Family of Richard and Mary (Anderson) Cottrell of New Kent Co., VA

Notes


4. Richard Cottrell

Baptismal Record:

The Parish Register of St. Peter's New Kent County, Virginia 1680-1787

Page 5: Richard Cotterell son of Rich. Cotterell bapt. Dec. ye 17th, 1710.

Cottrell Family History of Henrico Co., VA states Richard Cottrell was born 1712 in France

Cottrell Family Bible Record 1733-1882 at Library of Virginia:

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/Bible/21023/index.html Bible Record Image 1 0001.tiff
http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/Bible/21023/index.html Bible Record Image 2 0002.tiff
http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/Bible/20137/index.html Bible Record Image 6 0006.tiff

Deeds:

5 Jul 1736 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 1, Volume 3 Page 560: Tho Cotrall of par and Co Henrico sells Richd Cotrell of same par, for L 15., 100 acres in same par on lower side of Deep Run. Signed Thomas Cotral: Wit: Abraham Childers, Charles Cotrall. Recorded 1st Monday in July 1736.

30 May 1737 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 1, Volume 3 Page 632: Abraham Childers of County & Parish of Henrico, to Thomas Bates of same, for L 15, 200 acres; being part of tract where said Childers now lives, granted by patent to him, bounded by said Childers and land he sold to James Going. Wit: William Street, Richard Cotrall; Signed W. Byrd, Maria, wife of William, relinquished her dower right, Recorded 1st Mon. in June 1737.

5 March 1747 Henrico Co., VA Deeds (1737-1750) Page 32: John Jones of County and Parish of Henrico to William Jones of same, for 5-pounds sold 75-acres in same parish; being part of land where said John lives, purchased of Abraham Childress and bounded by Moilum's line, and John Lankester. Witnesses: Charles John Thomas, William Merriman, and Richard Cottrell. Signed, James Jones. Registered Monday, April 1st 1748.

Nov 1748 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 2 , Volume 5 Page 49: Thomas Alley of County & Parish of Henrico, for love & affection to my son Thomas Alley, Jr., 200 acres in Henrico Parish, on Stony Run, a branch of Deep Run, being part of 400 acres granted by patent, bounded by Charles Christian. Wit: Richard Cottrell, Thomas Hughes. Signed: Thos. (A) Alley, Sr. Recorded 1st Mon. Nov. 1748.

November 1750 Henrico Co., VA Colonial Wills (1737-1781) Page 38: Inventory of William Gording by Benjamin Clarke, Richard Cottrell, and John Lancaster. Presented by Robert Gording and recorded November 1750.

5 September 1757 Henrico Co., VA Deeds & Wills (1750-1767) Page 515: John Lancaster, sold 180-acres for 50-pounds to his son Nathaniel Lankester described as on the south side of Deep Run Creek, adjoining John North and John Lancaster_s line to Richard Cottrell and John Eels to William Jones. Witnessed: Christopher John Thomas, John Lankester, and Francis (x) Lankester.

13 October 1763 Henrico Co., VA Deeds (1750-1774) Page 889: Nathaniel Lancaster to William Jones both of Henrico Co., VA for 150-pounds sold 180-acres adjoining John Miller, Richard Cottrell, John Lancaster and William Jones. Witnesses: Christopher John Thomas, David Allen and William Allen Lancaster. Signed Nathaniel Lancaster. Hope Lancaster, wife of Nathaniel Lancaster relinquished her dower rights. Recorded: November 7th 1763.

December 1764 Henrico Co., VA Colonial Wills (1737-1781) Page 394: John Lancaster, Richard Cottrell, Benjamin Johnson and John Jude to appraise estate of David Melton, deceased.

December 1764 Henrico Co., VA Colonial Wills (1737-1781) Page 395: Will of Peter Puryear presented by Hezekiah Puryear and Obadiah Smith, two of the executors and proved: James Gunn and Isaac Young husband Security: William Jones, Richard Cottrell, John Jude, and John Lancaster to appraise.

4 February 1765 Henrico Co., VA Colonial Wills (1737-1781) Page 1975: Inventory of David Melton deceased, estate value is 18-pounds 3-shillings 6-pence by Richard Cottrell, John Lankester. Registered February 4th 1765.

September 1767 Henrico Co., VA Colonial Wills (1737-1781) Page 137: Will of Mary Walters presented by Christopher John Thomas, Executor, and proved by John Ellis, a witness; security by John Lancaster. Joseph Ellis, Thomas Ellis, Richard Cottrell and William Ellis to appraise estate.


