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  • ID: I02501
  • Name: Joseph Bookout I
  • Sex: M
  • Name: Joseph 1 Bookout
  • Birth: JUL 1701
  • Birth: ABT 1700
  • Death: 21 JUL 1806 in Ramseur, Randolph, North Carolina
  • Death: JUL 1806 in Holly Springs Primitive Quaker Church, South of Ramseur, NC, 105 years old
  • Event: Christened Holly Springs Friends Church Graveyard, near Ramseur, Randolph Co., NC
  • Burial: UNKNOWN Holly Springs Fr, near Ramseur, Randolph, North Carolina
  • Reference Number: 1
  • Note:
    !SOURCE: Jim Gunderson, "Bookout/Johnson," Randolph County, Indiana,
    1818-1990, compiled by the Randolph County Historical Society, 1990. p463. He
    died at the age of 105 years 11 months.

    !SOURCE: Worksheet prepared January 1970 by Arthur Roscoe Bookout, Jr. (b. 5 Jan 1918) of 2628 Longwood Dr., Wilmington, DE 19810.

    !BURIED: Holly Springs Friends Church Graveyard, near Ramseur, Randolph,
    North Carolina. Heading east on Hwy. 49/64, turn right on Pleasant Ridge Road,
    which turns into Holly Springs Road. The graveyard is 4.7 miles south of the
    highway, and the grave is near the front and middle. Visited by John Marc
    Wheat and hia wife Marie on 27 Dec 1994. YES, HE WAS REALLY 105 YEARS OLD.

    1735 - Joseph Bookout listed in Prince George Co., Md with petition of
    several inhabitants above the Monocacy to the Governor. The subscribers
    have greatly suffered by the loss or want of a proper person for the
    office of justice; they recommend Capt. Griffith, William Toneyhill, and
    Jacob Duckett as proper candidates for that office.

    Joseph Bookout I's will was probated in Asheboro, Randolph Co., NC in
    August 1806. It is listed in Vol. #, Years 1804-1812, Pg 56 (Clerk of
    Superior Court).

    August Term 1806. 1st day of August 1806. Amount of the sales of the
    property of ________ Stated Deed:
    Signed Benjamin Stood
    Claton Mod

    State of North Carolina, Randolph Co.
    I Joseph Bookout being sick in body but of good and perfect memory do
    make and declare this my last will and testament in manner and form as
    follows. First my body to be buried devoutly at the directions of my
    Executors hereafter named and all my just Debts paid. I do Order give and
    dispose of the rest of my estate in manner and form following.

    That is to say impartially I leave and bequeath to my son John Bookout
    the hundred and fifth acres of land which I now live upon which includes
    my improvements and buildings and is on a separate deed from the rest of
    my land. I leave unto my daughter Nelly Smith the hundred acres I once
    sold Thomas J. Brown and I took it back again. The rest of my land I
    will to be sold by my Executors and the money arising from the sale to be
    equally divided among my four sons, Marmaduke, Charles Bookout, Joseph
    Bookout and John Bookout. I will my daughter Sarah Bookout ten pounds.

    And I hereby make and appoint Samuel Brown and John Bookout my sole
    Executors of this my last will and testament hereby making and making
    void all former wills and testaments by me. Write and declaring this only
    to be my last will and tgestament in witness hereto I set my hand and
    seal this 21st of July 1806.
    his
    JOSEPH X BOOKOUT
    mark
    A _____ Copy
    Jacob Hinshaw
    Jese Hicks Trust
    Randolph County August 1806 the above will was duly ____ by Judge ______
    by Jese Hicks_____to be recorded.
    END

    FROM NORTH CAROLINA NEWSPAPER May 15, 1955 (Picture of marker with
    following caption underneath:) "First Burial In This Cemetery - JOSEPH
    BOOKOUT, Age 105 years, 11 months, 7 days. Pioneer: Early 17th Century. A
    new Stone Marks The Old Grave. 136 Year Old Monument Is Replaced."
    Written by W. Townsend Smith - Special to Journal & Sentinel.

    "Asheboro, May 14, 1955 - A monument, worn by 136 years of time and
    weather, has been replaced in the large cemetery adjoining the Holly
    Springs Friends Meetinghouse, located in South Past Randolph County, 6
    miles Southwest of Ramseur. The original stone was fashioned by hand from
    native stone. No date can be read on the old stone to give time of birth
    or death but Friends Meetinghouse was organized in 1818 so it is assumed
    Bookout was buried about that time. First settlers in that part of the
    country are Germans and was about 1740 when they came.

