Disambiguation. Jacksons of Anson, NC and Early Craven Co., Cheraw District and Chesterfield Co., South Carolina

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{{{1}}} Because the final survey line between North and South Carolina was not completed until ---- records for the residents may be in North Carolina in the earlier time period and in South Carolina later - though the folks had not moved, the state line had moved.

The following timeline is an attempt to try to place similarly named persons within the context of the references to them in source records.

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(Stephen A) http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Stephen_Jackson_%2812%29 birth, death dates unknown; son Henry b abt 1756 so father estimated birth year "bef 1735" Father of Henry Andrew Jackson (no known wife)

http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Henry_Jackson_%2851%29 1756/1764 - bef 1820; Son of the above Stephen Jackson. (m Mary Blakeney)

(Stephen B) http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Stephen_Jackson_%286%29 1717 - ? s/o James Jackson & Rebecca Hallet (m Mary Lewis)

Stephen C) http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Stephen_Jackson_%284%29 1750 - 1832 Son of Benjamin (m Nancy Cook)

(Stephen D)http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Stephen_Jackson_%285%29 1760 - 1828-1830 Son of Stephen 1750-1832 (m Temperance Rushing) His relationship to Stephen 1750 is conjecture, not documented.

Reference Stephen A bef 1735 father of Henry A. Stephen B 1717-? s/o James, Rebecca Stephen C 1750-1832 Stephen D 1760-1828 Benj. 1719-1805 s/o James, Rebecca John 1701-btw 1768/1772 m Sarah Doty John Jr. 1733-abt 1772 m Phebe Thompson
1744: John Philips of Edgecombe County to Thomas Boatright of Edgecombe County, 8 pounds 6 shillings 8 pence current money of Virginia, 250 acres on the main run of Elk marsh all houses, out houses, buildings, stables, etc. part of a patent to Edward Poor, 4 Aug 1741. Wit: Philip Hurst, Stephen Jackson, Reg. Edgecombe County, Feb. Court. 1744 R. Forster C. Ct. (Edgecombe County, North Carolina Court Records) possibility; no age known but improbable based on later records 27yrs; witnessed deed;Edgecombe
1744: Captain Joseph Lane of Edgecombe County to Stephen Jackson and Benjamin Jackson, 3 Apr 1744, 50 pounds current money of Virginia, 280 acres more or less on the east side of Beech Swamp Wit: J. Edwards, Robert Warren Registered, Edgecombe County, Aug Court 1744, R. Forster County. Court. (Edgecombe County, North Carolina Court Records) 27yrs; Stephen and Benj together buy 280A fr Lane 25yrs; Stephen and Benj together buy 280A fr Lane
5 Oct 1747, Will of Christian Lane, Edgecombe Co., May Court. Daughters: Sarah and Mary Lane, Son: Abraham. Executor: Abraham Hill. Witness Stephen Jackson, Sarah Hill. Clerk of Court, Benjamin Wynns. (Abstracts of NC Wills 1663-1760, Pg 207) 30yrs Stephen of Edgecombe and Sarah Hill witnesses Lane will; Ex:A.Hill
30 Apr 1749, North Carolina Land Grants, No. 335, 30 Sep 1749. Gabriel Johnston, governor of North Carolina, to Benjamin Jackson, 200 acres in Anson County, on the south [west] side of Pee Dee and on both sides of Thompsons Creek.. need source; also witnesses 30yrs; buys 200A in Anson; both sides Thompsons Cr
May 1749, Stephen Jackson and Benjamin Jackson of Edgecombe County to William Goodwin, 19 Nov 1748, 40 pounds current money of Virginia, 280 acres on the east side of Beech swamp, joining Miery branch and the swamp. Wit: Thomas Davis, Samuel Brown X his mark. Registered, Edgecombe Co. May Court 1749, Benjamin Wynns Clerk of Court" need source 32yrs; Stephen & Benj together sell out fr Edgecomb 30yrs; Stephen & Benj together sell out fr Edgecomb
