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Re: Grahams1700s/later from Pa and later to Rowan Co., NC
Posted by: Patrice (Fulton) Stark (ID *****3275) Date: October 23, 2004 at 20:55:28
In Reply to: Re: Grahams1700s/later from Pa and later to Rowan Co., NC by Carolyn McDaniel of 923

Dear Carolyn,

I'm a FULTON hunter and am familiar with the Graham tract known as "Pembroke" which is adjacent to the tract "Resurvey of Amory's Satisfaction" owned by Alexander Fulton (d 1762) of Cecil Co, MD.

The 60 acre MD tract originally patented to George Emmory, "Amory's Satisfaction" was resurveyed in 1756 at Alexander Fulton's request, probably in anticipation of the upcoming Mason/Dixon survey. The final MD survey included 47 acres surrounding Amory's Satisfaction that Fulton obtained by a Pennsylvania warrant.

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Here's another piece of information regarding William Teague ...

CECIL COUNTY COURT (LAND COMMISSIONS) 1724-1751
[page 265]
Cecil County } The Justices of Cecil County afsd in Court
June Court 1736 } Judicially Setting ~
Held for sd County } To Mr Randall Death Mr Wm Husbands Mr Nathaniel Ewing and Joshua Ewing of Cecil County Gent ~
Whereas William Teague of sd County planter by his humble petition to us the said Justices hath set forth that he is [not legible] in fee of a tract of land called Teagues Delight lying on the East side of Susquehana river in Cecil County afsd the bounds whereof depending on trees which are decayed and became obsolete and prayed us the said Justices to Grant a Commission and appoint Commissioners to Examine Evidences in relation to the bounds of the said tract of land pursuant to Act of Assembly of this practice.

We do upon the said Petition and by Virtue of the said Act impower you the said Randall Death Wm Husbands Nathaniel Ewing and Joshua Ewing or any three or two of you to be Commissioners you first taking an oath before this Court or some magistrate of this County duly and Impartially to Examine and certify such Evidence as shall be to you nominated by the petitioner or other person concerned upon their Corporal oaths by you the Commissioners as afsd to be administered and you are to issue Summons and give notice before your meeting on such land where all parties concerned live in the County or where they are not known by affixing publick notes at the parish Church where the above said land is [torn] days at the least before your meeting as afs intimating your intentions and the time you Shall appoint and you are ordered to [torn] the like notes to be set up in the most publick places in the County twenty days before Such meeting and that when all persons interested are known and any of them lives out of the County that then you must give notice by affixing a note at the Church Door of the parish in which the party resides forty days at the least before your meeting as afsd and that you then meet at [page torn] By you to be appointed and upon the place or places where the said bounds are said to be and what the Evidences that shall be brought before you shall upon their Corporall Oaths declare touching the premises that you carefully reduce the same into writing in the presence of the parties concerned that shall be there present and that you return the same together with a certificate of having given notice as the law requires to this County Court to be Recorded in perpetual memory given under the seal of the County aforesaid this Eleventh day of June Anno Domini 1736
By the Court Wm Knight
[page 270](pages 266 through 269 are not in this article)
October 28th 1736 The Deposition of James Porter aged about thirty years & Joshua Ewing aged about 32 and James Ewing aged about 24 & Samuel Ewing aged about 31 & Andrew Madow aged about 24 Saith being Solemly Sworn on the Holy Evanglest of Almighty God that a Certain Stoney Hill some Distance below the place where Abraham Colletts evidence was taken the fifth day of August last is the first Hill from the mouth of Conawingo Creek and the Descent of the Hill they understand to be the Brow thereof where we made a Small heap of Stones this day and further Swear that a certain Edward Mury told them this day that William Teague twenty one years ago showed him a white ash tree the which tree he said William Teague told him that it was one of his line trees and further Saith not
Taken and Reduced into writing and Sworn on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God this 28th day of October 1736 Before us
Nathanl Ewing
William Husband
Randall Death

Recorded 20th November 1737
Wm Knight

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Patrice (Fulton) Stark
Lone Tree, Colorado


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