Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

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Joshua White SHERRILL

Family 1 : Susannah OSBOURNE
Jesse SHERRILL
Levi SHERRILL
Joshua SHERRILL
+Sarah SHERRILL
John SHERRILL
James SHERRILL
+Hugh SHERRILL
+Elisha SHERRILL


Children
Levi M. SHERRILL b: 12 SEP 1776 in Lincoln Co., North Carolina
Jesse SHERRILL
Joshua SHERRILL
Elisha SHERRILL
Sarah SHERRILL
John SHERRILL
James SHERRILL
Hugh SHERRILL


Susannah OSBOURNE

Family 1 : Joshua SHERRILL
Jesse SHERRILL
Levi SHERRILL
Joshua SHERRILL
+Sarah SHERRILL
John SHERRILL
James SHERRILL
+Hugh SHERRILL
+Elisha SHERRILL


Children
Levi M. SHERRILL b: 12 SEP 1776 in Lincoln Co., North Carolina
Jesse SHERRILL
Joshua SHERRILL
Elisha SHERRILL
Sarah SHERRILL
John SHERRILL
James SHERRILL
Hugh SHERRILL


Samuel ABERNATHY

Temple Shelton, marriage bondsman

Liza ABERNATHY
Levi ABERNATHY
Susannah ABERNATHY
Henderson ABERNATHY
Frances ABERNATHY
John F. ABERNATHY


Sarah SHERRILL

Liza ABERNATHY
Levi ABERNATHY
Susannah ABERNATHY
Henderson ABERNATHY
Frances ABERNATHY
John F. ABERNATHY


Samuel ABERNATHY

Temple Shelton, marriage bondsman

Liza ABERNATHY
Levi ABERNATHY
Susannah ABERNATHY
Henderson ABERNATHY
Frances ABERNATHY
John F. ABERNATHY


Robert ABERNATHY

Will of Robert Abernathy:

In the name of God, Amen; I, Robert Abernathy of the county of Lincoln and State of North Carolina, now being of sound and perfect mind and memory, do this day, the eighth of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty, do make and publish this my last will and Testement in the following manner; that is to say -

First, I give and bequeath unto my four sons, Buckner Abernathy, Samuel Abernathy, Frederick Abernathy, and Robert Abernathy the whole of all the lands whereon I now live, to be divided equally between them, with all the buildings and improvements belonging to the aforesaid lands.

I do give unto Buckner Abernathy, Samuel Abernathy, Frederick Abernathy, and Robert Abernathy, my four sons, and Lucy Shelton, Susan Lee, and Frances Bird, my three daughters, all or the whole of my negroes, to be divided equally amony them, and I also give my four sons and three daughters, their names already above mentioned, all my stock of every kind and all my household goods and furniture of every kind and farming utencils of every kind and all other property besides.

Lastly, I do make and constitute my worthy friends or sons Buckner Abernathy, Samuel Abernathy, Executors of this my last Will and Testement, in witness whereof, I, the said Robert Abernathy have to this, my last Will and Testament, set my hand and seal the day and year first above written, signed, sealed published and declared by the said Robert Abernathy - the Testator, as his last Will and Testament.

(Signed) Robert Abernathy

In the presence of us. James Loften, Aram Sherrill, Edmond Loften. Probated April 1846.

Probated April 1846.
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Children
Clayton ABERNATHY b: 1795

Marriage 2 Abigail HARWELL b: 1759 in Brunswick Co, VA
Married: ABT. 1776 in Brunswick Co, VA
Children
Buckner ABERNATHY b: 1770
Robert ABERNATHY b: 1781
Samuel ABERNATHY b: 1782
Lucy ABERNATHY b: 1783
Susanna ABERNATHY b: 1787
Frances ABERNATHY b: ABT. 1789 in VA
Frederick ABERNATHY b: 1789
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From: Adkins, Entries: 8529    Updated: Fri Nov 2 04:33:44 2001 Contact: Sharyn Young

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/o/h/Donna-J-Johnson/BOOK-0001/0004-0006.html#CHILD28

Robert5 Abernethy (John4, Robert3, Robert A.2, Robert A.1) was born 1752 in Brunswick Co., VA, and died 1845 in Lincoln Co., NC. He married Abigail Harwell, daughter of Samuel Harwell and Abigail Harwell.

