|i.||JOHN6 BENTLEY, b. Abt. 1745.|
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Anson County, North Carolina Deed Book N&O p48
10 April 1809 Abraham BELYEU sold 460 acres on the Flat Fork of Brown's creek adjacent Ralph VICKERS, BOGGAN, Daniel GOULD, John BRILEY, Malachi GOULD, Elisha KINDRED, Stephen PARKER to JOHN BENTLEY for $50. The land was part of a tract granted to Shadrach DENSON in 1775, a tract granted to Patrick BOGGAN, Jr in 1788, a tract granted to Ralph VICKERS in 1785, and three tracts granted to Abraham BELYEU in 1799, 1808, and 1807. Witnesses: William KIRBY, John THREADGILL. Signed A. Belyeu.
"Index to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909"
BENTLEY, James, Burke County, Georgia Grant Book ZZZZ, page 198, 100 Acres, granted 1797.
There is a record of a will of a James BENTLY in Barnwell County, South Carolina Vol. 2 1826-1856, section D, page 222. Barnwell Co., S.C. borders Burke County, Georgia just below Richmond County, Georgia (County Seat,
Augusta). Wife: Salley; Son: Alexander; Daughters: Elizabeth & Frances. Exec: Wife. Witnesses: Anderson Morgan, Pickney Killingsworth, Caleb Killingsworth. This will was recorded, May 2, 1853.
Barnwell District, South Carolina, Wills, Vol. 2, 1826 - 1856, section D, page 222
Will of James Bently
In the name of God. Amen. I , James BENTLY of said District and State being weak in body but of sound mind and memory do make and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and form following.
Imprimis. I give and devise unto my wife Sally BENTLY and my three youngest children, viz. Eliza BENTLY, Francis BENTLY and Alexander BENTLY, one Bay Mare and one Gray Mare and five head of Cattle and all my stock of Hogs and all my corn and all my provisions of every discription and all my household and kitchen furniture, tools, and plantation tools and one Cart.
Item. I give my wife Sally BENTLY a certain land warrant of one hundred and sixty acres of land subject to private entry at any of the Land Offices of the United States No. 60023- bearing date June the 4th. 1849.
I do hereby appoint my wife Sally BENTLY Executrix of this my Last Will and Testament making void all other wills by me made in Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this first day of January in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight hundred and fifty three and in the Seventy Seventh year of the Independence of the United States of America.
James X Bently (Seal)
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of:
Recorded in Will Book "D" page 207. Recorded MAy 2, 1853. R. C. Fowke, O. B. D., Bundle 116 ,Package 2.
Note: Who were the other children of James Bentley and Sally Dyess? Only the "three youngest" children are mentioned in the will. Apparently the older children had already been given their inheritence before James wrote his will.
James BENTLEY. James married Sally DYESS.
Sally DYESS [William DYESS and Elizabeth EVERITT] was born in 1784 in ,,Barnwell, South Carolina, U.S.A.. She married James BENTLEY.
William DYESS [Parents] was born about 1765 in ,Barnwell Co., South Carolina, U.S.A.. He died in 1800 in ,Barnwell Co., South Carolina, U.S.A.. He married Elizabeth EVERITT in 1785 in ,Barnwell Co., South Carolina, U.S.A..
Elizabeth EVERITT was born in 1770. She married William DYESS in 1785 in ,Barnwell Co., South Carolina, U.S.A..
They had the following children:
F i Sally DYESS (married James BENTLEY)
M ii Dempsey DYESS
M iii John DYESS
M iv William DYESS
M v George Martin DYESS
M vi Joshua DYESS was born in 1795 in ,Barnwell Co., South Carolina, U.S.A..
F vii Mary DYESS was born in 1796 in ,Barnwell Co., South Carolina, U.S.A..
M viii Thomas DYESS was born in 1798 in ,Barnwell Co., South Carolina, U.S.A..
M ix Lud Arnold DYESS
F x Miss DYESS was born in 1806 in ,Barnwell Co., South Carolina, U.S.A..
THE GEORGIA GENELOGICAL MAGAZINE VOL I
EARLY MIGRANTS (FROM PUBLIC RECORDS)
BENTLY, James of Burke County, Georgia: He was living July 14, 1792, in Burke County, Georgia, when he made affidavit respecting a deed that he had made in 1786 to Mary MONTGOMERY (see Bentley) in Barnwell Dist., South Carolina, while living there. He referred to his sister, Martha BENTLEY, as having been one of the witnesses, and to John Right (Wright) as the other witness, and says that Wright was then (1792) living in Georgia. Affidavit in connection with proving a lost and unrecorded deed. In 1786, the Bentley's were living in Barnwell District, South Carolina, as shown by deed recorded there in deed book 3, pp. 105-106.
MY MCCLAIN FAMILY PAGE
~ GENERATION ONE ~
SOLOMON & MARY CHRISTINA MCCLAIN
My McCLAIN Family line has been traced back to SOLOMON MCCLAIN who died in Barnwell, S.C. in 1815. He was married to MARY CHRISTINA (???). To them were born ten children:
1.Solomon McClain, Jr. who married Laney ???
