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      1770 NJ Thomas Carney Mortgage
      From Carney messgs 1763
      Salem County Courthouse: Clerk's records, Mtg. Book A. p46
      Treviss Jenkins, Mortgagor to Thomas Carney, Mortgagee
      Surnames Carney, Carpenter, Garrison, Jenkins, Trenchard
      Place names Lowere Penns Neck Township, Salem County, NJ
      For the Equal half part of a Plantation in Lower Penns Neck Containing 178 acres the s'd Moity
      Bounded as followeth VIz: Beginning at a Line Tree of Daniel Garrison's Land being a Black Oak,
      Thence North West One Hundred & Sixt Seven Perches to a Cherry Tree, from thence North East
      Seventy Eight Perches to a Gum for a Corner, From Thence South East & By South Ninety Sever
      Perches to the place of Beginning, Containing Ninety Eight Acres of Land (being the Same more or less.
      The Mortgage Deed Dated the 17th Day of October Adom'1770
      The principal Sum L 130 Pro'cn Money Payable in one year with Lawfull Interest the mortgage Deed
      acknowledged the first Day of December 1770 before Preston Carpenter, Esq'r was brought to this
      office to be Recorded, & Recorded the Same day by G Trenchard




      1769 William Bean the First Permanent white settler builds a cabin on the Watauga River in NE TN. New Settlers come into the area from NC and Va (TNTL)

      JOHN CARNEY OF GA: Dec. l769: Petition of John Carney setting forth that he had been 10 years in the province and had no land granted to him and was desirous to obtain land for cultivation and l00 A on the Sattilla at a place called Maxwell's Swamp.
      1769 GA Gen. Mag Liberty County GA Deed Book DD
      P 70 William Herbert to Jacob Lewis. Deed dated Dec 7, 1769 for 250 acres in St Andrews Parish, lying on the Althamaha River, bounded northy by William Johnson, south and east by Marmaduke Perry. Witnesses: John Williams, Nehemiah Wade, JOHN CARNEY, Probated by Carney before Alexander McDonald, JP.

      1769 Natchez Petition
      1. The Natchez Court Records, 1767-1805 - Google Books Result
      May Wilson McBee - 2003 - Reference - 635 pages
      Natchez, 6 Nov. 1797. I certify at the request of Thomas Robertson that in or about the fall of 1791, I wrote a petition for a tract of land for him, ..books.google.com/books?isbn=0806314524... -
      Also Charles Simmons, Samuel Gibson, CLARK Gibson,William Brocus,Jonathan Perkins, Gabriel Gibson,
      The Kings, Justin, Richard, Caleb.
      Charles and Francis Jones came from KY 1790 (Jones mentioned in Eldergill, Land Grant)
      1769 Petion (John Parker) others has a John ?http://vidas.rootsweb.com/bri1769pet.html Natchez Petiton



      http://www.gmhope.com/galndrec/stpab42.htm
      I have been looking thru the St Phillip Grants. And I find Lewis Macktier who married Elizabeth Carney widow of John and William, had son William in FL. This Ties the Fl Carneys and GA Carneys together, They went to East Fl during the War. Also in looking at these Grants I saw Alexander Rose and a Daniel Rose, The Rose are families with TN Carney Connections, in looking at all these Grants I see many names that relate to our cousin research and some of my direct lines in MS Territory. I agree with Deb on looking at these closely, as we have been doing June.I just wish we could get some of these Carneys to test. DJ
      ST. JOHN'S ST. ANDREWS, ST. PHILLIPS, LIBERTY COUNTY.
      1762 to 1774.—Arthur Carney, John Cuthbert, Jane Carney, John Carter, Bartrarn Clark, Chas Churchhill, Chas Couper, Alex Caswell.

      Lewis Macktier St Phillip Parish Elizabeth Carney who married First John Carney than George Arons 1783 East Fl was a dau of Lewis Mattier (McTyre)
      Read a Petition of Lewis Mattier Junr setting forth that he had been some Years in the Province had had no Land
      granted him and was desirous to obtain Land for Cultivation having two Negroes Therefore praying for two
      hundred Acres on the south side of the Alatamaha at a Place called the old trading House Bluff. RESOLVED
      That on Condition only that the Petitioner doth take out a Grant for the said Land within seven Months from this
      Date and that he doth also register the said Grant in the Register's Office of the said Province within Six Months
      from the Date thereof that his Majesty may not be defrauded of his Quit Rents the prayer of the said Petition is
      granted—28 o r—voi 9




      1766 Spain Takes Formal Control of Louisiana including the Arkansas Post they were already in East FL,
      Maps http://www.state.sc.us/scdah/exhibits/cherokee/2a-CHEROKEEPEOPLE.htm

      MAp A plan of part of the rivers Tombecbe, Alabama, Tensa, Perdido, & Scambia in the province of West Florida; with a sketch of the boundary between the nation of upper Creek Indians and that part of the province which is contigious thereto, as settled at the congresses at Pensacola in the years 1765 & 1771. Collected from different surveys at the desire of the Honarable John Stuart, Esquire, sole agent and superintendant of Indian Affairs for the southern district of North America. By David Taitt. Taitt, David. Map found in the Collections of the Library of Congress Maps CREATED/PUBLISHED 171?] NOTES Scale ca. 1:126,720. Manuscript and John Stuart was the superindendent for the Southern Dept thus responsible for all the Indian Lands South of the Ohio spent his time 1765-1775 mostly based in Charleston, SC (Ref to Map of the Area National Archives we have


      Medway Church is in Liberty County; also a river and community.

      Sunbury is or was in Liberty County. It ceased to function in 1825. At one time it was a very important center. It is
      known as the birthplace of Lyman Hall. It was totally destroyed by General Sherman in 1864.
      http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/rockdale/history/other/rockdale87nms.txt




      Ga. Genealogical Mag. July 1965, # 17 page 1107: Deeds p501 Hepworth Carter of Liberty Co., planter, for himself and for his brother, Charles Carter, a minor, Executors of the will of their father, Thomas Carter, late of Lib Co, deceased, .agree to make to Arthur Carney of Sunbury a deed to 600 acres of land in St. John's Parish lying on south side of Newport River by August 4th next, and binds themselves accordingly. Instrument..dated March 4, 1778. Witnesses: John McLean, David Rees.

      1763 West Florida below 32 Parallel British Florida 1763-1783 http://www.vernonjohns.org/nonracists/jxbrfla.html
      When the English officially took over Florida in 1764, they split it into two colonies along the Apalachicola River. West Florida stretched all the way to the Mississippi and north to the Yazoo River above Natchez. East Florida included all of the peninsula to basically the northern border we have today. The capitals were located in Pensacola and St. Augustine.
      Map of LA and Florida 1763 Amplissima Regionis Mississippi. Neg 5133
      http://www.libs.uga.edu/darchive/hargrett/maps/1763h61.jpg
      A map of Georgia and Florida. Neg 4033 http://www.libs.uga.edu/darchive/hargrett/maps/1763w7.jpg

      1763 Thursday, July 28, 1763, Savannah, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings (Georgia Gazette) Notices
      I hereby acknowledge that the words I inadvertently dropped to the prejudice of the characters of Arthur
      Carney,planter, and William Baker, carpenter, in respect to their being privy to or concerned in clandestinely
      conveying away horses from the northward, is without proper foundation and I never knew anything dishonest in
      either of them (Signed) John Hobbs. St John's Parish

      1763 Vol I of Savannah Newspaper Clippings 1763-1770 Date not noted.P355
      "To be sold by the subscriber at the plantation of Arthur Carney, over the Alatamaha, a stock of cattle jointly
      belonging to the said Carney and the estate of Charles West, Esquire, deceased. Also will be sold, another
      stock of cattle belonging to the said estate. (Signed) Stephen Williams, Richard Baker, John Stewart and
      Arthur Carney Executors."
      Same Volume P 424 Whereas Daniel Dunham of St John's Parish, Arthur Carney of St Andrew's Parish,
      Benjamin Horn of Halifax, John Green of Vernonburgh, Cordwainer, John Caughlin of St George's Parish
      , James Red of Halifax, John Leek of St Matthew's Parish, Robert Dunn of St Georges Parish, James Butler of
      St Phillip's Parish, James Westley of St Andrew's Parish, Stephen Williams of St George's Parish were
      respectively drawn by ballot and suoned to appear as jurors at this Court but they did respectively neglect to
      appear at this Court. It is therefore ordered by this Court that the said several persons above named be
      respectively fined in asum not exceeding four pound sterling 19



