John Dozier, son of James Ingo Dozier, to clear title to a piece of property in Nelson County on Stewart's Creek, Ky, sued the other heirs of his father. In a document signed 5 Oct 1832, in this case, it is stated, Margaret who intermarried with James Cash was another heir, she & Cash are both dead, leaving the following children, Ingo, who is a non-resident, Thomas Cash, who is since dead, leaving two children, Thomas & a daughter whose name is unknown, and John Cash, and if the said Margaret left any other heirs, their names and residence are unknown to him (John Dozier) and Thomas and his sister are non-residents. Margaret's birth date can only be estimated. She and her sister, Elizabeth, were recipients of a deed of gift of a slave girl each under date of 4 Aug 1763, of record in Prince William, Va..Pr. Wm. Co, Deed Bk, p.11. Land grants in Tenn. under the name of James Cash: #782-590 acres granted 1786 in Washington Co. on waters of Little Limestone: #891-100 acres 1790 in Washington Co, on waters of Cherokee Creek joining Bennett's lines N. Carolina Land Grants in Tennessee 1778-1791, Sec 1. The will of James Cash, signed 10 April 1806, Washington County, TN, names beneficiaries, wife, Margaret, children (elder son, Ingo Dozier Cash, not named) James, John, grandson James Cash, Sally Thomas and her sons, William and Isaac, William, Leonard, Zachariah, Margaret, Peggy, Patsy Anderson, Benjamin and Asbury. Executor, Margaret Cash, Benjamin Cash, William Colvert, Witnesses: Joseph Riker, Samuel Berryman. Signed James Cash..proved May 1807. Washington County, Tennessee Marriages & Wills, Vol I, p 73-74, Courthouse at Jonesboro... Copied by Ethel Wheeler Smith. There was a John Cash who married 8 May 1799, Hannah Dosser, Washington County, Tenn. Rites by Martin Sidner, Witness, James Sevier..Washington County, Term. Marriages & Wills Vol I by Ethel Wheeler Smith, Vol 0 p 127, at courthouse of Jonesboro. The right place and time to be son of Margaret Dozier Cash but has not been proven. In reference to William Rogers who Md Martha Cash, daughter of #5 William Cash, he was born 1810 or 1812 in S. Carolina, d. in Gadsden Co, Fla. They had a child born in Gadsden Co, Fla. in 1833. This is the line of Mary Ann Havens of North Little Rock, Ark.
Margaret & Elizabeth Dozier received slaves Hannah & Winney 4 Aug 1763. 4 June 1764, James Ingo Dozier sells 6 slaves including Winney and Hannah, if the same, given to the girls.
5 Feb 1771, James Ingo Dozier 'deed of trust' between him and Thomas Davis, for life of Elizabeth Davis, wife of Thomas, slave Winney,
1 October 1790, James Ingo Dozier's will, mentions Elizabeth Davis and only one child, Rebecca (Davis), spelled Rebeckah.
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