanburg Co., SC; conveys to John ARENDELL, Jr.
of Spartanburg Co., SC. for consideration of $250 some 100 acres of
land lying on "Cherokee Creek"
Witness: John ARENDELL, Sr. <--Charles Brother-I-Law
Witness: Benet ARENDELL <--Brother of John Sr.
Signed by Charles MORGAN
Wit. oath 29 Nov. 1800 John ARENDELL, Sr. to H. McCRAY
Recorded: 20 Apr. 1801
Charles MORGAN, sells more property to another Brother-In-Law
Richard ARENDELL, brother of his Wife Lurena (ARENDELL) MORGAN!
Deed record dated 14 Sep. 1801 Charles sell property to B-I-Law
[Spartanburg Co., SC., Deed Bk. G, Page 318-9]
Charles MORGAN, of Spartanburg Co., SC. conveys to Richard ARUNDELL
and wife "Polly" ARUNDELL, of Spartanburg Co., SC. for $500 some
220 acres of land lying on both sides of "Cherokee Creek"; border of
John ARUNDELL, Junr. to <--This is s/o John Sr.
William MORGAN's line <--This may be the Wm. who m. Elizabeth ARENDELL
Witness: Daniel McCAY
Witness: William MORGAN
Signed by Charles MORGAN
Recorded: 02 Oct. 1801
Note: You must under stand the formations pattern of the Counties
in Kentucky to research these families.
The larger Logan Co., KY was formed in 1792, from the old Lincoln Co.
Butler Co., was formed in 1810 from the larger Logan Co. of Ohio and
part from Logan Co., KY.
Charles MORGAN and family can be found in the 1810 Census for
Butler Co., KY.
[1810 Census, M-252, Reel 005, Pg195, F.G. 00201-13001-00]
H/H Charles MORGAN, b. c1764, age 46 (45 Over)
Wife Lurena (ARENDELL) b. c1765, age 45 (45 Over)
6. 4th Son: Unknown, b. c1789, age 21 (16 to 26)
7. 5th Son: Unknown, b. c1790, age 20 (16 to 26)
8. 3rd Dau: Unknown, b. c1786, age 15 (10 to 16)
9. 4th Dau: Unknown, b. c1786, age 13 (10 to 16)
10. 5th Dau: Unknown, b. c1786, age 11 (10 to 16)
Not Living with the 1810 Family Unit!
1. 1st Son: Anthony4, b. c1784, age 26 (16 to 26)
2. 2nd Son: Unknown, b. c1787, age 23 (16 to 26)
3. 3rd Son: Unknown, b. c1788, age 22 (16 to 26)
4. 1st Dau: Unknown, b. c1783, age 20 (16 to 26)
5. 2nd Dau: Unknown, b. c1785, age 18 (16 to 26)
Lurena (ARENDALLE) MORGAN brother and family can be
found on pg192
ARNOLD, John, Pg. 192 FG. 02010-00010-04
ARNOLD, Cader. Pg. 192 Fg. 20010-12010-00 <--s/o John
ARNOLD, Lott, Pg. 192 FG. 00100-00010-00 <--s/o John
Source and Reference Notes!
[REF: 1033.002
"THE SARRATT FAMILY" papers [REF:#155]
By Nobel Sarratt, Ed. c1897 (b.1809 - d.1897)
[REF:#1003.003]
GenForum: RE: Lurena Arendel Morgan
Posted by: Leslie Hood (hood@mail.slkc) New hood@uswest.net)
August 16, 1998 at 23:13:16:
Lurena Arnold/Arundel married
Charles Morgan of York Co. SC. abt 1780.
They went to Kty, then to ILL, finally to Indiana.
Who were her parents? >I believe Lurena ARRENDELL was a d/o Benjamin Sr. &
>See the Following FGS on Charles MORGAN, I have not Traced this family
>since leaving Spartanbirg/York SC area.
>Would like to Exchange info. on these families!
>Paul R. Sarrett, County Coordinator
>Cherokee, Spartanburg & York Co.'s SCGENWEB, Project
No response from Leslie as of Nov. 05, 1998!!!!!!
[REF:#1003.004]
Subj: Morgan family
Date: 11/8/98 8:23:10 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: Myfirehouse@worldnet.att.net (Michael Mudd)
To: prsjr@aol.com
I am looking for information on
William Morgan [b. 1761] m. Spartanburg Co., SC abt 1786
Elizabeth Arendell/Arrendell.
He is a possible son of Anthony Morgan who
also had a son Charles Morgan b. abt 1751 VA,
d. abt 1832 Warrick Co., IN, m. Lurena Arnold.
Charles Morgan/Lurena Arnold had a son
Anthony Morgan b. 1784 York Co., SC,
d. 3-29-1842 Warrick Co., IN
m. 2-8-1804 Logan Co., KY Christina Hargrave
b. 1788, d. abt 1825 dau. of John Hargrave
b. 11-23-1755, d. 10-30-1834 Jonesboro, Union Co., IL
m. 1785 SC Kathryn McNeal b. 1755, d. 1823 Union Co., IL.
Anthony Morgan and William Morgan were in the
1818 state census of Union Co., IL and the
1820 federal census,
Anthony Morgan went to Warrick Co., IN
and William Morgan d. Aug. 1839 Union Co., IL.
[REF:#1003.004]
Subj: Morgan family
Date: 11/8/98 8:50:11 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: Myfirehouse@worldnet.att.net (Michael Mudd)
To: prsjr@aol.com
Paul,
Do you have any information on
William Morgan m. Spartanburg Co., SC
Elizabeth Arendell poss.
dau of Benjamin Arendell (1733-1784) and a
Charles Morgan (1751-1832) m. Lurena Arnold.
Thanks,
Mike
[REF:#1003.005]
Family Tree Maker, Classified Ad: Arnold, Lurena; Ad #4392
Born: 1757 in Virginia <---Not Possible! prs
Married: unknown in unknown
Died: 1832 in Warrick County, Indiana
Spouse: Morgan, Charles
Children: Anthony
Other Information: Lurena's child, Anthony, was born in SC.
What I would like to find out:
Lurena Arnold Morgan was my gggg grandmother.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Who were her parents and where were they from?
Contact Information: 
Family: F108
 
