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Subject:attempting to connect the dots...Pyburns MD>VA>NC
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John Pyburn, died 1747....three sons...
Jacob in Buncombe owns property in Bedford at same timeframe.

Here is a tentative collection of all early pyburn's I can connect dots to. There are two John's in Bedford Co taxlist one year, thus the John Jr...this is the Am rev John Pyburn I suspect...whether it's the same John stealing horses with a Kit in 1790's I don't know... or who James was stealing horses in 1780's in Georgia...seems it's a pastime of Pyburn's, John, Benjamin, another John, James...

I know my Jacob was born at least by 1755, and may have been significantly older than his wife...I suspect he is from Bedford. His wives family has connections to Bedford and Anson and Iredell NC...but a Mullis is with both Pyburn's inthe militia in Chatham in 1772.... I still have a long way to go...
Children of JOHN PYBURN I are:
2.       i.       UNKNOWN2 PYBURN, b. Abt. 1710; d. Unknown.
3.       ii.       JOHN PYBURN, SR., b. 1717, maryland; d. Bet. 1758 - 1790.
       iii.       RACHEL PYBURN, b. 1719, maryland; d. Unknown.
       iv.       SARAH PYBURN, b. 1721, maryland; d. Unknown.
4.       v.       JACOB PYBURN, SR., b. Abt. 1723, maryland; d. Bet. 1800 - 1810, Burke Co, North Carolina.
5.       vi.       BENJAMIN PYBURN, SR., b. Abt. 1725, maryland; d. Aft. 1775, Tennessee.
       vii.       MARY PYBURN, b. Abt. 1727, maryland; d. Unknown.
       viii.       RUTH PYBURN, b. Abt. 1727, maryland; d. Unknown.


Generation No. 2

2. UNKNOWN2 PYBURN (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1710, and died Unknown.

Notes for UNKNOWN PYBURN:
Census notes (taken before all onlilne) on Pyburn's in census 1790-1830





1800

North Carolina
Buncombe
Christopher Pyburn 3,0,0,1,0,2,0,1,1,0,0,0 Christopher born 1755-1774
Jacob Pyburn (Am Rev veteran) 0,0,1,0,1,0,0,1,0,1,0,0 born before 1755, has son 16-26

1810
Males 0-10,10-16,16-26,26-45,over 45females 0-10,10-16,16-26,26-45,over 45, other free, slaves

Kentucky
Hardin
Richard Pyburn 2,0,0,1,0,3,0,0,1,0,0,0 Born 1765-1784

Louisiana Image not available online
Feliciana Parish
Lewis Piborn 1811

North Carolina
Beaufort
Christopher Pyburn 1,2,1,01,2,0,0,1,0,0,0 (over 45, born bef 1765)
Haywood
Sarah Pyburn 3,1,0,1,0,1,2,0,1,0,0,0 Sarah born 1765-1784, oldest male same age bracket? It would seem this is the widow of Jacob.

South Carolina
Greenville
Elizabeth Poberm 4,0,1,1,0,2,0,0,1,0,0,0

1820
Alabama Image not available online
Baldwin
Pybern, J. 1820,1821,1823

Arkansas Image not available online
Lawrence
Pyburn, William 1828,1829
Pybern, John 1829
Pybern, William 1829
Monroe
Payburn, John 1828
Pybriean, William 1828

Kentucky(Tennessee)
Hardin
Pybern, Richard 1,1,0,1,0,1,3,1,1,1,0,0 (obviously, since the age is 26-45, Richard was less than 35 on previous census, or he was dead. If less than 35, he would have been born 1774-1784)

Louisiana
East Baton Rouge Parish
Piburn, Lewis 0,0,2,1,1,0,0,0,0,1,0,1 born before 1775 (Am
Ouachita Parish
Pyburn, Enos 2,1,1,1,0,2,1,0,1,0,0,1 born 1775-1794
Several marriages in Ouachita Parish, the first two could easily be related to the Pyburn’s in Mississippi
1816 Benjamin Pyburn married Elizabeth Whitaker,
Nancy Pyburn married Alex Wafer
1832 Francis Pyburn m. Huey Sims
Amanda Pyburn m. Woody Squires
1842 Jackson Pyburn m. Mary Stone
1845 Phebe Pyburn m. William C. Bigbee
Tennessee images not available online
Overton
Pyburn, Sarah
Wayne
Pyburn, Christopher
Pyburn, William

1830
number of free white males and females in age categories 0 to 5, 5 to 10, 10 to 15, 15 to 20, 20 to 30, 30 to 40, 40 to 50, 50 to 60, 60 to 70, 70 to 80, 80 to 90, 90 to 100, over 100; number of slaves and free “colored” persons in age categories; categories for deaf, dumb, and blind persons and aliens; town or district; and county of residence.
Alabama
Conecuh
Payborn, Abraham (looked entire census, couldn’t find him)

Arkansas
Lawrence
Pyburn, Benjamin 1834
Pyburn, John 1834
Pyburn, John 1839
Pyburn, Richard 1839
Pyburn, William 1839
Pyburn, John 1837
Pyburn, Lewis 1837
Pyburn, William 1837
Pyburn, Benjamin 1833
Pyburn, William 1833
Pyburn, Benjamin 1835
Pyburn, John 1835
Pyburn, William 1835
Pyburn, William 1830 (Census) 0,1,0,0,2,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1,0,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0 Age 30-40
Pyburn, R. 1837
Pyburn, William 1837
Pyburn, Benjamin 1834
Pyburn, R. 1837
Pyburn, William 1834
Pyburn, William 1837
Pyburn, Benjamin 1835
Pyburn, William 1834
Pyburn, John 1830 (census)
Pyburn William 1830 (census)
Pyburn, Bonjen 1839
Pyburn, John 1838
Pyburn, John 1839
Pyburn, Richard 1836
Pyburn, Richard 1838
Pyburn, William 1836
Pyburn, William 1838
Pyburn, William 1839
Monroe
Pyburn, William1835
Payburn, John 1830 (census)
Pybrian, William 1830 (census)
Pyburn, Benjamin 1830 (census)
Pyburn, John 1830 (census)
Pyburn, William 1830 (census)
Randolph
Pyburn, Benjamin 1839
Pyburn, William 1839

       
Children of UNKNOWN PYBURN are:
       i.       BENJAMIN3 PYBURN, b. Abt. 1740, NC OR VA; d. Bet. 1773 - 1800, North Carolina.

