Fayette District, Anson County, North Carolina
St Thomas Parish, Cheraws District, South Carolina
Heads of Households in 1790
Anson County, North Carolina was formed from Bladen County in 1750. Located on the southern border of North Carolina its line with South Carolina was a source of much dispute. This boundary dispute caused a redrawing of the line. Before the boundary was redrawn Anson County included parts of Craven County, South Carolina which was later split into what is now Marlboro, Chesterfield, Lancaster, York, Chester, Cherokee, Union, Laurens, Spartanburg, Greenville and Newberry. Disputes continued until the line was redrawn again in 1772. In later years parts of Anson County were taken to form Union, Richmond, and add to Mecklenberg Counties in North Carolina.
This page is under construction and is certainly not finished. If surrounding families are important to your research, include a note of who the surrounding neighbors are.
Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 North Carolina
"Schedule of the whole number of persons within the Division allotted to Guilford Dudley"
1) Free white males of 16 and over including the heads of families
Seven Jackson Heads of Households in 1790
Isaac Jackson 1-1-3-0-2 next hh to John
Another way to list these same Jacksons is below also showing pertinent neighbors:
These are listed in my NC book on pg 35
Page 36 in my NC book;
Pg 37 my book
Quite far from the Rushings
"As enumerated by John Punch, one of the most public areas in the District, 10,706 Population"
Five Jackson Heads of Households in 1790
Benjamin Jackson 2-0-2