      Thurs August 4, 1763
      Custom House Entered in Inwards
      Aug 1, Sloop two friends, Robert Lucas from Jamaica.
      Then Volume !, 1763-1770 p 355
      Bolton Vendue Masters
      To be sold by the subscriber at the plantation of Arthur Carney over the Altamaha a stock of cattle jointly belonging to the said Carney and the estate of Charles West, Esquire deceased. Also will be sold, another stock of cattle belong to the said estate. Signed Stephen Williams, Richard Baker, John Sterwart and Arthur Carney, Executors [John Stuart was the Indian Agent of that period]
      same volume p 424\Whereas Daniel Dunham of St John's Parish, Arthur Carney of St Andrew's Parish, Benhamin Horn of Halifax, John Green of Vernonburgh, cordwainer, John Caughlin of St Georg's Parish, James Red of Halifax, John Leek of St Mattew's Parish, Robert Dunn of St Georg'e Parish James Butler of St Philip's Parish, James Westley of St Andrew'sParish, Stephen Williams of St George's Parish, were respectively drawn by ballot and summoned to appear as jurors at this Court, but they did respectively neglect to appear at this Court. It is therefore ordered by this Court that the said several persons above named be respectively fined in asum not exveeding four pound sterlingSame source page 178

      American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)
      has 1 match for: Samuel Carney
      About this database Millions of records of people whose names have appeared in printed genealogical records and family histories. More information below
      Name: Samuel CARNEY Birth Date: 174? Birthplace: Virginia,
      Volume: 25 Page Number: 124
      Biographical Info: mil, priv.
      Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.): 131

      CLASS IV - Those who congratulated Earl Cornwallis, on the victory gained at Camden (13 names on both the Royal Gazette list and the C&M list).
      1. James Brisbane 2. Basil Cowper 3. Samuel Carne 4. Dr. James Clitherall 5. Jacob Deveaux
      6. Edward Fenwick 7. Dr. Alexander Garden 8. John Glen 9. Patrick Hinds 10. Charles Johnston
      11. Robert Peronneau 12. Alexander Rose 13. John Scott, son of Jonathan

      Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants: Awarded by State Governments - Page 88
      by Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck - 2005
      Carney. Andrew. NC Private. 9 Feb. 1796. 640 acres to heirs. Carney, Anthony.
      Va. ... Cams, Arthur. Md. Corporal. . 50 acres. Cams, Benjamin. Md. Private. ...
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      Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants
      Carney, Andrew, NC Private 9 Feb 1796 640 acres to heirs
      Carney, Anthony, VA Sergeant 7 Oct 1784 400 acres
      Carney, George MD Private, 50 acres
      Carney, James VA Captain 8 Feb 1848 600 acres
      Carney, James VA Captain 8 Feb 1848 3400 acres
      Carney, James Va Captain 12 Sep 1848 2000 acres
      Carney, James Va, Captain 12 Sept 1848 1400 Acres
      Carney, Martin, Va Ind Lieutenant 2156 Acres
      Carney , Martin Va Lieutenant 14 June 1783 2666 2/3 acres
      Carney, Matthew, GA Private 28 Sep 1784 230 acres
      Carney, onsby, GA Soldier 14 Sept 1784 287 1/2 acres
      Carney, Patrick N. C. Private 9 Dec 1797 640 acres
      Carney, Richard, Va Lieutenant, 14 Mar 1833 2666 2/3 acres
      Carney, Thomas MD Private to acres
      Carnine, Jeremiah Va Privat 31 Jan 1786 200 Acres
      Page 289
      Kearney, Black. NC Private. 5 Dec. 1796. 640 acres. Kearns. Francis. Md. Private. . 50 acres. (This might be Blake Kearney)
      Kearns, John. Va. Private. 20 Dec. 1784. 100 acres. .
      Kearns, Thomas MD 50 acres
      Kearny, William NC Private 12 Apr 1808 640 acres..

      Muster Rolls of Soldiers of the War of 1812
      Seventh Company, Detached from Wake Regiment
      John Carney third de


      Vol II 1774-1785
      Feb. 1774
      P14
      Robert Reid hath filed his declaration in his Majesty's Gerneral Court against Richard Brown, The defendant is ordered to appear within a year and a day, otherwise judgement by default.(Signed) James Hume, Attoryney for the Plantiff.

      To be sold, 600 acres on an island in the Savannah River, bounded southwardly on John Staley and Gotlib Staley's land. (Signed) Lewis Johnson, Provost Marshal

      ENTERED INWARD AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE
      Ship Probity, Joseph Laws, from London
      ENTERED OUTWARD
      Brig. Rebecca, Robert Rutherford, for Jamaica
      Brig. Allerton, John Anderson, for Liverpool
      Brig. Jamaica, John M'Niel, for Jamaica
      Schooner Dolphin, John Campbell for Barbados
      Sloop Endeavour, John Brown for Jamaica
      Ship Sisters, James Taylor for Cowes
      Schooner Supply, Zacheus Jones for Piscataqua
      Sloop Betsey, Joseph Adams for Barbados

      CLEARED
      Schooner Savannah Packet, John Turner, for South Carolina
      Brig Adventure Andrew Smith, for Tabago.

      Wednesday, February 16, 1774
      NOTICES
      John Eppinger wishes to settle on the first of April with the executors of George Williams, deceased, in order to close the affairs of the copartnership

      TO be sold at the Exchange in Savannah, 4 negro men, seized on execution by Lewis Johnson, Provost Marshal

      With Capt. Pray, who arrived here on Thursday last from the West Indies, came passenger James Phillips, Esquire.

      Robert Bennet, who is absent from said province, whose lands, tenements, goods and chattels are in the hamds of James Johnston, is ordered to appear in front of the court within a year and a day, at the suit of Thomas Baillie, otherwise judgement by default. (Signed) James Hume, Plaintiff's Attorney

      Samuel Carney, who is absent from said province, is ordered to appear in front of the court within a year and a day, otherwise judgement by default, at the suit of James Bruce. (Signed) James Houstoun, Plaintiff's Attorney

      Ship Probity Thomas Laws from London (Feb 12)

      Wednesday, June 8, 1774
      P49
      NOTICES
      Robert Sallet informs me of a sorrel gelding, 5 years old. The said gelding came to Ogechee Ferry while Mr. Arthur Carney was there, and when he crossed in the boat swam after him and followed him to the Musterfiled in St. John's Parish. The owner must apply to said Sallet at Mr. Williams Way's and prove the property before John Mitchell, Justice of the Peace

      The Creek Indian killed some time ago by Charles Walker it is said, was called The Buck, and it is now reported that the Big Elk has also been killed by a white man to whom he had offered some insults in the Cherokee Country. The Cherokees have put to death one of the three Indians who were concerned in the late murders, another of them made his escape, and the life of the third was saved for one of the Indians killed last summer near Broad River by Hezekiah Collins

      March 1775
      P. 118 William Adams Letter in PO.

      1775
      P 122
      To be sold at the Exchange in Savannah, 455 acres in the parish of St. Andrew, bounded northwardly by land of Angus M'Intosh, George M'Donald and Angus M'Kay (signed) Jacob Jacobs.

      To be sold at William Brown's in St. John's parish, the goods and chattel of Robert Adams, deceased. (signed) William Brown Executor

      To be sold 300 acres of land in St. Andrew's parish, bounded north-westwardly and south westwardly by land of the Hon. James Read. Esquire. Any person desirous of purchasing the same may apply to Mr. Stephen Williams at Newport, or to the subscriber in Savannah. (Signed) John Milton.

      John Jones of Sunbury was summoned to appear at court as a juor in the case wherein Benhamin Stead was plaintiff, and the executors of John Somerville were defendants. The said Jones did not appear, and is to be fined a sum not to exceed four pounds sterling.

      Monday Last the Union Society met at the house of Cuyler and chose their officers for the present year as follows: Noble Wimberly Jones, Esquire, president: William Ewen, Esquire, vie president; MR. John Bond Randell, secretary; and Mr. Oliver Bowen and Mr. John Martin, stewards.

      ENTERED INWARD AT THE CUSTOME HOUSE
      April 21, Ship Georgia Packet, George Anderson, from Portsmouth.

      ENTERED OUTWARD
      Brigantine Rebecca, Robert Rutherford, for Jamica.
      Ship Georgia Packet, George Anderson, for /London

      CLEARED
      April 24, Sloop Montreal, James Neill, for Barbados

      Wednesday, May 17, 1775
      NOTICES
      To be sold at the plantation of Michael Rieser, deceased, in St. Matthew's parish, the personal estate of the said deceased. (Signed) David Steiner, John Wertsch, Executors.