Notes for BENJAMIN PYBURN:
? one who stole horse in Bedford
Rev War in VA...deserted 1776
? moved to SC

South Carolina (Edgefield) (???son's of John)
Benjamin 1,0,0 male over 16
Richard 1,0,3 male over 16, wife and two females presumably daughters

6.       ii.       JACOB PYBURN III, b. Bet. 1740 - 1755, Virginia; d. Bet. 1786 - 1787, Tensaw, Spanish Territory, AL.
       iii.       RICHARD PYBURN, b. Abt. 1765, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1835, arkansas.

Notes for RICHARD PYBURN:
There is a Richard Pyburn listed 05/31/1833 will registered 03/02/1835 Harrison Co. Indiana, wife Mary, Children at home: Sally, John, Elizabeth, Frances, William Thomas, one dollar to children not at home Rebecca, Francis, Richard, Mary Nancy Pyburn. This was an abstract the actual will should be researched but this gives an idea approx. when Richard died

1800 census KY
Males 0-10,10-16,16-26,26-45,over 45females 0-10,10-16,16-26,26-45,over 45, other free, slaves
Kentucky Images not online
Washington County
Lewis Pybourn (moves to LA)
Richard Pybourn (From SC??)
1810 Hardin KY over 45

Richard PYBURN married Mary HARDIN in Washington Co. KY in 1802. They were my gr-gr-gr-grandparents, he died in abt. 1840 in Harrison Co. IN. She died in Walnut,Bureau Co. Illinois. I do not know the ancestry of Richard PYBURN

I suspect he's a son of John or Jacob

IN SC 1790 census
South Carolina (Edgefield) (???son's of John)
Benjamin 1,0,0 male over 16
Richard 1,0,3 male over 16, wife and two females presumably daughters


       iv.       EDWARD PYBURN II, b. Bet. 1772 - 1780, Virginia; d. Unknown.

Notes for EDWARD PYBURN II:
Text: Read that "Hogue's book 100 years in the Cumberland Mountains indicates that
Edward Pyrburn, father-in-law of Austin Choate,Lived near John Conatser trace
in Poplar Cove. 17 Nov 1833." See my notes re: Jacob Pybon 1752,LunenburgCoVA
Page: Jacob w/2Choates

Most likely a son of John Pyburn, Sr.

       v.       JOHN PYBURN, b. Bef. 1776, NC OR VA; d. Aft. 1799, South Carolina.

Notes for JOHN PYBURN:
1796 and 1799 wanted for steeling a horse

Given that, he probably isn't the John Jr. but maybe a son...

       vi.       JAMES PYBURN, b. Bef. 1765, Virginia; d. Aft. 1785, Georgia.

Notes for JAMES PYBURN:
with John Lawrence (of Tensaw) stole horses and negroes in Georgia

likely related to John who also is stealing horses

       vii.       NANCY PYBURN, b. Abt. 1778, Buncombe, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. CHRISTOPHER CHOATE; b. Abt. 1778; d. Unknown.
       viii.       ELIZABETH NAOMI OMI PYBURN, b. Abt. 1785, Buncombe, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. JACOB AUSTIN CHOATE; b. Abt. 1785; d. Unknown.

Notes for ELIZABETH NAOMI OMI PYBURN:
Edward Choate & Elizabeth Cole are buried in the Choate Cemetery just north of Cookeville. Stone has Edward as 79 & Elizabeth 74. No dates. According to info I have Edward died 08/29/1894 & Elizabeth died 11/25/1896. Their children were Mary Ann, Nancy, Naomi. William, Sarah Elizabeth (my ancestor), Martha Lurany (Patsy), Manerva, Prudence Melvina, Edward & Eliza. Edward was son of Austin & Oma Pyburn Choate. Austin is believed to be son of Austin Sr. who was son of Christopher, who was son of Christopher who is believed to be son of the first Christopher who came to Maryland in 1676. A Choate book has these but they are not proven. Oma Pyburn's parents are a mystery even though a Fentress County history has an Edward Pyburn as father in law of Austin Choate but with all the research I have done on Pyburns I have not found anything to verify this. Elizabeth Cole, I believe is sister of James who m Rachel Choate, Edward's sister. I believe their father is Anderson Cole & mother may be Polly Dollar. Anderson came from Orange Co. NC & may be the son of Samuel Cole. Have not been able to tie them in proofwise. Austin & Oma Pyburn were claimed as 1/2 & full Cherokee respectively by several members of the family living in 1906 for treaty monies but were all rejected for lack of proof, I also descend from Austin through his daughter Sally (sister of Edward) who had illegitimate son named Meadow.
(by Mike Davis)

7.       ix.       UNKNOWN PYBURN, b. Abt. 1780.
       x.       AMON PYBURN, b. Bef. 1760; d. Unknown.

Notes for AMON PYBURN:
Rev War


3. JOHN2 PYBURN, SR. (JOHN1) was born 1717 in maryland, and died Bet. 1758 - 1790.

Notes for JOHN PYBURN, SR.:
September 1758 - 32d George II.

