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The longleaf pine is one of the iconic symbols of North Carolina, and few places offer better views of them than Southern Pines. Southern Pines is lined with old-time, Southern charm, from an American flag on the exterior of the newspaper, to an old mailbox, to the renovated s Sunrise Theater that plays current movies. No, the lobby of The Pilot is plenty nice.

The office of the year-old newspaper that serves Moore County is located in the heart of downtown Southern Pines. Inside the front door are hardwood floors, crown molding, and rugs from the internationally renowned Capel manufacturer in nearby Troy. Sunlight beams through the front windows. David Woronoff, the publisher since , occupies the first office on the left.

After he finishes his call, he steps out and is more than happy to chat with an unexpected guest. Then he goes on about how the company publishes four magazines across the state.

Opens in back-to-back weeks, the twice-a-week newspaper published daily. Woronoff moved from Charlotte to Southern Pines 20 years ago. The downtown of the railroad community of Aberdeen is only five miles to the south. The village of Pinehurst, with its high-end resort and world-championship golf, lies six miles west. And on the east side, Southern Pines is bordered by the woodlands of Fort Bragg, one of the largest military bases in the country.

Put all of it together, and the region becomes something bigger. Within its town limits, Southern Pines offers plenty to do. The Sunrise Theater live-streams the Bolshoi Ballet. The North Carolina Symphony visits six or seven times a year. One hundred authors visited The Country Bookshop last year for readings and signings. This month, potters from South Korea will be in town for a cultural exchange, comparing pottery from the East with that of the West. With so much going on, the town is an anomaly in this area of North Carolina.

Dunn grew up in Snow Hill, a farming town in eastern North Carolina now known for its bumper crops of sweet potatoes. In , he was living in Washington, D. They headed south anyway. They tripled their living space, and their rent decreased. The arts council that Dunn directs started as a presenting organization, bringing concerts, plays, and exhibits to the area.

While that role still exists, its new direction—which will be instituted within a year—is more collaborative, joining together different groups and working with local artists. Started by two military spouses, R. Riveter prides itself on American-made products. Witness the Art in Military Life. The exhibition expressed the challenges of soldiers and their families.

Mediums included narrative textiles, photographs, and drawings. Developing community with a transient military population can be difficult. The Southern Pines company, started by two military wives, makes high-end handbags out of recycled and new military materials. Each bag is hand sewn in the United States by military spouses.

Cheery blue paint outlines Mockingbird, a retail store that sells stationery, jewelry, T-shirts, and magnolia-scented candles. She has pink pants, trendy glasses, and a bounty of blond curls. Her husband is stationed at Fort Bragg. She has a just-go-for-it mentality, a perspective that often comes with a marriage to a soldier. The first time he was stationed at Fort Bragg, they lived in Fayetteville. They moved to Florida before being sent back to Bragg about 10 years ago.

This time, though, a friend told them about Southern Pines. He even found them a house to rent. They bought a place here six months later. Before she worked in retail, McLaughlin was a law enforcement officer in Florida. Friends from the force still ask in disbelief: She has support from two communities: McLaughlin also volunteers at the Sunrise Theater next door.

The year-old building is enjoying a renaissance as a downtown gathering place. On the first Friday of the month from May through October, people flock to its lawn for live music and food trucks. It also shows films inside. Kevin Dietzel works at the theater. The Ohio native lives three-quarters of a mile down the street. When he was a student at Sandhills Community College, he began putting in half a dozen hours a week at the theater.

Before he knew it, he was here all the time. Four men hold down one end of the bar. They call themselves the East Enders. They swap stories about farming and business and local lore. One of them pulls up an article from The Pilot on his iPad.

The article is about former Southern Pines mayor Mike Haney, who passed away in March after a more than year battle with cancer. No matter if you live in Southern Pines or Charlotte, growth is controversial. Here in Southern Pines, a place with a thriving downtown, new shopping centers crop up on U. Highway just a couple of miles west of downtown and proposed highway projects meet opposition from people who champion pine forests. New ideas challenge long-held traditions, and new residents alter the dynamics of established neighborhoods.

Too much change, and the place might lose its character. Yet without progress, the small town with more opportunities than most risks becoming a small town that has less and less. In return, the brewery serves the town with beers such as the Moore IPA. In what looks like an office complex a mile and a half from the downtown center, people play corn hole in front of Suite E, which houses Southern Pines Brewing Company.

The three Special Forces veterans, who were once stationed at Fort Bragg, started the business with their own money and a bank note. They thought about investors, but their pride and desire to do things their way led them to just jump in on their own. The challenge for the brewery at the moment: Sometimes they have to sacrifice efficiency in one area to improve it in another.