      To be sold at the Exchange in Savannah, 1 negro fellow, late the property of Arthur Carney.
      Also, a moiety or half part of the schooner Sapelo Packet, late the property of Samuel Pryce. The whole seized on execution by Lewis Johnston, Provost Marshal

      Edward Telfair versus Robert Hatcher: I have attached 760 acre sin the parish of St. Paul originally grante dot the above named ?Hatcher, his heirs and assigns; also 380 acres bounded west by land of Stephen Herd: 380 acres bounded northwest by land of Timothy Barnard, southwest by land of John Robinson (Signed)Lewis Johnston, Provost Marshal

      Wednesday, October 11, 1775
      Dropped or mislaid the 3rd instant, a newspaper in which were wrapped up about 50 shillings or 3 pounds, in paper money. (Signed) Thomas Moodie


      Savannah, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings (Georgia Gazette) Grand Jurors of East Fl appeared Andrew Turnbull, Thomas Clark. Wednesday, Feb 7, 1776 Notices. We hear that Lachlan M'Intosh, Esquire, is elected Colonel of the Battalion to be raised for the protection and defence of this province, Samuel Elbert, Esquire, LT Col:Joseph Habersham, Esquire, Major; Francis Henry Harris, Captain of the First company; John Habersham, First Lieutenant; Oliver Bowen, Captain of the Second Company; George Handley, First Lieutenant; John M'Intosh, Jr, Captain of the Third Company, Lachlan, M'Intosh, Jr, First Lieutenant; Arthur Carney, Captain of the Fourth Company; Benjamin Odingsell, First Lieutenantl; Thomas Chisolm, Captain of the fifth Company, Caleb howell, First Lieutenant;John Green, Captain of the Sixth Company, Ignatius Few, First Lieutenant, Chesley Bostick, Captain of the Seventh Company, John Martin, First Lieutenant, Jacob Colson, Captain of the Eight Company; Shadrach Wright, First Lieutenant. 19

      Notices
      We hear that Lachlan M'Intosh, Esquire, is elected Colonel of the Battalion to be raised for the protection and defence of this province; Samuel Elbert, Esquire, Lieutenant Colonel: Joseph Habersham, Esquire, Major; Francis Henry Harris, Captain of the First Company, John Habersham, First Lieutenant, Oliver Bowen, Captain of the Second Company' George Handley First Lieutenant: John M'Intosh Jr, Captain of the Third Company, Lachlan M'Intosh, Jr First Lieutenant, Arthur Carney, Captain of the Fourth Company, Benjamin Odingsell, First Lieutenant;Thomas Chisolm, Captain of the Fifth Company, Caleb Howell, First Lieutenant; John Green Captain of the Sixth Company,Ignatius Few First Lieutenant, Chesley Bostick, Captain of the Seventh Company, John Martin, First Lieutenant; Jacob Colson, Captain of the Eight Company, Shadrach Wright, First Lieutenant.
      Return of the Georgia Battalion ordered to be raised for the protection and defence of the Province of GA Feb 16, 1776
      Colonel Lachlan McIntosh Major Joseph Habersham
      Lieut. Col Samuel Elbert
      First Company
      Captain, Francis Henry Harris Second Lieut John Jenkins
      First Lieut, John Habersham Ensign John Rae
      Second Company
      Captain Oliver Rowen Second Lieut John Berrian
      First Lieu George Henley Ensign----
      Third Company
      Captain John McIntosh Second Lieut. Francis Arthur
      First Liut, Lachlan McIntosh Engisn John Morrison
      Fourth Company
      Captain Arthur Carney Ensign John Milton
      First Lieut Benjamin Odinsell
      Second Lieut. John Eman
      Fifth Company
      Captain Thomas Chisholm Second Liut. Daniel Cuthbert
      First Liet, Caleb Howell Ensign William McIntosh
      Sixth Company
      Captain John Green Second Liut ------
      First Lieut, Ignatius Few
      Seventh Company
      Captain, Chesley Bostick Second Lieut---
      First Lieut. John Martin
      Eighth or Rifle Company
      Captain Jacob Colson
      First Lieut Shadrach Wright
      Second Lieut George Walton.

      In forwarding a copy of this document and return to General George Washington, Commander-in-chief- of the American Forces on the 16th of Febraury, 1776, Colonel Lachlan McIntosh…
      .. Page 209 John Mclntosh, Jr., captain, and Lachlan mcintosh, Jr., first lieutenant, of the third company. Arthur Carney, captain, and Benjamin ...
      Page 217 Ensign, John Morrison. Captain, John mcintosh. I Second Lieut., Francis Arthur. Fourth Company. Captain, Arthur Carney. ...
      Page 275 Their crews captured and carried away Captain Arthur Carney, five citizens, several negroes, and as much household furniture as could be conveyed in the ...
      The Papers of Henry Laurens: January 6, 1776-November 1, 1777 By Henry Laurens google books

      The History of Georgia By Charles C[olcock] Jones
      Page 162 ^Arthur Carney, captain in the First Georgia Regiment, was taken prisoner at St. Simon's Island. Ga., in August 1777 and subsequently joined the British. ...
      Page 596 1776 Dr: The Publick of Georgia To Henry Laurens Esqr Ap1 6lh To 4 Barrels Rice by Capt: Carney Nt: W: ...
      Page 620 ... Carney, Arthur, 162, 596
      Militiamen, Rangers, and Redcoats: The Military in Georgia, 1754-1776 By James Michael Johnson google Books
      Page 137 93;White Historical Collections for an insight into recruiting, see
      Arthur Carney to Colonel Mclntosh, 24 March 1776, Parsons MSS; also see Colonel Stephen Bull to Mr. Henry Laurens, ...


      Coast of South Carolina and Georgia http://www.libs.uga.edu/darchive/hargrett/maps/1780w5.jpg
      GA Battles Savannah (Brewton Hill), GA 12/29/1778
      Burke County Jail [Skirmish], GA 1/1779
      Fort Morris (Sunbury), GA 1/6-9/1779
      Augusta [British occupy], GA 1/29/1779
      Carr's Fort (Car's Fort), GA 2/10/1779
      Kettle Creek, GA 2/14/1779
      Briar Creek (Brier Creek), GA 3/1-3/1779
      Hickory Hill, GA 6/28/1779
      Savannah, GA 9/16/1779
      Savannah [Siege of], GA 9/23/1779 - 10/20/1779
      Savannah [Assault on], GA 10/9/1779
      Ogeechee Ferry, GA 4/4/1780
      Cherokee Hill, near Savannah, GA 5/8/1780
      Forts Grierson and Cornwallis (Augusta), GA 9/14-18/1780
      White House (Augusta?), GA 9/15/1780
      Augusta-Fort Cornwallis, GA 5/24/1781
      Augusta-Forts Cornwallis and Grierson [Siege of], GA 4/16/1781- 6/5/1781
      Augusta-Forts Cornwallis and Grierson [Surrender of], GA 6/5/1781
      Ogeechee Ferry [Skirmish], GA 11/2/1781
      Fort Howe Along the Altamaha River, Fort Howe had been called Fort Barrington. Key fort during the American Revolution. Its capture by Thomas Brown and his Florida Rangers during the

      Savannah Georgia Newspaper Clippings Georgia Gazette
      Vol II. 1774-1785
      Thursday Sept 7, 1780
      Notice is hereby given to all persons having demands against Arthur Carney, late of said County, deceased, to present them to me properly made out, within the time prescribed by law, so as to show their character and amount. And all persons indebted to said deceased are herey required to make immediate payment (Signed) Joseph Law, Administrator.

      The indulgence already granted by the subscriber to his debtors in this province has been such that they cannot expect continuance of it. Such who fail to discharge their accounts before the first of October next will be sued immediatel. (Signed John Wallace. Mr. William Wallace is empowered to act for him in his absence.

      The Provost Marshal of the Province of Georgia did attach the lands , tenements, goods, chattels, monies, debts and books of account, of the several defendants in said causes, who are absent from said province:
      Samuel Douglass versus John Harn, William Graves, Sir Patrick Houstoun, John Martin, William O' Bryen, James Butler, John Houstoun, Robert Hudson, Hepworth Carter; Richard Martin versus John M'Lea: Alexander Inglis, Executor, versus John Martin, George Walton, Samuel Elbert; Ann Cuthbert versus Jseph Clay; Hall, executor fo Gwinnet versus Joseph Gibbons and William Gibbons.


