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THE HENDRICKSONS OF YE HALFWAY TREE,PASQUOTANK PRECINCT, ALBEMARLE COUNTY,

NORTH CAROLINA

A Third Approximation



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A WORKING PAPER SUBJECT TO REVISIONS





1.FRANCIS HENDRICKSON/HENDRICK, Sr., immigrant ancestor, b. cl650; Netherlands;

d.cl7l5, Ye Halfway Tree plantation on Upper Main Swamp of New Begun Creek, Pasquotank

Precinct, Albemarle County, North Carolina: m. cl678, Mary ----(Hendrickson originally was

settled on a 206-acre tract near Beech Landing on Pasquotank River (now Elizabeth City, NC],

three-to-four miles northeast of Halfway Tree--a landmark designating the midpoint between

Pasquotank and Little Rivers. Halfway Tree originally contained more than 1600 acres and was

patented in four contiguous tracts. All of Hendrickson's children obtained parcels of

Halfway Tree in 1713-1714, but only Francis, Jr., who lived 100 miles away, kept his tract

for more than several years. Three years after Francis, Sr.'s death, the plantation was

predominantly in nonfamily hands. In 1720, Captain Benjamin West re-patented the plantation

as 935 acres.) Children: (Order approximate)



2.THOMAS HENDRICK (I], b. cl680, Beech Landing, Pasquotank River, Pasquotank Precinct,

Albemarle County; d. cl739, Little River, Perquimans Precinct,Albemarle County; m. (1) cl697

- ----- ----- ; (2) cl7l9, Elizabeth --- -. Thomas, as sole heir of Francis, Sr., sold the

remaining 635 acres of Ye Halfway Tree plantation to Captain Benjamin West in 1717. Children:



By First Wife



7.Daniel Hendricks (I), b. cl698, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank Precinct; d.

1741, Cashie Neck, Bertie County, North Carolina ; m. cl7l6, Elizabeth Sutton,

daughter of Joseph Sutton, Sr., and Parthenia Durant, of Sutton's Creek, Perquimans

Precinct. Children:



24.Hannah Hendricks, b. cl7l7, Little River, Perquimans Precinct, Albemarle

County; d. after 1765, Smithwick Creek, Tyrrell (now Martin) County, North

Carolina?; m - ----- Smithwick. Children: (Not researched.)



25.Susannah Hendricks, b. cl7l8, Little River, Perquimans Precinct; d. cl765,

Smithwick Creek, Tyrrell (now Martin) County, - M. (1) cl739 - -----

Thompson; (2) cl760, William Mizell, Jr. Children: (Not researched.)



26. Sarah Hendricks, b. cl720, Little River, Perquimans Precinct; d. after 1784,

Smithwick Creek, Martin County, North Carolina; m. (1) cl748, Thomas Price,

shipwright, of Cashie Neck; (2) cl763, Samuel Woolard, planter, of Smithwick

Creek, Tyrrell (now Martin) County. Children: (Not researched)



27. Daniel Hendricks (II), b. cl722, Little River, Perquimans Precinct; d. 1767;

Hendricks Ferry, Cashie Neck, Bertie County; m. cl760, Elizabeth -----

(Widow of George Straughn); Children:



45. Sarah Hendricks, b. cl761, Hendricks Ferry, Bertie County; d. ? : m. cl781, John

Moore of Cashie Neck, Bertie County. (Sarah last found in Bertie County in

1796--Line not researched.)



46. Elizabeth Hendricks, b. cl763, Hendricks Ferry, Bertie County;

d.? ; m. cl784, James Rasco of Cashie Neck, Bertie County. (Line not

researched.)



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47. Abraham Hendricks, b. cl765, Hendricks Ferry, Bertie County;

d. before 1782 (childhood?); m. ? (no evidence of wife or issue found.)



28. William Hendricks, b. cl724, Little River, Perquimans Precinct; d. ? ; M. ? .

Children: ? . [Last found in Cashie Neck, Bertie County, in 1751 on deed for land

near Daniel Hendricks (II)]



29. Dorothy Hendricks, b. cl727, Herrin Creek of Cashie River (later Hendricks Ferry),

Bertie County; d. After 1770?, Brickhouse Plantation, Cashie Neck, Bertie County,

where Daniel Hendricks (II) bought her a life estate; m. cl760, William Hodder,

planter, of Brickhouse Plantation. Children: (Not researched)



30. Jabesh Hendricks, planter and tavern keeper, b. cl729, Herrin Creek of Cashie River

(later Hendricks Ferry), Bertie County; d. cl790, Glade Lick waters of Little

Saluda, Edgefield County, South Carolina; m. cl754, Mary Mizell, daughter of

William Mizell, Sr., and Eleanor Smithwick, of Smithwick Creek, Tyrrell (now

Martin) County, North Carolina. Children:



48.John Hendricks, planter, Revolutionary War veteran--b. cl756, Speller branch of

Smithwick Creek, Tyrrell (now Martin) County; d.2IOctl837, Screven County,

Georgia; m. cl789, Mary Tallant, daughter of Thomas Tallant, Sr., of Anson

County, North Carolina. Children: (Eight known, not researched.)



