YADKIN COUNTY and CASWELL COUNTY

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PINNIX, SHORE, DICKERSON, PARDUE, MARTIN, OLVEY, SWAIM of Yadkin Co. and SHAW, SIMPSON, MILES, MATKINS, BOULDIN, LEATH, HORNBUCKLE, GUNN, HOOPER, SNIPES, KIMBROUGH, GRAVES, STADLER, ARNOLD, BLALOCK, PRENDERGAST, WILDER, VINCENT, WALKER, ASHFORD, BIRD, WHITTED, CLENEAY of Caswell/Alamance/Orange Co. -- also WALL, WHITSETT, MOORE, HENRY of Rockingham Co.

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  • ID: I007888
  • Name: Hawley Williamson
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1765
  • Event: Fact 19 OCT 1791 Nathan RICE, bm.
  • Event: Note "Hall" Williamson
  • Burial: *** see "spouses"
  • Note:
    Halifax Co., NC
    8aug1786
    John JUSTICE of Halifax Co. to Theodorick HALL of Northampton Co. for 340 pounds Virginia money 216ac joining RONE RIVER, ROANOKE RIVER (excepting 3 acres which John NORWOOD had sold to Wm EATON Jr.
    /s/ John JUSTICE
    Wits: Thomas RECKMAN (RICKMAN), John (x) TUCKER

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    Will of Thomas HARRISON of Prince George County, dated the 2nd day of April, 1720, and proved on May 10, 1720. Wife, Ellinor Harrison. Daughter, ANN HAMLIN. To grandson, Thomas Hamlin, 10 pounds to be paid to him at the age of 21 years. To granddaughter, MARTHA HAMLIN, pounds to be paid to her at the age of 18 years or marriage. Grandson, JOHN HALL, son of Robert Hall and Elizabeth, his wife, my lease of Plantation in MARTINS BRANDON. Thomas Hall, son of Robert Hall and Elizabeth Hall. Daughter, Ann Hamlin, and grandson, John Hall(?), son of Ann Hamlin. Granddaughter, Sarah Hall. To my other six grandchildren. Son-in-law, Robert Hall, named as executor with daughters, Ann Hamlin and Elizabeth Hall, as alternates. Witnesses were Jno. Hamersly (HENSLEY???), Tim BRIDGES***, Thos. READ, and Richard Warthen. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 398, Prince George County, Virginia.

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    1.3.1B.2A.3. Anne Marshall b 28 Jan 1733 Bristol Parish, Henrico, VA d/o William Marshall & Ann McLeod & granddaughter of Alexander Marshall & Elizabeth Worsham. md 1st) Abner Lockett s/o Thomas & Judith LOCKETT. (Will of Thomas Lockett dated 8 Sep 1770 Cumberland County, VA, Will Bk 2, p 165 in Emigration to the Other States from Southside VA by Katherine B. Elliott) & 2nd) Joseph Gooch 27 Jun 1794 Mecklenburg Co., VA. A marriage agreement dated 27 Jun 1794 was made between Joseph Gooch of Granville Co., NC, and Anne Lockett, widow and relict of Abner Lockett, of Mecklenburg Co., VA. Joseph Gooch is to claim no part of the estate of Anne Lockett, and Anne Lockett will claim no part of the estate of Joseph Gooch except what he may devise to her. Ann Lockett relinquished all dower right in the estate of Joseph Gooch. Recorded 13 Oct 1794. (Mecklenburg Co., VA Deed Bk 8, pg 463 in "Emigration to the Other States from Southside Virginia by Katherine B. Elliott, p 70, FHL Bk 975.5W2e)
    There was a Chancery suit in Mecklenburg Co. Court for Oct 1804. Thomas Lockett, Lucy Lockett, Scarborough Penticost and Phebe his wife, Phillip Lockett and Francis Lockett, which said Phillip and Francis are infants and orphans of Abner Lockett, deceased, by Thomas Lockett their guardian, and Robert Hester, administrator of the estate of Nancy Hester, deceased, who was one of the children of Abner Lockett, deceased, Plaintiffs vs William Marshall, Executor, and Joseph Gooch and Anne his wife, also executors of the estate of Obner Lockett, deceased. Suit was to divide slaves and money of the estate of Abner Lockett. (Mecklenburg Co., VA Order Bk 12, p 261 in Emigration to the Other States from Southside, VA by Katherine P. Elliott, p 70)

    Sue Neuman, 2002, wrote: "John Gooch who died in 1814 was apparently a brother to Joseph Gooch who md Abner Lockett's widow. They had lived next to each other in Amelia/Nottaway Co, VA. John's daughter Prudence md Thomas Worsham on Oct 23, 1788 Amelia Co, VA. She had children; Judith Elizabeth, Francis, and Henry. Henry died in Apr of 1816 leaving three minor children; Nancy Prudence, William Branch and John Henry (see page 344). These children and possibly their mother moved to Tennessee. I believe that it is very likely that she was Betsy Hargis."