CHAP. 1.
An Act for raising the Sum of Twenty-five Thousand Pounds, for the
better protection of the Inhabitants on the Frontiers of this Colony,
and for other purposes therein mentioned.

To Matthew Talbot
William Morgan, jun.
James Hoard,
John Morgan
David Preston
Evan Morgan
John Pyburn
John Wright
George Grundy (£0.5.0 each).
       
Child of JOHN PYBURN, SR. is:
       i.       JOHN3 PYBURN, JR., b. Bet. 1737 - 1750; d. Unknown.


4. JACOB2 PYBURN, SR. (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1723 in maryland, and died Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Burke Co, North Carolina.

Notes for JACOB PYBURN, SR.:
last known location Lunenberg, VA, became Bedford, was in militia in NC, Chatham
1790 Census, Burke Co, NC


?? father of
Nephew? Edward Pyburn, guardian in case (less than 21)

Burke Co...NC 1790, Morgan District
1790 Census
North Carolina Jacob Pyburn (3,1,5)
Obvious he has two other son’s over 16, one under, and four or five daughters.

c:\txt\pybo1752
Pyburn and Choate in
The following Lunenburg Co VA Will Book has Sabret Shoat [Choate], Richard Choat, and
Jacob Pybon [PYBURN] on 7 Nov 1752 buyers of goods at estate sale of Charles Simmons. I note that my husband's ancestor, Augustine Choate also
found as Austin Choate as a little boy was living in Bedford Co. VA. 25Jan 2006. Mary Lou Ramsey
Thanks to Clint Dillon, Clint Dillon's Family Tree, who cites submitter Joyce Bennet, and Doyle Thomas Brittain.
Clint Dillon gives source as Lunenburg Co., VA Will Book I, Page 81: Inventory of the goods sold
the estate of Charles Simmons.
Buyers: Charles Merryman, Thomas Sexon, Joseph Fare, William Mead, Nicholas Haile, Jr., Sabrit Shoat, Nicholas Haile, George Simmons,
John Day, Richard Choat, James Standeford, Henry Taler, Jacob Pybon.
Total 9.14.1 pounds.
Signed- John Talbot, Adm. Recorded Nov. 7, 1752

       
Children of JACOB PYBURN, SR. are:
       i.       CHRISTOPHER3 PYBURN, b. Abt. 1765, Bedford Co., Virginia; d. Aft. 1810, North Carolina.

Notes for CHRISTOPHER PYBURN:
property owner in Bedford co in 1793, must be 21 by then


Three known sons of CHRISTOPHER PIBURN, (b. abt. 1770, N.C., d. Hardin County, Tenn). :
1. AMAN PIBURN, b. 1802.
2. JACOB PYBURN.
3. WILLIAM PYBURN.

From an online source: "William PIBURN, Jacob PIBURN along with their father Christopher PIBURN, signed the Petition To Establish Wayne County, Tennessee in 1819. The petition was submitted to the Tennessee State Legislature in 1819 by the people living in the area currently comprising Wayne and Hardin Counties. The original petition is on file at the Tennessee State Library and Archives and is available on microfilm roll number 6, Legislature Petitions. The petition is copied online in its entirety. There are 228 signatures appended to the petition."

2. AMAN PIBURN was born 1802. He married RACHEL ROBBINS December 25, 1823 in Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for AMAN PIBURN: From the Diary of James Madison Coon and Nancy Iness (Miller) Coon on the Oregon Trail from Mercer County, Illinois to Clackamas County, Oregon in 1847. This was listed online a few years ago:

"Fri May 21st: One hundred fourteen wagons traveling together. Lost our Captain and are in camp on a branch of the Nimahau in four different places. Twenty miles. Wed. Jun 9th: Indians got inside of the guard. Shot at them 3 times. All right. Good camping so far. Cool. Eighteen miles. Thu Sep 30th: Came four miles to Barlow's Gate and paid five dollars toll to cross the Cascade Mountains. We came eight miles to a creek. No grass. Lost a cow at this camp. (From description, A. Piburn got her) Twelve miles. Pleasant."

This is thought to be Amon Piburn. He left Andrew County, Missouri about this time for Oregon, and could have joined up with the group in Northwest Missouri. Aman was called "Big Amon" Piburn.

Children of AMAN (AMON) PIBURN and RACHEL ROBBINS are:
i. PERMELIA PIBURN, m. JACKSON SMITH, June 07, 1849, Andrew Co., Missouri.
ii. FANNIE PIBURN, m. WILLIAM S. COX, November 01, 1853, Andrew Co., Missouri.
iii. NANCY PIBURN, b. Abt. 1825; m. CRAGHAN RHODES, September 26, 1843, Andrew Co., MO.

(CRAGHAN RHODES was born Abt. 1820, and died 1892 in Lewis County, Washington. He married NANCY PIBURN September 26, 1843 in Andrew County, Missouri, daughter of AMAN PIBURN and RACHEL ROBBINS).

3. JACOB PIBURN, married to Catherine Pettyjohn in Crawford County, (southern) Missouri. They are presumed to have moved to Nodaway Township (which later formed Nodaway County), Andrew County in the north part of Missouri, they have a son (William T. Piburn) listed there in 1835.

Sources for Extra Pyburns:
1. Goodspeed's History of Clay County, Missouri.
2. Andrew County, Missouri Marriage Records.
3. Crawford County, Missouri Marriage Records.
4. Online piece of the James Madison Coon Diary, about his Oregon Journey (with Aman Piburn).
5. A WFT Volume.
6. Piburn Descendants.
7. Savannah Sentinel Newspaper, Savannah, Andrew County, Missouri (announcing the May 15, 1852 Edward Piburn Oregon trip).

