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      >Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2002 19:15:56 EST
      >Subject: Information Sharing
      >
      >The following is a good example of information that can be placed in our new
      >family files when the library opens. I have been trying to get all the
      >informtion together that has been shared with me or that I found on the
      >internet. Thanks to Robin Autry, TRC member for sharing. Abstracts of
      >deeds, wills marriages, etc would be greatly appreciated. Perhaps you have
      >your family tree to a point where it can be shared.
      > You can send them via snail mail to TRC, PO Box 8764, Rocky Mount, NC
      >27804 or if they aren't too long via e-mail to Helen Sharpe (must be
      >pasted to body of e-mail. I have a MAC and doesn't always read attachments)
      >
      >Someone has posted all the Pittman marriages in Edgecombe, Wilson and Nash
      >County. I can post it to the group or send it to you seperately if you like.
      >
      >Helen Sharpe
      >
      >WINSTEAD surnames transcribed by Robin Womble Autry (autryrw@...)
      >
      >Abstracts of Early Deeds of Nash County North Carolina Books 1-6 1778-1813
      >By Joseph W. Watson Call No. F262 N2 W3 1966
      >
      >DB 1-381 JOSEPH CROWELL and wife, MARTHA CROWELL of Nash Co. to LEWISABLEWIS
      >LAMBKIN of same, Aug. 17, 1787, for 300 pds. Virginia money a tractof 612
      >acres on the south side of Tar River adjoining Michael Dormin.
      >Wit:Phillander Williams, Peter Hatten, and Richard Winstead.
      >
      >DB 2-97 STATE OF N.C. grant to PETER WINSTEAD by Gov. Alex. Martin, Dec.
      >20,1791, a tract of 410 acres on the south side of Tar River adjoining Dixon.
      >
      >DB 2-211 STATE OF N.C. grant to ENOCH FLOOD by Gov. B. William, Oct. 4,1800,
      >a tract of 200 acres on Town Creek adjoining Winstead, Dixon, Willis,Lampkin,
      >Edward Horn, and Pridgen.
      >
      >DB 2-265 STATE OF N.C. grant to DAVID WINSTEAD by Gov. James Turner, Nov.23,
      >1803, a tract of 52 acres on Town Creek adjoining Samuel Winstead,Lamon,
      >Williams, and Lambkin.
      >
      >DB 3-58 STATE OF N.C. grant to BENJAMIN ATKINSON by Gov. Alex. Martin,
      >Oct.25, 1782, a tract of 350 acres on the north side of Tar River adjoining
      >Jos.Winstead, Stephen Willia, Sherrod, Bryant, Pouland, and Brantley.
      >
      >DB 3-159 STATE OF N.C. grant to RICHARD WINSTEAD by Gov. Rd. Caswell, Aug.11,
      >1786, a tract of 300 acres on Town Creek adjoining peter Hatton,Elizabeth
      >Parker, Duncan Lamon, the county line, and his own line.
      >
      >DB 4-35 PETER WINSTEAD of Nash Co. to JORDAN JOYNER of same, April 6, 1790,
      >for 60 pds. a tract of 200 acres on the south side of Tar River at the head
      >of Town Creek adjoining Thomas Dixon. Wit: David Pridgen and Jesse Pridgen.
      >
      >DB 4-162 RICHARD WINSTEAD of Edgecombe Co. to THOMAS WINSTEAD of Nash
      >Co.,Sept. 27, 1791, for 20 pds. a tract of 100 acres on the north side of a
      >prong of Town Creek adjoining Duncan Lamon, Archchlus Lamon, and William
      >Bout. Wit: David Winstead, Benjamin Bishop, and Griffin Winstead.
      >
      >DB 4-164 BENJAMIN ATKINSON of Pitt Co. to JOSEPH SELY, JR. of Nash Co., Nov.
      >16, 1790, for 30 silver dollars a tract of 350 acres on the north side of Tar
      >River at the head of Warburton's Branch adjoining Joseph Winstead,Stephen
      >Wells, Bryant, Poland, Brantley, and Allen. Wit: Simon Pope andThomas
      >Atkinson.
