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James NIX
(1636-1664)
Elizabeth
(Abt 1640-)
Captain Hugh LEWIS
(Abt 1642-1689)
Margaret DALLATHY
(Abt 1645-1700)
John (or James) NIX
(1663-1687)
Elizabeth LEWIS
(1665-1702)
Edward NIX
(1686-After 1776)

 

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Parents:
1. John NIX & Elizabeth
2. John (or James) NIX & Elizabeth LEWIS

Spouses/Children:
Eunice GIBSON

Edward NIX

  • Born: 7 Nov 1686, St. Peters Parish, New Kent County, VA
  • Marriage: Eunice GIBSON about 1732 in New Kent, Hanover County, VA
  • Died: After 8 Oct 1776, Camden District, SC

   Ancestral File Number: 1VF4-714.

  Noted events in his life were:

Land: reference, 1721, Hanover County, VA. P. 97 (89 & 90) 2nd 8br 1721. "We have agreed that their shall be two Chappels Built, one at or near Edward Nix, on the South Side of the South River, and one to be built at or near one John Thomason's in the Forks of our River, both the Said Chappels, one to be built Thirty Six foot long and Twenty Foot wide to be fram'd. work, and well built, and Mr. William Harris is desir'd, who is Church Warden and Mr. Peter Garland is desir'd to Accompany him to procure places and Workmen to build the said two Chappels as above, and what they agree for is to be paid by this vestry." William Harris, Church Warden, present.

[http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/hanover/misc/vestry.txt]

Land: 400 acres, 1731, Hanover County, VA. URL http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=229&last=&g_p=P14&collection=LO Patent
Title Nix, Edward.
Publication 25 August 1731.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Hanover County.
Description: 400 acres adjoining Col Meriwethers line.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 14, 1728-1732 (pt.1 & 2), p. 229 (Reel 11).
Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
Subject - Personal Nix, Edward. grantee.
Meriwether, Col.
Subject - Topical Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Hanover County.
Subject -Geographic Hanover County (Va.) -- History -- 18th century.
Genre/Form Land grants -- Virginia -- Hanover County.
Added Entry Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774.
Library of Virginia. Archives.

System Number 000801729

Legal: father-in-law's will, 1734, Hanover County, VA. P. 151-152: (Will)- I Thomas Gibson Senior of St. Martins Par., Hanover Co. Sick and weak but
of sound mind and memory do make this my Last will and Testament. I recommend my soul to
the hand of Almighty God and my body to the earth. After all my debts and funeral charges are
paid I give to my loving son Thomas Gibson 50 a. of land; to my well beloved son John Gibson
50 a. of land; to be well beloved daughter Nice? Nicks wife of Edward Nicks, Frances Humdrey
and Mary Brook one Shilling each; to my well beloved son Edward Nicks awhom I do hereby
constitute sole Exor. of this my will and Testament my house likewise my stock of hogs and cattle
together with all my Estate goods and Chattels moveable and unmovable to enable him to bring
up my Children John Gibson, Valentine Gibson also William Robertson. I do hereby utterly
revoke and make void all former wills made by me.
Thomas (+) Gibson Wit: Isaac (x) Johnson, James (x) Phillips, G. Gillingham, School Mstr. 7 Nov.
1734 proved by oaths of the witnesses.
REF: Hanover Co., VA Court Records, 1733-1735

http://www.geocities.com/ourmelungeons/gibsontl.html

LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA - Search Card Catalog
NAME: Gibson, Thomas, Sr.
DATE: 1734
SOURCE: Court Records 1733-1734 (Reel 2)
.......pp. 151-152. Will pro. 7 Nov. 1734.
.......pp. 152 Ex'ors bond rec. 7 Nov. 1734
........p. 153. Inv. rec. 5 Dec. 1734
NOTE: Part of index to Halifax County Wills and Administrations (1753 - 1800)
PLACE: Halifax County (Va.)
COLLECTION:Virginia wills and administrations.

Land: neighbors with adjoining land, 1736-1755, Hanover County, VA. Talbott, Matthew (grantee 12 June 1755)
Patey, James (grantee 15 December 1749)
Franklin, Lewis (grantee 1 April 1749)
Dowell, John (grantee 1 February 1738)
Anderson, Robert (grantee 13 December 1736)

Land: 2977 acres, 1745, Amelia County, VA. URL http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=248&last=&g_p=P22&collection=LO Patent
Title Nix, Edward.
Publication 10 July 1745.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Amelia County.
Description: 2977 acres on the south side of Appamattox River.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 22, 1743-1745 (v.1 & 2 p.1-631), p. 248 (Reel 20).
Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
Subject - Personal Nix, Edward. grantee.
Subject - Topical Land titles. -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Amelia County
Subject -Geographic Amelia County (Va.) -- History -- 18th century.
Genre/Form Land grants -- Virginia -- Amelia County.
Added Entry Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774.
Library of Virginia. Archives.