Revolutionary War Pension Application - Robert Abernathy S8006
State of North Carolina - Lincoln County
On the 15th day of September, 1832 personally appeared before us Jno. J. Sherford & Nathaniel Edwards Justices of the court of said County Robert Abernathy, a resident of the County of Lincoln & state aforesaid, aged about eighty years who being first duly sworn, according to Law, doth on his oath make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress adopted 7th June 1832 - That he entered the service of the United States about the year 1776 in the state of Virginia, then a resident of the county of Brunswick, was drafted, three different times for three months each and under the following officers; the first under John Macklin, Capt. in Regt. Comd'd by Col. Harrison and was stationed at Portsmouth, Virginia, the second time under Capt. Hicks in regt. comd'd by Col. Elliott & was stationed part of the time at Williamsburg; the third tour, his place was supplied by a substitute.
He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a Pension or annuity, except the present, and declares that his name is not on the Pension Roll if the agency of any State or on the rolls of any State.
Mr. Jacob Hill, a clergyman residing in the County of Lincoln and Francis Harwell residing also in the same county hereby certify that we are well aquainted with Robert Abernathy, who has subscribed & sworn to the above declaration; that we believe him to be about eighty years of age; that he is reputed and believed, in the neighborhood where he resides, to have been a soldier of the Revolution & that we concur in that opinion.
Personally appeared before us Jno. J. Sherford & Nathaniel Edwards, Justices of the Court, Francis Harwell, Resident of the county of Lincoln & State of No. Ca. who after being duly Sworn according to Law deposith and saith; that he has been acquainted with Robert Abernathy from his youth, and knows that he went two tours in the service and the third, Robert Abernathy hired a substitute in the Revolutionary War; that he has known him up to the present and the last forty years has lived a neighbor to him in No. Ca. Mr. Frederick Abernathy & Francis Harwell, certify that we are well acquanted with Robert Abernathy above & from his age & infirmities, as we believe, that he could not get to the court house, being about eighteen miles distant, without great inconvenience & trouble.

Robert Abernathy
Certificate #4388
Issued January 18, 1833
Rate $20.00 per annum
Commenced March 4, 1831
Act of June 7, 1832
North Carolina Agency
[research of Bob Erwin]

More About Robert Abernethy:
Will Probated: Apr 1846, Catawba Co., NC - Will Book 1, page 3988
Will Written: 08 Apr 1830
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http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/brunswick/deeds/dbk14-50.txt
DEED BOOK 14 (1780-1790) BRUNSWICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Pages 1 - 50

This Indenture made the 24th Day of April, 1780 BETWEEN Samuel Harwell Senr. of Brunswick County of the one part and Robert Abernathy of the same County, son in Law to the said Samuel Harwell of the other part WITNESSETH that the Samuel Harwell as well for and in Consideration of the natural love and affection which he hath and beareth unto the said Robert Abernathy his son in Law as also for the better maintenance and preferment of the said Robert Abernathy Hath given granted aliened enfeoffed and confirmed and by these presents doth give grant alien enfeoff and confirm unto the said Robert
Abernathy his heirs and assigns forever two hundred acres of Land situate in the said County of Brunswick on the south side of Reedy Creek to be laid off out of the upper end of the tract whereon the Samuel Harwell now lives joining Cuthbert Smiths lines . . . Signed by Samuel Harwell. At a Court held for Brunswick County the 24th Day of April, 1780. This Indenture was acknowledged by Samuel Harwell a partie thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 15.
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http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngiles/wills/abern.htm
Robert Abernethy, son of David and Ann Turner Abernethy, was born in 1749 in Prince George or Brunswick County, Virginia. Died in the fall of 1845- his will was probated in 1846. Married in Brunswick County Virginia, Virginia Abigail Harwell. He did not come to North Carolina with his father, but lived in Brunswick County, then to Lincoln County, North Carolina early in the 1800ís. While a resident of Brunswick County, Virginia, he enlisted as a Revolutionary soldier and served three months in 1776 as a private in Captain John Macklinís Company and served three months in Captain Hickís Company, Col. Elliottsís Regiment, and was stationed part of the time at Williamsburg. He was again called into service but hired a substitute. Verified by the Veteranís Administration in Washington in 1938.