      >
      >DB 4-178 JOSEPH SELAH JR. of Nash Co. to DAVID PRIDGEN of same, May 21,1792,
      >for 20 pds. Virginia money a tract of 320 acres adjoining Joseph Winstead,
      >Stephen Wells, Sharad Bryant, Poland, Brantley, and Allen. Wit: Edward Gandy
      >and Wm. Tisdale.
      >
      >DB 5-10 MICAJAH VIVERETT of Nash Co. to DAVID WINSTEAD of same, March 27,
      >1802, for 300 silver dollars one negro girl. Wit: Drewry Bridges and John
      >Cockrell.
      >DB 5-190 JOHN COCKRELL of Nash Co. to DAVID WINSTEAD, Dec. 26, 1810, for
      >$375.00 one negro woman and her child. Wit: Joseph Cockrell and Betsey
      >Cockrell.
      >
      >DB 5-266 JOSIAH LITTLE of Nash Co. to his wife, NANCY LITTLE, of same, Jan.2,
      >1811, for love and affection all his household and kitchen furniture and
      >money due him. Wit: David Winstead and Timothy Terrell.
      >
      >DB 5-268 DANIEL MANN of Nash Co. to DAVID WINSTEAD of same, Oct. 12, 1810,
      >for $200.00 one negro girl. Wit: Amos Gandy.
      >
      >DB 5-271 DAVID WINSTEAD of Nash Co. to JOHN JINKINS of same, Dec. 21, 1806,
      >for $26.00 a tract of 52 acres on Town Creek adjoining Samuel Winstead,
      >Lamon, Williams, and Lamkin. Wit: Jesse Newby.
      >
      >DB 5-280 JAMES G. LAMON of Nash Co. to THOMAS WINSTEAD of same, Jan. 17,1811,
      >for $149.00 a tract of 149 acres in Nash Co. Wit: Demsey Braswell and Wm. H.
      >Hall.
      >
      >DB 5-307 JORDAN JOYNER of Nash Co. to RICHARD DRAKE of same, Oct. 25, 1808,
      >for $100.00 a tract of 150 acres on the head of Town Creek adjoining Winstead
      >and Lamkin. Wit: John L. Lamkin and Wright W. Joyner.
      >
      >DB 5-323 DANIEL MANN of Nash Co. to JERMAN MANN of same, Nov. 11, 1810, for
      >$50.00 a tract of 200 acres adjoining John Dew, Dempsey Barnes, Blackwell,
      >John Morriss, and the road at the county line. Wit: D. Winstead.
      >
      >DB 5-368 SAMUEL COCKRELL of Nash Co. to DVID WINSTEAD of same, Aug. 20, 1812,
      >for $606.00 a tract of 192 acres on the north side of Tar River below the
      >Pastor Ford adjoining John Poland, David Pridgen, and Joseph Cockrell. Wit:
      >Hopkins Rice, William Ross, and Joseph Cockrell.
      >
      >DB 6-55 DAVID WINSTEAD and wife, BARBARA WINSTEAD, of Nash Co. to DRURYTAYLOR
      >of same, Oct. 27, 1794, for 300 pds. three tracts of land containing 516
      >acres on the south side of Tar river adjoining Philander Williams, Drury
      >Taylor, and Col. John Bonds. The first tract contained 100 acres, the second
      >tract 96 acres, and the third tract 320 acres. Wit: J. Bonds, Wilson Taylor,
      >and Ethelred Dance.
      >
      >DB 6-64 DRURY TAYLOR of Nash Co. to DAVID WINSTEAD of same, Nov. 22, 1794,
      >for 300 pds. three tracts of land containing 516 acres on the south side of
      >Tar River adjoining Philander Williams, Drury Taylor, and Col. John Bonds.