1750 Deed unavailable but referenced in 1757 DB Vol C-1; 338-339 when BENJAMIN JACKSON sells 137A on S side Thompson Creek, adj. JOHN RUSHING line...James Mathews line...line of Mathis...granted to Sd. JACKSON 29 Sept 1750...BENJ. JACKSON (seal). ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 53.) 31yrs; Benj bought 137A So side Thompson Cr.; witness n/a. Sells same 1757
15 Apr 1751, DB Vol A;110. James Stewart of Anson, planter, to Burlinghan Rudd of same, planter, for x20 proc. money...300A on S side Great Pee Dee...Jones' Creek...granted to sd. Burlinghan Rudd 11 Apr 1749...James Stewart (SEAL), Wit: BENJ. JACKSON, John Ashely (A), Caleb Howell. ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 8.)
28 Jul 1751, Deed Book B, Page 189, Anson Co., NC, Abram Paul of Craven Co., SC, Planter to STEPHEN Jackson of Anson Co., Planter, for £50, Virginia Money, 200 acres, south side of Thompson's Creek. Wit. William Rushing, Benjamin Jackson. (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk B, Pg 189) Also ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 22.) 34yrs; Stephen buys add'l land on south side Thompson's Cr. Wit: Wm Rushing 32yrs; brother Benjamin witnesses Stephen's deed.
9 Oct 1752, Will of Abraham Paul, Craven Co. NC. Executors are Benjamin Jackson and Stephen Jackson, June 13, 1751. Will probated Oct. 9, 1752. (North Carolina Abstracts of Wills 1740-1760 by Caroline Moore.) 35yrs; named with his brother Benj as Executors of neighbor Abraham Paul's will 33yrs; named with his brother Stephen as Executors of neighbor Abraham Paul's will
1753 - England's high tax on iron forced JOHN Jackson to ruin and his forge was sold at Sheriff's sale in 1753 in Morris Co. NJ. (Source:Wikipedia article Dover, New Jersey) Stephen and Benj's brother John arrives abt 1753 or 1754
Dec 1754, DB Vol C-1;5. Jacob Paul of Anson Co., planter, to Anthony Hutchins of same, planter, for x30 proc. Money. . . 200A on E side Brown Creek, granted to Jacob Paul 28 Sept 1754. . . Jacob Paul (seal). Wit: Thomas Herrington (T), Thos. Piper (X), JOHN Jackson. ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 41.) first mention of and John Jackson in Anson Court records
25 May 1757 Deed unavailable but is referenced in DB Vol 3:19. --16 Jan 1763, Benjamin Jackson of Anson, planter, to Abram Paul of same, for x70 SC money…300A on N side Thompson Cr., granted to Jackson 25 May 1757…Benjamin Jackson. ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 98.) 38yrs Benj buys 300A no side Thomson Cr. Witness n/a; sells same 1763
20 July 1757, DB Vol C-1; 338-339 BENJAMIN JACKSON of Anson Co., to Richard Street, for x6 Prov. Money...137A on S side Thompson Creek, adj. JOHN RUSHING line...James Mathews line...line of Mathis...granted to Sd. JACKSON 29 Sept 1750...BENJ. JACKSON (seal). Wit: James Sundry (X), JOHN JACKSON. ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 53) 38yrs; Benj sold 137A So side Thompson;orig bot 1750; wit John Jackson possibility;unk age; witness to Benj's deed possibility;unk age; witness to Benj's deed
24 Oct 1757, Wm Rushing of Anson, planter, to Jacob Carter, of same, planter, 50A in Anson Co. . .Wm Rushing (seal). Wit: John Pickens, Stephen Jackson. (Anson Co., NC, Deed Book Vol 5, pg 103) FIRST possibility; est 22yrs. 40yrs; witness deed Rushing to Carter; Anson. Other wit: Pickens
7 Oct 1758, DB Vol 3: 249 Benjamin Jackson of Anson, to John Jackson Senr, of same, for x5. . . 400A. . . Benj. Jackson (seal). Wit: Phillip Herndon, John Jackson. Recorded according to law, Thomas Frohock, C. C. ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 113)
6 Mar 1759, North Carolina Land Grants, No. 1388, 6 Mar 1759, South West Pee Dee, to Stephen Jackson. need source, acreage and witnesses 2nd possibility; est 24yrs 42yrs
9 Feb 1762, DB Vol 3:17 BENJAMIN JACKSON of Anson, planter, to John Mathews of same, for x125 SC money...land on N side Thompson Cr., adj. William Rushing, adj. James Mathews, 190A granted to sd. Jackson...Benjamin Jackson (seal). Wit: George Carter, Jacob Carter (I) ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 98) 43yrs; Benj sold 190A No side Thompson Cr; neighbors Wm Rushing, Jas Mathews; witnesses Geo Carter, Jacob Carter
