Poe Family in
NC - 53
David Bray Surry 1782
Quaker Meeting: Deep Creek. Some names from Randolph Co,
Part 4: Deep Creek Monthly Meeting
The Encyclopedia of Quaker Genealogy, Vol. I, Deep Creek Monthly Meeting, Page 971
DEEP CREEK MONTHLY MEETING
Surry (now Yadkin) County,
establishment of Deep Creek Monthly
Meeting of Friends, Surry, (now Yadkin) County,
of the Committee appointed to visit the preparative meeting of Deep Creek on
their request to hold a monthly meeting among themselves, after visiting them,
Report that we think it will be best to grant their request; with the Quarterly
Meeting appointing a committee to attend the sittings thereof for their help
and instruction as long as the Quarterly Meeting shall think necessary, all
which we submit to the Quarterly Meeting: - Jacob Hunt, Joseph Hoggatt, Moses Gregg, Bowater Sumner, Enoch Macy. Which
this Quarterly Meeting concurs with; and directs that they hold said meeting on
the first Seventh day in each month, and their preparative meeting on the fifth
of the same week and appoints John Talbot, Jacob Hunt, Tristim
Barnard, James Thornbrugh, Allen Unthank and Abijah
Coffin, to attend the first opening
thereof, and Barnedas Coffin, Hezekiah Starbuck, John
Sanders and Seth Coffin, to attend the other meetings in the Quarter for at
least two of them at each, who are to report their care and satisfaction to
next meeting. From a Quarterly Meeting held at
Previous to the setting up of a monthly meeting at Deep Creek, the preparative meeting had been under the jurisdiction of Deep River Monthly Meeting. The following list contains the names of some of those who composed the original membership of Deep Creek Monthly Meeting.
George Adams; Susana Adams; William Adams; Francis Barnard, Sr.; Jane Barnet; Daniel Bills; Deborah Bills; Anna Bond; Charlotte Bond; John Bond; Garner Brian; Ann Brown; Jacob Brown; Jane Brown; Mary Brown; William Brown; James Burnside; Mary Burnsides; Adam Coffin; Hannah Davis; Joseph Davis; Ann Dobbins; Jacob Dobbins; Nathan Farmer; Bridget Hadley; Eulis Hadley; Simon Hadly; Ruth Hinshaw; Rebecca Hobson; Stephen Hobson; Israel Hough; Mary Hough; William Hough or Huff; Judith Hutchens; Nicholas Hutchens; Sarah Hutchens; Strangeman Hutchens; Susanna Hutchens; Thomas Hutchens; Jemima Johnson; John Johnson; Daniel Jones; Joseph Keys, Jr; Lydia Keys; Jos. Noblet; Samuel Pearson; Ann Philips; Sarah Reece; Catherine Russel; Charles Russell; Sarah Shugart; Zachariah Shugart; John Stanfield; Archelus Stanley; Ann Stockton; Thomas Vestal; Samuel Welch; Keziah Worth; Jemima Zacry; William Zachery;
Preparative meetings under Deep Creek Monthly Meeting included Deep Creek, Hunting Creek, Small Creek and Ferbush Creek.
94 21 April 1788 Samuel Kennedy (Kaniday) to Moses Williams 20 pds 20 ac Wilkes County in Co line little Reedy fok; part land where Samuel now lives conveyed to him by Jesse Franklin
John Williams) s/Samuel Kaniday
413 20 October 1788 James Revis & wife Mary to John Hutchens 700 pds 378 ac N fork Deep Ck adj Simon Gross, Fredr Shores Spring Br; part 640 ac Gr James Reavis
John Reavis) s/James Reavis
Edward Clanton) Sarah Lafoon (x)
William Poe (9) 1 m >16, 3 m < 16, 5 f
248 12 March 1792 George Wooten to William Poe 150 pds 270 ac adj William Petty
Ephraim McLimore (x)
Henry Poe (x) George Wooten (x)
Revolutionary War Patriot Henry W. Poe
According to his Revolutionary War records, Henry W. Poe was born in 1758 in Culpeper Co, Virginia and died after 1732 in Sullivan County, Tennessee
Full documents at:
17 Jul 1792
Elizabeth Poe Groom: James Master Bond Date: 17 Jul 1792 Record #: 01 156 Bondsman: George Hudspeth Bond #: 000146226
* 19 September 1768 – George Hudspeth was a
neighbor and maybe relation to the
(FHL# 306,125) Vol. H. p. 507 Doc. 30 This indenture
made the nineteenth day of September One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Eight
between Thomas Bradford of the
James Masters and Elizabeth Poe. 17 July 1792; George Hudspeth, bm.
