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4001 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F34340
 
4002 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I95224)
 
4003 Research of Linda Smith Cheek Mayfield, William Campbell (I95223)
 
4004 Research of Linda Smith Cheek Prather, Elizabeth (I95386)
 
4005 Research of Linda Smith Cheek Hunt, Catherine (I95425)
 
4006 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I95478)
 
4007 Research of Linda Smith Cheek Family F34445
 
4008 Research of Linda Smith Cheek Davis, Thomas (I87747)
 
4009 Research of Linda Smith Cheek Family F7223
 
4010 Research of Linda Smith Cheek -- Jefferson L. Cox was a Cabinet Maker.

Deed from James S. Smith to Jefferson L. Cox both of Pickens Co, Easley SC tract of land situated lying on head waters of Brushy Creek waters of Saluda River bounded by James S. Smith--Rufus Oates--J. Bennett Smith and William Couch--22 12/ acres for $150.00, 16 Jan 1873. E.E. Smith X wife of James S. Smith relinquished 16 Jan 1873. Pickens Co SC Deed Bk 2 243-244

Jefferson Cox b. 1840 was in 1850 Greenville Co SC census with mother Fanny Cox b. 1810 and living with her parents William Hawkins age 60 and wife Jane age 55. Which was House # 1822 and James S. Smith house #1824

850 Greenville Co SC census
William Hawkins age 60
Jamima age 55
Fanny Cox age 40
Jefferson Cox age 10
Marion Scott age 16--is this son of Fanny by a 1st marriage?
This Fanny was Frances Hawkins m. Cox and d/o William and Jamina Hawkins of Greenville Co SC who lived beside of James S. Smith and Elsey in 1850 Greenville Co SC Census

Jefferson L. Cox was Overseer of the public roads (Pickens Co SC) from Muster Archers by way of Major Moons to Pickensville 14 March 1873. Those that should report to work but did not were James Tucker Smith, Akin McWhorter, Sam Green (colored).
 
Cox, Jefferson L. (I77847)
 
4011 Research of Linda Smith Cheek and my direct Smith line--I knew these people very well. They told me a lot about family and my grandmother Mamie, I have all her records and pictures.

Jail Bk Pickens Co SC No 21--Walter Smith-murder-21 March 1909 Court released 21 March 1909 order of Court. It does not say who he murdered but about this time his family moved to Georgia and lived for 15 years. (Grandparents of Linda G. Smith Cheek)
Walter Benjamin Quilliam Smith was named for the Dr Quillian who birthed him. He was in Easley SC at that time. Said moved to GA.

Marriage of Walter and Mamie in the Van Ellison Family Bible 
Smith, Walter Benjamin Quillian (I24087)
 
4012 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--

Deed in Spartanburg Co SC Deed Bk V pg 254 --Sarah Adams to John Baswell Jr for $100 sold a certain tract of land containing 50 acres on the waters of Thickety Creek adj. Weber Nesbett. Wit: James B. Lathrop, Lewis Martin, Francis L. Adams. 6 Nov 1833..

John Baswell was signing as Jr. so apparently his father was still alive.


John Boswell/Baswell/Bazwell b. ca 1804 Spartanburg District, SC d. 15 Feb 1860
Spartanburg Co SC buried Abner Creek Baptist Church, Spartanburg Co SC m. Matilda Johnson b. Oct 1815 Raleigh, NC d. 20 Feb 1901 Easley SC in home of her daughter Mag Smith. She was the grandmother of Ex-auditor of Pickens Co SC, Mr N.A. Christopher. She leaves 6 children: Maggie Smith of Easley, Simeon Baswell of AL, Mrs J.H. Barnett of AL, Mrs J.A. Pickens of SC, Mrs B.A. Penland of SC,Mrs C. Vaughn of Greenville SC. Buried Georges Creek Baptist Church (on Saluda Dam Road, Easley, Pickens Co SC near Greenville Co SC line) Pickens Journal Issue: Thursday 28 Feb 1901

Estate of John Bazwell 21 Feb 1860 by Thomas Bazwell that his father John Bazwell departed this life on the 15 Feb 1860 in Spartanburg District SC and his widow Matilda Bazwell and ten children: Mary Christopher wife of Riley Christopher, Semeon Bazwell, James Bazwell, Martha J. Bazwell, Amanda Bazwell, Rosa Bazwell, Margaret Bazwell, John Bazwell and an infant whose name is not revealed ( Spartanburg Co SC Probate Box 48 Pkg 1 File 2937

Matilda Johnson Baswell and children, Louisa, Rosa, Martha and Margaret were in Buncombe Co NC Swannanoa in the 1870 Census. This is where her daughter Martha Penland lived, Rosa married Andrew Pickens while there.Matilda was in Easley, Pickens County, SC by 1873 when her daughter Margaret "Mag" married John Bennett Smith in 1873.

