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Captain John Taylor Smith

Captain John Taylor Smith

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  • Name John Taylor Smith 
    Title Captain 
    Born 1740  Wake Co,NC,USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Jan 1795  Wilkes Co,GA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    WILL 1796  Wilkes, GA, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    The will of Captain John T. Smith, deceased, estate James Kinman, executor was signed April 27, 1794, and probated on January 30, 1795, Wilkes County, Georgia. Returns were made against the estate in 1796, made in 1800, cattle sold and killed for the use of the family. James Kinman's account for tax on slaves Betsey, Esther and Joe, 1780. James Kinman and Thos. Grier, executors ordered to appear before Court March 5, 1800. Elizabeth Smith, Chas. Smith and John Walker, administrators September 1, 1800, warrant of apportionment. Returns for 1802 expense of dividing 408 acres of land in Greene County, between Nancy Smith, John Walker and heirs of John Taylor Smith, which land was granted John Smith, deceased. Drawing of lots of land in Greene County, between Nancy Smith and John Walker and heirs of John Taylor Smith, which land was granted John Smith, deceased, by heirs and legatees April 6, 1801, signed by Harris Coleman, John Pope, John Walker, James Wootten [sic] and Chas., Benj., Wm., Milly and Nancy Smith, and the heirs of John Taylor Smith. Receipts of Benj. and Wm. Smith for their pay as overseers of the estate 1799. Receipts of Betty Smith December 4, 1800 and February 19, 1801 for her dower and one third of the crop (Betty must have been the widow of one of the sons, probably John T. Smith, as Captain John Smith's wife was Sarah, (see will, Vol. 1, page 65).Receipts of Thomas Wootten [sic], Jr. 1806 for $95.00, being money allowed for horse, saddle, bed, etc.Receipt of Benjamin Smith 1801-1802 for legacy from father's estate.Receipts of Chas. Smith, gdn. of Nancy and Mildred Smith, orphans of John Smith deceased and guardian of heirs of John Taylor Smith, deceased 1802, 1803, all to John Walker, administrator. Division of personal estate of John Smith, deceased, March 4, 1813, no administrator mentioned, Robert Mathews gets Easter, David and Matilda; Jas. Smith gets Lewis and Jordan; Bethiah C. Smith gets Joe and Stephen Smith gets Betty, Burwell, Phereby and Rachel (see Vol. 1, p. 183).Receipts of Thomas Wootten [sic], Jr. to Chas. Smith, guardian, for $501.00 part of his legacy in right of his wife Mildred from her father's estate.