They give a nod to their adopted hometown with a pinecone in the logo and beer names such as Moore IPA. Nearby, the plus-year-old Jefferson Inn below was remodeled in Residents of Pinehurst and Aberdeen come to Southern Pines to shop along Broad Street, see a movie at the Sunrise, and drink a beer at the brewery. They respect their history and try to manage their growth. Businessmen and women gather in the back of Mockingbird. The people strolling the sidewalk might be from Southern Pines or from a neighboring town or from someplace much farther away.

But they made the trip, whether a couple of blocks or multiple miles, to be here tonight. As the sun sets and the breeze rustles the magnolia leaves, you feel the common attraction that brings people from all over to this small town in the pines. Leah Hughes is a freelance journalist in Denton. She can be reached at leahchughes gmail.

Order the Reuben egg rolls. Yes, they sound odd. And yes, they are delicious. Order whatever homemade soup is on special and the Hot Vegetarian, a sandwich hearty enough for any meat eater.

Southern Pines Growler Company Take home a growler filled with a local brew, or sit on the deck and drink a pint or two from the 30 taps. Made of barrel staves, it was an opening gift from The Heritage Flag Company theheritageflag.

Riveter On the corner of West Pennsylvania and Bennett, this military-spouse-owned shop produces high-end, industrial-chic handbags from Army tents, retired uniforms, and woolen blankets. The boutique hotel located in the heart of Southern Pines offers traditional Southern charm, such as plantation shutters and a front porch with rocking chairs, as well as modern conveniences such as free Wi-Fi and down-filled duvets. Did you like what you read here?

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They came from Ulva, the small island off the west coast of Scotland. My grandfather settling here in Ontario and Andrew settling in Nova Scotia. Other members of the family included 4 sisters: Another brother Neil was killed in World War I. She was b in Glasgow and also buried in Ft. His parents names were, Hugh William and Georgina Munro. Now I know that James was born November 6th and died shortly after his wife, leaving the six children orphaned.

James father's name was Robert Munro who is from Achulvadrach, Tongue but this is where my family tree with all my research has ended. I am looking to find out more of who my ancestors are before the late 's. Any information regarding something you may know would be greatly appreciated. I am searching for genealogical data concerning Donald Munro, who I understand was an alderman of Outremont, Quebec, in the early to mid-twentieth century.

He was the uncle of my mother, Alice Munro, daughter of William Munro b. Does anyone have information about Donald or his descendants? Thank you, Eileen Cunningham. I am researching the side of my family that moved to British Columbia. Anne Munro married Peter Campbell who lived in Aberfoyle. Henry returns to the UK in and joins the regiment. I understand that he could have been a pilot and lost an arm? He marries my grandmother in and they have 3 daughters. The marriage fails and Henry returns to Canada in , Henry dies in Saanich aged I don't know much about my family, because I am told they didn't talk much about themselves or their history.

It seems there may have been some bad blood or a falling out along the way. I can tell you what I am reasonably sure to be fact and what is likely true. George F Munro was definitely born in Scotland, and if it wasn't in Inverness, it was around Inverness. The family may have just used that name as it would be the largest city in that area.

Family legend has it that the first born son was typically named George and the first born girl was typically named Grace. Other common family names are Hugh and James.

George immigrated to Canada, although I'm not sure if he came by himself or with other members of his family. It was said that he was a doctor and that his father may have possibly been a doctor. At any rate, the girl he married, Carrie Bates, was born in Canada. The only child that we know of is a son named Hugh James Munro, born around Quebec. Hugh refused to talk about his family to any of his children, but bits and pieces of his background came to be known.

We think that he had an older brother and sister, and it was Hugh James Munro who told the story about the first born son and daughter having the names George and Grace. The story goes that Hugh and his father, George, had some sort of falling out when Hugh was a young man, and Hugh either ran away from home or just left when he was old enough. He got odd jobs working on the railroad and prospecting in the United States.

He married in , which is somewhat late for that time period. Just where are they??!! Hugh had two children, George and Grace. That George had several children, one of which became my grandfather. Any further information would be greatly appreciated. I am researching my wife's family. Her great, great, great grandfather, David Phillips, married Ann Munro in He was born in Upper Canada about His mother, Catherine Phillips, lived with him in Grass Lake.

I think his father was Richard Phillips who married Catherine in They lived in Mount Pleasant and later they moved to Ancaster. Richard Phillips died in Richard was married to somebody else before Catherine. I have found one paper that says he forced with Butler's Rangers. According to this account, he was captured and sent to jail in Connecticut. Do you know some person who could help me research this further? We are interested in contacting the descendants of General Sir William Munro, CB, 39th Regiment, soldier and botanist, , who botanised in India, among other places, including Canada.