Vestry Book:

The Vestry Book of Henrico Parish, VA 1730-1773, St. John's Church, Richmond, VA
Page 57, 1739 - Land processioned
17 August 1751 Henrico Co., VA Pages 90-91: John Lancaster, Richard Cottrell, Joseph Ellis and Joseph Freeman to renew the bounds of Precinct 1, processing lands, to name all persons in precinct of Curls Church from the mouth of the Great West Ham to William Gordon's road to the James River.


Other Wills and Administrations for Richard Cottrell of Henrico Co., VA

Administration of Estate of James Pattison by widow Joyce Pattison May 1759 Page 324
Complaint of Susanna Puryear widow of Peter 30 Apr 1765/6 May 1765 Pages 454/917
Administrator for Elizabeth Eales Nov 1768 Page 371
Inventory of Elizabeth Eales 8 Dec 1768 Page 2039
Administration of Estate of Thomas Alley Oct 1765 Page 531
Will of Henry Woody No Date Page 641
Will of Mary Walters No Date Page 137
Will of Thomas Ellis 16 Sep 1771/Mar 1776/7 Jul 1783 Page 68

Will of Richard Cottrell
15 Feb 1788, Henrico Co., VA
Pages 225-227 Will pro. 2 Apr 1792
Pages 230-232 Inv & appr. rec 7 May 1792
Will Book 2 (1787-1802)

Religious Petition:
31 Oct 1786 Henrico Co., VA Item 4 Image 5
Location: http://memory.loc.gov./ammem/collections/petitions/place.html


Judith Smith

Death Record:

Cottrell Family Bible Record 1733-1882

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/Bible/20137/index.html Bible Record Image 6 0006.tiff


13. Martha Cottrell

Birth Record:

Cottrell Family Bible Record 1733-1882

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/Bible/20137/index.html Bible Record Image 6 0006.tiff

Will of Richard Cottrell
15 Feb 1788, Henrico Co., VA
Pages 225-227 Will pro. 2 Apr 1792
Pages 230-232 Inv & appr. rec 7 May 1792
Will Book 2 (1787-1802)

Will of Martha Cottrell
3 Jun 1808, Henrico Co., VA
Page 474, Will pro. 3 Apr 1809
Will Book 3


19. Elizabeth Cottrell

Birth and Death Record:

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/Bible/21023/index.html Bible Record Image 2 0002.tiff


20. Noel Cottrell

Birth and Death Record:

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/Bible/21023/index.html Bible Record Image 2 0002.tiff


6. Susanna Cottrell

Birth and Marriage Record:

Thomas Cottrel Family Bible 1710-1770

Susanna daughter of Thomas Cottrel and Martha his wife was born 25 March 1710

Susanna Cottrel and William North was married 11 April 1726

Baptismal Record:

The Parish Register of St. Peter's New Kent County, Virginia 1680-1787

Page 5: Susanna daught of Thomas Cotterel bapt. April ye 1st, 1710.

Will of William North
Henrico County Wills and Administration (1662-1800)
Deed Book 1744-1748. 1748-1750
Page 370-371, probated 1 Apr 1748
Page 21-22, Inventory rec. Aug 1748


William North

Will of William North
1706 Essex Co., VA
Page 16. Guardian Bond rec. 14 Feb 1711
Deeds & Wills No. 14 1711-1716

Land Patent:

12 Mar 1739 Henrico Co., VA 71 acres on the north side of James River
Patent Book 18 1738-1739 Page 531
Library of Virginia: http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/LONN/LO-1/016/016_0549.tif

Deeds:

5 July 1736 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 1 Volume 3 Page 561: Tho Cotrall sells Wm North of Henrico par, for L 20., 50 acres on S side of Deep Run, Old House Branch, being plantation first settled by Thos Baley, etc. Signed: Thomas Cotrell. Wit: Abra Childers, Elizabeth x Childers. Rec. - July 1736.

3 May 1742 Henrico Co., VA Deeds 1737-1750, page 1169: Israel Winfree of Henrico Co., to William Hughes of St. Pauls Parish, Hanover Co., for L 50, Two tracts of 650 acres on north side of James River on branch of Tuckahoe Creek called Deep Run, bounded by James Spears, a branch of Chickahominy called Merediths branch, John Walters, 400 acres; the tract of 250 acres is part of larger tract patented by Abraham Childers and by him transferred to Thos. Conway, who is transferred both tracts to said Winfree 2 Nov. 1741. Wit: Thomas Cottrell, William (M) North, Sarah (S) Harson. Signed: Bety (+) Winfree, Israel Winfree. Recorded 1st Mon. May 1742.

