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David Louis Sherrill (View posts)
Posted: 24 Mar 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query


Research is being done on this Catawba County surname and I would like to learn more. I will help any respondent with information where possible.
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Re: SHERRILL

J. L. HORNER (View posts)
Posted: 5 Apr 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query


Looking for any information on Mahala Elizabeth Sherrill
daughter of Joseph Sherrill and Mirah Bandy. She Married
Ephriam A. Chesser in December 1857 in Catawba County.
Mahala Sherrill was from Catawba County But Ephriam
Chesser was from Lincoln County. They lived in Lincoln
County until 1870 when they moved to Hawkins County, Tn.

Re: SHERRILL

David L. Sherrill (View posts)
Posted: 13 Apr 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query


CATAWBA Co., Nc. response to J. L. Horner Query
I have 3 Mahala Sherrill's in that time frame. 1. Dau. Silas
2. dau William 3. Dau. of Joseph and Sarah Mayhew m. James Colvard.
I do not have any data on the family you seek. If you find it I would truly love to share it.

I have added this to my alert list.

Thanks. Dave
. Dave
Posted: 21 Feb 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Jul 2002 5:56PM GMT
Surnames: Sherrill, Green, Loyd
HI there!  I have a Rachel Sherrill.  She was born in 1772 in NC that is all I know of her birth. .  She married Nicholas Loyd in Alabama.  They moved for at least a time to Wayne Co. KY.  One of their daughters, Rutha Loyd was born there in 1801.  Rutha married William M. Green.  Her sister Nancy married his brother Lewis.  Lewis went back to AL.  He died there.  Nicholas became guardian to his children.  Rachel and Nicholas went back to AL and died I believe in Lawrence Co.
 
Any info is appreciated as is your time
 
Thanks
 
Theresa Edwards

SHERRILL

Posted: 11 Apr 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 23 Mar 2002 6:09AM GMT
Surnames: SHERRILL
In response to your message, Rachel SHERRILL was b. Aug 12 1760 in NC, the daughter of Aquilla Sherrill and Lucrectia Wilson. Her siblings include: Abenton, Elisha, Abraham, Isaac, Huldah, Ruth, Margaret and Violet. These siblings became scattered through Ky, NC, AL and TN. I would be happy to share more information.

adam sherrill

scottie craig (View posts)
Posted: 31 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: sherrill, johnson, sandusky
looking for info on adam sherrill. i know he was in catawba co and may be burried there . my line is adam-aquilla-elisha and rebecca.rebecca married jacob sandusky on dec.23,1806. they moved to casey co ky. and are buried there. thanks, scottie

Isaac Sherrill,s/o Aquilla

Tina McCarthy (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jun 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Sherrill
Isaac[ son of Aquilla] had at least one son that went to Indiana, Jonathan. Tina

Re: adam sherrill

Posted: 26 Jul 2001 10:14PM GMT

Descendants of Adam Sherrill


Generation No. 1

1. ADAM5 SHERRILL (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 SHERWILL, ADAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1697 in Cecil County, Maryland, and died May 1773 in Sherrill's Ford, North Carolina. He married ELIZABETH ? 1722 in Chester, Pennsylvania. She was born 1701 in Cecil County, Maryland, and died 1769 in Sherrill's Ford, North Carolina.

