Elizabeth Abingdon1

F, b. circa 1756, d. before 1782
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     Her married name was Averett.
     Elizabeth Abingdon , daughter of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1756 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.1
     In Henry Averet's will dated September 5, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina, daughter Elizabeth Abingdon was named as an heir;
Will of Henry Averet (21433)

In the name of god amen I Henry Averet of the County of Bertie and in the province of North Carolina being and aflicted with bodely pains but of perfect sane sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and for me following
(Imprimis) I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Jesse Averet son of my son Henry Averet his heirs and assigns forever my dwelling Plantation and Land adjoin there to
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said grandson Jesse Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro boy Tom
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandaughter Elizabeth Averet Daughter of my son Henry Averet her Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Solomom
Item I give and Bequeathe to my son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Lot of Land lying in Windsor at or near the Landin
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Willis Nan Frank Dick and their future increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson James Abington son of my daughter Sary Abington his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Peter and Lestor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one lot of Land lying in Windsor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my aforesaid grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Harper
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirs and assigns forever one parcel or Lot of Land lying in Johnston County Near Nuse River (*Neuse River*)
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirsand assigns forever the following Negros Hannah Beula Peter and theirfuture increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my seven grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Sary Abington named as follows Mary Abington, Martha Abington, Elizabeth Abington, William Abington, Thomas Abington, Henry Abington, Littlebury Abington, theirs or same of as shall surviveto the age of twenty one years or marry their heirs and assigns forever one Negro woman (Hatie ?) and Ten Pounds current money of Virginia to be Raised and Levied out of my Estate and to be Equally Divided Between them shair and shair alike
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my son Charles Averet and my Daughter Mary Bryan and unto my Daughter Sary Abington children and unto my son Henry Averet children theirs and to all their Heirs and assigns forever the following articles - one Mill (worm and cap ?) One Stock of Cattle at Pamlico one Stock of Cattle at (Catharey ?) and Remainderof my Estate that shall be Remaining after Legacies and all my Justdebts Paid of to be Equally Divided Between them in the followingmanner - My said son Charles Averet to have one fourth part of the said Mill Stock of Cattle and remainder of the estate and my said Daughter Mary Bryan to have one fourth part of the above mentioned articles and my Daughter Sary Abington children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them shair and shair alike and my son Henry Averet children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them all shair andshair alike
Lastly I nominate constitute and apoint my son Charles Averet and Noah Hinton Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby Revoking and disannulling all others heretofore by me made. Made in witness hereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this 3 day of July 1772

Signed Sealed Published his
Pronounced and Delivered: Henry X Averet
By the said Henry Averet mark
To be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us thesubscribers

William House
Elisabeth House Witness
WB A p166.

Elizabeth Abingdon married Henry Averett, son of Charles Averett and Ann House, on October 7, 1777 at Hancock Co, Bertie Co, North Carolina.2
     Elizabeth Abingdon died before 1782.
     Charles Averett , son of Henry Averett and Elizabeth Abingdon, was born in 1784 at North Carolina.1
     Patsy Everett , daughter of Henry Averett and Elizabeth Abingdon, was born circa 1785. Guess.
     James Abington Everett , son of Henry Averett and Elizabeth Abingdon, was born on May 1, 1788 at North Carolina.1,3

Family

Henry Averett b. c 1754
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] One World Tree; Ancestry.com; The Generations Network, Inc, Provo UT, ;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S858] Marriages of Bertie County, North Carolina 1762-1868; Raymond Parker Fouts; Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, Baltimore, MD, 1982;.
  3. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .

Hardyman Abington

M, b. 1767, d. 1815
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     Hardyman Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born in 1767 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     The will of Henry Averet dec'd was probated on on September 5, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina, Charles Averet Heirs: Hardyman Abington.;
Will of Henry Averet (21433)

In the name of god amen I Henry Averet of the County of Bertie and in the province of North Carolina being and aflicted with bodely pains but of perfect sane sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and for me following
(Imprimis) I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Jesse Averet son of my son Henry Averet his heirs and assigns forever my dwelling Plantation and Land adjoin there to
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said grandson Jesse Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro boy Tom
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandaughter Elizabeth Averet Daughter of my son Henry Averet her Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Solomom
Item I give and Bequeathe to my son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Lot of Land lying in Windsor at or near the Landin
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Willis Nan Frank Dick and their future increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson James Abington son of my daughter Sary Abington his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Peter and Lestor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one lot of Land lying in Windsor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my aforesaid grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Harper
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirs and assigns forever one parcel or Lot of Land lying in Johnston County Near Nuse River (*Neuse River*)
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirsand assigns forever the following Negros Hannah Beula Peter and theirfuture increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my seven grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Sary Abington named as follows Mary Abington, Martha Abington, Elizabeth Abington, William Abington, Thomas Abington, Henry Abington, Littlebury Abington, theirs or same of as shall surviveto the age of twenty one years or marry their heirs and assigns forever one Negro woman (Hatie ?) and Ten Pounds current money of Virginia to be Raised and Levied out of my Estate and to be Equally Divided Between them shair and shair alike
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my son Charles Averet and my Daughter Mary Bryan and unto my Daughter Sary Abington children and unto my son Henry Averet children theirs and to all their Heirs and assigns forever the following articles - one Mill (worm and cap ?) One Stock of Cattle at Pamlico one Stock of Cattle at (Catharey ?) and Remainderof my Estate that shall be Remaining after Legacies and all my Justdebts Paid of to be Equally Divided Between them in the followingmanner - My said son Charles Averet to have one fourth part of the said Mill Stock of Cattle and remainder of the estate and my said Daughter Mary Bryan to have one fourth part of the above mentioned articles and my Daughter Sary Abington children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them shair and shair alike and my son Henry Averet children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them all shair andshair alike
Lastly I nominate constitute and apoint my son Charles Averet and Noah Hinton Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby Revoking and disannulling all others heretofore by me made. Made in witness hereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this 3 day of July 1772

Signed Sealed Published his
Pronounced and Delivered: Henry X Averet
By the said Henry Averet mark
To be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us thesubscribers

William House
Elisabeth House Witness
WB A p166.
     Hardyman Abington died in 1815 at Northampton Co, North Carolina.
     Hardyman lived in 1815 at Northampton Co, North Carolina. Will filed, Will Book 3, page 142.