179 Source: FGS 1033.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. [prsjr@aol.com]
It's been "Proven" that Nannie MORGAN (Wife of John3 SARRATT)
was a Daughter of Anthony3 and Mary (Wilson) MORGAN, and in
[REF: 1033.002 States:
JOHN SARRATT, my grandfather, previous to the Revolution, married
NANNIE MORGAN, a sister to <--This "proves" Charles was s/o Anthony3
CHARLES MORGAN, who lived east of the Broad River in York Co. <--Our Subject
(This is now in Cherokee Co., SC. ..prs)
I never new who Charles MORGAN, wife was until I saw a Query
on the Genform [REF:#1003.003] Dated August 16, 1998, that she
was "Lurena Arnold/Arundel married Charles Morgan of York Co. SC.
abt 1780." I returned E-Mail, but I have not heard from Leslie ..prs
Charles MORGAN and family can be found in the 1790 Census for York Co.,
Father Anthony3 was living on pg28 and
Sons Charles, John and Samuel MORGAN living on pg29.
[1790 Census, M-637, Reel 011, Pg029, F.G. 1-5-4-0-0]
H/H Charles MORGAN, b. c1764, age 26 (Free White Over a16y)
Wife Lurena (ARENDELL) b. c1765, age 25 (Free White)
1. 1st Son: Anthony4, b. c1785, age 5 (Free White Under a16y)
2. 1st Dau: Polly. b. c1786, age 4 (Free White)
2. 2nd Son: Charles, b. c1787, age 3 (Free White Under a16y)
3. 3rd Son: Unknown, b. c1788, age 2 (Free White Under a16y)
4. 3rd Dau: Unknown, b. c1786, age 4 (Free White)
7. 4th Son: Unknown, b. c1789, age 1 (Free White Under a16y)
8. 5th Son: Unknown, b. c1790, age 6/12 (Free White Under a16y)
[Spartanburg, Co., SC., Deed Bk. G, Page 220-1]
A "Grant" dated Mar. 05, 1795 was issued to Charles MORGAN, age 31
by the Gov. Charles PICKNEY of 424 acres of land lying on West
side of Broad River.
A record of 1798 show that Charles MORGAN, age 34 was living in the old
96th District. His prpoerty was "Bounded" by his Brother-In-Law John
SARRETT, SR. (John's wife was Nannie MORGAN, sister of Charles MORGAN)
(See below Survey of 14 Sep...prs
On 14th Sep. 1798, a record shows John, 3 SARRATT, Sr., age 39 a
survey was provided of some 381 acres in the old Ninety-Six District of SC.
present-day York Co., SC. ..prs
[Commission of Locations 96th Dist. 1786-1803 Spartanburg, SC; Page 447]
Survey for JOHN SARRATT, Sr of Spartanburg Co., SC., 381
acres of land lying on the "Wagon Road" leading to "Cherokee Ford"
on the Broad River; and to "Tate's Ferry", & road to "Grindel Shoals",
Bounded by:
CHARLES MORGAN, <----age 34; Son of Anthony3 MORGAN
JOHN COOPER, <----This my be Zachariah COOPER's Father?
THOMAS COLE, <----age 55; & wife Martha (RICE)
THOMAS PHILLIPS, and
JAMES GIBSON
Even though this property is "listed" as being in the 96th Dist.
with the boundary changes, it was in the present-day York Co., CO. prs
In the 1790 Census the above property owners can be found.
Charles MORGAN, York Co. pg 29
Johnthan COOPER, York Co. pg 30
Thomas COLE, Spartanburg pg 88
Thomas PHILLIPS, Spartanburg pg 88
James GIBSON, York Co. pg 30
It is believed that Charles & Wife Lurena (ARENDELL) MORGAN,
left the Spartanburg/York area along with Lurena's brother
and family John, Sr. & wife Grace (REDDERCK) ARENDELL,
(See John. Sr. ARENDELL FGS) moved to Logan Co. (present-day
Butler Co.), KY.
Records indicate John, Sr. ARENDELL and family
migrated to the "Muddy River" Section of Logan Co. (present-day
Butler Co., KY about 1806. ..prs
Charles & Lurena (ARENDALE) MORGAN, should have been listed
in the 1800 Census for York Co., SC., but can not be found
by this writer. Brother John, Sr. & Grace (REDDERICK) ARENDELL,
can be found still living in Spartanburg, SC in the 1800 Census,
(Page 171) any way records show that Charles & Lurena (ARENDELL)
MORGAN were getting ready to move, by disposing of his property.
A Deed Record dated 06 Oct 1800; Shows that Charles MORGAN
sold some property to Brother-in-Law John SARRATT, Sr.
[Spartanburg, Co., SC., Deed Bk. G, Page 220-1]
Charles MORGAN, of Spartanburg Co., SC; conveys to John SARRETT, Sr.
of Spartanburg Co., SC. for consideration of $120 some 424 acres of
land lying on West side of Broad River; Boarder of:
"Old Rights Land"
HARRIS
SARRATT
Grant 05 Mar. 1795 by Gov. Charles PICKNEY to Charles MORGAN.
Witness: John PHILLIPS
Witness: Anthony SARRATT <---oldest s/o John, Sr & Nannie (MORGAN)
Witness: William CARTER
Signed by Charles ( X ) MORGAN
HIS MARK
Wit. oath 16 Oct. 1800 John PHILLIPS. to H. McCRAY
Recorded: 17 Apr. 1801
A Deed Record dated 10 Nov 1800; Charles MORGAN to John ARENDELL, Jr.
[Spartanburg, Co., SC., Deed Bk. G, Page 220-1]
Charles MORGAN, of Spartanburg Co., SC; conveys to John ARENDELL, Jr.
of Spartanburg Co., SC. for consideration of $250 some 100 acres of
land lying on "Cherokee Creek"
Witness: John ARENDELL, Sr. <--Charles Brother-I-Law
Witness: Benet ARENDELL <--Brother of John Sr.
Signed by Charles MORGAN
Wit. oath 29 Nov. 1800 John ARENDELL, Sr. to H. McCRAY
Recorded: 20 Apr. 1801
Charles MORGAN, sells more property to another Brother-In-Law
Richard ARENDELL, brother of his Wife Lurena (ARENDELL) MORGAN!
Deed record dated 14 Sep. 1801 Charles sell property to B-I-Law
[Spartanburg Co., SC., Deed Bk. G, Page 318-9]
Charles MORGAN, of Spartanburg Co., SC. conveys to Richard ARUNDELL
and wife "Polly" ARUNDELL, of Spartanburg Co., SC. for $500 some
220 acres of land lying on both sides of "Cherokee Creek"; border of
John ARUNDELL, Junr. to <--This is s/o John Sr.
William MORGAN's line <--This may be the Wm. who m. Elizabeth ARENDELL
Witness: Daniel McCAY
Witness: William MORGAN
Signed by Charles MORGAN
Recorded: 02 Oct. 1801
Note: You must under stand the formations pattern of the Counties
in Kentucky to research these families.
The larger Logan Co., KY was formed in 1792, from the old Lincoln Co.
Butler Co., was formed in 1810 from the larger Logan Co. of Ohio and
part from Logan Co., KY.
Charles MORGAN and family can be found in the 1810 Census for
Butler Co., KY.
[1810 Census, M-252, Reel 005, Pg195, F.G. 00201-13001-00]
H/H Charles MORGAN, b. c1764, age 46 (45 Over)
Wife Lurena (ARENDELL) b. c1765, age 45 (45 Over)
6. 4th Son: Unknown, b. c1789, age 21 (16 to 26)
7. 5th Son: Unknown, b. c1790, age 20 (16 to 26)
8. 3rd Dau: Unknown, b. c1786, age 15 (10 to 16)
9. 4th Dau: Unknown, b. c1786, age 13 (10 to 16)
10. 5th Dau: Unknown, b. c1786, age 11 (10 to 16)
Not Living with the 1810 Family Unit!
1. 1st Son: Anthony4, b. c1784, age 26 (16 to 26)
2. 2nd Son: Unknown, b. c1787, age 23 (16 to 26)
3. 3rd Son: Unknown, b. c1788, age 22 (16 to 26)
4. 1st Dau: Unknown, b. c1783, age 20 (16 to 26)
5. 2nd Dau: Unknown, b. c1785, age 18 (16 to 26)
Lurena (ARENDALLE) MORGAN brother and family can be
found on pg192
ARNOLD, John, Pg. 192 FG. 02010-00010-04
ARNOLD, Cader. Pg. 192 Fg. 20010-12010-00 <--s/o John
ARNOLD, Lott, Pg. 192 FG. 00100-00010-00 <--s/o John
Source and Reference Notes!
[REF: 1033.002
"THE SARRATT FAMILY" papers [REF:#155]
By Nobel Sarratt, Ed. c1897 (b.1809 - d.1897)
[REF:#1003.003]
GenForum: RE: Lurena Arendel Morgan
Posted by: Leslie Hood (hood@mail.slkc) New hood@uswest.net)
August 16, 1998 at 23:13:16:
Lurena Arnold/Arundel married
Charles Morgan of York Co. SC. abt 1780.
They went to Kty, then to ILL, finally to Indiana.
Who were her parents? >I believe Lurena ARRENDELL was a d/o Benjamin Sr. &
>See the Following FGS on Charles MORGAN, I have not Traced this family
>since leaving Spartanbirg/York SC area.
>Would like to Exchange info. on these families!
>Paul R. Sarrett, County Coordinator
>Cherokee, Spartanburg & York Co.'s SCGENWEB, Project
No response from Leslie as of Nov. 05, 1998!!!!!!
[REF:#1003.004]
Subj: Morgan family
Date: 11/8/98 8:23:10 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: Myfirehouse@worldnet.att.net (Michael Mudd)
To: prsjr@aol.com
I am looking for information on
William Morgan [b. 1761] m. Spartanburg Co., SC abt 1786
Elizabeth Arendell/Arrendell.
He is a possible son of Anthony Morgan who
also had a son Charles Morgan b. abt 1751 VA,
d. abt 1832 Warrick Co., IN, m. Lurena Arnold.
Charles Morgan/Lurena Arnold had a son
Anthony Morgan b. 1784 York Co., SC,
d. 3-29-1842 Warrick Co., IN
m. 2-8-1804 Logan Co., KY Christina Hargrave
b. 1788, d. abt 1825 dau. of John Hargrave
b. 11-23-1755, d. 10-30-1834 Jonesboro, Union Co., IL
m. 1785 SC Kathryn McNeal b. 1755, d. 1823 Union Co., IL.
Anthony Morgan and William Morgan were in the
1818 state census of Union Co., IL and the
1820 federal census,
Anthony Morgan went to Warrick Co., IN
and William Morgan d. Aug. 1839 Union Co., IL.
[REF:#1003.004]
Subj: Morgan family
Date: 11/8/98 8:50:11 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: Myfirehouse@worldnet.att.net (Michael Mudd)
To: prsjr@aol.com
Paul,
Do you have any information on
William Morgan m. Spartanburg Co., SC
Elizabeth Arendell poss.
dau of Benjamin Arendell (1733-1784) and a
Charles Morgan (1751-1832) m. Lurena Arnold.
Thanks,
Mike
[REF:#1003.005]
Family Tree Maker, Classified Ad: Arnold, Lurena; Ad #4392
Born: 1757 in Virginia <---Not Possible! prs
Married: unknown in unknown
Died: 1832 in Warrick County, Indiana
Spouse: Morgan, Charles
Children: Anthony
Other Information: Lurena's child, Anthony, was born in SC.
What I would like to find out:
Lurena Arnold Morgan was my gggg grandmother.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Who were her parents and where were they from?
Contact Information: 
Family: F169
 