Edmund Poe and Sarah Parker. 30 November 1794. James Masters, Bm.
See research on this family found on the web: http://poegen.net/NC/Studies/parkergeorgeandRebeccafamilies.htm
Edmund Poe Bride: Sarah Parker. Bond Date: 30 Nov 1794 Record #: 01 185 Bondsman: James Masters Bond #: 000146872
information pertains to the Poe that settled in Habersham Co, GA and then
onto Benton / Calhoun (and Talledega) Counties in
Research is ongoing, but this group appears
connected to Surry / Wilkes /
Family Notes passed on to me:
At top “Ages of the children of Edmund Poe and Sarah his wife:
Note from a research in this family:
Wilkes County, NC
See Green Cemetery images Calhoun Co, Alabama
Sarah Parker POE 80y 1848
THIS PROVIDES A BIRTH DATE OF 1762. Most charts show Sarah
married at 15 not 26. This effects the age presumed for husband
95 2 January 1794 Archelus Stanley (Standley) & wife Elizabeth to Peter Fitzgerrald 64 pds Specie 150 ac Fall Br which Archelus bought of John McCollum adj Williams & Bramlett (Hamblett?? my question)
Sarah Huchens) Archeleus Standley (x)
Jesse Standley (x) Elizabeth Standley (x)
330 20 August 1794 Henry Speer to Augustine Willard 40 pds 120 ac waters Deep Ck adj Christian Weatherman, John Barren & John Hutchins; pt 200 ac Gr Weatherman 10 December 1790
Henry Young) J. Carter)
Chas Hunt) s/H. Speer
334 21 July 1796 Airs Hudspeth Junr to Samuel Ayers 100 pds 42 ac N side N fork Deep Ck adj Jhn Hutchens, John Stanfield; part Gr John Hutchens 1779; also 100 ac adj Joshua Brown & Elmore; also 40 ac adj avove, Bruce Hutchens & Standfield
George C. Holcomb) s/Airs Hudspeth
8 February 1796 A deed from George Wooten to William Poe was proved by Henry Poe and ordered to be registered 6 paid.
NOTE: The Continuing mentioned of George Wooten in records pertaining to Willam Poe lends support that Henry Poe was a son of William Poe.
1810 Census for
16 May 1798 Aaron Freeman* overseer of new road
Many listed from the Bills family (connected to this researcher) including Daniel Bills, Gershom Bills, David Bills, Isaac Bills, Joshua Bills, William Bills
Many listed from Bray family, including David Bray (Sr. and Jr.), Hanan (Hanon) Bray, Joseph Bray, Littleberry (Littlebury) Bray, Nathan Bray, Peter Bray, Stogner Bray, William Bray
* Freeman married with Poe in
>>> failed to write down date for this
William T. Lewis to David Bray, Srds 200 ac ---- Nathan Bray, Zenas Baldwin, Wm T. Lewis
15 November 1798
Ordered that the court that Raleigh Poe (Rolley) be appt. Overseer of the road from the Island Ford from Pipes Creek to the Wilkes Line and the hands convenient work thereon.
Vol. G&H 1795-1800
18 October 1802
Henry Speer to Henry Bray 300 acres on water of Deep Creek and Hunting Creek on Wards Branch adj. Lewis Elliotts NW corner of 150 acres & John Whalen. John Bray. November term 1802
1800 Surry Census
Polley Pow 1 <10, 1 26/45; 1<10, 2 10/16, 1>45
Bk I, p. 201 William Poe and Elizabeth Poe* of Surry Co., NC to Isaac Hudson of Rowan Co, NC. 150 pounds 270 acres adjoining William Petty; part of 400 acres granted to George Wooton by deed on 9 August 1787.
William Poe (X) seal
Elizabeth Poe (X) seal
Duly proven in
* This seems to be the William Poe of the
William Poe “JR”, John Poe and Benjamin Poe
Colonial soldiers of the South, 1732-1774. Murtrie June Clark
Muster Roll of Capt.
19 Pvt Benjamin Poe *
27 Pvt William Poe**
53 Pvt John Poe**
104 Pvt Charles Poe - the only other time besides these two that research has shown the name Charles Poe is this:
* Benjamin Poe b.