Henry Abington

M, b. circa 1763
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     Henry Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1763 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     In Henry Averet's will dated September 5, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina, grandson Henry Abington was named as an heir;
Will of Henry Averet (21433)

In the name of god amen I Henry Averet of the County of Bertie and in the province of North Carolina being and aflicted with bodely pains but of perfect sane sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and for me following
(Imprimis) I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Jesse Averet son of my son Henry Averet his heirs and assigns forever my dwelling Plantation and Land adjoin there to
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said grandson Jesse Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro boy Tom
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandaughter Elizabeth Averet Daughter of my son Henry Averet her Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Solomom
Item I give and Bequeathe to my son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Lot of Land lying in Windsor at or near the Landin
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Willis Nan Frank Dick and their future increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson James Abington son of my daughter Sary Abington his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Peter and Lestor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one lot of Land lying in Windsor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my aforesaid grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Harper
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirs and assigns forever one parcel or Lot of Land lying in Johnston County Near Nuse River (*Neuse River*)
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirsand assigns forever the following Negros Hannah Beula Peter and theirfuture increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my seven grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Sary Abington named as follows Mary Abington, Martha Abington, Elizabeth Abington, William Abington, Thomas Abington, Henry Abington, Littlebury Abington, theirs or same of as shall surviveto the age of twenty one years or marry their heirs and assigns forever one Negro woman (Hatie ?) and Ten Pounds current money of Virginia to be Raised and Levied out of my Estate and to be Equally Divided Between them shair and shair alike
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my son Charles Averet and my Daughter Mary Bryan and unto my Daughter Sary Abington children and unto my son Henry Averet children theirs and to all their Heirs and assigns forever the following articles - one Mill (worm and cap ?) One Stock of Cattle at Pamlico one Stock of Cattle at (Catharey ?) and Remainderof my Estate that shall be Remaining after Legacies and all my Justdebts Paid of to be Equally Divided Between them in the followingmanner - My said son Charles Averet to have one fourth part of the said Mill Stock of Cattle and remainder of the estate and my said Daughter Mary Bryan to have one fourth part of the above mentioned articles and my Daughter Sary Abington children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them shair and shair alike and my son Henry Averet children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them all shair andshair alike
Lastly I nominate constitute and apoint my son Charles Averet and Noah Hinton Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby Revoking and disannulling all others heretofore by me made. Made in witness hereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this 3 day of July 1772

Signed Sealed Published his
Pronounced and Delivered: Henry X Averet
By the said Henry Averet mark
To be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us thesubscribers

William House
Elisabeth House Witness
WB A p166.

James Abington1

M, b. circa 1742, d. Feb, 1772
     James Abington whose parents are unknown was born circa 1742 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     Elizabeth Abingdon , daughter of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1756 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.2
     James Abington was James Abington and William Poythress: sale of 200 ac from Edward Boydand wife Abigail of Society Parish to Samuel Jobe. DB H p 409 Type: WITNESS on December 16, 1756 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     James Abington was James Abington and Elias Hodges: sale of 100 ac from Mical Bryan andwife Olive to Aaron Eliss. DB H p408 Type: WITNESS on April 26, 1757 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.1
     William Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1759 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.

James Abington married Sarah Avera, daughter of Henry Avera and Mary Bettis, on circa 1760 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     Thomas Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1761 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     Henry Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1763 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     Littlebury Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1765 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     Hardyman Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born in 1767 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     Mary Abington , daughter of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born in 1769 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     James Averett Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1771 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     James Abington died in February, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     Martha Abington , daughter of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1775 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.

Family

Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
Children

Citations

  1. [S195] Colonial Bertie County, North Carolina; Deed Books A-H; 1720-1757; Mary Best Bell; Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1963, 1977;Love Houston Memorial Library, Dothan, Houston Co, Alabama; 929.3756 BEL.
  2. [S4] One World Tree; Ancestry.com; The Generations Network, Inc, Provo UT, ;ancestry.com,.

James Averett Abington

M, b. circa 1771
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     James Averett Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1771 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     In Henry Averet's will dated September 5, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina, grandson James Abington was named as an heir;
Will of Henry Averet (21433)

In the name of god amen I Henry Averet of the County of Bertie and in the province of North Carolina being and aflicted with bodely pains but of perfect sane sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and for me following
(Imprimis) I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Jesse Averet son of my son Henry Averet his heirs and assigns forever my dwelling Plantation and Land adjoin there to
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said grandson Jesse Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro boy Tom
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandaughter Elizabeth Averet Daughter of my son Henry Averet her Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Solomom
Item I give and Bequeathe to my son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Lot of Land lying in Windsor at or near the Landin
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Willis Nan Frank Dick and their future increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson James Abington son of my daughter Sary Abington his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Peter and Lestor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one lot of Land lying in Windsor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my aforesaid grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Harper
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirs and assigns forever one parcel or Lot of Land lying in Johnston County Near Nuse River (*Neuse River*)
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirsand assigns forever the following Negros Hannah Beula Peter and theirfuture increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my seven grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Sary Abington named as follows Mary Abington, Martha Abington, Elizabeth Abington, William Abington, Thomas Abington, Henry Abington, Littlebury Abington, theirs or same of as shall surviveto the age of twenty one years or marry their heirs and assigns forever one Negro woman (Hatie ?) and Ten Pounds current money of Virginia to be Raised and Levied out of my Estate and to be Equally Divided Between them shair and shair alike
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my son Charles Averet and my Daughter Mary Bryan and unto my Daughter Sary Abington children and unto my son Henry Averet children theirs and to all their Heirs and assigns forever the following articles - one Mill (worm and cap ?) One Stock of Cattle at Pamlico one Stock of Cattle at (Catharey ?) and Remainderof my Estate that shall be Remaining after Legacies and all my Justdebts Paid of to be Equally Divided Between them in the followingmanner - My said son Charles Averet to have one fourth part of the said Mill Stock of Cattle and remainder of the estate and my said Daughter Mary Bryan to have one fourth part of the above mentioned articles and my Daughter Sary Abington children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them shair and shair alike and my son Henry Averet children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them all shair andshair alike
Lastly I nominate constitute and apoint my son Charles Averet and Noah Hinton Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby Revoking and disannulling all others heretofore by me made. Made in witness hereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this 3 day of July 1772

Signed Sealed Published his
Pronounced and Delivered: Henry X Averet
By the said Henry Averet mark
To be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us thesubscribers

William House
Elisabeth House Witness
WB A p166.

John Abington1

M, b. before 1738
     John Abington whose parents are unknown was born before 1738.1
     John Abington was John Abington William Poythriss Micajah Hinton: sale from Thomas Pageto Aron Elis of 200 ac out of 526 ac granteted to Thomas Page. DB Hp80. Type: WITNESS on September 8, 1753 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.1

Citations

  1. [S195] Colonial Bertie County, North Carolina; Deed Books A-H; 1720-1757; Mary Best Bell; Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1963, 1977;Love Houston Memorial Library, Dothan, Houston Co, Alabama; 929.3756 BEL.