Library of Virginia Microfilm Reel 66
Henrico County Order Book 1737-1746
May Court 1742 - Page 182 ; Holman Freeman acknowledges a Deed with Livery and Seisin Endorsed to Wm. North which is ordered to be recorded.

1748 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 2 Page 53: Thomas Cottrell of Albemarle Co., for L 30, paid by William North, dec'd; of County and Parish of Henrico in his lifetime, 75 acres in same parish on Deep Run, a branch of Tuckahoe Creek, and is tract where Martha Padason, mother of said Thomas Cottrell now lives, which I bought of Holman Freeman, bounded by Samuel Pinchum and Thomas Alley. North in his will gave said land to his son Abraham North, and it is conveyed to him. Wit: Joseph Freeman, John (I) North, Jameston (J) Pattison; Signed: Thomas Cottrell, Recorded 1st Mon. Dec. 1748.

Will of William North
Henrico County Wills and Administration (1662-1800)
Deed Book 1744-1748. 1748-1750
Page 370-371, probated 1 Apr 1748
Page 21-22, Inventory rec. Aug 1748


23. Susanna North

Will of William North
Henrico County Wills and Administration (1662-1800)
Deed Book 1744-1748. 1748-1750
Page 370-371, probated 1 Apr 1748
Page 21-22, Inventory rec. Aug 1748


25. John North

Deed:

1748 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 2 Volume 5 Page 53: Thomas Cottrell of Albemarle Co., for L 30, paid by William North, dec'd; of County and Parish of Henrico in his lifetime, 75 acres in same parish on Deep Run, a branch of Tuckahoe Creek, and is tract where Martha Padason, mother of said Thomas Cottrell now lives, which I bought of Holman Freeman, bounded by Samuel Pinchum and Thomas Alley. North in his will gave said land to his son Abraham North, and it is conveyed to him. Wit: Joseph Freeman, John (I) North, Jameston (J) Pattison; Signed: Thomas Cottrell, Recorded 1st Mon. Dec. 1748.

3 October 1763 Henrico Co., VA Deeds (1750-1774) Page 863: John North and Sarah his wife to Thomas North for 30-pounds sold 100 acres adjoining John Lancaster, Anthony North, Old House Branch, Thomas North, Thomas Randolph, David Allen and William Jones. Witnesses: Christopher John Thomas, Abraham North, William Allen Lancaster, and Anthony North. Signed John (E, his mark) North. Sarah (mark) North. Recorded October 3rd 1763.

Will of William North
Henrico County Wills and Administration (1662-1800)
Deed Book 1744-1748. 1748-1750
Page 370-371, probated 1 Apr 1748
Page 21-22, Inventory rec. Aug 1748


26. Anthony North

Will of William North
Henrico County Wills and Administration (1662-1800)
Deed Book 1744-1748. 1748-1750
Page 370-371, probated 1 Apr 1748
Page 21-22, Inventory rec. Aug 1748

Deeds:

3 October 1763 Henrico Co., VA Deeds (1750-1774) Page 863: John North and Sarah his wife to Thomas North for 30-pounds sold 100 acres adjoining John Lancaster, Anthony North, Old House Branch, Thomas North, Thomas Randolph, David Allen and William Jones. Witnesses: Christopher John Thomas, Abraham North, William Allen Lancaster, and Anthony North. Signed John (E, his mark) North. Sarah (mark) North. Recorded October 3rd 1763.

3 October 1768 Henrico Co., VA Deeds & Wills (1767-1774) Page 153: A deed of record from Anthony North to Royal Richard Allen for 40-pounds sold 70-acres on Deep Run Creek, adjoining the property of John Lancaster, Sr., William Hall, R. R. Allen, and Nicholas Amos.


27. Richard North

Will of William North
Henrico County Wills and Administration (1662-1800)
Deed Book 1744-1748. 1748-1750
Page 370-371, probated 1 Apr 1748
Page 21-22, Inventory rec. Aug 1748


28. Mary North

Will of William North
Henrico County Wills and Administration (1662-1800)
Deed Book 1744-1748. 1748-1750
Page 370-371, probated 1 Apr 1748
Page 21-22, Inventory rec. Aug 1748


7. Thomas Cottrell

Birth and Marriage Record:

Thomas Cottrel Family Bible 1710-1770

Thomas son of Thomas Cottrel and Martha his wife was born 2 April 1711

Thomas Cottrel and Susanna Pattison was married 23 April 1733

Baptismal Record:

The Parish Register of St. Peter's New Kent County, Virginia 1680-1787

Page 5: Thomas son of Thomas Cotterell baptized April ye 22nd, 1711.

