Person:William Lancaster (25)

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Name William Lancaster
Gender Male
Birth? 1786 Spartanburg, North Carolina
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    1779*Spartanburg Co., SC, Vital Records
    William A. Lancaster Jr. (b. abt. 1779 Spartanburg Co., SC-d. 1840 Hickman Co., TN) Martha (?) Lancaster (b. abt. 1789 Spartanburg Co., SC-d. Perry Co., TN)

    · 1810*Census, #195, Spartanburg Co., SC (00100-00100)
    William Lancaster, listed head of household: 1m (18-25 yrs)? 1f (18-25 yrs)

    · 1810*Spartanburg Co., SC, Court Record File #1248
    February 9th 1810? Will probated: Samuel Lancaster, deceased. Will dated, August 29th 1797. Heirs listed, Leg: wife, Agnes. Children: Larkin, Levi, Lemuel, Aaron, William, Polly, Celah, Nazareth, Claremont, Nancy, Samuel Benjamin, Moses. Other listed, Delilah Saphronia Lancaster, William A. Lancaster Jr., Emily Jones, Moses W. Lancaster, Massa Burrell, and Medora Henry.

    · 1810*Journal of the Ordinary 1807-1810
    April 22nd 1810... Larkin Lancaster, Levi Lancaster & Lemuel Lancaster executors named in the will of Samuel Lancaster deceased refused to serve? Upon application of Agnes Lancaster the widow of said deceased and William Lancaster Junior his son for administration, citation granted.

    · 1810*Spartanburg Co., SC, Court Records
    April 22nd 1810... Larkin, Levi, and Lemuel Lancaster refused to serve as the executors of the estate of Samuel Lancaster, upon application of Agnes, his widow, and William Lancaster, his son, administration of the will was granted to William Lancaster, Agnes stated that his personal estate a part of which is an encumbrance to me, therefore pray your Honor and save the estate from wasting.

    · 1810*Journal of the Ordinary 1807-1810
    May 3rd 1810... Citation returned published? granted to Agnes and William Lancaster? Shands Golightly, Levi Lancaster, Henry Golightly securities.

    · 1810*Journal of the Ordinary 1810-1816
    July 2nd 1810... William Lancaster Junior administrator of Samuel Lancaster returned inventory $2700.90

    · 1810*Spartanburg Co., SC, Court Records
    July 2nd 1810 ... Samuel Lancaster deceased. William Lancaster filed the inventory of Samuel Lancaster's estate. Valued at $2700.90, which included surveyors instruments, 2 viols, blacksmiths tools, etc.

    · 1810*Journal of the Ordinary 1810-1816
    July 14th 1810... William Lancaster Junior returned into office debts due the estate of Samuel Lancaster Esquire deceased

    · 1810*Journal of the Ordinary 1810-1816
    July 14th 1810... William Lancaster Junior returned into office debts due the estate of Samuel Lancaster Esquire deceased

    · 1811*Journal of the Ordinary 1810-1816

    January 22nd 1811? Agnes Lancaster adminstatrix and William Lancaster Jr. administrator of Samuel Lancaster Esquire deceased petition for sell.

    · 1811*Journal of the Ordinary 1810-1816
    March 30th 1811? William Lancaster Junior administrator of the estate of Samuel Lancaster Esquire deceased returned an inventory

    · 1812*Journal of the Ordinary 1810-1816
    January 6th 1812? William Lancaster Junior executor of the estate of Samuel Lancaster Esquire deceased made annual return.

    · 1812*Journal of the Ordinary 1810-1816
    October 10th 1812? William Lancaster Junior executor of the estate of Samuel Lancaster Esquire deceased made return. For the purpose of settling with the legatees? The administrator and adminstatrix of the estate of Samuel Lancaster Esquire came to a settlement before the ordinary and Richard Hewitt, Joseph Meadows, Moses Lancaster and Hardy Williford being present who is legatee? Paid the following: Brittain Williford, William Smith. Each legatee received an eleventh part ? Levi Lancaster, Samuel Lancaster, Hardy Williford and Henry Golightly legatees? November 2nd 1812

    · 1820*Census, Giles Co., TN, page 19 (010010-30011)
    William Lancaster, head of household, 1m (26-45 yrs)... 1f (over 45 yrs)? 1m (10-16 yrs) ... 3f (under 10 yrs) ... 1f (26-45 yrs)

    · 1822*Hickman Co., TN, Deed Book F, page 3
    June 3rd 1822... Registered March 20th 1823: This indenture made this the third day of June in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and twenty two between David Russell of the county of Hickman and the State of TN of the one part and William Lancaster of the county and state aforesaid of the other part, Witnessed: That the said David Russell for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred and ninety dollars to him in had paid by the said William Lancaster the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath given, granted bargained, aligned, conveyed and confirmed unto the said William Lancaster his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land situated lying and being in the county of Hickman and State of Tennessee on the south side of Duck River and on the east side of Beaverdam Creek bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on a box elder and sycamore on the bank of the creek, running east seventy six poles to a forked beech it being the northeast corner of John C. McLemore and John Davis 383 acres entry, thence south with their line 60 poles to a small poplar and hornbeam, thence east 50 poles to a hickory near the top of a high ridge, thence north 66 and 6/10 of a pole to an ellum and white oak, thence east 5 poles to two dogwoods, thence north 137 poles to a small ash and hornbeam, thence west 35 poles to a small ash and white oak on Levi Lancaster's line, thence south 9 poles to a white oak it being the south east corner of said Lancaster's one hundred acres tract, thence west 108 poles to a forked white oak crossing the creek, thence up said creek with its various meanders to the beginning 160 poles containing by estimation one hundred and eighteen acres be it the same more or less.