Littlebury Abington

M, b. circa 1765
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     Littlebury Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1765 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     In Henry Averet's will dated September 5, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina, grandson Littlebury Abington was named as an heir;
Will of Henry Averet (21433)

In the name of god amen I Henry Averet of the County of Bertie and in the province of North Carolina being and aflicted with bodely pains but of perfect sane sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and for me following
(Imprimis) I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Jesse Averet son of my son Henry Averet his heirs and assigns forever my dwelling Plantation and Land adjoin there to
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said grandson Jesse Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro boy Tom
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandaughter Elizabeth Averet Daughter of my son Henry Averet her Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Solomom
Item I give and Bequeathe to my son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Lot of Land lying in Windsor at or near the Landin
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Willis Nan Frank Dick and their future increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson James Abington son of my daughter Sary Abington his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Peter and Lestor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one lot of Land lying in Windsor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my aforesaid grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Harper
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirs and assigns forever one parcel or Lot of Land lying in Johnston County Near Nuse River (*Neuse River*)
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirsand assigns forever the following Negros Hannah Beula Peter and theirfuture increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my seven grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Sary Abington named as follows Mary Abington, Martha Abington, Elizabeth Abington, William Abington, Thomas Abington, Henry Abington, Littlebury Abington, theirs or same of as shall surviveto the age of twenty one years or marry their heirs and assigns forever one Negro woman (Hatie ?) and Ten Pounds current money of Virginia to be Raised and Levied out of my Estate and to be Equally Divided Between them shair and shair alike
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my son Charles Averet and my Daughter Mary Bryan and unto my Daughter Sary Abington children and unto my son Henry Averet children theirs and to all their Heirs and assigns forever the following articles - one Mill (worm and cap ?) One Stock of Cattle at Pamlico one Stock of Cattle at (Catharey ?) and Remainderof my Estate that shall be Remaining after Legacies and all my Justdebts Paid of to be Equally Divided Between them in the followingmanner - My said son Charles Averet to have one fourth part of the said Mill Stock of Cattle and remainder of the estate and my said Daughter Mary Bryan to have one fourth part of the above mentioned articles and my Daughter Sary Abington children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them shair and shair alike and my son Henry Averet children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them all shair andshair alike
Lastly I nominate constitute and apoint my son Charles Averet and Noah Hinton Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby Revoking and disannulling all others heretofore by me made. Made in witness hereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this 3 day of July 1772

Signed Sealed Published his
Pronounced and Delivered: Henry X Averet
By the said Henry Averet mark
To be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us thesubscribers

William House
Elisabeth House Witness
WB A p166.

Lydia Abington

F, d. between Jan 27, 1772 and Jul 3, 1772
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     Lydia Abington died between January 27, 1772 and July 3, 1772.

Martha Abington

F, b. circa 1775
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     In Henry Averet's will dated September 5, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina, daughter Martha Abington was named as an heir;
Will of Henry Averet (21433)

In the name of god amen I Henry Averet of the County of Bertie and in the province of North Carolina being and aflicted with bodely pains but of perfect sane sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and for me following
(Imprimis) I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Jesse Averet son of my son Henry Averet his heirs and assigns forever my dwelling Plantation and Land adjoin there to
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said grandson Jesse Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro boy Tom
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandaughter Elizabeth Averet Daughter of my son Henry Averet her Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Solomom
Item I give and Bequeathe to my son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Lot of Land lying in Windsor at or near the Landin
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Willis Nan Frank Dick and their future increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson James Abington son of my daughter Sary Abington his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Peter and Lestor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one lot of Land lying in Windsor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my aforesaid grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Harper
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirs and assigns forever one parcel or Lot of Land lying in Johnston County Near Nuse River (*Neuse River*)
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirsand assigns forever the following Negros Hannah Beula Peter and theirfuture increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my seven grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Sary Abington named as follows Mary Abington, Martha Abington, Elizabeth Abington, William Abington, Thomas Abington, Henry Abington, Littlebury Abington, theirs or same of as shall surviveto the age of twenty one years or marry their heirs and assigns forever one Negro woman (Hatie ?) and Ten Pounds current money of Virginia to be Raised and Levied out of my Estate and to be Equally Divided Between them shair and shair alike
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my son Charles Averet and my Daughter Mary Bryan and unto my Daughter Sary Abington children and unto my son Henry Averet children theirs and to all their Heirs and assigns forever the following articles - one Mill (worm and cap ?) One Stock of Cattle at Pamlico one Stock of Cattle at (Catharey ?) and Remainderof my Estate that shall be Remaining after Legacies and all my Justdebts Paid of to be Equally Divided Between them in the followingmanner - My said son Charles Averet to have one fourth part of the said Mill Stock of Cattle and remainder of the estate and my said Daughter Mary Bryan to have one fourth part of the above mentioned articles and my Daughter Sary Abington children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them shair and shair alike and my son Henry Averet children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them all shair andshair alike
Lastly I nominate constitute and apoint my son Charles Averet and Noah Hinton Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby Revoking and disannulling all others heretofore by me made. Made in witness hereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this 3 day of July 1772

Signed Sealed Published his
Pronounced and Delivered: Henry X Averet
By the said Henry Averet mark
To be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us thesubscribers

William House
Elisabeth House Witness
WB A p166.
     Martha Abington , daughter of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1775 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.

Mary Abington

F, b. 1769
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     Mary Abington , daughter of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born in 1769 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     The will of Henry Averet dec'd was probated on on September 5, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina, Charles Averet Heirs: Mary Abington.;
Will of Henry Averet (21433)

In the name of god amen I Henry Averet of the County of Bertie and in the province of North Carolina being and aflicted with bodely pains but of perfect sane sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and for me following
(Imprimis) I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Jesse Averet son of my son Henry Averet his heirs and assigns forever my dwelling Plantation and Land adjoin there to
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said grandson Jesse Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro boy Tom
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandaughter Elizabeth Averet Daughter of my son Henry Averet her Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Solomom
Item I give and Bequeathe to my son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Lot of Land lying in Windsor at or near the Landin
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Willis Nan Frank Dick and their future increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson James Abington son of my daughter Sary Abington his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Peter and Lestor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one lot of Land lying in Windsor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my aforesaid grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Harper
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirs and assigns forever one parcel or Lot of Land lying in Johnston County Near Nuse River (*Neuse River*)
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirsand assigns forever the following Negros Hannah Beula Peter and theirfuture increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my seven grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Sary Abington named as follows Mary Abington, Martha Abington, Elizabeth Abington, William Abington, Thomas Abington, Henry Abington, Littlebury Abington, theirs or same of as shall surviveto the age of twenty one years or marry their heirs and assigns forever one Negro woman (Hatie ?) and Ten Pounds current money of Virginia to be Raised and Levied out of my Estate and to be Equally Divided Between them shair and shair alike
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my son Charles Averet and my Daughter Mary Bryan and unto my Daughter Sary Abington children and unto my son Henry Averet children theirs and to all their Heirs and assigns forever the following articles - one Mill (worm and cap ?) One Stock of Cattle at Pamlico one Stock of Cattle at (Catharey ?) and Remainderof my Estate that shall be Remaining after Legacies and all my Justdebts Paid of to be Equally Divided Between them in the followingmanner - My said son Charles Averet to have one fourth part of the said Mill Stock of Cattle and remainder of the estate and my said Daughter Mary Bryan to have one fourth part of the above mentioned articles and my Daughter Sary Abington children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them shair and shair alike and my son Henry Averet children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them all shair andshair alike
Lastly I nominate constitute and apoint my son Charles Averet and Noah Hinton Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby Revoking and disannulling all others heretofore by me made. Made in witness hereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this 3 day of July 1772

Signed Sealed Published his
Pronounced and Delivered: Henry X Averet
By the said Henry Averet mark
To be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us thesubscribers

William House
Elisabeth House Witness
WB A p166.