180 Source: FGS 1071.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Edward Ross, II RIPPY, s/o Edward, I & Susannah (THOMAS) RIPPY
b. 23 Mar. 1764 in the old Orange Co., NC.
1. 1st Dau: Sarah, b. *1789 NC m. *1808 Valentine MARTIN
2. 1st Son: Edward,III b. c1791 NC m. *1810 1) Mary MARTIN
m. c1855 2) Salina HOPPER
m. *1848 3) Margaret WEBB
m. c1865 4) Elizabeth SEELY
3. 2nd Son: James M., b. c1793 NC m. c1814 M. Polly HOLT
4. 3rd Son: Jesse, b. c1795 NC m. c1826 Sally LORY
5. 2nd Dau: Mary P., b. c1797 NC m. c1828 Guyon BLACK
6. 3rd Dau: Anna, b. c1801 NC m. c1830 Mathias TURNER, Sr.
7. 4th Son: Mastin, b. *1802 NC m. *1820 Mary ARENDALE
* Confirmed dates!
Edward Ross, II & Mary (ELMORE) RIPPY with family should be found
in the 1790 Census for Orange Co., NC. Not in INDEX! Can not Find!
[1790 Census, M-637, Reel ___, Pg. ___, F.G. 10200]
H/H Edward RIPPY, b. *1764, age 26 (16 Over Free White)
Wife: Mary (ELMORE), b. c1761, age 28 (Free White)
1. 1st Dau: Sarah, b. *1789, age 01 (Free White)
Edward Ross, II & Mary (ELMORE) RIPPY with family should be found
in the 1800 Census for Orange Co., NC. Not in INDEX! Can Not Find!
[1800 Census, M-032, Reel ___, Pg. ___, F.G. 30010-11010-00]
H/H Edward RIPPY, b. *1764, age 36 (26 to 45)
Wife: Mary (ELMORE), b. c1761, age 38 (26 to 45)
1. 1st Dau: Sarah, b. *1789, age 11 (10 to 15)
2. 1st Son: Edward, III b. c1791, age 09 (09 Under)
3. 2nd Son: James, M. b. c1793, age 07 (09 Under)
4. 3rd Son: Jessee, b. c1795, age 05 (09 Under)
5. 2nd Dau: Mary P., b. c1797, age 03 (09 Under)
Edward Ross, II & Mary (ELMORE) RIPPY with family should be found
in the 1810 Census for Rutherford Co., NC.
[1810 Census, M-252, Reel 042, Pg. 131, F.G. 11201-11101-00]
H/H Edward RIPPY, b. *1764, age 46 (45 Over)
Wife: Mary (ELMORE), b. c1761, age 48 (45 Over)
1. 1st Dau: Sarah, b. *1789, age 21 (16 to 26)
2. 1st Son: Edward, III b. c1791, age 19 (16 to 26)
3. 2nd Son: James, M. b. c1793, age 17 (16 to 26)
4. 3rd Son: Jessee, b. c1795, age 15 (10 to 16)
5. 2nd Dau: Mary P., b. c1797, age 13 (10 to 16)
6. 3rd Dau: Anna, b. c1801, age 09 (09 Under)
7. 4th Son: Mastin, b. *1802, age 08 (09 Under)
See "The Heritage of Cleveland Co., NC" Vol. 1 pg 489
Mr. & Mrs. Edward RIPPY, II were members of the Buffalo
Baptist Church, located in present-day Cherokee Co., SC.
He and his wife are buried in the Buffalo Baptist Church
Cemetery. One of Seven children was Anna RIPPY, b. 1801
m. Mathias TURNER, s/o Elijah, Sr. & Edy (SARRATT) TURNER
Mathias & Anna (RIPPY) TURNER lived in the Stices Shoals
area of Spartanburg Co., SC.
[REF: #002, She did not list Children ..prs]
Source Reference:
Source: FGS 1071.002, From the papers of Helen B. Smith,
1990 to this writer]
Source: FGS 1071.003, by C.C. Thomas, Thomas
Genealogy Jul. 10, 1997
Listed 7 Children!
See http://web.infoave.net/~ccthomas/dat30.htm#6
Source: FGS 1071.004, From Jeffrey Martin
1-(800)-231-9809; Researching:
Martin Rippy Wilkie Collins Irvin
Washburn Hardin Houser Eskridge Lindsey Taylor
http://www.angelfire.com/tx/lineage/index.html 
Family: F111
 
