Name: William Whitted
Birth: ABT 1725 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co., NJ???
Death: ABT FEB 1816 in Orange Co., NC
Fact 1b sons Wm, Levi ("land adj Isaac HOLDEN's mill tract"), emancipates mulatto slave "Dick."
Fact 1c 4 AUG 1815 Codicil. "Daughter Mary BIRD has died. Her legacy goes to Wm BIRD, James BIRD, Sarah WALKER, Nancy THOMPSON, Susannah ANDERSON, John (Jehu) BIRD and Fanny HAMILTON (all children of Mary Bird, dec.). Wits. David YARBROUGH and J. McKERALL.
Fact 1d FEB 1816 Probate in Orange Co., NC.
Note One online genealogy lists a Thomas Whitted marrying Theodora BRYD in 1715 and places many of this William Whitted's descendants with them.
Note **** see Robert LORD, JEHU Lord.
Note Capt. James PHILLIPS was also a SADDLER -- his shop was above Dr. James WEBB's medical office.
Note George HOGG who died 1721 New Castle DE was a CORDWAINER; Benj. WHITEHEAD of Granville Co. NC and Meck. Co. VA was a CORDWAINER; Isaac WHITEHEAD who died 1724 Elizabethtown NJ was a CORDWAINER as was his brother Samuel WHITEHEAD of Long Island NY
Note If naming patterns apply, you'd think his mother's name was LYDIA, but sarah's sister maria also had a dau LYDIA???
Note Seems William Whitted was no different from men in all the other WHITEHEAD lines... they were all closely associated with and intermarried with the QUAKERS, though only one, Benjamin Whitehead who died testate 1698 in Philadelphia, was Quaker himself.
Note WHERE WAS WILLIAM WHITTED BETWEEN 1763 AND 1772??? THE WILLIAM WHITEHEAD IN GRANVILLE CO. NC HAS BEEN PROVEN TO HAVE BEEN WILLIAM WHITEHEAD OF CASWELL CO. NC WHO DIED 1805 IN LAURENS CO. SC.
Fact 1a 24 MAR 1814 Will written. Execs. sons Wm & Levi. Wits. Thomas FLINT, Henry NEAL. Mentioned daus Mary BIRD, Hannah HARRIS (w/only one child), Elizabeth HOLDEN, Susannah THOMPSON, grandsons Samuel BIGELOE (BIGELOW) and Wm Whitted (son of Levi),
Fact Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church... Marriages of 1754... December 26th, William WHITETED to Sarah CLEANY.
Fact Jeffrey Meadows Whitted, descendant of William Whitted, matched 24 out of 25 markers with descendants of Isaac Whitehead of New Haven, CT/Elizabethtown NJ, within margin to have been a descendant of Isaac Whitehead.
Fact SADDLER by trade.
Fact BET 1772 AND 1778 Orange Co. Land Office was closed, so few records are available for this time period.
Fact 1790 Listed in Orange Co. Tax List in Hillsboro Dist. as Wm WHITHEAD betw Jas CLARK & Wm JACKSON Sr. near Gilbert STRAYHORN, Jas FAUCETT, John & Thom HOLDEN, Chas RAY, Alex CARSON, John TURRENTINE, Hen HASTINGS, Jas CARSON, David HANNAH, David COPELAND, HART.
Fact 1790 Orange Co. NC Tax list in Hillsboro District (WILLIAM WHITEHEAD) taxed on 438 acres and 2 white polls and 3 black polls -- beside WILLIAM JACKSON SR.
Fact 10 OCT 1792 On a jury for the division of the estate of Andrew LYTLE of Hillsborough (John NICHOLS had married the widow of Andrew Lytle). Sterling HARRIS, Joseph MOORE, John TAYLOR and others also on the jury.
Fact 13 SEP 1797 William WHITTED bought 923 acres on the West Fork of Harpeth River near NASHVILLE TN from Alexander ANDERSON (who had purchased tract from William MEBANE on 14Nov1790 -- part of 7,200 acres granted to estate of Robert MEBANE by State of NC on 14Mar1786).
Fact 1800 Orange Co. NC Census, HILLSBOROUGH, p. 115 (alphabetized): William WHITEHEAD, 1m10-16, 1m45+, 1f10-16, 1f26-45, 1f45+, 5 slaves.
Fact 1801 In an advertisement in the Raleigh Register for "Hillsborough Academy", William WHITTED was listed as one of the original trustees of the school along with Walter ALVES, William KIRKLAND, William CAIN, and Duncan CAMERON.
Fact 6 SEP 1802 William WHITTED bought property in Orange Co. NC from WM CAIN, et al.
Fact 10 MAY 1804 William WHITTED bought property in Orange Co. NC from CATLETT CAMPBELL [[[this deed was apparently to William Whitted JR]]].
Fact 1 JUL 1805 William WHITTED was bondsman for John RAY and Salley CLARKE of Orange Co. NC. Ray's first wife was Sarah MILLER, dau of Susannah BIRD and George MILLER of New Castle Co. DE.
Fact 25 AUG 1807 Bought property in Orange Co. NC from GEORGE CARRINGTON.