Estate of John Bazwell 21 Feb 1860 by Thomas Bazwell that his father John Bazwell departed this life on the 15 Feb 1860 in Spartanburg District SC and his widow Matilda Bazwell and ten children: Mary Christopher wife of Riley Christopher, Semeon Bazwell, James Bazwell, Martha J. Bazwell, Amanda Bazwell, Rosa Bazwell, Margaret Bazwell, John Bazwell and an infant whose name is not revealed ( Spartanburg Co SC Probate Box 48 Pkg 1 File 2937

 
Braswell, John Jr. (I78044)
 
4013 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--

In 1900 census, Justice Precinct 3, Marion TX he lived with his brother James M. Smith age 47 and James' wife Mary age 46 in 1900 census of Marion TX

1910 and 1920 census: Cass, Texas
1930 and 1940 census: Marion Co. TX
1945 died Marion, TX

Death Certificate of Sam P. Smith says born 25 Feb 1871 SC d. 27 Aug 1945 Jefferson, Marion Co.,TX--Father William Smith 
Smith, Samuel Pillar (I80667)
 
4014 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--

Samuel E.(Sam) Smith b. 1882 moved to New York never heard from again according to family tradition--Said to be a very handsome man.

I have just made an amazing discovery. No one ever never knew what happened to Grandpa's brother Samuel E. Smith b. 1882 Easley, Pickens Co SC and everyone said he left walking the railroad tracks to New York and never heard from again. I have a picture of this man and he was tall and very handsome and after what I have just found probably gay.

1930 Census Passaic New Jersey
I found him--Samuel E. Smith b. 1882 SC (never married) living in Passiac, New Jersey in 1930 census. A Lodger (Boarder) with a Russian Family by the name of Yelta Zislin a widow with four children all born Russia. There were many other Lodgers with this family in NJ.

1940 Census Wawarsing, Ulster New York
Living as a lodger with Samuel Slutsky age 70 b. Russia and family
Samuel Smith age 60 b. 1880 SC sindler, also a Frank Rogers 42 lived with them.

In the obit of Walter B. Smith age 80 died at Greenville Hospital at 2:40pm Saturday 22 November 1958--list his children and when it gets to Clinton Smith of Passiac, New Jersey. This is how Clinton knew to go to Passiac New Jersey where he lived for a time.

Samuel Smith b. 28 Feb 1879 d. Aug 1966 Saugerties, Ulster NY SSno 122-30-5904--Believe this is my great uncle.
 
Smith, Samuel Edward (I77853)
 
4015 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--

This John Smith is not the one that died in 1822 with all the paper work on Ancestry. That John if anyone would take the time to read the paper work will see that John was mental with no family and state was handling his affairs.

My John B. Smith left SC to Blount Co TN where his kin, Wm Wallace went. John married in TN had two kids then moved to Hall later Habersham Co GA where his brother lived. He and family are in the 1820 Hall Co Ga census with six children and when he died in 1822 his wife was pregnant and she moved to Laurens SC where family was on land her husband inherited from his father. Johns's wife Elizabeth was living in 1850 census with her son Wm Tucker Smith in Fork Shoals, Greenville SC.

John's estate was adm by Daniel Ford, his kin.

1820 census John Smith b. 1775 SC with wife Elizabeth b. 1776 TN living in Hall Co GA with 1 m 26-44 1F 26-44 2M u 10 1m 10-15 3F u 10
So have 3 males and 3 females

John Smith died in 1822 Habersham Co GA so there about 2 years as moved after 1820 census. Family to SC to be with family ca 1822-1823
My James S. Smith was 13 years old when his dad died and mother did not marry again. 
Smith, John Bennett Sr (I77812)
 
4016 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--
Elizabeth Jane Smith age 74 in 1850 Greenville District SC Census. She came back to Laurens/Greenville SC after her husband died in 1822 and she was pregnant. She lived with youngest son William T. Smith and his wife Jane in 1850 in Greenville SC.  
Tucker, Elizabeth Jane (I77813)
 
4017 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--
Indenture made 16 April 1764, between Kirby Moody of
Brunswick County and Rebecca Stewart of same, ________. Signed Kirby Moody. Wit: William Elliott, Thomas Smith, Rebecca Smith. Court 24 September 1764, Indenture and memorandum proved by the oaths of Wm. Elliott, Patty Smith and Thomas Smith. Brunswick Co VA Deed Book 4,Page 215.