Mentioned in Land Patents:

Book 15, Page 197

Jacob Robinson, 390 a, in Henrico County, North side James Rivers; c. of Col. Thomas Randolph's line, parting Abraham Childers & said Robinson; John Walter's line parting the said Childers & Robinson & Walters; c. parting said Walters, Robinson, & Thomas Cottrill. 6 Apr 1734

Book 16, Pages 295-297

Henry Holman, 343 a, Henrico County, both sides of Deep Run on the North side of James River, by William Randolph, William North, George Freeman, Thomas Cotrel & Thomas Alley. 29 Sep 1735

Deeds:

5 Jul 1736 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 1, Volume 3 Page 560: Tho Cotrall of par and Co Henrico sells Richd Cotrell of same par, for L 15., 100 acres in same par on lower side of Deep Run. Signed Thomas Cotral: Wit: Abraham Childers, Charles Cotrall. Recorded 1st Monday in July 1736.

5 July 1736 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 1 Volume 3 Page 561: Tho Cotrall sells Wm North of Henrico par, for L 20., 50 acres on S side of Deep Run, Old House Branch, being plantation first settled by Thos Baley, etc. Signed: Thomas Cotrell. Wit: Abra Childers, Elizabeth x Childers. Rec. - July 1736.

30 July 1737 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 1 Volume 3 Page 666-A: John Bow of St. Pauls Parish, Hanover Co., to John Moseby of Henrico Co., for L 10, land bounded by John Watson and Broad branch, 200 acres. Wit: Robert Sharp, Thomas Cottrall, Will Garthright; Signed: John (I); Mary, wife of John, relinquished her dower rights, Recorded 1st Mon. Oct 1737.

3 May 1742 Henrico Co., VA Deeds 1737-1750, page 1169: Israel Winfree of Henrico Co., to William Hughes of St. Pauls Parish, Hanover Co., for L 50, Two tracts of 650 acres on north side of James River on branch of Tuckahoe Creek called Deep Run, bounded by James Spears, a branch of Chickahominy called Merediths branch, John Walters, 400 acres; the tract of 250 acres is part of larger tract patented by Abraham Childers and by him transferred to Thos. Conway, who is transferred both tracts to said Winfree 2 Nov. 1741. Wit: Thomas Cottrell, William (M) North, Sarah (S) Harson. Signed: Bety (+) Winfree, Israel Winfree. Recorded 1st Mon. May 1742.

Library of Virginia Microfilm Reel No. 66
Henrico County Order Book 1737-1746

May Court 1742 - Page 182: Thomas Cottral acknowledges a Deed with Livery and Seisin Endorsed to John Lancaster which is ordered to be recorded. Holman Freeman acknowledges a Deed with Livery and Seisin Endorsed to Thomas Cotrall which is ordered to be recorded. Nicholas Pryer acknowledges a Deed with Livery and Seisin Endorsed to Tho. Cotrall which is ordered to be recorded.

May Court 1742 - Page 182: Randolph vs CotralWilliam Randolph Gent plt. agt. Thomas Cotrall and Nicholas Pryer Defts. Debt upon a Bond between The Said Thomas Cotrall one of the Defendt. appears and on his failings to make any Defense or to gain any favor of the plaintiff by his attorney it is ordered that Judgment be Entered for him agt. the Defendt for the Sum of twenty pounds fourteen shillings and four pence Current money to be Discharged in a payment of five pounds of the like money currency to be on the Said Bond with Lawful Interest from the Second Day of April 1739 untill payment mentioned of this Suit.

1748 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 2 Page 53: Thomas Cottrell of Albemarle Co., for L 30, paid by William North, dec'd; of County and Parish of Henrico in his lifetime, 75 acres in same parish on Deep Run, a branch of Tuckahoe Creek, and is tract where Martha Padason, mother of said Thomas Cottrell now lives, which I bought of Holman Freeman, bounded by Samuel Pinchum and Thomas Alley. North in his will gave said land to his son Abraham North, and it is conveyed to him. Wit: Joseph Freeman, John (I) North, Jameston (J) Pattison; Signed: Thomas Cottrell, Recorded 1st Mon. Dec. 1748.

Court Papers:

Albemarle County Virginia Court Papers 1744-1783
1749 Folder Page 6: Order to summon Thomas Cottrel as a witness for James Patteson in his case agst John Blize for debt. 13 July. Patteson's bill for gun barrel (2 items).

