Unzipping the Jean Roots

Gean, Geen, Gheen, Jean, Jeane, Jane, Jayne (e, es, s) Families

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39201 We James Field and Henrietta Maria his wife of Brunswick County (state not given) for $500 to us in hand paid by James Lewis of Granville Co., NC have bargained, sold and confirm unto the said James Lewis the following parcel of land to wit: Where as James Anderson, dec'd formerly of Chatham Co., NC by his las will and testament devised his lands lying in Chatham Co. to his five sisters, one of whom is the said Henrietta Maria Field, by which bequest the said Henrietta Maria is entitled to one fifth of said lands, which one fifth part is conveyed to the said James Lewis. Dated 12 Mar 1798 - Signed James Field and Henrietta Maria Field - witness Mrs (? Frs?) Jones, James Jones, Phil. Holcombe, Junr, Howell Duggar and Thomas Simmons - Proven in Granville Co., NC on 17 Jul 1798 on oath of James Jones FIELD, James of Brunswick Co., VA (I424464)
 
39202 We Merritt Roberson of Orange Co., NC of the one part and Katerine Barbee of Chatham Co., NC of the second part have contracted, consented and agreed that a marriage shall be celebrated - signed Merrett Roberson & Catharine Barbee - test Wm Minter Burns, jurat - executed in open court Aug 1837 ROBERSON, Merritt (I12961)
 
39203 We the heirs of Jeremiah Yarbrough, late of Chatham Co., NC, agreed to divide all the real & personal estate in the following manner - divide the land, which is 121 1/2 acres as follows: Lot No. 1 - adjoins Joseph Avent, Rosser and others on the _eams (?) of Bush Creek, to Archd M. Yarburough; Lot No. 2 Elizabeth Yarborough; Lot No. 3 Marenda/Miranda Yarborough; Lot No. 4 Emaline Yarbrough; Lot No. 5 Thomas I. (or J.?) Yarbrough - Wit: Neill McNeill, John Womack - Signed A.M. Yarbrough, Elizabeth "X" Yarbrough by her mark, Miranda "X" Yarbrough by her mark, Emiline "X" Yarbrough by her mark and Thomas I. (or J.?) Yarbrough - Proven Feb 1850 YARBROUGH, Jeremiah (I11300)
 
39204 We the undersigned commissioners appointed by the county court of Humphreys County, at its April Term 1854, to lay off and set apart a suffeciency of provisions to serve the widow and family of Henry L. Harmon, dec'd ond year from his death, have this day met on the premises of the said deceased, and after being duly sworn according to law, proceeded to lay off the following....This 20 Apr 1854 - signed Jno T. Winfrey, Samuel Larkers (?), B.S. Bowen HARMON, Henry L. (I8463)
 
39205 We Thomas Jenes, Joseph Janes, Elisha Janes, Levi Janes, Edward Janes Junior, D. Janes, Jessee Janes, Nathan Janes, Daniel W. Janes and William Critendon, the legal heirs and representatives of Edward Janes, dec'd and Elizabeth Janes, the widow of the said Edward Janes, dec'd, respectuflly requested the division of the negroes and land belonging to the estate of said Edward Janes, dec'd JANES, Edward (I15266)
 
39206 We William Boyles & Nancy R. Boyles of Stokes Co., NC for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which we have and bear for Nancy Red (?) Banner the infant daughter of Edwin H. Banner and his wife Sarah P. BAnner and for diverse other causes a certain negro girl - signed Wm Boyles, nancy R. Boyles - ordered registered at the March Term 1844 on oath of the witness Jno Banner BOYLES, William Jr. (I16931)
 
39207 We William Janes, Henry Flesher, Peter Hull and John Erwin are held firmly bound unto Jacob Coward, Roger Dye, John Hopkins & John Cunningham in the sum of $1,000.... - 6 Oct 1801 - Bond from William Janes Executor of the estate of William Janes, dec'd. JANES, Possibly William Paine (I13855)
 
