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Ancestors of Lyndall J. White (Lynn Mayes)


      706. David Woodroffe He married 707. Frances Winfield.

      707. Frances Winfield
     
Child of David Woodroffe and Frances Winfield is:
  353 i.   Sarah Woodroffe, born 1728 in Surry Co. Virginia; married John Whittington, Jr. Abt. 1740 in Virginia.


      708. John Gilliam, Jr., born Abt. 1795 in Surry Co. Virginia; died 1737 in Granville Co. North Carolina. He was the son of 1416. John Gilliam and 1417. Margaret Henshaw. He married 709. Sarah Battle 1718 in Surry Co. Virginia.

      709. Sarah Battle, born 1696 in Albemarle Parish, Surry Co. Virginia; died February 23, 1769 in Albemarle Parish, Surry Co. Virginia. She was the daughter of 1418. John Battle and 1419. Ann.

Notes for John Gilliam, Jr.:
John Gilliam, Jr. bought in 1704,1000 acres in Prince George Co. Virginia. On August 9, 1738, he wrote his will. September 20, 1738, his will probated.

  Notes for Sarah Battle:
Sarah "Sary" may have the last name Battle?

More About Sarah Battle:
Nickname: Called "Sary"
     
Children of John Gilliam and Sarah Battle are:
  i.   Mildred Gilliam, born Abt. 1719 in Surry Co. Virginia; died Bef. August 04, 1798 in Sussex Co. Virginia; married John Hill 1742 in Surry Co. Virginia; born Abt. 1718 in Surry Co. Virginia; died Bef. February 21, 1765 in Sussex Co. Virginia.
  Notes for Mildred Gilliam:
Milldred Gilliam was called "Milly".

1738- Mildred's father, John Gilliam, Jr., left her 1 negro gir "Phillus" in his will.
January 27, 1796, Mildred Gilliam Hill wrote her will.
August 4, 1798, Mildred's will was probated.


  Notes for John Hill:
January 13, 1765, John Hill wrote his will.
February 21, 1765, John's will was probated.


  354 ii.   Burrell Gilliam, born August 09, 1720 in Surry Co. Virginia; married Anne Johnson Abt. 1744 in Surry Co. or Sussex Co. Virginia.
  iii.   John Gilliam, born Abt. 1722 in Surry Co. Virginia; married Sarah Williamson.
  iv.   Hinche Gilliam, born Abt. 1724 in Surry Co. Virginia.
  v.   Levi Gilliam, born Abt. 1730 in Surry Co. Virginia.
  vi.   Mary Gilliam, born Abt. 1732 in Surry Co. Virginia.
  vii.   Isom Gilliam, born February 25, 1732/33 in Surry Co. Virginia.
  viii.   Tabitha Gilliam, born Abt. 1734 in Surry Co. Virginia.
  ix.   Lydia Gilliam, born March 27, 1736 in Surry Co. Virginia; died Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Montgomery Co. North Carolina; married David Pennington; born Abt. 1730 in Virginia; died Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Montgomery Co. North Carolina.
  x.   Hansille Gilliam, born March 27, 1736 in Surry Co. Virginia.


      710. Moses Johnson He married 711. Mary Collier.

      711. Mary Collier
     
Child of Moses Johnson and Mary Collier is:
  355 i.   Anne Johnson, born Abt. 1723 in Albemarle, Surry Co. Virginia; married Burrell Gilliam Abt. 1744 in Surry Co. or Sussex Co. Virginia.


      712. Thomas Mercer, born March 13, 1647/48 in Foxes Lane, Stepney, Middlesex Co. England; died Abt. 1718 in Lower Norfolk Co. Virginia. He was the son of 1424. Christopher Mercer and 1425. Mary Simson. He married 713. Katherine Biggs 1669 in London, England.

      713. Katherine Biggs, born Abt. 1651 in Lower Norfolk Co. Virginia; died 1694 in Lower Norfolk Co. Virginia. She was the daughter of 1426. John Biggs and 1427. Johannah Sawyer.

