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Ancestors of Lindsay Kaye McCann


Generation No. 9


      288. William Burtles, born Abt. 1720 in England or Maryland; died 04 May 1789 in Charles Co., Maryland. He married 289. Mrs. William Burtles.

      289. Mrs. William Burtles

Notes for William Burtles:
In 1785 a league of 70 families, mostly from St. Mary's County, Maryland, made a covenant to move to Kentucky. Not all at the same time.
     
Children of William Burtles and Mrs. Burtles are:
  144 i.   Benjamin Burtle, born Abt. 1750 in Charles Co., Maryland; died Abt. 1830 in Greyson Co., Kentucky; married Catherine Burtle.
  ii.   Andrew Burtle, born 1743 in Maryland; died 1815 in Grayson Co., Kentucky; married Susannah Lewis; born 1753.
  Notes for Andrew Burtle:
Owned two slaves in the 1790 census.

Andrew settled in Washington, Co., KY, in 1806 near Springfield, KY. In 1811 he moved to Grayson Co., KY. See "Kentucky, A History of the State".

Andrew had four slaves in the 1810 KY census.

The surname "Lewis" for Sussannah was provided to James Richard Burtle by Mr. Rob Day vcr1187@aol.com

--- James Richard Burtle

  iii.   Ann Burtles, married Jonathon Mudd.
  iv.   Eleanor Burtles, died in Kentucky; married Benjamin Higdon.
  v.   Sarah Burtles, married Charles Simpson 19 November 1786.
  vi.   Susannah Burtles, married (1) Marmaduke Simms; married (2) Mark Simms.
  vii.   William Burtles, born Abt. 1748 in Charles Co., Maryland; died Abt. 1801 in Charles Co., Maryland; married Sarah Wathen 28 June 1789 in Charles Co., Maryland; born Abt. 1770 in Charles Co., Maryland.
  viii.   Mary Burtles, married Francis Simms.
  ix.   Elizabeth Burtles, died 1783 in Charles Co., Maryland.
  Notes for Elizabeth Burtles:
Sarah Burtles was the executrix of the will of Elizabeth Burtles.

1. To sister Sarah use of mulatto girl, Mary until she reaches 21 years of age, after which she and her increase to be free forever, also 4 negroes: Jack, Foley, Clare and Nell, and if she dies without issue to such if the family as she thinks proper, also all stock and household furniture and 2 gwns provided she gives Ann Mudd's 2 girls (pounds)$ 6 each.

2. To Ann Mudd: one cloth coat on provision she gives her two daughters 15 shillings

3. Sarah Burtles to give a (pounds) $20 Sterling to Eleanor and Elizabeth Higdon at 16 years.

4. To brother Benjamin on pair of silver shoe buckles.

5. Negro winch Rose to one the family she chooses and her increase to Sarah Burtles.

6. 3 year service of negro Ben to Sarah and Benjamin Burtles.


      320. John Hodgson, born 04 August 1731 in ChesterCo., Pennsylvania; died November 1804 in Greensboro, Guilford Co., North Carolina. He was the son of 640. George Hodgson and 641. Mary Thatcher. He married 321. Mary Mills 07 May 1754 in New Garden, Rowan Co., North Carolina.

      321. Mary Mills, born 04 December 1731 in Hopewell, Frederick Co., Virginia; died 10 October 1793 in Guilford Co., North Carolina. She was the daughter of 642. Thomas Mills and 643. Elizabeth Harrold.

Notes for John Hodgson:
1754, May 7 - New Garden MM - John Hodson, son of George of Roan Co, m Mary Mills dt of Thomas Mills of same place

Marriage record from "Records", New Garden Monthly Meeting, page 44, volume 1:
Whereas John Hodson son of George Hodson of the County in Roan in North Carolina & Mary Mills Daughter of Thos Mills of the same place having Declar'd Their Intention of Marriage with Each Other before Several monthly meetings of the people Called Quakers of New Garden in sd County afsd and having Consent of parents & parties Concerned their Sd proposals was alowd of by Sd Meeting and they Left to their liberty to accomplish their Sd marriage according to good Order which they Did on the 7 day of the 5 month 1754 in the presents of many Witnesses 12 of whose names are here inserted.

Martha Hiatt, Thomas Brown, Abigail Pike, Walter Thornburgh, Margaret Brown, william Hunt, Hannah Ballenger, John Flaggatt, abigail Thornburgh, william Haggatt, Charity Mendenhall, Henry Ballenger

1754, Jul 27 - John and Mary's second declaration of their marriage intentions was the first entry of New Garden MM, as a monthly meeting. This meeting " leaves them to their liberty to accomplish their marriage according to the good order"

1754, Aug 31 - New Garden MM - "One of the friends appointed to attend the marriage of John Hodson & Mary Mills make report that it was orderly accomlished"

NOTE: The actual marriage must occur between the liberated to marry (ltm) date of 7 July 1754 and the reported married (rm) date of 31 August 1754. Thus the recorded date of 7 May 1754 must be in error even though the New Garden minutes seem to reflect this date. [ Maybe instead of 5-7-1754, the date should be 8-7-1754 ].