    Anne Marshall & Abner Lockett children:
    1.3.1B.2A.3A.1. Thomas Lockett
    1.3.1B.2A.3A.2. Lucy Lockett
    1.3.1B.2A.3A.3. Phebe Lockett md Scarborough Penticost
    1.3.1B.2A.3A.4. Nancy Lockett md Robert Hester & d before 1804.
    1.3.1B.2A.3A.5. Philip Lockett b abt 1784 as he is under age 21 in 1804.
    1.3.1B.2A.3A.6. Francis Lockett b abt 1786. He is under age 21 in 1804.

    1.3.1B.2A.4. John Marshall md Rebecca Moody. Rebecca is probably Rebecca Clay. Jodie Gee, 2002 writes "In May Court 1804, Bk 23, p 150 has Charles Clay, Samuel Clay, Thomas Clay, Samuel Clay Jr, only child of Abia Clay, John Marshall and his wife, formerly Rebecca Clay... "The following is from Jodie Gee, 2000: "John Marshall md Rebecca Clay and she named her first son Henry Clay Marshall. The Clays lived next door to the Marshall's. Rebecca Clay married a John Marshall who may be s/o William. They md 1769 and first son was named Henry Clay Marshall. Rebecca's Mother was Lucy Greene Clay who after husband Henry Clay died , md William Marshall . Lucy, other children and Rebecca moved to the Marshall Plantation which was next door. Rebecca was 12 and John who was 29 and when she was 17, they were married. Since he was older he could have had another wife who had died but I have no record of it. In Book 23, p150 May Court 1804: Charles Clay , Samuel Clay , Thomas Clay , Samuel Clay Jr, the only child of Abia Clay dec'd, Mastin Clay , John Marshall and his wife, the former Rebecca Clay, and Thomas Jones, Theodorick Hall and Frances his wife formerly Frances Jones, Charles Jones , Rebecca Jones , Sally Jones , Elizabeth Jones and Richard West Jones, children of Richard Jones dec'd and Lucy Jones, his wife , the former Lucy Clay now also dec'd and Thomas Jones their next friend and Elijah Clay plaintiffs against Henry Clay executor of Henry Clay dec'd."
    Additional information from Francis Moody book by Clara Park: "John Marshall was the elder son of William Marshall (I). John Marshall and wife Rebecca were in Mecklenburg County, Va., prior to Dec. 1775 when John began negotiations to break the entailment on 300 acres of land in Cumberland County that John's father had erroneously bequeathed to the younger brother, William Marshall (II). Since John Marshall of Mecklenburg County "was seized as tenant in fee trail," John had to "break" the entailment before either he or William could dispose of the land (Cumberland Co., VA Deed Bk 5, pp 430,482) Here Mrs. Park stated "See Chapter 2, topic "Cumberland County Records" for details. See Pages 18-20. (I only have page 18 of Chapter 2 wherein Mrs. Park states, "In William Marshall's will dated October 2, 1768 he bequeathed to his last wife, Lucy Marshall, his rights to her plantation, her furniture, and four slaves, all of which she had inherited from her previous husband, Henry Clay, whose will was probated May 28, 1764. William Marshall's will stated that his rights to her property which he returned to Lucy were in lieu of her right of dower to my estate. He also gave Lucy a year's supply of pork and corn for her family.) In 1787 he (John Marshall) sold 300 acres to his brother-in-law, Arthur Moody (Mecklenburg Co., VA Deed Bk 7, p 97)
    In May court of 1782 in Mecklenburg County ordered that John Marshall should be paid for supplying 400 c. weight beef for use of the Continental Army. Also in 1782 John Marshall's assessment for land tax in the Upper District was for 391 acres. In 1783 the personal property tax book shows that John Marshall was taxed for four slaves over 16 years old: Jack, Judy, Cate, Amy, and 2 slaves over 12 and under 16 years: Tom and Anaky.
    In 1784 John Marshall's tax assessment in Mecklenburg County was for five slaves over 16 years old: Jack, Judy, Cate, Amy, Liller, and 4 slaves under 16 and over 12 years; Tom, Anaky, Eddy, Fanny. Also in 1784 John Marshall and Henry Moody (II) bought 1,742 acres on the south side of Butchers Creek from William Call. In 1785 and 1786 John Marshall was assessed taxes for 9 slaves. He had no assessments for personal property in Mecklenburg County after 1786.
    In 1787 his land assessment was for 265 acres; in Jan. 1787 he sold 300 acres to his brother-in-law, Arthur Moody. Also in Jan 1787 John Marshall and his wife Rebecca sold their interest in 683 acres of the partnership land to his partner, Henry Moody (II) (Mecklenburg Co., VA Deed Bk 7, p 97)
    In May 1795, Francis Moody, son and executor of Henry Moody (II), deceased, was ordered by the court to pay John Marshall $5.40 for attending court six days as a witness for Francis in his suit against Charles Burton, a man to whom the partners had sold 103 l/2 acres in 1787.
    In Nov. 1799, John Marshall was living in Granville County, North Caroline, which adjoins Mecklenburg County, Va., when he and his nephew Francis Moody, administrator of Henry Moody (II) deceased, apparently had some differences of opinion concerning the partnership of Henry Moody (II) and John Marshall. This conflict was revealed in a power of attorney executed Nov. 56, 1799, to Francis Moody by his mother, Elizabeth (Marshall) Moody, "to manage a law suit which may be necessary to be brought against John Marshall of North Carolina...and to relinquish any right to dower which I may have...and to make agreements for me to the division of land...whereof my deceased husband died possessed." (Mecklenburg Co., VA Deed Bk 10, p 216.
    Clara Park wrote at the bottom of her chapter on John Marshall, "We have no further data pertaining to John Marshall, son of William Marshall (I)"