This rose species which is now called Rosa clinophylla, is a rose we are hybridising with and have released a number of Hybrids with the International Rose Registration Authority. We have many seedlings that we are testing before release, and we would like to name one in memory of General William Munro. We would be delighted to get in touch with any of his descendants to inform them of our desire to name a rose in memory of their ancestor.

We hope you will be able to put us in contact with members of his family. I am searching for anyone who knows the whereabouts of descendants of James Munro.

Sarah died in and James emigrated with 3 of his 5 children to Belleville, Hastings, Ontario. James Sr, married again and had 3 more children: Jessy, Edith and Frank. He is a widower again in the census. Of his 6 children in Canada, William became a music teacher and James is a tin smith. I can find nothing about any of them after the census.

Thank you, Elizabeth Munro Gurney. I'm looking for information on following Munros. I will give you what I have in hope maybe you can steer me in the right direction.

Issac Herbert Linington, d. Edited - email address no longer active - no way to contact person. If anyone can help contact Sarah, please let us know. If anyone has such a photo to share, my family would be most grateful. He was quite good looking, with, I believe, light blonde hair and light eyes and a slim or athletic build. Unfortunately, he left no forwarding address and family members have been unable to find a grave or death records in India.

There is a Brodie connection. The Brodies were much darker in complexion, and a couple of family members were doctors, I think. They did, I believe, go to Canada. Could my grandfather have met up with them? I believe my grandfather was educated at Edinburgh University, where he was an outstanding student. He came to India and met my wonderful grandmother.

The drinking became quite a problem. He would work for a few weeks and then take off, eventually not returning at all. His family was devastated. My aunt says that there's only one thing she wants at her age: Any information would be greatly appreciated. Dawne Yule, nee McKenzie: John and Amanda they called her Mandy were living in Western Canada when my gggrandmother Isabella was born in Isabella married Owen Storms in in Zanesville Ohio so obviously, the family had relocated.

They also had one child that we know of named Annie who never married and lived with the Storms family until her death. This line is really a "brick wall" for us so if anyone has any info. Hello to all Munros. Please can any of you help me find where my Gt. His name was William Duke Munro, b. He died in and is buried in Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal. She died in and is also buried at Mount Royal Cemetery. I cannot find any of their family after the Census and because they were mostly female, I cannot trace any marriages.

The family's names were Annie, b. They were born in Dundee, Scotland. A further two children were William, b. A later one, Alice, died in infancy in They arrived there in A sister-in-law of William Duke Munro arrived in Montreal in to live with them. I don't know what this is.

A club of some sort? He also worked for C. Hopefully, someone might recognise these names finger's crossed Sue Munro Daniels. Looking for more information re: They had 12 children: Any information about the people who lived in the Colregrien-Melbost-Laxdal area would be most welcome. Thank you, Don Munro. After years of searching I finally came to some headway and found the obituary to my great grandfather! John Brodie Munro the first He came to Canada when he was about 17 years of age Some time after the death of his first wife he came to Silver Creek valley.

Here he was married to Mrs. Mary Clayton in He leaves his wife, Mrs. Sam Ateah Jessie - and Mrs. Almar Monsen Daisy , all of Victoria Beach, Manitoba; 12 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, 2 sisters, 1 half-sister and many friends. Interment was made in the Silver Creek cemetery. Thanks so much, and hopefully this find of mine, helps you too. Looks like there is a long list of John Munro's in history.

Maria, Hugh, Douglas,Charles and Henry. Would love to hear from someone who's related. I'm looking for the parents of James Henry Monroe. Is there anyone out there related to James Henry, father of my great grandfather, Philip Eaton Monroe, who could help me?

I was wondering if you can help. I am looking to trace my cousins, Donald and James Munro. The only information that I have is: They immigrated to Ontario, I don't have dates, but I believe that their sons were born there around the mid 's, perhaps The last known address was St Catharines, Ontario. Any help would be very much appreciated. I am researching my family history and discovered some time ago that my Munros come from the Inveraray-Glenaray parish in Argyllshire.

The Munros from this area in Scotland grew in number. By the Census there were people of the name Munro in the Inveraray area.

Many made their way to Canada and Australia from onwards. My family stayed in Scotland until after WW2. My mother's name is Jean Kerr Munro and I can now trace her origins to the Inveraray area back to the late 17th Century. His grandaughter Agnes Munro married James Broadfoot in This family founded a huge Australian branch when they moved there in His other granddaughter Janet Munro is the mother of my grandfather Andrew Mitchell Munro My main question to your organization is the genealogy of Munros who came from Argyllshire to Canada.