This is the William Elliott that came to SC with the Thomas Smith to York District SC. All to NC on Rattlesnake Creek before moving to SC and apparently had land grants in Georgia? Note the Patty Smith as one of my lines per yDNA is from Alexander Smiths son John Patty Smith. LSC

The deed below is rather confusing, read it carefully-- and I have put in notations () . Linda Smith Cheek
William Ellett to Moses Fendley Pack 126 Deed, Clerk of courts Office, Pickens SC
Known all men that I William Ellett/Elliott (JR)of the District of Edgefield in the state of SC for $500.00 to me paid by Moses Fendley of the District (Pickens) have sold all that tract of land containing five hundred acres the same originally granted to William Ellett (SR) 31 Aug 1774 and thence conveyed to his son William Elliott (JR) lying in being in the District (Pickens) on Middle Creek a branch of Savannah River and a Branch of Stephens Creek bounded NE and E by lands of Alexander Smith and by lands of Isaiah Blackwells and SW by lands of John Richseys. Dated 27 August 1800 Sg William Ellett Wit: Hezekiah A. Boyd and Allin Robinson

This tells me where Wm Elliott and Alexander Smith lived. Alexander Smith brother to my Drury Smith. Wm Elliott Sr father to Drury Smiths wife Sarah Elliott.


Middle Creek also states on branch of Stephens Creek and land on Savannah River (This land was in Pickens District SC) -also note the Alexander Smith who is the one in Greeville (mine) and this tells me he was was in Edgefield SC in 1774. He is brother to Drury. The William Ellett (Elliott) is the father of Drury's wife Sarah Elliott, so she had a brother William.


 
Elliott, William Sr1715 (I77865)
 
4018 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--
This William Rosser Smith is mistaken for the William Robert Smith.
I am sure he had many more children that I do not know. LSC

Granted land 2 April 1741 Prince George later Brunswick VA
and in 17 May 1745--by 1749 in Moore NC on Rattlesnake Creek.

It is said that the Family Cemetery on Rattlesnake Creek is in Brunswick Co VA and not in Moore Co. NC. I don't know. LSC


Indenture made 20 March 1749, between Mary Smith and William
Smith of Brunswick County, and David Sims of same, £28, 100a, Rattlesnake Creek. Signed William Smith and Sarah Smith. Wit: Sampson Lanier, Edward Wesson, William Johnson. Court 28 March 1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by William and Mary Smith. Deed Book 4, Page 135.
NOTE--believe this Mary Smith is Wm's mother and widow of Wm Smith who died in Brunswick Co VA and Mary to NC.


I believe the William Smith b. 1714 Surry VA was the father of Ambrose Brewer who has same ydna as William Smith. FTYDNA R-269-10. It has been told that Ambrose Brewer was sired by a Smith.

William Smith deeded George Cagle 50 acre located adjoining Cagle. Smith deeded all rights to the 50 acres to Cagle except the "grave yard where his father is buried." John Smith and Jesse Brown were witnesses. NOTE--BY Linda Smith Cheek, is this in VA or NC?
 
Smith, William Rosser (I77818)
 
4019 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--

Lane Rosco (Ross) Smith b. 1 May 1880 in Easley SC d. 10 June 1952 in Easley SC m. 8 July 1900 Nancy Jane (Janie) Saterfield b. 9 September 1879 d. 29 October 1942 (I have issue) d/o Nathaniel D. Satterfield b. 4 Feb 1852 d. 25 Sept 1932 Pickens Co SC and his wife Mary Susan Corbin b. 27 Aug 1854 d. 6 Dec 1917 Pickens Co SC both buried Easley City Cemetery.


Married the 8 July at the residence of Alonzo M. Folger of Easley, SC, Mr Ross Smith to Miss Janie Satterfield. Peoples Journal IssueL 12 July 1900 
Smith, Lane Rosco (I77852)
 
4020 Research of Linda Smith Cheek-- Cooper, Elizabeth (I77833)
 
4021 Research of Linda Smith Cheek-- Family F26120
 
4022 Research of Linda Smith Cheek-- Simms, Lucinda (I94924)
 
4023 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F34339
 
4024 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F34442
 
4025 Research of Linda Smith Cheek-- I have picture of Matilda Johnson Baswell with her daughter Mag Baswell Smith. One day i plan to post all these pictures on this site.

