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  • ID: I9694
  • _UID: FA989C8F90984DCBAC47AC92E54F6C3A0886
  • Name: Samuel Joyner
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1770-1780 in Virginia
  • Death: ABT 1838 in Franklin Co. NC
  • Note:

    Franklin County Estate Records in Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina:
    Samuel, dated 1838 Ct. 1852---Slave Abraham to Martha Joyner..Slave Redin to Charles Baker in right of wife Elizabeth...Slave Paul to Henry Pearce in right of wife Rebecca..Slave Menia (Armelia and child Ella to Jimmy S. Joyner...Slave Betty and Solomon to Elizabeth Joyner...Slave Ned and Gustin to Louis W. Joyner....Slave Miranda & Ed to William H. Joyner....and Slave Hannah & Louise to Samuel Joyner. Samuel had a total of 13 slaves.
    There was lots of information in this file.....That William H. & Elizabeth H. Joyner each to pay James S. Joyner the sum of $625.......1 share to Elizabeth Joyner, one to William H. Joyner, 1 share to Charley Baker and wife Elizabeth, 1 share to Samuel, 1 share to Henry Pearce and wife Rebecca. 1 share James S. Joyner, 1 share Lewis W. Joyner and 1 share Martha Joyner. William H. Joyner, administrator.
    1841 Elizabeth, Recca, James S. Lewis, Martha with William H. Guardian...1848 Rebecca Pierce, James S., Lewis W., Martha minors and still minors in 1851.

    Elizabeth, Rebecca, James S. Lewis and Martha were still minors in 1851 according to Estate records found in State Archives at Raleigh.

    Kinfolks of Franklin County: Joseph Watson

    DB 16-124, dated 20 March 1813: Henry Bentorn and wife Rebecca Sharp Benton to Samuel Joyner for their right in the dower land of their mother Rhoda Jones. Witnessed by Rhoda Jones.

    DB 17-128 , dated 8, June 1816: Samuel Joyner and wife Betsy Henderson Joyner sold their interest in certain dower lands to William D. Jones

    DB 17-128, dated 8 June 1816: Samuel Joyner and wife Betsy H. Joyner deeded to William D. Jones for a tract of land adjoining the dower lands of Rhoda Jones 8 June 1816.

    DB 21-387, dated 5 July 1844: Land was sold at public auction which fell to Polly Darrell, Elizabeth Joyner, Sugar Jones, William Jones and William D. Jones as legatees of Drury Jones deceased, whose widow was Rhody Jones.

    March Court 1812: WBC -265: Guardian account for Sally Jones, orphan of Drury Jones deceased. By Rhoda Jones, guardian. Mentions schooling for Samuel Joyner

    March Court 1812: WBC -268: Guardian account for orphans of John Nickolson deceased by James Nickolson guardian... persons mentioned William Cook, Green Hills, Samuel Joyner (for schooling)

    March Court 1812: Guardian account for Robert Nickolson orphan of John Nickolson. Mentions Caswell Finch for schooling & Samuel Joyner for schooling.

    Minutes of September Court 1816

    A Deed from Samuel Joyner, and Betsy H. Joyner his wife, to William
    D. Jones, wsa exhibited in open court, and duly proved by the oath of
    Henry Benton, one of the Witnesses thereto, and it appearing that the
    said Betsey, a feme[?] covert, had been privily examined according to
    Law, it is ordered that the same be admited[sic] to record.-
    A Deed from Samuel Joyner and Betsy H. Joyner his wife, to William D.
    Jones, was exhibited in open court, and the execution thereof, duly
    proved by the oath of Henry Benton, and it appearing that the said
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    Tax Lists of Franklin County

    Tax list 1785-1803

    Capt Stones?s District
    1799: Samuel Joiner 1 wp

    Capt. Jordan?s District
    1804: Samuel 1 wp

    Capt Winstead?s District
    1805: Samuel Joiner 1 wp
    1806-1809: Samuel Joyner 1 wp

    Capt. Ingrams District
    1810: Samuel Joyner 1 wp

    1815 Tax List
    8-(Capt. Hester?s District) Samuel 150 acres @3.75=$562.50 1 wp 1 bp
    16-(Capt Wood?s District) Moses Joiner 100 acres @2 -=$200
    21 ( Capt Davis? District) Willie Joiner 1 wp
    21 (Capt. Davis? District) William Joiner 359 @ 2 = $719 4 wp 5 bp

    1820 Tax List
    349 -Samuel 1 wp

    Franklin Census Records

    1800 Census
    491-Samuel 1 male 26-45 (1755-1774)

    No Samuel on 1810 Census

    1830 Census
    334-Samuel Joyner
    1 male 0-5 1 male 5-10 1 male 10-15 1 male 15-20 1 male 50-60
    8 slaves 1 female 40-50

    1840 Census
    82-Joiner, Samuel
    1 male 0-5 2 males 20-30 2 males 30-40
    1 female 0-5 1 female 10-15 1 female 20-30

    1850 Franklin County Census, Timberlake District
    345-Elizabeth H. Joyner 61 Lewis 20 Martha 18 (Wife of Samuel dec?d)

    1860 Franklin County Census
    64- Elizabeth Joyner 70 Lewis W. 29 Martha 26 Wm D. Jones 72.

    1870 Franklin County Census, Freeman Township:
    Louis Joyner 39 Farmer b. NC Elizabeth 80 keeping house. Martha 34 no occupation

    1880 Franklin County Census, Freeman Township, Page 643:
    Elizabeth Joyner 90, widow b. NC; Louis 50, son Farmer Martha 47 Daughter
    Louis and Martha list father as born in Virginia.
  • Change Date: 19 JUL 2004

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth Henderson Jones b: ABT 1790
    • Married: 5 JAN 1811 in Franklin Co. NC
    1. Has Children William Henry Joyner b: 6 MAR 1814 in Franklin Co. NC
    2. Has No Children Elizabeth Joyner b: 1815-1820 in Franklin Co. NC
    3. Has Children Rebecca Joyner b: ABT 1829 in Franklin Co. NC
    4. Has No Children Lewis W. Joyner b: MAY 1831 in Franklin Co. NC
    5. Has No Children Jimmy S. Joyner b: AFT 1831 in Franklin Co. NC
    6. Has No Children Martha Joyner b: ABT 1832 in Franklin Co. NC
    7. Has No Children Samuel Joyner b: 1815-1820
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