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Chowan County was created in 1668 from Albemarle County.

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Information donated by Linda Monticelli at RLMLFM@aol.com
North Carolina Taxpayers, 1679-1790. Vol. 2 (Source: Ancestry.com)
Thomas TAYLOR Jr. - Chowan County 1715
Thomas TAYLOR Sr. - Chowan County 1715

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Information donated by Linda Monticelli at RLMLFM@aol.com
North Carolina Taxpayers, 1679-1790. Vol. 2 (Source: Ancestry.com)
Thomas TAYLOR Jr. - Chowan County 1715
Thomas TAYLOR Sr. - Chowan County 1715

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Information donated by Linda Monticelli at RLMLFM@aol.com
North Carolina Taxpayers, 1679-1790. Vol. 2 (Source: Ancestry.com)
Thomas TAYLOR Jr. - Chowan County 1715

Thomas TAYLOR Sr. - Chowan County 1715

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Information donated by Linda at: rlmlfm@aol.com

Coastal Carolina Indian Center
[Work in Progress]
Free People of Color - by County - 1790 Federal Census

A cross-reference using surnames, known names of Indian families, and historic Indian villages

In researching Indian ancestry, it's important to note that for a variety of reasons in history (usually economic or socio-political), Indian people were often recorded as any race other than Indian. Sometimes "White," other times "Black," or "Negro," and other times "Free Person of Color," "Colored," or "Mulatto."

The entries below have been taken from transcriptions of the 1790 Federal Census for several eastern North Carolina counties. The notes in the right column correlate to the 1790 county/family names to the left. Known Indian villages are given with modern-day equivalent town names, as well as any surnames that appear as "Other Free" on the 1790 census that are surnames also found amongst known Indians in documents (deeds, court records, etc.).


Please keep in mind that just because someone is of a particular surname that has at some point been associated with a particular tribe DOES NOT NECESSARILY mean that the person was of that tribe.
It is necessary to establish a "preponderance of evidence" before making the assumption that someone was of a particular Indian nation.


Continued here: http://www.coastalcarolinaindians.com/research/FPC-1790Census.htm 

 

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Chowan County, NC


Deed Book B #1, Register of Deeds, Chowan County, Edenton, NC:
Page 605. John BENNETT and Rose Bennett to Francis BEASLEY, May 21, 1718, 10
pounds, 200 acres in *Cashigh Neck, joining John SESSIONS, Nathan MOOR and Ward
BERRY. Land I bought of Edward BERRY. Wit. John (his mark) BENNETT, William
KENNEDAY. Reg Nov. 8, 1718.

(Margaret M. Hofmann, Chowan Precinct North Carolina - Genealogical Abstracts of Deed Books 1696 to 1723, (Weldon, NC: The Roanoke News Co., 1984) p. 138.)
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from Lawson's "History of Carolina" 1718...."Chuwon Indians, Town 1, Bennets Creek, fighting men 15 
Land purchase by settlers -1713- chief men of the Chowan Indians...."Thomas Hoytes, James Bennett, Carles Beasley, Jeremiah Purkins" (NC colonial records vol.IV p.33-5) 
1734- "James Bennett, Thos Hoyter, Charles Beasley, Jeremiah Purkin, John Robins, John Reeding, and Nuce Will, Chief Men of the Chowan Indians..." sold land on Bennett's Creek in the part of Chowan County which later became Gates County. 
12 April 1790- James Robins, Benjamin Robins, George Bennett, and Joseph Bennett sold to Samuel Lewis and Samuel Harrell for $100 the last remaining 400 acres of the original tract of 11,360 acres from Chowan Indian grant of 1724 near Bennett's Creek 

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http://sciway3.net/clark/freemoors/CHAPTER1colonial.htm  