Matilda Johnson died 20 Feb 1901 Easley SC in the home of her daughter Mag Smith. She was the grandmother of Ex-auditor of Pickens Co SC, Mr N.A. Christopher. She leaves 6 children, Maggie Smith of Easley, Simeon Baswell of AL, Mrs J.H. Barnett of AL, Mrs J.A. Pickens of SC, Mrs B.A. Penland of SC, Mrs C. Vaughn of Greenville SC. She was buried at Georges Creek Baptist Church Cemetery (on Saluda Dan Road, Easley, Pickens Co SC near Greenville Co SC line). Pickens Journal Issue: Thursday 28 Feb 1901.

Matilda Baswell joined Easley Baptist Church by letter 8 June 1899. Church Records

Dedicated to the memory of Mrs Matilda Baswell who joined the Baptist when about 40 years old at Abners Creek, Spartanburg Co., SC. She lived a dedicated Christian life till the day of her death. She lived to the age of 85. Also wrote marriage date. This was written by O.H.C. Smith Church Clerk and brother of John Bennett Smith. Easley 1st Baptist Church Records, Furman University, Greenville Co SC.

Sister Matilda Baswell requested for a letter of dismission in which was granted 3 Feb 1866. Abner Creek Baptist Church, Spartanburg Co SC--Organized 1832. Abner Creek Church records, Furman University, Greenville Co SC

1900 Pickens Co SC Census: No. 84 Matilda Baswell b. Oct 1815 NC had 12 children, 6 living. Lived in 1900 with Elbert A. Christopher her grandson. Her mother and father b. NC. She could read and write.

No 1080 Matilda Basswell 45 b. NC, Gus 18 b. SC, Martha 17 b. SC, Amanda 16 b. SC, Rasey 12 b. SC, Marg 19 b. SC, John 5 b. SC, Louis 2 b. SC --1860 census

1870 Buncombe Co NC, Swannanoa--Matilda Johnson Baswell and children Louisa, Rosa, Martha and Margaret. This is where daughter Martha Penland lived, Rosa married Andres Pickens while there. Matidla was in Easley, Pickens Co SC by 1873 when her daughter Margaret "Mag" married John Bennett Smith.

1900 Pickens Co SC Census: Matilda Baswell b. Oct 1815 NC age 84 had 12 children--6 living. Lived in 1900 with Elbert A. Christopher her grandson--her mothre and father b. NC. She could read and write. Johnston\Johnstone (Scottish) Name means "God is Gracious" Surname was derived from Clan Estate, John's-toune in Dumfries, Scotland and Sheild: Silver background a black X cross: three gold cushions on a red stripe across the top. Whats in a Name by LeReina Rule and Wm K. Hammond 
Johnson, Matilda (I78049)
 
4026 Research of Linda Smith Cheek-- Margaret Elizabeth (Cherokee) SMITH was born in 1794 in Spartanburg District, SC. She died in Oct 1865 in Greenville Co SC.
She was the daughter of Elijah Smith and his 1st wife Abigail Hamm the sister of his 2nd wife Diannah Hamm who raised Margaret and some records say the step mom was mean to her. 
Smith, Margaret Elizabeth (I77868)
 
4027 Research of Linda Smith Cheek-- Sherrie Smith Heyse has much much more on this family.

Carrie Alice Beacham, daughter of Archibald and Elizabeth Anne Fowler Beacham, born March 3, 1881 and married Robert Grady Smith on June 4, 1904. Robert Grady was born March 14, 1884 in Easley, SC. They had 7 children 
Smith, Robert Grady (I77854)
 
4028 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--1769, Jul 20 -- Deed Book 3 Page 437, Cumberland County, NC
David Kegle and wife Catharine of Rowan County deeded William Smith a tract of land located on both sides of Flat Creek including a plantation. John Kegle, Simon Hart and George Kegle were witnesses.  
Cagle/Kegle, David (I95969)
 
4029 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--1769, Jul 20 -- Deed Book 3 Page 437, Cumberland County, NC
David Kegle and wife Catharine of Rowan County deeded William Smith a tract of land located on both sides of Flat Creek including a plantation. John Kegle, Simon Hart and George Kegle were witnesses.  
Unknown, Catherine (I95970)
 
4030 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--1801, Jun 17 -- Land Grant #1923, Moore County, NC
William Smith Senr. received a 50 acre Land Grant located Southeast of Cabbin Creek adjoining the plantation where his father did live and John Cagle. George Cagle and William Smith were chain carriers. [There is confusion about whose father this refers to). The land was originally entered by James Williams in 1796 and the entry references including his Father improvement where his Father lives. The purchase price was ultimately not paid and William Smith re-entered it in 1799. The "Father's plantation" would seem to refer to James Williams father, George Williams, who resided nearby. But then in 1807, William Smith deeded all rights to this tract to George Cagle except the grave yard where his father is buried." William Smith father, William Smith, purchased land adjoining this tract in 1769 from David Cagle.]