    Old timers say the Bookout family moved to Mississippi soon after
    Joseph's death and soon lost touch with people in Randolph County."
    JOSEPH BOOKOUT 1
    Joseph Bookout 1's headstone says he was born 1700 and died July 1806. He is buried in Holly Springs Primitive Quaker Church, south of Ramseur, NC, age 105.
    His spouse and marriage date are unknown although "about 1729 MD" was written in on a Family Group Sheet for Lucinda Bookout Clarkson, d/o William, s/o Joseph 1. (This needs to be proven, but it put here as a possibility.]
    Joseph Bookout 1 had the following children (the son William Bookout has not been proven as he was not listed in Joseph's will in 1806. It is possible that William had died by that time.]
    William Bookout b ca 1748 m. Sara Walker
    Peter Joseph Bookout b. before 1755 m. Sarah ______
    Marmaduke Bookout b. ca 1755 m. Rachel Moon, Elizabeth ____
    Charles Bookout b. before 1762 m. Nancy Ann Cagle
    John Bookout b ca 1773 m. Zilpha Wright
    Nellie Bookout b. ca 1773 m. Smith
    Sarah Bookout b. ca 1773

    Notes:
    BOOKOUT, JOSEPH $100 reward for documentation of the marriage, birth, parents or birthplace of Joseph Bookout, who is known from pp.298-200 of Loudoun Co. Deed Book, D to have lived on the Potomac River adjacent to land Thomas Aubrey (Francis John) indentured on 9 Sept 1764 to George
    Lutwig of the same County. From other records he appears to have been in the same place from at least 1760-68. A Joseph Bookout, probably the same, is known from a petition of about 1730-35 in what is now Frederick County, Maryland. Joseph Bookout is thought to have been born about 1700.
    Henry Bookout, 6107 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901.

    !COMMENT:Joseph 1's birthdate is based on the information from his headstone. Even if you question the authenticity of his age at time of death, this date is where you start.

    CALENDAR OF MARYLAND STATE PAPERS--THE BLACK BOOKS
    (Volume I, page) 227 158 IX, 22 Prince George's County. Petition of several inhabitants above the
    Monocacy to the Governor.
    The subscribers have greatly suffered by the loss or want of a proper person for the office of justice; they recommend Capt. Griffith, William Toneyhill, and Jackob Duckett as proper candidates for that
    office.
    D.S. 1 P. 30.6cm x 18.8cm. Jutilated.
    Signers: Samuel Duvall, Henery Emroney (?), John Harper, Ephraim Gold, James Rigges, Henry Truman Hill, Luke Ray, Mikell Hallett, John Sonnis, Thomas Wilson, Hadworth Wilson, Absallom Wilson, Joseph Wilson, Nichols Roads, Joseph Worren, John Whealler, Orlando Griffith, Robart Parl (M.), Joseph Hill, James Parl (M.), Benjamen Kelley (M.), JOSEPH BOOKOUT, John Cramphin, William Davis, John Harding, Gareth Davis, Joseph Harris, Aquila Compton (M.) James Comton, Arthur Nelson, Jr., Joseph Gold, John Nelso(n), Alexander De- 0 0, G(eo)rge Wea - - -, ____-, _____, ______, ______, John Tur(ner), Danel Pa - - -, John Adon - - s, John John- - -, (M.), John Comton (M.) James Wood (M.).
    # #

    It is possible, or even probable,, that this pioneer of what is now Frederick County, Maryland, Joseph Bookout, is the same person as North Carolina Joseph Bookout, but this has not been demonstrated.

    It would appear that he is most probably, or certainly, the same as the Joseph Bookout we find in a somewhat later time frame just across the Potomac in Loudoun County Virginia (Index to the Tithables of Loudoun
    County, Virginia and to Slaveholders and slaves 1758--1786 by Margaret
    Lail Hopkins; cf. "Joseph Bookout 60, 65" where the page references are
    to the pages in the original lists.

    In the "Acknowledgement" of Index to the Tithables of Loudoun County, Va.
    the author expresses her thanks to the Loudoun County Clerk of Court's
    Office for permission to photocopy the original lists and work from them
    at home.