Just south of the Nansemond of Norfolk, across the border in Chowan County, what remained of the Chowan Nation were still very much present. In 1724, a total of 11,360 acres was set aside for the Chowan Indians near Bennett’s Creek. Over the years the large Chowan reservation was chipped away as the Indians sold small tracts to satisfy debts and otherwise provide for the tribal needs. In 1734 James Bennett, Thomas Hoyter, Charles Beasley, Jeremiah Puskin (probably ‘Perkins’), John Robbins, John Reading (probably ‘Reed’), & Nuce Will, “Chief men of the Chowan Indians”, sold land on Bennett’s Creek in the part of Chowan County which later became Gates County. In 1758, “James Bennett, John Robbins, Chief men of the Chowan Indians” sold 300 acres of Indian land by deed proved in Gates County, and again in 1763 there appears a record of “James Bennett, James Bennett jr., Amos Bennett, being Bennett’s Creek Indians” sold land acknowledged in Chowan County Court. Though a clear record existed to support the Chowan’s continued claim to their land, this did not stop several local white land speculators from attempting to uproot them. 

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Deed Book B #1, Register of Deeds, Chowan County, Edenton, NC:
Page 605. John BENNETT and Rose Bennett to Francis BEASLEY, May 21, 1718, 10
pounds, 200 acres in *Cashigh Neck, joining John SESSIONS, Nathan MOOR and Ward
BERRY. Land I bought of Edward BERRY. Wit. John (his mark) BENNETT, William
KENNEDAY. Reg Nov. 8, 1718. 

(Margaret M. Hofmann, Chowan Precinct North Carolina - Genealogical Abstracts of Deed Books 1696 to 1723, (Weldon, NC: The Roanoke News Co., 1984) p. 138.) 
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NC STATE WIDE - COURT - Colonial Court Papers, Group 7: 
Miscellaneous Papers; Burgesses, Lord Granville 
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Colonial Court Miscellaneous Papers 
Group 7: Indians and Matters pertaining to ships CCR 192 
Indians—1697-1769 Treaties, Petitions, Agreements, and Court Cases 

http://ftp.rootsweb.ancestry.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/statewide/court/colonial07.txt 

• Indenture between James BENNET and Charles COSBOY and Thomas RITTER 
Jerome PUSHON and Thomas POSHON and John REDING and John REDING of Jovan 
precinct of the first part and Thomas TAILER of the 2nd part. Goes on to 
describe land in Chowan precinct belonging to the Jovan Indians on the 
Bairgras Neck, which they are leasing for farming to TAILER. TAILER will live 
and work there rent free for 2 years, after which he will pay the sum of 200 
pounds of tobacco for 18 years. Witnesses: John FREEMAN, Walter DROUGHAM, 
William FREEMAN. 10 Sept 1733. 

• Deed from James BENNETT, Thomas HITER, Charles BEARDSLEY, Jermiah 
PUSHIN, Indians to James HINTON for land in Chowan Precinct. Adjoins Wm AROM 
and Jacob THIRSTENS. Witnesses: John ALSTON, Thomas GARRETT, Thos. CARMEN. 
Grantors signatures all signed with initials, except Jeremiah PUSHIN, who 
signed his full name. Other signatures (with initials) of grantors not named 
in the deed itself were John ROBINS and Nuce WILL 9 Jan 1733. [The date 20 May 
1734 is also written in to the right of the names of Thomas GARRETT and Thos. 
CARMEN]. 