Fact 28 JAN 1808 Deeded property in Orange Co. NC to SUSANNAH (COURTNEY WATTS) WHITTED.
Fact 20 MAY 1809 Bought property in Orange Co. NC from Sheriff Joseph ARMSTRONG.
Fact 1810 Census continued: near ISAAC JACKSON, Wm CAMPBELL, Richd CRABTREE, Jas DIXON, Nancy HILL, Martha SINGLETON, Tho EVANS, Mary DOUGLASS, Hugh CAIN, DICEY DUNNAGAN, John RHEW, John STROUD, Jas MOORE, Robt GRAHAM, Thomas LASHLEY SEN, Isaac PICKARD...
Fact 1810 Orange Co. NC Census, HILLSBOROUGH DIST., p. 108: William WHITHED SEN, 1m45+, 1f45+, 6 slaves, betw. John FLINTHEM (FLINTHAM) and Henry NEAL.
Fact 27 AUG 1810 Bought property in Orange Co. NC from Barnabus O'FARRELL, apparently deeding this property to his son William Whitted in 1812.
Fact 17 SEP 1811 Sold property in Orange Co. NC to Thomas H. TAYLOR.
Fact 11 MAY 1812 Bought property in Orange Co. NC from George TAYLOR.
Fact 28 JUN 1813 Bought property in Orange Co. NC from JOHN STREET.
Fact 17 MAY 1814 Bought property in Orange Co. NC from John YOUNG.
Fact 23 JAN 1823 Burroughs ESTES sold to JOSEPH SHAW 176 acres on NEW HOPE CREEK in Orange Co. NC adj Moses CARROLL, Fred REAVES, Wm BALDWIN, and CAPT. JOHN McKERRALL.
Burial: Whitted Family Cemetery, Orange Co., NC
EARLY NEW JERSEY MARRIAGES -- EXTRACTS
# 55; Timothy CRAIG of Elizabeth Town, SADLER********, and David OLIVER (Jr) of the same town,
yeoman... [bound to]... John HAMILTON, President of His Majestys Council and Commander
in Chief... 500 pounds... 17 Feb 1746.
... Timothy CRAIG... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Jane STEWART,
[w] Tho's BARTOW
[consent of] Christian CROWELL that "daughter Jane STEWART may be married to Timothy
CRAIG, son of John CRAIG of Eliz'th Town", dated 16 Feb 1746.
# 58; John CLAYTON, Inholder, **********WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, SADLER*********, and Joel BEEDLE (BEDELL, BIDDLE********),
cordwainer, all of Burdens* Town (BORDENTOWN) in the County of Burlington... [bound to]... John HAMILTON,
President of His Majestys Council and Commander in Chief... 500 pounds... 21 June 1746.
... John CLAYTON... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Elizabeth BRETON,
[w] John LEONARD*** and D: COWELL
# 59; John CHAMBERS of Trenton, cooper, and James BELL of Trenton afor'd, carpenter, and
Richard ROE (no signature), all of Hunterdon... [bound to]... John HAMILTON, President of His
Majestys Council and Commander in Chief... 500 pounds... 31 July 1746.
... John CHAMBERS... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Susannah CARTER of
Trenton aforsd, spinster...
[w] Elizabeth BELL and David COWELL
# 81; John BIDDLE (BIDDIL) of Borden Town, Cordwainer, and John WALLING of
Middletown, weaver... [bound to]... Jonathan BELCHER, Governor... 500 pounds... 4 Jan
1748 ... Joel BIDDLE... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Mary WALLING
of Middletown af'sd, spinster... [w] Tho's BARTOW (affidavit of:) John WALLING that
Joel BIDDLE has consent of his father Thomas WALLING to marry his sister Mary
WALLING... [w] John BURNET Ald'n... 4 Jan 1748/9
[[[editor's note: a JOEL BEDELL was born 1708 HEMPSTEAD, LONG ISLAND, NY]]]
Delaware Marriages, 1645-1899
Name: William WHITETED
Spouse Name: Sarah CLEANY
Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 26 Dec 1754
County: New Castle
Source: Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006422.
1756 January 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette
Whereas WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, of CHRISTINE HUNDRED, in the county
of NEW CASTLE, obtained one certain obligation of Eighty
Pounds, lawful Money of Pennsylvania, bearing date the 28th day
of August, 1755, from me the subscriber, for the payment of
Forty Pounds, like money, on or before the 28th day of August,
in the year of our Lord 1756; now these are to forewarn any
person or persons to take assignment on, or otherwise take, the
said obligation, expecting thereby to receive the conditions
thereof, for as the said obligation was obtained by fraud, and
for no valuable consideration, therefore I hereby give notice
that I will not pay the same.
Darby, January 20, 1756. JOHN RUTTER****************.
CALENDAR OF NEW JERSEY WILLS
Lib. B, p. 158.
1730, April 6. BLANCHARD, John (Elizabethtown).