    John Marc Wheat reported the following citations of Joseph Bookout from records from Loudoun County, Virginia with the help of Jane Sullivan, Library Coordinator, Thomas Balch Library, 208 West Market Street, Leesburg, VA 22078. (703-779-1328) p298-300 of Loudoun Do. Deed Book D: "Indenture made 12th September 1764 between THOMAS AWBREY OF LOUDOUN COUNTY of one part and George Lutwig of same county... in consideration of yearly rents and covenants...farm let parcel of land in County Loudoun whereon JOSEPH BOOKOUT now lives beginning on Potowmack River at the fence made by BOOKOUT which divides his place from the said Awbrey's dwelling plantation...by a strait course to Nolands line to the river...containing 100 acres...to have and hold from first day January next ensuing for term of six years paying yearly rent of Seven pounds Virgnia currency. (signed) Thos. Awbrey."

    1760 Joseph Bookout listed in a list of Tithable taken by George West for Loudoun County 1760.

    4. Mr. Noland's list of Tithables of 1765.

    5. Colo. James Hamilton's Tithables 1767.

    6. Joseph Bookout (again, signed "x") is a witness to another indenture
    between Thomas Awbrey and William and Bridge Summins dated 12 Nov 1768.

    1773 - (Boo)kout, J(oseph)-1773 (Guilford, now Randolph Co., NC)
    GUILFORD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA - PETITION, by Barbara N. Grigg.


    Joseph Bookout 1's headstone says he was born 1700 and died July 1806. He is buried in Holly Springs Primitive Quaker Church, south of Ramseur, NC, age 105.
    His spouse and marriage date are unknown although "about 1729 MD" was written in on a Family Group Sheet for Lucinda Bookout Clarkson, d/o William, s/o Joseph 1. (This needs to be proven, but it put here as a possibility.]

    Notes:
    BOOKOUT, JOSEPH $100 reward for documentation of the marriage, birth, parents or birthplace of Joseph Bookout, who is known from pp.298-200 of Loudoun Co. Deed Book, D to have lived on the Potomac River adjacent to land Thomas Aubrey (Francis John) indentured on 9 Sept 1764 to George Lutwig of the same County. From other records he appears to have been in the same place from at least 1760-68. A Joseph Bookout, probably the same, is known from a petition of about 1730-35 in what is now Frederick County, Maryland. Joseph Bookout is thought to have been born about 1700. Henry Bookout, 6107 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901.

    !COMMENT:Joseph 1's birthdate is based on the information from his headstone. Even if you question the authenticity of his age at time of death, this date is where you start.

    CALENDAR OF MARYLAND STATE PAPERS--THE BLACK BOOKS
    (Volume I, page) 227
    158
    IX, 22
    Prince George's County. Petition of several inhabitants above the Monocacy to the Governor.
    The subscribers have greatly suffered by the loss or want of a proper person for the office of justice; they recommend Capt. Griffith, William Toneyhill, and Jackob Duckett as proper candidates for that office.
    D.S. 1 P. 30.6cm x 18.8cm. Jutilated.
    Signers: Samuel Duvall, Henery Emroney (?), John Harper, Ephraim Gold, James Rigges, Henry Truman Hill, Luke Ray, Mikell Hallett, John Sonnis, Thomas Wilson, Hadworth Wilson, Absallom Wilson, Joseph Wilson, Nichols Roads, Joseph Worren, John Whealler, Orlando Griffith, Robart Parl (M.), Joseph Hill, James Parl (M.), Benjamen Kelley (M.), JOSEPH BOOKOUT, John Cramphin, William Davis, John Harding, Gareth Davis, Joseph Harris, Aquila Compton (M.) James Comton, Arthur Nelson, Jr., Joseph Gold, John Nelso(n), Alexander De- 0 0, G(eo)rge Wea - - -, ____-, _____, ______, ______, John Tur(ner), Danel Pa - - -, John Adon - - s, John John- - -, (M.), John Comton (M.) James Wood (M.).
    # #

    It is possible, or even probable,, that this pioneer of what is now Frederick County, Maryland, Joseph Bookout, is the same person as North Carolina Joseph Bookout, but this has not been demonstrated.

