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Re: Stewart NC->TN->TX

virginia flippo (View posts)
Posted: 12 May 2004 11:28PM GMT
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please send me what you have for this is my family line also see below vflippo@hotmail.com

looking for any information as where and who these people came from he was born in 1728 in scotland she was born in 1732 in wales UK /

Wake County, NC - Deeds & Land Records File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Patricia Sistare <aesopmom@bellsouth.net> Source G.S. Film 20024 - Wake County Deeds, p. 278, 279 Charles Stewart to James Stewart This indenture made this seventh day of May in the year of Christ One Thousand Eight Hundred and five between Charles Stewart, of the State of North Carolina and County of Wake, of the One part, and his Son, James Stewart, of the same state and county, of the other part. Witnessteth that for, and in consideration of the natural love, good will and affection which the said Charles Stewart hath, and doth bear unto his said Son James, and also for his Advancement in this life, doth give and grant and by these presents doth give and grant Alien Estoppel and confirm unto the said James Stewart forever those certain tracts of land lying ... the State, County, aforesaid, on the waters of Black Creek joining the line that divides the Countys of Wake and Cumberland and is Bounded as follows, to wit: One said tract which the said Charles Stewart now dwells on that contains One hundred Acres Begins at a pine, Mack Wyatt's corner, thence South forty poles to pointers in Wheelers line, formerly, thence with said line West 46 poles to a hickory, thence South 50 poles to a pine, thence West 40 poles to a Black Oak, thence south 40 poles to a pine, thence west 82 poles to a pine, thence North 130 poles to a pine in said Wyatt's line, thence along the same to the beginning. One other tract that contains One Hundred Acres: Arising, the above said, first at a hickory, 46 poles west of Dickerson's Corner portions, thence South 50 poles to a pine, thence west 40 poles to a Black Oal, thence South 80 poles to a pine, thence East 140 poles to a hickory and Black Oak, thence North 130 poles to a pine on said Dickerson's line, thence to the Beginning. The other and ... tract which joins the other said tract and contains Eighty-three acres: Begins at a pine, David Wheeler's corner in Cumberland County line, thence north Wheelers line for the 110 poles to a smallHickory,m in his own line, thence with his own line West 54 poles to a pine, thence North 40 poles to a pine, Ekekiel Smith's corner, then with his own line west 80 poles to a pine, thence south 100 poles to said County line, thence along the same to the Beginning. To have and to hold, use ... enjoy the same with every part and parcel thereof to the only proper use and ... of him, the said James Stewart, and to his heirs and assignees forever, only reserving the use of all of all the above said land, with the improvements therein, unto them, the said Charles Stewart, and to his wife Hannah, in and during his and her said Natural lives. And the said Charles Stewart doth warrant, and by these presents forever and ever, the above assignees forever, from any lawful claim, as can be laid to the same, by any person or persons what so ever, only to be subject to the above limitations. In witness thereof the said Charles Stewart doth hereto set his hand and seal, the day and year above written. In presence of: Saml. Worthington Joseph Stewart John (X) Stewart, his mark (signature of Charles Stewart) February ---, 1808 Gift was in open court and duly proven by the oath of John Stewart, a subscribing witness and is ordered to be registered. ( signature of Wm. Hill, Clk.) Registered in the Registrars office of Wake County in Book U and pages 278 & 279 this 8th day of March 1808. (signature Edward H. Parish) NOTE: a pole = one rod in linear measure or one square rod in square measure a rod = 16 1/2 feet, or 5 1/2 yards, a square rod = 30 1/4 square yards --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Source:

More About CHARLES STEWART:
Burial: 1807, Kennebec, Wake Co. NC
Emigration: Abt. 1748, Indentured servant in Virginia
Residence: Aft. 1800, Kennebec, NC

More About JOHANNA (HANNAH) KIRK:
Burial: 1823, Kennebec, Wake Co. NC

More About CHARLES STEWART and JOHANNA KIRK:
Marriage: Abt. 1755, Scotland, UK
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