Hi All Looking for a Caleb Sullivant /Sullivan from the Duplin Co., NC area, went to Tn , could have been Warren Co., Tn, cannot find any info on him
Will post what i found on the NCgenweb
Thanks for any updates
Descendants of Caleb (Sullivan) Sullivant
1 Caleb (Sullivan) Sullivant b: Abt. 1770 d: Abt. 1830 in Hardin Co., Tn
+Louise Grimes b: Abt. 1778 in Duplin Co.,Nc. Father: James Grimes, Sr. Mother: Sarah Winders
2 Elkanah Sullivant b: Abt. 1801
2 James D. Sullivant b: Abt. 1808
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Beaufort County, NC - Land & Deed Records
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Janice Tripp Gurganus
Re-typed by Janice Gurganus, Brenda Stocks, Carol Martoccia, Sloan
Mason and Martha Marble
BEAUFORT COUNTY DEED BOOK 1 - part 1
July 4, 1719 - John Sullivant, "Hide Precinct", Bath Co., planter, to Daniel COX,
same, planter - Consideration of 530 acres in Hyde Precinct, east side Matchapungo
River, granted to said Daniel COX by patent dated Aug. 27, 1717 - 250 acres.
Mentions river side, SULLIVANT's tract; Cypress Branch, Great Cypress trees, part
of land granted to John SULLLIVANT by patent dated Oct. 28, 1718. Exchange of
Wit: J. WHITE, Edward WYNNS
July 4, 1719 - Exchange of land between Daniel COX, "Hide" Precinct, Bath Co.,
planter, and John SULLIVANT, same, planter - 250 acres East side Matchapunto
River, part of a tract granted to John SULLIVAN by patent dated Oct. 28, 1718 -
530 acres in "Hide" Precinct, East side Matchapungo River, granted unto said
Daniel COX by patent dated August 27, 1717.
Wit: J. WHITE, Edward WYNNE
July 4, 1719 - Exchange of land between John SULLIVANT, Hyde Precict, Bath Co.,
planter, and Daniel COX, same, planter. 530 acres in Hyde Precinct, east side
of Matchapungo River, granted to Daniel COX by patet Aug. 27, 1717 and 250 acres,
part of tract granted John SULLIVANT by patent dated Oct. 28, 1718.
Wit: J. WHITE, Ed. WYNNE
(See Deed, p. 361)
Will of John Selvert (Sullivant) of Hyde Parish, Bath County, NC, 1735
Surname: Selvert, Selivert, White, Silwert, Sullivant
Transcribed for use in USGenWeb Archives by:
W. David Samuelsen - March 2002
Beaufort County, NC; Vol. 1 page 18 (original spelling retained)
In the Name of God Amen, and in the year of the Reign of our Sovering Lord
King George the second Anno Domini 1734/5.
I, John Selvert, planter of ye province of North Carolina & ye County of Bath
and parish of Hyde being sick of body but of good sound and perfect memory
thanks be to God for it.
First, I bequest my soul to God who gave it, me and my body to ye yearth there
to be desently buried at ye discresion of my Extrs.
I give my plantation on ye West side of Matchepungo to my brother Joseph
Selivert to him and his heirs forever.
I give to my father in law John White my negro man Harry untel my brother Darby Silwert is twenty one and then to my brother Derby Silvert and his heirs forever.
I give to my sister Elizabeth two cows and calves.
I give to my sister Grace Silwert two cows and calves
I give to my sister Marget Silvert two cows and calves
I give to my brother George White two cows and calves
I give to my brother Joseph Silwert my horse bridle and sadle.
I give my brother in law George White my case and bottes and the rest of my personable estate after my just debts is lawfully paid to be equally divided amongst my brothers and sistes and I do apoint my trew and trusty friends, Wm.
Richard Silvester and John White my Exetor's of this my last will and testament and I doe acknowledg this to be my last will and testament and to cut of all other "..." of writing as witness my hand this 28th day of January
Anno Dom. 1734/5
John (his x mark) Silvert
Sind, selad and delivered in the presents of us test.
