Person:Edward Meadors (1)

Edward Moberly Meadors
d.Abt 1839
m. Bet 1757-1760
  1. Jason Meadors1764 - 1823
  2. William Meadors1767 - Bef 1819
  3. Thomas Meadows1771 - 1818
  4. Isham Meadowsabt 1775 - bef 1828
  5. Dorcas MeadorsAbt 1775 - 1858
  6. Pleasant Meadors1777 - 1843
  7. Isaiah MeadowsAbt 1779 - 1826
  8. Sarah MeadorsBet 1784 and 1786 -
  9. Edward Moberly MeadorsABT 1784 - Abt 1839
  10. Middleton Meadors1789 -
  11. Benjamin MeadowsAbt 1790 -
  • HEdward Moberly MeadorsABT 1784 - Abt 1839
  • WAbigail ThomasBet 1790 and 1792 -
m. 10 Apr 1810
  1. Middleton Meadors1812 - 1894
  2. Isaac MeadorsABT 1813 -
  3. Dorcas Meadors1815 -
  4. Sarah Meadors1816 -
  5. Keziah Meadors1817 -
  6. Abigail Meadors1818 - 1858
  7. William Carroll MeadorsABT 1820 - 1867
  8. Thomas Edward MeadorsABT 1824 -
  9. Susannah MeadorsABT 1824 -
  10. Elizabeth MeadorsABT 1829 -
  11. Mary MeadorsABT 1830 - 1880
  12. Jackson MeadorsABT 1831 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][4] Edward Moberly Meadors
Alt Name[5][7] Edward Moberley Meadows
Alt Name[4] William Edward Meadors
Gender Male
Birth[4][5] ABT 1784 Anson, North Carolina, United States
Residence[7] Mar 1805 Knox, Kentucky, United Stateson road work crew
Other[7] Nov 1808 Knox, Kentucky, United Stateson tax list
Census[6] 1810 Knox, Kentucky, United States
Marriage 10 Apr 1810 Knox, Kentucky, United Statesto Abigail Thomas
Census[1] 1820 Whitley, Kentucky, United States
Other[8] 1820-1835 Whitley, Kentucky, United Stateson tax list
Census[2] 1830 Whitley, Kentucky, United States
Other[9] Mar 1830 Whitley, Kentucky, United Statesin court acting for son Middleton
Other[9] Jun 1831 Whitley, Kentucky, United Statesson Middleton and his wife and two others required to post bonds to Keep the Peace, especially towards Edward Meadows
Death[3][5] Abt 1839 wife is listed as head of household in 1840 census

Two Edward Mobleys?

There may be two Edward Mobleys, one of whom appears to have sometimes used the name Mobley and presumably married a daughter of Joshua Stephens and later moved to Mississippi.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Whitley, Kentucky, in United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule, pg 4 line 17 , Primary quality.

    Edward Meadors
    2 males under 10 [b. 1810-1820: John M. (1812), Isaac (1813)]
    1 male 26-45 [b. 1775-1794: Edward (1784)]
    2 males under 10 [b 1810-1820: John M (1812), Isaac (1813)] 1 male 26-45 [b 1775-1794: Edward (1784)]
    4 females under 10 [b 1810-1820: Dorcas (1815), Sarah (1816), Keziah (1817), Abigail (1818)]
    1 female 26-45 [b 1775-1794: Abigail (1792)]

  2. Whitley, Kentucky, in United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, pg 276, Primary quality.

    Edward Meadors
    1 male 5-10 [b 1815-1820: William (1820)]
    2 males 15-20 [b 1810-1815: John (1812), Isaac (1813)]
    1 male 40-50 [b 1780-1790: Edward (1784)]
    2 females under 5 [b 1825-1830: Susannah (1824), Elizabeth (1829)]
    3 females 5-10 [b 1815-1820: Sarah (1816), Keziah (1817), Abigail (1818)]
    1 female 15-20 [b 1810-1815: Dorcas (1815)]
    1 female 30-40 [b 1790-1800: Abigail (1792)]

  3. Whitley, Kentucky, in United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, pg 204.

    Abagal Meadows
    2 males 5-10 [b 1820-1825: Edward (1824), William (1820)]
    1 male 15-20
    2 males 20-30
    1 male 40-50
    1 female 10-15 [b 1825-1830: Mary (abt 1830)]
    1 female 15-20 [b 1820-1825: Susannah (1824)]
    2 females 20-30 [b 1810-1820: Dorcas (1815), Sarah (1816), Keziah (1817), Abigail (1818)]
    1 female 40-50 [b 1790-1800: Abigail (1792)]

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Ancestral File, Secondary quality.

