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|337||i.||Elizabeth Selvey, born Abt. 1655; died October 21, 1751 in Accomac Co., VA; married William Fletcher I Abt. 1675.|
|i.||George Tucker V, born 1651 in Bermuda; died 1710 in Bermuda; married Jean Hubbard in Bermuda; born Abt. 1655.|
More About George Tucker V:|
Occupation: Capt. of Bermuda Council
|400||ii.||Henry Tucker, born September 14, 1652 in Port Royal, Bermuda; died January 05, 1726/27 in Southampton, Bermuda; married Elizabeth Bridger.|
|iii.||Frances Tucker, born 1653 in Bermuda; died October 06, 1726 in Middlesex, England; married Richard Darnell; born 1633 in London, England.|
More About Frances Tucker:|
Burial: Mary Le-Strand, Middlesex, England
|iv.||John Tucker, born 1655 in Bermuda; died 1715 in St. Mararet's Parish, Westminister, London, England.|
More About John Tucker:|
Occupation: Official of British Government, Southern Dept.
|v.||William Tucker, born 1657 in Bermuda; died 1723 in Warwick Tribe, Bermuda; married Annie Stowe in Bermuda; born Abt. 1660.|
More About William Tucker:|
Occupation: Ship owner, referred to as Captain
|401||i.||Elizabeth Bridger, born 1673 in Northampton Co., VA; married Henry Tucker.|
|i.||Joanna Paulk, born November 17, 1690 in Concord, MA.; died December 12, 1690 in Tolland Co., CT.|
|ii.||Abigail Paulk, born February 12, 1691/92 in Concord, MA.; died Aft. January 1772; married George Hall January 16, 1729/30 in Tolland Co., CT; born Abt. 1690.|
|iii.||Samuel Paulk III, born February 13, 1691/92 in Concord, MA.; died March 15, 1772 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Mass; married Sarah Slafter May 05, 1720 in Tattnall Co., GA; born Abt. 1700 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA.|
|iv.||Thomas Paulk, born May 15, 1696 in Concord, MA.; died January 08, 1712/13 in Tolland Co., CT.|
|v.||John Paulk, Sr., born September 14, 1698 in Concord, MA.; died December 16, 1780 in Tolland Co., CT; married Kazia Benton December 22, 1736 in Tolland Co., CT; born 1714.|
|vi.||Sarah Paulk, born January 10, 1699/00 in Concord, MA.; died December 24, 1704 in Concord, MA.|
Notes for Sarah Paulk:|
Nancy Elaine Harper has date and place of birth as: 08 Jan. 1703/04 in Concord, Middlesex, Mass..
|432||vii.||Jonathan Paulk, Sr., born September 14, 1704 in Concord, MA; died March 1773 in Jefferson Co., GA; married Rebecca Ruth Stearns 1729 in Tolland Co., CT.|
|viii.||Rachel Paulk, born December 06, 1705 in Concord, Middlesex Co., MA; died Aft. 1742 in Tolland Co., CT; married (1) William Eaton, Sr. 1726 in Tolland Co., CT; born July 1700 in Windsor, Hartford, CT.; married (2) Nathan Wheeler April 25, 1741 in Tolland Co., CT; born Abt. 1700.|
|ix.||Judith Paulk, born April 06, 1708 in Concord, Middlesex Co., MA; died August 04, 1767 in Tolland Co., CT; married Seth Dunham, Sr. May 16, 1735 in Tolland Co., CT; born Abt. 1702.|
|433||i.||Rebecca Ruth Stearns, born November 19, 1707 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA; died 1775 in Richmond, Jefferson Co., GA; married Jonathan Paulk, Sr. 1729 in Tolland Co., CT.|
|i.||Shubael Stearns, Jr., born August 19, 1683 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA; died November 20, 1771 in Sandy Creek, SC; married Rebecca Sanford Lariby December 28, 1704 in Saso, York, Maine; born February 04, 1683/84 in Boston, Suffork, Mass.; died in Sandy Creek, SC.|
|434||ii.||Ebenezer Stearns, Sr., born 1693 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA; died 1759 in Belcherton, Hampdhire Co., Mass; married Martha Burnap October 29, 1717 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass..|
|i.||Thomas Burnap III, born April 16, 1689 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died December 28, 1736 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.|
|ii.||Sarah Burnap, born October 18, 1690 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died August 06, 1724 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA; married Samuel Stearns May 16, 1711 in Lynn, Essex Co., Mass; born September 12, 1685 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA.; died December 20, 1759 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA..|