** These records
Surveys, Tithables, Relinguishes,
1747 - 1748
NATHANIEL CHAPMAN, assignee of George
Chapman, 9 Dec. 1747 - 9 July 1748; "Mr. George Chapman of
CAPT. JOHN GRANT, dec'd
(same information as above) 11 Dec. 17479 Feb. 1747/48; 400 a. between the
North R., Hungar Run, Jobbers Mt.
& Capt. Compton in the little fork. CC -
JAMES GREEN, assignee of William Tapp, 9 Dec. 1747 (date from survey, no warrant included) - 5 Feb. 1747/48; 200 a. adj. Capt. James Compton. "Memd William Tapp Desires to have the deed made out to his Son in Law James Green." CC - John Poe & James Green. Marker – John Roberts. Surv. James Genn.
WILLIAM POE, 9 Dec. 1747 - 26
Feb. 1747/48; 200 a. at Little Batte Run.
28 May 1753.
William Beverly of Blanfield,
For lives of William
Yearly rent on 7 December at
21 June 1753. Proved by Robert Coleman and John Gough
20 June 1754. Proved by William Russell,
9 October 1769
Herman Husband of
9 October 1769
Herman Husband of Orange, yeoman, to John McCausland of same, planter, thirty pounds, 189 acres, part of tract from Granville to Husband 11 December 1762, called Desolate Hills begin at a hickory tree the cor. tree of Desolate; W 60 ch., N 25 ch. E 140 p. S to beginning; signed: Herman Husband; witness: Henry Bray, David Smith (X); proved by Bray January Term 1770
October 1769, Herman Husband of Orange, yeoman, to David Smith of same, planter, seventy four pounds, 503 acres, on waters of Loves Cr., part of tract from Granville to Husband 11 December 1762 recorded in Book E, page 168, begin at a post oak the beginning of Desolate, W 11 ch. N 15 ch. To a red oak, E 36 ch., N 20 ch, E 38 from the beginning; signed: Herman Husband; witness: John McCausland, Henry Bray; proved by Bray January Term 1770.
2 February 1773 -- David Smith to William Poe - 20 pds - 50 a. being part of a track of land originally conveyed to Herman Husbands from the Earl of Granville by a pattent bearing date the 11 December 1762 and called Dessolute Meadows - on Loves Creek.
Henry Bray David Smith
Adam Ramsower* Mary Smith
* Ramsour? Which is mentioned in the will of Henry Bray
20 July 1775
Deed Book B, page 72.
Deed from William Poe & wife to Henry Bray*, proved by John Wilkerson
23 June 1775
Deed David Smith & wife to William Poe, proved by Henry Bray
6 February 1801
BK I, p. 155 6 February 1801 Thomas Wiles of Surry to Wiley Dickison of Surry. $150.00 130 acres on the waters of Deep Creek adjoining Poe, Arnold, Debord, John Pendry and Mills.
William Mills Thomas Wiles (seal)
Thomas Wright Proved in Surry Co Court May Term 1801 by oath of Thomas
Wright, Esq. & ordered to be registered. Test Jo Williams, C C: by Jo Williams,
23 March 1801 John Speer, Senr, of Surry to Levi Speer. 10 shillings current money of
NC 100 acres on Joseph's Creek adjoining Peter Elder; granted to sd Speer by State of
William Stevens John (X) Speer (seal)
Isham Melton (X) Duly proven in Surry Co Court May Term 1801 by oath of William Stevens & ordered to be registered. By Jo Williams, Junr, D. C.
18 October 1802
Henry Speer to Henry Bray 300 acres on Water of Deep Creek and Hunting Creek on Wards Branch adj Lewis Elliotts NW corner of 150 acres & John Whalen.
August Term 1808
87.. Ordered Joseph Thompson, Senr. appointed overseer of
88. Ordered Rolley
Poe appointed overseer of rad from Ross'
94. Ordered Philip Howard, Junr. appointed overseer of road in room of William Wiliams
98. Ordered Charles Howard appointed overseer
of orad from the Dry Branch into the Road leading
from Daivs Thomas' to
(page 156 of the library book)
A deed from Roby & Sarah Poe to Martin Southard was ack'd by said Roby & ordered to e registered. 6/pd.
(could this be "Rhodis / Rhoden / Rhody Poe" mentioned in other sources? such as Caswell Co Deed Book F Page 127-8 18 Mar 1788.
