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352. Henry STEVENS Jr was born on 20 Nov 1681 in Stonington, New London Co., CT. He died after 1749 in Stonington, New London Co., CT. He married Elizabeth FELLOWS on 2 Mar 1708/1709 in Plainfield, Windham, CT. [Parents]

More About HENRY STEPHENS:
Fact 1: 18 February 1692/93, Baptized in the Congregational Church in Plainfield, Connecticut.
Fact 2: Settled in Plainfield, Connecticut
Fact 3: 1715, Had returned, and been living in Stonington, Connecticut.

"Records of the First Congregational Church of Stonington, Connecticutt" show:
Aug. 12, 1716, Jedediah, son of Henry Stevens, Jun.

NOTE!!
Henry Jr.5 b. Nov. 20, 1681 -m- in 1708-9 Elizabeth Fellows. (Ghastin says Anne Babcock)

Henry5 Stephens (Henry4), b. 1681 Stonington, Ct., Congregationalist, settled at Plainfield, Conn. -m- in 1709 Elizabeth Fellows,b. 1685 at Ipswich, Mass., dau. of Ephraim and Anna Fellows. Henry, et ux. returned to Stonington and was living there in 1715.
Stevens - Stephens Genealogy and Family History
Author: Clarence Perry Stevens
Call Number: CS71.S844

Source: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/e/William-Lackey--Stephens/GENE20-0035.html#CHILD64

353. Elizabeth FELLOWS was born on 14 Sep 1685 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. She died in 1790 in Stonington, New London Co., CT. [Parents]

[Child]

360. Daniel Jr. ADAMS was born in 1678. He died on 11 Jan 1712/1713. He married Thankful SHEPARD. [Parents]

361. Thankful SHEPARD was born in 1693. She died in 1724.

[Child]

366. William\issac HALLIDAY was born in 1677. He died in 1764. He married Anna ELLIS.

367. Anna ELLIS was born in 1675.

[Child]

400. George Valentine METSKER (METZGER) was born on 19 Apr 1705 in Mainzeiler (Neiderlinxweiler), Germany . He died in Feb 1773 in Pendleton Co, WV. He married Maria Elizabeth KEIBERT on 6 Dec 1740 in Niederlinxweiler, Germany . [Parents]

George Metzger found in:
Genealogical Records: Pennsylvania Colonial Records, 1600s-1800s
Listed in: Persons Naturalized in Pennsylvania, 1740-73
Page number: 39
"On the 24th day of September, 1753, at the said Supream Court, before the said judges in pursuance of the aforesaid Act of Parliament, the following persons:" (Included in this list is George Metzker, Lancaster Co, Pennsylvania, September 22, 1753)

401. Maria Elizabeth KEIBERT was born about 1726 in Germany.

[Child]

416. Job TILLERY Jr was born on 3 Mar 1705 in Totusky Creek, Richmond, Virginia. He died in Feb 1733 in Totusky Creek, Richmond, Virginia. He married Elizabeth MACKYGER on 27 Aug 1730 in Totusky Creek, Richmond, Virginia. [Parents]

Index of Wills - Richmond Co, VA
p. 220 - Job TILLERY, Farn.Par., will; 8 Jan 1733, 4 Feb 1733/34
sis. Elizabeth TILLERY; John HAMMOND (son of Martin
HAMMOND); no ex; wits: Rebecca HUDSON; Gabriel ALLOWAY.
- Job TILLERY, inv; 16 Feb, 1733/34.

417. Elizabeth MACKYGER was born about 1710 in Totusky Creek, Richmond, Virginia.

[Child]

424. Rev. William WEST was born in 1752 in prob Virginia. He died in Apr 1842 in Simpson Co., KY. He married Angeline CLENDENNEN in 1770 in Chatham Co., North Carolina. [Parents]

THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS
Volume 1
Part 1
CHAPTER IV GRANTS SOUTH OF GREEN RIVER (1797-1866)
THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY
page 431
Grantee: West, Wm
Acres: 300
Book: 20
Page: 13
Date Survey: 5-30-1810
County: Logan
Watercourse: N Fk Red R

THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS
Volume 1
Part 1
CHAPTER IV GRANTS SOUTH OF GREEN RIVER (1797-1866)
THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY
page 430
Grantee: West, Wm
Acres: 100
Book: 17
Page: 84
Date Survey: 6-11-1810
County: Logan
Watercourse: Red R

425. Angeline CLENDENNEN.

[Child]

432. Barnabas VANDEVENTER was born on 13 Jul 1722 in New Brunswick, NJ. He married Jannetje. [Parents]

433. Jannetje.

[Child]

