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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.

For Annotated Records, see Notes below names entered in bold

Note: A good part, if not all, of Benjn. Lockhart's was in that part of Warren County, Tennessee that later became Van Buren. See Also Van Buren Co, TNGenWeb, Warren Co, TNGenWeb and Combs &c. Families of Warren County, Tennessee for more information about many listed in this district.

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Enumeration Returned by Benjn. Lockhart, Esq.

(Page 13 continued)

  1. Jerremiah Roden
  2. George Ray
  3. Philip Overturf
  4. Daniel Payne
  5. Alexander McMurry
  6. Isaac Hillis
  7. James Nailor Jn.
  8. William Mayfield
  9. Isaac Drake
  10. Peter Sternes? [Starnes?]
  11. Ezekiel Wilson
  12. Jerremiah Combs
  13. Mark Tidwell
  14. John England
  15. Simon Tidwell
  16. Josiah Tidwell
  17. Jacob Drake
  18. John Drake
  19. Elijah Drake
  20. George Rhoden
  21. Beverly Harp
  22. William Samples
  23. James Holmes
  24. John Roden
  25. John Sternes
  26. William Clark
  27. James Clark
  28. Elisha Job
  29. James Isbell
  30. Simon Combs
  31. Jacob Shipmain
  32. Thomas Harp
  33. [blank]
  34. [sic] Martin Johnston
  35. William Webb
  36. James Cheshir
  37. Jesse Scearfe
  38. William BOYD
  39. Tidens Sane

Page 14 (79)

  1. John Chesor [Chesser? Cheshire?]
  2. John McMurry
  3. James Miller
  4. William Henderson
  5. John Officer
  6. John Flemming
  7. Jonus Barlow
  8. Uriah York
  9. John Payne
  10. James Thomas
  11. Dixon Nailor
  12. William Roden
  13. Stuart Clark
  14. Chesley Allen
  15. Nathaniel Conly
  16. John Edde
  17. James Wood
  18. Solomon Scaggs
  19. Jacob Smith
  20. Benjn. Lockhart
  21. William Smith
  22. James Crabtree
  23. George Jones [?]
  24. William Robertson
  25. Thomas Wadsworth
  26. John Randolph
  27. Nathan Elkin
  28. William Preast [nb: a.k.a. PRIEST]
  29. John Grigsby
  30. James Witrow Senr.
  31. James Witrow Jn.
  32. Michael Dean
  33. James H. Smith
  34. Nathan Potts [Pitts?]
  35. Joshua T. Joins
  36. Joshua Dean
  37. Ruben Read
  38. James Read
  39. John Groves
  40. Joseph Harrisson
  41. William Jones
  42. James Mitchell
  43. Luney Ray
  44. John Smith
  45. James H. Rowark
  46. William Neal
  47. Joseph Dennis
  48. Richard Williams
  49. John Douglass
  50. Mathew Douglass
  51. Robert Randolph
  52. Bassell Rhoden
  53. Joseph Hutton
  54. Jacob Hawk
  55. Jacob Ish
  56. John Ish
  57. David Brogdon
  58. Richard Withrow
  59. James Stringfield
  60. Thomas Smith
  61. Hardy Spicer
  62. James Mayfield
  63. Chester Carpenter
  64. Thomas Payne
  65. Abram Job
  66. William Owens
  67. John Stuart
  68. William Lusk
  69. Ruben Job
  70. William Martin

Annotations

Notes: № 4 Daniel PAYNE (s/o William PAYNE/PAINE of Halifax Co, VA) m: (2) Sylvy COMBS of Hawkins County, Tennessee, her ancestry still unknown.

Notes: № 6">Isaac HILLIS: 1820 Census: Warren Co, TN: p. 11, line 59; 1830 Census: Warren Co, TN, p. 367, line 10; 2112001-001101 (b 1780-1790). Isaac HILLIS was the son of John HILLIS/HILES of Scott Co, KY, m (1) Rebecca NAYLOR; m (2) Nancy Jane LOGUE, widow of Robert BOYD who was Isaac's nephew and the son of Wm. BOYD and Isabel HILLIS. The Isaac HILLIS who married Elizabeth DRAKE, dau of Elijah and Phoebe RAY DRAKE, was the son of James HILLIS, brother of Isaac HILLIS, #6, and his 1st wife who was either Mary BOYD, sister of Wm. BOYD, or Mary NAYLOR, dau of Dixon NAYLOR, Sr. (Researcher Ladye Jane Hunter, email: ladyejane@infoave.net, Hillis Genealogy).