    To have and to hold the aforesaid lands with all the singular the rights, profits, emoluments, heredataments, and appurtenances of in, and to the same belonging in or in anywise appertaining to the only proper use and behalf of him and said William Lancaster his heirs forever and the said David Russell for his self his heirs, executors and administrators doth covenant and agree with the said William Lancaster his heirs and assigns that the aforesaid recited land and bargained premises he will warrant and defend against the right, title, claim or interest, of all and every person whatsoever. In witness whereof the said David Russell hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year above written, signed, sealed and delivered in presents of Levi McCollum, Dixon Walker. Signed, David Russell. October Session 1822.

    · 1830*Census, Hickman Co., TN, page 256, (1010001-02200101)
    William (40-50=1780-1790) Lancaster, listed head of household
    1f-30-40=(1790-1800) wife... 1f- 50-60 yrs=(1770-1780)? 2f (5-10 yrs=1820-1825)...
    2f (10-15 yrs=1820-1815)? 1m (under 5 yrs=1825-1830)... 1m (10-15 yrs=1815-1820)

    · 1838*Hickman Co., TN, Court Records 1833-1856
    July Term, 1838... State verses A. McClanahan. Witnesses: William Lancaster

    · 1839*Hickman Co., TN, Court Records 1833-1856
    June Term, 1839... State verses John Parham. Witnesses: William Lancaster
    1839*Hickman Co., TN-Bill of Sale, Book K, page 182
    October 10th 1839... Received of William Lancaster's Bill of Sale... To W. H. Carothers. Fifteen hundred and fifty dollars in full consideration for five Negroes I have this day sold here by virtue of a deed of trust empowering me so to do from Samuel Whitson, Negroes as follows. Daniel, aged about fifty yrs., Hanna, about forty two yrs., Carolina, six yrs., Mina four yrs. and Eliza one year old. Said Negroes shall warrant and defend the right of the same and slaves for life given under my hand this tenth September 1839. Signed: W. H. Carothers. Witnessed, Robert Shegog.

    · 1839*Hickman Co., TN-Bill of Sale
    November 19th 1839... Received of William Lancaster sum Fifteen hundred and fifty dollars in full consideration of the following named Negroes as follows, Daniel, aged about fifty yrs., Hanna, about forty two yrs., Carolina, six yrs., Mina four yrs. and Eliza one year old and slaves for life. Sales, Warrant and defend the right and title to said Negroes from my heirs and me and from all and every other person or persons whatsoever. Witness my hand and seal this day 1839. Signed: Samuel Whitson. Witnessed, P. M. Hornback

    · 1840*Census, Hickman Co., TN, page 177, (00010001-0010001)
    William Lancaster, head of household 1m (50-60 yrs=1780/90)... 1f (40-50 yrs=1790/1800) 1m (15-20 yrs=1820-1825)... 1f (10-15 yrs=1825-1830)

    · 1840*Hickman Co., TN, Deed BK. K, pg. 388-389
    Infomat/submitted by: Jerree, From The River Counties, Vol. 9:20 by Jill K Garrett. William Lancaster to Benjamin Greer, 135-acres in District 1 on west side of Dry Creek. Witnesses: H S B Cooper & William Briggs. Made 5th September 1840. Registered 7th September 1840."

    · 1845*Hickman Co., TN, Court Records, Guardian Settlements, 1833-1856, pg. 89 December 1845... Settlement with Isaac Lancaster and Lewis D. Lowe, administrators of the estate of William Lancaster, deceased. Collected E. William's note; paid Samuel Lancaster $5.00 for hauling; paid the following accounts (debts). R. W. Fain, Evan Williams, J. P. Morrison, John Lancaster, E. Craig, S. B. Moore, John W. Grimes, B. Chandler, M. A. Russell, William Flowers, William Bird, S. H. and A. M. Williams, J. C. Thornton for services in hauling millstone, James Walker for coffin, $6.00. First Monday in December 1845.

    · 1846*Hickman Co., TN, Court Records, Guardian Settlements, 1833-1856, pg. 112 June 1846... Settlement with William Woolard, guardian of Matilda J. Woolard, James W. Woolard, Mary A. Woolard, Elizabeth A. Woolard, Rachel C. Woolard, and Samuel J. Woolard; reports money received from the administrator of William Lancaster, deceased, and interest on same for three months; reports amount received for land which was sold by the guardian on his own responsibility, including the wards interest in dower; a payment made to Elizabeth Murphree and to Isaac Lancaster, as per division of land. June 1846.

    · 1846*Hickman Co., TN, Court Records, Guardian Settlements, 1833-1856, pg. 128 August 1846... Settlement with Isaac Lancaster and Lewis D. Lowe, administrators of the estate of William Lancaster, deceased. Receipts from Elizabeth Murphree and William Woolard, payment made to Martha Lancaster and to the heirs of Moses Lancaster. First Monday in August 1846. D.B. Warren, Deputy clk.

    · Children of William A. and Martha (?) Lancaster
    (1) (Moses Lancaster (b. 1804/10-d. bef. 1830 Hickman Co., TN) has heirs?)
    (2) Matilda Lancaster (b. 1811) married Lewis D. Lowe
    (3) Harriet Lancaster (b. 1812) married William Woolard (b.1794)
    (4) Martha Lancaster (b. 1815)
    (5) Mary Elizabeth Lancaster (b. 1818) married Caleb James Murphree
    (6) Isaac Lancaster (b. 1820/22-d. 1871) married 1st Dorinda Shipp 2nd Martha

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