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William Temple Coles to Alexander Martin - 1772

William Temple Coles to Alexander Martin - 1772

Posted: 30 Dec 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Deed
Edited: 2 May 2006 11:54PM GMT
Surnames: COLES, MARTIN
ALEXANDER MARTIN, ESQ.
Purchased from
WILLIAM TEMPLE COLES
ROWAN COUNTY, N.C.
DEED BOOK 8, Page 54
8 July 1772

This Indenture, made the eighth Day of July in the twelfth Year of the
Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, & in the year of our Lord
one Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Two BETWEEN William Temple Coles,
Esquire of Rowan County in the Province of North Carolina of the one Part,
and ALEXANDER MARTIN Atto. At Law, and of the Same Place of the other
Part, Witnesseth, That for and in Consideration of the sum of Five
pounds proclamation Money by the sd. Alexander Martin to the sd. William
Temple Coles in hand paid, the Receipt Whereof is hereby fully
Acknowledged; he the sd. William Temple Coles hath Given, Granted,
Bargained & Sold, & by these presents, Doth Give, Grant, Bargain & Sell,
unto the sd. Alexander Martin his heirs and assigns, a Certain piece or
Parcel of Land Lying & being in the Town of Salisbury. Beginning on
Corbin Street at a Stake fifteen poles S. West from the S. West Corner
of Lot Number eight in the West Square, of the said Town, Reference
being had to the plan of sd. Town will more fully and at Large Appear
Running Along the said Street S. West to a Stake twelve Poles, thence N.
West twenty four Poles to a Stake, thence N. East, twelve Poles to a
Stake thence S. East twenty containing two hundred & Eighty Eight Square
poles, or two Lotts of Land. To the only proper Use & Behoof of the sd.
Alexander Martin his Heirs & assigns for ever. To Have & to hold, the
afsd. Two Lots of Land, with the Appurtenances, and all Rights,
Previleges and Improvements to the Same, in any-wise belonging to him
the sd. Alexander Martin his Heirs and Assigns, forever, And the sd.
William Temple Coles for himself, & his Heirs & Assigns, Doth hereby
Covenant and agree, to and with the sd. Alexander Martin that he the sd.
Alexander Martin and his heirs & Assigns, Shall & may for ever hereafter,
Peaceably & Quietly have, hold, occupy, Possess & Enjoy, the aforegranted
Land and premises, Without the Let or Molestation of any person
Whatsoever, and free & Clear from all, & all Manner of Incumbrance
Whatsoever & the sd. Wiliam Temple Coles Doth oblige himself and his
Heirs, Executors, & Admrs. To Warrant & Defend the afore-granted Lands &
premises to him the sd. Alexander Martin & his Heirs & Assigns, for ever,
against the Claim of all Persons, Whatsoever, In Witness Whereof, the sd.
William Temple Coles hath hereunto set his hand & Seal the Day & year
first Above Written.

Wm. Temple Coles {seal}
Signed Sealed & Delivered
In the presence of } John Dunn

Godard Debruhs

Novr. Term 1772
North Carolina
Rowan County } I hereby Certify that the within Deed was proved in open
Court & Recorded in the ClerkÂ’s office According to Law.

Ordered to be Registered Ad. Osborne, C. C.

Re: William Temple Coles to Alexander Martin - 1772

LIZ (View posts)
Posted: 30 Dec 2001 1:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: COLE
could you help me with information you have on WILLIAM TEMPLE COLE?

I know Wm. T. COLE was in Rowan Co., NC. is he the WILLIAM COLE that helped establish Randolph Co., NC in 1774? I saw that WILLIAM COLE was listed along with other Rowan Co., NC men such as Wm. MILLIAN, J. SHEPPARD, among others, as founding fathers of Randolph Co., NC. I never see WILLIAM COLE in Randolph Co., NC listed as WILLIAM T. COLE so I am not sure if there is any relation.

would like any help you can give me on WILLIAM COLE in Randolph Co., NC. I have that WILLIAM COLE ma. Susanna and was the father of STEPHEN COLE. LIZ

Re: William Temple Coles to Alexander Martin - 1772

Posted: 9 Aug 2002 2:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Coles
I have a William Temple Coles who received a Grant to himself and Lewis Beard in Randolph County. 640 acres. This grant was in thew id 1780's [not sure exactly when as I am away from my proof]. It was originally granted in Guilford but when it was surveyed the land had become part of the new Randolph County. My WTC was a Captain in the NC Cont'l Line from Rowan County. His father was William Temple Coles, sheriff, JP and other offices in Rowan Co. Will be glad to share info.
Bill Coles
wmtempco@comcast.net

Re: William Temple Coles to Alexander Martin - 1772

marsha (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jun 2004 12:04AM GMT
Classification: Query
i am researching the coles for my grandfather we are direct descendants of William Temple Coles I, II, III. I would apprieciate any info that you may have
thank you
marsha

Re: William Temple Coles to Alexander Martin - 1772

Bill Coles (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jun 2004 12:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Coles, Jolly, Wilson, Winkler, Cartwright
I am a direct descendant of William Temple Coles. He was born in Dublin Ireland in 1735 and supposedly came to American in 1754 with the expedition for the French and Indian War. I have ALL info on him and his descendants to the present time. I also have his parents and Grandparents. I have written a fully footnoted Loose Leaf Book on WTC. I have formed a group of Coles Cousins and we have banded together to further research on this Coles Ancestor. There are about 30 of us and we pay $25.00 a year in order to fund research in Ireland and England. The book can be copies for $40.00 and the mailing cost is 9.95. I will be glad to furnish any other info on WTC you maight need. Please write me direct at wmtempco@aol.com
Bill Coles

Re: William Temple Coles to Alexander Martin - 1772

Libby (View posts)
Posted: 27 Oct 2004 12:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cole Phifer
Would it be possible to learn if this William had a daughter named Ann who married a Henry Phifer? I am just trying to locate her parents.

Re: William Temple Coles to Alexander Martin - 1772

Bill (View posts)
Posted: 27 Oct 2004 12:31AM GMT
Classification: Query
No he had one daughter Henrietta Maria Coles born in 1763. She married Phillip Fishburn and lived in Bedford PA until her death in 1854

Bill Coles
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