1730, April 29. Inventory of personal estate (£732.10.05) includes
bonds due from Alexander SCOTT, Peter EASTMAN, John Hayward, SAMUEL
WHITEHEAD*****, Jacob Piat, John Lambert, Samuel Wheten, Amos GOODIN,
John Morehouse, Samuel Day, Benjamin OGDEN, Cozine Andris, Michael
RUTTER**************, James and William Cole, Jeremiah OSBOURNE. Jeremiah OSBOURNE JR,
Jonathan Gilbert, Richard HALL, Daniel Goble, Joseph Tharp, Joseph
Codington, Thomas More, Mathew Connet, Henry Connet, Joseph Jennings,
John Carter, Job Pack (PECK), William Watson, Hendrick DeCamp, James
DOUGHTY, George Pack, Erasmus Allton, William ROBINSON, ISAAC WHITEHEAD,
Silas PEARCE, Thomas Hampton, Roberd Lardner, Conradus Winains,
John Winains, George Gibbs, Daniel Goble, Jun'r, Roberd Goble, Nicolas
CLASSON (CLAWSON), William Winains, Jun'r, Noah BISHOP, Thomas POPE, Thomas
NEW CASTLE COUNTY DELAWARE LAND RECORDS 1755-1762, Carol J Garrett, 1999,
Willow Bend Books and Family Line Publications, ISBN 1-58549-016-4
163. Judgement. 19 April 1756. William GOLDEN, Esq. High Sheriff of the cnty of
Newcastle upon DE send greetings. Whereas Erick ANDERSON was seized of a
certain tract of land and plantation situate in CHRISTIANA HUNDRED in sd
cnty bounded on the north by Matthias DEFOSS' plantation and on the south
by Adam STEDHAM's land. And whereas sd Erick ANDERSON and his wife Bridget
did grant a piece of sd land unto Philip SMITH (bounded by lands of James
KIRK and Thomas BERRY) containing 4 acres and 33 perches. And sd Philip
SMITH by his last will dated 20 Nov 1748 did empower William ARMSTRONG**** as
his Exec. And sd William ARMSTRONG did convey same lot and premises unto
John RANKIN who sold same unto Andrew DICKEY in 1750 under the incumbrance
of a certain mortgage by him to the General Loan Office who together with
Elizabeth his wife granted the same lot under sd mortgage unto John
SPRINGER. And sd John SPRINGER by his last will fully impowered Christopher
SPRINGER and Sarah SPRINGER, Execs. And they in 1754 did convey the same
unto **************WILLIAM WHITTED************* who conveyed the same lot and mortgage unto
ELEAZER HUBBIL************. And whereas sd Eleazer HUBBIL was in the Court of Common Pleas
before the Justices for Judgement to recovered against sd WILLIAM WHITTED a
debt of £60 14 shillings and damages. Above sd Sheriff was commanded to
seize goods and lands of sd WHITTED, SADLER****************. Seized in execution was the
afsd lot and premises and appraised by Joseph SIMPSON and Thomas OGLE to
the sum of £40. After public notice sd property was sold for the sum of £38
10 shillings to Robert PIERCE as the highest bidder.
Signed: William GOLDEN, Sheriff.
Wit: Andrew TRANBERG, John STAPLER.
Ack: Aug Term 1756.
Rec: 10 Nov 1756. (S1:209)
59. Deed. 8 March 1755. WILLIAM WHITED of Christiana Hun. in Co. of Newcastle upon Delaware, SADLER, for the sum of 60 pounds, sold unto ELEAZER HUBBLE of Borough of Wilmington, mariner, a piece of land situate in sd Hun. & Co., together with all and singular upon it. It is bounded by the land of Robert PIERCEs, James KIRK and Thomas BERRY, and contains 4 acres 33 perches.
Signed: WILLIAM WHITED.
Wit: Joshua NEWBROUGH, John STAPLER.
Ack: Nov Term 1755. Rec: 26 Feb 1756.
... Based on the previous travelers' accounts further research showed that THOMAS OGLE had on several occasions failed to uphold the regulations involving tavern keeping (Appendix II ) - In1761, Thomas Ogle appeared before the August term Court of General Sessions, having been indicted for running a tipling house. In conjunction with a plea of not guilty, a bond of £50 was posted by Ogle and of £20 each by Ogle's accusers, Thomas WILSON and WILLIAM WHITEHEAD. By the August Term of 1762, Ogle had retracted his not guilty plea and pleaded guilty -- He was fined £5 and ordered to stand committed until the fine was paid. Based on the Laws of the State of Delaware (Appendix II), SO this was the result of a violation of Section 5, the operation of a public house without a license. In such instances, the public house was referred to as a "tippling —house" . While in Delaware such terminology implied an illegal operation, in other states small urban taverns were also called grog shops, slop shops, and tippling houses (Rice 1983)...
