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Descendants of Robert Stanfield of 1700 Prince George, VA


Generation No. 4


      33. Richard4 Stanfield (John3, William2, Robert1) was born 1780 in Randolph Co., NC, and died Aft. 1857 in Newton Co., GA. He married Martha Grimes Abt. 1800. She was born Bet. 1775 - 1780, and died Unknown.

Notes for Richard Stanfield:
1803 - Abbeville, SC
1819 - DeKalb Co., GA
1820 - Walton Co., GA (Formerly Jackson Co.)
1825 - Newton Co., GA
1830 - Newton Co., GA
1857 - Newton Co., GA

1803 Abstracts of Old Niety-Six and Abbeville District Wills and Bonds, Abbeville, SC
Richard Stanfield is mentioned of Probate Elijah Baker, Box 5, Pack 84, Est. admr Jan 10, 1803.

1819 "Wayfarers in Walton" by Anita B. Soma 1967 - printed by Foate & Davis, Doraville, GA.
Pg. 346 - 1819 Non-Slave owner Taxpayer - Richard Stanfield in Wagnon's Militia Dist. (Slave owners in this district were Duke, Chas.; Haralson, Vincent; Herd, Stephen; Ivy, Jeremiah; Keaten, John; Lord, Emry; Lowrans, Samuel; Lyle, Mathew; McUlley, Jas.; Melton, Moses; Parker, James; Peevy, Peter; Still, John; Tinnon, John; Wagnon, William (A or O); Wooten, Jessee

1819 "Wayfarers in Walton" by Anita B. Soma 1967 - printed by Foate & Davis, Doraville, GA.
Pg. 42 - Thurs. 8/12/1819 - 1st Grand Jury - Richard Stanfield on Panel

1820 Land Lottery in Walton Co: Geo. Meyers won Dist 4, Lot 267. Was from Green Co, GA. Granted 26 June 1822.

1820 Census, Georgia, Walton Township, Reel 331-05, Pge 252
Richard Stanfield Residence #456 (2 working agriculture)
Males 0-10 2 (Believe this to be William and William L., sons of John S. Stanfield)
Males 16-18 1(Believe this is Robert J. married and living with father.)
Males 19-26 1(Believe this is John S. Stanfield)
Males 26-45 1 (Believe this is Richard, husband)
Females 0-10 3 (Believe this to be Emeline and Angeline, dau of John S. Stanfield, and Martha W., daughter of Richard)
Females 10-16 2 (Believe this to be unknown daughter and Permelia.)
Females 19-26 2 (Believe one is Bethena Meyer, wife of Robert J. Stanfield, other Ellen, wife of John S. Stanfield)
Females 26-45 1 (Believe this is Martha, wife)
(There must be another family [possible brother John S. Stanfield and wife] living here or these are Richards Children)

1825 Feb 7 Deed Book A. Pg 494 Newton Co., GA
Indenture of land in the 16th District of Newton Co., former called Henry Co., made by JP Richard Standfield from James White lot 392 containing 202 1/2 acres.

James M. Stanfield, son of Capt. John Stanfield was married to Catherine Eddleman on 3-3-1825 in Newton County by Richard Stanfield, JP. Record # 100092.

1825 March 15 Deed Book A. pg 509 Newton Co., GA Indenture of land sold by Richard Standfield to ? H. Trammell? part of lot 392