181 Source: FGS 1154.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Valentine & Sarah (RIPPY) MARTIN with Family Can be found in the
1810 York Co., SC Census. Father Thomas, Sr. was living on pg 270
as well as brothers Thomas, Jr.; John & William3.
[1810 Census, M-252, Reel 061, Page 270 F.G. 10100-10100-00]
H/H Valentine MARTIN, b. *1789, age 21 (16 to 26)
Wife: Sarah (RIPPY), b. *1789, age 21 (16 to 26)
1. 1st Son: Edward, b. c1808, age 2 (09 Under)
2. 1st Dau: Mary, b. c1809, age 1 (09 Under)
No record found of the Valentine MARTIN family for the 1820 Census
father and brothers were living in York Co., SC. page 269 & 270
Valentine & Sarah (RIPPY) MARTIN with Family Can be found in the
1830 Lincoln Co., NC Census. Uncle William, Jr. was living on pg 160
Father Thomas, Sr. & brothers Thomas, Jr.; John & William3. were still
in York Co., SC.
[1830 Census, M-019, Reel 122, Page 164 F.G. 10100-10100-00]
H/H Valentine MARTIN, b. *1789, age 41 (26 to 46)
Wife: Sarah (RIPPY), b. *1789, age 41 (26 to 45)
1. 1st Son: Edward, b. c1808, age 22 (16 to 26)
2. 1st Dau: Mary, b. c1809, age 21 (16 to 26)
3. 2nd Dau: Elizabeth b. *1814, age 16 (16 to 26)
4. 3rd Dau: Sabra, b. c1815, age 15 (10 to 16)
5. 2nd Son: John T., b. c1816, age 14 (10 to 16)
6. 4th Dau: Sarah, Jr b. c1818, age 12 (10 to 16)
7. 3rd Son: Wm., 4 b. c1820, age 10 (10 to 16)
8. 5th Dau: Eliza A., b. *1824, age 6 (09 Under)
9. 6th Dau: Dulicinea b. c1826, age 4 (09 Under)
10. 7th Dau: Cynthia b. c1828, age 2 (09 Under)
* Confirmed dates!
This 1830 Census is the last record found of this family
REF: #003 indicates this family moved to Dedford Co., TN.
Source 1154.002 Listed only 2 Dau's
Elizabeth MARTIN w/dates
Eliza Ann MARTIN w/dates
Source 1154.003 Listed 10 Children No Dates!
This Family moved to Bedford Co., TN.
This writer could not find Valentine MARTIN and family in
1800 - 1850 Rutherford/Cleveland Co's NC or
1830 - 1850 Bedford Co., TN.
Reference Source:
Source: FGS 1154.002, by C.C. Thomas, Thomas
Genealogy Jul. 10, 1997
See http://web.infoave.net/~ccthomas/dat30.htm#14
Valentine MARTIN and Family.
Source: FGS 11754003, From Jeffrey Martin
1-(800)-231-9809; Researching:
Martin Rippy Wilkie Collins Irvin
Washburn Hardin Houser Eskridge Lindsey Taylor
http://www.angelfire.com/tx/lineage/index.html 
Family: F126
 