8.       ii.       ELIZABETH NAOMI PYBURN, b. Abt. 1753, Bedford Co, VA; d. Aft. 1822, Tennessee.
9.       iii.       SARAH PYBURN, b. 29 Apr 1764, Bedford Co, VA; d. 23 Sep 1852, Kentucky.
       iv.       JACOB PYBURN, JR., b. Abt. 1755, Bedford Co, VA; d. Unknown.


5. BENJAMIN2 PYBURN, SR. (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1725 in maryland, and died Aft. 1775 in Tennessee.

Notes for BENJAMIN PYBURN, SR.:
land grant 1754 in TN
Rev War, with these men...all are from TN, but record in VA

Both Jacob (grandson) and Lewis name a daughter Nancy, is this a mother's name?

Brunswick County divided in 1746 to form Lunenburg County. Halifax County taken from Lunenburg in 1752. 1754 the northern part of Lunenburg was cut off and organized as Bedford Co. with the county seat at New London. Peter Rentfro from the James River Settlement was now field man for the new project. James Patton promoter of the project across the dividing ridge to valleys of western waters, New River and Holston River. James Rentfro was a land surveyor was member of new company.

Peter Rentfro (this would be William’s brother) settled on the western side of the mountains but James and Joseph crossed over and established their homes on Blackwater where they operated a mill. Rentfroe’s path along Blackwater was frequently mentioned by the surveyors. A road probably “the Warwick” led from James Rentfroe’s across the Blue Ridge to Little River as is shown by the following patent “1754 Benjamin Pyborn, 400 acres beginning at a Sugar Tree marked T. D. (near the spring of an old cabin formerly used) above James Rentfroes under the mountain on the road way to Little River.”

Ben Sr, Ben Jr, Lewis and Elias are all listed in account from Rev War
Elias was a Tory
       
Children of BENJAMIN PYBURN, SR. are:
       i.       LEWIS3 PYBURN, b. Abt. 1755, Tennessee; d. Unknown, Louisiana.

Notes for LEWIS PYBURN:
American Rev War record online...
moved to Louisiana

Males 0-10,10-16,16-26,26-45,over 45females 0-10,10-16,16-26,26-45,over 45, other free, slaves
Kentucky Images not online
Washington County
Lewis Pybourn (moves to LA)
Richard Pybourn (From SC??)

Louisiana
East Baton Rouge Parish
Piburn, Lewis 0,0,2,1,1,0,0,0,0,1,0,1 born before 1775 (Am
Ouachita Parish
Pyburn, Enos 2,1,1,1,0,2,1,0,1,0,0,1 born 1775-1794
Several marriages in Ouachita Parish, the first two could easily be related to the Pyburn’s in Mississippi
1816 Benjamin Pyburn married Elizabeth Whitaker,
Nancy Pyburn married Alex Wafer
1832 Francis Pyburn m. Huey Sims
Amanda Pyburn m. Woody Squires
1842 Jackson Pyburn m. Mary Stone
1845 Phebe Pyburn m. William C. Bigbee

family genealogies

10. SARAH*5 MADDOX (THOMAS*4, JOHN*3, NOTLEY*2, SAMUEL*1) was born April 22, 1787 in Culpepper Co., Va, and died November 28, 1857 in Winn Par., La. She married (2) ENOS WASHINGTON* PYBURN (Source: (1) Family Record Sheet submitted by Bertie Rogers from info received from Ethel Eagles Squyres., (2) Family Record Book Betty Moss Chaney 1977.) in Mississippi Territory, son of LEWIS* PYBURN and NANCY*. He was born Abt. 1780, and died April 18, 1823 in Near Monroe, Ouachita Par., La. She married (1) SAMUEL JOHN CARRICK. She married (3) ZEPHANIAH L LILES.

More About SARAH* MADDOX:
Burial: Old Gansville Cem, Siloam Church, Winn Par., La

More About ENOS WASHINGTON* PYBURN:
Burial: near Indian Village Cem., Ouachita Par., La

More About ENOS PYBURN and SARAH* MADDOX:
Marriage: Mississippi Territory

Children of SARAH* MADDOX and ENOS PYBURN are:
i. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN6 PYBURN, b. Abt. 1809.
ii. FRANCES PYBURN, b. Abt. 1810; m. HUEY HARRY SIMS, January 31, 1832, Ouachita Par., La.

More About HUEY HARRY SIMS:
Fact 1: shows Huey on marriage record

More About HUEY SIMS and FRANCES PYBURN:
Marriage: January 31, 1832, Ouachita Par., La

iii. AMANDA FRANCIS* PYBURN, b. August 09, 1813, Catahoula Par., La; d. February 10, 1885, Melder, La; m. MOODY L* SQUYRES, January 17, 1833, Ouachita Par., La; b. March 21, 1810, Jones Co., Ga; d. June 25, 1864, Rapides Par., La.