John Caygills, Plantation".John (Cagle) was situated at the forks of Bear and Cabin Creeks (where he remained until his death in 1799).David was situated on Flat Creek, which apparently was a small tributary of either Bear or Cabin Creek, (NC) David's survey, of 100 acres does not seem to border directly on any previously owned land, and county, seems to have been sparsely populated at that early date.David made his Land Entry and received his Warrant for Survey on April 21, 1764, made his Survey on July 5, 1764, and received his land Grant on April 25, 1767, as recorded on Land Grant Book No.23, page 24.In 1769, David sold his track of land to William Smith, and moved westward to what is now Cabarrus County, North Carolina.
David is known to have ties to three North Carolina Regions:(1) Old Rowan County, 1760, and perhaps also 1750's.Probably lived somewhere along Deep River, either in Randolph or Guilford, was on the tax list sometime in the 1760's with son John, (2) Old Cumberland County, had land patent at forks of Bear and Cabin Creeks in1767, which he sold in 1769. (3) Cabarrus County, then part of Mecklenburg, had land entry in 1779, maybe died there in 1793.

(LSC--this land wound up in Moore Co. NC)


1801, Jun 17 -- Land Grant #1923, Moore County, NC
William Smith Senr. received a 50 acre Land Grant located Southeast of Cabbin Creek adjoining the plantation where his father did live and John Cagle. George Cagle and William Smith were chain carriers. [There is confusion about whose father this refers to). The land was originally entered by James Williams in 1796 and the entry references including his Father improvement where his Father lives. The purchase price was ultimately not paid and William Smith re-entered it in 1799. The "Father's plantation" would seem to refer to James Williams father, George Williams, who resided nearby. But then in 1807, William Smith deeded all rights to this tract to George Cagle except the grave yard where his father is buried." William Smith father, William Smith, purchased land adjoining this tract in 1769 from David Cagle.]

ALSO NOTE BY LINDA SMITH CHEEK
The confusion is that Wm Sr was Wm Jr as Sr died and he took the title SR.

Indenture made 20 March 1749, between Mary Smith and William Smith of Brunswick County, and David Sims of same, £28, 100a, Rattlesnake Creek. Signed William Smith (bhm) and Sarah Smith (bhm). Wit: Sampson Lanier, Edward Wesson, William Johnson. Court 28 March 1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by William and Mary Smith.
Deed Book 4, Page 135.

NOTE by Linda---this deed was between William the son and his mother Mary and this Wm one married Sarah Brewer. dated 1749 and William and Sarah did not have a son at this time. The Wm m. Jenny b. 1755 which was 6 years after his birth 1749? so not their son either.

Note by Linda--The William Smith b. 1755 m. Jean "Jenny" Cagle were Quakers to York SC for a while or just attend the church? with Drury Smith most likely a brother to Drury.

1806, Mar 21 -- Land Grant #1965, Moore County, NC
William Smith, Junr. received a 50 acre Land Grant located on the South prong of Cabin Creek adjoining Joseph Allen, Thomas Graham and David Allison. George Brewer and James Morgan Medford were chain carriers.

William Smith deeded George Cagle 50 acre located adjoining Cagle. Smith deeded all rights to the 50 acres to Cagle except the "grave yard where his father is buried." John Smith and Jesse Brown were witnesses.
 
Smith, William (a Quaker) (I77995)
 
4031 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--1850 Henry and wife and family in Clay Co Ky
1860 Henry and wife and family in Clay
1870 Henry and wife and family in Clay
1880 Henry and wife and family in Clay

1870--Henry b. 1804 SC and wife Susannah b. SC was in Clay Co KY Census. They were cousins 
Family F34454
 
4032 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--A John Smith Sr in Laurens SC in 1800 census born ca 1755 over 45 in 1800 called John Smith Sr.