System Number 000801728

Land: 204 acres, 1749, Lunenberg County, VA. URL http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=542&last=&g_p=P28&collection=LO Patent
Title Nix, Edward.
Publication 1 April 1749.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Lunenburg County.
Description: 204 acres on the south side of Stanton River.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 28, 1746-1749 (v.1 & 2 p.1-730), p. 542 (Reel 26).
Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
Subject - Personal Nix, Edward. grantee.
Subject - Topical Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Lunenburg County.
Subject -Geographic Lunenburg County (Va.) -- History -- 18th century.
Genre/Form Land grants -- Virginia -- Lunenburg County.
Added Entry Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774.
Library of Virginia. Archives.

System Number 000801730

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George the second by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith [ye?] To all to whom these Presents shall come greeting Know
Ye that for divers good causes and considerations but more especially for and in consideration
Of the sum of Twenty Shillings of good and [lan?]ful Money for our use said so our
Receiver General of our Revenused in this out Colony and Dominions of Verginia We Have
Given granted and confirmed and by these Presents for us our Heirs and Successors do give
Grant and confirm unto Edward Nix one certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing
Two hunderd and four acres lying and being in the County of Lunenburgh on the south side of
Staunton River and bounded as followeth [?] Beginning at the mouth of a Branch
Thence up the said Branch as it meanders to a red Oak on the same Thence off North fifteen
Degrees East four hundred and thirty two Poles to a white Oak Thence south seventy five Degrees
East thirty sec Poles to a black Walnutt Tree on Staunton River aforesaid Thence down the said River as it meanders to the Beginning With all Woods Underwoods Swamps Marshes
& on Grounds Meadows Feedings and his due share of all Veins Mines and Quarries as well
Discovered and not discovered within the Bounds aforesaid and being part of the said quantity
Of two hundred and four Acres and Land and the Rivers Waters and Water Courses therein
Contained together with the Privileges of Hunting Hawking Fishing Fowling and all other
Profits commodities and Hereditaments whatsoever to the same or any Part thereof belonging
In anywise Appertaining To Have Hold profits and enjoy the said Tract or Parcel of Land
And all other the before granted Premises and every Part thereof with their and every of their
Appurtenances unto the said Edward Nix and to his Heirs and Afsigns forever to the only
Use and Behoof of him the said Edward Nix his Heirs and Afsigns forever To be Held of us
Our Heirs and successors as of our Mannor of East Greenwich in the County of Kind in free and
common soccage and not in Capite or by Knight's Service Yielding and Paying unto
us our Heirs and successors for every fifty Acres of Land and so proportionably for [each forever?]
greater Quantity than fifty acres the Free Rent of one shilling Yearly to be paid upon the Great
of Saint Michael the Arch Angel and also cultivating and improving three Acres Part of
every fifty of the Tract above mentioned within three years after the Dave of these Presents
Provided always that if three years of the said Free Rent shall at any Time be in
[Arrear] and unpaid or if the said Edward Nix his Heirs or Afsigns do not within the
Space of three Years next coming after the Dave of these Present cultivated and improve
Three Acres Part of every fifty of the Tract above mentioned Then the Estate hereby granted shall cease
And be utterly determined and thereafter it shall and may be lawful to and for us our Heirs and
Successors to grant the same Lands and Premises with the Appurtenances unto such other
Person or Persons as we our Heirs and successors shall think fit In Witness whereof we
Have caused these out Letter's Patent to be made Witness our Trusty and Wellbeloved Sir
William Gooch Baronet our Lieutenant Governor and Commander in the Chief of our said Colony
And Dominioro at Williamsburg under the seal of our said Colony the first Day of April one
Thousand seven hundred and forty nine in the twenty second Year of our Reign.
William Gooch

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Related: Sir William Gooch Baronet, Lieutenant Governor, 1727-1749, VA. William Gooch
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sir William Gooch, 1st Baronet (21 October 1681 \endash 17 December 1751) born in Yarmouth, England; died in London; served as Governor of Virginia from 1727 through 1749. Technically, Gooch only had the title Royal Lieutenant Governor, but the nominal governor, Willem Anne van Keppel, 2nd Earl of Albemarle, was in England and did not exercise much authority. Gooch's tenure as governor was characterized by his unusual political effectiveness. One of his greatest successes was the passage of the Tobacco Inspection Act of 1730. The Act called for the inspection and regulation of Virginia's tobacco, the most important crop of the colony. Tobacco planters were required to transport their crop to public warehouses where it was inspected and stored. The Act raised the quality of Virginia's tobacco and reduced fraud; this greatly increased the demand for Virginia tobacco in Europe.
Gooch's military policy focused on protecting the western territory from Native Americans and French encroachment. He promoted the settlement of the Shenandoah Valley in order to buffer the rest of the colony from Indian attacks, and to prevent the French from settling the land.