I know from anecdotal references that many are related to my early family living in the Glenaray behind the town of Inveraray when they moved in the early 19th Century to Ontario and Quebec. I would be happy to share my researches with anyone in your organization with the same Argyll background.

Here is my sketch of my Argyll Inveraray background. Perhaps someone in your membership has a connection to the people above. I am looking for anyone who knows Gordon Monroe. He lived in Amherst Nova Scotia. He married a Doris McCann. They had 2 children a boy name David Gordon and a girl Gwenlyn Elizabeth. David was born in Nova Scotia and Gwenlyn was born in St. Any information would be good.

He was married to Ann ie or Margaret nee Mackay. John was father of George Munro and also Jan n et? If anyone could tell me when likely at the end of c18 and where he was born and who his parents were, then that would be great.

I have pretty definitive information from John onwards, but am struggling with the sheer number of Munros then residing in Farr e. There seems to have been an expanding Munro presence in Farr from at least the start of c Any tips or advice very welcome. Thanks, Dominic Munro Edinburgh. Thank you, Amy Bridgeman. My Grandfather, Donald John D. When they returned to Canada, they lived in PEI. I have not been able to find any records in Nova Scotia of the family or further back to Scotland.

His brother was Jack Munroe who fought Jim Jeffries. I'm going to Scotland in August and I'm hoping to find lost cousins. Margaret married William Ross in , he was the son of Flora Ross. He was born in Langwell just outside of Ardgay. Alexander Ross was my granddad and he immigrated to Canada about I am looking for relatives and descendants of Roderick "Scotty" Munro, the hockey coach.

He is my grandfather, James Munro's cousin. My mother remembers him coming to visit when she was little. I am also looking for the info and relatives to the rest of the family. My great great grandparents were George and Catherine Munro. My great grandparents were George and Mary Cassey Munro. My grandfather, James, was their only child that survived. I would be very grateful of any info anyone has. Margaret's parents were John Munro and Nancy Depperity.

Please anyone, anything will help! I only know that she was born in and her place of birth as listed on the , census is Inverness, Ross-shire. I have very little information to relate to, I don't know her mother's name, only that her father is listed on her marriage certificate as Hector Munro Deceased at the time of her marriage in I realise this is like a needle in a haystack, any information gratefully appreciated.

Hi, I'm hoping to find a correct connection for my research of the Munros in my ancestry. As of yet, other queries that I have made have led to nowhere. Seems no one is able to help me find the connection I require. John Fisher b - d? Dr Robert Munro b? Alexander Munro son of? John Munro son of? Not even sure even this last piece of information on James Munro actually relates to 7b. Who is Alexander Munro, who is his wife and who are his parents?

Who is John Munro? Who are his parents? Some info that I have found don't add up and I am unable to verify what is right and what is wrong. So who is the father? One response received was: Is this info for the correct Alexander Munro? And who was Farquhar Munro? And how does he connect to the main line of Munros?

Other responses to my queries only indicate that my info is incorrect but then receive no correction to help move me along.

As for John Munro. If anyone is able to help get me in the right direction that would be most helpful. I know my family history since we have been in the States, as we have basically have remained in the same area for over years. Where I lose track of us is in Canada, and according to my records we were also there for many years as well.

Several of my records indicate that in in Addison, Ontario, James Wiltse Monroe was born, he is the last of my family born in Canada. Chittenden Taplin Monroe, born , in Addison, is the earliest record of my relatives I have born in Canada in believe.

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Some Littles move to Ross Co. On the Montgomery Co. Isaac and Thomas Little also appear on the Surry Co. They are possibly refugees from North Carolina who have come to Chestnut Creek for the safety of their families. Thomas' son Moses migrated from Chester Co. There are two conflicting lines on Worldconnect for this family I think. I will let the descendants figure it out. I note that there may be two pension claims for Daniel McCoy as well: If the pension application can be located, then this mess can probably be straightened out - the men will tell us who they were in their own words.

In this line, the three men on the Swift muster are brothers and sons of a Scotch or Scotch-Irish immigrant named Daniel McCoy who, according to family legends emigrated through the port of Philadelphia then moved South through North Carolina and then ended up in South Carolina. All of the brothers went to Kentucky and John was killed by Indians there. David and Daniel continued on to Jackson Co. Daniel married Eliza Ryle and John m. Daniel obtained a pension in we think for his Revolutionary war service.

Since this line matches the Regulator petitions and intermarries with the Norton family, it seems more likely to be the one on the Swift militia muster.

Their parents are not known. There is some confusion around who Margaret married, and she is not on all lists of William Norton's children. Descendants end up in Christian Co. Regulator Petitions from the Guilford county area We find these names: Also John Ryle line 1 and William Norton line 2.