Notes: № 8 William MAYFIELD Is he the same who appears on the 1840 Washington Co, AR Census, Prairie Twp, p. 281, line 14, born 1750-1760?

Notes: № 9 Isaac DRAKE, b ca 1774, d bef 1850, possibly in Madison Co, AR; son of Benjamin DRAKE; m 1799, Carter County, Tennessee, Rutha MURRAY (See Also 1850 Madison Co, Arkansas Census for Rutha MURRAY Drake)

Notes: № 12 Jerremiah COMBS, b 1788, Russell Co(?), VA, d 1 Feb 1867 Madison Co, AR, son of Mason and Dorothy UNKNOWN Combs of Hawkins Co, TN; m 1810, Warren Co, TN, Charity RHODES, born 1796-9, NC, died 1860, Madison Co, AR. 1820 Census: No record located; 1828 Rocky River Baptist Church List; 1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 374, line 08, 111001-111101, 1840 Madison Co, AR, Census, Kings River Twp, p. 38, line 18, 2111001-0010001-0.

Notes: № 17 Jacob DRAKE, b abt 1778, Juniata River, PA, d 1856, Madison Co, AR, son of Benjamin DRAKE; m (1) Mary NOLAN, m (2) Hannah ROSS. (See Jacob Drake Letter under Combs &c. Families of Madison Co, Arkansas)

Notes: № 19 Elijah DRAKE, b abt 1781 PA or VA, d Van Buren County, Tennessee?; son of Benjamin DRAKE; married Phoebe "Feba" RAY, who was possibly another daughter of Rev. John RAY. (TN Cousins, Worth Ray)

Notes: № 20 George Rhoden

The State of Tennessee - No. 7876
To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting.
Know ye that by virtue of part of Certificate No. 103 dated the 23rd day of March 1810 issued by the Register of East Tennessee to William Henry and entered on the 16th day of September 1810 by an occupant claim under the act of 1807.
There is granted by the State of Tennessee unto George RODEN assignee of the said William Henry.
A certain tract or parcel of land, containing one hundred six and one fourth acres by survey bearing date 6th day of May 1808 lying in Warren County in the Third District on the West side of Rocky river and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a Spanish Oak near his field thence west one hundred poles to a double dogwood in the edge of a sink in the ground thence south one hundred and seventy poles to a hickory in a barren thence East one hundred poles to a black oak thence North one hundred and seventy poles to the beginning with the hereditaments and appurtenances - To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with it's appurtenances to the said George RODEN and his heirs forever - In witness whereof Joseph McMinn, Governor of the State of Tennessee, hath hereunto set his hand & caused the great seal of the state to be affixed at Nashville, on the seventh day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifteen and of the Independence of the United States, the fortieth.
By the Governor
Joseph McMinn
W. G. Blount, Secretary
________________
Bk. L, pg 243
Submitted by Mildred Fournier

Notes: № 21 Beverly HARP: 1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 362, line 12, 31000001-0123001 (b abt 1770-1780)

Notes: № 24 John Roden

The State of Tennessee - No. 1049
To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting.
Know ye that by virtue of part of Certificate No. 63 dated the 21st day of July 1807, obtained from the board of Commissioners for West Tennessee by Thomas Dillon and entered on the 10th day of August 1808 by No. 540.
There is granted by the State of Tennessee unto John Roden, assignee of the said Thomas Dillon: a certain tract or parcel of land, containing one hundred acres lying in Warren County in the third District, on Rocky River. Beginning at a dogwood twenty poles west of the beginning corner of Thomas Dillons entry of two hundred acres of location number two hundred and eighty nine, thence East one hundred poles to a sowerwood said Dillons North East corner, thence north one hundred and sixty poles to a large black oak, thence South one hundred and sixty poles to the beginning. Surveyed August 23, 1808. with the hereditaments and appurtenances - To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with it's appurtenances to the said John Roden and his heirs forever - In witness whereof John Sevier, Governor of the State of Tennessee, hath hereunto set his hand & caused the great seal of the state to be affixed at Knoxville on the thirteenth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine and of the Independence of the United States, the thirty third.
By the Governor John Sevier
R. Houston Secretary
Submitted by Mildred Fournier

Notes: № 26 William CLARK This may be the William CLARK, b NC, who m Mary RHOADES, b abt 1768, NC, who parented Thomas CLARK, b 1809 McMinnville, Warren Co, TN, d abt 1885 Barry Co, MO; m Nancy COMBS, b October 03, 1812 Warren Co, TN, d abt 1888 Barry Co, MO, daughter of № 12 Jeremiah COMBS and Charity RHOADS. Warren County, Tennessee Census, 1820, p. 8, l. 64 over 45 years of age. (Goodspeeds' History of NW AR, Madison Co, Arkansas; History of Jasper Co, MO)
married Margaret McMurray 21 Feb 1810.
(Josephine L. Clark)

Notes: № 27 James CLARK is possibly the same James CLARK whose name is the second listed on the Rocky River Baptist Church membership list of 1828, who is possibly the same James CLARK who appears on the 1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p 335, L 26 1102100101-1111101, born 1750-1760.