39208 We, Joseph & Peter Staley of Randolph Co., NC, Christian, Conroad & George Staley of Guilford Co., NC and Christian Foust of Chatham Co., NC, and Henry Smith of Rowan Co., NC all legatees of Conroad Staley Snr dec'd and Barbary Staley relict and widow of the said dec'd of the county & state aforesaid - for the sum of one nundred and six dolloars paid by John Ferguson of Chatham Co - tract of land lying in Randolph Co., NC on the waters of the Rocky River, begining at a stake on the county line, adjoins Conroad Staleys corner, and another tract of land, in the same county, and on the same branch or Rocky River, beginning at Christian Staleys corner and the county line, containing 125 acres and 171 acres be the same more or less. Wit: Jno Long & David Staley - signed by his mark Joseph "+" Staley, by his mark Peter "S" Staley, Chrstian J. (?) Staley, by his mark Conroad "V" Staley, by his mark Christian "X" Foust, by her mark Barbery "X" Staley, by his mark George "I" Staley, by his mark Henry "X" Smith and by his mark Martin (Mastin?) "X" Staley - Proven Aug 1820 on oath of John Long Jur. FOUST, Christian of Randolph & Chatham Co., NC (I416301)
 
39209 We, William Dooly & Allen D. Dooly of Elbert Co., GA, Jehue (?) Peoples and John Brantly of Chatham Co., NC are held and firmly bound unto William Minter Burns for $450, which they bind themselves, as heirs an executors and administrators jointly - the condition of the above obligation is such that whereas William Minter Burns of Chatham Co., NC has become the purchaser of all the right, title, claims and interest that Allen D. Dooly and his wife Lettice, formerly Lettice Brantly, daughter of Blake Brantly, dec'd_ might have in or in anywase (?) could have of all the land she or they might be entitled to of the estate of Blake Brantly, dec'd. Now, if the said Allen D. Dooly and his wife Lettice Dooly shall make or cause to be made to him the said William Minter Burns a lawful right and title of all these share and interest, that they may be intitiled to in the said land then the above oblication to be ____ otherwise to remain in full for and effection - signed Wm Dooly, Allen D. Dooly, Jehu Peoples and John Brantly - wit Isaac Clegg - proven by John Brantly in open court by the oath of Nathan Steadman - Nov 1827 BRANTLEY, Blake (I5344)
 
39210 We, William Dooly & Allen D. Dooly of Elbert Co., GA, Jehue (?) Peoples and John Brantly of Chatham Co., NC are held and firmly bound unto William Minter Burns for $450, which they bind themselves, as heirs an executors and administrators jointly - the condition of the above obligation is such that whereas William Minter Burns of Chatham Co., NC has become the purchaser of all the right, title, claims and interest that Allen D. Dooly and his wife Lettice, formerly Lettice Brantly, daughter of Blake Brantly, dec'd_ might have in or in anywase (?) could have of all the land she or they might be entitled to of the estate of Blake Brantly, dec'd. Now, if the said Allen D. Dooly and his wife Lettice Dooly shall make or cause to be made to him the said William Minter Burns a lawful right and title of all these share and interest, that they may be intitiled to in the said land then the above oblication to be ____ otherwise to remain in full for and effection - signed Wm Dooly, Allen D. Dooly, Jehu Peoples and John Brantly - wit Isaac Clegg - proven by John Brantly in open court by the oath of Nathan Steadman - Nov 1827 DOOLY, Allen Davis (I17000)
 
39211 wearemorse (at) yahoo.com Source (S531)
 
39212 Wednesday, 4 Oct 1865 - We Charles M. Killgore, Thomas O. Killgore, W.L. Rawls, & James W. Crews, all of Weakley Co., TN are held and firmly bound unto the state of TN in the sum of $8,000. The condition of th eabove obligation is such that whereas the above bound Charles M. Killgore has been appointed Constable of Weakley Co., TN KILLGORE, Charles McCoy s/o William and Jane (nee Henderson) Killgore (I418092)
 
39213 Welsey Jean age 22 born in IN
Julia age 21 born in IN
Elizabeth age 9/12 born in IN
Nancy Jean age 56 born in TN
There is also a Sallie Jean age 15 born in IN enumerated in the household of John W. (age 60) & Mary (age 42) Ellis both born in IN - sheet 769, page 63, Carlisle P.O., Haddon TWP, Sullivan Co., IN 
Nancy (I23057)
 
39214 Went To Charleston, SC About 21 Years Of Age - Returned To Stratford About 1730 And Spent Some Years With His Mother & Sisters - Owned Land Adj. To His Mother JANES, Michael (I64191)
 
39215 Werg (at) telus.net Source (S638)
 
39216 Wesley & Mary Jean deeded a plot of ground for the first known Methodist Church in the area of Cavetown, IN JEAN, Wesley of Washington Co., IN (I9834)
 