    It would appear that he is most probably, or certainly, the same as the Joseph Bookout we find in a somewhat later time frame just across the Potomac in Loudoun County Virginia (Index to the Tithables of Loudoun County, Virginia and to Slaveholders and slaves 1758--1786 by Margaret Lail Hopkins; cf. "Joseph Bookout 60, 65" where the page references are to the pages in the original lists.

    In the "Acknowledgement" of Index to the Tithables of Loudoun County, Va. the author expresses her thanks to the Loudoun County Clerk of Court's Office for permission to photocopy the original lists and work from them at home.

    John Marc Wheat reported the following citations of Joseph Bookout from records from Loudoun County, Virginia with the help of Jane Sullivan, Library Coordinator, Thomas Balch Library, 208 West Market Street, Leesburg, VA 22078. (703-779-1328) p298-300 of Loudoun Do. Deed Book D: "Indenture made 12th September 1764 between THOMAS AWBREY OF LOUDOUN COUNTY of one part and George Lutwig of same county... in consideration of yearly rents and covenants...farm let parcel of land in County Loudoun whereon JOSEPH BOOKOUT now lives beginning on Potowmack River at the fence made by BOOKOUT which divides his place from the said Awbrey's dwelling plantation...by a strait course to Nolands line to the river...containing 100 acres...to have and hold from first day January next ensuing for term of six years paying yearly rent of Seven pounds Virgnia currency. (signed) Thos. Awbrey."

    [Mary Bookout of KS paid a genealogist in Leesburg, VA who found the following new documentation of Joseph Bookout there:
    Loudoun co {VA} Court Order Book D, p 240{?}, May the 9, 1769:
    Bookout & {?} Awbrey
    Joseph Bookout Plaintif ) in Debt
    Thomas Awbrey Defencant )
    Samuel Mobley came into Court and undertook for the Defendant that in case he should be Cast in this Suit he should satisfy and pay the condemnation of the Court or render {?} his body to Prison in Execution for the same or that the said Samue 1 Mobley would do it for him-.]

    3. He is listed in a list of Tithable taken by George West for Loudoun County 1760.

    4. Mr. Noland's list of Tithables of 1765.

    5. Colo. James Hamilton's Tithables 1767.

    6. Joseph Bookout (again, signed "x") is a witness to another indenture between Thomas Awbrey and William and Bridge Summins dated 12 Nov 1768.

    1773 - (Boo)kout, J(oseph)-1773 (Guilford, now Randolph Co., NC)
    GUILFORD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA - PETITION, by Barbara N. Grigg. "The Genealogical Journal:By the Randolph County Genealogical Society:of the Randolph County Historical Society, North Carolina," Vol. 5, No. 1 (Winter, 1981), pp 33-37

    in 1759 Rowan County, NC included
    the part of Randolph County where our Joseph Bookout lived. In view
    of Mr. Phillip's statement below that Joseph's Noland neighbor in Loudoun
    Co., VA was a speculator in Rowan Co., NC in the 1770's and 1780's the
    item about Rowan Co. on the web page
    was an important discovery.
    Henry
    *
    John T. Phillips published Historian's Guide to Loudoun County, Virginia:
    Volume I, Colonial Laws of Virginia and County Court Orders, 1757-1766 in
    November, 1996 (Leesurg & Middleburg, VA: Goose Creek Productions, P. O.
    Box #776, Leesburg, VA 20178-0776). Henry Wade Bookout III wrote to Mr.
    Phillips asking whether Thomas Awbrey's (1764) (see 2. above) lease to
    George Lutwig of land "whereon Joseph Bookout now lives" did not imply
    that Joseph Bookout was Awbrey's indentured servant or apprentice. Henry
    Bookout received the following reply January 32, 1997:

    Jan. 28, '97

    Goose Creek Productions
    P.O. Box #776
    Leesburg, Va. 20178-0776

    Mr. Henry Bookout:
    Thank you, sir, for your kind letter and questions. Time
    constraints do not permit a full reply, but I did want to give some
    personal response--
    First, Jos. Bookout is clearly not a servant in 1760; also in
    1765; the reference in the 1764 lease clearly implies JB is either: 1- a
    tenant at will; 2- tenant on an un-recorded lease; or 3- that the JB
    lease was recorded in Fairfax [Co., VA] (prior to Loudoun's formation [in
    1757]). The Noland and Awbrey families owned lands all over that area of
    the [Potomac] river. Believe I would be able to find exact location of
    this 100-acre tract w. some research, as other clients' work points
    further up river than you suspect. You are firmly in the area {B} [See
    "Historian's Guide," p. 416 & passim].
    Also, am curious about your 1737 Brooke's site, far DOWN River;
    and the curious coincidence that Nolands are heavy speculators in ROWAN
    CO. NC in the 1770s & 1780s--adjacent [two counties west of] RANDOLPH?
    Hope this is some assistance.
    Sincerely,
    John Phillips