|iii.||Mary Burnap, born September 08, 1692 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.|
|iv.||Elizabeth Burnap, born November 01, 1694 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died December 30, 1748.|
|v.||Rebecca Burnap, born December 02, 1695 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died November 12, 1727.|
|vi.||Ebenezer Burnap, born March 01, 1696/97 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died July 30, 1723 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass; married Hannah Lily December 24, 1719; born May 05, 1700 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died in Sutton, Worchester, Mass..|
|435||vii.||Martha Burnap, born April 03, 1697 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died 1757 in Belcherton, Hampdhire Co., Mass; married Ebenezer Stearns, Sr. October 29, 1717 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass..|
|viii.||Abigail Burnap, born February 08, 1698/99 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died April 12, 1739 in Dudley, Mass.|
|ix.||Hepzieth Burnap, born April 03, 1701 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.|
|x.||Timothy Burnap, born 1706 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died September 11, 1737 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.|
|xi.||Bethiah Burnap, born July 25, 1707 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.|
|xii.||Ruth Burnap, born 1711 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.|
|xiii.||Isaac Burnap, born January 17, 1711/12 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.|
|xiv.||Anna Burnap, born 1713 in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass.|
|i.||Elizabeth Young, born Bet. 1720 - 1740.|
|ii.||Thomas Young, born Abt. 1721; married Mary Box; born Abt. 1725.|
|iii.||John Young, born Abt. 1723.|
|iv.||Nathaniel Young, born Abt. 1726.|
|v.||Sarah Young, born Abt. 1729; married William Cooksey; born Abt. 1729.|
|436||vi.||George Young, born 1730 in Georgia.|
|vii.||Issac Young, Jr., born Abt. 1736 in Georgia; died 1786 in Savannah, GA; married Martha Bradley; born Abt. 1736; died March 15, 1795 in Savannah, GA.|
|i.||Solomon Lott, born 1740 in Edgecombe Co., NC. or Virginia?; died Abt. 1822 in Mississippi; married Ann Joyner; born Abt. 1750.|
Notes for Solomon Lott:|
 Passports Issued by Governors of Georgia, 1785 - 1820.
author: Mary Givens Bryan
Publ. National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC
"said passport issued 19 Feb. 1810 for Solomon Lott, Asberry Harris and James McArthur, the former with his wife, 5 children, and 3 Negro, and the latter with his wife and 1 child.
 American State Papers
Vol. 3, page 36
On list of settlers east of Pearl River with no claim.
Solomon first appeared in the territory records as apparent squatter on the west side of the Pearl River in December 1810, with no claim from either the French, British, or Spanish Governments. He eventually located in Hancock County, MS., where he appeared on the census in 1820. His son Amos, claimed 400 acres of land on Bolachitta Creek in June 1810, and at the same time, his son, Stephen Lott claimed land on Reed [or Reedy] Creek. Solomon Lott's sons, John Ezekiel and Jacob were also listed as settlers 1811 and 1812.
SOURCE: John C. Barron
[Researched: 27 April 2003\
More About Solomon Lott:|
Census: 1820, Hancock Co., MS.
Residence: February 19, 1810, MS. Terr.
|440||ii.||John Lott III, born 1742 in Isle of Wight, VA. / Edgecombe Co., NC?; died July 01, 1810 in Tattnall Co., GA; married Sarah "Sallie" Lightfoot 1762 in North Carolina.|
|iii.||Arthur Lott, Sr., born 1750 in Edgecombe Co., NC; died May 23, 1812 in Washington Dist., MS; married Sarah Ann Clapp Abt. 1780 in Georgia; born Abt. 1765 in Georgia; died Abt. 1830 in Mississippi.|
Notes for Arthur Lott, Sr.:|
 In 1773 Arthur was arrested for tax problems.
 He was on the official list of members of the Georgia Legislature as Rep. from Tattnall County, Ga..
Genealogical Magazine, Jan. 1967, pg. 1574\\
 Said he lost the following valued at $600 to Indian depredation:
horse, 1 Negro, 2 houses, good tools, cattle, hogs, crops of corn.