39217 Wesley Hartsfield, agent for Lavena P. Nicholson of the one part and James T. Perry of the other part, both of Wake Co., NC - for the sum of $38.75 - certain tract or parcel of land lying in Wake Co., NC near Hopkins meeting house, beginning at a corner near James T. Perry's Spring, with Jesse Farows (Taroms?) line, with Ephraim Perry's line, with Baron Greens line, with Simon Stricklands line, containing 38-1/2 acres - signed Wesley Hartsfield agent for Lavina P. Nicholoson of Tennessee - wit: Mattew T. Williams & William J. Barrow - proven in court Feb Term 1856 - registered in the Wake Co., NC Book 21, page 126 on 19 Apr 1856 PERRY, Lavina P. (I58902)
 
39218 Whe his mother died he went to live with his Aunt Josie Carrington in TN BOLEN, John Arthur (I68869)
 
39219 when he enlisted he was 49 years old, 5' 4 1/2", occupation farmer, gray eyes & hair, born in Guilford Co., NC JEAN, Philip H. (I10368)
 
39220 When Matilda applied for a divorce and filed legal notice in the paper, the paper stated that she was seeking an absolute divorce from William Blume. They were married in Germany on 1 Mar 1877 and had seperated about three years previous. Family F162832
 
39221 Where as George Humphries of Lawrence Co., AR died intestate, on or about 30 Aug 1843, having at the time of his death personal property in this state, which may be lost, destroyed or diminished in value, if speedy care be not taken and so that the said property may be collected, preserved and disposed of according to law, we do hereby appt Johnson Humphries of Lawrence Co., AR as administrator. 16 Sept 1843 HUMPHREY, George (I20157)
 
39222 Where is the family in 1870?? They might be in (or on their way to) Phillips Co., AR as it looks like their daughter Mary married Joseph Wilson there in Oct of 1870. JEAN, Martha A. (I69027)
 
39223 Whereas it appears to the court that Henry Harmon is dad and hath made his last will and testament in writing, in which he appointed Henry L. Harmon Executor to the same, and it further appearing to the court that the said Henry L. Harmon is dec'd and on motion it was ordered by the court that Coleman E. Harris be given letters of Admin. HARMON, Henry of Humphreys Co., TN (I8458)
 
39224 Whereas it appears to the court that Henry L. Harmon is dec'd and having made no will or statement, an application being made by Narcissa A.N. Harmon and B.B. Spier (Speer?) to have letters of Admin granted to them on the estate of the said Henry L. Harmon, dec'd. - Letters of Admin issued and duly registered on 13 Mar 1854 HARMON, Henry L. (I8463)
 
39225 Whereas the Commissioners of His Majestys Customs granted to Thomas Jennys of Yeoville merchant a licence bearing date the 22 May 1731 to ship rice at Carolina on board the Brogden Brig John Jones master to be carried thence to some port south of Finisterre agreeable to an Act of George 2nd and whereas by virture of the said licence 450 barrels containing 1908 cwt 3 qt and 7 lbs rice wree actually shipt at Charleston in Carolina as appears by endorsement thereon made by the proper officers ................ [Paul Jennys and Baker Co. mentioned several times in the book]The Trade of Bristol in the Eighteenth Century By Walter Edward Minchinton

Thomas made at least three trips between Bristol and South Carolina (according to The Complete book of Emigrants, I have found these two, also there was a John Jenys who went to South Carolina).

9-20 July 1730. Shippers by the Lyon, Mr. John Masters, bound from Bristol for South Carolina: Thomas Jennys & Co., William Jefferis, John Baker Jr. (PRO: E190/1204/1).

22 October 1730-7 November 1730. Shippers by the Sadbury, Mr. John McKenzie, bound from Bristol for Carolina: Thomas Jennys, Henry George, Richard Herring. (PRO: E190/1204/1).

Also Graffin Prankard went a few times:
5 December 1733-3 January 1734. Shipper by the Baltic Merchant, Mr. George McKenzie, bound from Bristol for Carolina: Graffin Prankard. (PRO: E190/1210/1, 1195/3) 
JENYS, Thomas (I57537)
 
39226 widow - child count 1/1 - occupation: Harness Salesman JEAN, John T. (I22040)
 
39227 widow - child count listed as 3/1 MILLS, Christina (I407)
 
39228 wife Mary WINDERS, Henry C. (I418885)
 
39229 Wiley Cheak, male, age 5/12 (?), born in NC CHEEK, Wiley A. (I420110)
 
39230 Wiley Gean of Chatham Co., NC to ___ (Jos, Jas, J.P., I.P, ??) Parham of same - for the sum of $275 - tract of land lying in said county on the waters of Lick Creek, containing 171 acres, adjoins the lands of George Beaver (Brewer?) and William Utley (?), Paattishal's land - later in the deed it definitely appears the purcahser was Jos Parham - signed Wily Jean - witness Thos J. Buchanan - proven Feb 1832 JEAN, Wiley of Chatham & Randolph Co., NC (I11076)
 
