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Descendants of SAMUEL SHERBERT
1. SAMUEL1 SHERBERT He married SARAH (MNU).
Notes for SAMUEL SHERBERT:
Samuel Sherbert, File #1767 Spartanburg Co., SC
Will of Samuel Shurbutt Senr...to wife Sarah Shurbutt Senr., during her widowhood, the plantation where I now live, etc., that my third oldest son Middleton Shurbut should have and enjoy a three year old mare; my fourth eldest son Warren Shurbut, to have a two year old mare; at the death of my wife, plantation to my three youngest children; Thomas Shurbut, Rebekah Shurbut, and Elizabeth Shurbut, my three girls now living with me, Mary, Milly and Jenny; son Middleton Shurbut and Warren Shurbut, exrs. August ye 15th 1801 Wit; Tobias Bright, Jonathan Crow
Samuel Shurbutt (his mark)
Children of SAMUEL SHERBERT and SARAH (MNU) are:
i. MIDDLETON2 SHERBERT, b. Bet. 1775 - 1794.
Notes for MIDDLETON SHERBERT:
The 1820 Spartanburg Census, Series M33, Roll 120, page 325 (HQ)
1- male 26 to 45 years of age
1- female 16 to 26 years of age
1- female 45 years and upward
From the Unity Baptist Church Minutes:
June 15th 1822, Char’d Middleton Sherbert with the sin of fornication.
July 20th 1822, Middleton Sherbut excluded.
Nov. 15, 1823, Sarah Shearbert dismiss’d by letter.
Spartanburg Co. SC Deed Book K, pgs. 362-364, (SC Archives microfilm Roll C603):
21 July 1806 James Crow (Buncom County, NC) to son Levi Crow (Spartanburgh): for $150 sold 124 acres on Jemmey’s Creek, on the S side Tygar R: border: Robert Rogers, , NW-John Craven, S-Widow Alexander, E-Langshurse (?) Lamb, or NW-Robert Rogers, S-John Craven, E-Widow Alexander, and Longshuse Lamb. Wit:, John Crow Middleton Shurbutt, and John Thornton. Signed, James Crow. Wit. Oath Aug. 4, 1806 John Thornton to William Hendrix. Rec. Aug. 4, 1806.
ii. WARREN SHERBERT.
iii. THOMAS SHERBERT.
iv. REBEKAH SHERBERT.
v. ELIZABETH SHERBERT.
vi. MARY SHERBERT.
vii. MILLY SHERBERT.
viii. JENNY SHERBERT.
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