• Deed from James BENNETT, Thos. HITER, Charles BEARLEY, Jeremiah 
RUFFIN, John ROBINS, John REDING, Hull WILL, Indians of Chowan Precinct in the 
County of Albemarle to Thos. GARRETT of the same precinct and county for land 
in Chowan Precinct, part of patent dated 1724 on Gum Br., bordering Capt. Aron 
BLANSHERDS (full description is included). 7 Apr 1734. Witnesses Mitchell 
WARD, Henry HILL. [All grantors signed with a mark, except Hull WILLS]. 
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The "positive" Chowan families from earliest records of at least 1730 were the Bennett, Perkins, Beasley, Hoyte/Hoyter/Hoytes, Reed & Robins. By 1800 they had also included the Martin and Weaver families. The head researcher of the Nansemond Nation, Fred Bright, is under the opinion that the Perkins, Weaver, Newton families were Chowan. 
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Gates Co, NC DEEDS -Bks A-5 <1776-1803> by Mona Armstrong TAYLOR 1987
Pg 56 <Vol 1 pg 286> 13 Sep 1745 Thomas HILTON & James BENNETT, 
Chowan Indian of Chowan Co to Aaron BLANSHARD of Chowan Co...150 
pds...400 ac in Indian Neck between 2 creeks, Bennetts & Catharine, 
that issue out of N side of Chowan Rv, beginning at a pine in said 
BLANSHARD's land along his line to Thomas GARRETT Sr, along his line 
to a corner tree in Juniper Branch, up branch along line of marked 
trees to land formerly occupied by Henry BONNER, late of county, to 
Bennett's Cr near lower end of Indian Old Field, to tract now in 
possession of Jacob HINTON, along his line to Juniper Branch to a 
maple in Merry Branch to said BLANSHARD's land....
Wit: Ephriman & Benjamin BLANSHARD & Samuel MANSFIELD 
Signed --- Thomas <mark> HILTEN & James <mark & B> BENNETT

Pg 77 <Bk 2 p101> - 19 Nov 1758 James BENNETT & John ROBINS, chief 
men of the CHOWAN Indians, to Edward BRISCO of Chowan,...5 pds....300 
ac on E side of Bennetts Creek between Indian Town & Patrick LAWLEY's 
patent line in Chowan Co., beginning at upper end of Indian Old 
Field, up to high land, down side of pecosin to Indian Gut & 
across....
Wit: Robert TAYLOR ------------ - signed John ROBINS & James 
<B> BENNETT Nov Ct 1789

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Janet Foster (regdevsky3@yahoo.com)

Gates County, NC
From Florence Moore - <fdmoore38@gmail.com>

Gates Co, NC DEEDS -Bks A-5 <1776-1803> by Mona Armstrong TAYLOR 1987
1745 
Pg 56 <Vol 1 pg 286> 13 Sep 1745 Thomas HILTON & James BENNETT, Chowan Indian of Chowan Co to Aaron BLANSHARD of Chowan Co...150 pds...400 ac in Indian Neck between 2 creeks, Bennetts & Catharine, that issue out of N side of Chowan Rv, beginning at a pine in said BLANSHARD's land along his line to Thomas GARRETT Sr, along his line to a corner tree in Juniper Branch, up branch along line of marked trees to land formerly occupied by Henry BONNER, late of county, to Bennett's Cr near lower end of Indian Old Field, to tract now in possession of Jacob HINTON, along his line to Juniper Branch to a maple in Merry Branch to said BLANSHARD's land....
Wit: Ephriman & Benjamin BLANSHARD & Samuel MANSFIELD 
Signed --- Thomas <mark> HILTEN & James <mark & B> BENNETT
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1758 
Pg 77 <Bk 2 p101> - 19 Nov 1758 James BENNETT & John ROBINS, chief men of the CHOWAN Indians, to Edward BRISCO of Chowan,...5 pds....300 ac on E side of Bennetts Creek between Indian Town & Patrick LAWLEY's patent line in Chowan Co., beginning at upper end of Indian Old Field, up to high land, down side of pecosin to Indian Gut & across....
Wit: Robert TAYLOR ------------- signed John ROBINS & James <B> BENNETT Nov Ct 1789
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http://sciway3.net/clark/freemoors/CHAPTER1colonial.htm 
1790
In 1790 a petition was submitted form Gates County to the North Carolina Legislature, which read: 
“The petitioners request the legislature to pass a law validating acquisition by a group of descendants of Indians and blacks. In 1724 the Chowan Indians received 11,360 acres of land in Chowan County, later Gates County. The Indians sold most of the land. The Indian men all died, and the women mixed with Negroes. The fee blacks and their mixed-blood children served as soldiers for the colonials in the Revolution. Supported by William Lewis, Samuel Harrell, and other white men, they seek title to small remnants of the aforesaid tract of land.” 
Disguised as an attempt by charitable citizens to assist a poor, desolate people, was a dark conspiracy to liquidate any future land claim by these descendants of the Chowan Nation. Asserting that the Indian men had died and the women had “mixed with Negroes” served two purposes, first claiming that all the Indian men had died would effectively negate the land title, and second, claiming Negro ancestry for the group would deny them further legal recourse. Records clearly prove a direct male descendancy from the James Bennett, John Robbins, Jeremiah Perkins, and John Reed of 1734 to many of the families mentioned in 1790, yet this glaring fact was ignored. Censused as part of this community of Chowan Indian descendants in 1790 were the Reed, Robbins, Blanchard, Bennett, Cuff, Weaver, Mitchell, and Hunter families, surnames which had already begun appearing in other mixed-blood communities before 1790. 