Vestry Book:

The Vestry Book of Henrico Parish, Virginia 1730-1773, St. John's Church, Richmond, VA
Page 57, 1739 - Land processioned

Land Patent:

12 Jul 1750 Albemarle Co., VA 300 acres on both sides of Buffalo River
Patent Book 29 1749-1751 Page 258-259
Library of Virginia: http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/LONN/LO-1/027/027_0273.tif, 027_0274.tif

Will of Thomas Cottrell
3 Jul 1762, Amherst Co., VA
Pages 21-22 Will pro. 2 May 1763
Pages 22-23 Exors. bond rec. 2 May 1763
Pages 30-31 Inv. & appr. rec 4 July 1763
Will Book 1 (1761-1780)

Will of Thomas Parks
24 Feb 1752, Albemarle Co., VA
Page 101, Will pro. 12 Mar 1761
Will Book 2

French and Indian War militia and provisioners to the militia from Albemarle Co., VA - 1758
Thomas Cotrell, do. 00 17 6


Susanna Pattison

Will of Thomas Cottrell
3 Jul 1762, Amherst Co., VA
Pages 21-22 Will pro. 2 May 1763
Pages 22-23 Exors. bond rec. 2 May 1763
Pages 30-31 Inv. & appr. rec 4 July 1763
Will Book 1 (1761-1780)

Deed:

July 1740 Court Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 2 Page 114: Thomas Cottral to Samuel Pincham, deed. Susannah wife of Thomas, relinquishes her dower right.

Land Patent:

30 Aug 1763 Amherst Co., VA
Patent Book 35 Pages 341-342 700 acres on Franklins & Molls Creek
Library of Virginia: http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/LONN/LO-1/035/035_0359.tif, 035_0360.tif


31. Gilbert Cottrell

Will of Thomas Cottrell
3 Jul 1762, Amherst Co., VA
Pages 21-22 Will pro. 2 May 1763
Pages 22-23 Exors. bond rec. 2 May 1763
Pages 30-31 Inv. & appr. rec 4 July 1763
Will Book 1 (1761-1780)

Deeds:

Deed Book C Page 370 Amherst Co., VA 1 Aug 1772
Gilbert Cottrell,AC, to James Donalds and Company a deed of trust for 5 shillings money. Mare, cow, furntiure and "tobacco he makes with William Bibb"

Deed Book E Page 145 Amherst Co., VA 5 Dec 1778
Thomas Cottrell, Gilbert Cottrell and wife Elizabeth and James Cottrell, AC, to Aaron Higginbotham, Sr, AC, for 425 pounds money, 300 acres on sides of Buffalo where Thomas Cottrell, dec'd, lived and willed to his five sons. Lines: State Sct. Carter, Buflow River, Aaron Higginbotham.
Witness: Thomas Cottrell, Jr., William Loving, Aaron Higginbotham, Edward Cox, and John Loving, Jr.

Religious Petition:
1 Nov 1779 Amherst Co., VA Item 5 Image 2 (Gilbert Cotrell)
Location: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/petitions/place.html

Census Record:
1787 State Census of North Carolina for Wilkes County
Brown's District Page 1/174 1-2-6 (Gilbart Cottral)

Tax Records:
1784 No District Listed Wilkes Co., NC
1785, 1786, 1787 Captain Brown's District Wilkes Co., NC
1816 No District Listed Hart Co., KY

Marriage Records:

Marriages of Wilkes County North Carolina (1778-1868)

Page 88: Charles Henderson & Edia Mongumry 11 Nov 1782. Gilbird Cottrell, bm.

Military:

War of 1812: Gilbart Cotrall 14 Regiment Mitchissons Kentucky Militia


Elizabeth Pryor

Deed:

5 Dec 1778 Amherst Co., VA Deed Book E Page 145


10. Anne Cottrell

Birth and Marriage Record:

Thomas Cottrel Family Bible 1710-1770

Anne daughter of Thomas Cottrel and Martha his wife was born 27 March 1716

Anne Cottrel and Holeman Freeman was married 19 October 1735 or 1738

Baptismal Record:

The Parish Register of St. Peter's New Kent County, Virginia 1680-1787

Page 79: Anne daughter of Tho. Cotterell Baptized March ye 31st, 1716.


Holman Freeman

Will:

Will of George Freeman
Colonial Wills of Henrico County, Virginia 1677-1737
Page 207/518 Dated 3 Oct. 1735 and Recorded 2 Feb 1735
(Listed as son Holman Freeman)

Vestry Book:

The Vestry Book of Henrico Parish, Virginia 1730-1773, St. John's Church, Richmond, VA
Page 57, 1739 - Land processioned - Listed as Holy Freeman

Deeds:

Library of Virginia Microfilm Reel 66
Henrico County Order Book 1737-1746
May Court 1742 - Page 182 ; Holman Freeman acknowledges a Deed with Livery and Seisin Endorsed to Thomas Cotrall which is ordered to be recorded. Holman Freeman acknowledges a Deed with Livery and Seisin Endorsed to Wm. North which is ordeded to be recorded.

