Warren County, North Carolina

Posted Queries for June 1998



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CLINCH, GRAY, JONES, YEARGAIN posted by Bebe on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Mary GRAY m. Christopher CLINCH. They had a dau. Elizabeth. Christopher d. and Mary m. Samuel YEARGAIN of Northampton Cty. (the wedge above the Roanoke River which became Warren Cty. in 1779). Elizabeth m. Sugar/s JONES who d. in 1800, as I recall, leaving underage children

ALLSTON, ALSTON, EDWARDS, RIVES posted by Bebe on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am interested in the Edwards family.

Thomas Henry RIVES lived for awhile on the Nutbush in Warren. An old letter at NC Archives and repeated in The ALSTON'S and ALLSTON'S of North and South Carolina by Joseph Groves regarding the Rives family makes mention of the EDWARDS family across the creek. Thomas Henry Rives had been in Mecklinburg Cty., Va. prior to Warren but after Warren he removed to and died in Chatham Cty., NC in 1809. He was born in Va. ca1740. He m. first a Neal and 2nd Mary EDWARDS ca1769.

ALSTON, YEARGAIN posted by Bebe on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am researching ALSTON and YEARGAIN. I am particularly interested in the grandsons of Joseph John Alston of Halifax Cty., NC, through his son Lt. Col. William Alston (m. Anne Yeargain, dau. of Samuel who d. 1784, who lived north side Roanoke River, Warren) who died in Chatham Cty., NC in 1789. These children were Orendatus Davis Alston, William Chancy Alston, and John Joseph Alston. I am also interested in the parents and grandparents of Thomas Alston who married Sarah Yancey Yeargain, much younger 1/2 sister of above Anne (Yeargain) Alston.

BECKHAM, BEEKS, HARRIS, HUDSON, JONES, JORDAN, LANGSTON, MARTIN, MAYFIELD, MITCHELL, NEAL, PATTERSON, ROBERTSON, TOWNS, WILSON, WRIGHT posted by Flo Neal Dickey on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

NEAL - Granville & Warren Co. NC > SC > GA > MS

Ralph NEAL d. 1804 in Warren Co. and his wife, Elizabeth d. 1824 in Franklin Co., GA. Their children:

Major NEAL (ca 1756-1822) m. Nancy MAYFIELD 15 Dec 1801 Warren Co., NC
Ralph NEAL, Jr. (b. ca 1756-1762 d. ?)
John NEAL
Brooks NEAL m. Betsy WRIGHT 15 Apr 1797 Warren Co. NC
William NEAL
Stephen NEAL d. 1840 Present day Rockdale Co., GA m. Arcelia 'Cella/Sealey' PATTERSON ca 1792 Warren Co,NC
Cathy NEAL m. ___ WRIGHT.
Mary "Polly" NEAL (b. ca 1757 VA d. after 1850 Monroe Co., MS) m. Newsom HARRIS (b. ca 1760 d. 1829 Warren)
Reuben NEAL m. Sarah JORDAN 27 Dec 1779 Granville Co., NC
Richard 'Dickie' NEAL m. Nancy TOWNS 28 July 1801 Warren Co., NC.

Other connected families: BECKHAM, HUDSON, LANGSTON, WILSON, ROBERTSON, MITCHELL, JONES, MARTIN, BEEKS, & others.

BLOUNT, CAWTHORN posted by Anne White Dunning on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

John V. & Sarah BLOUNT CAWTHORN They lived in Warrenton the early and mid 1800s. One of their daughters(Sue B.) married William Jones White(my grandparents). Thanks for any help.

DAVIS, HAWKINS, WILLIAMS posted by John Edward Hodge on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am researching Adam WILLIAMS and the following allied families: Miranda Edwards HAWKINS his wife. His wife Miranda died in 1907 and is buried in the Ridgeway Baptist Church cemetary near Manson, (Soul City) Warren County, North Carolina. Family stories indicates that he was a runnaway slave from Mississippi. Adam WILLIAMS died in 1933 at the reported age of 123 years old. He had a blacksmith shop located in Ridgeway, Warren County, North Carolina. I am in search of any photograghs of Adam Williams and his burial site. I have receive information suggesting that Adam WILLIAMS was a slave of Peter DAVIS and was given to a daughter (Pitchford).