http://sciway3.net/clark/freemoors/Indian.htm 
1790
Library.uncg.edu Petition Analysis Record #11279002 - location: Gates County, North Carolina year: 1790 
"The petitioners request the legislature to pass a law validating acquisition of land by a group of descendants of Indians and blacks. In 1724 the Chowan Indians recieved 11,360 acres of land in Chowan County, later Gates County. The Indians sold most of the land. The men all died, and the women mixed with negroes. The free blacks and their mixed-blood children served as soldiers for the colonials in the Revolution. Supported by William Lewis, Samuel Harrell, and other white men, they seek title to small remnants of the aforesaid tract of land." 
This petition follows a pattern common among those from people attempting to acquire land set aside for Indians. Though it is obvious that the Indians still reside on the land, they infer that the remnant families have more black than Indian blood, and so, obviously do not deserve to retain title to Indian lands. This petition does go a little overboard, however, by stating that by some mysterious circumstance, all the Indian men suddenly died, and that the remaining women all mixed with negroes. Isn't it funny how they tried to make it appear they were trying to help these people by giving them title to a small piece of the land, and releasing the rest for them to grab up? 
The families subject to this petition wre listed as "Other free people" in 1790 Gates Co. NC including: Abraham Reed, Benjamin Reed, Elisha Parker, George Bennett, Hardy Robbins, Hardy Reed, James Robbins, Joseph Bennett, John Cuff, Jane Reed, James Weaver, James Boon, Micajah Reed, Muney Mitchell, Rachel Reed, Seabrook Hunter, William Hunter, William Taylor, and William Jenkins. 

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1790 GATES COUNTY CENSUS- THOSE LISTED AS "OTHER FREE PERSONS" 

Abraham Reed, Bashford Robins, Benjamin Reed, Elisha Parker, George Bennett, Hardy Robins, Hardy Reed, James Robins, Joseph Bennett, John Cuff, Jane Reed, James Weaver, James Boon, Micajah Reed, Seabrook Hunter, William Hunter. 

1833 minute book 24, quarterly superior court of norfolk county, pp.27,28: "the Court doth certify upon satisfactory evidence of white persons produced before it, that Asa Price, Wright Perkins, Nathan Perkins, Pricilla Perkins, Nelson Bass, Willis Bass, Andrew Bass, William Bass son of Wiliiam Bass, Joseph Newton and Henry Newton, Allen Newton, Polly Newton, Sally Newton and Hestor Newton, are not free-Negroes or Mulattoes, but are of Indian descent..." 