Daniel has 1 horse and no blacks and the other has 2 horses and no blacks; There are 2 Davids one has 2 horses and no blacks District 1 , and the other District 2 has three horses and no blacks. There is a Daniel in District 1 with 1 horse and no blacks. The Chestnut Creek neighborhood is in District 2 I think. There is also a William McCoy in in District 2.

Stephen was born 9 November in Raynham, MA. Stephen's parents were Ebenezer Mehurin d. Samuel's children settled in Shelby Co. His wife's name is not known. His children were Priscilla b. Sarah Proctor , Phebe m. Thomas Scott , and Silas m. Samuel Mehusein 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 1 horse, 4 cattle. There is no demonstarted attachment of the following to the Upper New River. He is the only possiblity found:. He is the son of Benjaimin McKrill b. His children are born Virginia.

He migrates to Fairfield Co. The ancestry of Charles and Henry is still unclear. There is a Charles m. Mary Atkins from this family who left a will in in Chatham Co. The Charles Morgan of Chatham county does not seem to have a son named Henry as far as anyone knows and he does not appear on the Regulator petition lists.

Is Ruddy actually Ruddick, and indicative of a family ties to the Ruddicks? Some information above provided by Mary Sheffield on the Morgan Genforum, but the ancestry of this line is still in need of work.

This militia company also contained John Cooke from the Swift company and about a dozen men or more accused of Tory activities. Henry received a pension for his Revolutionary War activities in White Co. IL in W, applied 4 Sep In Henry's pension application he details fighting he did in battles at Weltzell's Mill and elsewhere in North Carolina. Henry was born 7 Dec in Rowan or Guilford Co.

Later he moved to Montgomery Co. He married Susannah Poe in Montgomery Co. Absalom Melton , Susan age 54 in , Sarah m. Jackson , and Mary. Henry's widow applied for a pension application in and she lived until 25 Oct It is believed that these two are not related to the William and Morgan Morgan who appear on the "1st" and "2nd" Swift militia musters.

William and Morgan are probably the sons of Nathaniel Morgan who lived in today's Wythe county and is found on the and tax lists District 1.

See the pension applications of Morgan Morgan and Nathan Morgan. Charles and Henry Morgan are not on the tax list, but do reappear in in Grayson County when Henry has 1 horse.

Charles reappears in and has 2 horses, but Henry disappears. Henry, William not fit they are not Quakers, but have a Quaker background on both lists. He died in Pickens Co. He had a son named Henry b. William's parents were Edward Norton b. Elizabeth's parents were William Browne b. The Browns are a very large Chester Co.

The immigrant ancestor was William Browne b. The Nortons had an intermediate stop in Loudoun Co. William and Jemima Pickerel Norton's children: Jemima Pickerell's brother John is found on 13 May buying land as the assignee of William Norton, assignee of James Clerk's attorney, on treasury warrant, acres on Cold [Coal] Creek, branch of Chestnut Creek, to begin at the headwaters of a small branch below his plantation to include his improvements Johnny Long.

According to John P. Henry Norton 1 tithe, 0 slave, 1 horse, 2 cattle; William Norton 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 5 horse, 14 cattle. There are no Nortons on the Wythe tax list. Henry Pickerel and John Pickerell are on the Wythe tax list. Could this be Thomas Pearson m. Elizabeth Ballard and his son Samuel m. The records in Hinshaw are silent from the period , so they could have been in New River during this time. Thomas and Samuel are amongst the first settlers of Randolph Co.

Did not find him on the tax list incl. Jemima Ruddick see Ruddick below. The one line I found for him on Worldconnect did say he was a Quaker, but not much more. James returned to the Piedmont after the war and his will was filed in Rowan Co. His children went to Jefferson Co. Henry Pendry is not listed in Rootsweb Worldconnect. Ralph Pendery of Berkeley Co. Its possible that James and Henry also came directly from Ireland as there is less information on this family name and many variants than most Quaker lines.

There is a web site for James and Jemima Pendry at http: This site has lots of information on the Ruddick family as well.

There appear to be no Pendrys on the Wythe tax list. The name Ransom is not a Quaker name. Ramson is a very rare name in Colonial America. The name Thomas Panjon same fellow?

John Cox's militia list, is probably the same man with a poorly transcribed name. They established a Quaker community there, in the wilderness, of about families, but the Quakers in North Carolina urged them to come back to West River. Most of the Quakers then left, but the Beals, Bransons, and James Horton stayed and did a lot of hunting.

The Shawnee caught some of the young men of the settlement who were hunting, including Horton and Thomas Branson's son John , and took them to the Ohio country to be burned at the stake. John Branson escaped, but arrived home in bad shape and died three years after his ordeal.

