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Early pioneers of Randolph County
Posted by: judie allen (ID *****3480) Date: September 04, 2007 at 21:36:31
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I am researching a William Watson b.abt 1785 that appears on the 1830, 1840 census in Lawrence/Randolph county. He came to Randolph sometime between 1817-1830.

He died in Randolph County in 1847. The executor of his will was James Isaacs who I believe was married to Wm's daughter Arah. An inventory of his estate was made and everything was sold. This must have been a huge event because I have a 4 page list of who bought what and for how much. There are many names. I will be happy to share this list. I am particularly interested in the names Isaacs, Adair, Looney, Jarrett, Warner, Eldridge, Hanover and Cross because I have other documents with their names. I believe some of them may be related. I know about some of his children that came to Texas but I am stuck on William.

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