Notes: № 28 Elisha JOB, № 104 Abram JOB and № 108 Reuben JOB were the sons of Enoch JOB who moved his family to Warren County, Tennessee abt 1807 where he purchased 100 acres of land 21 July 1807 obtained from the board of commissioners for West Tennesse by Thomas DILLON and entered 19 Aug 1809 by No. 70, there granted by the State of Tennessee, Enoch JOBE, assignee of Thomas DILLON, signed at Knoxville on 27 Sept 1808 by John SEVIER, Governor. This appears in Deed Book A pg 213. In 1818, Enoch sold same property to Alexander P. TATE. (Freida Wells)

Notes: № 30 Simon COMBS, b abt 1785, (Surry?) Co, NC, d 1831-1833, Warren Co, TN; son of Mason and Dorothy UNKNOWN Combs of Hawkins Co, TN; m Martha MURRILL [MURRELL]. 1820 Census: No record located; 1828 Rocky River Baptist Church List; 1830 Warren Co, TN Census, p. 363, line 25, 1010001-2121001

Notes: № 32 Thomas HARP: 1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 367, line 23 1100001-112101 (b 1780-1790)

Notes: № 34 Martin JOHNSTON, b 1760-1780, VA, d 1851, Madison Co, AR, son of James and Elizabeth? _____ Johnson (Murrell); m (1) ca 1797, possibly in Hawkins Co, TN, Sarah COMBS, b d 1829, Warren Co, TN; m (2) Mary Ann "Polly" (WARREN?) Hawk (widow of Jacob HAWK?). 1820 Warren County, Tennessee Tax List, p. 14, line 35: 410010-11111 or 410010-11110; 1828 Warren County, Tennessee Rocky River Baptist Church List; 1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 363, line 21 00010001-0111000101; 1840 Madison Co, AR, Richland Twp., p. 25, line 19, 000000001-00000001001-3.

Notes: № 35 William WEBB was b 11 Aug 1777, d 25 May 1842, m (Jane HILLIS?)

Notes: № 36 James CHESHIR, Revolutionary War Soldier, enlisted in Mecklenburg and Halifax Cos VA?; 1820 Warren County, Tennessee Census, P 11, L 44; 1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, P 365; b 1760-1770. Father of Martha and Susannah CHESSER who m Washington and George LEDBETTER respectively? (See Also 1828 Rocky River Baptist Church)

Notes: № 37 Jesse SCEARFE A Jesse and David SAFELY are listed in Goodspeeds as having been among the first settlers recorded in Warren County, in the 5th District, where also is listed an unidentified Jacob A. KOME. The Combs later purchased land from Jesse SCAIFE'S tract.

Notes: № 38 William BOYD was b 22 Sep 1758, d 1 Apr 1816, Warren Co, TN; married Isabellis HILLIS, daughter of RW John HILLIS of Scott Co, KY?

Notes: № 39 TIDENS SANE Researcher Francie Lane (flane@otn.net) reports that Tidens SANE was was actually Tidence LANE. At the time, the transcriber double-checked the way that LOCKHART wrote both the capital letters "S" and "L" for the very reason that Tidence LANE (named for? the same as?) the early well-known TN Frontier Preacher) seemed far more likely a surname than SANE; however, Lockhart really did write SANE; ergo, in this particular case, the error was LOCKHART'S, not the transcriber's. <g>

Notes: № 41 John McMURRY was possibly the John McMURRAY who was father of Sarah McMURRAY, b 12 Jan 1809 in Warren Co, TN, d aft 1889, probably in Madison Co, AR; married Thomas Murrell JOHNSON, son of Martin and Sarah COMBS Johnson (above).

Notes: № 43 William HENDERSON: 1830 Census: Warren Co, TN, p. 368, l. 16: 01100001-0111001

Notes: № 45 John FLEMING, b 11 Apr 1790, NC, d 1860 Van Buren Co, TN; m 1812, Blue Springs Cove, Warren Co, TN, Nancy COMBS, born 25 Nov 1797, Knox County, Tennessee (Source: partial Bible Record).