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 3
9 Apr 1772
James JACKSON of Orange Co. and Elizabeth his wife to WILLIAM WHITED of same, planter, one hundred pounds, 20 acres and 80 acres, one tract bounded by Samuel MONEY's line, William JACKSON's line, John DENNIS' line, the other adjoins John DENNIS' line and William JACKSON, from ISAAC JACKSON in two separate deeds both dated 19 May 1761, registered in Book G, page 54, also another tract adjoining ISAAC JACKSON's line and William JACKSON's line, 13 acres, Christian MAY from William JACKSON 4 August 1761 registered in Book G, page 55, all three tracts conveyed by Christian MAY to James JACKSON 16 May 1764 registered in Book I, page 237 [reference in deed to grantee as WILLIAM JACKSON WHITTED].
/s/ James JACKSON, Elizah (E) JACKSON.
Wits: James WATSON*******, Jacob MASON Jr.
Proved April Term 1772 by WATSON.
LAND GRANT RECORDS OF NC, VOLUME 1
ORANGE COUNTY 1752-1885
William WHITEHEAD 406 acres on JORDAN'S & OWENS CR.
William WHITEHEAD 50 acres on Eno River.
ORANGE CO. NC COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS
John Cate bound in 5000 pds for appearance at next court. TIMOTHY CAIN
in 500 pds bond for his appearance.
Ordered William Dunagan, William Ray, George Newton, George HORNER,
Timothy Caine, John Douglas, WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, Stephen WILSON, John
Latta, James Latta, William Pinkerton, and J??? Cate apptd jury to view
road going by William JACKSONs and make report to next court.
Court adjourned. present: WILLIAM CAINE, John Butler, John STEEL.
ORANGE CO. NC COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS
Timothy CAINE apptd overseer in room of WILLIAM WHITEHEAD.
ORANGE CO. NC COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS
Petition: That the jury lay off road from Hillsborough to Jacksons.
WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, Wm Cain, Jr, Wm Cain.
Wm LAWS resigns as overseer of road from Little River to Granville line
and Hugh Cain apptd in his room.
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 10
04 Aug 1801 Samuel Turrentine, sheriff to William CAIN & David Ray &
James Yarborough, prop of Samuel CLENNEY & Henry THOMPSON, Jr., town lot.
wit/ David Yarborough, THOMAS WHITTED.
ORANGE CO. NC WILL BOOK D
Will of JEHU WHITTED: 13 Mar 1804 / May Ct 1804
Wit: Will CAIN and Gavin ALVES
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 2
22 Feb 1780
John MITCHELL of Hillsborough District in Orange Co. to John MITCHELL of same for love and good will and affection which I have and do bare to my son, 213 acres, the plantation where ADAM DICKSON now lives, no metes or bounds given.
/s/ John (x) MITCHELL
Wits: Wm WHITTED, Wm COMB.
Proved by Comb 1780.
13 Mar 1780
State of North Carolina to William WHITEHEAD, fifty shillings per hundred acres, 406 acres on waters of GORDON (JORDANS) & OWENS CR, bounded on E by SAGUE (LOGUE?), on S by HALL, and other sides by vacant land...
/s/ Richard CASWELL
Wit. William SHEPPARD.
William WHITEHEAD of Orange Co., singular, and Sally his wife, to John HARVEY of Orange Co., fifty pounds, 406 acres on JORDAN & CIMS (OWENS) CR, bounded on W by LAYNE, on S by HALL, on other sides by vacant land granted to Whitehead 13 Mar 1780;
/s/ William WHITEHEAD, Sarah WHITEHEAD.
Wits: James PYLE, Hugh McCULLAR.
Acknowledged Aug Term 1783.
[[[EDITOR'S NOTE: SEE WILLIAM WHITEHEAD and SARAH VESTAL.]]]
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 3
Jonathan SELL of SURRY COUNTY NC to WILLIAM WHITED of Orange, fifty pounds, 265 acres adj NEAL granted in 1779.
/s/ Jona. SELL
Wits: ROBERT NEAL, ELI HILL.
Acknowledged May Term 1787.
Jonathan SELL of SURRY COUNTY NC, farmer, to ROBERT NEAL of Orange, farmer, seventy pounds, 265 acres adj WILLIAM CLARK, and WILLIAM WHITED, part of tracted granted in 1779.
/s/ Jona. SELL
Wits: WM. WHITED, ELI HILL.
Acknowledged May Term 1787
Compd. by A. MICKLE PR
Joseph JACKSON of WILKS to Abraham NORDYKE of Guilford, one hundred pounds, 330 acres on S side of BUCK QUARTER CR******** adj CAPT. SYNNOTT***********, granted to Joseph JACKSON's FATHER, Thomas JACKSON from ISAAC JACKSON on 8 September 1755, recorded in Book B, page 120, Granville to ISAAC JACKSON 20 March 1755, recorded Book C, p. 43.
/s/ Joseph JACKSON.
Wits: David MOTE, JONA. SELL.
Proved May Term 1787 by SELL.
Compd. by A. MICKLE PR
Orange NC Land Entry #711
06 Oct 1778 John McCLEY enters a claim to 255ac land lying in Orange Co.
on the branches of BUCK QUARTER****, a branch of ENO, bounded on the South by
lands of Wm. Pinkston, SAML CLENNEY****, & TIMOTHY CAIN, on the east by WM CLENNEY****,
on the north by John GRAY & Wm. MONTGOMERY and on the west by
Jas. LATTA & Thos. HOLDEN, SR. tracts.