      >The first tract contained 100 acres, the second tract 96 acres, and the third
      >tract 320 acres. Wit: vinson Cooper, Drewry Bridges, and David
      >Cooper.
      >
      >DB 6-184 JOHN BONDS and wife, NANCY BONDS, of Nash Co. to SAMUEL WINSTEAD of
      >same, June 25, 1796, for 320 silver dollars a tract of 640 acres adjoining
      >Thomas Hardie, Lazarus Pope, Crowell, and Samuel Williams. Wit: Drury Taylor
      >and John Bonds, Jr.
      >
      >DB 6-196 PETER WINSTEAD of Edgecombe Co. to ENUCK FLOYD of Nash Co., Sept.
      >30, 1793, for 20 pds. a tract of 100 acres on Town Creek adjoining Jordin
      >Taylor and Dixon. Wit: John Wells and Thomas Winstead.
      >DB 6-202 SAMUEL WINSTEAD of Nash Co. to JOHN VICK, JR. of same, Feb. 14,
      >1797, for 45 pds. Virginia money a tract of 100 acres on the north side of
      >Tar River adjoining Stephen Wells. Wit: Drury Taylor and David Winstead.
      >
      >DB 6-290 WILLIAM BOYET, JR. of Nash Co. to JONAS WILLIAMS of same, Sept. 20,
      >1795, for 40 pds. Virginia money a tract of 200 acres on Town Creek and the
      >county line ajoining John Bonds, Elizabeth Parker, and Arch'd Lamon, it being
      >part of a 300 acre grant to Richard Winstad on Aug. 11, 1786. Wit: Edward
      >Crowell and Beersheba Williams.
      >
      >DB 6-292 RICHARD WINSTEAD of Edgecombe Co. to WILLIAM BOYERT, JR. of Nash
      >Co., Aug. 13, 1787, for 25 pds. specie a trct of 200 acres on Town Creek and
      >the county line adjoining Peter Hatten, Elizabeth Parker, and Arch'd Lamon,
      >it being part of a 300 acre grant to said Winstead on Aug. 11, 1786. Wit:
      >Jesse Green and Solomon Dawson.
      >
      >DB 6-538 SAMUEL WINSTEAD to DAVID WINSTEAD, Nov. 24, 1800, for $110.00 a
      >tract of 110 acres adjoining Phillander Williams, Jonas Williams, said David
      >Winstead, and Lot's Branch. Wit: Jno. Vick, Thomas Winstead, and Jordan
      >Williams.
      >
      >Estate Records in the Deed Books of Nash County North Carolina = 1781-1897
      >by Joseph W. Watson
      >F262 N2 W32 1982
      >
      >WINSTEAD surname entries transcribed by Robin Womble Autry (autryrw@...)
      >
      >Deed Book 12 #73 p. 356 Division of the personal estate of WILLIE WILLIAMS,
      >deceased, by commissioners, Jan. 48, 1828, meeting at the house of = DEMPSEY
      >WINSTEAD, among the heirs of said deceased so that the guardian for = EDMUND
      >WILLIAMS might receive his proportionate part of the estate. =Valuations
      >were placed on the six negroes remaining and EDMUND WILLIAMS was = entitled
      >to a one-sixth part. Reg. Feb. Term 1828.
      >
      >Deed Book 12 #89 p. 467 Division of the negroes belonging to the estate of
      >WILLIE WILLIAMS, deceased, so as to separate the share of WILLIAM = PARKER,
      >Nov. Court 1828. The commisioners met at the house of DEMPSEY WINSTEAD = on
      >Jan. 2, 1829 and allotted to said WILLIAM PARKER who had married CEALY
      >WILLIAMS, an orphan of the deceased, the fifth share drawn. Reg. Feb. = Term
      >1829.
      >
      >
      >
      >Deed Book 14 #110 p. 22 Division of the negroes of WILLIE WILLIAMS,
      >deceased, at the house of DEMPSEY WINSTEAD, Jan. 4, 1826, so that the
      >petitioner, = ALSEY WILLIAMS, now the wife of KINSEY WINSTEAD, could draw her
      >share. The = nine negroes were valued at $2033.50 and she drew Lot #4,
      >paying $95.81 =BC = to the guardian of the orphan. There were eight lots.