Sarah Abington

F, d. between Jan 27, 1772 and Jul 3, 1772
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     Sarah Abington died between January 27, 1772 and July 3, 1772.

Thomas Abington

M, b. circa 1761
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     Thomas Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1761 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     In Henry Averet's will dated September 5, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina, grandson Thomas Abington was named as an heir;
Will of Henry Averet (21433)

In the name of god amen I Henry Averet of the County of Bertie and in the province of North Carolina being and aflicted with bodely pains but of perfect sane sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and for me following
(Imprimis) I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Jesse Averet son of my son Henry Averet his heirs and assigns forever my dwelling Plantation and Land adjoin there to
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said grandson Jesse Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro boy Tom
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandaughter Elizabeth Averet Daughter of my son Henry Averet her Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Solomom
Item I give and Bequeathe to my son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Lot of Land lying in Windsor at or near the Landin
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Willis Nan Frank Dick and their future increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson James Abington son of my daughter Sary Abington his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Peter and Lestor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one lot of Land lying in Windsor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my aforesaid grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Harper
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirs and assigns forever one parcel or Lot of Land lying in Johnston County Near Nuse River (*Neuse River*)
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirsand assigns forever the following Negros Hannah Beula Peter and theirfuture increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my seven grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Sary Abington named as follows Mary Abington, Martha Abington, Elizabeth Abington, William Abington, Thomas Abington, Henry Abington, Littlebury Abington, theirs or same of as shall surviveto the age of twenty one years or marry their heirs and assigns forever one Negro woman (Hatie ?) and Ten Pounds current money of Virginia to be Raised and Levied out of my Estate and to be Equally Divided Between them shair and shair alike
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my son Charles Averet and my Daughter Mary Bryan and unto my Daughter Sary Abington children and unto my son Henry Averet children theirs and to all their Heirs and assigns forever the following articles - one Mill (worm and cap ?) One Stock of Cattle at Pamlico one Stock of Cattle at (Catharey ?) and Remainderof my Estate that shall be Remaining after Legacies and all my Justdebts Paid of to be Equally Divided Between them in the followingmanner - My said son Charles Averet to have one fourth part of the said Mill Stock of Cattle and remainder of the estate and my said Daughter Mary Bryan to have one fourth part of the above mentioned articles and my Daughter Sary Abington children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them shair and shair alike and my son Henry Averet children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them all shair andshair alike
Lastly I nominate constitute and apoint my son Charles Averet and Noah Hinton Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby Revoking and disannulling all others heretofore by me made. Made in witness hereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this 3 day of July 1772

Signed Sealed Published his
Pronounced and Delivered: Henry X Averet
By the said Henry Averet mark
To be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us thesubscribers

William House
Elisabeth House Witness
WB A p166.

William Abington

M, b. circa 1759
Father*James Abington b. c 1742, d. Feb 1772
Mother*Sarah Avera b. c 1742, d. b 3 Jul 1772
     William Abington , son of James Abington and Sarah Avera, was born circa 1759 at Bertie Co, North Carolina.
     In Henry Averet's will dated September 5, 1772 at Bertie Co, North Carolina, grandsonson William Abington was named as an heir;
Will of Henry Averet (21433)

In the name of god amen I Henry Averet of the County of Bertie and in the province of North Carolina being and aflicted with bodely pains but of perfect sane sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in manner and for me following
(Imprimis) I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Jesse Averet son of my son Henry Averet his heirs and assigns forever my dwelling Plantation and Land adjoin there to
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said grandson Jesse Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro boy Tom
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandaughter Elizabeth Averet Daughter of my son Henry Averet her Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Solomom
Item I give and Bequeathe to my son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever one Lot of Land lying in Windsor at or near the Landin
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said son Charles Averet his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Willis Nan Frank Dick and their future increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson James Abington son of my daughter Sary Abington his Heirs and assigns forever the following Negros Peter and Lestor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one lot of Land lying in Windsor
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my aforesaid grandson Hardyman Abington his Heirs and assigns forever one Negro Boy Harper
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirs and assigns forever one parcel or Lot of Land lying in Johnston County Near Nuse River (*Neuse River*)
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my said Daughter Mary Bryan her Heirsand assigns forever the following Negros Hannah Beula Peter and theirfuture increase
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my seven grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Sary Abington named as follows Mary Abington, Martha Abington, Elizabeth Abington, William Abington, Thomas Abington, Henry Abington, Littlebury Abington, theirs or same of as shall surviveto the age of twenty one years or marry their heirs and assigns forever one Negro woman (Hatie ?) and Ten Pounds current money of Virginia to be Raised and Levied out of my Estate and to be Equally Divided Between them shair and shair alike
Item I give and Bequeathe unto my son Charles Averet and my Daughter Mary Bryan and unto my Daughter Sary Abington children and unto my son Henry Averet children theirs and to all their Heirs and assigns forever the following articles - one Mill (worm and cap ?) One Stock of Cattle at Pamlico one Stock of Cattle at (Catharey ?) and Remainderof my Estate that shall be Remaining after Legacies and all my Justdebts Paid of to be Equally Divided Between them in the followingmanner - My said son Charles Averet to have one fourth part of the said Mill Stock of Cattle and remainder of the estate and my said Daughter Mary Bryan to have one fourth part of the above mentioned articles and my Daughter Sary Abington children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them shair and shair alike and my son Henry Averet children to have one fourth part amongst them all and to be Equally Divided amongst them all shair andshair alike
Lastly I nominate constitute and apoint my son Charles Averet and Noah Hinton Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby Revoking and disannulling all others heretofore by me made. Made in witness hereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this 3 day of July 1772

Signed Sealed Published his
Pronounced and Delivered: Henry X Averet
By the said Henry Averet mark
To be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us thesubscribers

William House
Elisabeth House Witness
WB A p166.

Amanda Elizabeth Ables1

F, b. Sep, 1841
     Amanda Elizabeth Ables whose parents are unknown was born in September, 1841 at Texas.1
     Laura Mae Veale , daughter of Carroll Veale and Amanda Elizabeth Ables, was born on September 9, 1881 at Texas.2,3,1
     Amanda lived in 1900 at Weatherford Ward 2 at Parker, Texas.1

Family

Carroll Veale b. Jun 1837
Child

Citations

  1. [S238] 1900 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.
  2. [S239] 1920 United States Federal Census, online, ancestry.com.
  3. [S245] 1930 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Mark Ables1

M, b. Jul 27, 1889, d. Sep, 1975
ChartsBeauchamp
-Edmund Beauchamp, the Immigrant
     Mark Ables married Myrtle Christine Beauchamp, daughter of Austin Augustus Beauchamp.1
     Mark Ables whose parents are unknown was born on July 27, 1889.1
     Mark Ables died in September, 1975 at 86 years of age.1

Family

Myrtle Christine Beauchamp b. 7 Aug 1901, d. Nov 1976
Child

Citations

  1. [S29] Ancestry Family Trees; Repository: ancestry.com.

soMark Ables

M
Father*Mark Ables b. 27 Jul 1889, d. Sep 1975
Mother*Myrtle Christine Beauchamp b. 7 Aug 1901, d. Nov 1976
Relationship6th cousin 1 time removed of Sam Casey Jr
ChartsBeauchamp
-Edmund Beauchamp, the Immigrant

Unknown Abraham

M, b. before 1762
     Unknown Abraham whose parents are unknown was born before 1762.
     On November 10, 1784, 250 ac on north fork acres on Ogeechee River was surveyed for John Smith at Wilkes Co, Georgia.. SB H 169-2 #325. Bordered by Unknown Abraham.