He had many military credentials including fighting under John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough in his campaigns in the Low Countries and with Admiral Edward Vernon in his expedition against Cartagena, New Grenada (now in Colombia) as part of the War of Jenkins' Ear. During King George's War, Gooch received an appointment as brigadier-general in charge of the army raised to invade Canada, but declined. He was made a baronet in 1746 and a major general in 1747. Also in 1747, he made a speech condemning all religious groups aside from the established Church. However, in 1738, Gooch had given a group of Presbyterians the right to settle new territory under the conditions of the English Act of Toleration. In 1749, he left Virginia and returned to England.
Gooch married Rebecca Staunton (for whom Staunton, Virginia is named), the daughter of a squire in Middlesex, England. The two had a son named William who grew up in Williamsburg. William became a naval officer, but died of the "bloody flux" at the age of 26, shortly before his parents returned to England.

Gooch honored himself with the naming of Goochland County, Virginia in 1727
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Gooch

Tax List, 1755, Prince Edward County, VA. 1755: Prince Edward Co. Tithe Tables, from Buffalo River to county line:

Edmund Franklin - 1
VALENTINE GIBSON - 1
JAMES LAX - 1
EDWARD NIX - 4
GEORGE NIX (2) 4

Note: possible connection, 1769, VA.
reference to "Duplicate of No. 26 - sent in a box by Captain Nix" [this is probably Robert Nicks, master of ship "King of Prussia"]

URL
http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/VTLS/CR/00713/index.html Survey Report Image
Author Public Record Office Class C.O.5/1333.
Title 'Correspondence from Lord Botetourt (H.M.s Lieutenant and Governor General), Mr. William Nelson (President of the Council of Virginia) and the Earl of Dunmore (Lieutenant Governor) to the Earl of Hillsborough (Secretary of State): Revenue returns, Orders in Council affecting Virginia, Petitions, Memorials and legal opinions on Acts passed by the Assembly of Virginia.
Publication 1769-1772.
Gen. note Andrews Guide 181, List 400-403: Lists and Indexes XXXVI, 29.
Note 46
Subject - Personal
Nix, zzz, Captain -- 1769, SR 00713, p. 3.
Booth, Elizabeth, (Mrs. William) -- inheritance involving -- 1772, SR 00713, p. 17.
Booth, William -- inheritance involving -- 1772, SR 00713, p. 17.


System Number 000699376

Land: neighbors with adjoining land, 1759, Prince Edward County, VA. Williamson, Robert (grantee 7 June 1759)

Description: 305 acres on both sides of the plain run adjoining land of Pleasants, and Nix.

Note: Thomas Boone, Governor, 1761-1764, SC. December 22 , 1761 - May 14 , 1764


[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_colonial_governors_of_South_Carolina]


BOON / BOONE, Thomas, who becomes Governor of New Jersey (1760-1761) and South Carolina (1761-1765) marries Sarah Anne Tattenall.

(** from "Path to Freedom" \endash Kemmerer) Thomas Boone, Governor of N.J. was probably the son of Thomas Boone of Kent. He may have also been related to George Boone, Gentleman of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales. At the time Thomas was appointed, he lived in South Carolina, but that he had been educated at Eaton and Cambridge.

Another source indicates that Thomas Boone, Governor, was the nephew of Joseph Boone, colonial agent, and that he had inherited his uncle's property before his commission as Governor, in 1759.

Thomas Boone bought a home or property in Charles Town peninsula from Sir John Colleton, called "Exmouth" or "Bachelor's Hall".

He was commissioned as Governor of New Jersey by George II, on 11/14/1759, he received the documents, sialed for New Jersey, arriving on 7/4/1760.

When his disagreement with the Carolina Assembly led to his replacement as Governor of Carolina, Thomas left America forever, returning to London, becoming Commissioner of Customs. He was still there in 1783 when his friend and lieutenant-Governor, Wm.Bull, arrived in London on business. He helped to find Bull a place to live.