1829 From Newton Co, Georgia Minutes of The Inferior Court for Ordinary Purposes, by John I. Bruno, LOC # F292 .N4 B76, page 39 of his book:
P79 [of minutes], Mon 4 May 1829:
"On motion it is hereby ordered that MOSES ELDEMAN and ELIZABETH ELDEMAN be appointed as Administrators on the Estate of DAVID ELDEMAN, late of said County, deceased, and that a bond to be taken for Four Thousand Dollars with WILLIAM MOORE, RICHARD STANFIELD, CHARLES M. BERRY, BARNABAS PACE and RICHARD KINNON, JR. securities."
Abstracts of Newton County estate records of David Eddleman (58 documents)
According to a receipt for $9 from William D McCracken for making a coffin and materials for the burial of David
Eddleman, it appears he died in March 1829 without a will. Elizabeth and Moses Eddelman were issued letters of
administration May 4, 1829, and posted a bond of $4,000 secured by Richard Stanfield, William Moore, Charles M
Berry, Barnabas Pace and Richard Kennon Jr. In July 1829 John Eddleman was appointed administrator, and posted a
$4,000 bond secured by Jordan Thomaston, John Webb, John Witcher and Thomas Baker. An inventory was made Jul
7, 1829, and they held the estate sale the next day. Land and one negro woman were sold Jan 5, 1831 - Charles
Sanders bought 52 acres Lot #102 9th district formerly in Henry, now in Newton County for $380 ... Archibald E
Lard bought 41 acres for $201 ... Jacob Harman bought 49 acres for $300 ... David Eddleman Jr. bought the old
negro woman for $104.

1829 "Wayfarers in Walton" by Anita B. Soma 1967 - printed by Foate & Davis, Doraville, GA.
Pg. 48 - Residents of Walton Co, former Jackson Co. area were allowed to draw in the 1820 lottery. Richard Stanfield and William O. Wagnon won land in one of the 7 new counties.

1830 Census, Georgia, Newton County, Reel 331-1, Page 5

Richard Stanfield
Males 10-30 2 (Could be John S. and one of his sons)
Males 50-60 1 (Richard)
Females 17-20 2 (Could be Emeline and Angeline, dau of John S. Stanfield)
Females 20-30 1 (Could be Ellen, wife of John S.)
Females 50-60 1 (Martha)

1832 Newton Co., GA - Richard in Land/Gold Lottery?
Campbell Co., GA (Carroll and Campbell Co. lines joined each other.) Stanfield's Militia Dist; received Lot & Dist 441/2 Section 4.

Received draw in 1832 Land Lottery. Must of sold land. Researching.

Richard and Martha may have died in Coweta Co., (earlier named Campbell Co.) Researching. Phone # 770-254-2600 or Carrol Co., 834-0064

Note that Sarah was in Murray Co., GA 1848. Note that Gilmer Co., GA is mentioned in the pension. Note Sarah appeared to be living with Richard before his death ca 1848, when George R. came and got her, took her to DeKalb co., AL.

David Eddleman Jr. md. Martha E.P. Carroll 8/07/1857 Newton Co., by Richard Stanfield JP






     
Children of Richard Stanfield and Martha Grimes are:
+ 68 i.   Robert J.5 Stanfield, born 1803 in South Carolina; died Bef. 1860 in Whitfield Co., GA.
+ 69 ii.   Permelia Stanfield, born Abt. 1805 in SC; died Unknown.
  70 iii.   Martha W. Stanfield, born Abt. 1812; died Unknown. She married Edmond Rice December 18, 1832 in Campbell Co., GA; born Abt. 1812; died Unknown.
  Notes for Edmond Rice:
Researcher: Stephen M. Rice smrice99@home.com


      36. Jane4 Stanfield (John3, William2, Robert1) was born 1786 in Randolph Co., NC, and died Aft. 1848. She married Unknown Ewing. He was born Abt. 1786, and died Unknown.

Notes for Jane Stanfield:
This information from Frank Taylor Stanfield,850 Sir Michal Dr., Montgomery, Al 36109, June 8, 1987:
" Jane was living in Tallapoosa County, Alabama in 5 July 1848...and probably died there."

What follows is Jane (Stanfield) Ewing's deposition from JS's RW file, her 1850 census record and John Stanfield abstracts from Laurens County.
Lots of John's Laurens neighbors mentioned, many of whom are becoming quite familiar.

