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for good people to do nothing

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ISREAL SNEAD ~ JOHANNAH HENDLEY
SAMUEL SNEAD ~TEMPERENCE BUFORD
PHILLIP BUFORD SNEAD
MARTHA SNEAD ~ HENRY SION ODOM
NANCY ODOM ~ ARTHUR SKIPPER
SILAS SKIPPER ~ ANN
BENJAMIN SKIPPER ~ N.F. FANNY BRIDGES
BERTHA BELLE SKIPPER ~ WILLIAM BASSETT
STEPHEN BASSETT ~ WANDA PARSONS
CHERYL BASSETT ~ DOUGLAS ISEMINGER
DEBORAH ANNE ISEMINGER

 
MICHAEL KING...........RICHARD ODOM.....................ISREAL SNEAD mar, JOHANNAH HENDLEY
son........................................son.........................................son
HENRY KING..............JACOB ODOM SR. .................SAMUEL SNEAD mar. TEMPERANCE BUFORD
daughter...............................son..........................................son
ANN KING   married  JACOB  ODOM JR. ..................PHILLIP BUFORD SNEAD
.............................................son........................................daughter
...................................HENRY SION ODOM   married   MARTHA SNEAD
............................................daughter
....................................NANCY ODOM married ARTHUR SKIPPER
.............................................................................son of
.....................................................................SILAS SKIPPER  married?  unnamed QUICK
............................................................................. son of……………/…………daughter of
 ....................................................................BARNABUS SKIPPER./........THOMAS QUICK
.............................................................................son of……………/…………..son of
.................................................................... GEORGE SKIPPER…/….......AQUILLIA QUICK
  

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Samuel Snead and Temperence Burford

Anson County, NC
Marriages
1451. Snead, Samuel             Buford, Temperence        15 Apr 1750   


 Pp. 192-193:
13 Feb. 1765 GEORGE SKIPPER of Anson, planter,
to BARNBA SKIPPER, forL20 proc. money...50 A
adj.  MR.  GRIFFUTHS,
 granted to JOHN CLARK, 200 A on N side PD,
 near mouth of Little Creek, conveyed from
CLARK to SKIPPER 1Feb 1749...GEO. SKIPPER (SEAL),
Wit:  SAML SNEAD, JOHN CRAWFORD, THOS.  MOORMAN
Recd. L20 of BARNABA SKIPPER 14 Feb 1765.  
 GEO. SKIPPER (SEAL).

ANSON COUNTY EARLY RECORDS
North Carolina, Reference 929.156 M 11

Anson Records Page 74.
Ordered Francis Clark to be appointed overseer to road from the province line to Solomon's Creek and that his own hands and that of John Thomas, Benj. Skipper, James Baggett, Dunn Rice, John Mercer (Moonseer) and Barnaby Skipper, work same and in connection with the company under Captain Samuel Snead build a bridge over Solomon's Creek. Recorded on 13 January 1772.

 

Samuel X Snead, of Queen Creek, to his dau. Susan, wife of Thomas Reynolds, 45 acres,

adjoining his

plantation.  Dat. 23 Mch., 1652.  Witn: Henry Collett, John Draper, Wm Bashly.

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Phillip Snead

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Martha Snead and Henry Sion Odom

 Henry Sion Odom,  and  Martha Snead

 children:
Ann
Betsy
Patsy
Samuel b: bet 1790-1810
Rebecca b: 1800
Henry Sion b: 1802
Nancy  b: abt 1805 in Marlboro Co., SC
Philip b: 1806
Temperance b: abt 1812
Martha b: abt 1814

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Alphabetical Rent Roll of Virginia 1704/05
(c) 1994

For more information on the early Virginia planters, consult:
Wertenbaker, Thomas J., The Planters of Colonial Virginia,
Russell & Russell New York, New York
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/chowan/taxlists/1704rent.txt
Burford Wm King & Queen County, 1704
Hendley Charles Princess Anne County, 1704
Snead John Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul, 1704
Snead Robt. York County, 1704
Snead Tho Essex County, 1704
Snead Tho Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul, 1704

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/chowan/taxlists/1704rent.txt

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   PATE CEMETERY
                                                                 
                                     From Laurinburg, Scotland County, drive west on Hwy #79 5.9
                                     miles to Dunc Pate Rd. Turn left. Drive about 100 yards to the
                                     edge of a field. Look to your right about 50 yards and near the
                                     edge of the woods you will see a small brick fenced cemetery.
                                     This tract of land was granted by King George III to Samuel
                                     Snead in 1767, conveyed by Snead to Rice Henderson in 1768.
                                     Henderson conveyed this land to Thoroughgood Pate I of English
                                     descent in 1769, and Pate to Thoroughgood Pate II in 1800.
This file was contributed for use
                           in the USGenWeb
                                    Archives by: Myrtle Bridges  hbridges@att.net

This is Barnabus's brother

Anson Records Page 108.
Ordered that Henry Harrington have leave to turn the road leading from Haley's Ferry down by Colonel Charles Madlocks. To view same: Charles Madlocks, William Speed, Benjamin Skipper, Henley Snead, John Wall, Zachariah Morris, John Jones, Shadrack Baggett, Richard Leak, Edward Almond, James Baggett. Adj. Recorded April, 1777.