2.Elizabeth McClain who married JAMES BENTLEY
3.Rebecca McClain who married John Kearsh
4.Mary McClain who married Lewis Moore
5.Prudence Moody McClain who married Joseph Holley
6.Rachel McClain who married Nathan Stenson
10.Charity McClain who married Edward Southwell
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 19:12:53 EDT
My name is Charles Griffin, grandmother was Lois BENTLEY, her father was Alexander BENTLEY of South Carolina, born June 1849, have you got any family info that might link up with such, would appreciate any help,thanks..email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Edmund BENTLEY was born 1755 in , Barnwell, South Carolina. He died Oct 1789 in , Barnwell, South Carolina. Edmund married Penelope CASTELLAW on 1784 in , Barnwell, South Carolina. (died about 1789 in Barnwell County, South Carolina).
Penelope CASTELLAW [Parents] was born 1758 in , Bertie, North Carolina. She died 28 Dec 1835 in , Barnwell, South Carolina. Penelope married Edmund BENTLEY on 1784 in , Barnwell, South Carolina.
Note 1: Could Edmund BENTLEY be another son of James BENTLEY brother of William BENTLEY II?
Note 2: From above deed of James Bentley in Barnwell county, South Carolina, we know that Edmund and Penelope Bentley had two known children: JAMES BENTLEY and MARTHA BENTLEY.
Note 3: Penelope CASTELAW married 1st JOHNSON.
1790 Census Index of South Carolina P. 99
Orangeburg District (South Part)
One male less than 16
2 males over 16
Thomas CASTELLAW [Parents] was born 1720 in , Bertie, North Carolina. He died Jul 1789 in , Barnwell, South Carolina. Thomas married Mary HAND on 1752 in , Bertie, North Carolina.
1747. Bertie Deed Book G, Page 90. John Moor, blacksmith to Ephraim Weston. February 9, 1747. 5 Shillings for 150 Acres on CASHY RIVER at Bear Island. Adjacent William Collins. Witnesses are THOMAS CASTELLAW and Henry Walston. February Court 1747. (Sell 150 acres on Cashy river at Bear Island, adjacent William Collins).
Other marriages: ASHLEY, Sarah
Mary HAND [Parents] was born 1727 in , Craven, North Carolina. She married Thomas CASTELLAW on 1752 in , Bertie, North Carolina.
Other marriages: BUSH, William
They had the following children:
F i Ann CASTELLAW was born 1753 in , Bertie, North Carolina.
F ii Charlotte CASTELLAW was born 1755 and died 28 Jun 1806.
F iii PENELOPE CASTELLAW was born 1758 and died 28 Dec 1835. (Married EDMOND BENTLEY)
M iv Peter CASTELLAW was born 1762 in , Barnwell, South Carolina. He died 1805 in , Chattham, Georgia.
M v Henry CASTELLAW was born 1765 in , Barnwell, South Carolina.
Winton (Barnwell) County, SC Minutes of the County Court and Will Book 1 (1785-1791)
Aug. 4, 1789 William BOYET made oath that he saw EDMUND BENTLEY sign, seal, and deliver a bill of sale for a Negro wench, to William GREEN and also, that he saw Josias BOYETT sign the same as witness with himself, and ordered to be recorded.
Castelow/Castellow/Castellaw Family Line
Updated: Thu Nov 1 09:46:28 2001
Contact: Pam Caldwell email@example.com
Name: Edmund BENTLEY
Given Name: Edmund
(Birth: abt 1755 in Barnwell Co., South Carolina)
Death: Abt 1789 in Barnwell Co., South Carolina
Change Date: 7 May 2001
Marriage 1 Penelope CASTELLOW b: Abt 1758 in South Carolina
Married: Abt 1784 (in Barnwell County, South Carolina)
1. Samuel Alexander BENTLEY b: Abt
2. Elizabeth BENTLEY
3. James BENTLEY
4. Martha BENTLEY
5. Mary BENTLEY
"The Register Book for the Parish of Prince Fredrick (South Carolina)" by Winyaw, page 41
BENTLY, Charles -- son of Edmond Bently and Mary his wife. Baptized December 9th 1753 being then 7 years old.
BENTLY, George -- son of Edmond Bently and Mary his wife. Baptized December 9th 1753 being then 4 years old.
BENTLY, Elizabeth -- Daughter of Edmond Benty and Mary his wife. Baptized December 9th 1753 being 12 years old.
Note: Mary's maiden name may be WELLS. Emond Bentley born about 1721.
Bentley, Edmund and Mary Wells, married (South Carolina) September 15, 1741. Pr Fred PR Page 17
Barnwell County was settled in the early 1700's by pioneers wishing to adventure into the "back country". By the 1740's, Palatine settlers entered the picture spreading throughout Orangeburg District. By the end of the Revolutionary War, many settlers obtained grants in Barnwell County. Most were from North Carolina and Virginia. Barnwell was actually a district within Orangeburg until the late 1780's
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