448. Benjamin COOK was born about 1712 in Isle of Wight, Virginia. He died in Of Franklin Co, NC. [Parents]

William Green Entry taker returned into Court a List of Caveats made and Entered in his office and Ordered to be recorded as P List viz Lawrence Lancaster against William Person &c, Philemon Hawkins against William Faulkner &c, Lidia Massey & James Merony against Mary Massey &c, John Arnold against Aaron Fussell, Philemon Hawkins against Solomon Dorsey &c. Thomas Piner, John Gwinn & Morris Railey ag't James Huckaby; John Richards against Drury - &c, Benjamin Cook against Edward Richardson(?); John Hawkins against James Burk & John - &c; James Merony against William Ball &c, Thomas Cook against Benjamin W-; William Morris against Mich'l Coilins &c; John Christmas against Young McLamore &c; Osborn Jeffreys against George Smith &c; Michael Dent, Osborn Jeffreys &c; Enoch Powell against John Hawkins Jun'r; William Ferrill against John Ferrill &c; Osborn Jeffreys against David Mimms &c; Gibson Martin against John Hogg &c; Stephen Beckham against Merryman Thorn &c; Philemon Hawkins against Osborn Ball &c; Samuel Taylor and Peter Brinkley against Thomas Young &c; Joseph Norris against James Cone &c; Rebecca Perry vs 126 against Thomas Arrendell &c; Burwell Perry against Daniel Potter &c; Philemon Hawkins ag't Samuel Morris &c; Osborn Jeffreys against Jesse Mabry &c; Thomas Person ag't Giles Bowers. Bute County, North Carolina Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1767-1779 14 August 1778

1790 census
Charles Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (2-3-7) Image 3 - Listed near Thomas (b)
(a) Thomas Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (1-2-3) Image 3
(b) Thomas Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (2-2-2-0-11) Image 3 (11 slaves)
Benjamin Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (1-1-7-0-1) Image 3 (1 slave)
John Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (1-0-2) Image 3 - Listed near Thomas (b)
Jacob Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (2-4-3) Image 3
John Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (2-2-5) Image 3
William Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (1-3-8) Image 3
William Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (2-2-8) Image 3
Allen Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (1-0-2) - Image 3
Shemuel Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (1-0-3-0-3) - Image 4
Blanton Cook Franklin, NC 1790 (1-0-3) - Image 4

[Child]

464. Constable Robert HUDDLESTON Jr. was born in 1720 in Spotsylvania, Virginia. He died on 2 Feb 1767 in Spotsylvania, Virginia. He married Elizabeth LEWIS.

Robt. Huddleston found in:
Genealogical Records: Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850
Date: Nov 30, 1738 Location: Spotsylvania Co., VA Record ID: 43688 Description: Witness Book Page: C Property: Lot No. 56 in town of Fredksburg. Remarks: John Waller, Jr., of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., Gent., to Henry Downs of St. Mark's Par., Orange Co., Gent. £2 15s. curr. Lot No. 56, in town of Fredksburg. Feby. 6, 1738. Notes: This land record was originally published in "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume I" edited by William Armstrong Crozier.

Robt. Huddleston found in:
Genealogical Records: Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850
Date: May 2, 1740 Location: Spotsylvania Co., VA Record ID: 43757 Description: Witness Book Page: C Property: 100 a. in Spts. Co. Remarks: Ralph x Williams of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to William Williams of Par. and Co. afsd. £30 curr. 100 a. in Spts. Co.-formerly taken up by Nicholas Lankford and by him conveyed to John Collier, Jr., of King and Queen, and by sd. Collier to Robert Stubblefield, and by sd. Stubblefield to sd. Ralph Williams, as by Deeds, July 2, 1734. Oct. 7, 1740. Notes: This land record was originally published in "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume I" edited by William Armstrong Crozier.

Robt. Huddleston found in:
Genealogical Records: Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850
Date: Nov 2, 1742 Location: Spotsylvania Co., VA Record ID: 43837 Description: Witness Book Page: D Property: 200 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of a tract granted Thomas Allen and Geo. Musick, Sept. 28, 1728, etc. Remarks: Henry Elley of Hambleton Par., Prince Wm. Co. to Edward Coleman of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., £14 curr. 200 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of a tract granted Thomas Allen and Geo. Musick, 28 Sep 1728, etc. Nov. 2, 1742. Notes: This land record was originally published in "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume I" edited by William Armstrong Crozier.

Robt. Huddleston found in:
Genealogical Records: Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850
Date: Jun 25, 1745 Location: Spotsylvania Co., VA Record ID: 43937 Description: Witness Book Page: D Property: 36 a. in St. Geo. Par. on Cattail Swamp, of Mattapony River (joining Joseph Brock and the Orphans of James Samms, near the Samms plantation), part of a tract granted Larkin Chew, by patent, June 4, 1722. Remarks: John Talburt of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Margaret, his wife, to Jeremiah Stevens of same Par. and county. £12 curr. 36 a. in St. Geo. Par. on Cattail Swamp, of Mattapony River (joining Joseph Brock and the Orphans of James Samms, near the Samms plantation), part of a tract granted Larkin Chew, by pat., 4 Jun 1722, and by him conveyed to Amey Sutton, and by sd. Sutton to sd. Talburt. 6 Aug 1745. Notes: This land record was originally published in "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume I" edited by William Armstrong Crozier.

