Person:Nancy Redd (2)

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Nancy Redd
b.Abt 1762
d.Bef 1845
m. 1763
  1. William Redd1759 - 1833
  2. Nancy ReddAbt 1762 - Bef 1845
  3. Alexander Redd, possibly doesn't existAbt 1763 -
  4. Whitaker ReddAbt 1765 - 1828
  5. Henry ReddAbt 1770 -
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Name Nancy Redd
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 1762
Death[2] Bef 1845
References
  1. Amasa Redd, M.D. & Jan V. Garbett. The Utah Redds and Their Progenitors By Lura Redd, Updated Version. (PC-ology, Markham Training Center, Inc. Folio Indexing and Retrieval Engine. 2001)
    record 241.

    As far as I can determine, Whitaker Redd had two sons, William and Whitaker. However, grandfather Lemuel Hardison Redd was baptized for two other sons, Henry Redd and Alexander Redd. They must have died before their father did, or else they remained in Virginia. He also had a daughter, Nancy, I’m told, who married John Pierson. There is no mention of the last three at the time of Whitaker Redd’s death.

  2. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb
    http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/onslow/willa/pearsn01.txt.

    ONSLOW COUNTY, NC - WILL BOOK A - Release Claim to Nancy Pearson Estate, 3 Mar 1845 ----¤¤¤---- Record of Wills, Book A 1800-1825 Onslow County, North Carolina State of North Carolina: Onslow County: For and in consideration of the sum of thirty dollars to us in hand paid good and lawful money to us in hand paid by the said John Wilkins before the sealing and delivering of those present have sold and conveyed by these presents all my wright title and interest in the estate of my Aunt Nancy Pearson estate of her decease in negro land if any and all the personal estate to the said John Wilkins all that may fall to us hereafter which we receipt to us as one partition be the land more or less to him his heirs and assigns forever, be it from us his heirs and assigns to have and hold forever, whereof we have set our hand and seal the 3rd day of March 1845. Catharine (her X mark) Redd William B. Redd TEST: Robert M. Piner Alfred (his X mark) Blackwell Elijah Justice Jr. State of North Carolina: Onslow County: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, February term 1846. Then was the foregoing deed proved in open court by the oath of Elijah Justice and ordered to be registered. Jasper Etheridge, clerk The foregoing deed was registered in due form of law in Book No. 25 and on page 294, May 1st, 1845. L. B. Huggins ___________________________________________________________________ Copyright. All rights reserved. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm This file was contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by: Beverly Cole <f3h7h7jv@coastalnet.com> ___________________________________________________________________

  3.   Zae Hargett Gwynn. Abstracts of the Records of Onslow County North Carolina 1734-1850. (Onslow Co. Records copyright, 1961)
    volume II/entry 347 &348, 14 Dec 1837.

    "Nathaniel Ennett paid 400.00 dollars to William W. Redd for land on New River between Nancy Piersons and Sameul Hardison to the Yopp land and to Elza Hardison's line. 185 acres. Tests: Jos. Ennett, Delilah Ennett.

  4.   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. International Genealogical Index (R). (Copyright (c) 1980, 2002, data as of February 9, 2006)
    Film #: 1553185, Batch #: F503063, Sheet #: 010, Source Call #: 1553185, Printout Call #: N.