Posted By:Guy
Subject:William B. Pitman & Jackey Ann Frances Joyner, 9 May 1852, Nash Co
Post Date:December 18, 2010 at 23:08:11
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John R. Pitman mar. Annis Pridgen 31 Dec 1843, bondsman William Pitman, witness S. Brown (Nash Co)

William Pitman mar. Jackey Joyner 9 May 1852, mar. by E.L. Curl, J.P., bondsman John R. Pitman, witness B.H. Sorsby, D.C. (Nash Co)

Jackey Ann Frances Joyner, daughter of Calvin and Elizabeth Joyner

Notes from Helen Sharpe
1840 Nash County Census, Calvin Joiner: 1 male 20-30; 2 females 0-5; 1 female 20-30.
February 1845, Nash County, Elizabeth Joyner petitioned for widow's rights.
March 6, 1847 Nash County, Division of negores for Calvin Joynr deceased: (l) Milbrey Ann (2) Phenetta Ann (3) Caswell A. (4) Polly Ann and (5) Jackey Ann.
Fenetta (Finethy) Ann Drewsy 1847-59. Caswell paid for board.
Mary Polly Ann 1847-59. Caswell paid for board.
Sarah A.M. 1847-59. Caswell paid for board.
Jackey Ann Frances 1845-51
Nash County Court Minutes: Aug Term 1847: Sale of land of Jordan Joyner who died in 1844. son Calvin who has since died, leaving Frances, Drewsy, Polly and Sarah all infants.

1860 Federal Census, Nash Co NC (Joyners Depot)
Wm B. Pittman 33, b. about 1827
Jacky Pittman 35, b. about 1825
William B. Pittman 5, b. about 1855
Elizabeth Pittman 2, b. about 1858
Jemerson Pittman 2, b. about 1858

1870 Federal Census
William Pitman M 50, b. about 1820
Jacky Ann Pitman F 48, b. about 1822
William B Pitman M 14
Delily Pitman F 12
Winford Pitman F 9