    Edward Meador (PCW1-W2) b. 1784, Anson, NC;
    William Edward Meadors or (Meadows), b. ca. 1784, prob. Cheraws, SC;

  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Meadows Update, in Knox County Genealogical Society (Louisville, Kentucky). Knox County, Kentucky kinfolk. (Louisville, Kentucky: Knox County Genealogical Society [Kentucky], 1977?]-), Vol 10:4; FHL #976.9125 D25k, Oct 1986, Secondary quality.

    Information from M. R. “Russ” Meadors of Indianapolis, IN
    Thomas Meadows, b. 1736-8, VA (son of Jason Meadows and Elizabeth Stone), d. 1826, Whitley Co., KY, m. 1760 Anson Co., NC to Keziah Moberly (b. 1743, VA, dau. of Edward Moberly Sr. and Susannah De Ruel)
    Children:
    9. Edward Moberly, b. 1784, NC, d. 1839, m 19 Apr 1810 Abigail Thomas

  6. Knox, Kentucky, in United States. 1810 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Edward Meadows, 1 male 16-25, 1 female 16-25 (Abigail)

  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Prewitt, L. D. (Lester Dee). Court order book, A, 1801-1816. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1968), pp. 15, 3112, Primary quality.

    March Term 1805
    Ordered that Edward Meadows Richard White John Duncan Chas Arthur Joseph Arthur Lawrence Arthur Robert Early Moses Parks Wilson Joy James Brown Alexander Goodin and Willoby Blake be added to John Slaughter to assist in keeping of the road.
    p. 311 – October 1808 [Tax list]
    Meadows, Isom, 100 acres 3rd rate land, Knox County, 2 horses, 50¢
    Marlow, Thomas, no land, 3 horses, 50¢
    Marlow, Allen, no land, 1 horse, 50¢
    Marlow, Reuben, no land, 1 horse, 50¢
    Meadows, Edward, no land, 1 horse, 50¢

  8. Whitley County (Kentucky). Tax Assessor. Tax books, 1819-1875. (Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky State Historical Society, 1952-1953), Primary quality.

    1820, Edward Meadows
    1821, Edward Meadows
    1826, Edward Meadors
    1827, Edward Meadows, 50 acres, Sanders Cr, $50,
    1829, Edward Meadows, 1 horses, $50
    1830, Edward Meadors, 3 horses, $150
    1831, Edward Meadors, 100 acres, Cumb River, 3 horses, $150
    1833, Edward Medors, 1 horse, $45,
    1835, Edward Meadors, 1 voter

  9. 9.0 9.1 Circuit Court Order Books A-C, in Kentucky. Circuit Court (Whitley County). Court records, 1818-1918 ; indexes to court records, 1860-1958. (Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky Division of Archives and Libraries, 1978, 1992), pp. 459, 503, 504; FHL #1028619, May 1818-Mar 1832, Primary quality.

    p. 459 – March 1830
    Middleton by E Meadows vs Blake & Oth
    On motion of the plaintiff, case dismissed
    p. 503 – June 1831
    Commonwealth vs John Smith
    John Smith with Thomas Waldross as security post Bond ($100 each) to Keep the Peace for one year and a day, particularly towards Edward Meadows
    Commonwealth vs Ann Meadows
    Ann Meadows (for $100) with James K. Gallows and J. William Davis ($100 together) post Bond that she Keep the Peace for a year and a day and especially towards Edward Meadows
    p. 504 – June 1831
    Commonwealth vs. Middleton Meadows
    Post Bond of $100, with James Lane and Dancy White as Sureties ($100 Bond) to Keep the Peace for a year and a day and especially towards Edward Meadows
    Commonwealth vs. Joseph Smith
    Post Bond of $100, with Wm Davis as Security ($100) to Keep the Peace for a year and a day and especially towards Edward Meadows

    Note: John and Joseph Smith may be brothers of Ann Meadows.