      VOl II 1774-1785
      Stolen by a party of plunders on the evening of the 22nd last month, out of the Rev Edward Jenkins' plantation on the Horse Shoe Savannah, SC, 3 horse. Whoever brings the said horses to Edward Jenkins at the Horse Shoe will receive 20 guineas reward.P 195

      Thursday January 18, 1781
      NOTICES
      To be sold at publick vendue at the plantation occupied by Mr. Philip Good near Sunbury, in the parish of St. John, several valuable negroes belonging to the estate of Arthur Carney, deceased, amongst which are some handy house wenches. (Signed) Joseph Law, Acting Executor

      Wanted to hire by the year or job, a man who understands making pitch, tar and turpentine. Apply to
      Nathaniel Hall, Morton Hall.


      March 1781
      Ran away from the subscriber, a negro fellow named Dick, formerly the property of Arthur Carney, deceased,
      Had on a pair of new yellow cloth soldiers breeches, a new felt hat and oznabrig shirt, homespun jacket, speaks very bad English, probably cannot tell his master's name, was at Mr. Good's plantation at South Newport 10 days ago, and which he then left in company with his wife and a child a month old, and a negro fellow named Morris. Deliver him to Mr. Rolfes at Ogechee Ferry or at Ebenezer to Jacob Buhler

      Came to my plantation on Great Ogechee the 3rd of March, 2 negroes, both of the Ebo Country who say they belong to James Stanyard at Stono in South Carolina and that they have been run away a long time. One is a small black fellow named Billy, 35 years old, the other a stout yellow wench named Sue, 35 years of age. (Signed) James Butler at Ogechee

      Ran away from the subscriber between Pensacola and the lower Creeks, a negro fellow, country born, 18 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, formerly belonged to James M'Queen, trader in the lower Creeks, deceased, and known by the name of Glasgow, carried off a very neat rifle gun belonging to the subscriber, a dun mare belonging to the late Mr. David Holms and Co, merchants in Pensacola. It is supposed the said negro has made the best of his way for Georgia. I offer a reward of 10 dollars to any person who will take up the negro and deliver him to me or Mr. Robert Holms (Signed) George Nowlan, Pensacola


      Wednesday, Feb 7, 1776 p 178
      We hear that Lachlan McIntosh. Esquire iselected Colonel of the Battalio to be raised for the protection and defence of this province. Samuel Elbert, Esquire, LT Co l. Joseph Habersham. Esquire, Major: Francis Henry Harris, Captain of the First Commpany: John Habersam,First LieutenantL Oliver Bowen, Captain of the Second Company: George Handley. First Lieutenant: John Mc'Intosh, JR. Captain of the Third Company: Lachlan M'cIntosh, JR. First Lieutenant: Arthur Carney, Captain of the Fourth Compan: Behnamin Odingsell, First Lietenant, Thomas Chosolm, Captain of the fifth Company, Caleb Howell, First Lietenan, John Green, Captain of the Sixth Company, Ignatius Few, First Lieutenant, Chesley Bostick, Captain of the SEventh Company, John Martin, First Lieutenant, Jacob Colson, Captain of the Eight Company, Shadrach Wright, First Lieutenant. {Martin is a name assoc with Bonner form GA)

      VOl II 1774-1785
      Stolen by a party of plunders on the evening of the 222nd last month, out of the Rev Edward Jenkins' plantation on the Hourse Shoe Sacannah, SC, 3 horse. Whoever brings the said horses to Edward Jenkins at the Horse Shoe will recieve 20 guineas reward.P 195

      Thursday, August 2, 1781p 236
      Notices
      To be sold to the highest bidder, for cash, under attachment from the Majesty's General Court of the province of Georgia, the undermentioned property, viz {A Long List for now I will just note]:
      Kelsall and another, survivors V James Dunwoody, 500 acres in the parish of St John Joining lands of Josiah Bacon..... The same v Charles Starkey Middleton, 1500 acres in the parishes of St Andrew and ST John, late the property of William Jones 300 acres near Sunbury formerly occupied by Arthur Carney
      [Jones Bonner Connection] ..The same V John Baker, Sr 1000 acres in the parish of St John, joining lands of William Baker and John Stacey...
      ..The same v Thomas Shepherd, 200 acres in the parish of St John, joining lands of John Winn, Jr. Spalding and another v Richard Cooper. ...
      The same v William Baker, 100 acres in the parish of St John joining lands of Simon Munro and William Leconte...
      Graham and others v survivors John Jones and CO Johston, Esquire, v Minis, house and lot in Savannah adjoing a lot of Gershon Cohen...
      [Middleton is the Family of Carol Middleton a decend of the McGillvery we see mentioned with Carney in the Creeks. area on the Tombigbee where we see, Yates, Hollinger, Carney etc areas we have looked at that time period] There is a lot more refer to scan I sent. sometime

      Same Source page 340 for years of This is the one that I needed the dates big time
      House of Assembly )Thomas Law married Margaret in 1789 Midway Church,
      no 107 frm Joseph Law, in favour of Arthur Carney's children, requesting a part of their father's property, which was sold by the commissioners of confiscated estates, might be restored for the support of the orphans. Resolved, that two thirds of the estate of Arthur Carney to be given up to his two orphan children, Jeremiah and Margaret, subject to the payment of a proportinalte part of his debts.
      [the thing is Hoke and Louis Leflore are usually listed with dau one name Margaret.in the church
      records. Maybe I should get a copy. This is pos, the same Hokey mother of Jerry]
      [And also need to understand that the LAW name is the one that had a lease to settle the French Colony for the french. Called the Mississippi Bubble. I will send you a post I found on that.to understand.


      Thursday, October 25, 1781
      NOTICES p.251
      Superfine Philadelphia flour to be sold by James Wilson at Smith Clarendon's in Broughton Street

      Ran away from the subscriber's plantation near Thunderbolt, 2 negro men, purchased at the sale of the estate of the late Mr. John Greene, deceased, both country born, black complexions, speak good English; one named Roger, near 50 years old, a little knock-kneed, slim made, round shouldered, 5 feet 8 inches high, has a wide mouth, speaks fast, shewing his teeth, which are remarkably long; the other named Cordelio, 20 years old, very likely, slim made, a little bow legged, 5 feet 5 inches high, speaks slow, of a pleasing countenance, and whose moter lives in Savannah at Mrs. Farquhar's. Any person who delivers them, without being maimed or otherwise rendered incapable of labour, to the subscriber within 6 weeks of this date, shall be paid 10 guineas for Roger and 20 guineas for Cordelio. (Signed) John Mullryne, Bonaventure

      1783
      …William Gibbbons, Jr. were elected representatives in the county of Chatham in the House of Assembly, in the room of William Maxwell, Thomas Netherclift, Nathaniel Adams and William Bryan, Esquires, whose seats were vacater.

      Thursday, February 6, 1783
      HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
      On the 31st ultimo The House of Assembly appointed the following officers for the present year, viz George Walton, Esquire, Chief Justice; Samuel Stirk, Esquire, Attorney General; John Martin, Esquire, Treasurer; Major Richard Call, Surveyor General; John Milton, Esquire, Secretary; Joseph Woodruff, esquire, Collector of the Town and Port of Savannah; Mr. John Lawson, Jr., Collector of the Town and Port of Sunbury; Mr. George Jones, Register of Probate for Chatham County; Mr. Bernard Heard, Register of Probate for Wikles County; Mr. John Appling, Register of Probate for Richmond County; Mr. Daniel Mc'Murphy, Register of Probate for Burke County; Mr. Theophilus Lundy, Register of Probate for Effingham County,; and Mr. Thomas Baker, Register of Probate for Liberty County.

      Sundry petitions were presented and read, ordered to be delivered for the committee on petitions, Viz.
      From John Jones praying that the House will account with him for the damage he sustained by Daniel Howell and for other services rendered by him to the state.
      From William Jones, with an affidavit of sundry receipts forprovisions furnished this state, which he was robbed of, praying for relief.
      From Rebecca Nichols, praying for relief in her present situation, and that the effects of her former husband, who died in the service of this state, sould be taken by persons who had no legal claim or demad against her second usband, who was killed by the Liberty People, April, 1782

      From Hugh Alexander, Samuel Gordon, and Samuel Gibson, praying to be discharge from the Georgia regiment

      From Sarah Davis, praying for relief, has her husband, who had devoted the chief of his time to the publick services of this state, and was inhumanly murdered by the Tories, enemies of this state, and relief from an obligation given by her deceased husband gave for some things purchased at the sales of sequestered estates

      Praying that Thomas Yarbrough be discharged from the Georgia Regiment

      From Joseph Law, executor of Arthur Carney, Sr., deceased, praying that the orphans may not be charged
      With the fault of the parent, and grant them relief in their present case.