December Court 1735
The within Last Will and Testament of John Sullivant was exhibited into Court and proved by the oath of Joseph White one of the subscribing evidences thereot and that he see the other two evidences witness the same. Ordered ye
Secretary have notice thereof.
Test. Jno. Callison, Cler Cur.
Aug. 27, 1703 - James WELSH lays rights upon entry made Aug. 27, 1703, John BARNETT, Daniel SULLIVANT, Eliz. SULLIVANT, Richard PRINCE, Eliz, FROMAN, Jeremiah POTTER.
Halifax County, NC - Deeds - Milly Hyde to John Hyde-1794
Deed book 17, p 797-798, Hallifax Co, NC - NC Archives Microfilm
Sounds more like a Will, will not put all ,CGT
I the said Milly Hyde hath here unto set my hand & seal this
11th day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety four.
Signed, sealed and delivered Milley X Hyde SEAL
In presence of mark
Test John Sullivant
Sat May Sessions} 1795 Then this deed of gift was exhibited in open court
& duly proved by John Sullivant a witness and motion ordered to be
Registered July 20th 1795 P Long Pr Witness L. Long
NC - GRANTOR/GRANTEE INDEX OF JOHNSTON, DOBBS, AND LENOIR COUNTIES
Old Dobbs County BOOK 13 - April 1784 to April 1789 (1)
Mercer, Thomas James Sullivant 176
Sullivant, Joseph Wadkins Hart (Harte) 179
1790 Fayette District Sampson Co., NC
Anson Co NC census
1810 pg 12, 1830 pg 51, 1840,55,73, 1850 164A,196B
BEAUFORT COUNTY DEED BOOK 1 - part 1
Aug. 18, 1709 - Humphrey EDWARDS, planter, Bath Co., to Robert GREENE, TAYLOR,
same Co., Precinct of Wickham - 300 acres - "full half of a settlement of Land"
up Matchapongo River, North side of river called Ross' Point.
Wit: John JORDAN, John SULLIVANT
Acknowledged Apr. Court 1710
Nov. 30, 1716 - Will of William WYNN
To: Wife - Dorothy WYNN - during life, plantation "whereon I live", all moveable
estate. At her death the plantation to return to Son - William WYNN
Son - Edward WYNN - equal share of land beginning at Mossy Point, down creek
Son - Lemuel WYNN - equal share of land in Jack's Creek Neck
"all of which lands that I am now posessed with...be equally divided between my
Son - Thomas WYNN - 1 cow and calf
Dau. - Grace SULLIVANT - 1 cow calf
Executors - Son, William WYNN; Wife, Dorothy WYNN
Wit: John CLARKE, Elean'r. MELLYNES
Proved Jan. Court 1717/18
Page 414 list of Will Abstract 170-20-1868
SULLAVANT, Dorby, 365
SULLIVAN, Evan, 110
SULLIVANT, Grace, 367
Caswell Co., NC Will Book D1800-1803
Rachael SULLIVANT 1806 page 222
Cumberland Co., NC 1790
Source: Military Collection, War of the Regulations, 1768-1771, Folder 1771,
Pay Rolls of the Dobbs Militia.
The Public of North Carolina To the 4th Company of the Dobbs Detachment in the Expedition against the Insurgents
days -Daily pay-Sum(Pounds)
John Sullivant do from do till do 77 2/ 7 14
A soilder from 9th April Till 25th June (this is what the do -ditto means)
GRANVILLE COUNTY, NC - MISCELLANEOUS- Tax List 1750
John Sullivant |1|
Military - Pension Roll, 1835
$20.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$60.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
JULY 31, 1833 PENSION STARTED
NORTH CAROLINA CONT'L LINE
$96.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$812.76 AMOUNT RECEIVED
SEPTEMBER 23, 1825 PENSION STARTED
Christine Grimes Thacker
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