|Posted By:||Walter V. Turner|
|Subject:||Re: Person Co Clerk 1814|
|Post Date:||May 07, 2013 at 10:22:02|
|Forum:||Person County, NC Genealogy Forum|
I read Jesse Dickins or Dickens here in 1812:
and here in 1813
and here in the August Term, 1814
This index page refers to Jesse Dickens/Dickins & wife on page 238
and on that page we see Jesse’s wife is named Frances/Francis. This is interesting in that Jesse Dickens/Dickins himself recorded both the deed and his wife’s agreement to it in November, 1814:
Frances should have relinquished her rights in Jesse’s absence. He didn’t mention that, but said she did it “in open court,” so maybe that compensated for his infringement of the rules.
If Jesse had dotted his I’s, we would see how he intended to write the names. I could just as well read Deckins/Deckens.
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