Notes for ADAM SHERRILL:
Adam recieved half of 200 acre "three partners" tract in Cecil County, Maryland on 13 Dec. 1725 and sold it on 1 Sept. 1736 to Samuel Caldwell.
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This Indenture made the first day of September Anno Dom. one thousand seven hundred & thirty six Between Adam Sherrell of Cecil County in Maryland yeoman of the one part and Samuel Caldwell late of the County of Lancaster in Pensilvania yeoman of the other part witnesseth that whereas Charles Absolute Lord and Proprieter of the said province of Maryland & avalon[?] Lord Baron of Baltimore HRD under his Greater seal at Arms gives grant convey and confirm by his letters Patents a certain tract of land lying scituate and being in the said county of Cecil and known or called by the name of three Partners as by the said patent bearing date the sixteenth day of September one thousand seven hundred & twenty enterd on the records of the land office in the city of Annapolis in Lib'r 8.3217322 relation being thereunto had may more more largeley and amply appear and whereas the said Thomas Jacobs did give grant convey & confirm unto William Sherwill father of the said Adam Sherwill two hundred acres of land part of the said tract called three partners by his deed of feeofment and date bearing the thirtennth day of December one thousand seven hundred and twenty five entered on the records of the land office in the said county of Cecil in Lib'r SK no. 5 in fol's 9 & 10 Reference being thereunto had may at large appear and where as the said Wm Serwill father of the said Adam did give grant convey & confirm unto the said Adam Sherwill his son one hundred acres of land part of the said tract granted him by the said Thomas Jacobs as by the deed of sale of him the said William Sherwell to his son Adam entered on the records in the said county of Cecil reference being thereunto had may more at large appear now know ye that he the said Adam Sherrill & Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds lawfull money of Pensilvania to the said Adam Sherwell & Elizabeth his wife or either of them in hand paid by the said Samuel Caldwell ay or before the ensealing or delivery of these presents the receipt whereof they the said Adam Sherwill and Elizabeth his wife do hereby acknowledge have given granted bargained sold alienated enfeofed & confirmed and by these presents doth give grant alien enfeoff and confirm unto the said Samuel Caldwell his heirs and assigns the said one hundred acres of land Beginning at a white oak bouneded in standing at the north East corner pf the said tract of land called the three partners now runing thence west south west one hundred & sixty perches to a hickory sapling tree thence East South East one hundred and fifty perches thence East North East seventy perches thence by a straight & direct line to the first beginning containing as aforesaid one hundred acres together with all and singular the houses out houses barns stables orchards gardens commons common of pasture ways waters water courses profitts commodities hereditaments and appertenances to the said bargained premises belonging or in any wise appertaining To have and to hold the said bargained premises and every part and parcel thereof with their appertenances to him the s'd Samuel Caldwell hid heirs and assigns forever to his and their only proper use benefit & behoof forever clearly acquitted exonerated & discharged of and from all and all maner of former gifts grants bargains sales leases mortgages wills entails joyntures dowrys judgments executors incumbrances and troubles whatsoever and the said Adam Sherwell and Elizabeth his wife doth further covenant and bind themselves their heirs executors and admin's firmly by these presents warant & defend the said Samuel Caldwell his heirs and assigns against the right claim property interest or demand of him the said Adam Sherwill oe Elizabeth his wife their heirs Exr's Admin's or assigns or any other person by form or under him her or them or by his or their will money or procurement whatsoever & In Witnesseth whereof the said Adam Serwill and Elizabeth his wife have hereunto set their hands & affixed their seals the day and year first above written.
Sealed & delivered in the presence of us} Adam his[II]mark Sherwill {seal}
Isaac Sanders Benjam' Brittain} Elizabeth her[E}mark Sherwill {seal}
Maryland Be it remembered that on the first day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & thirty six personally appeared before me the subscriber one of his Lordships Justices of the Provincial Court Adam Sherwill & Elizabeth his wife & acknowledge the within deed of conveyance to be their act and deed and the land and premises therein mentioned to be the right and property of the said Samuel Caldwell his heirs and assigns forever and the said Elizabeth being privately examined out of the hearing of her said husband by me pursuant to an act of assembly in that case made and provided declared that she gave him her consent to the within alienation & this acknowledgement without any manner of compulsion or fear of her husband
Jon Copson
Sept 10th 17 hundred & thirty six rcvd four shillings sto' the alienation fine of the within 100 acres of land pt. of three partners Jas Paul Heath
Recorded this 10th November 1736 Wm Knight
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Prince Geo County
By virtue of a Warrant granted out of his Lordships Land office of the Province to Adam Sherril of Prince Geo County bearing date Jan ye 11th Anno Dom. 1738 for the quantity of one hundred acres of vacant land he having paid the usual fine for the same as appears & Therefore certifies deputy surveyor of Prince geo County under his edict Samual Lyle Esq. Governor of Maryland I have carefully laid ot for & in the name of him the said Adam Sherrill all that tract of land lying in Prince Geo County called Capt. Johns Bottom Beginning at a bounded white oak standing by the side of Potomac River between the mouth of Anteatum & Conegocheys Creek and in a place called Capt. John Bottom & runing thence north thirty nine deg's West thirty six poles thence south sixty five days West fifty six poles then south forty two poles then south sixteen deg's west twenty two poles then south nine deg's east thirty eight poles then south twenty nine deg's east thirty four poles then south forty three deg's east forty four poles then south fifty seven deg's east eighty poles then south fifty deg's east forty poles then north fifty three deg's east forty four poles then north figty deg's west forty poles then north fifty six deg's west eighty eight poles then by a straight line to the beginning tree containing & now laid out for one hundred acres af land to be held of Conegocheigo Mannor.
Surveyed this 2 day of March Anno Dom 1738
B. Young Exam'd Pet. Dent. dept Surv.
of P. Geo County
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Adam Sherrill received his patent for this land later in the year for 100 acres at anteatum creek. He apparently did not remain long here and probably found the winters in the foothills of western Maryland much colder than was practiccal for farming. Adam began moving south and appears in a militia list of Augusta County Virginia in 1742 with his brothers.
Adam is credited with being the first settler at Catawba, North Carolina at Sherrill Ford about 1747. Received patent on Catawba River in 1751.
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Will
Proven May 1774
Rowan County, North Carolina

