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Wheatley/Whitley Family NC

clayton buchanan (View posts)
Posted: 8 Dec 2002 8:40PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wheatley/Whitley
WHITLEY FAMILY


The Whitley family has been traced back to 1327 in England. The Whitley family appears to be centered around the Yorkshire and Leicestershire area of England. Sir John Wheatley lived at Castle Bromwich, Leicestershire in 1356, being born about 1327. His parents and wife are unknown. The Wheatley family are most likely of Anglo-Saxon or Danish Viking descendant which are clans of the pre-historic Germanic people that occupied Northern Germany and Denmark, Sweden, and Norway that invaded and migrated to England from 400 AD to 1050 AD; however, to a lesser extend the pre-historic Celt people also occupied minor parts of England, Wales, Ireland, Isle of Man, and Scotland during the same period in history. Whitley is found spelled several different ways when you trace the name and their genealogy; Whitely, Wheatleigh, Wheatley, Whiteley, Whitelay, Whitley and several others. The date that the Wheatley/Whitleys' came to America is not known but was most likely between 1675 and 1684 to Virginia. The Martin County, N.C. Whitley family can be traced back to 1530 in Tingsboro, Somerset shire, England as listed below. There connections between the 6th Benjamin Wheatley and the 7th Samuel Wheatley I generations are based on time period, locations, dates of birth, and names. The connection between the 11th Jesse Whitley Sr. and 12th Jesse Whitley Jr. are also based on time period, locations, dates of birth, and name. However; I feel that both connections have enough substance to make the connections at this time (could be wrong but doubtful).

1. John Wheatleigh m. Mary
b. 1530 b. abt 1525
m. 1546 - 1548
d. 24 Mar 1594 d. 20 April 1595

Capt. John Wheatleigh was born in Of, Tingsboro, Somerset shire, England. He married Mary (maiden name unknown) about 1546 in Tingsboro, Somerset, England. Mary was born about 1525 in Of, Tingsboro, Somerset shire, England. Both their parents are unknown. John died and was buried the same day 24 March 1594 in Tingsboro. Mary died 20 April 1595 and was buried 24 March 1595 in Tingsboro. John's Will -probate Reg, Somerset shire, England on 24 March 1594. (Source: Ancestry Genealogy Data Base).

Children:
(1) Rev. Nathaniel Wheatleigh born 10 October 1549 in Tingsboro.
(2) Annie Wheatleigh born 20 October 1553 in Tingsboro. Died after 1609 in Bershire, England.
(3) Jane Wheatleigh born 10 October 1560 in Tingsboro. Died after 1609 in England.
(4) Frank (John) Wheatleigh born March 1562 in Tingsboro. Died after 1595 in Maiden Newton, Dorset, England.
(5) Richard Whatley born 3 May 1565 in Tingsboro. Died after 1595 in England.
(6) Rev. Samuel Wheatleigh born 28 April 1568 in Tingsboro. Died after 1594.
(7) Martha Wheatleigh born January 1571 in Tingsboro. Died after 1594.
(8) Olive Wheatleigh born 1573 in Tingsboro. Died in Sonning, England.

2. Richard Whatley m. Mary
b. 3 May 1565 b.
d. Aft 1595 d.

Known Children:
(1) Thomas Wheatley born 1584 Frome, Summerset, England. (Source: Ancestry Genealogy Data Base).

3. Thomas Wheatley m. Elizabeth Farrar
b. 1584 b.
d. d.

Known Children:
(1) John Wheatley born 1600 England (Source: Ancestry Genealogy Data Base).


4. John Wheatley m. Elizabeth Lygon
b. 1600 England b.
d. 1672 d.


Known Children:
(1)John Wheatley born 1623 England (Source: Ancestry Genealogy Data Base).

5. John Wheatley m. Lydia Talbot
b. 1623 England b.
d. 1695 Virginia d. Virginia

Known Children:
(1) Lydia Wheatley
(2) Elizabeth Wheatley
(3) Mary Wheatley
(4) John Wheatley
(5) Benjamin Wheatley born 1645 in Virginia, died in England. Married Frances Rolle.
(Source Ancestry Genealogy Data Base).