Orange NC Land Entry #67
11 Mar 1785 John KELLY, 37ac, waters of BUCK QUARTER CR. & ENOE, adj.
Wm. McGOMMY (MONTGOMERY), Wm. CLARK, WM. CAIN. Warrant issued 11 Mar 1785.
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 4
24 Aug 1789
James CHRISTMAS of Orange to John NICHOLS of same, fifty pounds, 200 acres on waters of NEW HOPE CR bounded by William RHODES on E, MARK PATTERSON on S, Joseph WHITE on W, Thomas HORN on N, property of Archie GRISSAM purchased at sheriff's sale.
/s/ James CHRISTMAS
Wits: ROSWELL HUNTINGTON, WILLIAM WETHEAD.
[[[editor's note, Roswell HUNTINGTON was born 15Mar1763 in Norwich, CT]]]
[[[THOMAS WHITEHEAD bc1711 HUNTINGTON, NY
Posted by: John Stewart Date: October 26, 1999 at 18:35:52
Would like info about who parents were of Thomas WHITEHEAD bc 1711 HUNTINGTON, Suffolk Co., NY who m. Deborah DENNIS******* bc1715 and had children: Deborah m 1752 Zophar ROGERS; Jemima m. 1760 Austin JARVIS; Adam m. ___ Ingersoll & Thomas.
Re: THOMAS WHITEHEAD bc1711 Huntington, NY
Posted by: kathryn leslie Date: August 06, 2000 at 11:27:43
In Reply to: THOMAS WHITEHEAD bc1711 Huntington, NY by John Stewart of 3871
IJohn and Thomas Whitehead of Leamington Prior, England, came to the New Haven colony when their father died. John settled in nearby Branford (when he reached maturity) and Thomas went to Long Island, which was a part of the original NEW HAVEN COLONY.]]]
Jacob BRINTON of Orange and Catherine his wife to John LEWIS of same, two hundred pounds, 332 acres on branches of BUCK WATER CR, part of 2 other tracts adj John ALLISON, the GREAT ROAD leading from Hillsborough to HARRISBURG, David COPELAND, Alexander CARSON, WILLIAM WHITTED.
/s/ Jacob BRINTON, Catherine (N) BRINTON.
Wits: Wm COURTNEY, John HOLDEN.
Proved May 1790 Term by HOLDEN.
[[[Calendar of New Jersey Wills 1670-1760
Lib 2, p. 11 and MONMOUTH Co. Wills
Will of Joseph WHITEHEAD
Wife Jean sole heiress and with father-in-law Ephraim PRICE exectrix of whole estate.
Wits: Henry ROSA, Daniel BRINTON*****, ISAAC WHITEHEAD.]]]
John TAYLOR of Hillsborough to John (JEHU?) WHITEHEAD of same, fifty pounds, 544 1/2 square feet, on S side of KING STREET, adj JOHNSTON & THAXTON (now property of John ALLISON), Wm NUNN (now Wm McCAULEY), KING STREET, part of Lot #6 Samuel ALLEN to TAYLOR on 23Jan1790.
/s/ John TAYLOR
Wits: A. TATOM, W. WHITTED.
Proved August Term 1791 by WHITTED.
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 5
Margaret McCOOLE of Orange to WILLIAM JACKSON SR of same, fifty pounds, 123 acres on waters of FORESTERS CR adj James JACKSON, James RAY, LEVI WHITEHEAD, WILLIAM JACKSON JR.
/s/ Margaret (x) McCOOLE
Wits: ISAAC JACKSON, James JACKSON.
Proved February Term 1794 by James JACKSON.
Joseph HODGE Sheriff to WILLIAM KIRKLAND of Hillsborough, two hundred & six pounds, ten shillings, 2,177 1/2 square feet, house and lot in Hillsborough, KING STREET & TRYON STREET adj. John (JEHU?) WHITEHEAD... levy against John ALLERSON (ALLISON) for three hundred pounds recovered by Executors of William ARMISTEAD in EDENTON District Superior Court, also nine pounds eight shillings eight pence damages, originally levied on 3 negroes (Jude and her two children Cesar and Jenny) and a house & part of a lot in Hillsborough and not sold for want of bidders, lot sold 22Jan1796.
/s/ Joseph HODGE
Wits: John CASEY, Thomas SCOTT.
Proved May Term 1796 by SCOTT.
Wm COURTNEY of Hillsborough to JEHU WHITEHEAD of same, one hundred and thirty pounds, 1 acre lot in Hillsborough, Lot #9.
/s/ William COURTNEY.
Wits: WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, R. THOMPSON.
Proved February Term 1797 by THOMPSON.
ISAAC JACKSON of Orange to THOMAS HOLDEN of same, seventy pounds, 80 acres on BUCK WATER, the waters of ENO RIVER, adj THOMAS JACKSON Plantation, Henry SELL, JONATHAN SELL, JOHN DENNIS, Anthony DOHERTY; another tract on waters of BUCK WATER, part of larger tract granted to James DOHERTY 17Nov1790 adj Andrew BROOKS, Wm JACKSON & Jonathan NICKOLS (NICHOLS).