In the name of God, Amen, I, Adam Sherrill, of the County of Rowan and the province of North Carolina, being in perfect health and memory, praise be to God, do make and bequeath to my son, Adam Sherrill, one negro fellow called and known by the name of Vaile, to him and his heirs forever after my decease.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son, Quillar Sherrill, one negro after my decease if there is one besides Vail and in case I should have no other after my decease I give unto my son, Quillar, thirty pounds in lieu thereof to be rasied out of my estate after my decease to him and his heris forver.
Item I give and bequeath to my son William Sherrill one of the best horses or mares that I possess at me decease to him and his heirs forever. The true intent and meaning of this my last will is that no other will made by me of by any other in my name shall disannul this my will. And I do constitute and appoint my two sons Adam and Aquillar Sherrill, executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 5th day of March, in the year of our Lord 1772.
his
Adam {A.} Sherrill
mark
Wit:
James Clark
Abraham Roberson
William Berry


More About ADAM SHERRILL:
Burial: May 1773, on a hill at Sherrill's Ford, North Carolina

Notes for ELIZABETH ?:
Elizabeth's name by tradition is supposed to be Corzine. A corzine family did live near the PA MD border and followed the same emigration pattern as the Sherrill's to North Carolina, however a visit to the Maryland archives produced no meanngful inormation that would confirm here name.

Children of ADAM SHERRILL and ELIZABETH ? are:
i. WILLIAM6 SHERRILL1, b. May 01, 1723, Cecil Co; Maryland; d. December 31, 1786, Lincoln Co; North Carolina; m. AGNES WHITE, April 12, 1743, Augusta Co; Virginia; b. February 26, 1725/26, Augusta Co; Virginia; d. November 29, 1795, Lincoln Co; North Carolina.
ii. SAMUEL SHERRILL1, b. October 01, 1725, Cecil Co; Maryland; d. June 22, 1800, Washington Co; Tennessee; m. MARY PRESTON, 1746, Virginia; b. Abt. 1727; d. November 29, 1794, Washington Co; Tennessee.

Notes for SAMUEL SHERRILL:
His home was called Daisy Fields. He was a constable.


iii. URIAH SHERRILL1, b. March 01, 1727/28, Cecil Co; Maryland; d. November 27, 1779, Lincoln Co; North Carolina; m. JUDDITH LEWIS, December 25, 1753.
iv. ADAM SHERRILL1, b. November 01, 1731, Cecil Co; Maryland; d. 1787, Sherrill's Ford, North Carolina; m. (1) ELIZABETH LOWRANCE; m. (2) SINA CORZINE.
v. AQUILLA SHERRILL, b. November 30, 1733, Cecil County, Maryland; d. 1805, Green County, Tennessee; m. LUCRETIA WILSON; b. Abt. 1733, Cecil County, Maryland; d. Aft. 1805, Green County, Tennessee.

Notes for AQUILLA SHERRILL:
Aquilla Sherrill was born in Cecil County, Maryland. IN the early 1740's he would have assisted his father in perfecting the title to the land near Antietum Creek in western Maryland by clearing, improving and planting the land. Shortly there after the familiy moved south even before the serious Indian troubles of the French and Indian War.
Aquilla arrived at Sherrills Ford, North Carolina with his father, Adam Sherrill Sr. in 1747. Aquilla Sherrill witnessed the 1762 deed from his father Adam to Moses Sherrill in Rowan County, North Carolina. On 4 May 1774, he was named executor of his fathers will but did not serve. Possibly he had by then relocated to Tyrone Co., NC. In 1774, he was constable in Tyrone Co., NC.
In 1778 he acquired 400 acres of land on the south side of the Catawba River in Burke Co. Nc. This land adjoined that of Ute Sherrill, Richard Lewis, and John Perkins. This land was obviously near that of Jacob Sherrill Sr. (his brother) who married Hulda Wilson. Hulda is believed to be the sister of Aquilla's wife Lucretia. Aquilla sold this 400 acre plot to John Perkins on 22 Nov. 1791.
Prior to this sale Aquilla Sherrill received a grant of land for 30 pounds in Greene County NC; 300 acres on Cove Creek on the south side of the Nolichucky River. This grant was dated 20 Sep 1787.