182 Source: FGS 1163.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
The first "RIPPY" that set foot on American soil that we
have ever had knowledge was from Dublin, Ireland. His name
was Edward,I and he was born around 1729. His father lived in
Dublin, owned and ran a large factory. [REF:#1163.003]
Edward,I RIPPY ran away from his father and came to America.
His father was very much opposed to his son's coming to
America telling him that if he did come here among barbarians
and heathens that he should never inherit a dollar of his
estate. However, Edward,I being of a roaming nature and no
doubt had confidence in himself to feel he could make it
thru life without his father's assistance so he ran away
and took passage on a ship that was coming to America.
He was six months on the water and at one time while on
his voyage the ship on which he sailed got lost and the
whole crew came near perishing. [REF:#1163.003]
[This is a nice story, but the auther's neglected
to tell us what the Ship's name or date he came to
America. ..prs]
Edward,I never wrote a line to his parents in Ireland
Nor ever received a word of news from them to the day
of his death. He said that his father's family was the
only family with the name of RIPPY that he ever heard
of in Ireland. [REF:#1163.003]
Edward,I RIPPY first settled in Orange Co., NC. on
the "Haw River." At the age of 31 in 1760 he married
the 28 year old Miss Susannah THOMAS of Virginia who
was born 03 Mar. 1733 in Whales. She was a daughter
of Massy and Mary (PRICE) THOMAS of Stafford VA.
They had at least 7 children born to this Union:
[REF:#1163.003]
1. 1st Dau: Mary, b. *1762 NC m. *1782 NC Wm. ELMORE
2. 1st Son: Edward R., b. *1764 NC m. *1782 NC Mary ELMORE
3. 2nd Dau: Anna. b. *1766 NC m. *1784 NC John ELMORE
4. 3rd Dau: Rhoda, b. *1768 NC d. c1769 age 1 yr.
5. 2nd Son: Jesse, b. *1769 NC m. *1798 NC Nancy ELMORE
6. 4th Dau: Fannie b. *1771 NC m. c1786 NC Abengo ADAMS, JR.
7. 3rd Son: John,1 b. *1773 NC d. c1823 age 50
*Confirmed Dates!
Possible Record Problem!
REF:#1163-003, list Rhoda, d. Infant, but she is listed
in 1850 Census FGS 716 for Cleveland Co., NC
Rody RIPPY (female) age 78 b. c1772 NC
(John a61y & Margaret a55y ROBERTS "Head of Household"
Edward, I RIPPY, age 50 can be found in the 1779 "Tax Rolls"
for Orange Co., NC. ..prs
Edward,I & wife Susannah (THOMAS) RIPPY with Family
should be found in the 1790 Census for Orange Co., NC.
[1790 Census, M-637, Pg. ??? F.G. NdRcd. <--Not Found!
H/H Edward,1 RIPPY, b. c1729 IRL. age 61
Wife: Susanah (THOMAS) b. *1733 VA age 57
5. 2nd Son: Jesse, b. *1769 NC age 21
6. 4th Dau: Fannie b. *1771 NC age 19
7. 3rd Son: John,1 b. *1773 NC age 17
Children Not living with the family Unit 1790
1. 1st Dau: Mary, b. *1762 age 28 m. *1782 Wm. ELMORE
2. 1st Son: Edward R., b. *1764 age 26 m. *1782 Mary ELMORE
3. 2nd Dau: Anna. b. *1766 age 24 m. *1784 John ELMORE
Only 1790 Census Record found was John ELMORE, Orange Co., NC
Page 094. ..prs
In 1790, Edward,I and family moved to Rutherford Co.,
(presant-day Cleceland Co.) NC. [REF:#1163.003]
No H/H for RIPPY, or ELMORE in Rutherford Co., NC 1790
Edward,I & wife Susannah (THOMAS) RIPPY with Family
should be found in the 1800 Census for Rutherford Co., NC
[1800 Census, M-032, Pg. 140 F.G. 00001-00100]
H/H Edward,1 RIPPY, b. c1729 IRL. age 71 (45 Over)
Wife: Susanah (THOMAS) b. *1733 VA age 67 Note! 16 to 26?
Children Not living with the family Unit 1800
5. 2nd Son: Jesse, b. *1769 NC age 31
6. 4th Dau: Fannie b. *1771 NC age 29
7. 3rd Son: John,1 b. *1773 NC age 27
Source and Reference:
[REF:#1163.002] by Thomas Genealogy, C.C. Thomas Jul.10, 1997
Edward RIPPY, family w/dates.
[REF:#1163.003] by Cleveland Historical Society, 1980
FGS 921, Pg488, Contributed by
Family Bible; family recordes;
Church Records; Genealogy Records
James H. MARTIN, Jr.
Thelma GUTHORP and
Mrs. Jean Oates McSWAIN 
Family: F124
 