Notes: № 47 Uriah YORK, b 7 May 1784, Randolph Co, NC, d ? Warren Co, Tennessee(?), son of Seamore YORK, Jr. (d testate Grainger Co, Tennessee) and grandson of Seamore and Sylvannia ALDRIDGE York, Sr., Baptists from Sandy Creek, Randolph Co, North Carolina (Tories?); m Frances "Fannie" RAY, daughter of Rev. John RAY of Warren Co, TN. 1820 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 7, line 41; 1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 362, line 09: 0002001-1111001.

Notes: № 48 John PAYNE: 1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 364, line 18: 011111-220101

Notes: № 50 Dixon NAILOR: 1820 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 7, line 17, over 45 years of age

Notes: № 51 William Roden

The State of Tennessee - No. 16537
To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting.
Know ye that by virtue of part of Certificate 839 dated the 14th day of November 1814 issued by the Register of East Tennessee to George Gordon for 40 acres and entered on the 14th day of January 1815 by No. 3632.
There is granted by the State of Tennessee unto William RODEN, assignee of George Gordon
A certain tract or parcel of land, containing 18 acres by survey bearing date the 2nd day of May 1815 lying in the 3rd District in Warren County on the waters of Rocky river and bounded as follows to wit. Beginning at a black oak the north West corner of John RODENs 40 acre entry runs then East 44 poles to a black oak Simon Tidwells South West corner thence north his line 37 poles to a stake & pointers thence West 44 poles to a post oak thence South 37 poles to the beginning.
With the hereditaments and appurtenances - To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with it's appurtenances to the said William RODEN and his heirs forever - In witness whereof Wm. Carroll, Governor of the State of Tennessee, hath hereunto set his hand & caused the great seal of the state to be affixed at Murfreesborough, on the 10th day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty two and of the Independence of the United States, the forty sixth.
By the Governor
Wm. Carroll
W.B.A.Ramsey, Secretary
____________
Bk. S, pg 913.
Moved to Blount County, AL
Submitted by Mildred Fournier

Notes: № 52 Stuart CLARK: 1820 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 7, line 33, lists a Stewart CLARK, age over 45 (b bef 1775)

Notes: № 53 Chesley ALLEN Was he possibly kin to Nathan ALLIN of Surry Co, NC who m in 1784 in Surry Co, North Carolina Winnifred COMBS, widow of British Loyalist William RIDGE, Sr., and d/o Mason Combs, Sr., d 1785 in Surry Co, North Carolina? (See Also Tories of Surry Co, North Carolina) William RIDGE, Jr., s/o William and Winnifred COMBS Ridge, Sr., m 17 Feb 1797, Surry Co, North Carolina, Sarah HORN, d/o Richard; and the latter couple are later found in records of Jackson and White Cos, TN. In the former county, RIDGE, Jr. owned property adj. to the above Martin & Sarah COMBS Johnson.

Notes: № 55 James Edde married Sarah Evelyn Gibson 13 Sep 1849. He died in Tennessee in 1857. His parents were John Edde and Frances Stringer.

Notes: № 57 Solomon SCAGGS is the son of Henry & Mary THOMPSON Skaggs of Green Co, KY. He was married to a Rhoda (Unknown last name). Solomon and Rhoda SKAGGS gave consent on the marriage bond of their daughter Nancy SKAGGS to marry № 64 Thomas WADSWORTH on May 31, 1806 in Green Co, KY. Solomon and Rhoda SKAGGS' son was Wesley SKAGGS that went into the War of 1812 from McMinville, Warren Co., TN, 20 Dec 1814 and was discharged 20 July 1815 in Nashville. He was a Pvt. in the inf. Col. A. LOURY, Lt. Col HAMMOND, & Capt. Arahel RAINS Co. Thomas WADSWORTH was a Pvt. in Mil. Inf. of Col. William HALL, Col. Wm. METCALF, & Capt. MULLIN Companies. Solomon's family is back in Green Co, Ky by 1817 when he sells his land and starts to Indiana. We find two families in the 1820 census for Lawrence Co, Indiana #107: Rhoda SKAGS, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 16-26, 1 male 26-45 and 3 females under 5, & 1 female 26-45. # 107, Wesley SKAGS, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 16-26, 2 females 0-10 & 1 female 16-26. Wesley SKAGGS married Hannah SHEILDS in Orange Co, IN 11 Dec 1817. Thomas and Nancy SKAGGS Wadsworth are in the 1820 Orange Co, Indiana Census. (Researcher Wanda Sparkman)