    1779 - Randolph Co., NC Tax List - Joseph Bookout

    1785 - Joseph Bookout 1 white poll 150 acres: List taken by William Richards, Esq. Capt. Garner's District (also listed: Charles Bookout)--Randolph Co., NC Gene. Soc. Vol II, No. 2 1978 Winter--"1785 Randolph County Tax List"

    1787 - Joseph Bookout from State of NC - 150 acres.
    --Data from the Deed Books of Randolph Co., NC. From notes of William Perry Johnson, 1944 (This note also placed under Joseph II)

    1790 Randolph Co., NC
    Bootrout (sic), Joseph
    2 free white males 16 years and upward, including heads of families
    2 free white females, including heads of families
    --"Heads of Families At the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: North Carolina" Baltimore:Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966, p 98

    1790 Randolph Co., NC, page 293
    Bookout, Joseph
    2 free white males 16 years and upward, including heads of families
    2 free white males under 16
    2 free white females including heads of families
    --"Heads of Families At the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790:North Carolina: Baltimore Genealogical Pub. Co., 1966

    (Note from Henry Wade Bookout, 3-9-1995: In some published sources, this previously unnoticed Bookout is found, in the disguise of Joseph Bootrout (sic), third alpha-numeric section, two hundred twenty-one (221) names above his better known namesake, Joseph Bookout (Marmaduke is thirteen names above, Charles, ninty-nine names above, both in second numeric section from Joseph, op. cit., p 99) Ms. Shirley Evans, visited the National Archives, Washington, D.C., and confirmed that in the original record "Joseph Bootrout" is actually "Joseph Bookout".

    This Joseph Bookout (alias Bootrout) is therefore, a distinctly different record from the more familiar Joseph Bookout. While it was formerly thought that Joseph II was among the free white males 16 years and upward living with the better known Joseph Bookout, it ought now be considered whether this new Joseph Bookout, alis Bootrout, is in fact Joseph II in a separate household from the better known Joseph (or perhaps the other way around?).)

    Update 24 July 1999:From Henry W. Bookout
    I note that, in addition to "Bootrout" that we are considering, in every
    other instance where an "r" follows a tall consonant that could be read
    together as a "k" that the scribe, to indicate that the "r" is an "r" and
    not to be taken with the preceding consonant, leaves a hiatus between the
    "r" and the preceding consonant: note, for example, the four instances of
    "Alred" on page 285 preceding "Joseph Bootrout" on page 286, in which the
    "l" does not lead directly into "r," but a space is left between them:
    thus it is impossible to read "lr" (in "Alred") as "k" (in "Aked").
    The note you have (from 1995) *was* my earlier belief, but after seeing
    the copy of the scribe's writing I concluded that he intended to write
    "Boutrout," not "Bookout." If we do include that census and extrapolate
    from it, I think we should use extreme caution and note that the scribe
    lifts his pen in going from a tall consonant to an r. When he makes a k
    there is no such space. Maybe we should consider the census on other
    grounds, but not I think on the grounds of what the scribe wrote.

    1793 - Joseph Bookout from State of NC - 640 acres.
    --Data from the Deed Books of Randolph Co., NC. From notes of William Perry Johnson, 1944