49.(Daughter) Hendricks, b. cl758, Conetoe Pocoson (Swamp), Edgecombe County, North

Carolina;d. ? , Edgefield or Abbeville County, South Carolina; m. cl776,

Daniel Vines, allegedly a son of Benjamin Bush Vines of Anson County, North

Carolina. Children: (Seven or Eight?--minimal research).



50.David Hendricks, b. cl763, Conetoe Pocoson, Edgecombe County, North Carolina; d.

1807, Nevils Creek waters, Bulloch County, Georgia; m. (1?) cl782 - -----

Tallant, daughter of Lott Tallant and Elizabeth Higdon of Anson County, North

Carolina; Children: 1 or 2 daughters?; m. (2) cl794, Sarah Mizell, daughter

of William Mizell and Priscilla Griffen. Children: 3 sons, 2 daughters.



51. James Hendricks, b. cl766, Conetoe Pocoson, Edgecombe County, North Carolina;

d. before 1800?; m. Susannah Tallant, daughter of Lott Tallant and Elizabeth

Higdon. [Last found with Lott Tallant in 1791 on record of survey for David

Hendricks on Nevils Creek of Great Ogoochee River, Effingham (now Bulloch)

County, Georgia.] Children: (One?) Widow married Allen Dickson of Screven

County, Georgia.



`52. Daniel Hendrix, b. cl769, ? County, North Carolina; d. 5Febl833, Bulloch County,

Georgia; m. cl794, Mary Bowen, daughter of Clifton Bowen, wife Martha, of

Dobbs County, North Carolina,and Bulloch County, Georgia. Children: (Eight)



8. Solomon Hendrickson, planter, b. 1700, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle

County, North Carolina; d. 1744, southwest side of Little River, Perquimans County, North Carolina;

m. cl722, Mary------ Children:



31.Sarah Hendrickson, b. cl724, Little River, Perquimans Precinct;

d.? ; m. cl746, John Jackson; d. ? . Last found with husband in late 1750s

on Alligator River on southside of Albemarle Sound, Tyrrell County, North

Carolina. Children: (Not researched.)



32. Frances Hendrickson, b. cl726, Little River, Perquimans Precinct; d. After 1785 on

Alligator River waters, Tyrrell County; m. cl748, William Magoune from St

Mary's County, Maryland. Children:(Not researched.)



32. Mary Hendrickson, b. cl728, Little River, Perquimans Precinct; d.?; m.?

Children: (Not researched--Mary last found in father's 1744 will.)



9. Abraham Hendrickson, planter and merchant, b. cl7O3, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank

Precinct, Albemarle County, North Carolina; d. 1756, Little River, Pasquotank County; m. 1743,

Anne Kenyon Bundy, daughter of Roger Kenyon (II) of Perquimans County, and widow of Samuel Bundy

of Pasquotank County. (Bundy owned land adjacent to Ye Halfway Tree plantation.) Children:



33. Hannah Hendricks, b. cl744, Little River, Pasquotank County; d. ? ; M. ? . Children: ?

. (First and last found as a buyer at the Public Sale of Abraham's Estate in 1762.)



34.Abner Hendricks, b. cl746, Little River, Pasquotank County; d. ? ; m. cl768 - ----Stone,

daughter of William Stone of Upper Vosses Creek, Perquimans County; d. ? . Children: ? .

Tax listed in Perquimans County through 1771--then dead or gone. (Not researched.)



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10. Jeremiah Hendrickson, planter, b. cl7O5, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank

Precinct, Albemarle County, North Carolina; d. 1756, Little River, Perquimans County; m.

cl730, Sarah Cocks (Cox) , daughter of Robert Cocks, Sr., of Little River, Perquimans

County. Child:



35. George Hendrickson/Henry, b. 1738, Little River, Perquimans Precinct; ? ; m.

before 1761, ? . Children: (At least one.) Sold out and left Perquimans after

mother's death in 1762. Last found (but not proved) as George Henry in Orange

County, North Carolina, in Quaker and Regulator records of late 1760s. (Not

researched.)