More About Thomas Mercer:
Christened: March 13, 1647/48, Stepney, Middlesex Co. England
     
Children of Thomas Mercer and Katherine Biggs are:
  356 i.   Joseph Mercer, born 1680 in Norfolk Co. Virginia; died May 1735 in Norfolk Co. Virginia; married Amy Ives Abt. 1705 in Norfolk Co. Virginia.
  ii.   Christopher Mercer, born Abt. 1672 in Lower Norfolk Co. Virginia; died 1711 in Norfolk Co. Virginia.
  iii.   Mary Mercer, born 1678 in Norfolk Co. Virginia; died Bef. 1713 in Currituck Co. North Carolina.
  iv.   John Mercer, born 1685 in Lower Norfolk Co. Virginia; died February 25, 1762 in Lower Norfolk Co. Virginia.
  v.   Thomas Mercer, born 1685 in Norfolk Co. Virginia; died September 1759 in Currituck Co. North Carolina.


      728. Jesse Pipkin, born Abt. 1726 in Chowan Co. North Carolina; died January 1815 in Lenoir Co. North Carolina. He was the son of 1456. John Pipkin and 1457. Martha Goodman. He married 729. Charlotte Fereba Abt. 1750 in North Carolina.

      729. Charlotte Fereba, born in North Carolina; died January 1806 in Lenoir Co. North Carolina.

Notes for Jesse Pipkin:
Jesse Pipkin may have had two wives. His wife is listed as both Charlotte and Fereba. This may be two individual women or one woman who was Charlotte Fereba, or Fereba Charlotte.

Jesse Pipkin received a land grant for 300 acres on Panther Creek on 13 Oct 1765. The original of this grant must be lost for it is not included in the list of land grants for Dobbs County. Jesse referenced
this grant in the Wayne County Deed, Bk 7, pg 114, on 13 Feb 1801 when he deeded land to his son Elisha Pipkin.

Jesse Pipkin received a land grant for 100 acres on the east side of Buck Swamp in Duplin County, NC on 27 April 1767.

Jesse Pipkin is listed on the 1769 Tax List of Dobbs County, NC.

Jesse Pipkin sold land to Margaret Benton as recorded on Dobbs County Deed Bk 9, pg 304 (1771-73). Index data only, no specifics.

Jesse Pipkin bought 100 acres of land in Sampson County, NC on Wolf Branch from John Roberts, Sampson Deed Book 3, pg 377-1772.

Jesse Pipkin from Isaac Hines, Dobbs Deed Bk 10, pg 285 (1773-75)

Jesse Pipkin from Isaac Hines, Dobbs Deed Bk 10, pg 301 (1773-75)

Voters List 10 MAR 1779 Dobbs Co. North Carolina - Jesse Pipkin.

Jesse Pipkin received a land grant for 150 acres on the north sideof Panther Creek in Dobbs County, NC along Jonathan Benton's line on 10 Nov 1779. Grant Book 29, p 345 of Dobbs County.

Census: 1780 Dobbs Co. North Carolina - Jesse Pipkin.

Tax List 1780 Dobbs Co. North Carolina - Jesse Pipkin.

Jesse Pipkin was a Revolutionary War Patriot. He is a DAR certified (Vol. 9, p. 115, Folio 4, Revolutionary Services, North Carolina State Archives) "for hauling supplies, housing the militia and supplying meat for the Army."

From- Men Over Age in Dobbs County, NC, October 1781:

The list was in Old Dobbs Trail published in the 11 May 1986 Newsletter of The Dobbs County Genealogical Society. The original is in the Secretary of State Papers at the NC Archives.
NAMES OF MEN OVER AGE
DOBBS COUNTY, NC
20 October 1781
(includes:)
PIPKIN, Jesse

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Census: 1782 Dobbs Co. North Carolina - Jesse Pipkin.

Tax List Tax List 1782 Dobbs Co. North Carolina - Jesse Pipkin.

Jesse Pipkin received 150 acres in a land grant on east side of Buck Marsh in Duplin County, NC on 21 Sep 1785. Duplin Deed Bk B, pg 90.

26 Nov 1785, Jesse Pipkin bought 60 acres from Samuel Tanner, land joined Isaac Hines, Jesse Pipkin & Richard Robert. Wit by Daniel Hines, & Elizabeth Davis. Duplin Co Deed Bk 1A, pg 319.

In 1785 Samuel Tanner sold to Jesse Pipkin land adjacent to Isaac Hines "a hundred acres in New Hanover County" - "now Duplin County." (Jesse later granted the same land to his son Archelaus Pipkin in 1803.)

1790 Census of Dobbs County, Newbern District shows Jesse Pipkin, 1 male over 16, 4 males under 16, 3 white females, 6 slaves.