1790, Mar 30 - John entered #2665, 85 acres on Polecat Creek in southern Guilford County, NC adjoining George Kirkman and David Jones.

1804, May 3 - Will written, probated Nov 1804. A:0171 N. C. Will Abstracts of Guilford County
Wife Mary - home, furniture, cow, maintenance, 15 pds in money; Son Joseph - my land and working tools; Dau Sarah Lovet - $10 or a cow worth that much; Gr son Amos Hodgson - five shillings; The rest of my living children ....
Exrs - Sons John and George Hodgson; Wits - Joseph Thornburgh, William Thornburgh

Whereas I John Hodgson of the County of Guilford and state of North Carolina Will knowing the uncertainty of life and the certainity of Death and being far spent in years but of a sound mind and memory do Leve these following Lines as my last will and testament principally and first of all I recommend my sole to the Lord and my body to the earth to be Buryed in a cristian manner at the Discrestion of my Executors hereafter Named and Tuching my worldly proporty I Dispose of in the following manner first I Recommend all my Just Debts to be payed Imprimis I Leve and bequath to my wife Mary Hodgson the house that I now Live in with all the furniture of all sorts within the house and the choise of my horse Creator, and one Cow and fifteen pounds and a sifficient mintanence of the farm------Secondly I Leveand bequath to my son Joseph Hodgson aa my Land and Gun and working tools
--------Thirdly I Leve and bequath to my Daughter Sarah Lovet--Ten dollars or a cow worth that much money-----forthly I Leve and bequath to my grandson Amos Hodgson five shillings-------Lastly I Leve and bequath all the Rest of my proporty Not Named to be Equeally Devided amongst the rest of my living Children that is alive at my Death I will and appoint my Two sons John and George Hodgson, my hole and sole Exects rattifiing and alowing whatsoeverthe do lawfully or Cause to be done in witness here of I have here unto set my hand and sealthis 3 day of the fift month in the year of our Lord 1802----sined seled and acknoleged to be his Last Will and testament in the presants of us
Joseph Thornbrugh
william Thornbrugh John Hodgson SEAL

     
Children of John Hodgson and Mary Mills are:
  160 i.   Thomas Hodgson, born 21 February 1756 in New Garden, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died 16 August 1795 in Greensboro, Guilford Co., NC; married Patience Dillon 05 November 1777 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., NC.
  ii.   Sarah Hodgson, born 14 October 1757 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, NC; died 1836; married Joseph Lovett Abt. 1778; born 1753 in Guilford Co., North Carolina; died WFT Est. 1778-1846.
  iii.   John Hodgson, born 28 June 1759 in New Garden, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died 20 February 1823 in Clinton Co., Ohio; married (1) Naomi Macki Abt. 1779 in North Carolina; born 01 July 1762 in North Carolina; died 10 December 1795 in North Carolina; married (2) Sarah Johnson 19 March 1800 in Springfield MM, Guilford Co., North Carolina; born 06 March 1770 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died 28 February 1851.
  iv.   Ruth Hodgson, born 10 March 1761 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, NC; died 14 January 1829 in Clinton Co., Ohio; married Moses Hoskins 02 June 1781 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., NC; born WFT Est. 1736-1762; died WFT Est. 1786-1849.
  v.   George Hodgson, born 06 January 1763 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, NC; died 1827 in Ohio; married (1) Ann Maris 16 November 1784 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., NC; born 23 November 1766 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died 16 March 1806 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., North Carolina; married (2) Mary Nixon 01 March 1809; born 27 February 1779 in Pasquatank Co., North Carolina; died WFT Est. 1850-1879.
  vi.   Jonathan Hodgson, born 10 March 1765 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, NC; died 1812; married (1) Abigail Stanley 01 November 1786 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., NC; born 30 April 1769 in New Garden, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died WFT Est. 1792-1861; married (2) Phoebe Sumner 23 November 1811 in Fall Creek, Highland Co., Ohio; born 04 February 1780 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died WFT Est. 1816-1881.
  vii.   Hur Hodgson, born 16 May 1767 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, NC; died 06 February 1851 in Clinton County, Ohio; married (1) Elizabeth Thornburgh 03 December 1788 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, North Carolina; born 01 February 1769 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died 10 July 1794 in North Carolina; married (2) Achsah Dillon 18 May 1798 in New Garden, Guilford Co., North Carolina; born 25 January 1779 in New Garden, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died 06 October 1841.
  Notes for Hur Hodgson:
Hur, Achsah and family arrived in Union Township, Clinton Co., in 1804, living for several weeks with Nathal Hines and family in a 12'x12' log cabin, until Hur had time to erect a cabin for his family. Both Hur and Nathan, who married Patience Dillon, wife of Hur;s deceased brother Thomas, had come to Ohio together. Hur stopped off at Waynesville, Ohio, while Nathat had continued on to Clinton County. Francis Hester, who had married Hur's sister, Mary, and family had also accompanied Hur and Nathan to Ohio from North Carolina.