      >Reg. Feb. Term
      >******************************************************************
      >Abstracts of Early Deeds of Nash County North Carolina Books 1-6 1778-1813 By
      >Joseph W. Watson Call No. F262 N2 W3 1966
      >
      >PITTMAN surnames transcribed by Robin Womble Autry (autryrw@...)
      >
      > DB 1-175 JoHN MANNING of Edgecombe Co. to JOSEPH BATCHELOR of Nash Co.,
      > Oct.
      >9, 1784, for 30 pds. 13 sh. 4 p. a 200 acre tract adjoiing Thomas Harbert and
      >the Sike's Branch, it being the upper part of a tract granted by Earl
      >Granville to William Defnal on March 2, 1761, conveyed from Defnal to Wm.
      >Pittman, and from Pittman to said Manning. Wit: Samuel Eason and William
      >Eason.
      >
      >DB 1-181 WILLIAM BATCHELOR of Nash Co. to THOMAS HUNTER of same, Jan. 1,
      >1782, for 150 pds. 200 acres on the north side of Stony Creek on O'Neal's
      >Branch adjoining William Barnes and Joel Pittman, it being part of a tract
      >said Batchelor bought of Wm. Horn, which said Horn bought of Benja. O'Neal,
      >and part of another tract that said Horn bought of William Pittman. Wit:
      >Jacob Dickenson, John Bonds, and William Skinner.
      >
      >DB 1-187 JOEL PITMAN of Nash Co. to ISOME HINES of same, March 30, 1782, for
      >110 pds. Virginia money 110 acres on Stony Creek adjoining Thomas Hunter,
      >William Barnes, and James Barnes, it being part of a tract taken up by Andrew
      >Ross on Feb. 28, 1761. Wit: Nicholas Skinner and Sarah Skinner.
      >
      >DB 1-244 GALE BRYANT of Nash Co. to THOMAS VIVERETT of same, Feb. 21, 1782,
      >for 120 pds. Specie a 150 acre plantation on Tar River below Pastor Ford
      >adjoining Jordan Sherrod, it being part of a tract granted to Arthur Taylor
      >by Earl Granville on Oct. 26, 1753. Wit
      >******************************************************************
      >Estate Records in the Deed Books of Nash County North Carolina 1781-1897
      >by Joseph W. Watson F262 N2 W32 1982
      >
      >PITTMAN surname entries transcribed by Robin Womble Autry (autryrw@...)
      >
      >Deed Book 10 #44 p. 189 ALANSON POWELL, administrator of FEDERICK B. HINES,
      >deceased, WM. DORTCH, administrator of LEWIS DORTCH, deceased, JOHN PITMAN,
      >JOHN DORTCH, ISAAC DORTCH, and KINDRED POPE, all legatees of LEWIS DORTCH,
      >deceased, bound themselves in the sum of $5,000.00 in the division of the
      >negroes belonging to the estate of LEWIS DORTCH, deceased, among the heirs
      >who were of full age, Dec. 29, 1819. Lot #1 was received by the estate of
      >FREDERICK B. HINES; Lot #2 by WILLIAM DORTCH; Lot #3 by JOHN PITMAN; Lot #4
      >by JOHN DORTCH; Lot #5 by ISAAC DORTCH; Lot #6 by KINDRED C. POPE. Reg. Aug.
      >Term 1820.