11. Job Hendrickson/Henry, b. cl7O9, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle

County, North Carolina; d. 1788, Upper Vosses Creek, Perquimans County; m. cl732, Sarah Morgan,

Jr., daughter of William Morgan and Sarah Fletcher of Vosses (now Mill) Creek, waters of

Perquimans River. This was a largely Quaker family. Child:



36. Thomas Hendricks, b. 1734, Vosses Creek, Perquimans Precinct; d. cl778 as a

Continental Soldier?; m. 1758, Elizabeth Turner.Children:Seven--Solomon, Job,

Nathan, Joseph, Dempsey, Seth, and Penninah.



12. Daughter or Daughters Hendricks - Possible daughters of Thomas Hendricks (I) and First

Wife.



By Second Wife



13. Isaac Hendrickson, b. 1721, Craven Precinct, Bath County, North Carolina; d. cl756, Cashie

River waters, Bertie County, North Carolina; m. cl745 - ----- Holder?, of Bertie County.



37. Jonathan Hendrickson, b. cl746, Cashie River waters; d. ? ; m.

? . Children: (None found). Appeared as a Bertie County taxable (age 16 and older) in

1767 in the same district as Daniel Hendricks, widow Elizabeth immediately following

Daniel, s death. Was taxed there through 1772 when disappeared. (Not researched

further.)



38. William Hendrickson, b. cl748, Cashie River waters, Bertie County; d. Cashie River

waters, cl774; m. cl767 - ----- ------ children: Possibly three--Daniel Hendrickson,

age 7 in 1775; Mary Hendrickson, age 9 in 1779; and Lucretia Hendricks, age not given

in 1780--were all apprenticed by the Bertie Court. Daniel was apprenticed to a

blacksmith in the neighborhood where Isaac Hendrickson was taxed in the 1750s. Mary

was apprenticed to learn spinning, weaving, and sewing in a household adjacent to

Elizabeth Hendricks, Daniels widow, in Cashie Neck. Lucretia was apprenticed to learn

the same in a household on the east side of Cashie River located roughly halfway

between Daniel and Mary. Only Daniel was specifically identified as an orphan of

William Hendrickson. (Not researched further.)



39.Isaac Hendrixon, shoemaker, Revolutionary War veteran; b. cl755, Cashie River

waters; d. 1835, Bertie County; m. cl785 - ----- ------ Children: (At least four--not

researched.)

14. Thomas Hendricks (II), b. cl724, Little River, Perquimans Precinct;

d.cl767, west side Tar River below Tarboro, Edgecombe County, North Carolina; m.

cl745, Elizabeth ------ Perquimans County. Children:



40. Drusilla Hendricks, b. cl746, Little River, Perquimans County; d.? ; m. cl764,

James Rutherford, tavern keeper, Edgecombe County. Children: (Not researched.) Last

found in Johnston County, North Carolina, in 1769 when she joined her husband in

giving a Quit Claim to her brother Jeremiah.



41.Jeremiah Hendrick/Henry, Revolutionary War veteran [Tory?]; b. cl748, Little

River, Perquimans County; d. cl782, Great Pee Dee waters, Richmond County, North

Carolina; m. cl768, Martha ----, Edgecombe County. Children: (At least two.)

Jeremiah appears to have been a casualty of the harsh guerilla warfare between Tories

and Patriots in the PeeDee counties during the last year of the Revolution.

Descendants used the Henry surname after 1780.



3.HANNAH HENDRICKS, b. cl682 near Beech Landing, Pasquotank River, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle

County, North Carolina; d. ? , Yeopim River waters, Perquimans County; m. William Hall, cl7Ol,

Pasquotank Precinct. Children: (At least three sons--Nathaniel, Esqr., John, and Stephen, who

were multiply associated with the Little River Hendricks/Etc in various Perquimans and

Pasquotank records.) William Hall had (was given?] 325 acres of Ye Halfway Tree plantation

which he patented in 1714, but sold the land to Samuel Pike before he received the grant.









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4.WILLIAM HENDRICK, b. cl685 near Beech Landing. Pasquotank River, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle

County, North Carolina; d. Decl766, Swift Creek waters, Edgecombe County, North Carolina;

m. cl7ll - ----- ------ William received 100 acres of Ye Halfway Tree from his father in 1714--how

he disposed of the land has not been discovered. Children: (Order uncertain)



15. Joshua Hendrick, b. cl7l2, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank Precinct; d. cl770, Turkey

Creek of Tar River waters, Edgecombe (now Nash) County; m. Ann ------ children: (Only one

apparent)



42. Ritiana Hendrick, b. cl731. Beaverdam Swamp of Fishing Creek, Chowan (later Edgecombe)

Precinct--now Nash County; d. ? ; m. cl750, Miles Buzby. Children: one son known

(Grandfather William Hendrick's Will). Last identified in 1770 when she (as only heir) and

husband Miles sold Joshua's land on Turkey Creek and moved away. (not researched.)