Hur Hodgson and family had been memebrs of the New Garden Meeting in North Carolina. The Miami Meeting in Ohio received their certificates on June 12, 1806. Hur purchased 100 acres of land in Clinton County from Miller & Studebaker in 1804.

The 1850 Union Township federal census lists Hur as being blind and living with daughters of his second marriage, Elizabeth and Hannah, and an unknown Mary Hodgson, age 16.

  viii.   Mary Hodgson, born 09 May 1769 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, NC; died 19 January 1825 in Indiana; married Francis Hester 01 January 1790 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, NC; born 13 February 1767 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died 31 January 1848.
  Notes for Mary Hodgson:
Hur, Achsah and family arrived in Union Township, Clinton Co., in 1804, living for several weeks with Nathal Hines and family in a 12'x12' log cabin, until Hur had time to erect a cabin for his family. Both Hur and Nathan, who married Patience Dillon, wife of Hur;s deceased brother Thomas, had come to Ohio together. Hur stopped off at Waynesville, Ohio, while Nathat had continued on to Clinton County. Francis Hester, who had married Hur's sister, Mary, and family had also accompanied Hur and Nathan to Ohio from North Carolina.

  Notes for Francis Hester:
Hur, Achsah and family arrived in Union Township, Clinton Co., in 1804, living for several weeks with Nathal Hines and family in a 12'x12' log cabin, until Hur had time to erect a cabin for his family. Both Hur and Nathan, who married Patience Dillon, wife of Hur;s deceased brother Thomas, had come to Ohio together. Hur stopped off at Waynesville, Ohio, while Nathat had continued on to Clinton County. Francis Hester, who had married Hur's sister, Mary, and family had also accompanied Hur and Nathan to Ohio from North Carolina.

  ix.   Solomon Hodgson, born 31 March 1771 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, NC; died 1836 in Clinton Co., Ohio; married (1) Chloe O'Dair 23 February 1792 in Center MM, Guilford Co., North Carolina; born Abt. 1775; died 1835 in Clinton Co., Ohio; married (2) Margaret Lamb 17 March 1836 in Highland Co., Ohio.
  x.   Joseph Hodgson, born 13 August 1773 in New Garden MM, Guilford Co., North Carolina; died 11 June 1855; married Ann Wilson 28 July 1794 in Guilford Co., North Carolina; born 19 April 1772 in North Carolina; died 13 January 1855.
  Notes for Joseph Hodgson:
*** NOTE ***
The listing of the heirs in the will of Joseph Hodson probated in Hendricks Co, IN in 1855 clearly indicate that the children attributed To Solomon and Cloey (Dear) on page 501 of Hinshaw's are actually the children of his younger brother Joseph. The family composition, ages, marriages, movements to follow Joseph and Ann to Orange Co, IN, then to Hendricks Co, IN further prove this contention. Note that there is no mention in Joseph's will of any children, except Elizabeth, Sarah, Naomi, Eli W, and Mary. Though Hinshaw's entry reflects the minutes of the New Garden Meeting, the entry on page 501 is some 84 pages after the correct entry for Solomon, thus written significantly after the fact, and in error.

1794, July 28 Joseph Hodgson m Ann Wilson, civil ceremony, Abstracts Of Marriage Bonds of Guilford Co, 1771-1840

1794, Nov 29 - New Garden MM - Joseph rpd mou

1797, Sep 30 - New Garden MM - Ann & dts Elizabeth and Naomi recrq

1829, Sep 26 - New Garden MM - Joseph & fam gct Lick Creek MM, IND

1830, Feb 20 - Lick Creek MM, Orange Co, IN - Joseph & Ann & dt Mary rocf New Garden MM, NC

1830, Oct 21 - purchased 80 acres from William T and Betsey Matlock in Centre Township for $300. Discription - E1/2 of NE1/4 of Sec 8, Twp 15N, Range 1W. Grantee Deed Book #1, page 384.