John Wheatley came to America prior to 1645, probably to the Jamestown area, which was one of the earlier settlements. His son Benjamin was born in 1645 in Virginia and returned to England to Study. Apparently Benjamin remained in England and married Lydia Talbot. (Source Rel Davis.)

6. Benjamin Wheatley m. Frances Rolle
b. 1645 Virginia b. England
d. England d. England

Known Children:
(1) Frances Wheatley
(2) Elizabeth Wheatley
(3) Lydia Wheatley
(4) Grace Wheatley
(5) Francis Wheatley
(6) Samuel Wheatley I
(Source: Ancestry Genealogy Data Base).

Benjamin was born in Virginia and returned to England to study. Apparently remained in England, married, and died in England.

7. Samuel Wheatley I m. (1) Mary Shirley (2) Mary Kennedy/Lufman ?
b. 1670 England b.
d. 1740 Tyrrell Co. N.C. d.

Known Children:
(1) William Wheatley
(2) George Wheatley
(3) Thomas Wheatley
(4) Lydia Wheatley
(5) Richard Wheatley
(6) Mary Wheatley
(7) Nancy Wheatley
(8) Samuel Wheatley II born 1705
(9) John Wheatley
(10) Shirley Wheatley born about 1684 in Jamestown Va. Died 27 August 1779 in Warren County, N.C.
(11) Benjamin Wheatley b. 1702 d. 1757

Samuel Wheatley I had moved into North Carolina before 1705 as his son Samuel Wheatley II was born in 1705 in Tyrrell County, N.C. Samuel I witnessed a deed in Chowan Precinct of old Albemarle County on 9 March 1717-18. Samuel I was appointed Justice of Tyrrell County, N.C. on 23 March 1734-35 by Governor Gabriel Johnston and Council sitting at Edenton, N.C. Either Samuel I or his son Samuel II served as a Colonial Surveyor under King George II. Samuel I was probably born about 1670 and died about 1740 in Chowan County, N.C. Samuel I may be the same Samuel Wheatley I that was born in 1670 in England, died about 1740, and married Mary Shirley. Samuel I second marriage was to Mary Lufman, daughter of William Lufman, whose Will in 1728-mentioned “daughter Mary Wheatley.” Samuel I had one known son, Samuel Wheatley II. (Source: Mormon genealogy database, Ancestry database, and the Martin County Heritage book).


9. SAMUEL WHEATLEY II m. (1)? (2) Mary Grimes
b. 1705
d. 1760

Samuel Wheatley II was born in the year of 1705 in Tyrrell County, N.C. His parents were Samuel Wheatley I and Mary Lufmann. Either Samuel I or Samuel II served as Colonial Surveyor under King George II. Samuel II served as a member of Captain Robert Patterson’s Company from Meherren Creek in 1720 during the Indian Wars. (Vol. 1 No. 1 N.C. Reg., page 443). In 1742, Samuel II received a grant of land in Tyrrell County (later to become Martin County) from King George II of England. This land grant was several hundred acres on the Roanoke River, a mile northwest of the present town of Williamston, Martin County, N.C. He built a house on this land between 1742 and1747. He was married at least two times. The name of his first wife is not known. He married the second time to Mary Grimes. Samuel II died about 1760 in the Williamston area of Martin County, N.C. His children were:

(1) Lydia Wheatley who married William Archdeacon.
(2) Benjamin Wheatley, who was agent to Lord Granville, married Ann Wingfield. His date of birth is unknown. He died by February 1794. His Last Will and Testament mentioned children Henry, Benjamin, Lydia, Nancy, and his brother John. His son Benjamin married Elizabeth Nobles, a widow, who was formerly Elizabeth Cherry. He petitioned the court to change the names of her children to Wheatley and that they have the right to inherit and claim his estate, which was a vast one at that time.
(3) Thomas Wheatley who died about 1780. Married Mary Gainer (b. abt 1729 in Tyrell County, N.C.) His children were: Lydia, Samuel, William, and Alexander Hamilton Wheatley. Alexander was born 23 December 1757 in Tyrell County, N.C.
(4) John Wheatley who married Elizabeth Griffin and had children Nancy Day, Peggy, Joshua, Benjamin, John, William, and Levi.
(5) William Wheatley was a Juryman in February 1739 for Bertie and Edgecombe Counties. The name of his wife is not known, but the had children; Jacob, James, William, Arthur, Joseph, Elizabeth, Julian, and Susanna. He died before 1795.
(6) Mary Wheatley married Matthew Yarrell, the son of an Episcopal clergyman. Their children were Thomas, Rosa, Jared, Mary, and Mildred Yarrell.
(7) Sarah Wheatley married William Bennett and died before October 7, 1801. Their children were Silas, Joel, William, Sarah, Mary, Thomas, James, John, Nancy, Naomy, and Nathan Bennett.
(8) Elizabeth Wheatley married Jesse Cherry who rendered several services for his county during the American Revolution. He served four times as representative to the House of Commons from Martin County and also as Justice of County Court in Martin County in 1792. Their son Eli Cherry married Nancy Wheatley, daughter of Samuel Wheatley III.
(9) Samuel Wheatley III was born about 1740.

(Source: Mormon genealogy database, Ancestry database, and the Martin County Heritage Book).



10. SAMUEL WHEATLEY III m. (1) _______ Bennett
a. 1740 Tyrell County, N.C. (2) Isabel Crisp
d. 16 Jan 1816 (3) Nancy Bigby

Samuel Wheatley III was the son of Samuel Wheatley II and Mary Grimes. Samuel Ill was born in 1740 a few miles northwest of Williamston, Martin County, N.C. He died in Martin County after 16 January 1816, the date he made his Last Will and Testament and before March 1816 when his Will was probated. Samuel listed wife Nancy Wheatley, grandsons Samuel Station Wheatley, Samuel Crisp Wheatley, William Hansie Wheatley, Samuel Carraway, and several slaves in the Will. The executors were Noah Reddick and John Reddick. He was married several times and his first wife was a Bennett (daughter of Thomas Bennett and wife Chloe Llewellyn.) His second wife was Isabel Crisp (b. 1750 in Tyrell county, N.C., daughter of William M. Crisp and Frances Whitley (b. abt 1716 in Tyrell County). His third wife was Nancy Bigby, who survived him and seemed to have had no child except one, which had not yet been born when his Will was made January 16, 1816. Samuel Wheatley III and his family lived on land in the area of Williamston, Martin County, N.C. that had been granted to his father Samuel II on 6 May 1742 by King George II of England. (Source: Mormon genealogy database, Ancestry genealogy database, and Martin County Heritage Book)

Samuel Wheatley III's children were: (the first three are by 1st wife; children 4 through 9 are by Isabel Crisp; and 10 is by Nancy Bigby.

(1) Pierce Whitley —There is no record of his birth, but he died after May 16, 1838 at which time he made his Will. He never married and lived in the home built by his grandfather Samuel II for his father Samuel III, which was located across the road from the original home place. His will mentioned a sister Aurilla Long, who married Adolphus Long, a ship owner who had a lucrative trade built up here between Martin County and the West Indies. Pierce also mentioned his sister, Elizabeth Andrews, and nephews, Samuel C. Whitley, Ezekiel Whitley, Joseph G. Carroway, Smith-wick Whitley, and his nephews’ children Julian Yarrell, Pierce W. Yarrell, and Franklin Yarrell.
(2) John Whitley — married Elizabeth Smithwick, daughter of Edmond Edward Smithwick whose will was made in Martin County April 10, 1801 and his wife Eleanor. Edmond Smithwich was a delegate from Martin County on April 4,1776 to the Provincial Congress held at Halifax, North Carolina. John Whitley and wife Elizabeth had at least one child, Smithwick Whitley who was married and had children before May 15, 1838 when his uncle Pierce Whitley’s Will was probated.
(3) Samuel Whitley IV — married Nancy Staton, daughter of Ezekiel Staton. They had one child, Ezekiel. Samuel died sometime around 1818.
(4) Mary Whitley— born 1 April 1788. Married her first cousin Thomas Yarrell, son of Matthew Yarrell and his wife Mary Wheatley, daughter of Samuel Wheatley II. Mary died before April Court in 1838, Martin County, NC. Their children were:
(a) lrety J. Yarrell who married a Reddick;
(b) Isabella Yarrell who married a Smithwick.
(c) Nancy Yarrell who married William Nicholson;
(d) Emelia Yarrell who married a Gardner;
(e) Mary Ann Yarrell who married Simon Whitley, (Had one son William and moved to Texas);
(f) Upina who married a Brittian;
(g) Julius Slade Yarrell who married Emaline Reddick;
(h) Catharine C. Yarrell who married Joseph Waldo;
(i) Pierce Yarrell who married Lennie Howell;
(j) Emma Eliza Ann Yarrell;
(k) William F. Yarrell;
(l) John B. Yarrell.