Jesse Pipkin bought 100 acres on the side of the Neuse River and south side of Cox's branch, Needham Whitfield corner, Lewis Hines corner, Jesse Pipkin line, from Bibby Bush, 24 Apr 1790. Wayne Co Deed Bk 5, pg 77.

1790 Census has next door to Jesse, John Pipkin, 1 male over 16, 2 males under 16, 1 female, 1 slave - he is of unknown relation to Jesse, possibly an older son, but there is no record of his owning any land; he witnessed the deed of 27 Jan 1794 when Lewis Pipkin sold his land on Buck Swamp, adjoining Daniel Hines to Jonathan Keithely, same day Jesse sold his; Lewis had moved to New Hanover County, NC and was there as late as 20 Jun 1797 when he served on the jury there.

Jesse Pipkin sold Jonathan Keithley, 250 acres of land on 27 Jan 1794.100 acres was patent of 27 Apr 1767; and 150 acres was patent of 21 Sep 1784 on Buck Swamp. Duplin Co Deed Bk 3A, pg 141.

1800 Census of Lenoir County, NC - Jesse Pipkin, 1 male over 45; 2 males 16/26 & 1 male 0/16; 1 female over 45. (Probably Elisha & Archealaus 16/26 & Isaac under 16)

Son Elisha Pipkin was twenty-seven (1799) and his first child was on the way when Jesse gave him land on Panther Creek for "love, good will and natural affection." :

Wayne County, North Carolina - Jesse Pipkin Deed 1801

WAYNE COUNTY N.C. DEED BOOK 7, page 114, (1779-1801)
To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greetings, Know ye that I Jesse Pipkin of the county of Lenoir and State of North Carolina for and in consideration of the natural love, goodwill and affection
that I have and do bequeath to my son Elisha Pipkin for other good ___ have given Executed and made over unto him the said Elisha Pipkin his heirs assigns forever the following messages, tracts or parcel of
land situated lying and being in the county of Wayne and Lenoir and on the south side of Neuse River, a survey of one hundred and fifty acres granted to me the said Jesse Pipkin the 27th day of October 1799
on the north side of Panther Creek beginning at a pine in Jonathan Bentons line and runs with the same North 70 (degrees) East 40 poles to a black jack his own corner then South 70 East 70 poles to a red
oak Hines corner then North 115 poles to a lightwood stake then North 70 West 175 poles to a pine and from thence a direct line to the beginning.

Also one hundred acres being part of a survey granted to Bibby Bush the 24th day of October 1786 for two hundred acres beginning at a stake in the third line of said patent and runs South 52 poles to Needham Whitfield's corner and being the joint corner of the said patent, then West 32 poles to a pine Lewis Hines corner thence with his line South 44 poles to a black jack near Jesse Pipkin line then with his line West 35 East 236 poles to a pine his corner then with his other line North 72 poles to a stake in the seventh line and from thence across the patent to the beginning. And one hundred acres more or less containing the land on the West side of Panther Creek being part of a survey granted to me the said Jesse Pipkin 300 acres the 13th day of October 1765 beginning in the giveing? line of the patent at the intersection of a small branch to the north of Francis Bentons plantation and runs down the ___ of the same to the west prong of Panther creek now called Panther Branch, then down the meanders of the same to the mouth of the Huckle Berry branch then up the meanders of Huckle berry branch to the patent line and then with the patent line or lines to the beginning.

The whole containing by estimation 350 acres more or less, to have and to hold this aforesaid land and premises with all the improvements, privileges, conveniences of advantages to the same belonging or in anywise appurtaining unto him the said Elisha Pipkin, his heirs assigns forever and I the said Jesse Pipkin __ and forever defend all my rights title claims or demands of the same to him the said Elisha Pipkin his heirs and assigns forever against all persons claiming the same by for or under _ __.
In witness whereof I the said Jesse Pipkin have herewith set my hand and affixed my seal this 13th day of February 1801.
Signed Sealed and Acknowd in the presence of Wm. Whitfield Jesse Pipkin
Jo. F. Bryan
February Court 1801