      >
      >Deed Book 10 #49 P. 267 Division of the lands of LEWIS DORTCH, deceased, by
      >commissioners, April 20, 1821. Lot #1 allotted to LEWIS J. DORTCH contained
      >70 acres on Swift Creek adjoining JONTHAN WHITEHEAD, WILLIAM BATTLE, and the
      >dowler line; Lot #2 allotted to SALLY DORTCH contained 70 acres adjoining
      >BATTLE; Lot #3 allotted to HENRY DORTCH contained 70 acres adjoining BATTLE,
      >HILLIARD, and WHITLEY; Lot #4 allotted to JOHN PITMAN
      >contained 70 acres adjoining the dower line; Lot #5 allotted to EDWIN DORTCH
      >containted 70 acres adjoining WHITLEY; Lot #6 allotted to PRISCILLA DORTCH
      >contained 70 acres on Swift Creek adjoining the other tracts; Lot #7 allotted
      >to BRIANT HINES contained 70 acres on Swift Creek; Lot #8 allotted to KINDRED
      >POPE contained 70 acres on Swift Creek; Lot #9 allotted to ISAAC DORTCH
      >contained 70 acres on Swift Creek. The valuations and differences were
      >given. Reg. May Term 1821.
      >
      >Deed Book 14 #564 p. 508 Division of the lands of JOSIAH VICK, deceased, by
      >commissioners, Nov.Court 1850, Jan. 18, 1851. Lot #1 drawn by JOHN R. MERCER
      >in right of his wife, SUSAN, was the home tract, 1103 acres on the south side
      >of Tar River and on the Raleigh Road adjoining WILLIAM WINSTEAD, THEOPHILUS
      >PARKER, heirs of FRANCIS EURE, GOSS, CRUMPLER, CALVIN J. PARKER, DEMPSEY
      >WINSTEAD, THOMAS WINSTEAD, and VIVERETT. Lot #2 drawn by SARAH VICK was
      >composed of several tracts. The HENRY VICK tract adjoining JAMES WINSTEAD,
      >PRIDGEN, and CARTER contained 525-3/4 acres; the JOSEPH WINSTEAD and JOHN G.
      >WINSTEAD tract on the north side of Town Creek adjoining RUFFIN, WELLS,
      >THOMAS WINSTEAD, JEREMIAH WINSTEAD, and JACOB H. BARNES contained 371-1/2
      >acres. Three lots of Joyners Depot contained 17 acres. Lot #3 drawn by
      >JOSIAH VICK consisted of several small tracts. The SUSAN VICKtract including
      >the JOHN BARNES tract adjoining WILLIAM A. PRIDGEN and WELLS contained 306
      >acres. The PRIM tract on the north side of Tar River adjoining REUBEN
      >BATCHELOR and BELL contained 335-1/2 acres. The JOEL JOYNER tract on the
      >south side of Tar River adjoining PRIDGEN, WRIGHT BATCHELOR, JOYNER, EDWARDS,
      >and HARDY contained 325-1/8 acres. The AMOSmJOYNER tract adjoining WELLS,
      >RICKS, TUNNEL, JOINER, PITTMAN, MOSELEY, and the Polecat Branch contained 200
      >acres. The ELIZABETH WINSTEAD tract contained 32-1/2 acres and there were
      >two other parcels of 6-5/8 acres and 8 acres. Reg. Feb. Term 1851.
      >
      >Deed Book 22 #635 p. 47 Division of the lands of JOHN PITMAN, deceased,
      >agreeable
      >to the will, March 1, 1856. Lot #1 drawn by WILLIAM B. PITMAN contained
      >52-1/2 acres; Lot #2 by WILLIAM PRIDGEN in right of his wife, SALUDA, 52-1/2
      >acres. The land was on the north side of Tar River adjoining WM. ROSE and
      >ALFRED JOYNER. Reg. Aug. Term 1856.
      >
      >Deed Book 22 #636 p. 48 Division of the land of JOHN PITMAN, deceased,
      >agreeable
      >to the will march 29, 1856. Lot #1 drawn by WILLIE PRIDGEN in right of his
      >wife, SALUDA, contained 32-5/6 acres; Lot #2 by WILLIAM B. PITTMAN, 32-5/6
      >acres. The land was n the north side of Tar River and on Sappony Creek
      >adjoining REDMUND WELLS and BENNET BONE. Reg. Aug. Term 1856.