More About MOODY L* SQUYRES:
Burial: unknown poss. LaCompte, La

Marriage Notes for AMANDA PYBURN and MOODY SQUYRES:
Witnessed By: Isom Neatherland, James Huey, Jr, and Abraham Pipes

applied for marriage Dec. 22, 1832

More About MOODY SQUYRES and AMANDA PYBURN:
Marriage: January 17, 1833, Ouachita Par., La
Marriage Fact: Vol. A pg. 197----have copy

iv. WILLIAM WASHINGTON PYBURN (Source: Carroll-Pyburn Bible record submitted by Mrs A Swanson 4665 Loyola Dr. Baton Rouge, La 70808.ALSO: Compiler Betty Moss Chaney (March 31, 1977) desc of Sara Jane andDavid W Dies), b. April 14, 1816, Ouachita Par., La (Source: Carroll - Pyburn bible record copied 11-12-1968 by Mr. Clinton C Meek.); d. October 03, 1896, Jackson Par., La (Winn Par.); m. AMANDA M CARROLL (Source: Carroll - Pyburn bible record copied 11-12-1968 by Mr. Clinton C Meek.also notes of Iva Paige Hartsell Fritz-Lester), April 01, 1844, Ouachita Par., La (Source: Carroll - Pyburn bible record copied 11-12-1968 by Mr. Clinton C Meek.); b. October 11, 1819, Catahoula Par., La (Source: Carroll-Pyburn Bible record submitted by Mrs A Swanson 4665 Loyola Dr. Baton Rouge, La 70808.).

More About WILLIAM WASHINGTON PYBURN:
Burial: Old Gansville Cem, Siloam Church, Winn Par., La

More About WILLIAM PYBURN and AMANDA CARROLL:
Marriage: April 01, 1844, Ouachita Par., La (Source: Carroll - Pyburn bible record copied 11-12-1968 by Mr. Clinton C Meek.)

v. ZEPHANIAH PYBURN, b. Abt. 1819; d. October 1860, Jackson Par., La (Source: Mortality records Jackson Parish, La.); m. LOUISA CARROLL; b. November 13, 1817 (Source: Carroll - Pyburn bible record copied 11-12-1968 by Mr. Clinton C Meek.).

More About ZEPHANIAH PYBURN:
Cause of Death: diarrhea

vi. ANDREW JACKSON PYBURN (Source: (1) Family Record Book Betty Moss Chaney 1977., (2) Family Record Sheet submitted by Bertie Rogers from info received from Ethel Eagles Squyres.), b. April 08, 1822, Ouachita Par., La; d. October 03, 1896 (Source: Old Gansville Cemetery records and headstone.); m. MARY STONE (Source: Winn Parish Cemetery Records and Sone Ancestry of the Pyburn's by Dennis & Nita Pyburn.), November 23, 1842, Ouachita Par., La; b. December 11, 1825, near Pollock, Rapides Par., La; d. November 14, 1879 (Source: Old Gansville Cemetery records and headstone.).

More About ANDREW JACKSON PYBURN:
Burial: Old Gansville Cem., Siloam Church, Winn Par., La

More About MARY STONE:
Burial: Old Gansville Cem., Siloam Church, Winn Par., La

More About ANDREW PYBURN and MARY STONE:
Marriage: November 23, 1842, Ouachita Par., La



       ii.       BENJAMIN PYBURN, JR, b. Abt. 1760, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

Notes for BENJAMIN PYBURN, JR:
Am Rev war???

       iii.       ELIAS PYBURN, b. Abt. 1756, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
       iv.       JACOB PYBURN, b. Abt. 1750, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
10.       v.       UNKNOWN PYBURN, b. Abt. 1750, Tennessee; d. Unknown.


Generation No. 3

6. JACOB3 PYBURN III (UNKNOWN2, JOHN1) was born Bet. 1740 - 1755 in Virginia, and died Bet. 1786 - 1787 in Tensaw, Spanish Territory, AL. He married FRANCES MULLIS. She was born Bet. 1757 - 1760 in NC OR VA, and died Aft. 1811 in Baldwin Co. alabama.

Notes for JACOB PYBURN III:
His father is most likely Jacob Pyburn in the 1790 census, however, he could easily be a son of Benjamin Pyburn or John as well.

I suspect he was a Tory sympathizer, he arrived no later than 1784, as he appears on census in Tensaw 1-12-1785, but no sooner than 1781

This is John Lawrence he was later killed, his son or brother Joseph remains in Tensaw

Testimonies against Lorense [Lawrence?]. July 29 and August 3 (2) (PC 198/3) [171.2.1.26]
Found in: Foreign Archives [Collection]|Spanish Records|Copies of Records from the Papeles de Cuba (Archivo General de Indias, Seville)|Papeles de Cuba: 1777-1787|Testimonies against Lorense [Lawrence?]. July 29 and August 3 (2) (PC 198/3) ...

(11 pp. SP photostatic copy; 7 pp. typewritten English translation). LIST No. 8, 9, & 10. (1) John Cole, American, of Halifax County, North Carolina. Before Santiago de la Sausaye, Scribe, Mobile. Declaration. In March 1784, left Pensacola to go to the Choctaws to a relative named James Cole; in the Talapuches district was attacked by two white men who robbed him of his horse and all his possessions, including two young Negro slaves with him; was told that two men, Lawrence and Betts, were seen with the two slaves in that region. (2) Richard Barow, of Tinsas. Before Santiago de la Sausaye, Scribe, Mobile. Witness: Chassance, the Younger. Declaration in regard to the theft made from John Cole of the Negroes and goods; stated that he knew Lawrence to be a thief and criminal; that Thomas Betts was in plot, and that he knew of many instances of crime committed by Lawrence and could produce witnesses, and gave names of several. (3) Samuel Maree and Francis Maree, his son. Before Santiago de Sausaye, Scribe, Mobile. Witness: Chassance. Declaration. Concerning theft mentioned by John Cole, he did not know of that theft but knew much of Lawrence and had "perfect knowledge" of pillage committed at house of Frederick Reister in Georgia, as he was a neighbor; afterwards he saw Lawrence and James Pyburn with the goods and Negro they had stolen, and reported it to the Captain of the Militia; thought the Negro and some of the property was returned to Reister.