Children of Robert Abernethy of above will; Buckner Abernethy married Patsey (Martha?) March 25, 1805, Samuel Abernethy married 1st Sally Sherrill January 26, 1810, 2nd Nancy Harwell December 9, 1838. Frederick Abernethy married Eleanor Long January 16, 1835, Robert Abernethy married Elizabeth (Rosy) Huskin November 17, 1817, Susannah married a Lee, Frances married a Boid (Boyd?).

Most of the children of these Robertís came to Giles Co TN.

Submitted by Ginny Keefer
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Abigail HARWELL

Abigail is not mention in her husband's will, it is likely she died before him.

Children
Buckner ABERNATHY b: 1770
Robert ABERNATHY b: 1781
Samuel ABERNATHY b: 1782
Lucy ABERNATHY b: 1783
Susanna ABERNATHY b: 1787
Frances ABERNATHY b: ABT. 1789 in VA
Frederick ABERNATHY b: 1789


Thomas SAUNDERS

Family 1 : Hannah BLACKBURN
MARRIAGE: 24 Aug 1790, Lincoln Co., NC
+Mary Polly SAUNDERS
Susannah SAUNDERS
Elijah SAUNDERS
+Elisha SAUNDERS
James SAUNDERS

Family 2 : Elisabeth ERNEST
MARRIAGE: 6 May 1806, Lincoln Co., NC
+Elizabeth "Betsy" SAUNDERS
+Levi T. SAUNDERS
+Malinda A. SAUNDERS
+Edward S. SAUNDERS
+Sarah C. SAUNDERS


Hannah BLACKBURN

Father: Robert BLACKBURN
Mother: Martha

Family 1 : Thomas SAUNDERS
MARRIAGE: 24 Aug 1790, Lincoln Co., NC
+Mary Polly SAUNDERS
Susannah SAUNDERS
Elijah SAUNDERS
+Elisha SAUNDERS
James SAUNDERS


Elisha SAUNDERS

MARRIAGE: 25 Oct 1839, Lincoln Co., NC
+Nancy Jemima SAUNDERS
+Thomas Jefferson SAUNDERS
James SAUNDERS
Levi E. SAUNDERS
Elisha SAUNDERS
Susanna SAUNDERS
George W. SAUNDERS


Nancy Levina KEENER

MARRIAGE: 25 Oct 1839, Lincoln Co., NC
+Nancy Jemima SAUNDERS
+Thomas Jefferson SAUNDERS
James SAUNDERS
Levi E. SAUNDERS
Elisha SAUNDERS
Susanna SAUNDERS
George W. SAUNDERS


Thomas Jefferson SAUNDERS

MARRIAGE: 14 Sep 1865, Lincoln Co., NC
+Julia Eugenia Jemima SAUNDERS
Alice Pricella SAUNDERS
+William Luther SAUNDERS
+Francis E. SAUNDERS
+Charles M. SAUNDERS


Nancy Levina BEAL

MARRIAGE: 14 Sep 1865, Lincoln Co., NC
+Julia Eugenia Jemima SAUNDERS
Alice Pricella SAUNDERS
+William Luther SAUNDERS
+Francis E. SAUNDERS
+Charles M. SAUNDERS


William Luther SAUNDERS

MARRIAGE: 28 Jul 1889, Lincoln Co., NC
Fairley SAUNDERS
Muriel E. SAUNDERS
James Foy SAUNDERS
Grace SAUNDERS
Charles Gordon SAUNDERS
Hazel SAUNDERS
William Thomas SAUNDERS
Josephine SAUNDERS


Hettie Elmary ABERNATHY

MARRIAGE: 28 Jul 1889, Lincoln Co., NC
Fairley SAUNDERS
Muriel E. SAUNDERS
James Foy SAUNDERS
Grace SAUNDERS
Charles Gordon SAUNDERS
Hazel SAUNDERS
William Thomas SAUNDERS
Josephine SAUNDERS