David Corbin of
8 June 1809
Wife Susanna to have 100 a homeplace, Negro wench Pegg. Dau. Susanna Carter to have Negro girl Hager. Dau. Sarah Poe. Daus. Mary Philips, Nancy Poe, Ruth Woode. 2 youngest sons: Benjamin & Abraham – 250 A adj. Obediah Martin. Wit: Obadiah Martin, Nauman Woode, Abiram & Benj. Carter.
Codicil 1813 gives wife Susanna a Negro Jack.
Prvd. By Martin and the Carters
Rec. Aug. Court 1815
Raleigh Poe 1 <10, 1 26/45; 2<10, 2 10/16, 2 16/26, 1 26/45 1>45 (may be 2 slaves, hard to read)
From John Pace, July 25,
2009. [these men] are in fact
On jury for many cases: David Bray, Jr., Raleigh Poe, James Howard
14 May 1810
Jurors fees to
Raleigh Poe proves 4 days and 40 miles
David Bray, Jun. 4 days, 12 miles
James Howard 4 days, 20 miles
16 August 1810
Deed for Benjamin and Peter Pierson to Raleigh Poe was proved in open court by the oath of William Thornton and ordered to be registered.
15 August 1811
Raleigh Poe on road layout with Jesse Kennedy
(may be same name as “
August Term 1811
249. Ordered Hinson Atha appointed overseer of the
Balies Ford Roadfrom Huntsvilleto the , and the hands convenient work thereon with the addition of William Howard, Henry Frady, and John Hill. County Line
251. Ordered Peter Groce appointed overseer of the road in the room of Abraham Cunningham from Loyd's Meadow to the upper end of
254. Ordered Robert Brooks appointed overseer of the road in room of Rolley Poe from Ross' Ford on
to William Kenady's Senr. Mitchels River
260. Ordered Bennett Jarvis appointed overseer of road beginning at the Sign Post near William Patterson's plantation to
Wilkes Roadnear Daniel Cockerham's
(Bills are ancestors of this researcher)
Daniel Bills, Jr. and Polly Ketchum 31 December 1813; Edwin Chaffin bm.
Thomas Bills and Mary Collins, 11 February 1813, Gersham Bills, bm.
David Browning and Polly Miller 23 October 1805
Other last names include Cain, Caudle, Elliott, Gwin (Guin) and Hatcher
There are Day marriages and Brittain marriages in 1802 and 1846. Day and Brittain are connected to Poe in
3:116a. Will of Joseph Guin,
Jr. 18 April 1813. Wife - Nancy. Youngest son Lewis to have estate & mill.
Other children have had their part. Exrs: wife Nancy,
James Hannah, John Bryson. Wit: Thomas Snow, Mitchel Thompson,
14 May 1816
Administration on the estate of Joel Kennedy dec'd is granted unto Aaron Kennedy who entered into bond with Shadrack Franklin & Raleigh Poe his securities in the sum of pounds 150 ; for his faithful performance. The admr quallified agreeable to law. 8/pd. Ordered that letters of administration issue.
Administration on the estate of Samuel Carter dec'd (which was left out of the will) is granted unto Burges Sisk who entered into bond in the sum of pounds 1000:-:- with Ephraim Carter & Isaac Sisk his secy's. etc.
Index of the book lists these people, but did not look them up.
Amey Bray, Anny Bray, David Bray, David Bray, Jun., David Bray Sen., Hana Bray, Hanan Bray, Hanon Bray, Joseph Bray, Littleberry Bray, Nathan Bray, William Bray
James Britain, John Briton
1815 330 a South Fork $1000
1816 330 a Mitchell’s River $1000 1 white poll
1817 330 a South Fork $110 Poll =1
1819 300 a adjoining Mary Wright on M. River $100
Note that there is James Britton, John
Britton, William (Little) Britton as wellas Thomas Day
Sr. in Surry county. Day, Brittain (Britton) and Poe
Bills (this researcher’s ancestors) have 339 a on Harmons Creek and Code Creek in 1819.
Bray’s heirs are mentioned in the 1819 tax list
Jurors for March 1814 include David Bray, Sen., Thomas Vestal, Raleigh Poe, Hatley, Charles Taliaferro, Elliott, Strangeman Hutchens, Daniel Bills, Sen.