      Petitions from John Jones, James M'Kay were referred to the decisions of the House
      (6-19-1783p. 292 Liberty Maj Phillip Lowe to Mrs. Jones widow of John Jones Esq.)

      Petitions from Thomas Polhil, Hugh Alexander, Samuel Gordon, Samuel Gibbons, Matthew Meik, John Penrose, Matthew Wyncauf, Christopher Buntz, John lowrman, George Gnam, Nathaniel Ott, Michael Mock, Eve Harbour, Jonathan Rahn, George Bechtly, Jacob Metzgar and Margaret Metzgar, of the Georgia Batallion, not granted.

      1779
      P275
      VESSELS ARRIVED AT THIS PORT
      Sloop Christiana, John Gibson
      Sloop Littlejohn John Turner, from New Providence

      Thursday. June 19, 1783
      NOTICES
      Francis Lewis begs leave to inform the publick that he has opened a tavern in the house lately occupied by Mr. Allison near the publick wharf.

      Signed by Raymond Demere, Prospect Hill, Burks County, (regarding Slaves formerly Belonged to Frederick ROlfes, Peter, Cowley, Ceasar.

      Thursday, September 11, 1783
      A List of persons on the Bill of Attainder, banishment and confiscation, passed at Augusta in the state of Georgia on the 4th day of May, 1782, and of our soveignty and independence the sixth, to wit:
      Online here :
      Noted James Robertson, T. Brown, Will. M'Intosh, J. W. Williams, John Roberson,Joseph Cornals, John Graham,W., Jones, W. M'Gillivray, William Panton, Alexander Rose, J M"Gillvray, James Spaulding, D. B. M'Intosh, Ar. Carney Jr., William Clark, H Cooper Sr.,William Knox, Thomas Skinner, William Miller, R Demere Jr., George Aarons, H. Cooper Jr. L M"Gillivray, L. Johnston, Sr. Tho. Gibbons, Thomas Ross, James Graham, Thomas Forbes, Donald Fraser, Rd. M'Intosh, William Ross, William Cooper,John Martin Jekyl, M Weatherford, Richard Bailey,And. M'Neilly, John Brown, Sam. Williams,C. Weatherford, John Maxwell, James Lyle, Th. Rutherford, Henry Williams, J Weatherford, T. Taylor, David Green,

      1784
      Will be sold at publick auction at the plantation of the late William Davis, Esquire, deceased, at Ogechee, a number of valuable negroes, late the property of the said deceased. (Signed) George Jones, Administrator.

      All persons indebted to the estate of Henry Clark, deceased, are requested to make immediate payment. (Signed) Margaret Clark, James Storie, Executors.

      Grand Jury, Liberty Superior Court
      I, We present Samuel Saltus, Esquire of Justice of the Peace for this county, for not lodging with the Attorney General such information as was necessary to enable him to proceed in a prosecution against Patrick Welch for ths supposed murder of Robert Adams, a citizen of this county.
      Joseph Law, William Baker, Jr and Sr. James Maxwell, Nathan Taylor others. P314

      Jan 1784
      HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
      Last Thursday the Honourable the House of Assembly met here, when James Habersham, Esquire, was unanimously chosen Speaker. The House proceeded to the choice of a Governor and John Houstoun was elected. The Executive Council was chosen, composed of the follwing gentlemen:
      Major Philip Low, James Maxwell, Liberty County, John Green, Burke County; George Walton, Daniel Coleman, Wilkes County, James M'Niel, Zechariah Fann, Richmond County: William Stephens, Major John Habersham, Chatham County; Jenkin Davis, John Spencer, Effigham County
      On Friday Gen. Elbet, William houstoun, Edward Telfair, Col. Joseph Habersham were elected delegates to represent the state in the Congress of the United States. Major John Habersham was chosen Presiden and David Rees Secretary, b the Executive Council

      Thursday, January 22, 1784
      On the 2nd day of July, 1782, I gave to Mr. Thomas Cooper two notes of hand. Said notes were given on certain conditions, but he failing in the performace thereof, the said notes are become null and void.(Signed) Raymond Demere.

      March
      Will be sold at Mr. Savage's Back Plantation on Ogechee, part of the personal estate of Elisha Butler, Esquire, deceased, consisting of a number of valuable negroes. (Signed) James Butler, Administrator

      SAVANNAH NEWS
      At the last Superior Court held for the county of Chatham, Thomas Jones was tried and ofund guilty of felony, and ordered to be transmitted for seven years.

      Thursday, March 18, 1784
      NOTICES.
      Will be sold at the vendue house in Savannah, plantations or tracts of land late belonging to persons named or comprehended in the Act of Confiscation and Banishment, that is to day:
      150 acres late John Proctor upon Palmetto Branch ran by Lewis Muttier.
      500 acres late James Spalding's on White Post Creek adjoining land of Jacob Moore on the south, David Fitzgerald on the north.


      "Notices Savanannah GA Gazette VOlume III 1786-1792
      Thursday May 10, 1792
      TO be sold, Black Island, at the mouth of the Alatamaha,1,000 acres, with dwelling house:100 acres originally granted to Arthur Carney on Maxwell's Swamp, Liberty County, 200 acres originally granted to William Swinton, on a branch of the Bufflo Swamp in the county of Glynn. For further particulars apply to the subscriber on Sapelo River , or to Mr Stephen Eiler at North Newport Bridge (signed) W. M'Intosh

      another day?
      To be sold on easy terms, the following lands, viz. Black Island at the mouth of the Alatamaha containing 1000 acres of wood and marsh. 100 acres originally granted to Arthur Carney on Maxwell's swamp, Liberty County; 200 acres originally granted to William Swinton, situated on a branch of the Buffalo Swamp, Glynn County. For further particulars apply to the subscriber on Sapelo River or to MR. Stephen Files at North Newport Bridge. (signed) W. M 'Intosh


      Savannah, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings (Georgia Gazette)
      May 1793
      Legal Notices.
      Georgia, Glynn County; Lachlan M'Intosh, having in proper form applied to me for permanent letters of Administration on the estate of John M'Intosh, Jr. late of said county, deceased, unadministered by Mr. Duncan Manson, late of the county of Glynn, deceased, this is to cite all and singular the creditors and next of kin of said deceased, to be and appear at my office within the time prescribed by law, and show cause, if any they can, why letters of admininistration should not be granted.
      Witness my hand and official signature
      (Signed) John W. Graves, Ordinary

      SHERRIFF'S SALES
      Georgia, Liberty County: To be sold at the Courthouse in Sunbury, 300 acres on Bulltown Swamp, bounding on the west by lands of Robert Holms, north by lands of Thomas Young, on the east by lands of William West. Most of this tract is rice lands, part of which is planted by Mr. Thomas Bradwell.
      1100 acres in Glynn County, known by the name of Cabbage Point, bounding south on Turtle River, east on Buffalo River, West by Green's Creek, northwest by lands of Arthur Carney, north by vacant lands, and on all sides of a tract of 300 acres originally surveyed for Robert Savage: Seized and taken under execution as the property of William West.
      (Signed) Henry Wood, Sheriff of Liberty County.

      Savannah, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings (Georgia Gazette) Vol IV 1793-1799
      May 1793
      Legal Notices.
      Georgia, Glynn County; Lachlan M'Intosh, having in proper form applied to me for permanent letters of Administration on the estate of John M'Intosh, Jr. late of said county, deceased, unadministered by Mr. Duncan Manson, late of the county of Glynn, deceased, this is to cite all and singular the creditors and next of kin of said deceased, to be and appear at my office within the time prescribed by law, and show cause, if any they can, why letters of admininistration should not be granted.
      Witness my hand and official signature
      (Signed) John W. Graves, Ordinary

      SHERRIFF'S SALES
      Georgia, Liberty County: To be sold at the Courthouse in Sunbury, 300 acres on Bulltown Swamp, bounding on the west by lands of Robert Holms, north by lands of Thomas Young, on the east by lands of William West. Most of this tract is rice lands, part of which is planted by Mr. Thomas Bradwell.
      1100 acres in Glynn County, known by the name of Cabbage Point, bounding south on Turtle River, east on Buffalo River, West by Green's Creek, northwest by lands of Arthur Carney, north by vacant lands, and on all sides of a tract of 300 acres originally surveyed for Robert Savage: Seized and taken under execution as the property of William West.
      (Signed) Henry Wood, Sheriff of Liberty County.p 121

      August 1793
      SHERRIFF's Sale
      1100 acres in Glynn County, known by the name of Cabbage Point, bounding northwest by lands of Arthur Carney, originally surveyed for Robert Savage.
      Tract in Midway, Liberty County, bounding eastwardly on lands belonging to the estate of John Elliott, Esquire, deceased, southwardly by lands belonging to the estate of Raymond Demere, Esquire deceased, westwardly on land of John Baker, deceased, seized and taken under execution as the property of Joseph Plummer.
      (Signed) Henry Wood., Sheriff Liberty County.