    1806-Joseph Bookout I's will was probated in Asheboro, Randolph Co., NC in August 1806. It is listed in Vol. #, Years 1804-1812, Pg 56 (Clerk of Superior Court).
    August Term 1806. 1st day of August 1806. Amount of the sales of the property of ________ Stated Deed:
    Signed Benjamin Stood
    Claton Mod
    State of North Carolina, Randolph Co.
    I Joseph Bookout being sick in body but of good and perfect memory do make and declare this my last will and testament in manner and form as follows. First my body to be buried devoutly at the directions of my Executors hereafter named and all my just Debts paid. I do Order give and dispose of the rest of my estate in manner and form following.
    That is to say impartially I leave and bequeath to my son John Bookout the hundred and fifth acres of land which I now live upon which includes my improvements and buildings and is on a separate deed from the rest of my land. I leave unto my daughter Nelly Smith the hundred acres I once sold Thomas J. Brown and I took it back again. The rest of my land I will to be sold by my Executors and the money arising from the sale to be equally divided among my four sons, Marmaduke, Charles Bookout, Joseph Bookout and John Bookout. I will my daughter Sarah Bookout ten pounds.
    And I hereby make and appoint Samuel Brown and John Bookout my sole Executors of this my last will and testament hereby making and making void all former wills and testaments by me. Write and declaring this only to be my last will and tgestament in witness hereto I set my hand and seal this 21st of July 1806.
    his
    JOSEPH X BOOKOUT
    mark
    A _____ Copy
    Jacob Hinshaw
    Jese Hicks Trust
    Randolph County August 1806 the above will was duly ____ by Judge ______ by Jese Hicks_____to be recorded.
    END

    FROM NORTH CAROLINA NEWSPAPER May 15, 1955 (Picture of marker with following caption underneath:) "First Burial In This Cemetery - JOSEPH BOOKOUT, Age 105 years, 11 months, 7 days. Pioneer: Early 17th Century. A new Stone Marks The Old Grave. 136 Year Old Monument Is Replaced." Written by W. Townsend Smith - Special to Journal & Sentinel.

    "Asheboro, May 14, 1955 - A monument, worn by 136 years of time and weather, has been replaced in the large cemetery adjoining the Holly Springs Friends Meetinghouse, located in South Past Randolph County, 6 miles Southwest of Ramseur. The original stone was fashioned by hand from native stone. No date can be read on the old stone to give time of birth or death but Friends Meetinghouse was organized in 1818 so it is assumed Bookout was buried about that time. First settlers in that part of the country are Germans and was about 1740 when they came.

    Old timers say the Bookout family moved to Mississippi soon after Joseph's death and soon lost touch with people in Randolph County."
    "Legends of Loudoun: An account of the history and homes of a border county of Virginia's Northern Neck" by Harrison Williams. Richmond, Virginia: Garrett and Massie, Inc. (1938) Has account of Thomas Aubrey, Joseph 1's neighbor on the Potomac River, Loudoun Co., VA (1760-68).

    !RESEARCHER-NEIGHBORS OF JOSEPH BOOKOUT 1:
    The following lists are the names of persons who appear together
    with Joseph Bookout on lists of tithables (colonial taxes collected by
    Anglican parishes) in Loudoun Co., VA.

    These are the lists that Marc Wheat posted in 1995. The lists have been
    published and are available at the Thomas Balch Library in Leesburg, VA.
    There are also copies at the Library of the Historical Society of
    Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

    The first set (A) is alphebetized (not the original order) by list and the
    second set (B) is a list of all names taken together in alphabetical
    order. It is hoped that if the origin of some of these individuals, can
    be discovered, it might provide a clue to Joseph Bookout 1's origins.

    For example, the Trammels are known to have come originally from
    France, having immigrated to VA from Devonshire, England. Joseph
    Bookout's great-grandson, Cash Calvin Bookout, married Ada
    Trammel. Unfortunately, the connection with Cash Bookout is too
    remote from Joseph 1 to draw any useful conclusions as to Joseph's
    origins.

    In view of the overwhelmingly English component of Joseph Bookout
    1's neighbors in the 1760's in Loudon Co., VA, I think that a possible
    immigration route first to Williamsburg, VA should be explored or at
    least entertained as a clearly indicated possibility.

    The earlier appearance of Joseph 1 in what is now Frederick Co., MD
    in the 1730's (where no one has been able to find any further trace
    of him) creates, perhaps, only the appearance that he came down
    from the north (New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania). John P.
    Dern, the author of "Pioneers of Old Monocacy" thought he came from
    the Baltimore area.