1785 Tensaw Settlement {source rootsweb, tinsas census}

Jacob Pyburne-1-4-0-1-0-3-12 {Jacob Pyburn, wife, 4 infants, Negro men 0, negro women 1, negro children 0, horses 3, other beasts 12)

1786 census {source , Vidas Legacy




Notes for FRANCES MULLIS:
author of Mullis book
William A Mullies
95 RR 1

Hume, MO 64752-9607

(660) 643-7478

1797 heirs of James Mullis, in Montgomery Co, TN for service in Continental line, privare, NC Archives...on Fletcher's Fork, Red River, Assignee John Medaris

1787 Spanish census Madame Pyburn listed age 25

1789 Spanish Census for Tombikbee District



The widow Pyburn is listed on p38 Old St. Stephens Land Office Records & American State Papers Public Lands Vol 1 1768-1888 by Marilyn Davis Hahn. Spanish Land Grant for Michael Milton was granted land on River Tensaw bounded by widow Pyburn & Reuben Dayer 08/18/1798 by Gayoso. This was probaly Washington Co as I see Baldwin was formed later

Possibly remarried, and became Frances Steel, a widow in 1805 with land in Tensaw
1810 Fanny Steele household is 1,1,1,0 in Baldwin Co, this would fit for Jacob, her son, whose not in the census, his son Jacob, and Frances

Proof Frances Pyburn is Frances Steel...
JOSEPH STIGGINS LAND CLAIM
CASE # 235

Monday, May 20, 1805

Claim---A right to eight hundred acres, by virtue of a Spanish warrant of survey, under the first section of the act.

The claimant presented his claim, together with a surveyor's plot of the land claimed, in the words and figures following, to wit:

To the Commissioners appointed in pursuance of an act of Congress passed passed the 3d day of March, 1803, for receiving and adjusting claims to land south of Tennessee and east of Pearl river.


Please to take notice, that the following tract of land, lying east of the Mobile river, bounded on the east by lands belonging to the Unied States, south, by Mrs Steel's donation, west, by the Tensaw lake, and north, by a donation of Joseph Siggins, representative of Coleman and others, is claimed by Joseph Stiggins, representative of John Johnson, Esq. by virtue of the first section of said act, under a Spanish warrant, bearing the date of 9th of February, 1788. To all which he begs leave to refer, as also to a copy of the plot herewith filed.

       
Children of JACOB PYBURN and FRANCES MULLIS are:
       i.       JACOB4 PYBURN V, b. Abt. 1776, NC OR VA; d. Bet. 1813 - 1830, Baldwin Co. alabama; m. MOTHER UNKNOWN; b. Abt. 1780; d. Bef. 1810.

Notes for JACOB PYBURN V:

On census of 1796 for Tensaw/Tombigbee district, wife age 18
Signed petition in 1809
Witnessed a will of Joseph Stiggins 1811 or 1812?

From an email from Sue Moore...
Alabama Genealogical Register , Vol . 5, No 3-4, Sept. – Dec. 1963 editor Elizabeth Wood Thomas, Wills Pub. Co., Tuscaloosa AL

“Baldwin County, Alabama, Will Book A” [pages 155- 158]

Transcribed by Elizabeth Wood Thomas
Pages 9-10

Missississippi Territory, Baldwin County

...I Joseph Stiggins ... 200 acres of land on Laurances Creek to my son George Stiggins, the remaining 200 acres to be reserved for the five children hereafter named and their mother Haw, during her natural life.... my son, George Stiggins shall have the lower part of the Swamp tract, also negroes Sam and Pompay, and all my Books...my daughter, Mary Stiggins shall have my negroes, Luce and Betty, my daughter Susannah Hataway to have negroes Nance and Eliza, my Daughter Nancy shall have negroes Harry and Jinny....negroes Pegg, Caffy, Andrew, and Peter shall remain with my wife, Haw, for her natural life, then to my son Robert Stiggins....my son George Stiggins and worthy friends William and John Pierce executors ...27 December 1812. (Signed) Joseph Stiggins Attest: George Tucker, Jacob Pyburn, Andrew Mitton [pg 155]

He was in the right place at the right time to have been in Fort Mims - However, there is no record of it that we have run across. We have identified quite a few who are not in the traditional lists, but Pyburn is not among them, though he might well have been.

Sue M.

Not on any taxholder or census of Alabama listed

Possibly him in 1840
1840 census Walton county(present day Santa Rosa) p. 4 , p. 27 one males 10-15, one male 15-20, one male 50-60, two females under 5, three females five to ten, two females ten to fifteen, one female 15-20, one female 30-40 No slaves

Notes for MOTHER UNKNOWN:
Name may be Emily

       ii.       JAMES PYBURN, b. Bet. 1780 - 1785, NC OR VA; d. Unknown.

Notes for JAMES PYBURN:
Conjecture...
based on Phoebe's working with her brother Santiago

       iii.       PHOEBE PYBURN, b. Abt. 1782, NC OR VA; d. Aft. 1829, Pensacola, FL; m. JEPTHA TURVIN; b. Abt. 1778, creek Nation; d. Bet. 1815 - 1820, Pensacola, FL.

Notes for PHOEBE PYBURN:
Most likely the widow of Benjamin, since he disappears,
In 1821 Spanish census, as a widow, no children


Re: Phoebe Pyburn, widow of Jeptha Turvin
Posted by: Jan Date: March 16, 2000 at 18:14:59
In Reply to: Re: Phoebe Pyburn, widow of Jeptha Turvin by Edward Riley Jordan of 303


I have several copies of documents purtaining to Phoebe Pyburn's land grant.
One is from the Bureau of State Land's Office, Spanish Land grants Volume 5,pg 177 Confirmed Claims s-z
she is found under
Turvin, Phoebe Pyburn
In this text her name is listed also as Parobi (Phoebe?) P.Turvin
certificate number 39 was issued September 30, 1831
This land grant is for 1,354.54 acres.
Another document copy I have is from the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Florida.
The United states of America vs. 1076.95 acres of land in Santa Rosa and Okaloosa Counties, Florida,Real Estate Securities
Company, et als, Defendants.