1833 same pp.43,44:"...that Andrew Bass and Lavina his wife, Elizabeth Bass wife of William Bass son of William Bass, Jemima Bass Sr, Peggy Bass, Jemima Bass Jr, Elizabeth Lidwin, Mary Anderson, Prisceilla Flury, Jerusha Bass, Frances the wife of James Newton, Lucy Trummell, Andrew Bass Jr, Patsy Bass, William Newton, Betsy Weaver, Nancy Weaver, and Sally Weaver, that they are not free-Negroes or Mulattoes, but are of Indian descent..." 

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CHOWAN COUNTY, NC - Tax List - Chowan Precinct, 1717.
Chowan Precinct Tax List, 1717 

North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh, NC. File No. C.R. 2.002, 
Albermale Co. Papers, Vol. 2, 1715-1739, and Updated, page 10.

This file was contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by:
Anne Singleton Condran <acondran@indy.net>
http://www.geocities.com/~ncsingletons/

If errors are noted please notify me by e-mail. --Anne S. Condran

http://files.usgwarchives.org/nc/chowan/taxlists/chowtax1717.txt
Name - #Acres - #taxable persons - amt. tax
*Editor's note: probably McWilliams--er

 

Alban, Rd. - 0 - 1
Alexr., Antho. - 640 - 6
Alson, Jno. - 200 - 2
Ambross, David - 550 - 1
Ames, Jno. - 90 - 1
Anderson, Rt. - 0 - 1
Arthur, John - 300 - 1
Arundell, Ed. - 400 - 1
Ashley, Thomas - 120 - 1
Atkins, David - 370 - 1
Bail, Tho. - 100 - 1
Baker, Moses - 0 - 1
Baker, wm - 600 - 1
Barber, Cha. - 400 - 1
Barfield, Jno. - 100 - 1
Barrow, James - 300 - 1
Batchelor, Rd. - 0 - 1
Bateman, Jno.than - 530 - 2
Bateman, Tho. - 160 - 1
Beasley, James - 840 - 3
Benbury, Jane - 370 - 1
Bengall, Alexr. - 0 - 1
Bently, Jno. - 400 - 1
Benton, Epa. - 250 - 1
Betterly, Tho. - 0 - 1
Birkett, Jno. - 500 - 2
Blanchard, Aron - 1000 - 0
Blanchard, Benj. - 646 - 0
Blanchard, Eph. - 667 - 1
Blewlett, Abr. - 1440 - 1
Blount, Ben - 300 - 1
Blount, Ja., Junr. - 500 - 1
Blount, Jacob - 1000 - 1
Blount, Jno., Senr. - 2777 - 5
Blount, John - 100 - 1
Blount. Ann - 200 - 0
Bonner, Wm - 100 - 2
Bonner,Hen. - 1000 - 3
Boon, James - 1700 - 1
Bradly, Hen. - 340 - 1
Branch, Fra. - 350 - 2 
Branch, Wm - 200 - 1
Brasswell, Wm - 400 - 1
Braveboy, Jno. - 0 - 1
Bray, Thomas - 4040 - 6
Brian, Ed. - 0 - 1
Brian, James, Senr. - 320 - 1
Brian, Jno., Son of Ed. - 320 - 1
Brian, Lewis & arrears - 930 - 1
Brian, Mat. - 360 - 1
Brinkly, Mic - 175 - 0 (Twice)
Brown, Ph. - 100 - 1
Burt, Wm - 100 - 1
Burtenshall, Rd. - 100 - 1
Bush, Jno. - 1000 - 1
Bush, Wm - 900 - 1
Byrd, Wo. - 1650 - 2
Cannady, Pat. - 0 - 1
Cannady. Rd. - 100 - 1
Capps, Mat. - 150 - 1
Champion, Orlando - 200 - 2
Charlton, Wm - 1900 -2
Cheshire, Jno. - 400 - 1
Church, Rd. - 200 - 1
Clark, Rebecca - 100 - 1
Clark, Tho. - 1500 - 2
Clay, Jno. - 140 - 1
Cockerell, Ed. - 200 - 1
Cook, Jno. - 0 - 1
Copeland, Wm - 900 - 2
Cranfield, Wm - 50 - 1
Crank, Tho. - 545 - 1
Crisp, Nico. - 1800 - 6
Cropley, Vines - 300 - 0
Crossley, Jno. - 200 - 0
Curlee - Wm - 0 - 1
David, Tho. - 0 - 1
Dean, Danl. - 0 - 1
Dew, Jno. - 320 - 1
Dickson, Jno.-540 - 1
Drinkwater, Powdr. (?) - 0 - 0
Duckenfield, Wm - 6800 - 17
Dudley, Chr. - 250 - 3
Dugall, Artr. - 320 - 0 