Notes on Jane (Stanfield) Ewing:
From the RW pension file of Captain John Stanfield:
The State of Alabama Personally appeared before me\
Tallapoosa County Leroy Gresham judge of the county\
court of said county Jain Ewing who resides in the county & state aforesaid
werof being first duly sworn deposeth and saith that she is the daughter of
John Stanfield & Sarah Stanfield his wife~ that she was born in Randolph
County in the State of North Carolina & resided there with her Parents about
nine years when deposient & her father & mother removed to Abbeville District
in the State of South Carolina deposient there was raised ~ That deposients
father & Mother had four children before deposient , namely~ Elizabeth, Richard,
Sarah, & one other one who died in infancy before it was named~ Richard
Stanfield married Martha Grimes & died sometime after his marriage left his widow
who now resides some where in the State of Georgia to the best of deposients
recollection~ that Sarah Stanfield yet resides some where in the State of Georgia
and that deposients mother after her (deposients) birth had Eight children by
deposients Father, to wit, William, Polly, John, Peter, James, Robert, George &
Francis Stanfield of these children all grew to the age of maturity except Robert
who died at the age of about nine years all of the rest are living except Peter to
the best of my knowledge & belief Deposient saith that She is now about sixty two
years of age and that from deposients infancy & as far over as her memory extends
she states she was living with her said father & mother John & Sarah Stanfield and
always regarded them as husband & wife & never heard any thing to the contary
that Deposients Father & Mother she further states that ___ from the time she could
recollect till the death of deposients Father he having departed this life on or about the
8th day of September AD 1805 & that all the children referred to & Deposient have
often heard of her Father & Mother speak of & relate their ages deposient father states
that she has often heard her said Father speak of being in the service of the United
States as a soldier in the Revolutionary war & that he frequently spoke of the ___
& hardships himself & fellow soldiers had to under go & that deposient knows that
in the neighbour hood where deposients Father & Mother resided till the death of
her said Father it was never questioned or doubted but that he said John Stanfield
was a Revolutionary soldier~ that he was always referred to as such & so recognised
& spoken of by the neighbourhood where he resided but deposient does not recollect
hearing him say whether or not he was in any battle during the Revolutionary war
deposient further states that she always understood and believes that her said Father
was a soldier of and in the Revolutionary war with Great Britain declared July 4th 1776
and lasting about seven years or there about~
The forgoing affidavit Jaine (her mark) Ewing\
taken reduced to writing \
Subscribed and duly sworn \
before me by affidavit this 5th of July \
1848~ in the county of Tallapoosa \
& State of Alabama \
Leroy Gresham Judge of \
the county court of the aforesaid \
County in Alabama \
The State of Alabama \
Tallapoosa County I John A Jordan Clerk of the County Court in said Tallapoosa\
County in the State of Alabama do hereby certify that Leroy Gresham whose genuine
signature appears to the above affidavit is and was at the day of the date thereof Judge
of the County Court of Tallapoosa County aforesaid duly Conferred and Qualified
according to Law and that full faith and credit is and right to be given all his official
acts and attestatory as such In Testemony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and
seal this Sixth day of July AD One thousand eight hundred and forty eight
John A Jordan Clerk

Tallapoosa, Al, Township 24, Page 122, 8 July 1850
1798/1798 Thomas G. Ewing 30 M Farmer SC Married wihin the year
Mary T. 18 F SC
1799/1799 Jane Ewing 64 F SC Can't R/W

John Stanfield in Laurens, SC:

DB F, page 291. 12/17/1792- Chas PARKS to Peter ROBERTS for 65 pounds, 100 a. on Mudlick Cr. part of gr. to Jno. DUNNAHO Senr. conv. to Cornelius DONOHOE then to sd C. P. Wit: Jno. STANDFIELD, Richd & George SHACKLEFORD. Chas. SMITH, J.P.
Peter Roberts was brother-in-law of John Stanfield-RDH\\