4 May 1762, DB Vol 3:15 Jacob Carter of Anson, to Job MEADOR of same, for x10…5-A on E side Thompson Cr., patented by Wm. RUSHING, 21 Feb 1757... Jacob Carter (Ic) (seal). Wit: BENJAMIN JACKSON, WILLIAM RUSHING. [This land now in S. C.] ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 98) 42 yrs; Benj and Wm Rushing witness Carter to Meador deed, E side Thompson Cr.
3 Nov 1762, Acts of the North Carolina General Assembly, 1762; North Carolina. General Assembly; November 03, 1762 - December 11, 1762; Volume 23, Page 590: "VII. And be it further Enacted, by the Authority aforesaid, That Anthony Hutchins, Stephen Jackson, Walter Gibson, James Hutchins, and Samuel French the Survivors or Survivor of them, be, and hereby appointed Commissioners, and impowered and directed to agree and contract with Workmen for erecting and building a Court-House, Prison and Stocks, for the Use of the said County of Anson" (http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/document/csr23-0043#p23-590) unlikely; a relatively newcomer to the county age 45; appointed Commissioner to build Courthouse etc.
31 Dec 1762, Minutes of the North Carolina Governor's Council; North Carolina. Council December 04, 1762 - December 31, 1762; Volume 06, Pages 772-799. Ordered that a Commission of the Peace and Dedimus issued to William Phillips, Charles Robinson, John Colson, Anthony Hutchins, John Hamer, Morgan Brown, James Hutchins, Alexander Gordon Thomas Hugh, John Crawford, Cornelius Robinson, Joseph Atteway, Stephen Jackson for the County of Anson. (http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/document/csr06-0248#p6-799) unlikely; would have been relatively newcomer to the county 45yrs; named to Anson office similar to Justice of the Peace; associate of WM Phillips, John Crawford etc.
16 Jan 1763, DB Vol 3:19 Benjamin Jackson of Anson, planter, to Abram Paul of same, for x70 SC money…300A on N side Thompson Cr., granted to Jackson 25 May 1757…Benjamin Jackson (seal). Wit: William Coleman (W), Job Meadors (J). ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 98)
30 Jul 1763, Terrance Kerrell of Anson, to Thomas Lee of same, 10 pounds Proclamation Money…land on NE side PD, S side Naked Creek, 87a…Terrance Kerrell “T” (seal), Wit: Stephen Jackson, William Phillips. [This land is now in SC] (Anson Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766 Abstracts of Wills and Estates 1749-1795, Vol 3, P 153) 28yrs 46yrs; Stephen and William Phillips together witnessed Kerrell/Lee deed.
1763, Anson County, NC, List of Taxables for the year 1763 lists Stephen, Benjamin, John Jr. and John Sr. as the only Jacksons on the List of Taxables for the Year 1763. There is a dash (no number) after their names. ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 122) unlikely; note there were NOT two Stephens in this list. Yes yes yes yes
10 Dec 1763, DB Vol 3: 105 Thomas Bingham to John Purkins, for x100...200A on W side Brown Creek, by side of old Catawba Path...Thomas Bingham (seal). Wit: William Terry, Benjamin Jackson. ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 105)
2 Jan 1764, DB Vol 3:104. – John Mathews of Anson, planter, for x25 to Jacob Johnson of same, planter, … 180A on N side Thompson Cr., adj. James Mathews...granted to Benj. Jackson, 29 Sept 17566...John Mathews (+) (seal). Wit: Benjamin Jackson, Isaac Johnson (X), Richd. Rushing (X). ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 104)
17 Jan 1764, DB 3:79 Abram Paul of Anson, planter, for x32 NC money, to BENJAMIN Jackson...300A on N side Thompson Creek...Abraham Paul (seal). Wit: William Prestwood, Peter Partin, Saml. Tomkins (S). (This land now in SC.) ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 103)
22 Jan 1768 – ISAAC Jackson – estate of John Brasfield – secured by Robert Broadway & Sabray Stone – bond: x40 – certified: January 1768.