Washington County Tennessee Wills 1777-1872, by Goldene Fillers Burgner, Southern Historical Press, 1983, Chattanooga Public Library Tenn R.976.897.Bur ,page 45, No.537
"For 10 pounds per 100 acres-to Acquilla Sherril 300 acres in Green County on Cove Creek, South side of Nolichucky River. Richard Caswell at Kinston, 20 September 1787."

A few years later on Dec 26 1791 William Huchuinson acquired 150 adjoining acres. This land also adjoined Samuel Wilson and Alexander Martin. Aquilla was evidently in residence on this property prior to 1785 when he was appointed to view and mark a road from Warm Springs on the French Broad River to Greenville. He was appointed to do the same twice more, the last of record being a road from Greenville to Aquilla Sherrill's. Greene Co., NC became Greene Co., TN in 1796. The land in Greene Co., TN was sold on 21 Apr 1805 following his death to Wm. Houston. This Houston was the husband of Hannah Sherrill daughter of Adam Sherrill Sr. (son of Samuel) and Mary McCormick.
Aquilla's will was discovered among the old files of Green County Tennessee, formerly Greene County Nc. around 1966. A transcription of this will from a xerox copy provided by Wanda Clark of Oklahoma follows.

In the name of God Amen, I Aquila Sherl of the County of Green and State of Tennessee being very sick and weake but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto God calling unto mind the mortality of my body and that it is appointed fro all men once to dye, do make this my last will and testament thaat is principaly and firts of all I recommend my sole to the hand of Almighty God that gave it, and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in a Christian decent manner, nothing doubting but at the genearl resurrection I shall recieve the same again by the mighty power of God and as touching of such worldly estatets wherewith it hath been pleasing to God to indow me with in this life. I give divise and dispose of the same in the following of manner and form. First of all, all my debts is to be paid out of my moveable estates. Secondly I give to my son Elisha Sherl my black boy, called Tobe, and then an equal share of the rest of my estate. Thirdly, I give to my wife Lucresey Sherl my horse called Whaiteman and our cow and she must let my granddaughter Louise have part of the use of the horse sometimes when she is not wanting to use him herself and my granddaughter Lavine must have her cow known by the name of her cow also I give and bequeath to my wife Lucresy Sherl and Vine my granddaughter al my household furniture then all the rest of my movable property and negros are to be sold at publick sale by my Executors and also all my land at public sale to be sold by my Executor at one years credit and then the hole amount of my estate before mentioned for to be sold to be collected by me Executor and that to be divided in equal shares between my wife Lucrece Cherl and my so Elisha Sherl and Abenton Sherl and Abraham Sherl and Isaac Sherl and my daughter Hulde WiIlson and Rachel Loyd and Ruth Pryer and Marget Willson and Vilet Hutcheson and my granddaughter Lavina, Also I do appoint GIles Parman Esquire my lawful Executor to this my last will and testament, and I do hereby utterly disavow, revvoke and disannull all and every other Testaments, will, Legaces and bequeath heretofore made, ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and fixed my seal this nineteenth day of January in the year one thousand eight hundred and five.

The same is transcripted in part in Washington County Tennessee Wills, by Goldene Fillers Burgner.


vi. ISAAC SHERRILL1, b. June 20, 1736, Cecil Co; Maryland; m. MARY.
vii. JACOB SHERRILL1, b. August 21, 1739, Cecil Co; Maryland; d. January 11, 1813, Wilson Co; Tennessee; m. HULDA WILSON, 1757, Rowan Co; North Carolina; b. Bet. 1736 - 1738, Cecil County, Maryland; d. 1834, Wilson Co; Tennessee.
viii. MOSES SHERRILL1, b. August 08, 1742, Augusta Co; Virginia; d. January 15, 1813, Sherrill's Ford, North Carolina; m. SARAH SIMPSON, January 28, 1768, Rowan County, North Carolina.



Endnotes

1. William Gossage, GEDCOM of the Sherrill Family, (WGOSSAGE@AOL.COM by transfer), "Electronic."

Re: SHERRILL

Lynn Brooks (View posts)
Posted: 15 Nov 2001 4:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi,
My great great grandfather was born in Catawba, N.C. on April 21, 1856. His parents were Richard Luke Sherrill, born Sept. 25, 1830, died April 27, 1911 and Crissa Hagler born Sept. 25, 1828, died July 23, 1911. This part of the family fianlly went to Stevenville, Tx. Thanks.
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