In a letter from Thomas Boone to Lord Cornwallis, then militiary authority in Charleston, we learn something of the property that he left behind in America. He indicates that there are three plantations near each other, on the road to Beaufort, called Pon Pon. (we know that there is a Pon Pon bridge over the Edisto River) There is a fourth, on the Charleston peninsula, called "Memphoo" (not clear in letter) that once belonged to Mr. Colleton, and is opposite Thom.Henry's Ferry on the Cooper River. He further indicates that he has received no benefit from the property in over five years, and is concerned that Cornwallis provide some sort of protection, in Mr. Boone's absence.

[http://www.boonefamily.org/boonsc.html]

Will: Edward NIX, 1776, SC. PROBATE RECORDS: WILL of Edward NIX of SOUTH CAROLINA, CAMDEN DISTRICT
In the name of God Amen on this Eighth day of October 1776, I Edward NIX of the Province & District aforesaid being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God, therefore calling unto mind the mortality of my body, and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament, that is to say principally and first of all. I give and recommend my Soul unto the hands of Almighty God that gave it, and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian manner at the discretion of my Executors, nothing doubting but at the general Resurrection I shall receive the same by the might power of God, and as touching such worldly Estate where with it hath pleased God to bless me in this life I give demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.

Item: I give and bequeath to my Grandson James NIX son of James NIX one shilling sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my son Valentine NIX one shilling sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my son George NIX one shilling sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Sabra LOX one shilling sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Francis DOSS, one shilling sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my Grandson Ambrose NIX one hundred and twenty five acres of land lying on the north side of Santee River in Camden District beginning on a marked hickory and running down the Santee River, for the compliment of one hundred and twenty acres be the same more or less, it being part of a large track of Land granted by his Excellency Thomas BOONE to Edward NIX.

Item: I give and bequeath to my Grandson John LYON and his heirs, after the death of my beloved wife my plantation whereon I now live, on the south side of Sandy River with all the Remaining part of my Land it being part of a larger tract of Land granted by his Excellency Thomas BOONE, Esq., the 18th day of August 1763 to Edward NIX.

Item: I give and bequeath to my Grandson John LYON to him and his heirs the following negroes, Judy, Beck, Dick, and Mourning after the decease of my wife during her natural life, & after his decease, to be equally divided between his two sons Elijah and Elisha.

Item: I give to my Grandson John LYON all the remaining part of my Stock of horses, hogs, and black cattle, household furniture, and plantation tools after paying my just debts funeral expenses, and Legacies.

Item: I likewise constitute make and ordain my loving wife Unice NIX and John LYON Executors of this my present Last will and Testament, & I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke, and disannul, all and every other former Testament, Wills, Legacies, and bequests, & Executors by me in any ways before mentioned willed of bequeathed, rectifying & confirming this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the day & year first above written.
Edward NIX His X (LS).

Signed, Sealed, published pronounced & declared by the Edward NIX as his last will & Testament in presence of us the subscribers.
Wm. FARR, Richard CROSBY, William CROSBY

[Recorded in Will Book 1774-1779 page #418, Charleston, South Carolina Geneology Library]

Will: Edward NIX - version 2, 1776, Camden District, SC. PROBATE RECORDS: WILL of Edward NIX of SOUTH CAROLINA, CAMDEN DISTRICT

In the name of God Amen on this Eighth day of October 1776, I Edward
Nix
of the Province & District aforesaid being sick and weak in body
but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God, therefore calling unto
mind the mortality of my body, and knowing that it is appointed for all
men once to die, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament,
that is to say principally and first of all. I give and recommend my
Soul unto the hands of Almighty God that gave it, and my body I
recommend to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian manner at the
discretion of my Executors, nothing doubting but at the general
Resurrection I shall receive the same by the might power of God, and as
touching such worldly Estate where with it hath pleased God to bless me
in this life I give demise and dispose of the same in the following
manner and form.

Item: I give and bequeath to my Grandson James Nix son of James Nix one
shilling sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my son Valentine Nix one shilling
sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my son George Nix one shilling sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Sabra Lox one shilling
sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Francis Doss, one shilling
sterling.

Item: I give and bequeath to my Grandson Ambrose Nix one hundred and
twenty five acres of land lying on the north side of Santee River in
Camden District beginning on a marked hickory and running down the
Santee River, for the compliment of one hundred and twenty acres be the
same more or less, it being part of a large track of Land granted by
his Excellency Thomas Boone to Edward Nix.

Item: I give and bequeath to my Grandson John Lyon and his heirs, after
the death of my beloved wife my plantation whereon I now live, on the
south side of Sandy River with all the Remaining part of my Land it
being part of a larger tract of Land granted by his Excellency Thomas
Boone, Esq., the 18th day of August 1763 to Edward Nix.