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    1.3.1B.2B.2. Mary Marshall md Arthur Moody b abt 1750 s/o Henry Moody. Arthur d abt 1819 Mecklenburg Co., VA. Children added: (Ancestral File)
    1.3.1B.2B.2.1. Elizabeth Moody b abt 1770 Mecklenburg Co., VA.
    1.3.1B.2B.2.2. Arthur Moody b abt 1774 d abt 1854 Mecklenburg Co., VA.
    1.3.1B.2B.2.3. William Moody b abt 1777 d 1849 Mecklenburg Co., VA
    1.3.1B.2B.2.4. Marshall Moody b abt 1781 d abt 1841 Giles Co., TN.
    1.3.1B.2B.2.5. Benjamin Moody b abt 1782 d abt 1825 Mecklenburg Co., VA.
    1.3.1B.2B.2.6. Francis Moody b bef 1792 d abt 1825 Mecklenburg Co., VA.
    1.3.1B.2B.2.7. Mary Moody b abt 1793 d 1797
    1.3.1B.2B.2.8. Henry Moody b abt 1795 d abt 1820 Chesterfield Co., VA.
    1.3.1B.2B.2.9. Phoebe Moody b abt 1797 d 13 Jan 1819 Mecklenburg Co., VA.

    1.3.2. John Worsham b abt 1679 Henrico Co., VA md Mary Wynne (See John Worsham Chapter, pages 48 & 66. For Addenda update see page 66)
    1.3.3. Frances Worsham b abt 1683 Henrico Co., VA md William Rowlett. Children: William Rowlett md Mary Clark; John Rowlett md but wife's name is unknown; Peter Rowlett md Elizabeth. Family genealogist Jim Rowlette has researched this family including William's ancestors. In 2001, Jim could be reached at: emooman@msn.com
    1.3.4. Mary Worsham b abt 1685 md George Robertson abt 1704 Henrico Co., VA. Children: George Robertson; Mary Frances Robertson md Field Jefferson; John Robertson md Sarah; James Robertson md 1st) Martha Archer & 2nd) Mary Epes; Elizabeth Robertson. (Page 49)
    1.3.5. William Worsham b abt 1688 md Lucy Hamblin Eppes widow of William Eppes. William's will dated 15 Nov 1746 & recorded Dec 1748 in Henrico Co., VA. Children: William Worsham md Amey Eppes; John Worsham md Elizabeth Branch (See their Chapter Page 333); Obedience Worsham md Mr. Howson; Lucy Worsham md Mr. Howson. (Page 51)

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    1.3.5.3. Obedience Worsham. "William Howson in 1739 was living in Prince George Co. He md. Obedience Worsham, of Henrico Co. - later Chesterfield Co. ... William Howson d. prior to 20 Feb 1740/1 according to Amelia Co records when the sheriff asked for an accounting of his estate. Obedience Howson & her three children apparently moved to the 372 acre tract in Amelia Co, willed to her by her father, his will dtd. 15 Nov 1746, pro Dec 1748." (VA St. Library 36700-36811-37230 p 14, The Howson Family)