    (A)

    (1)
    George West (1760)

    Abbet, James
    Berkley, Charles*
    Bookout, Joseph
    Buzen, Phillip
    Clowes, Joseph
    Clowes, Thomas
    Davis, David
    Dawson, John
    Dawson, Mathias
    Dawson, William
    Dewit, John Ross
    Douglas, William
    Dunnahue, Cornelious
    Eaton, James
    Fouch, John
    Fouch, John
    Gore, Thomas
    Gourlding, James
    Green, James
    Green, Thomas
    Hamby, John
    Hamilton, Thomas
    Hardy, Bejamin
    Haven, John
    Heryford, John
    Hogure, Solomon
    Holms, William
    Honsinger, Simon
    Hopwell, Sanuel
    Hutson, David
    Lamb, Thomas
    Mobley, Samuel
    Morland, Jason
    Morland, William
    Moss, John Junr.
    Moss, John Senr.
    Moss, William
    Murray, James Jur.
    Noland, Paul
    Noland, Phillip
    Norton, Edward
    Norton, William
    Parsons, William
    Peake, John
    Phillips, Benjamin
    Phillips, Jenkins
    Phillips, Samuel
    Popkin, John
    Popkin, Robert
    Price, Jonathan
    Pritchard, Thomas
    Rhoden, Thomas
    Rhodes, Moses
    Richardson, Aaron
    Riley, John
    Roberts, Joseph
    Ross, William
    Saintclar, Margaret
    Sangster, George
    Shore, William
    Shrieves, William
    Sinklar, Issac
    Stafford, Chas.
    Steers, James
    Steers, John
    Taverner, George Junr.
    Taverner, George Senr.
    Triplett, N. Harry
    Triplett, Nell
    Triplett, Prince
    Triplett, William
    Vanbuscart, Michl.
    Vandiver, George
    Watson, Thomas
    Wells, Thos. Williams
    West, George
    Wildman, Jacob
    Williamson, James

    (2)
    Mr. Noland's List

    Anbey, John
    Arthur, John
    Arthur, Joseph
    Awbrey, Thomas
    Black, William
    Bookout, Joseph*
    Bossate, William Junr.
    Clapham, Josias
    Clemons, James
    Cummins, Malikiah
    Dawson, Abraham
    Dehaven, Abraham
    Dewcase, Cornelius
    Doneer, Daniel
    Dowell, Philip
    Forlow, Jacob
    Fouch, John
    Gorard, David
    Green, Thomas
    Grinnen, William
    Hall, Calep
    Harvin, William
    Hetton, Henry
    Hopkins, Joseph
    Howeaton, Henry
    Jenkins, Amos
    Joshua
    Kirk, William
    Lester, Abner
    Lester, John
    Lester, Samuel
    Lewis, Abel
    Lewis, George
    Lewis, James
    Long, James
    Lord, Elisha
    Macan, Arthur
    Macan, John
    Mackentosh, Peter
    Mason, William
    Massey, Abraham
    Massey, Lewis
    McGrew, James
    McGrew, John
    McHolland, Patrick
    McKenry, Patrick
    Merrick, Griff
    Miller, Peter
    Mitchell, Robert
    Mobly, Samuel
    Noland, Philip
    Parsons, William
    Pibourn, Thos.
    Robbins,
    Shadilea, Daniel
    Sinkler, John
    Smith, Alexander
    Smith, David
    Smith, John
    Smith, William
    Sutton, Hugh
    Swaller, Wiliam
    Thomas, Elias
    Tipton, Silvester
    Tracey, Jacob
    Trammell, John
    Trammell, Sampson
    Twebs, John
    Van Buskir, John
    Vanbuscart, Isaac
    Vanbuscart, Michael
    Varnor, Peter
    Vice, Robert
    Walton, John
    Wennan, William

    (3)
    Aneas Campbell (1765)