1800 Laurens District SC Census
John Smith Jr. believe this John Jr is son of John Rosser Smith?
1 Male 16-25 b. 1775-1784
1 Male 26-44 b. 1756-1774
1 Fem u 10 b. 1790-1800
1 F 26 -44 b. 1756-1774

1800 Laurens District SC Census
John Smith Sr. believe this is brother to Drury Smith
1 male 16-25 1775-1784
1 male 45- and over b. bef 1750
1 Fem 16-25 1775-1784


Believe this John had more than one wife??
John Rosser Smith several people have him as John Robert Smith not true, he was John Rosser Smith.

In the 1860 census John Smith Sr age 105 b. 1755 Virginia in 1860 Scott TN living with a granddaughter Elizabeth Slaven age 30 m. to John Slaven (Indian see his picture on Ancestry) age 26
Issue:
Peter Slaven 9
David Slaven 5
Polly A. Slaven 2


John R. Smith 1835 Hawkins Co TN Pension Roll. John Smith was in SC militia. Placed on roll 17 Feb 1833 age 74. Born 1757--this was the man associated with Ambrose Brewer in Hawkins Co TN.

He is the John in 1835 Hawkins Co TN who stated he was a Private in SC Militia and placed on roll 17 Feb 1831 age 74.

This John Smith b. 1757 was always around Ambrose Brewer b. 1753 until they were old and had to live with their families. John Rosser Smith and Ambrose Brewer were 1/2 brothers, same father, different mothers. It is said in this family of Smith and Brewers all knew about the Wm Smith having illegitimate son Ambrose who was raised by his mother Rebecca Willis and step father, Howell Brewer. Ambrose Brewer and this Smith line has the same ydna.
 
Smith, John Rosser Sr. (I95984)
 
4033 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Abbeville Co SC Clerk of CT Pk 281
The petition of Samuel V. Johnson sheweth that James Johnson the father of your petitioner died last year (1858) leaving a will, after some specific bequeaths he directed his executors to sell the residue of his estate and divide the proceeds among six of his children. Your petitioner is one. The will make the following provisions. The portion falling to my son Samuel V. Johnson is under the control of Abner H. Magee who I appoint trustee for that purpose to manage the same for the family dring his natural life and after his death be divided between his children. Filed 11 June 1859. 
Johnson, James (I78054)
 
4034 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F34411
 
4035 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I95434)
 
4036 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Alexander Smith, planter, deed of gift dated 11 March 1689, plantation at head of Wicomico River. Dtr Sarah Smith, Mary Turner wife of Edward Turner, dtr Elizabeth Rivett wife of Jonas Rivertt dtr in law Grace Colliar wife of Giles Colliar, grandsons Arthur Turner and Alexander Smith Turner sons of Edward and Mary Turner at age 21. To Mary Turner 500 acres at Piscataway and part of tract Batchelors Harbor containing 400 acres. Adms of estate by Sarah wid of William Smith now wife of Henry Hawkins Jr. Early Charles Co MD Settlers pg 255 Family F34431
 
4037 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I95468)
 
4038 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--and when I find I will add the name of a gentleman that I worked with on this line

1860 Clay, Kentucky
Jabel Smith 53
Rhoda Smith 55
Gustavus Smith 24
Wm R Smith 22
John Smith 19
Henry C Smith 16
Wm B Smith 13
Martin Smith 11
Polly McCrary 40
 
Smith, Jabel (I95515)
 
4039 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F34409
 
4040 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I95433)
 
4041 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Anderson Co SC Will Bk A pg 370-372
Will of George Kennemore...wife Elizabeth, son Michael, Dtrs Ruth Mullinax, Nancy Gibson, Temperance Mayfield, Rosannah Kennimore, Judith and Vicey. Youngest son Lot Kennemore all lands at death of his mother. Exors son Lot. dated 7 Dec 1824 Wit: William Clanahan, Andrew Hamilton, James Henderson. 
Kennemore, George (I95342)
 
4042 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Believe John Boswell had about 3 wives: Susan Hoy? probably 1st wife?


