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Hugh Askins of South Carolina

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Hugh Askins of South Carolina

Posted: 9 Aug 2008 3:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Askins
I believe from extensive research that Hugh Askins is the father of William Askins of Marion District, S.C. not the William Askins, that served in the Revolution. There are numerous documents which, Hugh and William are listed together.



Date: January 19, 1771
Desription: Askins, Hugh, Plat for 150 Acres in Craven County, South Carolina
Names Indexed: Askin, Hugh; James, Samuel; Bremar, John
Locations: Craven County, Boggy Swamp and Black Mingo Creek

Date: May 4, 1771
Askin, Hugh, Land Grant for 150 Acres in Craven County, South Carolina.
Names Indexed: Askin, Hugh
Locations: Craven County

Date: June 6, 1771
Description: Askins, Hugh, Memorial for 150 Acres on Boggy Swamp, Craven County, South Carolina.
Names Indexed: Askins, Hugh
Locations: Craven County, Boggy Swamp, Black Mingo Creek

Date: 1776 circa or Later
Description: Askins, Hugh, Account Audited (File No. 181) of Claims growing out of the American Revolution.
Names Indexed: Askins, Hugh

Hugh Askins, is listed in the Petit Jurors List 1778-1779 for Prince Frederick's Parish, Georgetown District, South Carolina.

1784 Tax Returns
Hugh Askins -5

Date: 1785
Description: Askins Hugh vs. John Brockington, Judgment Roll.
Names Indexed: Askins, Hugh; Brockington, John

1786 Tax Returns
Names Land Negroes Total tax paid
Askin, Hugh 3 1 8 7 1/4
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