Name: John William Llewellyn
Given Name: John William
Birth: Abt 1732 in Norfolk County, Virginia Formed 1691 From Lower Norfolk County
Note: Birth Surety:0
Death: 1794 in Martin County, North Carolina Formed 1774 From Halifax And Tyrrell Counties
Note: Death Surety:0
Reference Number: 120166 1 2
Change Date: 9 Dec 2002 at 19:42
Lord Cornwallis, who led the Brish forces in America, was a cousin of the Llewellyns.
John Llewellyn adherred to the Anglican Church and supported the King of England to the extent that he formed a group of associates of his persuasion. He was opposed to statements written into a state constitution and was fearful of changes
that would weaken the Anglican Church. He wrote his own beliefs and formulated oaths for friends to swear in support of the King of England.
Captain John Llewellyn quartered the British forces and opened his house to the British officers when they captured the town of Halifax. He also gave supplies to the British troops when they were in Halifax County and for this was tried for
"high treason against the colonists." He was found guilty and sentenced to be hanged.
While he was being held prisoner in Edenton, Llewellyn's wife Mary and one of his "planned victims", Nathan Mayo, were successful in securing a pardon for him from Governor Richard Caswell.
John Llewellyn lived to be a very old man.
John Lewelling of Martin Co. 22 Oct 1793 Aug Ct 1793
My wife's daughter Mary Bowers- pewter dish, lend Negroes Lucy and Milly, and after my wife's death lend her Negro Nepon for her lifetime with reversion to her children. To my wife's daughter Chole Bowers- pewter plates, pewter dish, and a Negro girl is to be purchased out of my estate to be lent to the said Chloe and her husband William Bowers for their lifetime; also lend Chloe Negreso silvy and Jim at my wife's death, and at the death of Chloe and her husband these Negroes will revert to her children. To my wife's daughter Clary Southerland pewter plates, pewter dish, Negroes Rachel and Pine, and at my wife's death, Negro Sam for her lifetime and that of her husband John Southerland, with reversion to her children. To my wife's daughter Charlotte Staton- pewter plates, pewter dish, and money to purchase a Negro girl for her, also lend her Negro Chane and Negro Isaac at my wife's death, for the lifetime of Charlotte and her husband Arthur Stanton with reversion to her children. To Gracy Mooring- pewter plates, pewter dish, Negroes Trebany and Charles, and at my wife's deand at my wife's death, lend her Negro Lewis, for her lifetime and that of her husband John Mooring with reversion to her children. To my wife's daughter daughter Anness Moore- pewter plates, pewter dish, lend Negroes Nance and Chane, and at my wife's death, lend her Negro Toney for her lifetime ant that of her husband William Moore with reversion to her children. To my wife's daughter Susannah Mooring- pewter plates, pewter dish, lend Negroes Hasty and Sampson, and at my wife's death, leand her Negro Luke for her lifetime and that of her husband James Mooring, with reversion to her chilldren. To my wife's son John Lewelling-Negroes Philip, America, Harry, Charlotte, Bob and Bob is to make my wife's shoes for her lifetime, and at my wife's death I give John Negro Bett. Lend wife all furniture, etc. and at her death to be divided among her daughters. Negroes Toney, Isaac, Nepton, Sam, Lewis, Luke are to he hired out each year and Son John all my lands except as much as his mother can tend.
Ex. Col Nathan Mayo, William Wallace, my son John
Wit. Mathew Burnett, Matthew Cross, Frances (F) Burnett
From Records of Estates Edgecombe County, North Carolina 1761-1825
Vol I by David B. Gammon page 90
Clara Sutherland Petition (May,1813) for division by John Sutherland, admr. of the dec'd., who states that John Lewelling died testate in 1794 bequeathing certain furniture and Negroes to his wife for her lifetime with reversion to their five daughters at her death. Record indicates the wifow Mary Lewelling survived her husband fourteen years and her property wat to be divided amog her seven daughters, namely (1) Mary, now widow of Bejamin Bowers of Pitt CO., (2) Chloe, wife of William Bowers of Pitt Co., (3) Clara, wife of John Sutherland, who survived the said John who had died in 1801, (4) Charlotte wife of Arthur Staton, (5) Gracey, wife of John Mooring of Pitt Col, (6) Annis, wife of William Moore of Pitt Co. and (7) Susannah Mooring, now wife of Nathan Mayo.
Father: John William Llewellyn b: 1695 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland Formed 1637 Created As Original Colony
Mother: Frances Culpepper b: 1710 in Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia
Mary Ball b: Abt 1730 in Norfolk County, Virginia Formed 1691 From Lower Norfolk County
- Change Date:
7 May 2002
- Mary Llewellyn b: Abt 1755 in Norfolk County, Virginia Formed 1691 From Lower Norfolk County
- Chloe Llewellyn b: Abt 1757 in Norfolk County, Virginia Formed 1691 From Lower Norfolk County
- Clara Llewellyn b: Abt 1759 in Norfolk County, Virginia Formed 1691 From Lower Norfolk County
- Charlotte Llewellyn b: Abt 1761 in Norfolk County, Virginia Formed 1691 From Lower Norfolk County
- Gracey Llewellyn b: Abt 1763 in Norfolk County, Virginia Formed 1691 From Lower Norfolk County
- Annis Llewellyn b: Abt 1767
- Susannah Llewellyn b: 18 Jan 1774 in Norfolk County, Virginia Formed 1691 From Lower Norfolk County
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Date: 6 Mar 1999