 The Creek War ... [author...Halbert, Hall] pg. 86-90
"Said 25 May 1812 ... on the 23rd inst. a white man William Lott, was murdered eight miles from his home by four Indians [Washington Dist., Miss. Terr.]. The murderes...are no doubt those concerned in the murder of Thomas Meredith and William, or as some call him Arthur Lott..." I have often heard Sam Moniac say that if Lott had not been killed at the time he was, it was his belief that the war could have been prevented."
 The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia... Arthur, Allen D. Chandler... publication: Charles P. Bryd, State Printer, Atlanta, Ga., pg. 478:
"said 3'18" 6 to Hugh Magee for appending and bringing Arthur Lott to Savannah Goal [for taxes].
The Web of Kinship [Descendants of John L. Lott] said Arthur Lott Tax Collector of Montgomery County, now Tattnall County, pays taxes on land. Simon Lott as witness.
From all indications Arthur Lott never actually made it to Mississippi Territory. A military report stated that Lott had been killed on 23 May 1812 [Henry S. Halbert & T.H. Hall, "The Creek War", No place, University of Alabama Press, 1969 reprint pg. 85], and the Georgia newspaper though originally identifying the victim as William Lott, soon corrected it and said he had been killed at "Warrior's Stand on his way to Bigby [Tombigbee River] when ambushed [Georgia Express, Athens, 05 June 1812]. No credible evidence of the actual location of this event has been reported, however, and it is interesting to note that if the newspaper is correct, Arthur's destination was actually the Mobile area and not the Marion County area.\\
SOURCE: John C. Barron
[Researched: 27 April 2003\
10 June 1778...Arthur signed a promissary note agreeing to pay his brother, Absalom Lott, 2,400 "Spanish mill dollars for value received." Some 25 years later, Absalom finally sued his brother to recover this debt and was rewarded a settlement.
SOURCE: John C. Barron ... Montgomery County Georgia, Superior Court Papers
Indian Depredation claim for Arthur Lott
"State of Georgia, Tattnall County Personslly appeared [sic] before me Batt Wyche one of the Justices of the Inferior Court of said County Arthur Lott who being Sworn Saith that a body or or [sic] part of the Creek Nation of Indians did Steal and carry away from him and Damages him his Deponent as followeth at Sundry times from the date of 1787 up to the date of 1793
Viz one white horses [sic]
one Negro wench killed and scalped
Two houses and Sundry Housal [sic] goods Burnt
Sundry Plantation Tools Carried of [sic]
Cattle and Hogs Drove off and Destroyed [sic]
Sundry Crops of corn taken and destroyed [sic]
and Damages to the Value of Nine Hundred Dollars at a Low rate all done in the
Sworn to before me this 29th January 1803 Batt Wyche J. P. Arthur Lott"
SOURCE: <LottCircle@yahoogroups.com> from <firstname.lastname@example.org> 18 Dec. 2001
Subject: Early Lotts in GA
More About Arthur Lott, Sr.:|
Occupation: 1812, A member of the Georgia Assembly
Residence: 1802, Tattnall County, GA
Notes for Sarah Ann Clapp:|
 Testimony to Department of the Interior: Office of Indian Affairs #55819-1902,
Washington, DC., 02 December 1902:
Many descendants named who claimed Choctaw ancestry Sarah Ann Clapp.
Claim rejected due to non compliance wit regulations of Choctaw treaty of 1830.
 Affidavits of Henry Johnson, Marion County, MS., ... 22 January 1901
said, Sarah Ann Lott was daughter of Mr. Lott and a full blood Choctaw Indian woman [Choctaw was a Mississippi tribe]. She was married to Arthur Lott and they had 4 sons and 1 daughter. One of son's was Solomon Lott and the daughter was Pennie Lott. Affiant was 78 years old and a neighbor of the Lott's for 78 years.
Marion County,, MS., 1820 Census:
1 male ... age 45
1 female ... age 10
1 female ... age 45 [b. 1775]
More About Sarah Ann Clapp:|
Census: 1820, Marion Co., MS.
|iv.||William Lott, born Abt. 1755 in Edgecombe Co., NC; died 1823 in Mississippi.|
Notes for William Lott:|
He was on the official list of members of the Georgia Legislature as Rep. from Telfair Co., Ga..