183 Source: FGS 1172.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Joseph, 3 DAFFRON (Son of John,2 & Sarah) was born Dec. 08, 1782 in
Randolph Co. NC. He married [REF: 1172.002] about 1805, Spartanburg
Dist., SC. to Miss NANCY ARNOLD/ARENDELL
They at least six children born to this Union: [REF: 1172.003]
1. MARTIN, 4 b. 1806, SC. m. c1833 SC 1) Polly Mary SARRATT
m. c1863 ?? 2) Rachel E. McCAREY
2. SMITH, b. 1817, SC. m. c1854 Elizabeth CHASTEEN
3. JAMES MARION, b. 1824, SC. m. c1860 Miss R. Unknown
4. JOSEPH, Jr., b. 1825, SC. Not Traced!
5. JOHN Quinn, b. 1827, SC. Not Traced!
6. MALINDA, b. 1830, SC. Not Traced!
Migration "Time-Line" for Joseph3, DAFFRON
1. On 08 Dec. 1851, Joseph3 DAFFRON, age 69 [which makes him b. 1782]
2. He claims to be the "Oldest" Child of John, dec'd & Sarah DAFFRON
3. Joseph3, age 8, liv w/p in Randolph Co., NC 1790 Census.
4. Joseph3, age 13, liv w/p 1795 when they moved to Spartanburg Dist. SC.
5. Joseph3, age 18, liv w/p in 1800 Census for Spartanburg Dist., SC.
6. Joseph3, age 23, when he m. 1805 in Spartanburg Dist., SC Nancy ARNDOLD
7. Joseph3, age 28, liv with own family in the 1810 Census, Spartanburg, SC
8. Joseph3, age 34, when his parents moved in 1816 to Jefferson Co., TN.
9. Joseph3, age 38, liv with own family in the 1820 Census, Spartanburg, SC
10. Joseph3, age 48, liv with own family in the 1830 Census, Spartanburg, SC
11. Joseph3, age 51, when he relocated to Walker Co., GA
12. Joseph3, age 58, liv with own family in the 1840 Census, Walker Co., GA.
13. Joseph3, age 67, when his father d. 18 Aug. 1849, Jefferson Co., TN.
14. Joseph3, age 68, liv with own family in the 1850 Census, Walker Co., GA.
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, was born and raised in Randolph Co., NC until the
age of 13 years (1795) he removed with his Parents to Spartanburg
Dist., SC.
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 18 listed in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
1800 Census living with his parents. <-----Need Record!
Spartanburg Co./District SC-Deed Abstracts
Book L, pages 418-419
Joseph DAFFRON was a witness to a deed
Oct. 8, 1808
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 23 married in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
c1805 to Miss Nancy ARNOLD/ARENDELL
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 28 listed in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
1810 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 28
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 28
1. 1st Son: Martin, b. c1806 SC., age 4
Spartanburg Co./District SC-Deed Abstracts
Book N, page 59
May 11, 1811 Joseph Daffren (or DAFFRON) to Samuel Sarratt;
for $35.25 sold 11 ac and 7 chains on Broad R.
Signed by Joseph's and Nancy's marks
Spartanburg Co./District SC-Deed Abstracts
Book N, pages 59-60
May 11, 1811 Joseph DAFFRON and wife (name not given) to
John Sarratt;
for $40.25; sold 14 acres and 7 chains on Broad R.
Signed by Joseph's and Nancy's marks
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 34, when his parents John,2 & Sarah left
Spartanburg Dist. in 1816 and removed to Jefferson Co. state of TN,
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 38 should be listed in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
1820 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 38
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 38
1. 1st Son: Martin, b. c1806 SC., age 14
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 3
Spartanburg Co./District SC-Deed Abstracts
Book S, pages 416-417
Joseph DAFFRON witnessed a deed
Jun. 4, 1824
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 48 should be listed in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
1830 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 48
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 48
1. 1st Son: Martin, b. c1806 SC., age 24
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 13
3. 3rd Son: James M. b. c1824 SC., age 6
4. 4th Son: Joseph, III b. c1825 SC., age 5
5. 5th Son: John Q., b. c1827 SC., age 3
6. 1st Dau: Malinda, b. c1830 SC., age 0
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 51 in 1833 when he moved to Walker Co. Georgia.
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 58 should be listed in the Walker Co., GA.
1840 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 58
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 58
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 23
3. 3rd Son: James M. b. c1824 SC., age 16
4. 4th Son: Joseph, III b. c1825 SC., age 15
5. 5th Son: John Q., b. c1827 SC., age 13
6. 1st Dau: Malinda, b. c1830 SC., age 10
Was Not listed with the Family Unit in 1840 Census!
he m. Polly Mary SARRATT in 1834 SC.
1. 1st Son: Martin, b. c1806 SC., age 34
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 68 should be listed in the Walker Co., GA.
1850 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 68
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 68
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 33
3. 3rd Son: James M. b. c1824 SC., age 26
4. 4th Son: Joseph, III b. c1825 SC., age 25
5. 5th Son: John Q., b. c1827 SC., age 23
6. 1st Dau: Malinda, b. c1830 SC., age 20
Was Not listed with the Family Unit in 1850 Census!
he m. Elizabeth CHASTEEN in 1845 GA.
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 33
Thw following "Affidavit" was received from [REF: 1172.003]
State of Georgia
County of Walker
Dated: 08 Dec. 1851
Affidavit of Joseph DAFFRON
Be it known that on this the 8th day of Dec. 1851 before me the
undersigned a Justice of the Peace in and for the Co. above written
personally appeared Joseph Dafforn a resident of the Co. and State
aforesaid a person whose statements are entitled to full credit aged
(69, b. *1782) sixty nine years who after being first duly sworn
according to law doth on his oath make the following statements.
That he is the oldest child of John Dafforn deceased and Sarah Dafforn
who now claims a pension for the revolutionary services of the said John
Dafforn that at his earliest recollection he was living with his said
parents in Randolph Co. North Carolina, that they remained in Randolph Co.
until about the year 1795 that they then removed to Spartinburg District
SC that they remained there until about the year 1816 when his said parents
removed to Jefferson Co. state of TN, but that he this deponant still
lived in SC until the year 1833 when he moved to Walker Co. Georgia,
that his said father the said John Dafforn which occurred on the
18th day of August 1849 that his mother the said Sarah Dafforn then
moved to deponant further delcairs that he has always understood that
his father was first a drafted soldier for three years of more, that
he believes this because he repeatedly heard him speak of said service
and oftern heard others speak of being in service with him.
He further declairs that he believes his parents were legally married
in 1781 that they always lived peacable together as husband and wife
and that he never heard their marriage as stated above questioned or
contradicted.
Signed: Joseph Daffron
Sworn to and subscribed this day and year above written before me I
further certify that the deponant Joseph Dafforn is a respectable man
and is apparently as old as he represents himself to be. In testimony
whereof do hereunto affix my official signature.
Signed: Geo Brigman J.P.
Source & Reference:
REF: 1172.002
Nancy ARENDELL m. Joseph DAFFRON and left SC c1835-1836.
[AFA, pg57]
REF: 1171.003
Susan Burns, (sbu646@airmail.net) PED file to this writer
Oct. 10, 1997 (She CC: bkivett@greenville.infi.net) 
Family: F144
 