15 November 1820
Ordered by the court that the following persons be appointed to View and Turn the Road at William Lewis Franklin's agreeable to petition filed to wit, Lewis Franklin, Fielding Snow, Simpson Snow, Henderson Thomson, Thomas Nixon, John Franklin, Aaron Marchell, Raleigh Poe, Aaron Write, Daniel S Writh, Elisha Isaacs, Nathan Jackson and John Marsh and make report to next court.
Vilenty Poe Groom: Lemuel Lewis Bond Date: 08 Sep 1823 Record #: 01 139 Bondsman: Thos Norman Bond #: 000145868
Tuesday February 10th 1824
Orderd by the court that AARON KANADAY* be appointed [GUARDIAN] to NANCY LEWIS and ELCANAH LEWIS who enterd into bond in the sum of $1500 with RALEIGH POE and WM THOMPSON his secys which secy was approved of by the court which court consisted of JONATHEN HAYNES, GEORGE D HOLCOMB and HENRY P POINDEXTER Esqrs.
* A man by this names
lived near Poe in
1800 Witnessed land transaction William Poe
1802 Aaron Canaday 200 ac in Wilkes on Big Elkin Creek joins John Poe's line.
1803 William Poe 120 acres big Elkin Creek
1804 Canaday 150 acres
begins at John Poe's line on N side of the "creek and runs W.
1809 witnessed land transaction John Poe
1810 William Poe 100 acres on big Elkin Creek joins his old line etc.
1811 NC Grant Isaiah Fields Big Elkin John Poe's line
16 February 1825
LARKIN CANADAY appointed CONSTABLE who enterd into bond with AARON KENADAY & RALEIGH POE his secy & qualified acording to law. 6jpd
Raleigh Poe vs JOHN BAILEY
HENRY G HAMPTON a witness for the plff pro_
JAMES G PARKS for do proves 3 days 28 mile
17 February 1825
JOHN HAINES vs JOHN MONEY - No 14 - The jury whose names are under written being duly impanald and sworn viz: JOHN EDWARDS, THOMAS HAINES, DABNEY WALKER, FROST SNOW, WILLIAM COLLINS, ISAAC WILLIAMS, AARON KENADAY, CHAMBERS C PATTERSON, RALEIGH POE, RILEY WHITAKER, WILLIAM COX, WILLIAM THOMPSON who say we find for the defendant. HENRY MONEY for deft proves 12 days 96 miles.
WM CHEEK for do proves 7 do 86
On motion jdgt on security
10 May 1825
LACY WITCHER vs RALEIGH POE
WILLIAM WITCHER for plff proves 4 days 100 miles.
BENJ EATONS exr vs JAMES STEELMAN admr
DAVID BATEY for plff proves 14 days 204 miles.
9 August 1825
LACY WHITCHER vs RALEIGH POE - No 26 - The jury whose names are under written being duly impanald and sworn JOHN WHITLOCK, DANIEL
PILCHER, JOHN ROBERTSON, JAMES SNOW, WILLIAM JARVICE, PERRY CHIN, MAJOR AUSTILL, NEEDHAM ROGERS, ISAAH COE, WILLIAM CUNINGHAM, THO H REECE, SAML JOHNSON who say we find all the issues in favour of the plff and assests his damage to $60. Appeal prayd & granted with SHADRACK FRANKLIN & JNo ROBERTS secy
RALEIGH POE vs JOHN BALEY
SAINTCLEAR MICKLE a witness for deft, proves 4 days & 56 miles.
JOHN G PARKS for plff proves 2 days & 30 miles.
15 November 1825
RALEIGH POE vs JOHN B BAILEY
LARKING KENNADAY for the plaintiff proves 5 days and 108 miles.
20 November 1825
15 February 1826
RALEIGH POE vs JOHN BALEY - No 18- The jury whose names are under
written being duly impanald and sworn THO CHAPMAN, HENRY MOCK, WELCOMB HODGES, BENJ JOHNSON, FRED LONG, PETER GRAVES, WM JEFFERY, ISAAC CALLIWAY, WM DAVIS, JOSEPH RENAGAR, DAVID HUTCHANS, DAVID HOBSON who say we find all the issues in favour of the plaintiff & asses his damage to $14.
JAMES PARKS for plff proves 4 days 28 miles.
STCLAIR MCMICKLE for deft proves 2 do & 28 do.
LARKING KANADAY for ptff proves 3 do & 36 do.
16 February 1826
RALEIGH POE vs BENJ & PETER PEARSON - No 8 - Attachment 1udgment by
default final for $20 with interest from 7 Feby 1807 jud of? made for $35 in the hands of SOLOMON GRAVES executor of JESSE FRANKLIN dec'd former garnshee.