DB A-1,page 65 Appr of est of Thos F BOYCE decd 8/3/1792. incl notes & accts on Richd SHACKLEFORD, Geo MADDEN, John GARRETT, Gee ANDERSON, Steven WOOD, Benj STONE, Richd HANCOCK, Geo WATTS, Elijah BURGESS, John ADDAMS, Wm CRAGE, Wm CHANDLER, appr not named.
DB A-1,page66 Sale of same, 8/23/1792. Purch:Zachariah CARWILE, Richd HANCOCK, Abner BABB, Nath DRUMMOND, Andw RODGERS, Drury BOYCE, Clayborn SIMS, John HUTCHISON, John STANDFIELD, Danl BLANE, Natty GEAR, Danl METHENEY, John DEACUS(DACUS), John RICHEY, Joseph RODGERS, Saml EAKINS, John RODGERS, Herasha WALKER, Hugh CRUMWILL, Wilson BRYANT, Zach BAILEY, A RODGERS, David McCAA, Andw ANDERSON, Wm ANDERSON, David ANDERSON, John McMAHAN, Lewis BANTEN, Wm COLEMAN, Wm WHITEHEAD, Peter SMITH, Moses MADDEN, John GRIFFIN, Patr CUNNINGHAM, John ARNOLD, John DENDY, Wm CRAGE, Wm LOWE, John MILAM, David CAULDWELL, John FIELDS, Ansel McGEE, Wm CULBERSON, Chas HARVEY, Amos STRANGE, Harley SHAW, Isaac BAILEY, Wm McFEARSON, John HUGHES, Peggy DURHAM, Wm BAILEY, John GRIFFIN, Wm DONOHOW, Edmond GREENAGE, Jeremiah GREEN, Wilson OBRIAN (BRYANT?) John STEVENS (Almost 4 pages).

DB E,page 124 12/6/1793 - 2/17/1794 Langston DREW & w. Nancy to John STANFIELD for 150 pounds stg. 150 a. on Beaverdam Cr. b. on Andw RODGERS, Jeremiah GLENN, GOOD's corner, Jas. CLARDY. Wit: Silvanus WALKER, Joshua ROBERTS. Joseph DOWNS, J.P.

DB E,page 230 2/20/1794-5 - 5/13/1794. . Abner BABB (&w. Martha) pl. oldest son & heir of Joseph BABB decd. to Joseph BABB for 10 sh, 293 1/2 a. on Beaverdam Cr. of Little R. b. on FULLER, Jeremiah GLENN, RODGERS, sd A.B., parts of grs. 1)200 a. 1767 to J.B. decd; 2) 150a. to Wm WRIGHT 1771. Wit: Jno. STANFIELD, Jas. CULBERTSON, Jas. BABB, Wm. HUNTER.

DB H,page 129 8/9/1794-2/21/1806. John STANFIELD & w. Sarah to Isaac MITCHELL of Abbeville Co. for 100 pounds; 150 a. on Beaverdam Cr. of Little R. whereon J.S. now lives. b. on Jeremiah GLENN, James CLARDY. Wit: Z. Rice, A. RODGERS Junr., John RANY, Wm MITCHELL, J.Q.D.R. of Sarah STANFIELD.

DB D-1, page 250 Date?- Christopher ROWLAND decd. sale g. & ch. purch: Alexr WINN, Abram HALL, Barth CRADDOCK, Wm WINN, Robt ROWLING, Jos BROWNLEE, Thos HARRIS, Jas. PASLEY, Jno. STANFIELD, Minyard HARRIS, Joel BURGESS, Thos. POWELL, Wm HOWEL, Jas. YOUNG, Wm FOWLER, Thos NICHOLS, Elisha BROOKS, Porter CULBERTSON, Richd CARTER, Danl RODGERS, Youngset DENDY, Jno BROWN (to page 251) Jas. MOOR, Joel NEELLY, Jerh CONANT, Saml LEAK, Tabitha ROWLAND, Danl MITCHEL, Wm DENDY, Moses IRBY, Jos HOLLINGSWORTH, Wm CARR, Jos FARIS, Wm WALKER, Wm. BAILEY, Wiley MYLUM, Saml RODGERS, Nancy LEFOY(?) Ex.Robt ROWLING.
     
Child of Jane Stanfield and Unknown Ewing is:
  71 i.   Thomas G.5 Ewing, born 1820; died Unknown. He married Mary T. 1849; born 1832; died Unknown.


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