184 Source: FGS 1172.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Joseph, 3 DAFFRON (Son of John,2 & Sarah) was born Dec. 08, 1782 in
Randolph Co. NC. He married [REF: 1172.002] about 1805, Spartanburg
Dist., SC. to Miss NANCY ARNOLD/ARENDELL
They at least six children born to this Union: [REF: 1172.003]
1. MARTIN, 4 b. 1806, SC. m. c1833 SC 1) Polly Mary SARRATT
m. c1863 ?? 2) Rachel E. McCAREY
2. SMITH, b. 1817, SC. m. c1854 Elizabeth CHASTEEN
3. JAMES MARION, b. 1824, SC. m. c1860 Miss R. Unknown
4. JOSEPH, Jr., b. 1825, SC. Not Traced!
5. JOHN Quinn, b. 1827, SC. Not Traced!
6. MALINDA, b. 1830, SC. Not Traced!
Migration "Time-Line" for Joseph3, DAFFRON
1. On 08 Dec. 1851, Joseph3 DAFFRON, age 69 [which makes him b. 1782]
2. He claims to be the "Oldest" Child of John, dec'd & Sarah DAFFRON
3. Joseph3, age 8, liv w/p in Randolph Co., NC 1790 Census.
4. Joseph3, age 13, liv w/p 1795 when they moved to Spartanburg Dist. SC.
5. Joseph3, age 18, liv w/p in 1800 Census for Spartanburg Dist., SC.
6. Joseph3, age 23, when he m. 1805 in Spartanburg Dist., SC Nancy ARNDOLD
7. Joseph3, age 28, liv with own family in the 1810 Census, Spartanburg, SC
8. Joseph3, age 34, when his parents moved in 1816 to Jefferson Co., TN.
9. Joseph3, age 38, liv with own family in the 1820 Census, Spartanburg, SC
10. Joseph3, age 48, liv with own family in the 1830 Census, Spartanburg, SC
11. Joseph3, age 51, when he relocated to Walker Co., GA
12. Joseph3, age 58, liv with own family in the 1840 Census, Walker Co., GA.
13. Joseph3, age 67, when his father d. 18 Aug. 1849, Jefferson Co., TN.
14. Joseph3, age 68, liv with own family in the 1850 Census, Walker Co., GA.
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, was born and raised in Randolph Co., NC until the
age of 13 years (1795) he removed with his Parents to Spartanburg
Dist., SC.
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 18 listed in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
1800 Census living with his parents. <-----Need Record!
Spartanburg Co./District SC-Deed Abstracts
Book L, pages 418-419
Joseph DAFFRON was a witness to a deed
Oct. 8, 1808
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 23 married in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
c1805 to Miss Nancy ARNOLD/ARENDELL
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 28 listed in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
1810 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 28
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 28
1. 1st Son: Martin, b. c1806 SC., age 4
Spartanburg Co./District SC-Deed Abstracts
Book N, page 59
May 11, 1811 Joseph Daffren (or DAFFRON) to Samuel Sarratt;
for $35.25 sold 11 ac and 7 chains on Broad R.
Signed by Joseph's and Nancy's marks
Spartanburg Co./District SC-Deed Abstracts
Book N, pages 59-60
May 11, 1811 Joseph DAFFRON and wife (name not given) to
John Sarratt;
for $40.25; sold 14 acres and 7 chains on Broad R.
Signed by Joseph's and Nancy's marks
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 34, when his parents John,2 & Sarah left
Spartanburg Dist. in 1816 and removed to Jefferson Co. state of TN,
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 38 should be listed in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
1820 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 38
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 38
1. 1st Son: Martin, b. c1806 SC., age 14
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 3
Spartanburg Co./District SC-Deed Abstracts
Book S, pages 416-417
Joseph DAFFRON witnessed a deed
Jun. 4, 1824
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 48 should be listed in the Spartanburg Dist., SC.
1830 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 48
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 48
1. 1st Son: Martin, b. c1806 SC., age 24
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 13
3. 3rd Son: James M. b. c1824 SC., age 6
4. 4th Son: Joseph, III b. c1825 SC., age 5
5. 5th Son: John Q., b. c1827 SC., age 3
6. 1st Dau: Malinda, b. c1830 SC., age 0
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 51 in 1833 when he moved to Walker Co. Georgia.
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 58 should be listed in the Walker Co., GA.
1840 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 58
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 58
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 23
3. 3rd Son: James M. b. c1824 SC., age 16
4. 4th Son: Joseph, III b. c1825 SC., age 15
5. 5th Son: John Q., b. c1827 SC., age 13
6. 1st Dau: Malinda, b. c1830 SC., age 10
Was Not listed with the Family Unit in 1840 Census!
he m. Polly Mary SARRATT in 1834 SC.
1. 1st Son: Martin, b. c1806 SC., age 34
Joseph,3 DAFFRON, age 68 should be listed in the Walker Co., GA.
1850 Census living with his own family. <-----Need Record!
H/H Joseph, DAFFRON; b. *1782 NC., age 68
Wife: Nancy (ARENDELL), b. c1782 SC., age 68
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 33
3. 3rd Son: James M. b. c1824 SC., age 26
4. 4th Son: Joseph, III b. c1825 SC., age 25
5. 5th Son: John Q., b. c1827 SC., age 23
6. 1st Dau: Malinda, b. c1830 SC., age 20
Was Not listed with the Family Unit in 1850 Census!
he m. Elizabeth CHASTEEN in 1845 GA.
2. 2nd Son: Smith, b. c1817 SC., age 33
Thw following "Affidavit" was received from [REF: 1172.003]
State of Georgia
County of Walker
Dated: 08 Dec. 1851
Affidavit of Joseph DAFFRON
Be it known that on this the 8th day of Dec. 1851 before me the
undersigned a Justice of the Peace in and for the Co. above written
personally appeared Joseph Dafforn a resident of the Co. and State
aforesaid a person whose statements are entitled to full credit aged
(69, b. *1782) sixty nine years who after being first duly sworn
according to law doth on his oath make the following statements.
That he is the oldest child of John Dafforn deceased and Sarah Dafforn
who now claims a pension for the revolutionary services of the said John
Dafforn that at his earliest recollection he was living with his said
parents in Randolph Co. North Carolina, that they remained in Randolph Co.
until about the year 1795 that they then removed to Spartinburg District
SC that they remained there until about the year 1816 when his said parents
removed to Jefferson Co. state of TN, but that he this deponant still
lived in SC until the year 1833 when he moved to Walker Co. Georgia,
that his said father the said John Dafforn which occurred on the
18th day of August 1849 that his mother the said Sarah Dafforn then
moved to deponant further delcairs that he has always understood that
his father was first a drafted soldier for three years of more, that
he believes this because he repeatedly heard him speak of said service
and oftern heard others speak of being in service with him.
He further declairs that he believes his parents were legally married
in 1781 that they always lived peacable together as husband and wife
and that he never heard their marriage as stated above questioned or
contradicted.
Signed: Joseph Daffron
Sworn to and subscribed this day and year above written before me I
further certify that the deponant Joseph Dafforn is a respectable man
and is apparently as old as he represents himself to be. In testimony
whereof do hereunto affix my official signature.
Signed: Geo Brigman J.P.
Source & Reference:
REF: 1172.002
Nancy ARENDELL m. Joseph DAFFRON and left SC c1835-1836.
[AFA, pg57]
REF: 1171.003
Susan Burns, (sbu646@airmail.net) PED file to this writer
Oct. 10, 1997 (She CC: bkivett@greenville.infi.net) 
Family: F205
 
185 Source: FGS 588.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
Source: FGS 588.002 Mora A Wamick, date 04/25/89
Mora on page 16 has Mary (ARNOLD) should be "ARENDALE" ..prs 
Family: F118
 