Early, Jno. - 300 - 1
Early, Wm - 200 - 1
Edwd. John Senr. - 450 - 2
Eggerton, Pat. - 375 - 1
Evans, Ben - 0 - 1
Evans, Jno. - 0 - 1
Evans, Rt. - 100 - 2
Evans, Rt. - Petty Shore - 200 - 1
Everitt, Nat. - 460 - 2
Fairchild, Ja. - 0 - 6 (or 1?)
Falconar, Jno. - 640 - 2
Farlow, James - 1300 - 5
Fenly, Rt. - 0 - 1
Ferrill, Nic. - 0 - 1
Fewox, Robt. 150 - 1 
Fleming, James - 800 - 1
Foreman, Ben - 370 - 1
Foxworth, Moses - 590 - 1
Frilie, Wm, & Winson, Jno. (?) - 2000 - 3
Frost, Wm - 375 - 1
Gainy, Wm - 1100 - 2
Gainy, Wm, Junr. - 0 - 1
Garrett, Danll. - 0 - 1
Garrett, Tho., Junr. - 560 - 3
Garrett, Tho., Senr. - 1000 - 1
Gavin, Cha. - 200 - 1
Gilbord, Jos. - 150 - 2
Glover, Cha. & arrears - 1500 - 1
Godson, Ben - 100 - 1
Golding, Jno. - 0 - 2
Goodin, Jno - 50 - 1
Goreham, Jno. - 430 - 1
Grady, Wm - 400 - 2
Gray, Petr. - 480 - 1

Hale, Jno. - 400 - 1
Hallsy, Danil. - 400 - 2
Haly, Tho. - 0 - 1
Hardy, Jacob - 0 - 1
Hardy, Jno. - 4000 - 4
Harris, Wm & Son - 100 - 2
Harrison, Dan. - 160 - 1
Harrison, Tho. - 212 - 1
Hassell, Jno. - 1000 - 2
Haughton, Geo. - 360 - 1
Haughton, Tho. - 194 - 1
Haughton, Wm - 600 - 1
Hawkins, Ja. - 0 - 1
Hawkins, Tho. - 300 - 1
Henderson, Da. - 580 - 6
Henry, No. (?) - 1800 - 0
Herring, Sam - 150 - 1
Herritage, Wm - 0 - 1
Hicks, David - 1000 - 1
Hicks, Rt. - 80 - 1
Hicks, Tho. 200 - 1
Hill, Jacob - 0 - 1
Hill, Jno. - 213 - 1
Hill, Moses - 100 - 1
Hill, Wm - 100 - 1
Hoath, Tho. - 50 - 1
Hobby, Laur. (?) - 220 - 1
Hobson, Fra. - 220 - 1 
Hofman, Fred - 0 - 1 
Hollbrook, Jno. - 900 - 1
Hooker, Wm, Junr. - 1300 - 1
Hopkins, Arnold - 300 - 1
Hord (?), Peter - 100 - 0
Horn, Rd. - 125 - 1
Hoskins, Tho. - 800 - 2
Howard, Ed. - 600 - 2
Howcott, Ed. - 200 - 1
Hudson, Jos. - 0 - 1