MORGAN posted by Harriet Houston on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Joshua MORGAN m Elizabeth Clay in Mecklenburg Co VA, where they lived; the last record of them there is 1996. Their sons Samuel b1794, Rolly, Carey first show up in TN in 1817. There is some evidence that Joshua served in the NC Militia during the War of 1812 - so because of this and the proximity of Meck. Co VA to Warren Co NC, I am hoping that someone can help me find him.

BOOTH, BULL, BUTE, DICKERSON, GARROTT, HARPER, HUNT, NELMS, THOMAS, WINSTON posted by Jerry Hunt on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Surnames being searched by Jerry A. HUNT are as follows:

NELMS, Anna m.BOOTH, George Conway, a Rev. War Vet. in Warren Co. NC in 1791. They moved on to Rutherford Co. TN.

BULL, Rebecca m.HARPER, William abt 1793 in Warren Co. NC They moved on to Sumner Co. TN. Have NO IDEA of Rebecca BULLs parents!

DICKERSON, Margaret m.GARROTT, Thomas abt 1770 in BUTE Co. NC. They moved on to Wake Co. NC, then line moved to Gibson Co. TN. Have NO IDEA of Margaret DICKERSONs parents.

THOMAS, Sarah m.WINSTON, Isaac in (I think) BUTE Co. NC. Sarah THOMAS d.Bute Co. abt 1773. These families probably spilled over into Franklin Co. as well.

Another set of THOMAS-WINSTON families comes from an Athanatius THOMAS and Gilly WINSTON marriage, but these families are recorded in Franklin Co.

GLOVER, STURDIVANT posted by James Klutz on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Need parents or families of Charles GLOVER who married Lucy STURDIVANT in Warren Co., NC 1792. They moved to Cabarrus Co., NC before 1800 and lived in Rowan Co., NC after about 1812. Willing to exchange any information

PATRICK, SAULEY, TUCKER posted by MPatr0519@aol.com on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am looking for information about Callie SAULEY (b. 7-21-1872, d. 1-04-67) who married William PATRICK. I am also looking for information about her parents.. Who was named Warna SAULEY father... and Emily TUCKER... mother.

CHEEK, COLCLOUGH, DURHAM, HAIL, MOODY, MYRICK, NEWELL, ROBINSON posted by James Newell on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

In my researching of the Newell surname I have hit a roadblock in Warren Co., North Carolina during late 1700's. My Great Great Grandfather, Camp Plummer NEWELL, was born in Wake Co., North Carolina, November 11, 1797, and died, June 12, 1877, Carroll County, Mississippi. I believe that Camp was the son of Peter Newell and Susanna Durham HAIL (Haile, Hale), daughter William DURHAM and Margaret COLCLOUGH. They were married on 11-9-1795.

I have located a NEWELL family in Warren County who I believe are ancestors of Peter. John Newell, Sr., and wife Lucy had 8 Children:

1. Elizabeth Newell - married a ROBINSON
2. William Newell
3. Rebecca Newell - married William MYRICK
4. John Newell
5. Edward Newell - married Sally MOODY
6. David Hyde Newell - married Nancy CHEEK
7. Sally Newell
8. Polly Hyde Newell

I believe Peter Newell to be the son of either John Newell or a William Newell but have no proof at this time. Peter and Susanna Newell left Warren Co. around 1810 moving to Kentucky (maybe Green then Simpson Counties).

Camp Plummer NEWELL married married Louise E., maiden name unknown. I have undocumented evidence that they had 3 children:

1. John Durham Newell,
2. Mary Susan Newell
3. James Gatewood Newell.

RICHARDSON, SATTERWHITE posted by Ojcafe@Aol.Com on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Seeking info on SATTERWHITE'S and RICHARDSONS. Satterwhites lived in and around Henderson,NC(Vance County), and Warren Co. The RICHARDSON link were decendants of slaves/Freeman; Sandy Alexander RICHARDSON; (dob..ca.1860)

CLANTON, WILLIAMS posted by Debbie Plunk on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Looking for info on Isham CLANTON, born about 1834 in Warren County, prob Judkins Township. Married to Flora WILLIAMS. Had at least nine children: James Walter, Henry, Tom, Young, Emily, Lucy, Primus, Robert and Richard. Am interested in learning more about Isham!

KEARNEY, PULLEN, PULLEY posted by Debbie Plunk on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Am VERY interested in any info on PULLEY/PULLEN lines in Warren County, especially African American Pulley/Pullens. Earliest line I have is Nick Pulley, born Feb 1860 in Warren County, married Emma KEARNEY. Nick's mother's name is probably Linda.

