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Transcribed from TSLA Roll No. 9 by C. Hammett.

Transcriber Notes: (1) Due to fading and style, vowels were sometimes impossible to determine. When the transcriber could not determine specific letters in a name, a question mark was inserted for each indecipherable letter in the name. (2) Numbers on original are to right of name, not left as listed below. (3) Either these lists were not filmed in original page order, or were inserted in book out of order. They are listed below in original page number order.

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Page 3 (68)

Enumeration Returned by Samuel Colville Esqr.
  1. John Gorden
  2. Joseph Pry??
  3. William White
  4. Richard Beesly
  5. John Payne
  6. John Martin
  7. P1easant Henderson
  8. Thomas Adams
  9. Thomas Whilcher, Jr.
  10. Thos. Vaughan
  11. Robert Cowan(?)
  12. Robert Ballew
  13. Joseph Rust
  14. Alexr. Sherrell
  15. Joseph Colville
  16. John Ree(?) Phelly(?) Myer
  17. James Gordon
  18. David Reed
  19. Nathan Randolph
  20. Elijah Howell
  21. John Tilley
  22. John Stannfill(?)
  23. John W. Westerman
  24. John McLean
  25. Wm. C. Smartt
  26. Walter McDaniel
  27. William McDaniel
  28. James McCampbell
  29. Theophilus Williams
  30. Moses McDaniel
  31. [sic] Clemma Sullivan
  32. [sic] Lemual Gilliam
  33. Andrew Buchannan
  34. John Richards
  35. Payton Randolph
  36. James Wite(?)
  37. William Miller
  38. Daniel Boon
  39. Andrew Gamble
  40. John McKissick
  41. Ezekiel McGreger
  42. Willis McGreger
  43. Henry Edge
  44. Richard Hul(?)
  45. Robert Gorden
  46. John Gorden, Jr.
  47. Jacob Sullivan
  48. James Moon
  49. Hezekiah Randolph
  50. Robert Randolph
  51. David Martin
  52. Joseph G. England
  53. Moses Burleston(?)
  54. William Elliott
  55. Richard Burk
  56. Enos Holbert
  57. Joshua Hughs
  58. Thomas Boucher
  59. James Campbell
  60. Jessee Harris
  61. Isham Perkins
  62. Samuel Colville

Annotations

№ 9 Thomas Whilcher, Jr. Thomas Wilcher Jr. (b in 1780s) & Pauline Gordon parents of Clarissa Wilcher & Joseph Bragg parents of Clarissa Bragg & Charles Chisum Ramsey parents of Lena Ramsey & John Jacob (Jake) Brown parents of Bessie Claire Brown & Robert Clark Harrell I
submitted by Robert Clark Harrell II

№ 40 Clemma Sullivan and wife Elizabeth lived in Warren Co, TN in the early 1800's. He was born in 1784. Their daughter, Caroline, born 1806 in Warren Co., married David Laurence of Blount Co.,TN. Their son, Martin Randall Laurence married Minerva (Manerva) Smith and their daughter, Lula Jane Laurence was my grandmother. Looking for connections…especially to known intermarrying with Cherokee.
submitted by sullivan jsrhem@yahoo.com

№ 59 Ezekial and № 60 Willis McGregor, born 26 Nov 1784, were twin sons of William McGregor and his wife, Sarah Flowers. They, along with their brother, William McGregor, Jr. (№64 on Christopher Shell's list) moved to Tennessee from North Carolina and settled along the Collins River in Warren County.
Submitted by ">Angela Mayfield

№ 70 Joseph G. ENGLAND: Possibly the same as Joseph Grant ENGLAND who was born 1783, North Carolina, children born in TN (per MO census records); died Jan 1853, Washington County, Missouri; served as the County Sheriff of Crawford County, Missouri from 1837 to 1838. He and sons, John Maxwell A. ENGLAND and Wiley J. ENGLAND obtained several government land patents from 1835 to 1837 in Crawford County, Missouri in the area where the town of Steelville now exists, located on the southwest limits of Steelville on the Yadkin Creek which runs through the center of town. Joseph and his sons held and operated a leather tannery there. Joseph Grant ENGLAND is believed to be the son of John ENGLAND and Ann Jane GRANT of Burke County, North Carolina; and may have married Mary REED. In the Belleview Presbytarian Cemetary located in Caledonia, Washington County, Missouri, is the grave location of the "W/O of J. G. ENGLAND" (no name), birth and death dates, June 15, 1791 and March 2, 1850. It is still unclear as to whether Mary REED was the wife of my 4th great Joseph Grant ENGLAND or not as there is another listing for a Joseph ENGLAND and Mary REED who settled into Montgomery County, Missouri in 1833 with 8 children: David, William, Joseph Jr., James, John, Riley, Elizabeth and Nancy. (Pioneer Families of Missouri, pg. 256.) Joseph G. ENGLAND of Washington County, Missouri had these children known of: John Maxwell A. ENGLAND, Wiley J. ENGLAND, Sterling T. Ethason ENGLAND, Laura Linda ENGLAND and Mary L. ENGLAND.
(Researcher Richard W. Starks, email: richyray@gateway.net

№ 78 Jessee Harris He had moved from Buncomb Co. N.C. 18O9 to White Co. then to Warren Co. abt. 1811
(Researcher Arthur Harris AHARRIS27@comcast.net)

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