NC Wills – NC Archives C. R. 005.801.1 pgs 112. –Inventory of John Brasfield, by ISAAC Jackson, Exr. Archives S. S. 883: Returns of Probates of Wills and Administrations Granted Anson County 1766-1772 ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 152)

14 Apr 1768, Will of John Jackson in Anson County N. C. ...daughters Elizabeth , Mary, Sarah and Rebecca, each 5 Sh., my lands and all my movable estate to be sold to the best advantage and the money to be paid as follows: to Daughters Phebe, Jemimah and Hannah to have it equally divided between them. Stephen Jackson and John Perkins, exrs. 15 April 1768 Wit. Job Meadow, John May, Charles Booth Executed 1772, Anson Co., NC (North Carolina Wills, Book J, Page 8)
9 Oct 1769, Regulators Petition, dtd 9 Oct 1769, Presented to the Colonial Assembly of King Charles for the Colony of North Carolina. Seeking tax relief, oppression, a bill of rights and other freedoms. Source: "Colonial Records", Vol. VIII, 1769-1771, pp. 81-82 and pp. 241-244, by Saunders; also: North Carolina History Told By Contemporaries," pp.87-93, by Lefler; also: "The War of The Regulators and The Battle of Alamance, May 16, 1771, by William S. Powell. Signed by Stephen Jackson, John Jackson, Jason Meadow, Sr., Jason Meadow, Jr., Joseph White, John Thompson and other residents of Anson Co., North Carolina.

(History of the Old Cheraws, Bishop Alexander Gregg, The State Company, Columbia, SC, 1905) (Also: Petition from inhabitants of Anson County concerning taxes and fees for public officials; Snor, John; Et Al.; October 09, 1769; Volume 08, Pages 75-80. http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/document/csr08-0060#p8-80)

10 Jul 1771, Stephen Jackson to Thomas Curtas, deed proved by Wm. Hamer. (Anson Co. Court Minutes 1771- 1775, 10 July 1771)
1772, NC Wills – NC Archives C. R. 005.801.1 pgs 66,67. Will of John Jackson of Anson County, being sick & weak in body...to daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah, & Rebeckah, s5...daughters Phebe, Jemimah & Hanah...Stephen Jackson and John Perkins, Exrs. . . 15 Apr 1768. . . John Jackson (seal). Wit: John Meadow, John May, Charles Booth, Proven by Meadows & Booth, Oct. term 1772. James Auld, Clk. ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 130)


12 Oct 1771, Trial of King vs.Wm. Doster, Stephen Jackson juror. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina. pg. 72, Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russel)
15 July 1772, Stephen Jackson to (assemble) crew to lay out road. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina. pg. 79, Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russell)
16 Oct 1772, Stephen Jackson to (assemble) crew to lay out road. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina. pg. 82, Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russell)
16 Oct 1772, Order Stephen Jackson begin work on road. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina, pg. 84, Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russell)
16 Oct 1772, Robert Jarman to Stephen Jackson Deed Proved by Geo. Wilson. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina. pg. 84, Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russell)
1772, The boundary between North Carolina and South Carolina was not well established until the border survey of 1764. Before that, Anson County, North Carolina, which was formed about 1749, had an indeterminate southern boundary and included all or parts of many modern South Carolina counties, including Marlboro, Chesterfield and others. Disputes and confusion concerning the border between North and South Carolina continued, and a new border survey was made in 1772. need source ??
1773, Account of Chas. Medlock, guardian to orphans of John Hicks, decd. John Husbands, note. Cash pd. Mrs. Kershaw, Stephen Jackson, Elisha Parker, William Speed, William Hicks, Morgan Brown, Robert Thomas, Hunt & Tanney (?), William Haney, Wm Pickett, Sheriff. Andr. Gibson. Vouchers all destroyed by "British and Toryes." Michael Auld, Clk. (Anson County, North Carolina Wills and Estates, North Carolina Archives C.R. 005.801.1 page 309:1773)
14 Jan 1773, Deed, Robert Jarman to Stephen Jackson, proved by Geo. Wilson. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina, pg. 84, Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russell)
14 July 1774, Ordered: Administration on Estate of John Jackson Granted to Stephen Jackson exr. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina. pg. 93., Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russell)
15 Jul 1774, Stephen Jackson juror in trial of John Poston vs. Zachariah Hogan. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina. pg. 84. Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russell)
11 Oct 1774, Ordinary license granted David Love bond by Samuel Snead and Stephen Jackson. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina. pg. 94. Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russell)
15 Oct 1774, Ordered that Mary and Elizabeth Brown, orphans of Stephen Brown deceased be bound to Morgan Brown till age, and that John Brown Orphan of Stephen Brown be bound to Stephen Jackson to learn the trade of Blacksmith until of age, now 15 years old. (Index of Grants, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina. pg. 97. Courtesy of Mary Harkey Russell)
Oct 15, 1774, Stephen Jackson was one of seven justices of the County Court, and order that Wm. Rorie be constable in Captain Jackson’s district. [The Captain Jackson referred to here is Captain Benjamin Jackson.] (pg 78, History of the Old Cheraws, Bishop Alexander Gregg, 1867)
1774, The following is the text of a declaration made by the Petit Jurors of the Cheraws District of Craven Co., South Carolina 18 Nov 1774 in response to an edict to the Grand Jury compelling taxation from the British Crown:

"May it please your Honor,
"As your Charge at the opening of the Sessions contained matters of the highest importance to every individual in this Colony, as well as to the Grand Jury, to whom in particular it was delivered, we, the Petit Jury for the District of Cheraw, beg leave to testify our great satisfaction, and to return your Honor our warmest acknowledgments for so constitutional a charge at this alarming crisis, when our liberties are attacked, and our properties invaded by the claim and attempt of the British Parliament to tax us, and by their edicts to bind us in all cases they deem proper; a claim to which we will never submit, and an attempt which we are determined to oppose at the hazard of our lives and property; being fully convinced, that by the Constitution of this Country, we owe obedience to no human laws but such as are enacted with the consent of our Representatives in General Assembly. These being our fixed sentiments, we would esteem it a particular favor conferred on us, if your Honor would direct your Charge to be printed, the benefit arising from it may be as diffusive as possible, and that it may remain as a pattern of that constitutional language which a Judge should deliver, who is above Ministerial influence, and knows no Master but the Law.
Claudius Pegues, Foreman
William White, William Hardwick, Zachariah Nettles, Benjamin Williamson, Benjamin Rogers, Enoch James, William Hickman, Jacob Bruce, Benjamin Davis, Stephen Jackson, Joseph Parsons." (History of the Old Cheraws, pgs 216 and 217, Bishop Alexander Gregg, 1867)