Lenoir County, NC - Jesse Pipkin to Elisha Pipkin, 1801
To all people to whom these presents shall come, greetings. Know ye that I Jesse Pipkin of the county of Lenoir and State of North Carolina, for and in consideration of natural love, goodwill and affection that I have and do bequeath to my son Elisha Pipkin for other good causes have given executed and made over unto him the said Elisha Pipkin the following situated lying and being in the county of Wayne and Lenoir and on the south side of Neuse River, a survey of one hundred and fifty acres granted to me the said Jesse Pipkin the 27th day of October 1799 on the north side of Panther Creek beginning at a pine in Jonathan Benton's line and runs with the same North 70 East 40 poles to a black jack his own corner, then South 70 East 70 poles to a red oak Hines corner, then North 115 poles to a lightwood stake then North 70 West 175 poles to a pine and from thence a direct line to the beginning. Also one hundred acres being part of a survey granted to Bibbey Burk (Bush?) the 24th day of October 1786 for two hundred and fifty acres beginning at a stake in the third line of said patent and runs South 52 poles to Needham Whitfield's corner and being the joint corner of the said patent, then West 35 East 236 poles to a pine his corner then with his other line North 72 poles to a stake in the seventh line and from thence across the patent to the beginning and one hundred acres more or less containing the land on the West side of Panther Creek being part of a survey granted to me the said Jesse Pipkin for 300 acres the 13th day of October 1765, beginning in the giving line of the patent at the intersection of a small branch to the north of Francis Benton's plantation and runs down the __ of the same to the west prong of Panther Creek, then down the meanders of the same to the mouth of Huckle Berry branch, then up the meanders of Huckle
Berry branch to the patent line and then with patent line to the beginning. The whole containing by estimation 350 acres more or less...this 13th day of February 1801.

In the presence of: /s/ Jesse Pipkin Seal\\
Wm. Whitfield
Jo. F. Bryan
***************

Jesse Pipkin to Archelaus Pipkin, 1 Dec 1803; 185 acres in two tracts at head of Wolf Branch; wit: Daniel Hines, Isaac Hines. Duplin County Deed Book O, pg 229. Archelaus Pipkin sold this same land to Isaac
Pipkin on 15 Jan 1806; and bought it back from Isaac on 23 Nov 1811.

15 January 1806 Jesse Pipkin sold to Stewart Pipkin a slave boy. Jesse was listed as "being of ... unreadable .. ." but some think "Lincoln County, North Carolina." Recorded Smith County, Tennessee, Will Bk . 5, pg. 172 - (1805-1809) Witnessed: Joel Hines and Lewis Pipkin.

Jesse Pipkin sold Elisha Pipkin two slaves, William & Henry on 13 Feb 1808; wit: Archelaus Pipkin & D. Albertson. Wayne Co Deed Bk 9, pg 46 & 55.

1810 Census of Lenoir County, NC - had Jesse Pipkin over 45 and 1 male 26/45 (1765/1784) which would have been Archelaus; no females, so his wife Fereba had died. Isaac Pipkin and his family are enumerated next to his father. Isaac Pipkin sold his 185 acres to Archelaus Pipkin on 23 Nov 1811
and is said to have gone to Marlboro, SC after his father died.

The last transaction of Jesse Pipkin was the grant he made to Arthur Branch 23 January 1815. Clarissa Branch was born that year, daughter of Arthur Branch and Sarah Keathley, born 1797. Sarah was the daughter of Mark and Elizabeth Pipkin Keathley.

Occupation of Jesse Pipkin: Planter North Carolina.

Research by Clint Pipkin
     
Children of Jesse Pipkin and Charlotte are:
  i.   Lucretia Pipkin, born Abt. 1751 in Johnston Co. North Carolina.
  ii.   Lewis Pipkin, born Abt. 1753 in Johnston Co. North Carolina.
  364 iii.   Stephen Pipkin, born August 02, 1757 in Dobbs Co. North Carolina; died 1840 in Evergreen, Conecuh Co. Alabama; married Amelia Thompson April 21, 1779 in Wayne Co. North Carolina.
  iv.   John Pipkin, born Abt. 1760 in Dobbs Co. North Carolina.
  v.   Archilus Pipkin, born Abt. 1769 in Dobbs Co. North Carolina.
  vi.   Elisha Pipkin, born Abt. 1771 in Lenoir Co. North Carolina.
  vii.   Jesse Pipkin, born Abt. 1775 in Dobbs Co. North Carolina.
  viii.   Isaac Lucious Pipkin, born April 01, 1786; died September 10, 1854; married Mary Benton December 29, 1805; born July 30, 1788; died October 21, 1870.


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