      All persons indebted to the late house of John Jones & CO., of which Gideon Dupont, deceased, was the surviving copartner, are requested to apply to the subscribers on or before the first day of November next, for the purpose of settling or securing the debts of the said copartnership.
      (Signed) James Habersham, George Woodruff.

      Wanted, an overseer, to attend a rice plantation about 2 miles form North Newport Bridge. No person need apply unless he is a single mand and well recommende,d to whom generous wages will be given (signed) Joseph Gibbons, Liberty County.

      A gun belonging to the subscriber was stolen out of the Filature last Saturday evening, supposed to be taken by some negro, as several were seen lurking about the foor. (Signed) J. Turner.

      August 1793
      MARRIED
      At Augusta, Mr. Angus Dallas to Miss Elizabeth Cooper, daughter of Mr. Annanise cooper.

      Thursday, September 5, 1793

      A GENERAL RETURN OF DEFAULTERS IN CHATHAM COUNTY FOR 1793
      Partials noted. Djt.
      Savannah
      James Bell, William Behn, John Cole, Peter Carr, Laurence Cummings p47
      William Stafford,Richard Brown,Ephraim Simmons,Henry Williams, Thomas Gibbons, Jr. James Nelson, Sarah Moore, John Taylor, John Anderson, John Wilson, John Taylor, Peter Doughterty, James Jonson, William Johnson, Samuel King, WIliam Campbell, Richard Morgan, Henry Anderson, William Smith, Talmage Hall, James Wilson, joseph Clark, Charles Walker, John Karr, Josiah Nichols, Clark Brown, Thomas Gibbons, Rosanna Hirshman,John Glass, Robert Bell, Austin Anderson p48
      Lewis Rose, John Williams, John ANdeosn, Joseph Turner

      Sea Islands
      John Turner, William Anderson, Henry M'Intosh, Thomas Jones, Estmore Doughty, Daniel Gibson
      White Bluff
      Edmund Adams, John Campbell, William Harris, Nathaniel Adams, JR. John J. miller, James Adams,
      Cherokee Hill
      Joseph Gibbons,Peter Davis
      Little OGechee
      John Taylor, James Gunnp 49


      Savannah Georgia, Newspaper Clippings, Georgia Gazette Vol IV 1793-1799
      8-7-1794 Glynn County
      200 acres adjoining lands of Campbell Laetter on the Buffalo Swamp, late the property of John H. Williams
      350 acres on the river Alatamaha, bounded southerly by land granted to John Colwell and land granted William M" Tosh, westerly by land granted William Harvey, sold as the property of John Graham
      150 acres sold as the property of Arthur Carney; 300 acres, bounded southereasterly by land of Michael Hovelm; 1000 acres near Brunswick, bounded part easterly and westerly by lands of James Spalding, northerly by land of Henry Laurens, south by land vacant, sold as the property of John Graham.
      Lots No. 24, 25, in Brunswick, late Sir James Wright's
      Lot No 177 in Brunswick, late the property of Alexander Inglis
      400 acres on the Altamaha River, sold as the property of Arthur Carney.
      500 acres on the fresh marshes of Alligator, adjoining land of William Williamson, sold as the property of James Spalding; 1000 acres on the Alatamaha adjoining College lands on the east, Stephen Williams on th west, opposite Barrington, river swamp, sold as the property of Simon Munro
      500 acres on Carney's Swamp, sold as the property of James Spalding.
      99 acres sold as the property of Arthur Carney
      1500 acres, late the property of John Graham, formerly granted to Thomas Middleton of South Carolina, bounded at the time of survey on the east by Arthur Middleton's land
      1000 acres near Brunswick, bounded part easterly and westerly by land of James Spalding, northerly by land of Henry Laurens, sold as the property of John Graham
      Lot 29 in Brunswick, Late James Graham's
      500 acres on Turtle Rive,r sold as the property of Arthur Carney.
      20000 acres bounded west by Lachlan MGillivray, east by land of Sir James Wright and Roger Kellsall sold as the property of James Graham.
      50 acres on Turtle River, surrounded on the north by land belonging to James McKay, knonby the name of the Hermitage
      (Signed) Josiah Tatnall, Jr. Nicholas Long, Philip Clayton, COmmissiners.
      P124 partial list

      Thursday, August 14, 1794
      GRAND JURY, Chatham Superior Court
      James Robertson, George Anderson partial
      LEGAL NOTICES
      Upon the petition of his Excellency the Governor praying the foreclosure of the equity of redemption of all 200 acres in Camden County, sold as the property of Arthur Carney, mortgaged by the said Richard Howly to the Governor for the time being, and his successors in office for the security of a sum of Money contained in a bond from the said Howly.

      Savannah Georgia Newspaper Clippings (Georgia Gazette)
      Vol IV 1793-1799
      Friday March 2, 1798

      All members in arrears to Hiram's Lodge No. 2 are requested to call on the subscriber before the 28th instant and discharge their respective accounts. By order of the Worshipful Master,
      Norman Macleod, Treasurer.

      Lost, a small pocketbook containg a bond from William Richardson to the subscriber and James Jones. A rewad of $2.00 will be paid on its being delivered to Mr. Murphey, or Mr. Burril Richardson in Savannah. (Signed) Francis Jones

      SHERIFF'S SALES
      Georgia, Liberty County: Sheriff Sales-On first Tuesdy in April next, will be sold at the court house in the town of Riceborough, within the usal hours of slae, the following property, to wit:
      400 acres, bounded north and northeast by lands of the estate of Stevens and estate of Summer, eastwardly by lands of William Bacon and Thomas Young, on all other sides by William Jones. 130 acres, bounded southwast by lands of the estate of Thomas Quarerman, Sr., on all sides by the said William Jones. 150 acres, bounded northwest by William Jones. 250 acres, bounded southwest and northwest by Josiah Powell and AUdley Maxwell, northwest by Thomas Carter; 1320 acres adjoining each other, bounded southwest by lands o fJames and Jonathan Cochran, eastwardly by lands of Thomas Bacon, on all other sides by William Jones. All the above tracts contain 1150 acres. On the premises are a good dwelling house, barn and other necessary out buildings, put up by Roger Parker Saunders of late years. 500 acres in Glynn County, bounded northeast by Charles West, northwest by Arthur Carney's land; seized and taken under and by virture of an execution as the property of William Jones, Esquire, late of Liberty County, deceased, at the suit of Edward Telfair, Esquire.p321

      William Adams, Master Ship Nancy 8=1798

      CLAIMS IN FLORIDA (American State Papers P 262 Alpha List William Carney on 2 page
      Charles Seton , William Carney http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsp&fileName=030/llsp030.db&Page=671

      1791 NO 54—See Report No1 American State Papers Charles Seaton former Land William Carney nephew of Trader


      1792 Treaty with the Illinois Indians ASP http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsp&fileName=007/llsp007.db&Page=319

      1793 Richard Brashears was made Commander of Ft Tombecbe (now called Ft Confederation )having come from serving with General George Rogers Clark Illinois Regiment, Also serving Crocketts Regiment was John Kearney (see under 1779-1780 )
      Richards Land was 160 acres of land 2d quality situate on the West side oTombigbee River, on the Sunflowere Creek with 6 dwelling houses 30 feet by 16—18 by 16—20 by 16—26 by 26—18 by 10 --& 20 by 16—11 outhouses and 15 acres of improved land thereon, assessed to 6 dollars per acre $960,0,2,30,$300,$1260.