29 April 1774, Anson Co. North Carolina, Deed Bk K, pages 297-300, John Donaldson buys 100 acres from Stephen Jackson (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk K, Pgs 297-300)
23 June 1774, Stephen Jackson, lands on Thompson Creek in Craven Co., Royal Land Grants of South Carolina, Index I. (Leonardo Andrea 1949, South Carolina Archives)
24 Oct 1774, Anson Co., North Carolina, Deed Book K, pg 240--Stephen Jackson, blacksmith, sold to William Blewett for 225 pounds--400 acres. (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk K, Pg 240)
12 Jul 1775, Pg. 103. 12 July 1775. Ordered John Knotts be overseer of rd. from Adcocks ferry to Jones Cr. Hands: George Wilson, John Knotts, Stephen Jackson, Bartholomew Murphey, David Rich, Benj. Carter, James Leslie, John Hornbeck and Robt. Gatewood. (Abstracts of Early Records, Selected records abstracted by May Wilson McBee, 1950)
15 Apr 1775, Benjamin Baird to Wm. Thomas , 400 acres on Jones Creek, Rob't Thomas's corner, gr. to Benj. Baird 25 July , 1774 Wit: Thomas Wade and Stephen Jackson (Anson Co. Deeds April 15, 1775)
28 July 1775, Stephen Jackson, Jr., 100 acres in Craven Co., Royal Land Grants of South Carolina, Index I. (Leonardo Andrea 1949, South Carolina Archives)
1775, Resolved, That Mr. John Ashe be allowed four pounds for so much advanced by him to Stephen Jackson, a messenger appointed by the Congress to take and bring in custody James Cotton and others before this Congress. (Minutes of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina; North Carolina. Provincial Congress; August 20, 1775 - September 10, 1775; Volume 10, Pages 164-220. "Thursday, September 7th, 1775.) (http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/document/csr10-0089#p10-201)
31 March 1777, At a meeting of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of the Parish of St. David Benjamin Jackson, John Jackson and John Pledger were elected as Overseers of the Poor. (Source: Source:Holcomb, Brent H. St. David's Parish, South Carolina|St. David's Parish, South Carolina,]] pg 20.) elected Overseer of the Poor possible possible
1777, Stephen Jackson, Exctr of the estate of John Jackson, dec’d of Craven County in the Province of South Carolina, Planter, of one part and Phebe Jackson of the County of Anson in the Province of North Carolina of the other part. For the sum of 88 pounds Proclamation Money paid by Phebe Jackson…land situated and being in the County of Anson. April Court 1778, Stephen Jackson in the presence of John Jackson, Joseph Griffith, Edward Jackson (Anson Co., Deed Bk K, Pg 517)
6 Nov 1777, Deed Bk., K Pg 518, 6 Nov 1777, Stephen Jackson, Exctr of the estate of John Jackson, dec’d of Craven Co. in the Province of South Carolina and Jonathan Jackson of Anson County in the Province of North Carolina, Planter. 200 a. for 88 pounds Proclamation money to me in hand, pd by Jonathan Jackson of Anson County. Apr Court 1778, Stephen Jackson, proved by John Jackson, Esq., in the presence of John Jackson, Joseph Griffith, Edward Jackson (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk K, Pg 518)
1779, Jury List for Cheraws District. Thomas Fail, Thomas Scottwins, Thomas Ellerbee Sr., John Thomas, John Spruel, Joseph Griffith, David Perkins, Matthew Holden, Stephen Jackson, Benjamin Martin, John Shoemake, William Hickman, Jason Meadows, Ephraim Horn, James Holmes. (The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, SCMAR, Volume V Number 1, Winter, 1977, No 1, p 15)
1790, US Census, St Thomas, Cheraws District, South Carolina. Stephen Jackson, Head of Household, Enumeration: 2 free white males of 16, 4 free white males under 16, 2 white females.. [This enumeration could be Stephen Jackson and one of his sons with wife and children]
1790, US Census, Anson Co., North Carolina. Stephen Jackson, Head of Household, Enumeration: 1 free white male under 16, 1 free white male over 16 and 3 free white females.
23 Jan 1794, Anson Co., North Carolina Deed Book C2 Page 225 - Slave Bill: Stephen Jackson to Ann Hendrick, both of Anson County, North Carolina, for L40, Negro girl Silva, age four or five./s/ Stephen Jackson. Wit: Jeremiah Martin, Nehemiah "X" Forehand. (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk C2, Pg 225)
23 Jan 1794, Deed of Gift: Ann Kendrick of Anson County to “my loving children named John Kendrick, Mary and Elizabeth Kendrick one certain Negro girl named Silve that is now five or six years old, an affirm sound country born girl.” The girl and her increase to be vested in my children and divided equally divided among my said children. /s/ Ann (X) Kendrick. Witness: Jeremiah Martin, Nehemiah (X) Forehand. (Anson County, NC, Deed Bk C2, pg 233-4)