39231 Wiley Hopson - 1 poll HOPSON, Wiley of Meriwether Co., GA (I419531)
 
39232 Wiley Hopson, and John F. Garner as his security, are held bound in the sum of $900. Wiley Hopson guardian of Mary, William, Thomas, Elizabeth, Jesse & John, children of the said Wiley as the law requires of him. Signed by his mark Wiley "+" Hopson and John F. Garner - recorded 9 Nov 1845 HOPSON, Wiley of Meriwether Co., GA (I419531)
 
39233 Wiley Jean of the town of Fayetteville, Cumberland Co., NC to John H. Hall of same - two tracts of land lying in Fayetteville, beginning on the South side of Franklin St. and Mumfords old ___, to Murphys line, then with his line, it being a lot formerly sold to me by Hall and Johns (?) recorded in Book T No. 2, page 94 and one other lot on Winslow street, beginning at the corner of the lot formerly owned by John H. Pearce, adjs Richard Dudleys line - signed Wiley Jean - proven on oath of Robert Johnson, June 1845 {{there are actually two deeds on these pages and these are the last entries for Wiley in Cumberland Co., NC}} JEAN, Wiley of Chatham & Randolph Co., NC (I11076)
 
39234 Wiley Jean, not taxed for land JEAN, Possibly Wiley family of Bedford Co., TN (I714)
 
39235 Wiley Jean, not taxed for land, taxed on individual only JEAN, Possibly Wiley family of Bedford Co., TN (I714)
 
39236 Wiley Jeans to Rena Barnes, by J.C. Neeatham J.P. Family F681
 
39237 Wiley Jine (Jene?) of Chatham Co., NC to Thompson Lawrence of same for the sum of $75 - tract of land lying in said county and state on the waters of __ _ick (Lick or Tick?) Creek, upper corner adjoins John C. Waldens fields, Beavers line, south end of a lake (? stake) in Lewis Hintons line - containing 100 acres more or less - signed Wily Jan (?) - witnesses Henry Lawrence and James Womack, Jurat - Proven Nov 1831 in open court on oath of James Womack JEAN, Wiley of Chatham & Randolph Co., NC (I11076)
 
39238 Wilkes Co., Court of Please & Quarter Sessions, August Term 1814
Moses Scroggs vs John Jeans - Original attachment, levied on two hundred acres of land on Bushy Mountain joining the lands of Alexander Gilreath, Peter Kuton, John Ball and William Bluford.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court the defendent is not an inhabitant of the state, it is therefore ordered publication be made in the Raleigh Register for three months that unless the defendant appear at the next county court of P&Q, on the first two days of said court, to be held in the county of Wilkes at the Wilesboro courthouse on the 5th Monday in October next, replevy and plead or judgement final will be entered against him. 
JEAN, John of Wilkes Co., NC (I64193)
 
39239 Will of Judson A. Jayne of Tunkhannock Borough, Wyoming Co., PA - wife Sabina; granddaughter Myrtyl daughter of my deceased daughter Stella Robinson; balance of estate to his three daughters Nellie Ames (?); Mary F. Jayne and Lynda E. Jayne, share and share alike. Appts wife Sabina as the executor - 26 Nov 1895 - Signed Judson A. Jayne - witnesses James E. Frear and Mary B. Marcy
Proven 14 Dec 1895 on oath of James E. Frear and Mary B. Marcy
Date of Death - Sabina Jayne testified on 14 Dec 1895 that J.A. Jayne, late of Tunkhannock, died on Wednesday, 4 Dec 1895 at about 1 p.m. to the best of her knowledge. 
JAYNE, Judson Allen (I423330)
 
39240 WILL BE SOLD - 140 acres, more or less, oak and hickory land, on the waters of Keg creek, adjoining Shehee, Tennille, and others, levied on as the property of Sally Mathis, to satisfy n fi fa in favor of William Edwards vs Jesse Jean and Sally Mathis - pointed out by defendant DANIEL, Sarah "Sally" (I457)
 
39241 WILL BE SOLD - 140 acres, more or less, oak and hickory land, on the waters of Keg creek, adjoining Shehee, Tennille, and others, levied on as the property of Sally Mathis, to satisfy n fi fa in favor of William Edwards vs Jesse Jean and Sally Mathis - pointed out by defendant JANES, Jesse of Gwinnett Co., GA (I483)
 