Jennet, Jno. - 550 - 1
Jernegan, Tho. 720 (?) - 0
Johnson, Abell - 100 - 1
Johnson, Susan - 600 - 0
Johnson, Tho. - 450 - 1
Jones, Cha. - 200 - 0
Jones, Charles - 200 - 1
Jones, David - 170 - 1
Jones, ffred(?). - 21095 - 6 
Jones, Jno., Junr. - 200 - 1
Jones, Jno., Senr. - 170 - 0
Jones, Kilmany - 500 - 1
Jones, Tho. - 460 - 1
Jones, Wm. Serjt(?) - 0 - 1 
Jones, Wo. - 900 - 0
Jordan, Jno. - 500 - 2
Jordan, Sol. - 600 - 2

Keel, Wm - 200 - 0
Kirk, Tho. - 320 - 1
Kooper, James - 200 - 1
Lanier, T. - 500 - 1
Lasseter, Geo - 280 - 0
Lasseter, Rt. - 590 - 0
Lawly, Pat. - 300 - 2
Lee,Thomas - 6000 - 18
Lewis, Jacob - 200 - 1
Lewis, Rd. - 530 - 1
Lillington, Ann - 870 - 0
Long, James - 500 - 1
Long, Tho. - 700 - 1
Long, Wo. - 700 - 2
Luten, Con. - 0 – 1
Luten, Tho., Junr. - 700 – 1
Luten, Tho., Senr. - 420 - 3
Lysle, Henry - 1000 - 2
Lysle, Jeffry - 100 - 1
Macarty, Timo. - 0 - 1
Maclendon, fr. & Tho. - 990 - 2 ( fr.?)
Magee, Dan. - 100 - 1
Mague, Laur. - 500 - 2
Malpass, Rd. - 100 - 1
Mandew, Tho. - 320 - 0
Mann, Tho. - 1140 - 1
Maule, Wm - 6000 - 6
May, Tho. - 94 - 1
Meazle, Luke - 400 - 1
Meazle, Wm - 750 - 1
Modby, Cath. - 300 - 0
Moore, Edwd. - 250 - twice - 0
Moore, Nathan - 100 - 1
Moore, Rd. - 840 - 0
Morris, Wm - 0 - 1
Moseley, Edwd. - 6673 - 10
Muns, Tho. - 0 - 1
Naire, Jno. - 100 - 0
Odam, Jno. - 100 - 1
Oliver, Moses - 0 - 1
Padget, Samll. - 1700 - 3
Pain, John - 0 - 1
Parker, Jane - 500 - 1
Parker, Petr. - 1000 - 2
Parker, Petr., Jun. - 90 - 1
Patchett, Edwd. - 470 - 1
Patchett, Wm - 200 - 1
Paterson, Rt. - 429 - 1
Peirce, Wm - 0 - 1
Peirice (Peircee, Peirce?), Wm - 0 - 1
Phelphs, Ed. - 493 - 1
Phelps, Cuth. - 500 - 1
Pickrin, Rd. - 0 - 1
Plowman, Jno. -600 - 6
Pollock, Thos - 30964 - 31
Porter, Jos. - 0 - 1
Porter, Mary - 500 - 4
Pridgin, Fra. - 200 - 1 
Purcell, Jno. - 0 - 1
Rasor, Martin - twice & arrears - 380 - 1
Reddit, Wm - 0 - 1
Rickes, Benj. - 850 - 1
Ricketts, Cha. - 0 - 1
Robinson, Jno. - 570 - 1
Rodiwalt, Saml. - 0 - 1
Rogers, Tho. - 0 - 1
Rogers, Tho. - 0 - 2
Rose, Richd. - 0 - 1
Roundtree, Fra. - 312 - 0
Roundtree, Tho. - 320 - 1
Rtuland, James - 360 - 1
Russell, Ed. - 0 - 1
Sadler, Wm & Mothr. - 150 - 1
Sessions, Jno. - 600 - 1
Sheller (?), Jno. - 50 - 0
Sherwood, Rt. - 200 - 1
Shivers, Jno. - 0 - 1