Mary Abstella Fields1

F, b. Mar 8, 1862, d. Mar 20, 1950
     Mary Abstella Fields whose parents are unknown was born on March 8, 1862 at Wayne Co, North Carolina.1

Mary Abstella Fields married Newman Potts Jr, son of Newman Potts Sr and Susan Marinda Lewis, on January 29, 1879 at Wayne Co, North Carolina.1
     Edward Potts , son of Newman Potts Jr and Mary Abstella Fields, was born on August 22, 1900 at Wayne Co, North Carolina.1
     Mary Abstella Fields died on March 20, 1950 at Wayne Co, North Carolina, at 88 years of age.1

Family

Newman Potts Jr b. 9 Feb 1854, d. 26 Aug 1918
Child

Citations

  1. [S29] Ancestry Family Trees; Repository: ancestry.com.

Amanda A Adams1

F, b. 1853
Father*Needham Adams1 b. 1820, d. b 1895
Mother*Nancy C Simmons1 b. 1825, d. 12 Jan 1843
ChartsJohn Simmons 1765-1844
     Amanda A Adams , daughter of Needham Adams and Nancy C Simmons, was born in 1853 at Pike Co, Alabama.1
     Amanda A Adams was listed in the household of Needham Adams in the 1860 census at Troy, Pike Co, Alabama: Needham Adams 40 SC grocer & farmer, Nancy C 35 AL, Marshall 16 AL, John D 14 AL, Jefferson 11 AL, Amanda A 7 AL, Daniel 4 AL, Joseph 2 AL.1
     Amanda A Adams was listed in the household of Nancy C Simmons in the 1880 census at Pike Co, Alabama: Nancy Adams 52 AL widowed, Jefferson 32 AL, Amanda 24 AL, Joseph 21 AL, Susie 18 AL dau, Daniel 19 AL.2

Citations

  1. [S248] 1860 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.
  2. [S241] 1880 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Billy Gordon Adams1

M, b. 1953, d. 2002
Mother*Shirley Tate1 b. 9 Sep 1936, d. 4 Dec 2015
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Sam Casey Jr
ChartsAll Averett descendants - box
All Averett descendants - box condensed
     Billy Gordon Adams , son of Shirley Tate, was born in 1953.1
     Billy Gordon Adams died in 2002 at Holmes Co, Florida.1

Citations

  1. [S29] Ancestry Family Trees; Repository: ancestry.com.

Daniel Adams1

M, b. 1856
Father*Needham Adams1 b. 1820, d. b 1895
Mother*Nancy C Simmons1 b. 1825, d. 12 Jan 1843
ChartsJohn Simmons 1765-1844
     Daniel Adams , son of Needham Adams and Nancy C Simmons, was born in 1856 at Pike Co, Alabama.1
     Daniel Adams was listed in the household of Needham Adams in the 1860 census at Troy, Pike Co, Alabama: Needham Adams 40 SC grocer & farmer, Nancy C 35 AL, Marshall 16 AL, John D 14 AL, Jefferson 11 AL, Amanda A 7 AL, Daniel 4 AL, Joseph 2 AL.1
     Daniel Adams was listed in the household of Nancy C Simmons in the 1880 census at Pike Co, Alabama: Nancy Adams 52 AL widowed, Jefferson 32 AL, Amanda 24 AL, Joseph 21 AL, Susie 18 AL dau, Daniel 19 AL.2

Citations

  1. [S248] 1860 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.
  2. [S241] 1880 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Edward L Adams1

M, b. 1858
Father*Wade Hampton Adams1 b. 12 Feb 1821, d. 15 Jul 1895
Mother*Martha Simmons1 b. 1838
ChartsJohn Simmons 1765-1844
     Edward L Adams , son of Wade Hampton Adams and Martha Simmons, was born in 1858 at Pike Co, Alabama.1

Citations

  1. [S248] 1860 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Emily King Adams1

F, b. Jun 6, 1831, d. Jul 14, 1916
ChartsAverett - John
All Averett descendants - outline
Drury Averett chart
     Emily King Adams was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Thomaston, Upson Co, Georgia. . Her married name was Averett.
     Emily King Adams whose parents are unknown was born on June 6, 1831 at Georgia.2,1
     John Averett , son of John Averett and Emily King Adams, was born between 1840 and 1855.

Emily King Adams married John Averett, son of Drury Averett and Elizabeth Smith, on April 18, 1847 at Talbot Co, Georgia.
     Mary Averett , daughter of John Averett and Emily King Adams, was born circa 1850.
     Nancy Averett , daughter of John Averett and Emily King Adams, was born circa 1854.
     Joseph L. Averett , son of John Averett and Emily King Adams, was born on January 25, 1861.1
     Emily was the wife of John Averett in the 1870 census for Harts, Talbot Co, Georgia.3
     Emily King Adams was the head of household in the 1910 census for Reeves, Upson Co, Georgia.4
     Emily King Adams died on July 14, 1916 at Thomaston, Upson Co, Georgia, at 85 years of age. Glenwood Cemetery.1

Family

John Averett b. 30 Aug 1822, d. 22 Dec 1898
Children

Citations

  1. [S15] Public Member Trees; Ancestry.com; The Generations Network, Inc, Provo, UT, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S4] One World Tree; Ancestry.com; The Generations Network, Inc, Provo UT, ;ancestry.com,.
  3. [S253] 1870 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.
  4. [S243] 1910 United States Federal Census, online, ancestry.com.

Francis Adams1

F, b. 1831
     Francis Adams whose parents are unknown was born in 1831.1
     John Calvin Parker , son of Amos Parker and Francis Adams, was born in July, 1848 at Ozark Hospital, Dale Co, Alabama.
     Callie Parker , daughter of Amos Parker and Francis Adams, was born circa 1849.
     Joel Parker , son of Amos Parker and Francis Adams, was born in October, 1852 at Ozark Hospital, Dale Co, Alabama.
     Tuggie Elizabeth Parker , daughter of Amos Parker and Francis Adams, was born in 1863 at Alabama.1
     Francis lived in 1880 at Ozark at Dale Co, Alabama.1

Family

Amos Parker b. 22 Mar 1825, d. 31 Jul 1891
Children

Citations

  1. [S241] 1880 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

George Haley Adams

M, b. Feb 13, 1896, d. Aug 17, 1955
ChartsKingry
     George Haley Adams whose parents are unknown was born on February 13, 1896.