39242 WILL BE SOLD - On Thursday the 27th October next, at the late residence of Isaac Mathis, deceased, in Washington county, and continue from day to day till every thing is sold, All the Personal Property of said deceased, consisting of horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and geese; one yoke of oxen and cart, one waggon and geer, one still and stands, two cotton gins, one set of running geer, one set of blacksmith tools, household and kitchen furniture and a variety of other articles too tedius to mention, being the personal estate of Isaac Mathis, deceased. Conditions of sale made known on the day. All those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having demands to bring them in properly authenticated as the law directs. Henry Partridge, Adm'r and Sally Mathis, Adm'rx. - August 17, 1814 MATHIS, Isaac of Chatham Co., NC (I2613)
 
39243 WILL BE SOLD - Two Negroes, vis, George and Rachel, each 14 years of age, levied on as the property of Jesse Daniel, to satisfy a fi fa in favor or Richard S. Hardwich, co-obligor, for the use of NC Sayre vs Jesse Daniel and Lewis Dupree, administrator on the estate of John Mathis, dec'd; property pointed out by said Dupree
{{Also, appeared in the 24 Mar 1831 edition}} 
DANIELL, Jesse (I72756)
 
39244 WILL BE SOLD - Two Negroes, vis, George and Rachel, each 14 years of age, levied on as the property of Jesse Daniel, to satisfy a fi fa in favor or Richard S. Hardwich, co-obligor, for the use of NC Sayre vs Jesse Daniel and Lewis Dupree, administrator on the estate of John Mathis, dec'd; property pointed out by said Dupree MATHIS, Dr. John Rutherford (I11862)
 
39245 Will be sold on 6 December at the Ashe County Courthouse in the town of Jefferson, the following tracts of land (to satisfy the Tax for the year 1803 and the expense of advertising):
400 acres on Old Field Creek, propert of James Fletcher
100 Acres of Pine Swamp Creek, the property of John Jean - do. beginng at Rowland Judd's line. 
JEAN, John of Wilkes Co., NC (I64193)
 
39246 Will be sold on Saturday the ___ day of November at the Ashe courthouse: 400 acres John Jeans on Old Field Creek JEAN, John of Wilkes Co., NC (I64193)
 
39247 Will be sold on Saturday, 23 Nov at Ashe court house - lands of James Fletcher, dec'd: 200 cres on Cranbear creek; 50 acres on the waters of Cove creek; 100 acres on the water of Cove cree; 100 acres on Silasco (?) branch; 400 acre on the laural oak of New River; 400 acres on the waters of the north fork of New River; 300 acres on Three Top fork; 200 acres on the south fork of New River; 300 acres on Potatoe creek; 300 acres at the mouth of Brushy fork; 400 acres on the head of Bear creek; and 250 acres on the waters of Wataugo FLETCHER, James Sr. (I424533)
 
39248 WILL BE SOLD, at the court-house door in Sandersville, Washington Co., on the first Tuesday in April next, agreeable to an order of the Inferior court, when sitting for ordinary purposes, all the Real and Personal Property of Dr. John Mathis, deceased, of said county, consisting of on tract of pine land, whereon the said deceased formerly lived, containing 220 acres more or less, adjoining Dupree and others; one other tract lying in said county, on the waters of the Oconee river, adjoining Butler and others, known by the Jewell tract, containing 144 acres more or less, a part pine land and a part swamp. Also, the Negroes, consisting of men, women, boys and children, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors. Terms of sale made known on the day, by LEWIS DUPREE, Admr January 24 MATHIS, Dr. John Rutherford (I11862)
 
39249 Will be sold, at the Court-House in Sandersville, Washington County, on the first Tuesday in June next, between the usual hours, the following property, to wit:...115 acres of land on the waters of Williamson's Creek, levied on as the property of Enoch Hill, to satisfy executions in favor of John Crowell {{Also published in the same paper, 10 May 1815, 17 May 1815 & 31 May 1815...on 31 May 1815 the land is listed as "on the waters of Williamson's swamp.}} HILL, Enoch (I419208)
 
39250 Will be sold, at the courthouse in the town of Sandersville, Washington county, on the first Tuesday in September next, between the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:...Also, one house and lot in the town of Sandersville, joining Coleman and others, levied on as the property of Garrotte Brown to satisfy ____ fi fas in favor of John Wicker vs Garrott brown, William Hospon and Morgan Brown, security on the stay of execution. HOPSON, William of Washington Co., GA & Muscogee Co., GA (I419441)
 

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