ALSTON, BURGESS, BURT, PERRY, RICHARDSON, WILLIAMS posted by Yvonne Reeves on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am descended from Burgesses who were slaves.

My g-g-g-grandparents were Jim H.(abt 1820-bef 1880) and Eveline BURGESS (1820-1906). Their family belonged to the Shiloh Baptist church in Arcola. She appears in the Warren Co 1880 census in the area called Fishing Creek.

They had the following children:

Junius 1820-1906 mar Mariah WILLIAMS
Cyrus 1840-1919 mar Nancy WILLIAMS
Haywood 1844-abt 1905 mar Laura BURT
Louisa 1845-? who mar Jack ALSTON
Albert 1850-1931 mar Rosetta ALSTON
James 1852-? mar Lizabeth ?
Seph 1856-1923
Henderson 1859-?
Eveline 1860-1923 mar Hardy ALSTON
Lila 1862-?

My g-g-grandparents were Almyra WILLIAMS (1839-1921)and Junius BURGESS (1838-1918). In 1910 they were living on Grove Hill Road in Arcola. She appears in the Warren Co 1880 census in the area called Fishing Creek.

They had the following children:

William H. 1856-1925 mar Candis 1864-bef 1925
Lovett T. 1862-1932 mar Patty Williams PERRY
Melvina 1863-? mar Solomon RICHARDSON
Cyrus 1867-? mar Berta
Lucy 1869-1945 mar Matthew RICHARDSON
John 1870-?
Doctor F. 1856-1923 mar Mariah WILLIAMS
Isham 1874-?
Mary 1875-1928
Lila 1878-? mar James H. RICHARDSON
Corena R. 1886-?

ALSTON, EPPS, IRVIN, LOUIS, PERRY, RICHARDSON, WATSON, WILLIAMS posted by Yvonne Reeves on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am descended from Alston's who were slaves.

My g-g-g-grandmother was Linny Alston, who with Jeff Alston, had the following children:

James T. (1831-?) mar Pitsy ALSTON (1839-aft 1910)
Joseph Epps (1842-1932) mar Pleasant WILLIAMS (1847-1875), mar Lucy ALSTON (1855-?)
Albert A. (1846-bef 1900) mar Elizabeth (Betsy) ALSTON (1847-bef 1896), mar Phyllis PERRY (1860-abt 1930)

James T. and Pitsy had the following children:

Major (1859-?)
Henry (1868-?) mar Betty IRVIN
Louisa (1871-?)
Linny (1874-?)
James T. (1878-?)
Joseph (1877-?)
Amelia (1879-?)

Joseph EPPS did not have any children. He married his 2nd wife in 1875 at P.G. ALSTON'S house. Joe EPPS, as he was called, and Lucy had nephew Gilbert WATSON (1879-?) and Thenis WATSON (1880-?) living with them during the 1900 census of Fork township. Linny was living with Joe in the 1880 census. She was 80 years old and blind.

Albert and Elizabeth had the following children:

Caroline (1871-?)
James A. (1872-1929) mar Idella Jane RICHARDSON
Solomon A. (1875-1910) mar Melinda ALSTON
Lucy (1877-?)
Albert A. (1879-1940)
Caswell (1880-1960) mar Lizzie ALSTON, mar Eliza Alston LOUIS (1883-1915)
Tempie (1887-1985) mar Waddell ALSTON
Mansfield (1899-1983) mar Hattie B. ALSTON

In the 1880 census Elizabeth says that she and her parents were born in Virginia.

Albert and Phyllis had one son Rufus (Pete)(1897-1979)

Phyllis PERRY was the widow of Louis PERRY (1858-bef 1900).

Albert was a preacher who, it is said, donated the land that Fork Chapel church was built on in that section of Warren County known as the Fork.


ALSTON, BURGESS, BURTON, COPELAND, RICHARDSON, SILVER, WILLIAMS posted by Yvonne Reeves on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am descended from COPELAND'S, free people of color, that orginated in Halifax County. My g-g-g-grandparents were Benjamin Copeland (1812-aft 1880), a wheelwright, and his wife Frances (1822-aft 1880). They appear in the Warren County censuses starting in 1850.