23 Jan 1794, Deed: Stephen Jackson to John Kendrick, both of Anson County, for £175 North Carolina money, 200 acres on Talton’s Creek, a branch of Thompson’s Creek…hickory in Benjamin Jackson’s line… crossing the creek… Cammel’s [Campbell’s] line… said Jackson’s line… a tract of land granted to Blundel Curtys [Curtis] 29 March 1780. /s/ Stephen Jackson. Wit: Jeremiah Martin, Nehemiah (X) Forehand. Acknowledged, January Court 1794. (Anson County, NC, Deed Bk C2, pg 232)
22 Dec 1794, Land Entry: Edward Jackson entered 150 acres in Anson County, North Carolina, on the waters of Clay Creek, adjoining John Harnet, James Wimberly, Stephen Jackson, and John Hendrick. (Pruitt’s North Carolina Land Entries, 107, No. 1639)
18 July 1795, Anson County, North Carolina Deed Book D Page 44, Stephen Jackson to Ann Hendrick, both of Chesterfield Co., South Carolina, for L20, 60 acres on southwest side of Pee Dee River in Anson County, North Carolina, on a branch of Thompson's Creek, joining Benjamin Jackson and State Line between the Carolinas - a survey for Malcolm Campbell dated 16 Apr. 1773../s/ Stephen Jackson. Wit: Jeremiah Martin, William "X" Edding. (Anson Co., NC Deed Book D, Pg 44)
15 Sep 1797, Anson County, North Carolina Deed Book E Page 103, Slave Bill: Stephen Jackson to Ann Hendrick, both of Anson Co., North Carolina, for 150 pounds, slave woman Pat, slave girl Vilet aged about four years... /s/ Stephen Jackson WIT. Malachi Watts, John Goodwin. (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk E, Page 103)
14 Sep 1798, Anson County, North Carolina, Deed Book D-E, pg 432, Stephen Jackson of Chesterfield Co., South Carolina to Ephriam Horne of same, 150 acres lying and being in the County of Anson, State of North Carolina on Clay Creek, a branch of Thompsons Creek. (From Jack Hendrick: Anson Co., NC Deed Bk D-E, pg 103)
10 Dec 1798, Anson County, North Carolina Deed Book 37, pg 202, Stephen Jackson enters 500 acres situated on the Head of Deep Creek branch of Thompsons Creek waters of Pee Dee River in Cheraw District of Chesterfield Co., South Carolina that was surveyed for him on 25 May 1798. (From Jack Hendrick: Anson Co., NC Deed Bk 37. pg 202)
7 Jan 1799, Anson Co., North Carolina Deed Book 43 page 391, Land Grant to Stephen Jackson , 500 acres in Cheraw District of Chesterfield Co., South Carolina (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk 43, Pg 391)
7 Jan 1799, Anson Co., North Carolina Deed Book 45 page 19, Land Grant to Stephen Jackson 325 acres in Cheraw District of Chesterfield Co., South Carolina (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk 45, Pg 19)
25 Jun 1800, Deed: Richard Graves, planter, of Chesterfield County, South Carolina, to Ann Kendrick, seamstress, of Anson County, North Carolina, for $20, 125 acres in Anson County on the head of Muddy Creek, adjoining the State Line, Jackson, Graves, and the Camden Road–part of a 200-acre grant to said Graves dated 9Mar1799... /s/ Richard “X” Graves. Wit: William Rushing, Stephen Jackson. (From Jack Hendrick: Anson County, NC, Deed Bk G, Pg 222)
1800, US Census, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina: Stephen Jackson, Head of Household. Enumeration: 1 male over 45, 2 females 16-25, 1 female over 45.
1800, US Census, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina, Stephen Jackson, Jr., Head of Household, Enumeration: 3 males under 10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 26-44, 4 females under 10, 1 female 26-44, 1 female over 45.
1800, US Census, Fayetteville District, Anson Co., North Carolina, Stephen Jackson, Head of Household, Enumeration: 1 male over 45, one male 10-15, 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 26-44.
1804, Laws of North Carolina, Chapter CXXVI. "An act to alter names of the persons therein mention, and to legitamate them. Be enacted by the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same. That the names of William Joyner, Martha Joyner, Sally Joyner, Joseph Joyner, Mary Joyner and Geraldus Joyner, illegitimate children of Joseph Batts and Elizabeth Joyner, of Edgecomb County, be altered and changed to those of William Batts, Martha Batts, Elizabeth Batts, Sally Batts, Joseph Batts, Mary Batts and Geraldus Batts:...And the names of John Kindrick, Polly Kindrick, Betsey Kindrick and Salley Kindrick, natural born children of Stephen Jackson, of Anson County, be altered to the names of John Jackson, Polly Jackson, Betsey Jackson and Salley Jackson..." (Acts of the North Carolina General Assembly, Chapter CXXVI, 1804, North Carolina Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina)