16. William Hendrick, Jr., b. cl7l4, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle

County; d. cFebl778?, Nash County, North Carolina; m. cl738, Elizabeth Carter. Children:



43. Ethelred Hendrick, Revolutionary War veteran?; b., cl740, Swift Creek waters, Edgecombe

Precinct, Albemarle County; d. ? ; m. 2OJunl764, Sarah, widow of Matthew Morgan of Upper

Vosses Creek, Perquimans County, North Carolina. Children: (not researched.) Sold land

adjacent to father on Saponey Swamp, Edgecombe County, in 1770, and moved away. one of a

similar name enlisted in the Sixth Regiment, South Carolina Continental Line, for

Revolutionary War Service, on 6Mayl777. Nothing further in records.



44. William Hendrick, b. cl742, Saponey Swamp of Tar River, Edgecombe (now Nash) County; d.

cl795, north side of Tar River, Nash County; m.Elizabeth Carter. Children: At least five

sons--William, Tiqnall, Isaac, Willie, Isaac; daughters unknown. (Research not@ve@o@ed--

confusion with William Hendrick of Wake County.) Descendants numerous in Nash County today

(1996).



17. Sarah Hendrick, b. cl7l6, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle County,

North Carolina; d. ? , Edgecombe County?; m. cl736, William Beckinham. Children: (Not

researched--a son or grandson was still on Swift Creek, Nash, in the 1780s.)



18. Mary Hendrick, b. cl7l8, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle County;

d. ? ; m. cl740, Arthur Hood. Children: (Not researched.) Sold out on Swift Creek in 1767 and

moved elsewhere?



19.(Daughter) Hendrick, b. cl720, Ye Halfway Tree plantation, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle

County; d. ? ; m. cl742, Joseph Coker; d.? Children:(Not researched--had at least one son.)



20.(Daughter) Hendrick, b. cl722, Ye Halfway Tree?, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle County; d.

? , Edgecombe County?; m. cl746, Kindred Carter?. Children:(Not researched)



21.Jesse Hendrick, b. cl724, north side of Morratuck (Roanoke) River, Bertie Precinct (now

Northampton County) , Albemarle County; d.? Chatham County, North Carolina?; m. cl753, Sarah ---

--- Children: (Not researched.) Last found in Edgecombe County in Decl766 when sold land on Long

Swamp of Swift Creek, Edgecombe, bounding father. Moved to Orange (now Chatham) County.

Descendants moved to Georgia after Revolution.



5.MARY HENDRICKSON, b. cl687, near Beech Landing, Pasquotank River, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle

County, North Carolina; d. ? ; m. cl7O8, Robert Cartwright, son of Job; Children: (Not

researched.) Francis Hendrick, Sr., sold Robert Cartwright 100 acres of Ye Halfway Tree in 1714,

subject Cartwright's paying the Quit Rents owing to the Proprietors.



6.FRANCIS HENDRICKSON, Jr., b. cl690, near Beech Landing, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle County;

d. 1734, Craven Precinct (now County), Bath County, North Carolina; m. cl7l2, Elisha ------ In

1714, Francis, Sr., gave Francis, Jr., 100 acres of Ye Halfway Tree--subject to Junior's paying

the delinquent Quit Rents--although Francis, Jr., was already settled in Craven Precinct, Bath

County, approximately 100 miles to the south. Francis, Jr., retained his share of the

Pasquotank plantation until 1728 when he sold it to a neighbor to the tract--with the help of

cousins Nathaniel Hall, Esqr., as his agent, and John Hall, as a deed witness. Children: (only

the following two daughters were named in Francis, Jr.'s Will, but there may have been a

disinherited son, namely Peter Hendrickson, a blacksmith who was active in Craven County court

records in the 1740s-1750s.)



22.(Daughter) Hendricks, b. cl7l3, Craven Precinct, Bath County, North Carolina; d. ? ; m. John

Hill. Children: (Not researched.)



23. (Daughter) Hendricks, b. cl7l5 Craven Precinct, Bath; d. ? ; m. Moses Arnall. Children:

(Not researched.)- End of Partial Four Generations

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