      >
      >Deed Book 22 #776 P. 238 Division of land into seven lots by commissioners,
      >March
      >8, 1872. Lot #1 drawn by THOMAS C. LAND, and wife, SALUDA E., contained
      >31-1/2 acres; Lot #2 by MARTHA T. PITMOND, 28-1/2 acres; Lot #3 by WYLIE G.
      >LAND and wife, PHERBY, 30 acres; Lot #4 by MARGRET J. PITMOND, 48 acres; Lot
      >#5 by DALLAS D. PITMOND, 22 acres; Lot #6 by MARY B. PITMOND, 22 acres; Lot
      >#7 by ARDELER PITMOND, 22 acres. The land was on Sappony Creek adjoining
      >R.D. WELLS and G.D. LANGLEY, Reg. Dec. 18, 1872.
      >
      >******************************************************************
      >Abstracts of Early Deeds of Nash County North Carolina Books 1-6 1778-1813 By
      >Joseph W. Watson Call No. F262 N2 W3 1966
      >
      >ROBBINS surnames transcribed by Robin Womble Autry (autryrw@...
      >
      > DB 2-179 STATE of N.C. grant to WILLIAM S. MORGAN by Gov. B. Williams,
      >Nov. 26, 1799, a tract of 200 acres adjoining John Taylor, John Robbins and
      >Daniel Owens.
      >
      > DB 5-15 LEWIS LAMKIN HATTEN of Nash Co. TO STEPHEN ROBBINS of Edgecombe
      >Co., Feb. 17, 1806, for $200.00 one negro girl. Wit: John Williams and
      >Mills Barns.
      >
      > DB 5-200 HARDY HUNT and wife, NANCY HUNT of Lincoln Co., Tennessee and
      >JORDAN BASS and wife, BETHANA (BETHANY) BASS, of Wilson Co., Tennessee to
      >WILLIAM ROBBINS of Nash Co., July 23, 1810, for 100 pds. Virginia money a
      >tract of 62-1/2 acres adjoining John Bass, Mourning Gay, Elias Gay, and James
      >Massingill. Wit: Laban Webb and Bowen Webb.
      >
      > DB 5-203 MILLS GAY of Wilson Co., Tennessee to Wm. ROBINS of Nash Co.,
      >Aug. 13, 1810 for $1000.00 a tract of 33-1/3 acres adjoining Mourning Gay,
      >Jordan Gay, Rogers, Josiah Gay, and the Back Swamp. Wit: Laban Webb and
      >Bowen Webb.
      >
      > DB 5-319 HARDY HUNT and wife, NANCY HUNT, of Lincoln Co., Tennessee and
      >JORDAN BASS and wife, BETHANY BASS, of Wilson Co., Tennessee to WILLIAM
      >ROBBINS of Nash Co., July 23, 1810, for 100 pds. Virginia money a tract of
      >62-1/2 acres adjoining John Bass, Mourning Gay, James Massingill, and the
      >Back Swamp. Wit: Laban Webb and Brown Webb. Bethany Bass and Nancy Hunt
      >were examined privately in their respective counties in Tennessee.
      >
      > DB-320 MILLS GAY of Wilson Co., Tennessee to WILLIAM ROBBINS of Nash
      >Co., Aug. 13, 180, for $1000.00 a tract of 33-1/2 acres of Back Swamp
      >adjoining Mourning Gay, Jordan Gay, and Josiah Gay. Wit: Laban Webb and
      >Brown Webb.
      >
      > DB 6-84 EPHRAIM PHILLIPS and JETHRO PHILLIPS to DUNCAN DEW, March 9,
      >1795, for $200.00 one negro boy. Wit: Edward Nicholson and John Robbins.
      >
      > DB 6-192 JOHN EXUM of Nash Co. to JOHN WATKINS of same, Feb. 18, 1796,
      >for 67 pds. 10 sh. Virginia money one negro man. Wit: Stephen Robbins.


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