George Haley Adams married Otie Gertrude Miller, daughter of William Alexander 'Willie' Miller and Emma Jane Pricilla Gertrude Kingry, on June 27, 1915.
     Vonnie Lee Adams , daughter of George Haley Adams and Otie Gertrude Miller, was born on August 28, 1916.
     Lyncon Adams , son of George Haley Adams and Otie Gertrude Miller, was born on February 11, 1920.
     Willie May Adams , daughter of George Haley Adams and Otie Gertrude Miller, was born on February 22, 1921.
     Myren 'Doc' Adams , son of George Haley Adams and Otie Gertrude Miller, was born on October 29, 1923.
     George Haley Adams died on August 17, 1955 at 59 years of age.

Family

Otie Gertrude Miller b. 17 Dec 1893, d. 4 Nov 1965
Children

Gordon Adams1

M, b. Sep 18, 1921, d. Jun 24, 2000
ChartsCasey
     Gordon Adams whose parents are unknown was born on September 18, 1921 at Florida.1
     Gordon Adams died on June 24, 2000 at Havana, Gadsden Co, Florida, at 78 years of age.1

Family

Irene Watson b. 24 Mar 1927, d. 17 Jun 2007

Citations

  1. [S15] Public Member Trees; Ancestry.com; The Generations Network, Inc, Provo, UT, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Harmon H Adams1,2

M, b. Jun 5, 1812, d. Jun 6, 1885
     Harmon H Adams whose parents are unknown was born on June 5, 1812 at Thomas Co, Georgia.1,2

Harmon H Adams married Martha Everett, daughter of Aaron Everett and Mary Martha Slater, on January 8, 1835 at Thomas Co, Georgia.1
     Harmon lived in 1850 at Division 23 at Barbour Co, Alabama.2
     Harmon H Adams died on June 6, 1885 at Henry Co, Alabama, at 73 years of age.1

Family

Martha Everett b. 1812, d. 9 Dec 1895

Citations

  1. [S4] One World Tree; Ancestry.com; The Generations Network, Inc, Provo UT, ;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S237] 1850 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Harriet Bertha Adams1

F, b. May 5, 1929, d. May 20, 2002
ChartsBush
Prescott
     Harriet Bertha Adams whose parents are unknown was born on May 5, 1929 at Blooming Prairie, Steele Co, Minnesota.1

Harriet Bertha Adams married Merle Anderson, son of James Monroe Anderson and Ila B Harrison, on August 7, 1948 at Northwood, Worth Co, Iowa.1

     Harriet Bertha Adams died on May 20, 2002 at Jacksonville, Duval Co, Florida, at 73 years of age.1

Family

Merle Anderson b. 7 Aug 1927, d. 7 Jan 2010

Citations

  1. [S29] Ancestry Family Trees; Repository: ancestry.com.

hoLizzieAverett Adams

M, b. circa 1822, d. before 1870
ChartsAverett - John
All Averett descendants - outline
     HoLizzieAverett Adams whose parents are unknown was born circa 1822.
     HoLizzieAverett Adams married Martha Elizabeth Averett, daughter of Henry Averett and Martha woHenryAverett, circa 1859.

     Jennie Adams , daughter of hoLizzieAverett Adams and Martha Elizabeth Averett, was born in February, 1860 at Alabama.1

     HoLizzieAverett died before 1870.

Family

Martha Elizabeth Averett b. Mar 1822
Child

Citations

  1. [S238] 1900 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Hubert D. Adams

M, b. Feb 7, 1910, d. Oct 28, 1969
     Hubert D. Adams was buried in Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Dykes Cross Roads, Dale Co, AlabamaG..
     Hubert D. Adams whose parents are unknown was born on February 7, 1910.
     Hubert Durall Adams , son of Hubert D. Adams, was born on June 1, 1935.
     Hubert D. Adams died on October 28, 1969 at 59 years of age.

Family

Child

Hubert Durall Adams

M, b. Jun 1, 1935, d. Mar 28, 1964
Father*Hubert D. Adams b. 7 Feb 1910, d. 28 Oct 1969
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Sam Casey Jr
     Hubert Durall Adams Hubert Durall Adams, 28, died Saturday afternoon at the home of hisparents on Rt 2 after a long illness. A nativeof Barbour Co, he hadlived in Dale Co for 21 years. He was buried in Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Dykes Cross Roads, Dale Co, AlabamaG..
     Hubert Durall Adams , son of Hubert D. Adams, was born on June 1, 1935.
     Hubert Durall Adams died on March 28, 1964 at 28 years of age.

James Adams

M, b. before 1760
     James Adams whose parents are unknown was born before 1760.
     In 1784, 300 ac acres was surveyed for James Adams at Wilkes Co, Georgia. SB A 80.
     On November 6, 1784, 200 ac acres on Shoulder Bone Creek was surveyed for James Adams at Wilkes Co, Georgia, (now Hancock Co). SB A 81-1 #236. South Ogeechee. All sides vacant..
     In 1786, 233 ac acres on Shoulder Bone Creek was surveyed for James Adams at Greene Co, Georgia, (now Hancock Co). SB K 32.
     On March 24, 1787, 98 ac acres on Beaverdam Creek was surveyed for Jean Wood at Greene Co, Georgia. (now Hancock Co). SB T 71-2 #223. Bordered by James Adams.
     In 1791, 150 ac acres was surveyed for James Adams at Greene Co, Georgia. SB T 2.
     In 1791, 200 ac acres on Shoulder Bone Creek was surveyed for James Adams at Greene Co, Georgia, (now Hancock Co). SB T 1.
     James Adams married Mary woJamesAdams on April 6, 1793.

     James Adams was in the 1794 tax list for Hancock Co, GeorgiaG: , p 31.

Family

Mary woJamesAdams b. b 1775

James Clinton Adams

M, b. 1955, d. 1972
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Sam Casey Jr
     James Clinton Adams whose parents are unknown was born in 1955.
     James Clinton Adams died in 1972.