/s/ ISAAC JACKSON.
Wits: WILLIAM WHITTED, JEHU WHITTED.
Proved February Term 1797 by JEHU WHITTED.
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 6
ANDREW MURDOCK Sheriff of Orange to Absalom TATOM of Hillsborough, 61 pounds, 185 acres, land of WILLIAM WATTERS, ESQ decd to satisfy judgment of 254 pounds 18 shillings 10 pence and cost recovered by WILLIAM KIRKLAND & COMPANY and judgment of 401 pounds 18 shillings 10 pence & cost recovered by WILLIAM CAIN & COMPANY, on the Occaneechee Mountain near Hillsborough, sold 20 May last, adj CARRIGAN'S OLD PLACE, now WILLIAM WHITEHEAD's. Walter ALVES and Emilla his wife to WATTERS on 8Jun1793.
/s/ ANDREW MURDOCK
Wits: J. ESTES, John (JEHU?) WHITEHEAD.
Acknowledged August Term 1797, delivered to A. TATOM.
NC to Caleb HARVEY, 50 shillings per hundred acres, 95 acres on BIG CR adj. WHITTED, THOMPSON, CANTREL, CLOUD, COMBS and his own land.
/s/ Samuel ASHE.
Wits: J. GLASGOW.
NC to John KELLEY, 50 shillings per hundred acres, 67 1/2 acres on waters of BUCK WATER adj. COPELAND, John WOODS, WILLIAM WHITEHEAD.
/s/ Samuel ASHE.
Wit: Jas. GLASGOW, delivered to John KELLEY.
NC to John KELLEY, 50 shillings per hundred acres, 100 acres on BUCK WATER CR at FINCHER's BR adj HOLDEN, LEWIS, John WOODS.
/s/ Samuel ASHE.
Wit: J. GLASGOW, delivered to John KELLEY.
William LEWIS of Orange, planter, to Frederick PECK of same, 130 pounds, 188 acres on BUCK WATER CR adj James FAUCETT, William WOOD, COPELAND, WILLIAM WHITEHEAD.
/s/ William LEWIS.
Wits: Thomas BUNCH, William (x) WILLIAMS.
Proved February Term 1798 by WILLIAMS, delivered to Fred. PECK.
William LEWIS of Orange to WILLIAM WHITTED SEN of same, 125 pounds, 106 acres adj FAUCETT, BROOKS, COPELAND, GREAT ROAD FROM HILLSBOROUGH TO HALIFAX.
/s/ William LEWIS
Wits: John HOLDEN, Thomas HOLDEN, David COPELAND.
Acknowledged February Term 1798, delivered to WILLIAM WHITTED SEN.
Frederick PECK of Orange to WILLIAM WHITTED SEN of same, 16 and 3/4 dollars, 10 3/4 acres at WHITTED's corner.
/s/ Frederick (x) PECK.
Wits: SHEROD ALLEN, David COPELAND.
Acknowledged February Term 1798, delivered to WM WHITTED SEN.
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 7
WILLIAM COURTNEY of Hillsborough to James CHRISTMAS, five shillings on the first day of April in this and every year hereafter the term of said William's natural life said William does lease to said James CHRISTMAS 300 acres on ENO RIVER adj Edward TURNER, John CARRIGAN, Thomas CRABTREE, William WATTERS decd, WILLIAM WHITTED, Thomas WATTS and William LOCKHEART, road to BENTONs MILL.
/s/ WILLIAM COURTNEY.
Wits: Jo. COURTNEY, Henry THOMPSON JR (trust)
Proved February Term 1798 by Henry THOMPSON JR.
George DOHERTY and wife Mary of Orange Co. to Archibald LYTLE and JESSE BENTON of same, five shillings, 1/2 of all lands which he shall be possessed of at the time of his death as well as those lying on the MISSISSIPPI or within the bounds of NC, also the following negroe slaves: Harry, Polly, Princess, Nancy, John & Abraham and their incrase, also 1 tract on HAYES CR, waters of DUCK RIVER entered in the land office for 5,000 acres. George & wife Mary to enjoy full use of property during their lifetime. If George DOHERTY survives his wife, he is to have full useand benefit of property with power to dispose of same as though these presents had never been made. If Mary survives George, she is to have the same privileges.
/s/ George DOHERTY, Polly B. DOHERTY, Archibald LYTLE, JESSE BENTON.
Wits: A. TATOM, Wm LYTLE.
Proved August Term 1798 by Absalom TATUM and William LYTLE.
Delivered to MR WHITEHEAD, Jack & MORGAN HART's note.
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 9
Peter Mallet of CUMBERLAND Co. NC to George BRADFORD of Orange Co. NC, 100 dollars, 200 ac on BACK CREEK.
/s/ P. MALLETT
Wits: David RAY, W. WHITTED.
Delivered to Geo BRADFORD.