    Arther, John
    Arther, Joseph
    Baley, Daniel
    Ball, Farlain
    Belford, Daniel
    Bookout, Joseph*
    Bruster, Mary
    Campbell, Aneas
    Carty, Patrick
    Cline, William
    Conner, Charles
    Conner, Samuel
    Coxon, John
    Dalton, John
    Debell, William
    Deveas, Cornelius
    Douglass, William
    Dowell, Philip
    Drish, Frederick
    Floyd, William
    Forlow, JacoLong, James
    Foutch, Isaac
    Gooden, Amos
    Gore, Joshua
    Gossete, William Juner
    Grayson, Spence
    Grimes, William
    Haling, John Wilcoxson
    Harvey, James
    Hatcher, John
    Hodo, Peter
    Howell, John
    Johnson, John
    Kirk, William
    Lester, Abner
    Lester, John
    Lester, Samuel
    Lewis
    Lewis, Abell
    Lewis, George
    Lewis, James
    Loid, Eleasha
    Luckett, William
    Macan, John
    Maraik, Griff
    Marlborough, Francis
    Massey, Abraham
    McDaniel, Hugh
    McGinnis, John
    Mercer, Richard
    Miller, John
    Miller, Peter
    Oneal, Ferdinand
    Oneal, George
    Oxley, Everet
    Oxley, Henry
    Oxley, Henry
    Oxley, John
    Oxley, John Clear
    Park, John
    Posten, Leonard
    Reeder, Adam
    Reeder, Peter
    Robins, Joshawa
    Sands, Edmund
    SandSands, Jacob
    Shedelia, Donall
    Smith, John
    Smoothwell, Edward
    Spur, Richard
    Squires, Thomas
    Swaller, William
    Talbort, Henry
    Taylor, James
    Thompson, Thomas
    Tracey, Jacob
    Trammell, Samson
    Triplet, Daniel
    Triplett, William
    Varner, Peter
    Wildman, William
    Wilman, William Junr.
    Yates, Alice
    Yates, Robert

    (4)
    Colo. James Hamilton (1767)

    Aldridge, Thomas
    Arter, John (son of Joseph)
    Arter, Joseph
    Awbrey, Thomas
    Awbrey, Thomas Junr.
    Awbrey, William
    Bargum
    Bookout, Joseph*
    Brown, Henry
    Caine, Richard
    Clapham, Josias
    Cole, Isaac
    Dehaven, Abraham
    Douglass, William
    Eaton, Henry How
    Eckley, Joseph
    Eckley, Peter
    Ellis, Elias
    Ellis, Jessy
    Ellis, Sam
    Ferguson, Thomas
    George, Thomas
    George, William
    Green, Thomas
    Greg, George
    Greg, William Hanby, John
    Howell, Charles
    Howell, Hezekiah
    Howell, Hugh
    Howell, John
    Hughes, Thomas
    Jenkins, Robert
    John, Benjamin
    John, Elias
    John, James
    John, Thomas
    Jones, John
    Jones, Joshua
    Kidd, James
    Kirk, William
    Land, Rasbery Plain
    Leoid, Elisha
    Lester, Abraham
    Lester, John
    Lester, Samuel
    Lewis
    Lewis, George
    Lewis, James
    Lewis, William
    Lewis, William Junr.
    Lucket, William Capt
    Mason, Thompson Esqr.
    Massy, Lee
    McKinney, George
    Mercer, Richard
    Metheny, Nathan
    Mireck, Griffeth
    Mobely, Ameul
    Molton, William
    Mooney, Loch
    Morris, Jacob
    Nicholas, Christo
    Noland, Paul
    Noland, Philip Gent.
    Noland, Philp Junr
    Noland, Thomas
    Norton, Nehemiah
    Oxley, Clear
    Oxley, Everet
    Oxley, Henry
    Oxley, Henry Junr
    Parsons, William
    Paterson, Fleming
    Paterson, Hugh
    Paterson, John
    Polson, Leonard
    Samuel, Shedrick
    Scott, John
    Seldon, Samuel Junr.
    seldon, Mary Mason
    Shields, Thomas
    Shortri




    Father: John Bookhout? b: ABT 1680
    Mother: Mary? b: ABT 1682

    Marriage 1 Unknown
    • Married: ABT 1729 in MD
    Children
    1. Has Children Marmaduke Bookout b: ABT 1755 in Randolph County, North Carolina
    2. Has Children Charles Bookout b: BEF 1762
    3. Has No Children Nellie Bookout b: AFT 1773
    4. Has No Children Sarah Bookout b: AFT 1773

    Marriage 2 Elisebeth? <Bookout>
    • Married: 1729 in MD
    Children
    1. Has Children William Bookout b: BEF 1746
    2. Has Children Marmaduke Bookout b: 1747 in Randolph, North Carolina
    3. Has Children Charles Bookout b: 1749
    4. Has Children Joseph Bookout II b: ABT 1753
    5. Has No Children Nellia Bookout b: AFT 1755
    6. Has No Children Sarah Bookout b: 1761
    7. Has Children John Bookout b: 1773
    8. Has Children Peter Joseph Bookout b: 1800

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