Jefferson Adams1

M, b. 1849
Father*Needham Adams1 b. 1820, d. b 1895
Mother*Nancy C Simmons1 b. 1825, d. 12 Jan 1843
ChartsJohn Simmons 1765-1844
     Jefferson Adams , son of Needham Adams and Nancy C Simmons, was born in 1849 at Pike Co, Alabama.1
     Jefferson Adams was listed in the household of Needham Adams in the 1850 census at Pike Co, Alabama: Needham Adams 30 SC mechanic, Nancy 25 AL, Marshall 7 AL, John 4 AL, Jefferson 1 AL.1
     Jefferson Adams was listed in the household of Needham Adams in the 1860 census at Troy, Pike Co, Alabama: Needham Adams 40 SC grocer & farmer, Nancy C 35 AL, Marshall 16 AL, John D 14 AL, Jefferson 11 AL, Amanda A 7 AL, Daniel 4 AL, Joseph 2 AL.2
     Jefferson Adams was listed in the household of Nancy C Simmons in the 1880 census at Pike Co, Alabama: Nancy Adams 52 AL widowed, Jefferson 32 AL, Amanda 24 AL, Joseph 21 AL, Susie 18 AL dau, Daniel 19 AL.3

Citations

  1. [S237] 1850 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.
  2. [S248] 1860 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.
  3. [S241] 1880 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Jennie Adams1

F, b. Feb, 1860
Father*hoLizzieAverett Adams b. c 1822, d. b 1870
Mother*Martha Elizabeth Averett b. Mar 1822
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
ChartsAverett - John
All Averett descendants - outline
All Averett descendants - box
All Averett descendants - box condensed
     Jennie Adams , daughter of hoLizzieAverett Adams and Martha Elizabeth Averett, was born in February, 1860 at Alabama.1
     Jennie Adams was listed as a niece of Henry Averett in the 1900 census for Jernigan, Russell Co, Alabama: Henry Averett Jul 1832 AL farmer, Manervie May 1825 AL, Melvina Jan 1830, Mary sil Apr 1838, wid, Lizzie Adams Mar 1822 AL wid, Jennie neice Feb 1860 AL.

Citations

  1. [S238] 1900 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Jesse Brantley Adams

M, b. Jun 16, 1902, d. Nov 8, 1952
Father*John Quincy Adams b. 1878, d. 1925
Mother*Vivian Brookin Brantley b. 24 Sep 1880, d. 4 Jun 1969
Relationship3rd cousin 2 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
ChartsCulver
Ellis
     Jesse Brantley Adams was editor-publisher of The Southern Star in Ozark AL. He 1912 began helping at the family newspaper 1925 until1952-editor-publisher of The Southern Star. At his father's death, hewas selected by the AL House of representatives to finish his father'sunexpired term as Assistant Clerk of the House 1928 The Southern Starwon the Victor Hansen award for rendering the best community serviceof any weekly newspaper in AL 1933-1945, served as postmaster ofOzark 1941 it was Jesse Adams who promoted the vision and persuadedCongressman Henry B. Steagall to use his powerful influences inWashington to obtain the military base which is today the giganticFort Rucker 1944 served as president of the Chamber of Commerce 1946elected to the AL House of Representatives and again in 1950 1948took over the job as city clerk of Ozark.
     Jesse Brantley Adams attended in an unknown place . Attended the public schools of Ozark and Alabama Polytechnic Institutefor one year before coming home to take over the duties of runn TheSouthern Star.
     Jesse Brantley Adams , son of John Quincy Adams and Vivian Brookin Brantley, was born on June 16, 1902 at Ozark Hospital, Dale Co, Alabama.
     Jesse Brantley Adams died on November 8, 1952 at 50 years of age.

Family

Child

John Adams

M, b. before 1760
     John Adams whose parents are unknown was born before 1760.
     On July 12, 1784, 200 ac acres on Ogeechee River was surveyed for William Ramsey at Wilkes Co, Georgia.. SB A 252-3 #761. Bordered by John Adams.
     On July 17, 1784, 200 ac on Ogeechee River & Beaverdam Creek was surveyed for John Adams at Wilkes Co, Georgia, (now Hancock Co). SB H 9-2 #17. Map: OG A2. Bordered by George Bagby(SB B 33-2), Frederick Lipham(SB Q 166-2.)1
     On August 30, 1785, 1,700 ac acres on Ogeechee River was surveyed for Robert Middleton at Wilkes Co, Georgia. (now Hancock Co). SB F 432-1. Bordered by John Adams.2
     On September 4, 1787, 40 ac acres on Ogeechee River was surveyed for James Thweat at Greene Co, Georgia. (now Hancock Co). SB N 223-2 #400. Bordered by John Adams, Ignatious Few.1
     On September 5, 1787, 388 ac acres on Ogeechee River was surveyed for George Bagby at Greene Co, Georgia.. SB T 6-1 #16. Bordered by John Adams.
     On November 3, 1792, 100 ac acres on Ogeechee River &Beaverdam Creek was surveyed for Daniel Mitchell at Greene Co, Georgia. (now Hancock Co). SB CC 338-1 #1203. Bordered by John Adams.
     On June 17, 1797, 125 ac acres on Ogeechee River was surveyed for William Worthen at Hancock Co, Georgia.. SB CC 323-2 #1149. Bordered by John Adams.
     On July 17, 1797 at Hancock Co, Georgia, John Adams sold Daniel Mitchell 157 ac on Beaverdam Creek. Adjacent property owners: Richard Ship.. DB B 422... SB H 9-2.
     On July 27, 1797 at Hancock Co, Georgia, John Adams sold Benjamin Buchanan 136 ac on Canebreak Branch and acres on Beaverdam Creek. DB D 162 Adjacent property owners: Jane Wood and John Lee.. .

Citations

  1. [S675] Georgia Colonial and Headright Plat Index; compiler: Mary A. Abbe 2009.
  2. [S650] Georgia Survey General Survey Book;.

John D Adams1

M, b. 1846
Father*Needham Adams1 b. 1820, d. b 1895
Mother*Nancy C Simmons1 b. 1825, d. 12 Jan 1843
ChartsJohn Simmons 1765-1844
     John D Adams , son of Needham Adams and Nancy C Simmons, was born in 1846 at Pike Co, Alabama.1
     John D Adams was listed in the household of Needham Adams in the 1850 census at Pike Co, Alabama: Needham Adams 30 SC mechanic, Nancy 25 AL, Marshall 7 AL, John 4 AL, Jefferson 1 AL.1
     John D Adams was listed in the household of Needham Adams in the 1860 census at Troy, Pike Co, Alabama: Needham Adams 40 SC grocer & farmer, Nancy C 35 AL, Marshall 16 AL, John D 14 AL, Jefferson 11 AL, Amanda A 7 AL, Daniel 4 AL, Joseph 2 AL.2

Citations

  1. [S237] 1850 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.
  2. [S248] 1860 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

John Quincy Adams

M, d. before 1989
Father*Jesse Brantley Adams b. 16 Jun 1902, d. 8 Nov 1952
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Sam Casey Jr
     John Quincy Adams died before 1989.

John Quincy Adams

M, b. 1878, d. 1925
Father*Joseph A. Adams d. 1887
ChartsCulver
Ellis
     John Quincy Adams grew up in a country newspaper operation family. He learned therudiments of the trade of a printer, working in association with hisbrother Joseph H. Adams 1901 After being associated with a newspaperas editor in Abbeville, John and his wife moved back to Ozark 1905 hewas assistant clerk of the AL House of Representatives, a position heheld for twenty years until the time of his death in 1925 1925 at thetime of his death, he was also serving as register in chancery of DaleCo.
     John Quincy Adams , son of Joseph A. Adams, was born in 1878.