(5) Armilla (or Armelia) Whitley — married Joseph G. Carroway, whose will 1817, Martin County, N.C. left “plantation in the islands” to children Nancy, David Cartritis, Samuel Wheatley Carroway, and Joseph G. Carroway. Armilla died before December 15, 1818.
(6) Aurelia Whittey — married Stephen Long.
(7) Elizabeth Whitley— married an Andrews. She was living in 1838 at which time she was mentioned in brother Pierce’s will, but no further records are available for her.
(8) Edey Whitley— married a Cherry, possibly Samuel Cherry.
(9) Jesse Whitley Sr. — born about 1774 —married Elizabeth Chance.
(10) Nancy Whitley - born about 1817. A child which was mentioned in the Last Will and Testament of Samuel Wheatley Ill as “my child which my wife Nancy doth now bear.” Nancy Wheatley married Eli Cherry, son of Elizabeth Wheatley and Jesse Cherry (see child 8 of Samuel Wheatley II).


11. Jesse Whitley Sr. m. Elizabeth Chance.
b. 1774 (Martin County) b. ??
d. 18 Dec 1818 (Martin County) d. ??

Elizabeth was the daughter of Thomas Chance Sr. (Scottish descent) and wife ____ Stuart. Jesse Sr. and Elizabeth's children were:

(1) William Harry Whitley married Miss ____ Irvin and moved to Tennessee.
(2) Stuart Whitley moved to Memphis, Tennessee where he married and lived until his death.
(3) Irvin Whitley
(4) Julia Whitley married Miss ____ Cherry in Martin County and moved to Tennessee.
(5) Lucinda Whitley married Mr. Buck ______ and moved to Kentucky or Tennessee.
(6) Thomas Whitley born 1811 married Misey _____ and lived in Martin County, N.C.
(7) Jesse Whitley Jr. born 1801 a few miles northwest of Williamston, Martin County; married (1) Mary Daniel (2) Polly Harrison. Jesse Jr. lived in Martin County, N.C.
(8) Samuel Crisp Whitley born 9/27/1806 died 14 January 1924. Married: (1) Marina (Reddick) Smithwick (previously married) on 3/30 1837; (2) Eliza (Griffin) Crichlow on 28 October 1847; (3) Betsey Reddick on 21 December 1952, daughter of Noah Reddick and Elizabeth Ross. Samuel had eight children by his first two wives. Samuel lived in Martin County, N.C. Samuel and Betsey had no children. Samuel Crisp Whitley and Marina six children were:

(1) Susan Winfield Whitley born 1/24/1838 d. 1/14/1924. Married (1) William Walton of Bertie County, N.C., (2) Joshua Ewell.
(2) Samuel Crisp P. Whitley b. 4/2/1840 d. 11/12/1845
(3) George Llewellyn Grimes Whitley b. 4/1/1842 d. 11/13/1919. Married Portia Bonner Smallwood of Bearufort County, N.C. Children were: Marina Reddick, Emily Lucas, John Smallwood, Laura Lathan, Samuel Crisp, George Llewellyn Grimes, Mary Smallwood, Jesse Stuart, Sue Walton, and Charles Bruce Wheatley.
(4) James Hezekiah Whitley b. 5/12/1844 d. 6/1/1849
(5) Charity Elizabeth Whitley b. 5/31/1845 d. 7/20/1845
(6) L. E. Whitley b. 1846 d. 11/11/1848 married Eliza (Griffin) Crichlow on 28 October 1847 (Eliza was previously married).