[Genealogical Magazine, January 1867, pg. 1574]
Orangeburg Dist., SC ... 1790 Census [South Part]
1 male age 16
More About William Lott:|
Census: 1790, Orangeburg Dist., SC
Military service: Revolutionary War Soldier
Residence: 1805, Tattnall County, GA
|v.||Mary Lott, born Abt. 1756.|
|vi.||Absalom Lott, Sr., born Abt. 1758 in Edgecombe Co., NC; died Abt. 1825 in Mississippi; married (1) Rebecca Dechucux; born Abt. 1760; married (2) Martha Jane Dorcey Lightfoot 1779 in Mississippi; born Abt. 1763 in Virginia.|
Notes for Absalom Lott, Sr.:|
He was apparently one of the three children in his father's household in West Florida in 1778. He must have come of age shortly after this time, as he signed an oath to Spain there in 1780. [On a list of settlers who signed an oath of allegiance to Spain in the recently acquired area of Mobile on the Tombigbee River (J.C. Barron ... Lott researcher).
He was an early settler of Montgomery County, Ga.. In 1787, he was granted three tracts of 100 acres, 100 acres and 300 acres in Washington County, Ga., which was later formed into Montgomery County. He was also a petitioner that year along with Mark Lott, Nathan Lott, John Lott, Jesse Wiggins and William Lott in requesting that a fort be constructed on the north side of the Ogeeche River Fort Wood] to protect them from the Native Americans.\
In 1797, Absalom served on the Petit Jury in Montgomery County Superior Court and is listed in the 1797-1798 Early Tax List of Montgomery County. In 1802, he and Martha joined in making a deed of gift of a Negro woman to his daughter, Elizabeth Lott Watts, as recorded in the Telfair County Deed Book. It is believed he moved with the Lott and Watts family to Mississippi during their migration which occurred between 1812-1815.
Early Anglo-Americans in the Deep South: Mobile, Alabama in 1780 [author] Winston De Ville:
Absalom Lott on list of settlers in Spanish Mobile on Tombigbee River who signed an oath of allegiance.
Marion County, MS. Terr. .... 1816 Census ... Absalom
2 males over 21
1 female over 21
1 female under 21
Covington Co., MS 1820 Census
Absalom ... age over 45
Said he lost 10 cattle to Indian depredation.
American State Papers -- Vol. 3, pg. 37 ... on list of settlers east of Pearl River with no claim on Pasagoula River.
On June 10, 1778, his brother, Arthur Lott, sign a note agreeing to pay him 2,400 "Spanish mill dollars for value received". It was some 25 years later Absalom finally sued his brother, and was rewarded a settlement.
More About Absalom Lott, Sr.:|
Census: 1816, Marion Co., MS.
|vii.||Nathan Lott, Sr., born Abt. 1760 in North Carolina; died Bef. 1820 in Mississippi; married Martha; born Abt. 1765.|
Notes for Nathan Lott, Sr.:|
1787...signed a petition for fortifing Fort Wood in Burke Co., Ga..
1790...listed in the Plat Book of Effingham County, Georgia, December 06, 1790.
1792...listed in the Augusta Chronicle as a Justice of the Peace for Washington Co., Ga..
1799...listed in a survey of land in Bullock Co., Ga., May 16, 1799.
1801...Arthur and Nathan listed in a land transaction, in Montgomery Co., Ga., September 05, 1801.
1801-1805...sometime during those years,. a Nathan Lott registered for the 1st Georgia Land Lottery in Tattnall County, the signature is Nathan Lott, Jr..
1802, 1803, 1804...listed on the tax rolls of Tattnall County, Ga..
1804...served on the Grand Jury of Bullock Co., Ga., December 01, 1804.
1809, December 05...listed on Tattnall Co., Ga., Petit Jurors...also listed are Nathan Lott, Jr., Absalom Lott, Thomas Aultman, Daniel Wiggins, William Hatten, and others...also on that same date, listed on the Grand Jury for Tattnall County, were William Lott, Jesse Wiggins, Thomas Watts and others.
1812, July 22...The list for land sold for back taxes for Montgomery and Tattnall Counties, Georgia, included Nathan Lott, Luke Lott, and Mark Lott.
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