Benjamin and Frances had the following children:

Penny (1844-?)
Martha (1845-?)
Mary Copeland (1847-bef 1900) mar Rufus RICHARDSON (1844-1921)
Harrison (1850-?)
James H. (1850-?) mar Mary
Margianne (1851-aft 1910) mar Wiley BURTON
Richardson(1851-aft1910)
Frances (1855-?) mar John Faulcon RICHARDSON (1854-?)
Benjamin (1855-bef 1901) mar Sally RICHARDSON (1858-?)
Elisha (1856-?)
Jennie (1861-?) mar Alfred COPELAND (1856-?)

Mary COPELAND and Rufus RICHARDSON had the following children:
Matthew H. (1870-1931) mar Margaret WILLIAMS, mar Lucy BURGESS
Idella Jane (1873-1958) mar James A. ALSTON
Thomas Ann (1876-1948) mar Paul Taft ALSTON
Rufus (1878-?)
Mary (1880-?)

James H. and Mary had the following children:

Jenkins (1873-?)
Leander (1875-?)
Anna (1876-?)
Robert (1878-?)

Margianne and Wiley Burton RICHARDSON had the following children:

Sarah (1873-?)
Elias (1875-?)
Alice Anna (1877-?)
Charles (1878-?) mar Annie RICHARDSON
Octavia (1880-?)
Tilman (1881-?)
Edward (1883-?)
Donie (1885-?)
Lady V. (1887-?)
Margianne(1889-?)

Benjamin and Sally RICHARDSON had the following children:

Lucy (1873-?) mar Henry SILVER
Penny (1879-?) mar
Mary (1882-?)
James (1885-?)
Louisa (1886-?)
Jesse (1888-?) mar Windsor RICHARDSON
Austin (1893-?)

ALSTON, ARTIS, AUSTIN, BURGESS, JOHNSON, RICHARDSON, STAMPER, THOMAS, WESLEY, WILLIAMS posted by Yvonne Reeves on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am descended from several different sets of WILLIAMS who were descendents of slaves.

My g-g-g-g-grandmother was Caroline WILLIAMS (1810-aft 1880). Her son Haywood(abt 1825-?) mar Caroline THOMAS (abt 1825-?) had the following children:

John Wesley WILLIAMS (1844-1925)
Sprig T. WILLIAMS (1851-1926)

These 2 brothers married 2 sisters.

John Wesley mar Sally Boyd WILLIAMS (1845-1920)and had the following children:

Eliza (1870-1942)mar Ransom A. WILLIAMS
Margaret G. (1871-abt 1897)mar Matthew H. RICHARDSON
Haywood Wesley (1872-1918)
Annette B. (1873-1956) mar Ned STAMPER
Mariah (1880-1919) mar Doctor F. BURGESS
Caroline (abt 1881-?) mar William ALSTON and then mar Mark ALSTON
Sally B. (1884-1918) mar Worth JOHNSON
John WESLEY (1887-abt 1905)

Sprig T. married Annette WILLIAMS and they had the following children:

Samuel (1874-?)
William L.(1877-?) mar Amy AUSTIN
Edward (1880-?) mar Emma P. WILLIAMS
Arthur B. (1886-1977) mar Margarite ARTIS
John W. (1887-1939) mar Rosa
Robert Lee (1890-?)
Lizabeth (1893-?)

Sally Boyd WILLIAMS who married John Wesley WILLIAMS was my g-g-grandmother. Her parents were Sprig (abt 1820-bef 1883) and Eliza WILLIAMS (1825-aft 1900). Sprig and ELiza had the following children:

Sally Boyd (1845-1920) mar John Wesley WILLIAMS Whit (1852-?)
Annette (1853-1936) mar Sprig WILLIAMS
Carrie (1847-?)
Edward C. (1858-?) mar Georgiana STAMPER
Nannie (1865-?)mar ? Newill
Corbin (1856-?)mar Olivia
Ben?

ALSTON, BOONE, COPELAND, HOWELL, RICHARDSON, SILVER, WOODARD posted by Yvonne Reeves on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

The Richardson'S I am descended from originated in Halifax County. They were free people of color. My great grandmother was Idella RICHARDSON b 1873 in Halifax Co d 1958 Warren Co. She married James ALSTON 1872-1829, a descendant of slaves.

Idella's father, Rufus b 1844 in Halifax, married Mary COPELAND and was the son of Nancy RICHARDSON b 1825 in Halifax. She was the daughter of Absalom b 1790 in Halifax, a blacksmith, and Rhoda RICHARDSON b 1796 in Edgecombe Co.