This copy lists Parodi and Company, a partnership; Shaw Turpentime Company, a corporation.
Then unknown spouses, heirs etc with these names listed:
Ates, Thomas {found 1870}
Collins, W.D.J. {found tax list 1867 Conecuh}
Faulk, Levin
McDavid, David A {early censu}.
Saunders, J.R.
Senterfeit, Stephen {found on early census}
Tervin, Elijah {found in census}
Turvin, Elijah {found in census}

The heirs of W.D.J. Collins, deceased are listed. This list includes these last names:
Beck, Brake, Collins, Cooley, Crosson, Enzor, Givens, Goff (Gaff), McRaney, Poore,
Sullivan, Thorp, Walker, and Wood in the State of Florida.
there are many more names as heirs but I don't know how long of a post I should put.

Let me know if you are interested in any more of this type of information.
Thanks!

WDJ Collins born in SC or NC 1816-1820
David McDavid borm 1809 Fl wife Martha born 1812 Al, daughter Antoinete
Thomas Ates born 1832 Alabama (?can't find in 1850)
Levin Falk, born 1808, South Carolina
? John R. Saunders born 1794 Alachua Co. 1850

Possibly the Phoebe in land documents married to Jeptha {Jesse?} Turvin/Tarvin land issued near Pensacola, with brother Santiago {per message board}. Tarvin/Turvin family known to be nearby the rest of the Pyburn's in Alabama, no record of a Jeptha found.

American state papers, Vol 4 source {available from Florida historical society website} Phebe Pyburn Turvin, land head of Indian cr. dated 1825 Section 21, range n 30SW, 1354 acres, the other possibility is that Phebe was the mother of Jacob Pyburn {married Diadema Stapleton} who is in 1830 census, no Tarvin's or Turvin's appear in the area of Florida in 1830, though land wasn't finalized until 1831. Another Possibility is she is the widow of Benjamin Pyburn.

1821 Tax list J. A. McDavid

       iv.       MARY PYBURN, b. Abt. 1784, Tensaw, Spanish Territory, AL; d. Aft. 1860, Escambia County, FL; m. (1) JAMES INNERARITY, Abt. 1804; b. 18 Aug 1777, Scotland; d. 03 Oct 1847, Mobile, Mobile Co, AL; m. (2) ANTOINE COLLINS, Abt. 1810, Pensacola, Fl; b. Abt. 1780; d. Dec 1865, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Notes for MARY PYBURN:
1821 taxlist Collins are Antonio, Arthur and possibly Fransisco and Thomas {Commyns}
1824 tax list a Fransisco and J F Commyns
1826 Antonio and F. Commyns
1821 census, with husband, names maiden name, Pensacola Florida

Baptised archdiocese of Mobile 1788
She states she is born VA in 1850


LARGE slave owner, her net worth was more than her husbands in the census.

Nov 5, 1788 baptisms Sept 1784 birth, house of widow Pyburn, godfather K Cassin Castanares,

fire in 1841 for hotel and in 1852, destroyed home/hotel

More About MARY PYBURN:
Baptism: 1788, Tensaw, Spanish Territory, AL

Notes for ANTOINE COLLINS:
1830 and 1840 Esc (they are 40-50 i 1830 and 50-60 in 1840, large family in 1830, Francisco alone, 40-50 in both)
1850 Mary owns 11 slaves, A. J. (son) 2
son, Charles H. Higley, 17 (?grandson), Henry 4, and Samuel B. 7 also living with them
Francis (Francisco with Mulato's in household) Both Antonio and Francisco born Mississippi
1860 Antonio, Mary, Francis L. Norton 27, Cecilia Norton 44, M. A. Rochelle, 8, W. J. Amos 17, (Mary owns more property)

Possible

       v.       BENITO BENJAMIN PYBURN, b. 1786, Tensaw, Spanish Territory, AL; d. Bet. 1808 - 1819, Escambia County, FL.

Notes for BENITO BENJAMIN PYBURN:
Named as a witness American State Papers 1805, and apparently bought land in nearby Pensacola in 1806.
Lewis Pyburn found in 1811 in New Orleans, may be a relation. Did find a Benjamin Pyburn married to Elizabeth Whitaker in Quachita Parish 7/18/1816 to Elizabeth Whitaker, also a Nancy Pyburn married same year to a Alex Wafer, possible they may be this family.

Baptised 1788, records Archdiocese of Mobile

April 26, 1786
KC Castanerres godfather


7. UNKNOWN3 PYBURN (UNKNOWN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1780.

Notes for UNKNOWN PYBURN:
these sons are brothers
       
Children of UNKNOWN PYBURN are:
       i.       EDWARD4 PYBURN, b. Abt. 1800, Buncombe, NC; d. Unknown; m. ELIZABETH ROBBINS; b. Abt. 1800; d. Unknown.

Notes for EDWARD PYBURN:

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Edward Pyburn and Elizabeth Robbins - MO
Posted by: John German Date: November 25, 2001 at 03:15:50
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Looking for info and sources on Elizabeth Robbins who in 1832 married Edward Pyburn in Crawford Co., MO. Who were parents and siblings of Elizabeth Robbins? Thanks.

