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Re: 1810 and 1820 Wake County Census Equivalents On-line?
Posted by: Tarney Smith (ID *****4621) Date: May 04, 2010 at 13:46:59
In Reply to: Re: 1810 and 1820 Wake County Census Equivalents On-line? by Ruth Kollman of 1372

Thanks, Ruth, for responding. I'm hoping that with the "Sandiford" name now in your "mind" that next time you look at the records, it may pop out and you might be able to send me something.

I always try to provide something in return when I ask a favor, and in anticipation of your help, I did some "King" research, and although none of this may not be new to you, here is what I found:

Abstracts of North Carolina Wills

Chowan County.
February 24, 1714. April 16, 1716. Sons: MICHAEL, CHARLES and HENRY (lands in Chowan and in Virginia). Daughters: ELISABETH, CATREN and MARY KING. Signatures of witnesses torn off. Clerk of the Court: R. HICKS. Names of witnesses appearing in probate: CHRISTOPHER VANLUON, JOHN HAYES, JUDITH FOX.

Bertie County.
July 1, 1750. May Court, 1751. Daughters: CATTREN, ANN and PRUDENCE KING. Wife and Executrix: ANN. Executors: ROBT. WEST, JOS. HARDY. Witnesses: AGNEE MARVELL KNOTT, HANNAH MALTIMER. Clerk of the Court: SAM'L ORMES.

Onslow County.
January 5, 1743-1744. July 4, 1749. Sons: JOHN, CHARLES, WILLIAM, NICHOLAS, HENRY and JACOB, MICHAEL. Wife: PRISCILLA. Executors: LEWIS JENKINS and GEORGE BISHOP. Witnesses: ISABELLA JENKINS, ELIZABETH WINGATE, SARAH HIGMAN. Clerk of the Court: THOS. —. Portion of this will missing.

Bertie County.
May 20, 1741. October 29, 1741. Sons: MICHAEL, HENRY and JOHN. Daughters: CATHERINE, ISBEL, PENELOPE and MARY KING. Wife and Executrix: ISBEL. Executors: COLL. ROBERT WEST and his son ROBERT. Witnesses: ROGER SNELL, JNO. HILL, J. HOLBROOK. Proven before J. MONTGOMERY, C. J.

Duplin County.
October 27, 1758. April 11, 1759. Sons: JAMES (land and two negroes), ROGER (“my plantation and three negroes”). Daughters: PURTHANY SNELL, MARY KING, REBECCA HERRING (negroes to each). Sons-in-law: ABRAHAM HERRING and MICHAEL KING. Wife: ANN. Executors: MICHAEL KING and GEORGE BELL. Witnesses: JOHN KING, JOHN CANADY, JESSE BELL. Clerk of the Court: JOHN DICKSON.

(Actual book images of above, but for some reason, the “search” function did not bring up the King will abstracts, but they are on pages 203 and 204….I found them by doing a search for “Snell..”)
I saved the images and could send them to you as an e-mail attachment if you want them and send me your e-mail address.

Tarney (Sandifer) Smith

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