The Branson family is often found with Thomas Beals and likely removed with him about to what is now Greene or Jefferson Co. VA and his wife Isabella who in turn was the son of Thomas Branson b.

Thomas married Jean Painter b. Thomas and Jean's children were John; Lois m. John Bowater Beals, she d. Beulah Painter; Hannah m. Richard Trenary; Thomas; David d. Hannah Jackson; Eunice d. Abraham Clevenger; and Jacob. Eli was a Regulator who is said to have fought at Alamance. It is also said that he became a Tory Captain during the Revolution, was taken prisoner at Yorktown, and went to London, England where he married Jane Rankin, a daughter of William Rankin while his first wife was still living.

Thomas Branson was assessed at 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 3 horses, 6 cattle. The name is not among the Swift roster names on the tax list, indicating they lived outside the Chestnut Creek territory.

John Corder is Thomas Branson's brother in law married his sister Elizabeth. Montgomery County Survey Book A, page This land adjoined Thomas Branson's acres which was surveyed the same day. If Thomas Branson is living in the Chestnut Creek community at the time of the Draper list, it is likely this corresponds with the Indian attack on the Blue Stone settlement he is a temporary refugee.

Hopewell Friends history , page Also on the personal tax list and land tax list is Jarret Bransom assessed at 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horses, 2 cattle and acres valued at 7s10d and taxed at 1s6d. Jarret is thought to be related to Thomas Branson, but nature of the relationship has not been established.

A biography of one of Jared's descendants in Missouri states that his father's name was John. In he lived at Burks Fork, Montgomery Co. Thomas Jessop owned land at Big Reed Island Abram's descendants were allied with Jared's in Patrick, VA. Thomas Beals' son Daniel has a http: He may have been in Wythe, VA in with Jarott. For more information on this line contact Sandra Branson Young who provided much of the information found here and has a web site for the Branson family.

There is one Quaker family with this last name in York Co. There are also many Presbyterians by this name, marrying other descendants of lowland Scots. Tthe migration path of some members of this Presbyterian family was very similar to the Scotch-Irish Quakers on this list and there are close relatives nearby in the New River valley non-Quaker Cox family. They seem to frequent the same Tennessee counties Greene and Jefferson as the Quakers on this militia list.

A William Rankins signed some of Regulator petitions and was excluded from Governor Tryon's pardon in he was declared an outlaw.

There are two different Rankin lines claiming this William Rankin and a third possibility. William apparently had a son named William b. He may also have had a daughter named Mary who married David Cornett in These brothers were born in Chester Co. Their parents were Caleb Reese b. This David Reese is not the signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration although one database makes that suggestion.

Caleb of Swift's Militia list m. Sarah Osborn Quaker Osborn line - not the Grayson line. He was married to Anna Cox. His sons were Joseph b. Phebe Alice Mecca , Benjamin disowned for marrying out of unity, b. Lydia and John b. He had a daughter named Jane m. Lancaster now Warrington twp. Solomon and William Ruddick are two of the men who refused to swear the oath of Allegience to Virginia in Capt. Cox's company in Grandchildren of the Ruddicks in Jackson Co.

Solomon son of Solomon's son William took a strong stand in this cause and put up many runaway slave families in their home. A story passed down in the family relates that one such black family arrived at the Ruddick home late on a rainy night in March of and were taken into safety.

Their captors were in hot pursuit and by the next day were inquiring at the Ruddick place. The strangers apparently demanded the return of the slaves, but were refused and a struggle ensued.

Solomon was put in a position to fight one of the party , but was successful in driving off the intruders, at least for a time, and the escaping slave family soon after continued their journey north to freedom. Because of the methods used in this situation, Solomon was visited by the meeting the following June for "striking his fellow man in anger". He renounced his use of violence and retained his membership.

John is not on this tax list. In Solomon was taxed for 86 acres and both William "Ridick"s were taxed for acres. The Ruddicks were not fined by Capt. They either participated or paid their fines. According to Grady Loy, the tradition in the Ruddick family is that they participated in the fighting in North Carolina in the s on the Whig side.

Children of Solomon Ruddick and Amy Bedsaul: Elisha ; Jesse d. Katherine Baker ; William d. Rachel Cox; Mary ; Ann Moved to Knox Co. Children of William Jr. Elizabeth Line; Lydia Children of John Ruddock and Catherine Cox: Elizabeth Wilson; Lydia , d. This family removed to Knox Co. Nathan probably Baptist not on Draper's list.

Nathan was born 14 April and died 16 June in Jefferson Co. He married Elizabeth Davis, possibly b. I don't know whether she is related to the other Davises on the Swift rolls.

