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Abraham Joiner of NC

Abraham Joiner of NC

Kim McGahee (View posts)
Posted: 26 Oct 2000 11:37AM GMT
Looking for any info on Abraham Joiner of Pitt county NC, he married Xegria Homby. One of their childrens names were Malachi. I don't have any dates for Abraham or his wife. Malachi was born in 1781.

Abraham Joiner

Posted: 3 Nov 2000 1:15AM GMT
Edited: 28 Mar 2002 12:50AM GMT
Do you mean Joiner or Joyner? Most spellings of the name in the 18th century were still with a Y.
The 1790 census for Pitt County lists an Abram Joyner, with a family of 8, including 4 males under the age of 16 and 2 females.

Abraham Joiner/Joyner

Kim McGahee (View posts)
Posted: 3 Nov 2000 6:17PM GMT
He is listed as Abraham Joyner, he married Keziah Hemby. I am trying to link Malachi Joiner/Joyner as his son. Malachi was born in 1781 and married Rachel Gardner of SC. and he died in Sandersville, Ga. Washington County in 1854. His son Malachi Jr. fought and died in the civil war. He is buried in Fredrick City, Maryland. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks Kim

Mary Sabre(a) Joiner

Melendia Trowell (View posts)
Posted: 3 Nov 2000 6:59PM GMT
I am trying to find out something about the above named. She was my great, great, great grandmother. She was born in Anson County NC in 1825 and married a William Sharp. That is all the info. I have.
Thanks for any help anyone can give.

Abraham and Malachi Joiner

Posted: 4 Nov 2000 11:24AM GMT
Edited: 28 Mar 2002 12:50AM GMT
A Malachi Joiner appears in the 1820 census for Washington County, Georgia, aged 45, with one male and three females in the household. From this, the date of birth would be 1775. This is in a book I have that has extracts from census and other information sources about Joiners and Joyners. If you check the census, you may find other clues.
The same book shows an Abraham Joyner in the 1790 census for Northampton County, North Carolina, no age given, with two males over 16, two under 16 and five females in the household.
There is also a listing for a will registered in Northampton County by Abrahma Joyner in 1793. Legatees are his wife, Sarah, and children Giles, Mary, Mildred, Elizabeth and Charity.
An earlier entry in this book says that Abraham was born in 1708 and died in 1792 or 1793. These are the only children listed.

abraham JOYNER/keziah HEMBY

debbie joyner helton (View posts)
Posted: 10 Dec 2000 12:37AM GMT
In the Pitt County NC Gen. Quarterly dated sometime last summer, there is an ANDERSON family bible record. Abraham Joyner died in 1820 and the ANDERSON bible indicates that he died in Georgia, but no mention of when he went or who he took. Abraham is my ggg grandfather and my g grandmother is Mary Francis ANDERSON JOYNER. The bible lists all ANDERSON births/deaths and many of the JOYNER'S. I am trying to find out more details about how Abraham got to Georgia and why and possible the link to Malachi!
Thanks for any info!

Sabra Joiner-William Sharp

Evelyn Williams Olschner (View posts)
Posted: 9 Jan 2001 12:16PM GMT
I have been in contact with a supposed cousin of mine named Flo Suits concerning an ancestor of hers, Sabra Joiner, married to William Sharp. Flo's e-mail address is jcsuit@atlantic.net. Her ancestor, William Sharp, was born in 1820 in Al. per the 1850 census for Stewart Co., Ga. and his spouse was Sabrey, was born abt. 1823in N. C. Check with Flo. This may be a coincidence but maybe not.

Elizabeth Joiner m. Joseph Crouch

Patricia Glass Luther (View posts)
Posted: 23 Feb 2001 9:24AM GMT
Do you have any information on an Elizabeth Joiner (b 1802 NC)?
She married Joseph Crouch (b 21 Jan 1803 Greene co., GA) on
20 Dec. 1821 in Greene co., GA.

Joseph's parents were Geroge Crouch Sr. (b. 1774 MD; d. 1851 Muscogee co., GA) and Betsy Bush (b 1774; d1824 Putnam co., GA).

I have not been able to locate any information on Elizabeth
Joiner from North Carolina. Please let me know if you see a
connection.

Thank you,
Patricia Luther
(Austin, TX area)

Re: Abraham Joiner of NC/SC

Posted: 22 Dec 2002 2:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 Feb 2003 12:42AM GMT
Surnames: JOINER, JOYNER
There is another Abraham Joyner/Joiner (1780-aft 1850) in NC, who appears in Columbus Co, NC in the 1830 and 1840 censuses. I believe I find him across the state line in Horry Co, SC in the 1850 census. Possible sons appearing as next door neighbors in the Horry Co, SC 1850 census are Israel Joiner (1804-aft 1860) and Isaac Joiner (1806-aft 1860). I don't know if there's any connection but I thought you might be interested. Let me know if you have any information on these folks. Below are some notes I have accumulated over the years:

1830: Abraham Joyner(M50-60) appears as head of a family in Columbus Co, NC census, page 015. Also enumerated are F50-60,M20-30,F20-30,M15-20.

1840: Abram Joyner(M60-70) appears as head of a family in Columbus Co, NC census, page 063. Also enumerated are F60-70,M30-40,M20-30 plus a M70-80(who is this?).

1850: A. (M70) and Lucy D. (F72) Joiner appear as heads of a family in Horry Co, SC census, page 049.

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