Samuel Crisp and Eliza's two children were:

(7) Sarah Elizabeth Whitley b. 10/7/1848. Married Samuel Lafayette Hyman of Martin County, N.C. and moved to Richmond, Virginia. One known son Lafayette Hyman.
(8) Charity Whitley died in infancy.
(Source: Ancestry genealogy database and Martin County Heritage Book)

12. Jessie Whitley Jr. m. (1) Polly Harrison
b. 1801 (census) Martin Co. b. 16 March 1790 Martin Co.
d. bet 1860-1870 (census) d. bet 1860-1870 (census)

Jessie Whitley Jr. was apparently married twice (1) Mary Daniel, daughter of Simon Daniel and wife Elizabeth; (2) Polly Harrison, daughter of James Harrison and Nancy Biggs. Jesse Sr. and Jesse Jr. operated a gristmill on their farm near Williamston, N.C. Jesse Jr. severed in the Mexican War, Company E volunteers of Martin County, N.C. (Source: Martin County Heritage Book and other private research). It should be noted here that there is no hard document that connects this Jessie with the son of Samuel Wheatley III's son Jesse Jr.; however they were born the same time (1801), children had the same name, they lived in the same place, and it appears on the same farm. The marriage of Jesse Jr. to Polly Harrison is documented in James Harrison's Last Will and Testament dated 5 January 1940. Jesse Jr.'s children were:

· Nelly Whitley b. 1828 (census) Marriage and death unknown.
· Dawsy H. Whitley b. 1829 (census) married Leah Ann Mobley.
· Margaret Whitley b. 1830 (census). Marriage and death unknown.


13. Dawsy H. Whitley m. Leah Ann Mobley
b. 1829 (census) Martin Co. b. 1832 - 1835 Martin Co.
m. 1849/1850
d. Jan 1880 Martin Co. d. bet 1860 - 1870 (census)

In the 1860 census Dawsy was a farmer with $210 worth of real estate. Dawsy served in the Civil War, enlisting 11 March 1862 as private, Company E 17th Regiment, N.C. Troops. Dawsy's farm was located on the Five Cent Road in the Bear Grass district of Martin County, N.C. The land joined the lands of Mc. D. Rawls, Ganer Road, Hyman Bowen and Robert Warren's line. After Dawsy's death a land division was made to his children, it included about 77 3/4 acres of land. The deed was written 1 April 1885 and was registered 21 February 1887. Leah Ann was the daughter of William Jr. and Mary Ann Mobley. Their six children were:

(1) Samuel Whitley b. 9 February 1851 married Sarah Elizabeth Peal.
(2) Sarah Elizabeth Whitley b. 14 April 1856 married John J. Roberson.
(3) William Whitley
(4) Annariah Whitley
(5) Cynthia L. Whitley b. 17 June 1869 and died 1 November 1936 in Bear Grass, buried 3 November 1936 in the Gurganus Cemetery on Eds Grocery Road. Married Horis Eli Gurganus.
(6) McGilbre Whitley born abt 1847 in the Bear Grass district of Martin County, N.C. He married Mary Jane (maiden name unknown). Mcgilbert was an invalid at a Martin County Home when he died 1 November 1936 of cardio vascular disease. McGilbert and Mary Jane had no children.


14. Samuel Whitley m. Sarah Elizabeth Peal
b. 9 February 1851 b. est. 1851-1855
m. 15 January 1874 Martin County
d. 10 September 921 Martin County d. 20 January 1908 San Saba Texas

Son of Dawsy H. Whitley and Leah Ann Mobley of Martin County, N.C. Samuel was born 9 February 1851 on what is know as the Five Cent Road in the Bear Grass district of Martin County, N.C. He married Sarah Elizabeth (Bettie) Peal on 15 January 1874. Sarah was the daughter of William I. Peal and Sally Ann Whitley. Samuel and Sarah moved to San Saba, San Saba County, Texas about 1875. Sarah died 20 January 1908 in San Saba. Their children where:

(1) Lucy Whitley born 30 May 1875 in Martin County, N.C. Died 11 February 1922 in Guion, Taylor County, Texas. Married George Edward Harrison 1 November 1899 in San Saba, San Saba County, Texas.
(2) Victoria "Vic" Whitley born 6 January 1877 in San Saba County, Texas. Vic was living with her daughter in Comanche, Texas when she died 23 March 1968. Vic married George Naaman Hardman 26 June 1897. Had eight children.
(3) Dasson (Dawson) Whitley born 11 October 1878 in San Saba County Texas. Died 11 February 1961. He married Georgia Goodlove.
(4) Charlie Whitley born 21 December 1880 in San Saba County Texas. Died 4 September 1952.
(5) Jack Whitley born 30 October 1883 in San Saba County Texas. Died 15 December 1978 in San Saba County. Married Neffie Miza Harrion on 17 December 1938.
(6) Amanda Whitley born 19 March 1887 in San Saba County Texas. Died 15 December 1951. Married Jim Churchwell of San Angelo, Texas.
(7) Albert Whitley born 23 October 1888 in San Saba County, Texas. Died 24 July 1951. Married Emmie Cox.
(8) Balzora Whitley born 18 November 1890 in San Saba County, Texas. Died 13 January 1965. Married Dee Rutherford.
(9) Hattie Whitley born 29 July 1892 in San Saba County, Texas. Died 14 December 1949. Married Joe Bryson Phillips. Had two children.

Samuel returned to Bear Grass, Martin County, N.C. In 1908 after the death of Sarah and he married Amanda B. Coltrain on 27 January 1909, daughter of James Washington Coltrain and Lavinia Stallings of Bear Grass. They had two children:

(10) Garland B. Whitley born 3 December 1909 and died 20 December 1978 in the Bear Grass and is buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Williamston, Martin County. Garland married Jessie Mclawhorn Cherry of Martin County and they had no children.
(11) Dunders G. Whitley born 18 September 1911 and died 2 May 1918 in Bear Grass and buried in the Mobley Cemetery in Martin County beside his father Samuel.

The marriage of Amanda and Samuel only lasted a few years before separation as Amanda's family was strongly against the marriage because of the age difference, however there appears to a continuous relationship between them. The marriage certificates states that Amanda was 22 and Samuel was 25. Samuel was born in 1851 and would have been about 58 years old. Samuel died 10 September 1921 and is buried in the Mobley Cemetery on the corner of Harry Ayers Road and Bear Grass Road. Samuel was found dead in Bed on Sunday morning at the home of Mr. J. S. Whitehurst where he resided in the Cross Roads Township. He was 72 years old, apparently in good health when he went to bed on Saturday night at the usual time. He evidently was stricken with a heart attack or apoplexy during the night and died without a struggle. Amanda never remarried and lived many years with her son Garland until her death.

14. Cynthia L. Whitley, m. Horris Eli Gurganus
b. 6/17/1869 b. 15 October 1871
m. 3/9/1892
b. 10/3/1947 d. 2 March 1902.

Daughter of Dawsy H. Whitley and Leah Ann Mobley. Cynthia was born 17 June 1869 in Bear Grass, Martin County, N.C. She married Horris Eli Gurganus on 9 March 1892. Cynthia died 3 October 1947 and buried beside Horris in the Gurganus Cemetery on Eds Grocery Road in Bear Grass. Cynthia and Horris made their home in the Bear Grass area and had six children.

15. Jack Whitley
Son of Samuel Whitley and Sarah Elizabeth Peel, both born in the Bear Grass area of Martin County, N.C. Jack was born 30 October 1883 in San Saba County, Texas. He married Neffie Miza Harrson on 17 December 1938 in San Saba County where they made their home. Jack died 15 December 1978 in San Saba and buried in the ____________________ Cementry. See Neffie Miza Harrison and chart 21C for their children.