Others of his grandchildren were peaceful Quaker farmers in Iowa as he traveled west to Jefferson Co. I could find no one with this name upper New River connections in Worldconnect. There is also a John and Joseph Simmons in Capt. I believe that John is likely to be connected to the Simmons family of Surry Co. Examples of this line: This family became Baptist in Surry County. This family may be connected to the Hammons and Skipworths. The presence of numerous Surry County people on the Draper muster corresponds to a letter from Col.

Preston to the governor of Virginia noting the presence of refugees from Surry in New River during late and early Preston notes that he expects them to join local militia companies.

John Simmons, 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 0 horse, 0 cattle. Ryal Simmons, son of Peter, Surry Co. Jonathan Skipworth or Skipper is not mentioned in Worldconnect. This might mean he was killed during the Revolution.

A Nathan Skipper or Skipworth b. Armstrong's Regt seeing battle at Germantown and Brandywine. The other choice for Skipworth is an old Henrico Co. I believe the Onslow Co. This connection could explain some of the lack of information on these lines.

Barnaby and George Skipper sign. Members of the Skipper family of Onslow Co. Barnabus Skipper is known to be partially Native American and some of his descendants are listed as free persons of color in the NC census. Free persons of color native Americans had full citizenship rights in North Carolina until I was not able to identify the ancestry of Timothy.

There are many Spencers in the area that are probably related. Robert Goad and d. This Goad is probably related to the ancestor of Lieu. James Cock on the Swift musters whose mother was named Elizabeth Goad. There is a John Spencer on the Wythe county personal tax list who may be the John Spencer who married the widow of William Little see above.

This is probably the Timothy Spencer who filed a pension application in in Grayson Co. He was granted the pension in receiving Most of his service was in North Carolina. He is not on the census for Wilkes or Surry Co. Samuel was born in Chester Co. His brother Thomas was born in the same place and died in Logan Co. Samuel married Lydia Vernon another Chester Co. Both are the children of John Stanfield b. Thomas married Hannah Vernon.

Before migrating to Rushcreek twp. Samuel Stanfield, 1 tithable, 0 slaves, 4 horse, 14 cattle. The Stanfields were not fined by Capt. Swift for missing militia musters. James Few , who was hung after the Battle of Alamance was a Stanfield descendant and very distant cousin. James Stewart was another of the men convicted of High Treason in the trial at Hillsborough after the battle of Alamance along with Harmon Cox.

He was given a respite at the King's pleasure after being dragged in chains for miles after the battle. The names James and John Stewart are found on the Regulator petitions.

This James, if it is him, is Presbyterian and was a bit of a roust-about, with records in court showing various legal problems including fathering an illegitimate child he seems to have some of the same qualities as Col.

James died abt while mounting a horse in the service of the American cause in the Revolution. These Stewarts were neighbors of Daniel Boone's. It is not particularly well known but is connected to the Regulators. There is no William from this line that fits though. Herman Husband , the best known leader of the Regulation married Jesse's sister Mary.

The connection between Herman Husband and the Cox family has been noted above first cousins. The presence of the Boone connected John Stewart d. KY family nearby in Osborne's company e. Richard Pennington and the Osborne men who will marry two Stewart daughters makes connecting to a William in this family something to consider.

However, at this time I don't have enough data to even say if he was alive at this time or that there was such a man. There is a Stewart connection to the Morgan line see above, John Stewart m. Rachel Morgan but it is not known if this is a connection for William. Deep River informs that John Stewart requests cert.

William Stuart 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horses, 0 cattle. He is on the tax list with 2 horses and no blacks. No Stewarts were fined by Capt. There are two Johns with illegible names, one with only a tithe and the other with only a tithe and a horse. No name like this appears on the Wythe tax list either.

Flower Captain of the militia company Baptist on both lists. Flower is the son of Thomas Swift and Martha. Thomas was born in St. George's Parish, Baltimore Co. Swift received a certificate on this land, as an assignee of Elisha Bedsaul - acres on East Chestnut Creek - on 3 September He and his family moved to Whitley Co.

His children were Amy m. John Hanks , Jestina m. George Currin , Thomas m. Mary Catron , Margaret m. Robert Nuckolls , John m. Catherine Bird , Elisha m. Flower Swift was a Baptist. Flower's paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Whitaker was the first cousin of http: A much more detailed description of Flower Swift's genealogy, from Grady Loy, can be found at http: Flower Swift was made a magistrate of Wythe county before Grayson was formed and was the first magistrate sworn in after the formation of Grayson in He was also the first commander of the Grayson county militia after the county was formed Lt.