John Quincy Adams married Vivian Brookin Brantley, daughter of William C. Dawson Brantley and Martha Missouri Culver, on February 14, 1900 at Ozark Hospital, Dale Co, Alabama.
     Jesse Brantley Adams , son of John Quincy Adams and Vivian Brookin Brantley, was born on June 16, 1902 at Ozark Hospital, Dale Co, Alabama.
     John Quincy Adams died in 1925.

Family

Vivian Brookin Brantley b. 24 Sep 1880, d. 4 Jun 1969
Child

Joseph Adams1

M, b. 1858
Father*Needham Adams1 b. 1820, d. b 1895
Mother*Nancy C Simmons1 b. 1825, d. 12 Jan 1843
ChartsJohn Simmons 1765-1844
     Joseph Adams , son of Needham Adams and Nancy C Simmons, was born in 1858 at Pike Co, Alabama.1
     Joseph Adams was listed in the household of Needham Adams in the 1860 census at Troy, Pike Co, Alabama: Needham Adams 40 SC grocer & farmer, Nancy C 35 AL, Marshall 16 AL, John D 14 AL, Jefferson 11 AL, Amanda A 7 AL, Daniel 4 AL, Joseph 2 AL.1
     Joseph Adams was listed in the household of Nancy C Simmons in the 1880 census at Pike Co, Alabama: Nancy Adams 52 AL widowed, Jefferson 32 AL, Amanda 24 AL, Joseph 21 AL, Susie 18 AL dau, Daniel 19 AL.2

Citations

  1. [S248] 1860 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.
  2. [S241] 1880 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Joseph A. Adams

M, d. 1887
     Joseph A. Adams was founder of The Southern Star in Ozark AL.
     John Quincy Adams , son of Joseph A. Adams, was born in 1878.
     Joseph A. Adams died in 1887 at Dale Co, Alabama.

Family

Child

Larkin B Adams1

M, b. 1856
Father*Wade Hampton Adams1 b. 12 Feb 1821, d. 15 Jul 1895
Mother*Martha Simmons1 b. 1838
ChartsJohn Simmons 1765-1844
     Larkin B Adams , son of Wade Hampton Adams and Martha Simmons, was born in 1856 at Pike Co, Alabama.1

Citations

  1. [S248] 1860 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Lucinda Adams1

F, b. May 27, 1824, d. Jul 12, 1912
     Her married name was Everett.
     Lucinda Adams whose parents are unknown was born on May 27, 1824 at Thomas Co, Georgia.1

Lucinda Adams married Jesse Slater Everett, son of Aaron Everett and Mary Martha Slater, on August 10, 1841 at Thomas Co, Georgia.1
     Sarah Jessie Everett , daughter of Jesse Slater Everett and Lucinda Adams, was born on October 10, 1842 at Thomas Co, Georgia.1
     Lucinda Adams died on July 12, 1912 at Decatur Co, Georgia, at 88 years of age.1

Family

Jesse Slater Everett b. 1820, d. 1851
Child

Citations

  1. [S4] One World Tree; Ancestry.com; The Generations Network, Inc, Provo UT, ;ancestry.com,.

Lyncon Adams

M, b. Feb 11, 1920, d. Mar 7, 1920
Father*George Haley Adams b. 13 Feb 1896, d. 17 Aug 1955
Mother*Otie Gertrude Miller b. 17 Dec 1893, d. 4 Nov 1965
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Frances Wileria Hudson
ChartsKingry
     Lyncon Adams , son of George Haley Adams and Otie Gertrude Miller, was born on February 11, 1920.
     Lyncon Adams died on March 7, 1920.

M Adams

M, b. before 1767
     M Adams whose parents are unknown was born before 1767.
     On October 10, 1789, 720 ac on waters acres on Williamson Swamp was surveyed for Nicholas Long at Washington Co, Georgia. (now Washington Co). SB O 132-2 #474. Bordered by M Adams.

Margaret Adams1

F, b. 1843, d. 1875
     Margaret Adams whose parents are unknown was born in 1843.1

Margaret Adams married Henry Hinson Wilder on circa 1858.1
     Susan Elizabeth Wilder , daughter of Henry Hinson Wilder and Margaret Adams, was born on April 8, 1870 at Georgia.1,2
     Margaret Adams died in 1875.1

Family

Henry Hinson Wilder b. 1835, d. 1883
Child

Citations

  1. [S29] Ancestry Family Trees; Repository: ancestry.com.
  2. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .

Marshall Adams1

M, b. 1843
Father*Needham Adams1 b. 1820, d. b 1895
Mother*Nancy C Simmons1 b. 1825, d. 12 Jan 1843
ChartsJohn Simmons 1765-1844
     Marshall Adams , son of Needham Adams and Nancy C Simmons, was born in 1843 at Alabama.1
     Marshall Adams was listed in the household of Needham Adams in the 1850 census at Pike Co, Alabama: Needham Adams 30 SC mechanic, Nancy 25 AL, Marshall 7 AL, John 4 AL, Jefferson 1 AL.1
     Marshall Adams was listed in the household of Needham Adams in the 1860 census at Troy, Pike Co, Alabama: Needham Adams 40 SC grocer & farmer, Nancy C 35 AL, Marshall 16 AL, John D 14 AL, Jefferson 11 AL, Amanda A 7 AL, Daniel 4 AL, Joseph 2 AL.2

Citations

  1. [S237] 1850 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.
  2. [S248] 1860 United States Federal Census, ancestry.com.

Minnie Adams

F, b. circa 1892
ChartsBush
Cox
Dowling
Prescott
     Minnie Adams 1920 Dale Co AL census, Beat 8 Midland City, 64/65: Gideon Hudgens 32AL AL AL retail store druggist, Minnie 29 AL AL AL, Hill 8 AL, Maxine7 AL, Grace 5 AL 1930 Dale Co AL census, Prc 8 Midland City ed 23-12s4B 77/92: Ansel G Hudgens 43 m1 @23 AL AL AL druggist, Minnie 38 m1@18 AL AL AL, Ansel H 18 AL, Maxine G 17 AL, Grace E 15 AL. Her married name was Hudgens.
     Minnie Adams whose parents are unknown was born circa 1892 at Alabama.

Minnie Adams married Ansel Gideon Hudgens, son of Ansel M. Hudgens and Roszilla Cox, on June 15, 1910 at Dale Co, Alabama.

Family

Ansel Gideon Hudgens b. c 1878

Myren 'Doc' Adams

M, b. Oct 29, 1923, d. Apr 4, 1945
Father*George Haley Adams b. 13 Feb 1896, d. 17 Aug 1955
Mother*Otie Gertrude Miller b. 17 Dec 1893, d. 4 Nov 1965
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Frances Wileria Hudson
ChartsKingry
     Myren 'Doc' Adams , son of George Haley Adams and Otie Gertrude Miller, was born on October 29, 1923.
     Myren 'Doc' Adams died on April 4, 1945 at 21 years of age.