1748 Henrico Co., VA Deed Book 2 Page 53: Thomas Cottrell of Albemarle Co., for L 30, paid by William North, dec'd; of County and Parish of Henrico in his lifetime, 75 acres in same parish on Deep Run, a branch of Tuckahoe Creek, and is tract where Martha Padason, mother of said Thomas Cottrell now lives, which I bought of Holman Freeman, bounded by Samuel Pinchum and Thomas Alley. North in his will gave said land to his son Abraham North, and it is conveyed to him. Wit: Joseph Freeman, John (I) North, Jameston (J) Pattison; Signed: Thomas Cottrell, Recorded 1st Mon. Dec. 1748.

Indenture:

Henrico County, Virginia Deed Book 1744-1748
Page 22, 1748: Holdman and Anne Freeman to Rowland Blackborn

Land Grant:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Ceded Land Grants
Page 6/1 Sept. 27, 1773
Holman Freeman--VA.....County, wife, two sons, three daus. between the ages of 20 and 12.....acres at place called Mcfaddins camp on Chickasaw Creek where is a tree marked I.F.

Court Records:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Minutes of First Court
Page 1: 1779 August Court: Holman Freeman, Senr.

Records and Deeds:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Mixed Records & Deeds 1781-1783
Page 41/Folio 17: Holman Freeman, Sr., late of the Co., dec'd died intestate. To Holman Freeman, Jr. (Merchant). (all of this record).


36. John Freeman

Deeds:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Deed Book BB 1787-1789
Page 254/56
Holman Freeman to John Freeman 500 acres on Broad River. Nov 7, 1789. Thos. C. Russell, J.P., Thos. Wooten, J.P., Test
Deed Book CC 1787
Page 260/Page 68
John Freeman and wife Catherine to Benj. Talliaferro 238 acres on Broad river adj. said Talliaferro. Aug. 22, 1786. Thos. Wootten, Roland Taylor, Test.

Land:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Land Lottery 1803
Page 306: John Freeman 2
Page 319: John Freeman 1

Court Records:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Minutes of First Court
Page 7: 28 Aug 1779: John Freeman, member of Grand Jury
Inventories and Appraisements Dec. 20, 1784 to Apr. 10, 1798
Page 105/69: Daniel Harvie, dec'd. Inventory, no date. A number of slaves, horses, cattle, household goods and $ 577.00 cash. John Freeman, John Oliver, Sr. David Meriwether, apprs. Returns by Sally Harvie, July 28, 1800.
Minutes of Inferior Court 1794-1795
Page 127/Page 16: Apr. 10, 1794: Thomas Wingfield, Jr., and John freeman appointed Commissioner of the poor in the room of James McCormick who now lives in Warren Co., and Jacob Early, dec'd. Edward Butler, Treas.
Minutes of Inferior Court 1797-1798
Page 132/Page 68: John Freeman, Admer of William Freeman, dec'd, allowed to sell 575 acres in Oglethorpe Co., 400 acres in Wilkes Co., and Lot No. 2 in Augusta
Minutes of Inferior Court 1799-1801
Page 133/Page 50: Aug. 1, 1800: Bolling Anthony appointed guardian of Betsey, Thomas and Nancy orphans of Joseph Blakely, dec'd. John Freeman and Wm. Triplett, Security.
Returns of Administrations and Guardians Book 1 1809-1816
Page 230/165
John Freeman, Capt, estate. Shaler Hillyer, Admr. Returns ofr 1807 shows expense of a trip to Oglethorpe Co., Midedgeville, and to Savannah to Federal Court. Expenses to Athens and Greensboro 1810-1811. Signed July 1, 1816.

Tax:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 2, Wilkes County
1785 Remnant Tax Digest
Page 14: Holman & John Freeman, 4450 acres Wilkes Co., 10 slaves, 1562-1/2 acres Washington Co., 2330 acres Franklin County
Page 58: John Freeman, 1 poll, 200 acres Wilkes Co.


Catherine Taylor

Court:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Minutes of Inferior Court 1811-1817
Page 192/137: Catherine Freeman widow of John Freeman, dec'd, chooses child's part in lieu of dower, Shaler Hillyer, who intermarried with the only child of said deceased giving his consent.