    1.3.5.3.1. John Howson. "In 1776 John Howson produced a commission and was sworn in as an ensign in the Amelia County Militia (taken from the Court Order Book), dated 25th July 1776. He served through 1777. (VA St. Library 36700-36811-37230 p 14, The Howson Family)

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    1.3.5.3.3. Phoebe Howson. "Her (Obedience) daughter, Phoebe Howson, in 1756 md. Thomas Clark of Prince Edward Co. (VA St. Library 36700-36811-37230 p 14, The Howson Family) "Thomas Clark (b bet 1742 and 1750, d. Jul 24, 1792) md Phebe Howson (d. 1804), d/o William Howson & Obedience Worsham. Thomas Clark was a patriot during the Revolution (VA St. Library 36700-36811-37230 p 3, The Clark Family)


    1.3.6. Daniel Worsham b abt 1690 md Judith Archer. Daniel d 17 Aug 1727 Henrico Co., VA. After Daniel's death, Judith md Edward Booker. Children: Phebe Worsham md John Booker; Martha Worsham md Stith Hardaway; Elizabeth Worsham md John Royal. (Page 59)
    1.3.7. Martha Worsham b abt 1694 Henrico Co., VA md Seth Ward. Children: Seth Ward md Miss Ward; Martha Ward; Elizabeth Ward. (Page 62)
    1.3.8. Anne Worsham b abt 1696 Henrico Co., VA md Thomas Osborne. Children: Thomas Osborne, Jr. md Elizabeth Hendrick; Reps Osborne md wife unknown; Martha Osborne md William Harris; Edward Osborne; John Osborne; Daniel Osborne.
    1.3.9. Miss Worsham b abt 1698 Henrico Co., VA md William Eppes. She d before her father's will of 1729. Children: Isham Eppes; Elizabeth Eppes md Edward Osborne.
    1.3.10. Miss Worsham b abt 1700 Henrico Co., VA md Mr. Poythress. Children: Francis Poythress.

    1.3.2. JOHN WORSHAM & MARY WYNNE (Pages 66-79)
    John Worsham, Jr. b abt 1679 Henrico Co., VA s/o John Worsham & Phebe md Mary Wynne abt 1700 Henrico Co., VA. He owned land on Swift Creek. He was a witness in many deed transactions & wills in Henrico Co. He was an appraiser of many estates. He was vestryman & church warden of Curles Church. He left a will dated 8 Dec 1751 & proved 5 Oct 1753 in Chesterfield Co., VA. John & Mary children:

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    1.3.2.1. John Worsham III b 1701 md Agnes Branch abt 11 Oct 1726. Agnes widow of Edward Osborne. John owned land in Henrico & Amelia. He left a will dated 11 Oct 1744 in Henrico. Children: Edward Worsham md Elizabeth Royal, Mary Worsham md Richard Wilkinson, John Worsham md Mary.

    [ Addenda pp 69-102 ] 1-- Hawley Williamson (1765- )
    sp-Margaret Swift (1765- )
    2-- Margaret Williamson (1782-1852) ,Rockingham County,North Carolina
    sp-Charles Russell (1782-1862) ,Rockingham County,North Carolina
    3-- Anthony Russell (1804-1835) ,Rockingham County,North Carolina
    sp-Mary Nance ( - )
    3-- William Russell [IV] (1806-1864) ,Rockingham County,North Carolina
    sp-Eleanor Smith (1807-1874) ,,Pennsylvania
    4-- Charles Madison Russell (1835-1924) Georgetown,Floyd County,I
    3-- Hawley Russell (1808- )
    sp-Elizabeth Jane Nance (1808- )
    3-- Nancy Russell (1809- )
    sp-James Richon ( - )
    3-- Martha S. Russell (1815- )
    3-- John Russell (1817- )
    3-- Elizabeth Russell (1822-1899) ,Floyd County,Indiana
    3-- Charles W. Russell (1825-1897) ,Floyd County,Indiana
    sp-Nancy Smith ( - )