Absalom shows up in the 1850 Warren Co census. He is the owner of 1 slave. In the 1860 Warren Co census it is reported that he is a blacksmith in Grove Hill. Does anyone know if this was a section of Warren County or the name of a plantation?

Absalom and Rhoda's children:

Nancy (1825-abt 1895)
Hardy (1830-?) mar Mary SILVER
Littleton (1833-?)
I am missing possibly 8 other people that were in the house in the Halifax Co 1840 census.

Nancy's children:

Rufus G. (1844-1921) mar Mary COPELAND
Lucy Ann (1846-bef 1896) mar William H. WOODARD
Ginnie (1849-?) mar James E. HOWELL
Plummer (1852-?)
Alston (1853-?)
I do not know if Nancy was ever married.

Hardy married Mary SILVER; their children:

Sally Ann (1857-?) mar William BOONE
Lawrence (1858-?)
Absalom (1861-?) mar Hixie RICHARDSON
Matilda (1862-?) mar Ricks RICHARDSON
Mary (1864-?) mar James RICHARDSON, II.

It has been very difficult tracing the RICHARDSON'S because most of the records I am looking for are missing. There was a fire at the Halifax Co courthouse that destroyed many records.

BARTLETT, FAULKNER posted by Susan E. Schoenebeck on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Hi, I'm looking for info on BARTLETT'S of Warren Co. NC Have info which indicates that John Bartlett married a Miss FAULKNER (Priscilla ?) circa 1775. John Bartlett's father was Nathaniel.

INSCOE, LITTLE, NICHOLSON, RIGGAN, SHEARIN posted by Leah Shearin on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am trying to trace the family of Franklin Vaughan SHEARIN who was born June 21, 1892 in Warren Co. His father was Lorenzo SHEARIN who died about 1903 and his mother was Mary Frances LITTLE. Lorenzo's father was Gardiner (Gardner) Shearin and his mother is unknown. I am also tracing the family of William Iredell NICHOLSON born Ocotober 5, 1865 in Warren Co. and wife Lucy Nora INSCOE born October 24, 1875 in Warren Co. William Iredell NICHOLSON'S mother was Mary Jane Thomas and father is unknown. Lucy Nora INSCOE'S father was Henry INSCOE born July 6, 1833 and mother Sarah Elizabeth (Bettie) RIGGAN born May 17, 1840

HARRIS, LANCASTER posted by SHinker915 on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Trying to locate the parents of John J. HARRIS b. 1805-7 and mar 30 Apr 1825 to Nancy LANCASTER.

Also need Nancy's parents. She was b. abt 1810-1820.

LOCKETT, WILLIAMS posted by Gail Swain on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

William B. WILLIAMS b. circa 1805 Franklin Co. NC died 1889 Warren Co. married Eliza J. LOCKETT 1831 Mecklenburg Co. VA. Children: William F. WILLIAMS, Caroline (Carrie) WILLIAMS, Lockett WILLIAMS, Pattie Sarah WILLIAMS. Wm B WILLIAMS in Civil War in Warren Defenders. Who were his parents and sibblings?

CHEATHAM, HAWKS, KING, PASCHALL, PITCHFORD posted by Karna Webster on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

I am working on the following lines in Warren Co., NC Armistead KING b. abt 1823/25, d. 1900 and his father Charles KING William PASCHALL of the LG d. 1774 Bute/Warren Samuel PITCHFORD d. 1802 Warren Co. (was his wife Angellico CHEATHAM or was she wife of father?) HAWKS desc. of Frederick HAWKS b. 1730s VA, Rev. soldier, lived Warren Co. abt. 1800, d. GA 1830s. Researching ancestors and all Warren Co. HAWKS descendants.

HICKS, KING, PASCHALL posted by Karna Webster on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Hello Warren County researchers - I need parents of Armistead KING b. 1823-1825 Warren County, m1 Adeline PASCHALL, m2 Lucy HICKS. He died June 1900. Was orphan and no parents in guardianship papers. K. Webster

JACKSON, KING posted by Roger O. Willingham on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Bute/Warren Co. 1772: Joseph KING, son Ransom KING, and daughter Mary JACKSON the wife of Samuel JACKSON.

ARRINGTON, BURT, HARRIS posted by Ralph Wright on Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Researching the family of Joseph HARRIS d. 1783/4 in Warren Co. . Sons Joel and Amos. Any information on the wives of these Harris appreciated. Lived near the Halifax line. Associated with William BURT and James ARRINGTON.


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