ORANGE CO. NC DEED BOOK 12
ISAAC NEWTON of Orange Co. and his mother Mary NEWTON, widow of George NEWTON decd, to Wm CAIN JR of same, Isaac NEWTON owes William CAIN & David RAY merchants trading as David RAY & Co. a total of forty nine pounds seventeen shillings two pence, also WILLIAM WHITTED MERCHANT a total of forty pounds one shilling six pence, also WILLIAM BOND MERCHANT eleven pounds thirteen shillings, also George ANDERSON & DUNCAN CAMERON trading as GEORGE ANDERSON & CO. a total of five pounds sixteen shillings one penney half penney, also William CAIN SR thirteen pounds twelve shillings, Wm CAIN JR will pay this to Samuel BENTON, JP, to cover judgments for the debts and pay NEWTON two shillings six pence, 104 acres, Isaac NEWTON's & James NEWTON's ninth part of 472 acres on LITTLE RIVER formerly owned by George NEWTON decd, Mary NEWTON also assigns 52 acres which is Wm NEWTON's one ninth share, if Isaac NEWTON repays the full amount plus interest before 24 Dec 1806 this deed is void.
/s/ Isaac NEWTON, Mary (x) NEWTON, WIl J. CAIN.
Wits: A. B. BRUCE, S. BENTON.
Proved August Term 1805 by Samuel BENTON.
William FAUCETT & Ann his wife of Orange Co. to OWEN LINDLEY of same, ninety dollars, 1/7 undivided share of 23 acres, late the property of Hugh FINDLY decd on E side of ENO River bounded by OWEN LINDLEY, James FINDLEY, WILLIAM WHITTED, David FAUCETT, and Eno River where Hugh FINDLEY lived and died.
/s/ William FAUCETT, Ann FAUCETT.
Wit: James FAUCETT JR.
Proved August Term 1805 by James FAUCETT, delivered OWEN LINDLEY.
William BOND of Hillsborough to David YARBROUGH of same, six hundred seventy five pounds, part of Lot No. 25 and Negroe Slaves Abraham, Molly, Billy, Nancy, Maryanne and Archibald.
/s/ Wm BOND
Wit: Wm LOCKHART JR.
Proved May Term 1806 by William LOCKHART
Delivered to Mrs. YARBRO 3May1807.
Samuel HARVEY of Orange to Wm WARREN of same, two hundred pounds, 100 acres adj. ISAAC JACKSON, WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, ISAAC DENNIS, John ALLISON and James ADKINS 13Nov1792.
/s/ Samuel HARVEY
Wits: James FULTON JR, Wm SMITH.
Proved August Term 1806 by James FULTON, Wm SMITH.
Benjamin YEARGAN of Orange to WHITTED & CRAIG, MERCHANTS, of same, one hundred dollars, 6 acres on waters of BOWLENS CR on S side adj Benjamin YEARGAN and lands of the TRUSTEES of the UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA adj HAWOOD.
/s/ Benjamin YEARGAN
Wits: Isaac WATSON, Peyton WOOD.
Acknowledged February Term 1807.
Joseph DIXON & John ADAMS of Orange to WHITTED & CRAIG, MERCHANTS, of same, ninety five dollars, 1/2 a lott in the VILLAGE OF THE UNIVERSITY, part of a lot formerly the property of Daniel BOOTHE, Lott No. 10, bounded on NE by 1/2 of said Lott, on SE by FRANKLIN STREET, on SW by Matthew McCAULEY, on NW by a Street, the western or upper half of Lott No. 10.
/s/ Jo. DIXON, John ADAMS.
Wits: T. SEARCY, T. H. TAYLOR.
Proved February Term 1807 by Thomas H. TAYLOR.
ORANGE CO. NC WILL BOOK D
10 March 1809
Power of Attorney from WILLIAM BOND of Hillsborough NC to friend JAMES WEBB of Hillsborough.
Wits: William WHITTED, James WHITTED.
[[[EAST JERSEY DEEDS, LIBER F
20 Jan 1697-98
Confirmation to Joseph OGDEN, son and heir of Joseph OGDEN of Elizabeth Town decd, in right of his late father, of 90 acres in said town as follows: 1, a lot, SE Benjamin PRICE SR, SW Benjamin PRICE JR, NE the great meadow, NW unsurveyed; 2, a piece of the great meadow, S Isaac WHITEHEAD and Jonathan OGDEN, E Joseph BOND****, N and W unsurveyed meadow; 3, another piece by Oyster Creek, E Benjamin PRICE SR, W Isaac WHITEHEAD, N said creek, S unsurveyed.]]]
WILL OF WILLIAM WHITTED SR
In the name of God Amen. I William Whitted, Senior of the county of Orange and State of North Carolina being of sound & disposing mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following, to the
First, I give and bequeath to my daughter, Mary Bird six hundred dollars.
Secondly, I give & bequeath to my daughter Hannah Harris the sum of five hundred dollars as she has but one child.
Thirdly, I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Holden the sum of six hundred and fifty dollars.
Fourthly, I give and bequeath to my daughter Susannah Thompson the sum of six hundred and fifty dollars.
Fifthly, I give and bequeath to my grandson Samuel Bigelow one hundred dollars.