      Turnbull Papers of Panton and Leslie http://microformguides.gale.com/SearchForm.asp
      Author: Panton, William. Title: Letter (English). Publishing Information: Pensacola. Date: 1792, Nov. 6
      Additional Information: To: Carondelet, Baron de; Abstract: Agrees to lessen amount of liquor Indians receive. Complains about Turnbull. Says when Turnbull, Mathers and Strothers and John Joyce had the trade until 1788. They managed it terribly and so Panton legally got it. Now Turnbull is violating Panton's rights. Panton will wait on application about Walnut Hills; Source: ETHS, Publ. XXVIII, 132-3.
      Collection Subject : History, General North America Reel: 7
      Author: Forbes, John. Title: Letter (English). Publishing Information: Mobile. Date: 1792, Oct. 31
      Additional Information: To: Carondelet, Baron de; Abstract: Wants Carondelet's help to stop Mr. Turnbull's underhand trade. Turnbull has purchased a plantation at Baton Rouge and intends to trade there too. He has also visited Choctaws and Chickasaws to win trade. Forbes says Indians flee from one debt to another, so this is bad; Source: ETHS Pubs, XXVIII, 131; AGI PC 203; West Papers.
      Collection Subject : History, General North America Reel: 7
      One letter (1792) from James Robertson (1742-1814), pioneer and founder of Nashville (originally called Nash Borough), concerns a Creek Indian uprising near Nashville. Letters (1785-1796) by Walter Turnbull in Nassau and Long Island are addressed to John Turnbull in the Chickasaw Nation, New Orleans, and Mobile. They include copies of correspondence received by Walter from agents in London, chiefly William Wilton. Walter's letters discuss cotton planting in Nassau and encourage John Turnbull and John Joyce to purchase land there. III. Legal documents, 1771-1922 (54 items)
      Summary: Documents related to the Turnbull, Bowman, Pirrie, and Gray families. Includes Turnbull family legal agreements and suits; documents related to activities of Ruffin Gray and James Pirrie as alcaldes under Spanish governance of Louisiana; and land titles, mortgages, and oil leases of the Bowman family.
      Legal documents (some in Spanish and French) primarily document interests of the Pirrie, Gray, and Bowman families but include agreements (1791, 1795) of John Turnbull and Michael Stoner and suits (1855, 1878) of Martha and Daniel Turnbull http://www.lib.lsu.edu/special/findaid/t4452.html
      V. Manuscript volumes, 1793-1944 (46 volumes)
      Volumes contain records of crops produced, statements of account, lists of renters on plantations, records of hours worked by laborers, and plantation and household memoranda. The earliest volume (1793-1798) is a ledger containing accounts of John Turnbull. Other ledgers (1871-1935, kept chiefly by James P. Bowman) contain accounts of sales and purchases and records of cotton and other crops grown on Rosedown, Inheritance, and Hazelwood plantations





      1793 The Spanish influence was at its zenith among southern Indians. Choctaws, Cherokees, Creeks and
      Chickasaws met the Spaniards at Los Nogales on October 28. Franchimastabe led the Choctaw delegation. The four nations signed the Treaty of Fort Nogales, a defensive and offensive treaty with Spain.
      May 10: A treaty was signed at Boucfouca that ceded several Choctaw areas on the Tombigbee River where the Spanish built Fort Confederation and established a trading Post
      1793 Treaty was signed with Spain.? There was substantial land grants in the Mobile Records for this year frame 16 p13 9
      1793 The Spanish Called Ft Tombecbe Ft Confederaton The Spanish Reported that the Tombecbe site had long been the place where the Creek, Choctaw and Chickasaw had held peace Talks..THe 1793 Carondolet map
      shows "Old Tombecbe French" on the West bank of the Tombigbee at Jones Bluff, but it is also showed a "New Tombecbe Fort" on the West Bank Downstream. Richard Brasshiers shows up as Commander of the Ft.. coming from Kaskokia, Ft Henry in Tombecbe Colonials..in 1799.

      1793 October 28, 1793, the Treaty of Nogales, bound the southern tribes in an offensive-defensive alliance. Ending the Chickasaw –Creek War officially..It provided diplomatic support from Spain regarding Indian Land claims, provided for annual distributions of gifts at sites desired and approved by the Indians, and probided for the appointment of permanent Spanish Indian Agents. Trader Bejamin Fooy became the Chickasaw agent in 1794 replacing de la Villebeuvre, who had been agent for both the choctaw and the Chickasaw War. Earlier the Spanish had cultivated a relationship with John Turnbull, a trader who had fathered two children with a Chickasaw womanand who had established a trading store on the lower Yazoo by July 1793. Gov Carondelet increased pressure on Wolf's Friend to allow Spanish occupation there and establihment of a trading post to be operated by either William Panton or Turnbull at Chickasaw Bluffs (TN) 23

      Vicksburg Map The Choctaw are probably the Yazoo River OLD Fields



      1793 Turnbull Trade on the Yazoo was order Halted by Carondolet on the grounds it was prejudicial to Panton's interest and to the tranqulity of Spains Allies. A Hallow Victory as Gayoso of LA, continued to make use of Turnbulls trade to put a post at Chickasaw BLUFFS... near Davidson TN, Franklin, TN..... Other Names to note is James Seagrove of GA ( I have seen a submission by that name a Sally was the Dau of a Sam Carney? that name appears MS Carney and the Choctaw trading post 1801-1810) Border Disputes in GA with McGillivray on the Oconee boundary (The Bonners were from this Area our Ancestors with Jenkins, Carney)

      May 26, John Forbes to William Panton Mobile Letter Extract "Arthur Carney, arrived here with his own & Uncles Skins. Arthur Apparently contracting also with Forbes and Panton to trade.
      May 26, Mobile, Arthur Carney arrived here from the Nation with his own & Uncles Skins: the latter writes me that most of our Chickasaw Friends have gone to Turnbull, this is a grievious truth & what I have long been afraid of, & wish it may stop even there-I don not think that all the advantages the Baron can give us will Compensate for the hurt this fellow has done us. I suppose he has not less than 30Hhhds (barrels) of skins, which ought to have come to us in payment of debts owing to us. *(Hoole Special Collections Dept UA, Panton Leslie Paper Reel 8 Frame#1099



      East Florida Papers East Florida A Register of Its Records in the Library of Congress http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/spec/pkyonge/index.html
      These are Extracts Which I hope to look at originals the info is in Jacksonville, Fl.
      Date. Reel # Section # Location
      January 2, 1794 49 32 St. Augustine
      Governor of Florida to Carlos Howard (draft
      Receipt of reservada of 21 Dec. and declaration of Thomas Crier. Have George Arons come to St. Augustine. Mentions problems with dragoons
      carrying pliegos

      January 18, 1794 43 Florida
      LTC Guillermo Young to General Tonyn
      Reporting Young's actions against bandits. Mentions Juan Linden, Indian Savana Jack, Jacobo MacGirtt, Jorge Phillips, Guillermo Whaley,
      Linder's horse Sweet Willy as fastest in province, Daniel MacGirtt, Mr. Sanchez, Mr. Manuel, Mr. Lorenzo, young Kerney, Moyses Cason and
      Major Cunningham