Simpson, Benj. - 0 - 1
Singleton, James - 182 - 1
Skettlethorp, Jos. - 0 - 1
Skoyles, Wm - 0 - 1
Smethwich, Jno. - 800 - 1
Smethwick, Asia - 300 - 0
Smethwick, Ed., Junr. - 670 - 1
Smethwick, Edmd. - 1000 - 1
Smith, Fra. - 0 - 1 
Smith, James - 100 - 1
Smith, Jno. - Chinkapin - 300 - 1
Smith, Wo. - 200
Sowell, Rd. & Son - 300 - 2
Speller, Hen. - 1100 - 2
Spivey, Geo. - 189 - 0
Spivey, Tho., Senr. - 800 - 1
Spivy, Ben & Jacob - 0 - 2
Spruill, Godf., --(?)- 1000 - 6
Spruill, Sam. - 650 - 3
Stacy, Cha. - 0 - 1
Stacy, Tho. - 0 - 1
Stancell, Jno. - 0 - 1
Standon, Edwd. - 429 - 2
Stanly, Jonatn. - 0 - 1
Steely, Tho. - 200 - 1
Steely, Wm - 0 - 1
Steward, Wm - 0 - 1
Sutton, Sarah - 270 - 0
Swaimer, Jno. Conrade - 0 - 1
Swaimer, Mat. Job - 1000 - 1
Swain, Jno. - Yawpin - 400 - 1
Swinson, Rd. - 100 - 1
Swinson, Wm - 0 - 1
Tanner, Wm - 240 - 1
Taylor, Ed. - 300 - 1
Thomas, Laz - 900 - 2
Thomson, Wm - 420 - 1
Trowell, Jos. - 100 - 1
Trulove, Timo. - 0 - 1
Turnedge, Geo. - 0 - 1
Turner, Jno. - 400 - 1
Vail, Jer. - 560 - 4
Vanluven, Xtr. - 0 - 1
Volloway, Jno. th - 15 - 1
Walburton, Rt. - 50 - 1
Walsh, John - 440 - 1
Walston, Phill - 800 - 1
Walston, Wm - 1100 - 3
Ward, James - 1644 - 2
Ward, Jno. - 250 - 2
Ward, Philb. - 200 - 1
Warr, John - 0 - 1
Warr, Tho. - 200 - 1
Washington, Rd. 300 - 1
Watson, Jno. & Wm - 0 - 2
West, Petr. - 400 - 1
West, Robt. - 4310 - 4
West, Tho. - 800 - 2
Wheatleys - 320 - 0
Wheeler, Hen. - 500 - 1
White, Geo. & Son - 0 - 2
White, Jno., Junr. - 300 - 2
White, Jno., Senr. - 250 - 2
White, Luke - 350 - 1
Wilkins, Cha. - 640 - 1
Wilkinson, J. - 400 - 2
William(s), Pilgrim - 100 - 1
Williams, Ant. - 2200 - 1
Williams, Artr. - 140 - 0 - twice
Williams, Ed. - 0 - 1
Williams, Jno. - 1050 - 1
Williams, Jno. - 370 - 1
Williams, Mc (or Mo.?), Mch. - 300 - 1 
(Williams or McWilliams?)*
Williams, Sam - Mch. - 200 - 1
Williams, Theo. - 0 - 1
Williamson, Wm - 0 - 1
Willson, Wm - 640 - 1
Wood, Ed. - 2yrs. - 50 - 0 
Woodward, Sam - 0 - 1
Worlye, John - 777 - 4
Wyley, Tho. - 100 - 1
Yates, Tho. - 100 - 1
Yates, Wm - 170 - 1
Yelverton, Jno. - 400 - 1
Zhen, Christr. - 0 – 1


(Capt. Worley for horses)
Errors Ex Edwd. Moseley
Taxes Recorded Mar. (?) 25, 1717
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