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Re: Richard Jones 1797

Posted: 23 Oct 2002 11:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 30 Oct 2002 9:16AM GMT
Surnames: HUGHES/HUGHS, HAMLETT/HAMBLET
I am interested in the Hamblet/Hughes connection. Below is some information I have in my data with mention of HAMBLET/HAMLETT in Caswell County, North Carolina. I don't know exactly how these families relate. Please let me know what you think.

Caswell Co, NC, Deed Book O - Page 110 George HORNBUCKLE of CC to Austen NEWEL of Rockingham Co., NC, for $200, 120 A adj John HUGHES, Richard HAMLETT on Hillsborough Rd. 20 June 1803. Wit: Richard HAMLITT, William HAMLETT, William VINSON.

Caswell Co, NC Deed Book Q - Page 135 William FIELDER of CC to Andrew ROBERTSON of Orange Co., NC, for 110 lbs, 150 A on Haw R adj Charles HUGHS, the Rockingham Co. line originally entered by Mary LAREMORE. 8 Nov 1805. Wit: Robert MURREY, Richard HAMLETT.

Caswell Co, NC, Deed Book Q - Page349-351 Divide land of John HUGHS decd to legatees: 1. Gilson HUGHS 36 A adj Thomas BRINCEFIELD, Richd HORNBUCKLE, Richard HAMBLETT; 2. John HUGHS 36 A adj Gilson HUGHS, Richard HAMBLETT; 3. Bidzy HUGHS 36 A; 4. Andrew HUGHS 31 & ¾ A adj Iverson GWYN; 5. Polly HUGHS 31 & ¾ A adj Andrew HUGHS, Andrew ROBINSON. 22 Aug 1811. Commrs: Thomas BRINCEFIELD, Jamie COOLIE, Joseph GUESS, Danl S. FARLEY surveyor. {This John HUGHS is supposedly the son of Andrew Micager HUGHS who moved to Pendleton District, SC. These legatees, excepting John, can be found there after 1810. See early deeds with Charles HUGHS and BRINCEFIELDs & HORNBUCKLEs in the Stoney Creek/Haw River area.}

Caswell Co, NC, Deed Book R - pages 291-292 Austin NEWELL & Richard HAMLETT both of CC to Andrew ROBERTSON of Orange Co., NC, for $290, 131 A & 62 poles adj John HUGHS, MADKINS line on Fayetteville Rd. 11 Aug 1815. Wit: Nathan MOORE, James UNDERWOOD.

Caswell County Guardians' Accounts 1794-1819; 1817 page 332 Richard Hamblett guardian of Gilson Hews (Cash advanced 50 sh. to Gilson to pay a Gentleman whom Gilson had traveled from the South with.)

Caswell County, North Carolina, marriage John Hughs to Nancey Jackson, 12 Sept. 1810, bondsman Richard Hamlet, witness Stephen D. Watkins
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