1830, Dec 2 - Purchased two 80 acre parcels in Center Twp, Hendricks Co. from the Gonvernment Land Office at Crawfordville, IN. These Sales of Public Lands issued the very first land Patents or Title to these properties upon the opening of the Indiana teritory. One of these was his home site, ( W1/2 of SE1/4, sec 18, Twp 15N, Range 1W ) 80 arces along Mill Creek, across the street from the Mill Creek MM. A beautiful tract reasonably level for farming with an excellent home site along the wooded area of the creek which cut across the NW corner.

1830, Dec 15 - Lick Creek MM - Ann gct White Lick MM, IND

1831, Sep 24 - New Garden MM - Elizabeth and Naomi gct White Lick MM, IND

1831 Nov 24 - Lick Creek MM - Mary dt Joseph & Ann of Hendricks Co, IN m Robert Frazier at Newberry MH, Orange Co, IN

1833, OCT 19 - White Lick MM, Morgan Co, In - Harry & Sarah (Hodson) Osborn rocf Lick Creek MM, Orange Co, IN

1832, Feb 16 - White Lick MM, Morgan Co, IN - Elizabeth & Naomi rocf New Garden MM

1832, Jun 6 - Purchased another 80 acre tract in Center Twpfrom the GLO at Crawfordville, IND

1832 to 1838 - Elizabeth and Naomi, dts of Joseph and Ann purchase nine land parcels from the GLO at Crawfordville, IND.

1833, Sep 9 - Sold two of the 80 arce parcels from the GLO to Robert Frazier, his son-in-law, for $300

1834, Oct 7 - Purchased a fourth 80 acre parcel in Center Twp from the GLO at Crawfordville, IND

1834, Oct 16 - Mill Creek MM, Hendricks Co, IN - Joseph &w/ Ann & dts Elizabeth & Naomi are charter members of Mill Creek MM

1834, Oct 16 - Mill Creek MM - Harry & Sarah (Hodson) Osborn are charter members of Mill Creek MM

1834, Nov 15 - Lick Creek MM - Robert & Mary (Hodson) Frazier gct White Lick MM, IND

1835, Feb 14 - Mill Creek MM - Elizabeth appt to a comm

1836 Dec 9 - Sold one 80 acre parcel from the GLO to a John Harlain for $225

1837, May 13 - Mill Creek MM - Naomi Kersey (form Hodson) chm mcd

1852, May 18 - will written.

I Joseph Hodson of Hendricks county in the state of Indiana being weak in body but of sound mind and disposing memory do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following, and do hereby revoke and make void all Wills heretofore by me. First it is Will that my body be decently intered in a manner corresponding with my Estate and situation in life and as to such Worldly Estate as it has pleased God to intrust me with I dispose of in the following manner to wit.
First I will and bequeath unto my beloved Wife Ann Hodson One Bed Bedstead and Bedding, One Bureau, One Trunk, Fifty Dollars in money and a decent and comfortable support during her natural Life out of the proceeds of my estate either personal or Real, said maintainance to be paid over by my Executors hereinafter named from time to time as may be necessary to the person or petrsons having the care and trouble of her my said wife. And I will and bequeath unto my Daughter Elizabeth Hodson one cow, all of my household and kitchen furniture and also I will bequeath unto my said Duughter Elizabeth the use ocupancy rents and profits of the tract of land on which I live, to wit, the West half of the South East quarter of Section Eighteen in Township Fifteen North of Range one West during her natural life, and at her death to descend to my legal heirs. And I will and bequeath unto my Diughter Naomi Kersey the sum of One Hundred Dollars, and to my son Eli W Hodson the sum of One Hundred Dollars the above legacies to be paid over by my Executors as soon after my decease as possible out of my moneys that may come into their hands belonging to my Estate in the order in which they are named. It is my will the balance of my personal property not named above and the following described trast of land, to wit the East half of the North East quarter of section Eight in Township fifteen North of Range one West be sold by my Executoras soon after my decease as convient at public sale upon such credit as they may deem most advantagious to my Estate. And I hereby authorize and empower my Executors on such sale to convey sade land to the purchaser or purchasers by a deed or deeds such as to inshure to the purchaser or purchasers a valid and good tittle to said Premises, And I hereby appoint my friends David Osborn and Simon T Hadley Executors of this my last Will and Testament, And it is my will the balance of my estate be equally divided between my children Elizabeth Hodson, Naomi Kersey, Sarah Osborn, Eli W Hodson, and Mary Frazier share and share alike. In testimony whereof I do hereunto set my hand and seal this thee eighteenth day of the Fifth month in the year of our Lord one thousand eight and fifty two.
Exrs; Simon T Hadley and David Osborn, Wits: James and John Thompson

1852, Nov 18 Mill Creek MM - Elizabeth dt Joseph & Ann m Abner Lewis

1855, July 12 Will produced to the Clerk of Common Pleas of Hendricks County by James and John Thompson




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