Notes: № 59 Benjn LOCKHART This is probably the Benjamin LOCKHART (whose wife was probably Ruth) who is recorded in the Baptism of the Dead (Mormon) records dated about 1870 by Dicey (Ray) Perkins and her husband, William Gantt Perkins, as their friends. Dicey RAY was a daughter of Aaron RAY. Aaron RAY was the son of the Rev John RAY who is buried in Warren Co., TN. (Johnita P. Malone)

Notes: № 68 John GRIGSBY Is John possibly kin to Thomas GRIGSBY, Nancy GRIGSBY (Combs) or Letitia GRIGSBY Roark of Hawkins and Sullivan Cos, TN

Notes: № 69 James WITROW, Sr. Revolutionary War Soldier James WITHROW was b 10 Jun 1764 in Rowan Co, NC & moved from there to "the forks of the Catawba River in what became Burke Co, North Carolina," which is where he lived when he enlisted. He later moved to Knox Co, TN then to Madison Co, Kentucky, then to Warren Co, Tennessee by 1811.

Notes: № 78 John GROVE is listed on the 1820 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 3, line 46, 26-45 years of age; John GROVES ,1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, p. 323, line 25: 1201101-0010301

Notes: № 80 William JONES: 1830 Warren County, Tennessee Census, P 308, L 16, 000100001-01010001

Notes: № 82 Rev. War Soldier Luney RAY (RHEA) was son of, according to Worth Ray's Tennessee Cousins, Rev. John RAY, Bapt. Preacher from Sandy Creek, Randolph Co NC, and brother of Phebe who m Elijah DRAKE (s/o Benjamin) and Frances "Fanny" who m Uriah YORK (s/o Seaborn YORK of Grainger County, Tennessee, and grandson of Seaborn & Sylvania ALDRIDGE York of Randolph Co, North Carolina)

Notes: № 84 James H. ROWARK Was he kin to RW Michael (& Leticia GRIGSBY) Roarkof Rockingham Co, VA & Hawkins County, Tennessee whose dau, Sally, m Elijah "8" COMBS, Sr. of Clay, Floyd & Perry Co, Kentucky? Was № 83 John SMITH kin to Richard SMITH who m Elitia COMBS, d/o Nicholas & Nancy GRIGSBY Combs of Shenandoah & Rockingham Cos VA; Sullivan County, Tennessee; and Clay & Perry Cos KY

Notes: № 91 Bassell Rhoden

The State of Tennessee - No. 4148
To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting.
Know ye that in consideration of military service performed by Isaac Sanderlin to the State of North Carolina Warrant No. 3583 dated the third day of November 1795 and entered on the 11th day of November 1809 by No. [? 936 ?]
There is granted by the State of Tennessee unto Bazel Roden assignee of the said Isaac Sanderlin.
A certain tract or parcel of land, containing fifty acres part of said warrant lying in Warren County in the third District on the waters of Rocky River beginning ten poles north of the South West corner of a thirty acre survey of William Rowdens at a poplar and dogwood running thence West eighty poles to a poplar .. [ two illegible words ] .. dogwoods thence south one hundred and twenty poles to a black oak and poplar, thence East seventy four poles to five dogwoods then West down .. [ illegible word ] ..of a hundred acre survey of James Clarks thence north five degree west with said line one hundred and twelve poles to a red oak, his north west corner, thence east with his line sixteen poles to a dogwood the beginning corner of the aforesaid tract of thirty acres thence North ten poles to the beginning. Surveyed the 13th of June 1811 by Isham Perkins with the hereditaments and appurtenances - To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with it's appurtenances to the said Bazel Roden and his heirs forever - In witness whereof Willie Blount, Governor of the State of Tennessee, hath hereunto set his hand & caused the great seal of the state to be affixed at Nashville, on the sixteenth day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve and of the Independence of the United States, the thirty seventh.
By the Governor
W. G. Blount, Secretary Willie Blount
__________________
Bk F, pg 100
Submitted by Mildred Fournier

Notes: № 93 Jacob HAWK is probably the same Jacob HAWK who died ca 1829 Warren Co, TN, m possibly in Sullivan Co, TN, ca 1800, (Mary Ann "Polly" WARREN(?) who, after his death, m 2nd Martin JOHNSON, Sr., widower of Sarah COMBS. (See Above)

Notes: № 103 Thomas PAYNE was possibly son of Daniel PAINE by 1st wife? (2nd wife was Sylvy Combs. See above)

Notes: № 105 William OWENS was possibly the father of Barnet OWENS, b 1805, Wilkes Co, NC, who married Mahala COMBS, daughter of Simon and Martha MURRILL Combs (above)? Seeking transcription of bible record.

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