15. Lucy Whitley
Daughter of Samuel Whitley and Sarah Elizabeth Peal. Lucy was born 30 May 1875 in the Bear Grass/Williamston area of Martin County, N.C. Son after Lucy was born her parents went to San Saba, San Saba County, Texas. She married George Edward Harrison on 1 November 1899 in San Saba, San Sabea County, Texas. Lucy died 21 February 1921 in Guion and buried in the Bradshaw Cemetery, Bradshaw, Taylor County, Texas. Lucy and George had ten children. See George Edward Harrison and Chart 21B for their children.



Name in the 1790, 1800, 1810, and 1850 Martin County census records identify the following Wheatley/Whitleys.

1790 (1) Benjamin Wheatley, 2 males over 16 and head of family, 1 male under 16, 1 female over 16 and
head of family, 5 slaves.
(2) John Wheatley, 1 male over 16 and head of family, 5 males under 16, 2 females and head of family,
and 1 slave.
(3) Samuel Wheatley, 1 male over 16 and head of family, 1 slave
(4) Hardy Wheatley, 2 males over 16 and head of family, 2 males under 16, 6 females and head of family.

There were no Whitleys' listed in the 1790 census.

1800 (1) Elizabeth Wheatley, 1 female over 45 with 1 slave;
(2) Elizabeth Wheatley, 1 male 10-16, five males 16-26, 1 female 16-26, and 1 female over 45, 2 slaves.
(3) Hardy Wheatley, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 16-26, 1 male over 45, 3 females 16-26, 1 female over 45, no slaves.
(4) Henry Wheatley, 1 male under 10, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 16-45, 4 slaves.
(5) Samuel Wheatley, 2 males 10-16, 1 male over 45. 2 females under 10, 1 female 16-26, 1 female over 45.
(6) Wheatmell Wheatley, 1 male 16-26, 2 females 16-26, 1 female over 45, no slaves.
(8) William Wheatley, 3 males under 10, 1 male 16-45 1 female 26-45, no slaves.

There were no Whitleys' listed in the 1800 census.

1810 (1) Alexander Wheatley, 2 males under 10, 1 male 10-16, 3 males 16-26, 1 male over 45, 2 females under 10, 1 female 16-26, 1 female over 45, no slaves.
(2) Elizabeth Wheatley, 1 male 16-26, 1 male 26-45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 26-45, 1 slave.
(3) Henry Wheatley. 2 males under 10, 1 male 26-45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 26-45, 1 female over 45, 6 slaves.
(4) John Wheatley. 1 male 10-16, 1 male 16-26, 2 slaves.
(5) Samuel Wheatley, 1 male 16-26, 1 male over 45, 1 female over 45, 17 salves.
(6) Thomas Wheatley, 1 male 16-26, no slaves.
(7) William Wheatley, 3 males under 10, 1 male 16-26, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 26-45.
(8) Arthur Whitley, 3 males under 10, 2 males 16-26, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 26-45, no slaves.
(9) Benjamin Whitley, 2 males under 10, 1 male 16-26, 2 females 16-26, 1 female 26-45

There were both Wheatley and Whitleys' listed in the 1810 census.
1850 (1) Sarah Whitley age 30;
(2) Thomas Whitley age 39, wife Misey 37, dau Sarah 10, son Samuel 7 months;
(3) Samuel C. Whitley age 45, dau Susan 12, son George 8 and dau Sarah 1;
(4) Jesse Whitley, age 49, wife Polly 49, dau Nelly 22, dau Margarett 20;
(5) J. A. Whitley 8 months old living in home of Jesse M. Ewell;
(6) Thomas Whitley 17 living in home of Jesse M. Ewell;
(7) William R. Whitley 33, wife Sarah A. 28, dau Jane A. 18, dau Julia H. E. 15;
(8) Thomas Whitley age 30, wife Julia 33, son John 21 months.
(9) Hardy L. Whitley age 44, wife sally 37, dau Jane A, 18, dau Julia H. E. 15, son D. R. 15, son James McG. 11, son Jesse L. 3, dau Sally A. 8, dau Mary A. E. 5, dau Jinnett A. L. 3, son Thomas H. L. 2, William Jinkins 24, Susan Jinkins 23.
(10) Thomas Whitley 30, wife Julia 33, John 33 (Male).

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