Oct 1805 J. Jackson1131805DB Vol 3:251. –"October Court 1805. We the committee of the court appointed to examine the Books have Examined up to this page. Wm Johnson, James Marshall, James Douglass, J. Culpeper, J. Jackson." ("Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766" by Brent H. Holcomb. pg 113) which John is mentioned in this court record?
1810, US Census, Chesterfield Co., South Carolina, Stephen Jackson Head of Household. Enumeration: 2 males under 10, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 male over 45, 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 16-25, 1 female over 45.
1810, US Census, Anson Co., North Carolina, Stephen Jackson, Head of Household, Enumeration: 1 male under 10, 1 male 16-25, 1 male over 45, 1 female 10-15, 1 female over 45.
29 Dec 1810, Anson Co., North Carolina Deed Book O pg 148, Stephen Jackson and Ann Kendrick to John Jackson-for love and affection for our son-one Negro boy named Simon. (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk O, Pg 148)
29 Dec 1810, Anson Co., North Carolina Deed Book O, pg 148 Stephen Jackson to John Jackson-for love and affection I have for my son John-250 acres under the conditions it is to remain in the possession of Stephen Jackson and Ann Hendrick during their natural lives. (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk O, Pg 148)
25 Dec 1816, Deed: Ann Hendrick to John F. Auld, both of Anson County, for $50, 60 acres in Anson County, on a branch of Thompsons Creek, bounding Benjamin Jackson--surveyed to Malcolm Campbell on 9 Mar 1799... /s/ Ann (X) Hendrick. Wit: D. Crawford, Hannah Crawford. (Anson County, NC, Deed Bk Q, Pg 3, abstracted)
16 Oct 1817, John Jackson to Stephen Jackson and Nancy Hendrick, all of Anson County, $400, 450 acres on waters of Talton Creek and Cedar Creek, branches of Thompson’s Creek… land previously sold by Stephen Jackson and Nancy Hendrick to said John Jackson… Note at end reads: “N.B. this is to certify that Nancy Hendrick is to have half the land to her own use and Stephen Jackson to have the other half to his own use.” /s/ John Jackson. Witness: John (“F”) Auld, Daniel McNair, Jesse Jackson. Proved April court 1818 by oath of Jesse Jackson. (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk S, Pg 99)
16 Oct 1817, Stephen Jackson and Nancy Hendrick, 450 acres on Tarlton and Cedar Creek branches of Thompson Creek...beginning at a Hickory on Benjamin Jacksons line...from said Stephen Jackson and Nancy Hendrick to said John Jackson...wit John Auld, Daniel McNair, Jesse Jackson need source
1819, September Term of Court, Deed Book Y, pg 609- Stephen Jackson and Nancy Hendrick , Division of Land: Lot # 1, Stephen Jackson 200 acres crossing Tarlton Creek; Lot # 2 to Nancy Hendrick 221 1/2 acres crossing Tarlton Creek. (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk Y, Pg 609)
1820, US Census, Ratcliff, Anson Co., North Carolina, Stephen Jackson Head of Household, Enumeration: 1 male over 45, 1 female over 45, 1 male under 10, 1 male 10-16, 1 female 10, 1 female 10-16.
25 Mar 1828, Anson North Carolina Deed Book Y page 582, - Stephen Jackson to David Crawford - $50 for acres not stated but was first granted to Bluden Curtis - Benjamin Jackson was an adjoining property owner (Anson Co., NC Deed Bk Y, Pg 582)
11 Mar 1840, Sheriff’s Sale: By order of the court of ordinary will be held at Chesterfield CH on the first Monday in April next all the real estate of Ann Hendricks deceased consisting of one tract of land on the Mill branch waters of Deep Creek, containing 130 acres more or less adjoining the lands belonging to Thos. Meador, Wm. Moore, and Charles Hendrick… (Farmer’s Gazette and Cheraw Advertiser, abstract provided by Jack Hendrick)
12 Oct 1847, Deed: William E. Troy to James H. Ratliff. Land description refers to Anne Kendrick, the old survey by [Malcolm] Campbell, the 1797 grant to Richard Graves, etc. The land being sold was previously owned by Richard Graves and ordered sold in 1842. (From Jack Hendrick: Anson Co., NC, Deed Bk 12, Pg 291)
1856, Jackson, Mary, wife of John Field Auld, both of Union Parish, LA., 23 Oct. 1855, appoints James C. Craig of Chesterfield Dist., SC, her attorney to convey to Elizabeth Jackson, wife and widow of Lewis Ganey (late deceased), her interest in the Estate of her mother, Nancy Jackson - all of Chesterfield Dist., SC. On 23 Apr., 1856, James C. Craig of Chesterfield Dist.,SC, as Attorney aforementioned, sells to said Elizabeth Ganey [formerly Elizabeth Crawford] for $600. the interest of said Mary Auld and John F. Auld (in right of his wife) in the Estate of Nancy Kendricks (mother of said Mary Auld) of Anson Co., NC. (North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, Vol III, No. 1, pg. 6 Anson Co, NC (Stack File #C.R. 005.928.3))
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