37. George Freeman

Land:

The Early records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Ceded Land Grants
Page 25/18 Dartmouth October 10th, 1774: George Freeman--Va. a wife and one slave. 100 acres south side at the second low grounds above the Goose Ponds beginning at a tree marked G.F. to run upwards.

Court Records:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Minutes of Inferior Court 1797-1798 Wilkes Co., GA
Page 132/Page 42: July 12, 1797: Francis Freeman appointed guardian of Elizabeth, Allen, George Wesley, Alicy Russau, Labourn, and Henry Freeman orphans of George Freeman, dec'd, John Thurmond, and Nathaniel Bradford, Security. John Taylor appointed guardian of Joseph Freeman, orphan of George Freeman, dec'd, John McLeod, and William Baird, Security.
Inventories and Appraisements Dec 20., 1784 to Apr. 10, 1798
Page 104/82: George Freeman, dec'd Inventory May 12, 1796. Personal Est. only. John Pope, Matthew and Wm. Talbot, apps. Page 99-103. Sale, Nov 28, 1796 Frances Freeman purchased slaves, househols goods, cattle, etc. Wm. Freeman, Robt. Langford and John Campbell and Robt. Patterson debtors to est. for feather bed, quilts etc., which might indicate they were son and son-in-law of the dec'd. James Freeman bought gun and slave.
Page 108/52-56: Armsted Taylor, dec'd. Inventory rec. Nov. 20, 1794. John Corbin, Geo. Freeman, Geo. Stovall, apprs. Long list of debtors.

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 2, Wilkes County
Original Papers Page 223: George Freeman dec'd. Warrant of apprmt Apr. 26, 1796. Frances Freeman and John Taylor, admrs. Legacy to John Freeman, $203.00 in 1800. Writ of partition Feb. 2, 1803, between Frances Freeman, admx, wid and gdn of Allen, Westly, Alsley, Labourn and Henry Freeman minors, and John, Wm., and Jos. Freeman representatives of Geo. Freeman, dec'd. of land, 250 acres on Chickasaw creek which was granted Jas. Freeman 1784; 400 acres in Franklin Co., granted George 1786; 350 acres granted John Freeman 1787 conveyed to Geo., by deed 1795, all these lands held by them in common. Land on Chickasaw creek partitioned to Frances, Jas., and John Freeman adj Holman Freeman, Richard and Henry Aycock and Mathew Talbot. 50 acres each to the minors, adj. Mathew Talbot, Henry Aycock, Sally Freeman and Edward Harper.

Tax:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 2, Wilkes County
1785 Remnant Tax Digest
Page 15: George Freeman, 250 acres Wilkes Co., 575 acres Washington Co.
Page 58: George Freeman 650 acres Wilkes Co, 2 polls, 2 slaves


Francis Taylor

Land:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Land Lottery 1803
Page 317: Frances Freeman 2 Widow


38. William Freeman

Deeds:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Deed Book DD 1778-1789
Page 271/Page 4
William Freeman of Richmond Co., to Dunkin Bohanon of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on both sides of Newford Creek. Sept. 15, 1787. Holman Freeman, Test.

Land:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Land Lottery 1803
Page 305: William Freeman 1
Page 319: William Freeman Orphs of 1

Court:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Minutes of Inferior Court 1797-1798
Page 132/Page 68: John Freeman, Admer of William Freeman, dec'd, allowed to sell 575 acres in Oglethorpe Co., 400 acres in Wilkes Co., and Lot No. 2 in Augusta
Inventories and Appraisements Dec 20, 1784 to Apr. 10, 1798
Page 104/105: William Freeman, dec'd. Inventory Sept. 24, 1796. Three slaves and household effects. E. Brewer, David Witt, Jesse Cox, apprs.

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 2, Wilkes County
Original Papers Page 223
William Freeman dec'd. Warrant of apprmt Jul. 6, 1796. Sarah and John Freeman, admrs. Inv. Sep. 24, 1796, slaves Venice, Wm., and Sall. Returns for 1803 shows paid Jos. Watkins for cambric, gloves, pink shawl etc for Miss Anne Freeman. Receipt of L. Wilson, Petersburg, Dec. 12,1803 for saddle and bridle for Miss Anne Freeman. Paid for provisions, cash for the wid Sarah Freeman. "The negro Sally is dead."