186 Source: FGS 689.001; Paul R. Sarrett, Jt.
In the absence of absolute proof, circumstantial evidence,
both legally and genealogically, has been allowed in the
following conclusion that the "Widow" Frances "Fanny" (Unknown)
SARRATT was the wife of Richard SARRATT of Montgomery Co., NC.
and will be conceded when any other proof of the opposite is
provided, which is both logical and reasonable and not
opposed by any other evidence...
Paul R. Sarrett
1st Record found for Richard SARRATT in the "TaxRoll" of 1779 for
Montgomery Co., NC.
In [REF: #90, Pg29] states the following:
Richard SARRATT of Montgomery Co., NC.
(Son of Samuel & Ann (Unknown) SARRATT)
Since we know so little about Richard SARRATT, he can be dispensed
with at once. He [Richard] received a land grant of 100 acres in 1780
in Montgomery Co., NC. It was on the side of "Clarks's Creek" joining
Thomas USSERY's, Isaac ARMSTRONG, and Samuel POND's line. William
USSERY was the Deputy Suveyor for this area in 1767 as "Anson County"
deeds show [Montgomery Co. was created from Anson Co. in 1778] and
the USSERY family were early land owners.
Richard SARRATT remained close to the rest of the SARRATT clan, and
since he appears to be a contemporary of the others who settled in
southern Davison Co. [Note at this time is was part of Rowan Co.]
it is easy to assume he was a "Brother" [of Joseph, Allen, & Samuel]
This is the last record found by this writer of Richard SARRATT
The 1790 Census for Montgomery Co., NC. list two "SERRATTS" but
probabably one was Richard and one could have been his son, Joseph.
[In this 1790 Census, does list "Two" Joseph SERRATT, but its doubtful
[that one was Richard, if you notice both are entered on the same page
[166, and both list the same Family Group 01-01-01-00-00 ..prs
[M-637, Reel 7, Pg. 166, Fg. 002]
H/H Joseph SERRATT (16 Over Free White)
Wife Mary (Unknown) (Free White)
1st Son: Unknown (16 Under, Free White)
In the 1810 Census for Montgomery Co., NC. list Mary SERAT, as H/H
and she was over 45 and had a female between 16 and 26 living with
her. It is possible she was the "Widow" of Joseph SERAT. Since the
Montgomery County Court House burnt down in 1835, it is not surprising
records are scantly or that additional records concerning the SARRATT's
are not found.
In [REF: #90, Pg46] states the following:
It has been showan that Richard SARRATT settled in Montgomery Co.,
NC., close to what was then [1780] the southern limits of Rowan Co.
and the others [Brothers Joseph, Allen, & Samuel] settled in Rowan
Co. [Now southern Davidson Co.] very close to each other and not far
east of the "Yadkin River" along the drainage areas of various streams
flowing into the Yadkin.
In [REF: #90, Pg49] states the following:
Richard SARRATT of Montgomery Co., NC.
Son: Joseph SARRATT
Wm. Sr. HUMPHRIES, married a second time [REF #1] about 1785-88 in
Spartanburg Co., SC. [Officialated by the Joseph CAMP, J.P.] to the 32
year old "Widow" Mrs. Francis (Unknown) SARRATT; b. abt 1753, location
Unknown; [REF: #2BTW] d. abt 1848, at the age of 95 years, Spartanburg Co.,
SC. [REF: #2BTW] She was the "Widow" of Richard SARRATT of Montgomery Co., NC
Richard & Frances (Unknown) SARRATT They had two daughters born to this
first Union; She was the daughter of Unknown Parents.
9. Dau: Nancy SARRATT; b. c1775 NC
10. Dau: Leasy (Lizzie?) SARRATT; b. c1775 NC
Source & Reference:
[REF: #90. SURRATT/SARRATT FAMILIES, 1715-1980, by Laura and Norman H.
Sarratt, Ed. 1980, Published by Pioneer Publishing Co., Fresno, CA.
SOURCE: REF: FGS 001 Mona A. Wamick, 2475 River Oak Drive; Decatur, GA.
30033; Phone 404-634-2313; Letter to this writer 15 Aug. 1995
Do you know which one of the early SARRATT brothers died early 1780's
presumably in Spartanburg Co., SC. or theirabouts, leaving this widow
lady? I would like to know her maiden name. Maybe she was a MORGAN or
ELLIS or one of the other early ones. Their first son was named
ANDERSON HUMPHRIES, so I also wonder if she were an ANDERSON.
End of FGS 689 Source! 
Family: F141
 
187 Source: FGS 891.001
Jeffery L. Martin (martin@fairind.com) E-Mail to this writer on
97-03-02 10:14:35 EST. Jeff listed dates, but no locations ..prs
This family is listed in the Cleveland Hist. Soc, 1980, pg 490
FG 923, diffrent d. date for Charles Hopper RIPPY ..prs

m. from Clev. Hist. Soc., FGS 923, Pg 490 
Family: F157
 
188 Source: FGS# 591.001, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (prsjr@aol.com)
See SFA Profiles!
families/sc/arendell/f591.htm 
Family: F107
 
189 SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR ZACHEUS CURTICE/CURTIS FAMILY GROUP SHEET
Name and Address of Person submitting the following sources which arelisted under THE FATHER, Zacheus Curtis:
Darlene Cowan Butler
610 16th Ave
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103
MARRIAGE: 13 
Family: F8934
 
190 South Carolina Marriages, 1641-1965
about William Buchanan
Name: William Buchanan
Spouse: Mary Ross
Marriage Date: 15 Apr 1841
Source: Edgefield Marriage Records-Carlee McClendon-Pottersville Museum 
Family: F54
 
191 South Carolina Marriges 1641-1965 York South Carolina newspapers Family: F245
 
192 Stokes County Mrriages lists Culler A.A. & Mary Booze 4 mar 1861 by J.A. Lovill, J. P. ( Justice of Peace)  Family: F3697
 
193 Topsfield, Essex, MA Vital Records indicate Marrage was 3 Jul 1774 Family: F7847
 
194 U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
Name: Richard Breeden
Gender: Male
Birth Place: KY
Birth Year: 1788
Spouse Name: Lucretia Curl
Spouse Birth Year: 1790
Marriage
Year: 1810
Marriage State: IA
Number Pages: 1
 
Family: F732
 
195 U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
Name: Richard Breeden
Gender: Male
Birth Place: VA
Birth Year: 1738
Spouse Name: Frances Fairchild
Number Pages: 1
 
Family: F249
 
196 U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (not proven)
Name: Richard Breeden
Gender: Male
Birth Year: 1716
Spouse Name: ??? Breeden
Number Pages: 1



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