1792 - 1793 Tax Records Robeson County, NC

Solomon Snead
Benjamin Skipper

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Folder: 1804
Information: Summons for Joseph BELL to appear "immediately" and testify
against John SNEAD and others.
Date: 10 Jan 1804
Date of: Summons
County: Craven
Folder: 1804
Information: Appearance bond for John SNEAD, William SNEAD, & Adam BANTZ with
bondsmen John James PASTEUR, William JOHNSTON, & William TIGNOR to appear and
answer a charge of assault and riot on the night of 12th of August. Charge
made by Joseph BELL.
Date: 13 Aug 1803
Date of: Bond
County: Craven
Folder: 1804
Information: Oath by Joseph BELL that on the 12th of August at about half
after 12 o'clock after he had locked the street & yard door of his house, and
after his family had gone to bed and he was about to, that he heard a noise of
several people at this door and that the side door was burst open and Adam
BANTZ, William SNEAD, John SNEAD, & Liberius HUNGERFORD and William WATSON
entered the house. BELL asked them what they meant by breaking into his house,
and WATSON answered that it was a damned lie, and at the same moment BANTZ
charged at him. BELL tried to beat him off, but the others closed in on him
and threw him down and beat him so that he was much bruised
, but he is not
sure whether they used their fists only, or also clubs; he did not see any
club or weapon when they entered his house. BELL states that he is not
conscious of having given the defendants any offense or provocation. The
defendants have made satisfactory amends and it is BELL's desire that the
defendants should be dealt with mildly.
Date: 12 Aug 1803/21 Jany 1804
Date of: Event/Oath
County: Not given
Folder: 1804
Information: Indictment of John SNEAD, William SNEAD, Adam BANTZ, and William
WATSON with others as yet unknown for riotously assembling and assaulting
Joseph BELL so that his life was despaired of.
Date: 12 Aug 1803/January term 1804
Date of: Event/Indictment
County: Craven

Folder: 1804
Information: Oath of William BELL and James HOLLOWAY that John SNEAD, William
SNEAD, Libius HUNGERFORD, William WATSON, Adam BANTZ, and Paul SHURFFIELD
riotously assembled and assaulted Joseph BELL in his house. The sheriff is
ordered, therefore to arrest J. SNEAD, W. SNEAD, HUNGERFORD, WATSON, BANTZ,
and SHURFIELD. (Back: "The defendant Libius HUNGERFORD failing to give surety
for his appearance you are therefore to receive the said HUNGERFORD into jail
& him safely keep until discharged").
Date: 12 Aug 1803/13 Aug 1803
Date of: Event/Oath and order to arrest
County: Craven
Folder: 1804
Information: Deposition of Libius HUNGERFORD upon a warrant against him:
States that about 12 o'clock at night he was passing the home of Joseph BELL
and heard a noise and a cry of murder in the house. He entered by the back
door and saw John SNEAD, Wm SNEAD, Adam BANTZ, & Wm. WATSON beating Joseph
BELL, that BELL though resisting was overpowered, & held on the floor by his
hair by some of the persons while the others beat him with sticks and fists.
Bell cryed murder. HUNGERFORD disengaged BELL who had one of the others under
him, and sat BELL on the stairs. John SNEAD then gave HUNGERFORD a blow and
called him a rascal for interfering, and ordered him home, threatening to whip
him. HUNGERFORD then left, J. SNEAD giving him 2 more blows with his stick.
There were 3 other persons there that HUNGERFORD did not know who appeared to
be with the rioters.
Date: 12 Aug 1803/13 Aug 1803
Date of: Event/Deposition
County: Craven
Folder: 1804
Information: Oath of Joseph BELL that he believes that Libius HUNGERFORD was
one of a party, with John SNEAD, Wm SNEAD, Adam BANTZ and others unknown who
committed a riot and assault at his house. The others named have been
apprehended. Therefore, the sheriff is ordered to arrest HUNGERFORD. (Back:
Libius HUNGERFORD 200; Abner PASTEUR 200).
Date: 12 Aug 1803/18 Aug 1803
Date of: Event/Oath and arrest warrant
County: Craven

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Myrtle BRIDGES, 1997 Extracts from the NC Archives on Marlborough Citizens
Generously contributed by Myrtle Bridges, author of a new book on Richmond County, NC
"Our Native Heath Richmond County 1779-1899"
For those who are interested in learning more about the book,
visit her
website.
Thank you, Myrtle!