Sixthly, I give and bequeath to my granddaughter, Nancy Young one hundred dollars.
Seventhly, I give and bequeath to my grandson William Whitted son of Levi Whitted one hundred dollars. The above legacies to be paid out of monies and notes on hand that shall be....with at my decease____________
Eigthly, I give and bequeath to my son William Whitted my negro man Frank. It is also my particular wish and desire that my mulatto boy
Dick should belong to my son William Whitted as a servant and slave until the month of January in the year 1826 at which time he is to be
emancipated and set free forever thereafter.
I give and bequeath to my son Levi Whitted his heirs and assign forever the track of land... plantation I now live on, likewise, fifty acres of land adjoining Isaac Holden's Mill tract____ Also, I give and bequeath to my son Levi my clock, also my will and desire is that my son Levi should have my old negro woman Lilly and her daughter, Judith_______
It is my will and desire that the whole remainder of my property both real and personal shall be equally divided between my two sons William and Levi ____
In consideration of what I have left my son William it is my will and desire that after the emancipation of my servant Dick, that if he should
get disabled and not capable of getting his living, that my son William should support him._________
Lastly, I nominate constitute and appoint my two sons William and Levi Whitted my whole and sole executors of this my last will and testament_____hereby revoking and disannuling all other and former wills & bequests by me heretofore declaring and publishing this only to be my last will & testament____In....whereof I do hereunto subscribe my name and affix my seal this 24th of March 1814.
Signed, sealed, published }
pronounced and declared by }
the said William Whitted to be }
his last will and testament in }
presence of }
The Last Will and Testament of William Whitted, Senior.
Transcribed by Krishna Mayfield from a microfilm copy of the original
document on 6/2/98.
Codicil 4Aug1815. "Daughter Mary BIRD has died. Her legacy goes to Wm BIRD, James BIRD, Sarah WALKER, Nancy THOMPSON, Susannah ANDERSON, John (Jehu) BIRD and Fanny HAMILTON (all children of Mary Bird, dec.). Wits. David YARBROUGH and J. McKERALL.
[[[ORANGE CO. NC WILL BOOK C
John McKERRALL sells to MRS. FRANCES CHILD, one negro woman.
Wit: Joseph DIXON.
John BILLUPS***** and Wm. G. GOOCH sell to MRS. FRANCES CHILD, 3 slaves, etc.
Wit: John McKERRALL*****.]]]
13. WILLIAM WHITTED HOUSE - NE corner CHURTON and E. Queen Sts. Lot originally purchased by William Whitted, 1780. The portion fronting E. Queen St. is very old; the central hall and southeast parlor retain their deeply beveled paneling and six-paneled doors. The Churton St. side has by contrast a Victorian facade, which once featured a massive portico. The well-house with its cone-shaped roof and finial and the cook-house, joined by the breezeway to the main house, were added after 1900.
261 WHITTED, WILLIAM, SR. FAMILY CEMETERY (BEF. 1816)
There are no burials listed for this cemetery. The folder did contain information on the William Whitted family. This would be the cemetery of the William Whitted who died in 1816. [See cemetery #214 for his son William Whitted, Jr and family]. It is not clear that the cemetery still existed or was surveyed. [1996 comment]
Location - Shown in a 1970s diagram to be east off Hwy 86 North, about 3 miles north of the Hwy 86-Bypass 70 intersection in northern Hillsborough [in 1996]. Go up a hill on Hwy 86, past a concrete block store on the right [in 1996 enlarged by a wooden structure but apparently abandoned, with a one-story apartment building off to the rear], and with Jones Grove Baptist Church sitting back off to the left of the highway. 'Charlie Torain's' house [in the 1970s] stood on the right, [whether or not you go as far as Coleman Loop Road (SR #1334) was not shown]; you were to turn right just past his house on an old road and drive east for some undetermined distance. The cemetery was not shown on the chart [which suggests a survey was never made].
In 1786, merchant WILLIAM WHITTED, an Anderson-relative, built a home in Hillsborough, North Carolina, at
the northeast corner of Queen Street and Churton Street. It is still in use. (Dula 1979, 72–73).
Father: New Castle Co. DE to Orange Co. NC Whitteds
Sarah Cleneay b: 14 DEC 1735 in New Castle Co., DE
26 DEC 1754
in Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, New Castle Co., DE
- Mary Whitted b: 29 JUN 1756 in New Castle Co., DE
- Lydia Whitted b: 7 JUL 1757 in New Castle Co., DE
- Hannah Whitted b: 4 SEP 1759 in New Castle Co., DE
- William Whitted b: 23 OCT 1761 in New Castle Co., DE
- Rebecca Whitted b: 19 OCT 1763 in New Castle Co., DE
- Levi Whitted b: 1765 in New Castle Co., DE or Orange Co. NC???
- Jehu Whitted b: ABT 1768 in Orange Co., NC???
- Elizabeth Whitted b: ABT 1773 in Orange Co., NC
- Susannah Whitted b: ABT 1777 in Orange Co., NC
- New Jersey Saddlers
- Additional Records for William Whitted