    And here is the major portion of them:
    1-- William Swift [I] (1692-1734) Dublin,,,Ireland
    sp-Dinah Hodgkin (1695- ) ,,,England
    2-- William Swift (1722-1808) ,,,Bermuda
    sp-Frances Waddy (1729-1821) ,New Kent County,Virginia
    3-- Sarah Swift (1763- )
    sp-Nathan Williamson (1750- )
    4-- Elizabeth Williamson ( - )
    sp-Samuel Smith [Jr.] (1790-1840) ,Rockingham County,North Carol
    5-- Nathaniel W. Smith (1813-1899) ,Rockingham County,North C
    sp-FNU MNU (1814-1892) ,Wilkes County,Georgia
    5-- George Smith (1813- )
    5-- Robert Smith (1813- )
    sp-Cornelia Williamson ( - )
    5-- Samuel Henry Smith (1818-1903)
    sp-Icie Blakely (1818-1865)
    5-- Anthony Smith ( -1894)
    4-- Swift Williamson ( - )
    sp-Mary Lea ( - )
    5-- Mary L. Williamson ( - )
    sp-John C. Hooper ( - )
    4-- Martha Williamson ( - )
    sp-Caswell Tate ( -1824)
    3-- Margaret Swift (1765- )
    sp-Hawley Williamson (1765- )
    4-- Margaret Williamson (1782-1852) ,Rockingham County,North Carolina
    sp-Charles Russell (1782-1862) ,Rockingham County,North Carolina
    5-- Anthony Russell (1804-1835) ,Rockingham County,North Carolina
    sp-Mary Nance ( - )
    5-- William Russell [IV] (1806-1864) ,Rockingham County,North
    sp-Eleanor Smith (1807-1874) ,,Pennsylvania
    5-- Hawley Russell (1808- )
    sp-Elizabeth Jane Nance (1808- )
    5-- Nancy Russell (1809- )
    sp-James Richon ( - )
    5-- Martha S. Russell (1815- )
    5-- John Russell (1817- )
    5-- Elizabeth Russell (1822-1899) ,Floyd County,Indiana
    5-- Charles W. Russell (1825-1897) ,Floyd County,Indiana
    3-- Susannah Swift (1768- ) ,Goochland County,Virginia
    sp-Tyree Harris [Jr.] ( -1801)
    4-- Alfred Moore Harris (1789-1828) Pulaski,Giles County,Tennesse
    4-- Frances Harris ( - )
    3-- Frances Swift ( - )
    sp-Robert Orr ( - )
    (an aside -- some Orrs are kin the Smiths - particularly when they're in GA & AL)

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    Re: Re Hawley Williamson
    Author: Lee Hall <aoladp://MA115F4B14/1ce6e0f.jpg>
    hall05@ameritech.net

    Date: 12 Jan 2002 6:21 AM GMT
    Surnames: Williamson
    Classification: Query
    In Reply to: Re Hawley Williamson by: Little Nancy
    I have the following which may be of interest: Hawley (Hall) Williamson married Nancey (Ann) Smith in Caswell Co NC as he posted a marriage bond there on 10/19/1791. She apparently was his second wife as he was previously married to Margaret Swift, who died after 1782, before 1791. The 1777 Caswell Co NC Early Census Index, St. David's District includes Nathan Williamson, Hall Williamson, and Jeremiah Williamson. The 1784 Caswell Co NC Tax List, St. David's District includes Nathan Williamson, Hall Williamson, Jeremiah Williamson, Stephen Williamson and James Williamson. A Thomas Williamson from Lunenberg Co VA who m. Martha Jones had an orphaned son Hall Williamson in 1763. The Rev. War veteran Hawley Williamson of Madison Co AL died in 1830, and I assume that you know or believe that he is the same person. The 1810 Rockingham Co NC Census that you mentioned includes Jeremiah Williamson on an adjacent line. Jeremiah (b.c. 1743) is also included in the 1800 Rockingham Co NC Census, married Margaret Simpson, and owned Caswell Co NC property adjacent to Nathan Williamson (b.c. 1748) on Country Line Creek in Caswell Co when he lived there. My speculation based on the above is that Nathan, Jeremiah, and Hawley may have been brothers, or were at least related. I hope that this helps. Best regards.

    Re Hawley Williamson
    Author: Little Nancy <aoladp://MA115F4B15/1ce6e1f.jpg> Date: 3 Jan 2002 12:13 AM GMT
    Classification: Query
    In Reply to: Hawley Williamson by: janna mayfield


    Hawley is in the 1810 Census in rockingham NC. He came south shortly for he entered land in Madison County in 1814.Did you mean he married a Smith or did her name start with an A? He was in the revolution, He had a son Hawley Jr. born in 1804 . Hawley Sr. was born in 1752. Do you know of any Williamsons in Caswell Co. old enough to be his father?Margaret Connally




    Father: Unplaced Williamsons

    Marriage 1 Margaret Swift
      Children
      1. Has No Children William Williamson
      2. Has No Children Margaret Williamson
      3. Has No Children Park Williamson

      Marriage 2 Nancy Smith b: ABT 1770
      • Married: ABT 19 OCT 1791 in Caswell Co., NC

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