Crawford Co., MO, marriage Book A, p. 17:
12 Nov 1832 Jacob Pyburn to Caterine Pettyjohn
24 Dec 1832 Edward Pyburn to Elizabeth Robins
(both were married by William Howard, JP, Wilson Twp.)
ref: THE MARRIAGE RECORDS OF CRAWFORD COUNTY MISSOURI, THE "FIRST MARRIAGE BOOK" & "BOOK A" 1829-1855, by Mrs. Howard W. Woodruff (Kansas City: no publisher, 1969), p. 11.

1830 census Crawford Co., MO, p. 180 (on adj. lines):
Aman Pyburn 40001-01001
Edward Pyburn 00002-00000001
William Pyburn 100001-20001


       ii.       AMON PYBURN, b. 1800, Buncombe, North Carolina; d. Unknown, oregon; m. RACHEL ROBBINS.

Notes for AMON PYBURN:
GENEALOGICAL MATERIAL IN OREGON DONATION LAND CLAIMS VOLUME II, published by the Genealogical Forum of Portland Oregon, 1959. P. 113:
"No 4773 Pyburn (x) Amon, Polk Co; b 1802 Buncomb Co, N.C.; SC [settled claim] 15 Sept 1850; m Rachel 25 Dec 1823, Overton Co, Tenn. She d abt 1859 & he was d by Feb 1876 when Cert. was issued to heirs. Aff. Croghan Rhodes (knew them as h & w since 1842), Alexander Hodges, Robert W. Russel, Henry Helmick."

I obtained copies of this file from the National Archives which confirm the above abstracted details. BUT do not contain the maiden name of Rachel. Please help

I have just found off the Internet a deed from Marion County, South Carolina. This was abstracted by Jo Church Dickerson. 12/28/1799 Mark Watson to Dougald Carmichael A/34 Marion Co. SC Deedbook. Both of Liberty Co. GA. Land previously granted to Reuben Ard 04/10/1786 and sold to AMAN (Amos?) Piburn 04/01/1795 and sold by Piburn 11/17/1795 to Preserved Ford.I have not seen the actual deed. I think the Sarah Pyburn of Hayward Co. NC was his wife who went to Overton Co. TN in 1820. I hope this helps any Amon Piburn/Pyburn reseaerchers. Mike


8. ELIZABETH NAOMI3 PYBURN (JACOB2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1753 in Bedford Co, VA, and died Aft. 1822 in Tennessee. She married AUSTIN CHOATE 1776 in burke Co, NC. He was born 1748 in Lunenberg Co, VA, and died Unknown.

Notes for ELIZABETH NAOMI PYBURN:
father Jacob Pyburn
       
Children of ELIZABETH PYBURN and AUSTIN CHOATE are:
       i.       CHRISTOPHER4 CHOATE, b. Abt. 1778; d. Unknown; m. NANCY PYBURN; b. Abt. 1778, Buncombe, North Carolina; d. Unknown.
       ii.       JACOB AUSTIN CHOATE, b. Abt. 1785; d. Unknown; m. ELIZABETH NAOMI OMI PYBURN; b. Abt. 1785, Buncombe, North Carolina; d. Unknown.

Notes for ELIZABETH NAOMI OMI PYBURN:
Edward Choate & Elizabeth Cole are buried in the Choate Cemetery just north of Cookeville. Stone has Edward as 79 & Elizabeth 74. No dates. According to info I have Edward died 08/29/1894 & Elizabeth died 11/25/1896. Their children were Mary Ann, Nancy, Naomi. William, Sarah Elizabeth (my ancestor), Martha Lurany (Patsy), Manerva, Prudence Melvina, Edward & Eliza. Edward was son of Austin & Oma Pyburn Choate. Austin is believed to be son of Austin Sr. who was son of Christopher, who was son of Christopher who is believed to be son of the first Christopher who came to Maryland in 1676. A Choate book has these but they are not proven. Oma Pyburn's parents are a mystery even though a Fentress County history has an Edward Pyburn as father in law of Austin Choate but with all the research I have done on Pyburns I have not found anything to verify this. Elizabeth Cole, I believe is sister of James who m Rachel Choate, Edward's sister. I believe their father is Anderson Cole & mother may be Polly Dollar. Anderson came from Orange Co. NC & may be the son of Samuel Cole. Have not been able to tie them in proofwise. Austin & Oma Pyburn were claimed as 1/2 & full Cherokee respectively by several members of the family living in 1906 for treaty monies but were all rejected for lack of proof, I also descend from Austin through his daughter Sally (sister of Edward) who had illegitimate son named Meadow.
(by Mike Davis)


9. SARAH3 PYBURN (JACOB2, JOHN1) was born 29 Apr 1764 in Bedford Co, VA, and died 23 Sep 1852 in Kentucky. She married CHARLES EADES 02 May 1786 in bedford county, VA. He was born Bef. 1755, and died 03 May 1823.

Notes for CHARLES EADES:
Under Capt. William Oaty
       
Children of SARAH PYBURN and CHARLES EADES are:
       i.       GABRIEL4 EADES, b. 1787; d. Unknown.
       ii.       NANCY EADES, b. 1789; d. Unknown.
       iii.       MARY EADES, b. 1790; d. Unknown.
       iv.       RACHEL EADES, b. 1792; d. Unknown.
       v.       JACOB EADES, b. 1796; d. 1852, Wayne Co, Kentucky.
       vi.       RUTH EADES, b. 1799; d. Unknown.


10. UNKNOWN3 PYBURN (BENJAMIN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1750 in Tennessee, and died Unknown.
       
Child of UNKNOWN PYBURN is:
       i.       JACOB4 PYBURN IV, b. 1785, Tennessee; d. 1829, Tennessee; m. MARY WEBB; b. Abt. 1785; d. Unknown.

Notes for JACOB PYBURN IV:
per online genealogy...he's a son of Benjamin Sr makes more sense he's a grandson of Benjamin ..