13 March 1801 John Williams of Spartanburg to Thomas Foster of same for $150.00 sold 100 acres on waters of Fairforest Creek borders, John Bozwell, Connell, Beaverdam Creek and Fords old line part of 430 acres granted by Gov William Moultrie to John Golightly where John Williams formerly lived. Prov 13 March 1801 Spartanburg Co SC Deed Bk G pg 229-230

John Boswell/Baswell/Bazwell b. ca 1804 Spartanburg District, SC d. 15 Feb 1860 Spartanburg Co SC buried Abner Creek Baptist Church, Spartanburg Co SC m. Matilda Johnson b. Oct 1815 Wilkes Co NC d. 20 Feb 1901 Easley SC in home of her daughter Mag Smith. She was the grandmother of Ex-auditor of Pickens Co SC, Mr N.A. Christopher. She leaves 6 children: Maggie Smith of Easley, Simeon Baswell of AL, Mrs J.H. Barnett of AL, Mrs J.A. Pickens of SC, Mrs B.A. Penland of SC,Mrs C. Vaughn of Greenville SC. Buried Georges Creek Baptist Church (on Saluda Dam Road, Easley, Pickens Co SC near Greenville Co SC line) Pickens Journal Issue: Thursday 28 Feb 1901

Alexander Boswell and old John Boswell living in same household 1840 census
young John, Matilda and kids living house next to them

9 Nov 1813 Daniel McKie of Spartanburg to William Bozwell, son of John Bozwell for $13 sold 13 acres adj. Brice and Hoy. Wit: Robert Creswell and B.H. Saxon. Sg: D. McKie. Prov 10 Nov 1813 Rec 1 July 1815.Spartanburg Co SC Deed Bk O pg 262-263

17 Nov 1818 John Bazwell of Spartanburg to William Waddle for $350 sold 159 acres on waters of Win's Creek borders: Bazwells Spring and Hadden, includes 13 acres of Daniel McKie's land sold to John Bazwell that borders William Hoy and William Brice. Wit: John Durham and Phillip Johnson Sg: John Bazwell prov 4 Jan 1819 Rec. 4 Jan 1819 Spartanburg Co SC Deed Bk Q pg 171-172

This John Bozwell was still living 1 April 1824 Spartanburg Co SC when he bought land from Samuel J. Anderson

In Spartanburg District SC buying and selling land 1801-1804-1806-1824-1842

29 Jan 1787 John Sanders of Louisa Co (VA) to Jordan Gibson of same, for 10L 7s VA money, sold a wagon and harness for four horses. Wit: John Brown, John Boswell and Henry Gibson. Sg: John Sanders. Spartanburg Co SC Deed Bk B pg 260-261 (did John have to be 21 to wit? If so born ca 1766)

John Boswell Jr later Sr. was in Spartanburg district SC by 1800
m. Susan ?? Was she Susannah Bowling d/o Gene?? Or Susan Hoy d/o William
m. 12 Nov 1815 Spartanburg SC Isabella Floyd

In Spartanburg District SC buying and selling land 1801-1804-1806-1824-1842

29 Jan 1787 John Sanders of Louisa Co (VA) to Jordan Gibson of same, for 10L 7s VA money, sold a wagon and harness for four horses. Wit: John Brown, John Boswell and Henry Gibson. Sg: John Sanders. Spartanburg Co SC Deed Bk B pg 260-261 (did John have to be 21 to wit? If so born ca 1766)

13 March 1801 John Williams of Spartanburg to Thomas Foster of same for $150.00 sold 100 acres on waters of Fairforest Creek borders, John Bozwell, Connell, Beaverdam Creek and Fords old line part of 430 acres granted by Gov William Moultrie to John Golightly where John Williams formerly lived. Prov 13 March 1801 Spartanburg Co SC Deed Bk G pg 229-230
 
Boswell, John Sr (I78050)
 
4043 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Benjamin Mauldin (s/o Rucker Mauldin) b. 3 May 1812 m. Naomie Mayfield who d. 16 Jan 1894 age about 77 years at the home of her son Allen Mauldin of Dacusville Township (Pickens Co SC) buried Tabor Church--tombstone says d. 15 Jan. Peoples Journal Issue: 25 Jan 1894 gives her maiden name as Naomi Campbell.