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    Family Sarah Baskin 
    Married 1768  NC, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Alexander Smith
     2. Mary Smith
     3. Martha Smith
     4. Elizabeth Smith
     5. John Taylor Smith,   d. Bef 1795
     6. Nancy Smith
     7. Frances Smith
     8. William Smith
     9. Benjamin Smith
     10. Charles Smith
     11. Mildred Smith
     12. David Smith,   b. c 1775, ,Wilkes,GA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. c 1831, ,,GA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 56 years)
     13. Margaret Smith
    Last Modified 11 Dec 2018 
    Family ID F23916  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsBorn - 1740 - Wake Co,NC,USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 1768 - NC, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - Jan 1795 - Wilkes Co,GA,USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsWILL - The will of Captain John T. Smith, deceased, estate James Kinman, executor was signed April 27, 1794, and probated on January 30, 1795, Wilkes County, Georgia. Returns were made against the estate in 1796, made in 1800, cattle sold and killed for the use of the family. James Kinman's account for tax on slaves Betsey, Esther and Joe, 1780. James Kinman and Thos. Grier, executors ordered to appear before Court March 5, 1800. Elizabeth Smith, Chas. Smith and John Walker, administrators September 1, 1800, warrant of apportionment. Returns for 1802 expense of dividing 408 acres of land in Greene County, between Nancy Smith, John Walker and heirs of John Taylor Smith, which land was granted John Smith, deceased. Drawing of lots of land in Greene County, between Nancy Smith and John Walker and heirs of John Taylor Smith, which land was granted John Smith, deceased, by heirs and legatees April 6, 1801, signed by Harris Coleman, John Pope, John Walker, James Wootten [sic] and Chas., Benj., Wm., Milly and Nancy Smith, and the heirs of John Taylor Smith. Receipts of Benj. and Wm. Smith for their pay as overseers of the estate 1799. Receipts of Betty Smith December 4, 1800 and February 19, 1801 for her dower and one third of the crop (Betty must have been the widow of one of the sons, probably John T. Smith, as Captain John Smith's wife was Sarah, (see will, Vol. 1, page 65).Receipts of Thomas Wootten [sic], Jr. 1806 for $95.00, being money allowed for horse, saddle, bed, etc.Receipt of Benjamin Smith 1801-1802 for legacy from father's estate.Receipts of Chas. Smith, gdn. of Nancy and Mildred Smith, orphans of John Smith deceased and guardian of heirs of John Taylor Smith, deceased 1802, 1803, all to John Walker, administrator. Division of personal estate of John Smith, deceased, March 4, 1813, no administrator mentioned, Robert Mathews gets Easter, David and Matilda; Jas. Smith gets Lewis and Jordan; Bethiah C. Smith gets Joe and Stephen Smith gets Betty, Burwell, Phereby and Rachel (see Vol. 1, p. 183).Receipts of Thomas Wootten [sic], Jr. to Chas. Smith, guardian, for $501.00 part of his legacy in right of his wife Mildred from her father's estate. https://www.genealogy.com/ftm/i/n/g/George-A-Ingram/GENE7-0018.html - 1796 - Wilkes, GA, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Notes 
    • SMITH, CAPT. JOHN dec'd. est. Jas. Kinman, excr. Returns 1796, made 1800, cattle sold and killed for the use of the family. Jas. Kinmans acct. for tax on slaves Betsy, Esther and Joe, 1780. Jas. Kinman and Thos. Grier, excrs ordered to appear before court Mar. 5, 1800. Elizabeth Smith, Chas. Smith and John Walker, admrs. Sept. 1, 1800, warrant of apprmt. Returns for 1802 expense of dividing 408 acres of land in Greene Co., between Nancy Smith, John Walker and heirs of John Taylor Smith, which land was granted John Smith, dec'd. Drawing of lots for land of John Smith, dec'd by heirs and legatees Apr. 6, 1801, signed by Harris Coleman, John Pope, John Walker, Jas. Wootten and Chas., Benj., Wm., Milly and Nancy Smith, and the heirs of John Taylor Smith. Receipts of Benj. and Wm. Smith for their pay as overseers of the est 1799. Receipts of Betty Smith Dec. 4, 1800 and Feb. 19, 1801 for her dower and one-third of the crop. (Betty must have been the wid of one of the sons, probably John T. Smith, as Capt. John Smith's wife was Sarah, (See will Vol. 1, p. 65). Receipt of Thos. Wootten, Jr. 1806 for $95.00, being money allowed for horse, saddle, bed etc. Receipt of Benj. Smith 1801-1802 for legacy from fathers est. Receipt of Chas. Smith, gdn of Nancy and Mildred Smith, orphs of John Smith, dec'd and gdn of heirs of John Taylor Smith, dec'd, 1802, 1803, all to John Walker, admr. Division of personal est of John Smith, dec'd, Mar. 4. 1813, no admr mentioned, Robt. Matthews gets Easter, David and Matilda; Jas. Smith gets Lewis and Jordan; Bethiah C. Smith gets Joe and Stephen Smith gets Betty, Burwell, Phereby and Rachel. (See Vol. 1, p. 183). Receipt of Thos. Wootten, Jr. to Chas. Smith, gdn for $501.00 part of his legacy in right of his wife Mildred from her fathers est.
      Early Records of Georgia Vol II Wilkes Co