Sarah 'Sally' Holiday

Land:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Land Lottery 1803
Page 306: Sally Freeman 2 Widow


39. Holman Freeman

Deeds:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Book of Mixed records, Wills, Administrations and Deeds 1777-1778
Page 36/ Folio 76-78
D. Hinton, Sale of Estate, Nov. 19, 1779 : Holman Freeman, Jr.
Remnant of Oldest Deed Book 1784-1785
Folio 1: Holman Freeman to Richard Call, release of 600 acres on Fishing creek, Wilkes Co. Receipt Oct. 1, 1784, sworn before David Montaigut, J.P. at Savannah Mar. 9, 1785. Peter Clyma and Thos. McCall, Test. Recorded in Book "A" folio 2, May 6, 1785 Wilkes Co.
Deed Book BB 1787-1789 Page 56/Page 254
Holman Freeman to John Freeman, 500 acres on Broad River. Nov. 7, 1789. Thos. C. Russell, J.P., Thos. Wooten, J.P. Test
Deed Book DD 1788-1789 Page 4/Page 271
William Freeman of Richmond Co., to Dunkin Bohanon of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on both sides of Newford Creek. Sept. 15, 1787. Holman Freeman, Test.
Deed Book GG Page 82/254
Holeman Freeman and wife Peninah to Elizabeth Sterns of Petersburg, Ga., 415 acres on Broad River. May 4, 1791. Esther S. Starnes, Henry Mounger, J.P.

Land:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Land Lottery 1803
Page 406 Holman Freeman 2

Court Records:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 1, Wilkes County
Minutes of First Court
Page 5: 27 Aug 1779: Case of James Mobley: Holman Freeman, Petit Juror
Page 12: Dec 25, 1781: H. Freeman had cows killed at Gunnels Station
Will Book DD 1779-1792
Page 48/Folio 68: Holman Freeman testee on will of William Holliday.
Inventories and Appraisements Dec. 20, 1784 to Apr. 10, 1798
Page 104/114: Isaac Carlton, dec'd. Inventory May 9, 1797, one slave Tom. Holeman Freeman, Wm. Harper, John Norman, apprs.
Minutes of Inferior Court Remnant
Page 124: 13 Jan 1790-1 Feb 1790: Holman Freeman sworn in as J.P. of Wilkes Co.
Minutes of Inferior Court 1792-1793
Page 125/Page 35: May 12, 1792: Holman Freeman and Micajah McGehee to build a bridge over Long creek at Gunnells, agreeable to an order of Superior Court, July Term 1791.
Page 127/Page 85: apr. 13, 1793: On motion of M. Watkins, Atty of the heirs and representatives founded upon a petition of Jesse Cox and wife Mary, Adms of estate of Richard Aycock, dec'd, permission to sell 350 acres on Indian creek, 300 acres adj. Holman Freeman, 250 acres adj. Wylie Pope for the benefits of the heirs.
Minutes of Inferior Court 1799-1801
Page 133/Page 69: Feb. 23, 1801: Alex. Anderson, dec'd., Holman Freeman appointed Admr. Abner McGehee, Security.
Minutes of Inferior Court 1801-1802
Page 146/Page 121: Mar. 12, 1802: Petition of Holman Freeman, Admr., of Alex. Anderson, to sell 287-1/2 acres in Washington Co., adj. Nicholas Long.
Page 162/Page 23: Mar. 14, 1802: Holman Freeman asking for clear titles to 800 acres whereon said Hollman now lives, bond for which was given by William Freeman, dec'd in his life time.
Minutes of Inferior Court 1807-1809
Page 180/125: Petition of Jonathan Webster acting Excr of Drury Williams, dec'd to sell 144 acres adj. Holman Freeman and Wm. Mallory and land in Franklin Co. on Nelsons creek.
Will Book 1818-1819
Page 57: Holman Freeman. To wife Pereinah, slaves, etc., and half of the home plantation on Chickasaw creek, for life or widowhood, the other half to son John W., with slaves, etc. To son Fleming another part of the land on Chickasaw creek adjoining Richard Aycock and James Freeman, slaves, etc. To William W. Bibb certain slaves besides former gifts. To "my beloved boy George B. Bibb" a slave as a token of remembrance. To grandaughter Edny Freeman eldest child of Fleming, a slave. Land in Green Co. Tenn., lot in Lisbon to be equally divided between wife and three children. William W. Bibb and John W. Freeman, Excrs. Signed Apr. 26, 1817. Probated Nov. 3, 1817. Wyche Jackson, Green Wood, John Meloy, John Pope, Test.

Tax:

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume 2, Wilkes County
1785 Remnant Tax Digest
Page 14: Holman & John Freeman, 4450 acres Wilkes Co., 10 slaves, 1562-1/2 acres Washington Co., 2330 acres Franklin County