In the 1850 Pickens District SC Census living with Benjamin and Naomi Mauldin was a Dicy Chapman age 62 born in SC.... Aunt of Naomi

Pickens Sentinel (Pickens SC) Issue: 21 April 1887
Mr Benjamin Mauldin an aged citizen of Pickens Township died last Thursday 
Mauldin, Benjamin Franklin (I91934)
 
4044 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Death cert. Texas 1903-1982
James Marion Smith b. 6 July 1853 SC d. 30 May 1932 Marion TX
wife Mary Smith
father Wm Smith
Mother ____Cox (Note-Louisa Jane Cox)

James M. Smith was widowed in 1930 Marion TX census
His sister Sallie Smith age 68 lived with him 
Family F29652
 
4045 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I95480)
 
4046 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Early Settlers of Charles Co MD pg 282-283
Edward Turner orphan of Arthur Turner of Charles Co dec'd. His cattle mark recorded by James Bowling on 17 July 1668. 
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4048 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Elnathan Davis was in York SC with the Smith family from VA to Guilford/Moore NC to York District SC and so was Abraham Mayfield and both in 1790 census of York SC

Anderson Co SC Will Bk A pg 357-359
Will of Abraham Mayfield...wife Peggy second dtr Snuggy, oldest son Austin, To Elijah 47 acres when he pays demands Austin has against him. To Ephriam land on south side spring branch. At wife death or marriage property to be sold and equally divided among all my children. Dated 21 Oct 1826 Wit: William Magee, Samuel McCoy, Sanfred Vandiver. 
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4049 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Elnathan Davis was in York SC with the Smith family from VA to Guilford/Moore NC to York District SC and so was Abraham Mayfield and both in 1790 census of York SC

Anderson Co SC Will Bk A pg 357-359
Will of Abraham Mayfield...wife Peggy second dtr Snuggy, oldest son Austin, To Elijah 47 acres when he pays demands Austin has against him. To Ephriam land on south side spring branch. At wife death or marriage property to be sold and equally divided among all my children. Dated 21 Oct 1826 Wit: William Magee, Samuel McCoy, Sanfred Vandiver. 
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4050 Research of Linda Smith Cheek--Francis Posey b. 1730 MD d. Dec 1787 Edgefield District SC

John and Francis Posey in Orange Co NC 1762\63 South Side Rocky River

Will of Francis Posey 5 December 1787 prov 11 January 1788 Wife Milly
Issue: Absolum Posey m. Jane he d. 1804 Union SC Phebe Hollingsworth m. Benjamin Hollingsworth, Nancy Smith m. 1st Rucker Smith 2nd Rucker Mauldin, Saley Martin--a daughter Seley Martin m. John Atkins he died 1806 a young man in Pendleton District SC. Jugay Sheriff m. Thomas Sheriff-- Suckey Posey, Mary Posey supposedly married *Harmon Smith s/o Christopher Smith Benjamin Posey--Martha Posey m. *Joshua Smith--Farr Posey when of age--Nathan Sims exor of the estate of Farr Posey 1836 lands to William Smith--Union Co SC--Susannah Posey m. *Hampton Smith--All three of the above *Smiths are supposed to be brothers. Edgefield District, SC

At this time I (Linda Smith Cheek) believe that the wife of Francis Posey was Mildred Miller his step-sister and d/o his-step father MILLER from Charles Co Maryland (LC). No records of Milly Posey are found after the death of her husband Francis Posey and it is likely that she married a 2nd time.

SC Linage 80 Vol 2--Samuel Posey b. 28 May 1802 Edgefield SC d. 1841 drowned in Mississippi River Lousiana m. 1821 SC Ruth Berry

John and Francis Posey were in deeds of Orange Co NC 12 May 1767

(NEW) FRANCIS POSEY petitioned 27 April 1780 Henry Co VA--served in Col. Stephen's Reg. in 1762. pg 253 Francis Posey--warrant of 50 acres issued granted between 1779-1780--most of the land was in the western section of Virginia which is present day KY. pg 267 & 314. VA Colonial Soldiers pg 253 by Loyd DeWitt Bockstruck

23 Aug 1785--Francis Posey sells land to Caleb Gassaway both of Ninety Six District SC--100 acres on S side of Broad River originally granted to John Clark by NC Grant Wit: Wm Farr--Benjamin Hollingsworth X Sg: Francis Posey (Gassaways to Pickens Co SC and married into the Jobe and Susannah Clayton Smith line.)

14 Nov 1787 Edgefield Co SC of one part and Joseph Comer of co of Union SC the other part--for 100 pds sold 100 acres more or less in Ninety Six District Co of Union in the fork of Tygar River and Broad River on N side of Cain Creek--bounding on Rucker Smiths line granted to Thomas Cox by Matthew Rowan (North Carolina) 23 Feb 1754--from Cox to Wm Armstrong
to John Posey and from him to Francis Posey the 31 July 1777. Wit; Joshua Martin--George Rowden and Rucker Smith x Sg: Francis Posey and Mildred Posey x Rec. 13 Jan 1789. Union Co SC Deed Bk B pg 148-150 
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