Commandant on May 22, Two names found on the Swift Revolutionary militia rosters are found as officers in the first battalion of Grayson militia, John McCoy and George Martin. One wonders if one of Husband's sons married a daughter of Flower Swift. If so, this is one of numerous connections between the Swift Company and Husband. The signature of Thomas Swift, Flower's father is on two petitions. Another branch of the Swift family married the Patick Mullen line and Patrick is also on the Regulator petitions.

The Quakers were passing rules against slave ownership during this time frame. In Grayson Co. Flower Swift had 3 whites, 0 slaves and 5 horses and Thomas Swift had 1 white, 0 slaves and 6 horses. Along with many of the prominent Presbyterians of Montgomery Co. Also possibly signing the petition are William Norton and Samuel Cox names partially illegible , non-Quakers on the Swift militia lists. No Quakers seem to sign this petition. Matthew Dickey to Flower Swift, acres worth 30 pounds.

In he owned 80 acres. John Thomas Richard Ussery d. His son William b. It is three children of this William or perhaps of his son William's, namely William, John and Welcome whose names are found on the Regulator petitions. I cannot tell which generation it is or a mix of generations as this family recycled names. Thomas is a family name and there are a couple who could be the man on this militia list.

I did not find a Jonathan, but John is a common family name too. There is some confusion amongst the various William Ussery genealogies as two brothers John and William have sons of similar ages b.

After the war this family was largely found in Anson or Montgomery Co. There is a Jonathan Essery in Abbeville Co. By the early s they relocated to Ross Co. This family intermarried with the Comer, Cox and Dixon families all who were Quakers from Warrington twp. These associations are highly suggestive that this may be the man listed here. There is also a John Esary b. He is associated with families in Kentucky with Quaker surnames. His wife was Sarah Hester Clark. This family migrated from Hardin Co.

Cindy Casey maintains an http: Nathan not fit Probably a Baptist, listed as a non-Quaker on the Swift lists on both lists. Ward's Mill Run is named after his family. A Nathan Ward was made a captain on the formation of the 78th Regt of militia in August soon after the formation of Grayson county. Nathan settled on Coal [Cole] Creek in present day Carroll County by at least and had his land surveyed in He purchased his land from the Loyal Land Company and it was a conflicted purchase not validated until He died March 14, in Grayson County.

Anne Williams [see below] and removed to Hawkins Co. Jeffrey Clark [Quaker Clarks? Elizabeth Wilson and remained in Carroll Co. Nathan Ward, 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horse, 8 cattle. In , District 2 of Wythe there is a Nathan Ward with 7 horses and no blacks and another Nathan Ward with 3 horses and no blacks one of these is his nephew by brother Wells. In the Grayson county land tax list there is a Nathan Ward with acres worth 50 pounds. Nathan Ward was not on the list of those fined for missing militia musters.

His parents were Zacharius Williams b. I could not find her ancestry. Amos moved to North Carolina in , to Virginia some time before [? Rachel Longacre and lived in Jefferson Co. Amos Williams 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 4 horse, 9 cattle. On the Wythe list James has 2 horse and no blacks and there is a William Williams with 4 horses and no blacks, another with 0 horses and two William Williams with 2 horses and no blacks and yet another with 3 horses and no blacks and one more with but a single horse and a final one with 6 horses.

New Garden MM records: James Williams, son of Amos, Montgomery Co. Thomas, same place, , at Tom's Creek Mtg. They had declared marriage intentions at New Garden MM.

These two are probably father and son John is the father and he married a Mary. Nancy Safewright children William, John m. Mary Bryant , Henry b. Nancy Paxson [of the Bucks Co. William has a brother named John, b. Mary children Obediah b. Jan Grayson Co.

Susannah Short and Jeffrey b. They seem to marry Quaker associated families. John Williams 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horse, 3 cattle; William Williams 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horse, 9 cattle; William Williams Jr. In the tax list there is a William Williams with 4 horses, 1 with no horses, two with 3 horses, 1 with 1 horse and 1 with 2 horses - all in District 2 and all with no blacks.

Caleb was born and died 16 January He married Nancy Bowles about in Surry Co. The Winfreys stayed in Surry Co. Her sister Mary married Pleasant Branch Roberts. Caleb Winfrey is also the "1st" Flower Swift militia list probably after In the Annals of Southwest Virginia by L. Summers, Isaac Winfrey is one of several persons who appear on the Draper list considered to be suspected of being inimical to the government on September, These list are called the first and second lists, but probably later than the ones presented above.

This is only a sampling of the men on these militia lists. I have included everyone who was on the personal tax list.

Their absence from the militia roster may be an indication that they were elsewhere, perhaps serving in the Regular army.

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