      January 20, 1794 123 1794-65 St. Augustine
      Prosecution of Lt. John McIntosh, Capt. Richard Lang, John Peter Wagnon, William Jones, William Plowden and Abner Hammond
      for treason
      797p suspected of complicity with Americans and French in planned invasion of East Florida from Georgia and South Carolina; includes testimony from 1793 (card 2)
      prosecution of John Peter Wagnon for spreading rumours of Indian and French plans to terrorize and rob settlers in St. Marys district; includes lengthy letter from
      Governor Quesada to Captain General outlining his views on the treason case; LTC Carlos Howard;
      St. Marys River; Capt. Nathaniel Hall; Manuel Rengil; Saint Johns River; San Nicolas; Blunt; Dr. Thomas Sterling; James William Lee; (Caysn?); Daniel Johnson;
      John Leslie; (card 3) Reuben Pritchard; Francisco Phelipe Fatio; Newton County; John Bailey; Luisa; Pensacola ; Cumberland County; Kentucky; Dellinghan;
      Col. (Carr?); Enrique Wright; (Francis?) Goodwyn; Nassau River; junta de guerra – Com. Bartolome Morales, Capt. Pedro Salcedo, Capt. Juan Remedios, Eng.
      Pedro Diaz Berrio, contador Gonzalo Zamorano, Sec. Howard; James allen; Col. Samuel Hammond (brother of Abner); San Jose; James Clark; Andres (Debis?)
      ; George Aron; (card 4) Capt. Andrew Atkinson; Sub Lt. Jose Maria Figueroa; Capt. Jorge Fleming; Tomas Crier; Justo Lopez; Manuel Bernal; Ga. state Sen.
      Col. Henry Hampton; Deburt (Fr. agent); Savannah; SIBELY; Capt. Sherman; Cumberland Island; Temple, Ga.; Greene County; Col. Henry Carr;
      Capt. William Kneeblack; Camden County; Oconee River; Muscle Shoals; Gen. (Elijah) Clarke; Tennessee River; Coleraine; Lt. Hardy; Satilla River;
      Dr. Brown; (Citizen) Genet; (card 5) Father Miguel O'Reilly; Amelia Island; Samuel Russell; Alachua; Port Royal or Beaufort; Lewis; (Citizen) Mungourit;
      Col. F.; Dr. McLeod; Capt. (Dawson?); Joseph Fernandez; LA MARIA; Capt. Miguel Acosta; Havana; Lt. Andres Davies; (Horrin?); Manel Solana;
      Capt. Pedro Marrot; Altamaha River; Francisco Sterling; William Howard; Daniel Buckin; Daniel Hall; Prentis Gallup; John Moore; James Hall; (card 6)
      Col. William McIntosh (brother of John); Augusta; Mississippi River; James McGirtt; John Forrester; William McEnery; Father Constantino Capri;
      Father Miguel Crosby; William McKay; Robert Seagrove; (Walter?) Drummond; Lt. Hogan; Richard Neely; Faley; Daniel Burnett; Isham Thompson; John McQueen;
      David Bailey; Carlos Missley; Robert Pritchard; Rebecca (wife of John Peter Wagnon); Juan Lopez; Daniel MacMurphy; San Vicente Ferrer; (card 7) Apalache;
      Jorge Galphin; Governor Telfair; Richmond County, Ga.; Wallburg; Gen. Wiggs; Capt. Nowland; Col. J. Armstrong; Rols; Stephen Drayton; (Scercon?); Capt. Baker;
      Beale; Festers; Andres (Berreyll?); Williamsburg; Williamson; Cristie; Maj. West; Smiters; Medway; Macdonell; Sapalo; Capt. Flournoy; James Wood; Maj. Pierce Butler;
      Col. Hillary; Darier; John King; Fredericka Island; (card 8) Governor Mathews; Maj. Garter; Maj. (Burns?); Maj. (Burroughs?); (McCleery?); Capt. Randolph;
      Maj. Washington; Backhouse; Parkinson; Sarah Simons McIntosh (wife of John McIntosh); Gen. Lachlan McIntosh Col. Josiah Fatnal; Mayor and Aldermen of Savannah;
      John Wallace (Br. vice-consul in Savannah); Daniel Courre; Col. John O'neal; Capt. Lache McIntosh; JP John Mitchell; Samuel Wright; Maj. (card 9) Henry Gaither;
      Lt. Andres Clark; Fernando de la Puente; Mateo Guadarrama; Santos Rodriguez; Jose Sainz; Salvador Garcia; domingo Fernandez; 15 named slaves of John McIntosh;
      Dr. Thomas Travers; C.G. Luis de las Casas; Asesor Julian Francisco Martinez de Campos; Capt. Miguel Gutierrez; Lorenzo de Cabrera; interpreter Bartolome Crawford;
      Manuel de Almansa; Amelia Island; John Young; Thomas Timms and son Benjamin Timms; John Loftin; Cyro Leslie; (card 10) Stephen Vincent; James Campbell;
      Robert Allen (son of James Allen); soldier William Talley; Reuben Hogan ; John Folck; soldier Joseph Raine; Federico Heartley; slave Hannah; Temple, Ga.;
      Cowford (San Nicolas); Woodland (daughter of William Jones); Johnson; Isaac Wheeler; Summerlin; Francisco (Cane?); Eduardo Turner; Daniel Griffin; Elizabeth Green;
      Carero; Thomas Porters;Dupont; Matanzas; William James Lee; Fort George Island: (card 11) soldier Zavalia; Ramon (Monduy?); Jose Manuta; sailor Bonely;
      Nassau River; Quesada Battery; Fillet; Dorrel; Capt. Timothy Hollingsworth; Linder; John Houston; (James) Dearment; Mazells; Isaac Lang; Hamilton Jones;
      Enrique O'Neill; Francisco Sanchez; Capt. Simon Cucullu; Marbury; Creighton; Pedro Cosifacio. Plowden freed on bond by decree on Apr. 25, 1794.
      Hammond and McIntosh (card 12) released from Morro in Havana on Nov. 19, 1794.
      Final release of all prisoners followed Governor's decree on Dec. 17, 1794 in St. Augustine. Final action (concerning bonds)
      on Jan. 10, 1795

      January 19, 1794 49 32 Amelia Island
      Carlos Howard to Juan Nepomuceno de Quesada
      Enclosing original declaration of George Arons concerning complicity of St. Johns residents in French conspiracy in Georgia against Fla
      Mentions Samuel Russel, Richard Lang, Pticher St. Marys residents wish to knowwhere to go if attacked Mentions U.S. Commander at
      Newton who does not have authority to investigate conspiracy.
      January 19, 1794 49 32 St Augustine
      Governor of Florida to Carlos Howard (draft
      Receipt 17 Jan and 5 enclosures and describes each. Notice that John Peter Wagnon back from Georgia. Expecting declaration taken from George Arons

      January 21, 1794 49 32 Amelia Island
      Carlos Howard to Juan Nepomuceno de Quesada
      Enclosing original declaration of Thomas Cryer concerning news of plot in Georgia against Florida. Mentions George Arons, Ruben Pitcher
      Richard Lang, Lewis, John P Wagnon; ship entered St. Marys for Newton and was same that carried Cumberland merchant William Oliver

      January 31, 1794 49 32 St Augustine
      Governor of Florida to Timothy Hollingsworth
      Have Peirce Lane and William Carney come to St. Augustine for a government commission. Mentions Nathaniel Hall

      February 7, 1794 49 32 St Augustine
      Governor of Florida to Carlos Howard (draft)
      SAN JUAN NEPOMUCENO and Martineli's boat to St. Johns with supplies when weather and position of enemy permits. Discusses shortages of rations and mentions Leslies Cownpen; Lanes son Colwell, William Carney, McGirtt, Jorge Arons, Dr. Thomas Stirling, Thomas Lamb, Jones wife

      June 30, 1795 51 doc 1795-368-doc 32 San Vizente
      4p. Enclosing letter from Pedro Carne indicating fall of Fuerte Juana; Capts. Hall and Hollingsworth directed to raise residents around San Nicolas and patrol to pursue the thieves; disposition of boats; shortage of rations; cannon fire heard up river; Howard lacks boat to go where needed; letter from Poythress

      July 2, 1795 52 doc 1795-384-doc 32 San Nicolas
      Carlos Howard to Bartolome Morales
      7 1/2p. Pedro Carne sent Georgian Poythress to Howard; Discusses Poythress dealing with J. P. Wagnon to bring cattle to Florida and has allowed him and
      Wagnon to go to St. Marys for cattle and explains why; mentions George Cook, N. Hall and Jose Sumerlane; R. Lang said to be Capt. of enemy expedition in
      Florida.

      July 16, 1795 St. Augustine
      Criminal proceedings against numerous persons for treason in capture of Fort Juana and San Nicolas Battery in June and July of 1795 (copy)
      2966p. Expediente organized in 4 piezas for taking testimony from witnesses, prisoners and officials; for setting (card 2) up meeting (careos) between witnesses; for ratifying statements; for naming defenders; for receiving petitions; and for sentencing. Names of all persons arrested: James William Lee, Sub Lt. George Cook, Capt. Timothy Hollingsworth, William Lane, John Simpson, Lt. Joseph Summarlin (Summarrall), Capt. Manuel Otero, Francis Goodwyn, Cornelio Griffiths, (card 3) Edward Turner, Jacob Worley, Cornelio Rain, Uriah Bowden, Aaron Travers, Jose Heguins, Salomon King,
      John Faulk, John (Crighton), David Dewees, Henry (Sweeney), George Flora, Gullermo Rain, John Jones, Daniel Hogans, Robert Gilbert, slave Jim, free Black Nathaniel Eegle, Daniel McGritt, Wile Thompson, slave Abril, George Arons, Ricardo Malpas. (card 4) Names of persons declared rebels but not captured: John McIntosh, Richard Lang, John Peter Wagon, Jorge Fillet, Mills Drury, Jose Mills, Jose Fillet, Robert Rain, Jose Rain, William Jones Sr. & Jr., James Leslie, Silas Leslie, John Dudley, Pedro Lane Jr., Willima Ashely, William McKoy, John Linders Limb, George Knowles, Samuel Wilson, William Plowden, (card 5) Nathaniel Wilds, James Nobles, William Downs, Robert Burnett,
      John Burnett, Tephilo Thomas, George Mills, Ephram Davis, Jonathan McCullough, John Silcock, James Allen, Robert Allen, Francis Sterling, Isaac Sterling. Other names and places: St. John and St. Marys Rivers; LTC Carlos Howard; interp. D<br/><br/>(Message over 64 KB, truncated)