Item: I give and bequeath to my Grandson John Lyon to him and his heirs
the following negroes, Judy, Beck, Dick, and Mourning after the decease
of my wife during her natural life, & after his decease, to be equally
divided between his two sons Elijah and Elisha.

Item: I give to my Grandson John Lyon all the remaining part of my
Stock of horses, hogs, and black cattle, household furniture, and
plantation tools after paying my just debts funeral expenses, and
Legacies.

Item: I likewise constitute make and ordain my loving wife Unice Nix
and John Lyon Executors of this my present Last will and Testament, & I
do hereby utterly disallow, revoke, and disannul, all and every other
former Testament, Wills, Legacies, and bequests, & Executors by me in
any ways before mentioned willed of bequeathed, rectifying & confirming
this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament.

In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the day & year
first above written.Edward Nix His X (LS).Signed,

Sealed, published pronounced & declared by the Edward Nix as his last
will & Testament in presence of us the subscribers.Wm. Farr, Richard
Crosby, William Crosby

Recorded in Will Book 1774-1779 page 418
Charleston, S.C. Gen. Lib.

Alt. Death: perhaps son?, 24 Jan 1795, Amelia County, VA. this would make him 109 years old - unlikely

See also. http://www.nixfamilytree.com/1790.htm

Heads of HouseholdState, County, Districtmales 16+males -16 femalesslaves
George NixNC, Guilford Co, Salisbury Dist13411
John NicksNC, Guilford Co, Salisbury Dist4355
Quinton NixNC, Guilford Co, Salisbury Dist10112
Jno. NixNC, Rutherford Co, Morgan Dist1230
Jno. NixNC, Rutherford Co, Morgan Dist1230
William NixNC, Rutherford Co, Morgan Dist2340
John NicksNC, Wake Co, Hillsboro Dist1130
Joseph NicksNC, Wake Co, Hillsboro Dist3240
John NixNY, Orange Co, Warwick1020
William NicksSC, Charleston Dist, Christ Church Parish1120
Edward NixSC, Fairfield County, Camden Dist2250
Valentine NixSC, Newberry County, Ninety-Six Dist1540
Jonthn. NixSC, Newberry County, Ninety-Six Dist1220
Charles NixSC, Orangeburgh Dist (south part)1030
Edward NixSC, Orangeburgh Dist (south part)2050
Edward NixSC, Orangeburgh Dist (south part)1020
George NixSC, Orangeburgh Dist (south part)1340
Littleberry NixSC, Orangeburgh Dist (south part)1120
Benjamin NicksSC, Union County, Ninety-Six Dist1360
John NixSC, Union County, Ninety-Six Dist1230
Joseph NixSC, Union County, Ninety-Six Dist2020
Moses NixSC, Union County, Ninety-Six Dist1010
William NixSC, Union County, Ninety-Six Dist1250
John NicksSC, York County, Camden Dist3220
1790 NIX POPULATION

Related: surname variations. Nix, Nicks, Nykke
transcription errors
Hix, Hicks

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spelled Nicks, Knix and Nix (our present-day spelling). The origin seems to be from the Old English surname Nichollas, Nicoles, and Nichols, meaning "victory of the people." In the United States, the surnames Nixon and Nickson (both meaning "son of Nick" and "victory of the people") were eventually shortened to Nix by some branches of the family.
[http://www.unionsentinel.com/news/2007/0726/Front_Page/005.html]


Edward married Eunice GIBSON, daughter of Thomas (d. 1734) GIBSON and Unknown, about 1732 in New Kent, Hanover County, VA. (Eunice GIBSON was born about 1712 in Hanover County, VA and died after 1776.)

  Noted events in their marriage were:

Alt. Marriage, Abt 1711, New Kent County, VA.


  Marriage Notes:

there must be another generation in here....

http://lawsondna.org/Media/virginiacounties/Bedford.html

Bedford County, Virginia Order Book 1A, 1754-1758, August Court 1754 \endash On the petition of Michael Prewit and others, ordered that a road be cleared the best and most convenient way from Thomas's Ferry on Stanton River into Randolph's Rolling Road and Joseph Williams is appointed Surveryor thereof and it is ordered that he, together with the said Michael Prewit, Jonas Lawson, John Lawson, William Lawson, John Lawson, Richard Prewit , John Layne, William Hayth, James Milwood, Joseph Williams, James Nix, Francis Luck, Charles Talbot, James Hancock and their tithes do forthwith lay open, clear and keep the same in repair.

Sources


1 (ROCKINGHAM AND STOKES COUNTY, NC - CENSUS - 1751 Dan River Tax List
).


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