Notes for William Hitchcock Taulbee: William Hitchcock Taulbee is listed in the Roster of Soldiers from No. Carolina in the Revolutionary War, published by NCDAR 8-2-1776, in a statement given by Gr. Gen. Thomas Person, "William Talby, member of Captian William Williams Co., 7th Orange Militia. List given me at Hillsborough by Captian William of Col. Butler's Battalion."
This action was war with the Cherokee, Creek and Seminole Indians 1776-78, along the Eno River which is in Orange Co., N.C.
Wm. Talbey is listed in Wilkes Co., NC Land Entries: 1778 e 150A. on Bugaboo Creek near Jonathan Stamper 1780 e 150A. at foot of Peach Bottom Mtn. 1780 e 640A. mouth Cranberry on fighting Creek
Wm. Talbey entry #1910, book A-1 page 474 - 100 acres on East Fork of Roaring River, joining James Barnyard, entry made 1-24-1781.
Wm Talbey is listed in the NC Census for Wilkes Co, N.C., and the Federal 1790, 1800, and 1810 census for Wilkes Co. N.C. He is also listed in the 1820 Federal census of Floyd Co., and 1830 Fed. census of Perry Co., Ky.
More About William Hitchcock Taulbee: Date born 2: Abt. 1748 Residence 1: Aft. 1776, Orange Co., North Carolina. Residence 2: Aft. 1778, Wilkes Co., North Carolina. Residence 3: Aft. 1817, Floyd Co., Kentucky. Residence 4: Abt. 1830, Perry Co., KY.
Children of William Hitchcock Taulbee and Margaret Canady are:
+Samuel Taulbee, b. Abt. 1774, Orange Co., North Carolina, d. 1831, Hendricks Co., Indiana.