LARKINS KANEDAY is appointed CONSTABLE with AARON KENADAY & RALEIGH POE secys & qualified acording to law. 6pd.
11 May 1826
RALEIGH POE vs JOHN B BAILEY – In the appeal on motion ordered by the court that judgment issue against WM C MARTIN & ALFRED MARTIN
12 February 1828
LARKING KENEDY is appointed CONSTABLE who enterd into bond with RALEIGH POE & WM LYON his secys & qualifyd agreeable to law. 6jpd.
1828 (didn’t write down month and day)
HENRY RICHARSON & OTHERS to SAML LEWIS was proven by the oath of HARDIN POE & o.r 6/jpd.
R H PARKS & W J PARKS to RI GUIN was proven by ALFRED W MARTIN & o.r. 6/pd
14 November 1832
The STATE vs ALVIS POE - No 29 - On Recog Docket - The deft comes into court & submits. Judgement of the court that he pay $1.00.
p.868. February 1826
Ordered Benjamin Potter appointed overseer of the road leading from Jonesville to the intersection of said road with the Main State Road leading to Gap Civil, and that he be authorized to call on the hands of the Widow Franklin; Widow of James Franklin, dec'd; of Fountain Snow; Fielding Snow; Thomas Nixons; Matthew Norman; Elijah Thompson, Esq; Ambrose Johnsons; Joseph Isaacs; William Douglass; James Thompson (stay-maker); the wdow Riggs; Lott Wilmouth; James Thompson, Senr; Joseph Thompson (smith); Joseph Thompson, Junr; Elijah Isacks; Frederick Wolf; Lewis Franklin; John Franklin; Aaron Kennedy*; the widow Marshall; Raleigh Poe; William Thompson, Senr; William Marsh; William Kennedy; John Kennedy, Larkin Holbrook; John Thompson; John Hughes; Meshack Franklin; Macajah Oglesby; Mark Ross; Cable Davis and Robert Davis, to cut out the aforesaid road.
* 1790 Census: William Powe (6) 2m<16, 1m>16; 3 f
Note: Aaron Kennedy
between these entries (this name is spelled many ways, including
John Powe (5) 2m>16; 1m<16; 2 f
1802 Aaron Canaday 200 ac in Wilkes on Big Elkin Creek joins John Poe's line.
And a daughter
of Simon Poe married a Robert Thompson.
William Poe of
p. 43 John Browning 16 Nov 1752 - 18 Sept 1753. 207 a at Hickman's Mt on the Little Fork of Rappa; adj Joseph Norman, Capt Edwin Hickman. CC (chain carriers) James Hickman and William Poe. Surveyed Richard Young.
Ross family connects somehow to the Maj James Poe
And finally, Simon Poe SR married the widow Marsh in his old age.
921. Ordered the William J. Parks appointed overseer of the road in room of John Denny from Jonesville to the Wilkes Line.
Ordered William Kennedy appointed overseer of
road in room of William Douglass, Senr., from William
Hampton's crossroad towards Gap Civil and the hnad, viz:
924. Ordered Elias Poe
appointed overseer of the road in room of William Douglass from the
* Robert Thompson married daughter of Simon Poe SR
925 (this shows the name
Ordered Ordered Jacob Crouse appointed overseer of road in room of Henry Brown, Esq., from Flat Rock Branch near Hamptonville from the Wilkes Line to the Branch in Messick's old field and the following hands, viz: Elias Messick, Lewis Mock,...... Ttha Elmore ..... Benjamin Hendricks, ... Benjamin Sparks .... Jacob Denny.... Hiram Collins.... Thomas Petty, John Sparks (I did not list them all) and all others within the bounds of the above work under said overseer.
3 January 1827
Alvis Poe Bride: Nancy Lewis Bond Date: 03 Jan 1827 Record #: 01 185
Bondsman: Edward W Marshe (
Alvis Poe and Nancy Lewis 3 January 1827; Edward Marshall, bm.
Raleigh Poe died 1857
Alvis Poe 100 / $300
William Harris and Caroline
Poe 23 December 1852.
WB 5, p. 47
27 May 1859
Will of Janett Poe
I bequeath to my dear old mother Nancy all my land, my cattle, my hogs, and
everything belong to me after paying the doctor’s bill and all just debts.
Witnesses: E B
William Poe age 60