Robt. Huddleston found in:
Genealogical Records: Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850
Date: Sep 6, 1746 Location: Spotsylvania Co., VA Record ID: 43971 Description: Witness Book Page: D Property: 100 a. in St. Geo. Par. Spts. Co., part of a tract taken up by Nicholas Lankford. Remarks: William Williams of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Elizabeth, his wife, to John Williams of same Par. and county. £35 curr. 100 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of a tract taken up by Nicholas Lankford, and by him sold to John Coller (Collier), Junr., of King and Queen Co., and by sd. Coller sold to Robert Stubblefield and Ralph Williams, by Deeds, in Spts. Co. Court, and afterwards acknowledged to Wm. Williams, etc. 4 Nov 1746. Notes: This land record was originally published in "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume I" edited by William Armstrong Crozier.

Robt. Huddleston found in:
Genealogical Records: Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850
Date: Nov 4, 1751 Location: Spotsylvania Co., VA Record ID: 44114 Description: Witness Book Page: E Property: 100 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of a pat. granted Henry Haines. Remarks: John Adam Link of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., planter, and Sarah, his wife, to Thomas Dillard of same Par. and co. £20 curr. 100 a. in St. Geor. Par., Spts. Co., part of pat. Granted Henry Haines, 28 Sep 1728. 3 Dec 1751. Notes: This land record was originally published in "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume I" edited by William Armstrong Crozier.

Robert Huddleston found in:
Genealogical Records: Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850
Date: Aug 4, 1752 Location: Spotsylvania Co., VA Record ID: 44136 Description: Neighbor Book Page: E Property: 185 a. whereon sd. McNeal now dwells, joining the lands of Humphrey Bell, John Williamson, Robert Huddleston, Colo. John Waller and Richard Coleman, etc. Remarks: John Lea of Orange Co., North Carolina, and Anne, his wife, to Thomas McNeal of St. Geo. Par., Spts.Co., Va. £24 curr. 185 a. whereon sd. McNeal now dwells and formerly being a pat. granted George Carter and given by sd. Carter to the sd. John Lea, his son-in-law, by Deed of Gift. Said land joining the lands of Humphrey Bell of London, John Williamson, Robert Huddleston, Colo. John Waller and Richard Coleman, etc., etc. No witnesses. Notes: This land record was originally published in "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume I" edited by William Armstrong Crozier.

465. Elizabeth LEWIS was born on 23 Apr 1724 in New Kent, Virginia. [Parents]

[Child]

466. Joseph CARTER was born on 30 Apr 1704 in Christ Church Parish,Middlesex,Va. He died on 7 May 1751 in St.George's Parish,,Spotsylvania Co.,Va. He married Catherine AMMON.

467. Catherine AMMON was born in 1706 in of Christ Church Parish,Middlesex,Va. She died after 4 Jan 1771 in Spotsylvania, Virginia.

[Child]

468. Isaac WINSTON Sr. was born about 1687 in Of New Kent, Hanover, VA. He died before 6 Mar 1760 in Hanover, Virginia or Granville, NC. He married Mary DABNEY. [Parents]

Virginia Genealogies and Biographies, 1500s-1900s
Listed in: Valentine Papers, Vol. III
Page number: 2372

"There is a constant tradition in the Winston family to the effect that Isaac Winston's wife was Mary Dabney. No record so far discovered throws any light on this question. Col. John and Sarah (Winston-Syme) Henry, were parents of Patrick Henry, the statesman and Revolutionary Patriot, Govenor of Virginia."

WILL OF ISAAC WINSTON (1760)
In the name of God amen. I, Isaac Winston of the County of Hanover, being in good health and perfect memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, and do hereby dispose of all such worldly goods as it hath pleased Almighty God to bestow on me in manner and form the following:

I give and bequeath until my son William Winston, one negro man named Ned, bought of John Shelton, also one negro boy named Sandy, to him and his heirs forever.

I give and bequeath unto my son Isaac Winston the following slaves, namely, Charles, a man, Tom, a boy, bought of Piron Janes, a woman and Sam and Grace and Pharrah her children, Miah, a man, and Hager, a woman, Sarah and Doll her child Milly and David children of Leah, Dick, Saul, Jack and Jane, his wife and Bradly her child, slaves I give to him and his heirs forever.

I give to my son Isaac Winston one negro boy named Isaac, provided he shall well and truly pay the sum of forty five pounds current money unto my Grand Daughters, Mary and Lucy Coles, daughters of William and Lucy Coles the said sum to be equally divided between my grandchildren above mentioned when they arrive at the age of twenty one years or marry.

I give and bequath unto my son Anthony Winston, the following slaves, namely, Tamer and Cate, two women and Primus a man now in his possession also Pompey, a man, to him and his heirs forever.

Item: I give and bequeath unto my grandson Edmund Winston, son of William, one negro girl named Pegg, daughter of Hannah, and a mulatto girl named Tamer daughter of Kate also Abraham, a child of Judy's with their increase to him and his heirs forever.

Item: I further give unto my said grandson Edmund Winston son of William fifty pounds current money.

Item: I give until my daughter Sarah Henry five pounds current money.

Item: I give and bequeath until my grandson Isaac Winston, son of Isaac, one negro woman named Aggy, daughter of Hannah and one negro woman named Tamer, with all their increase to him and his heirs forever.

Item: I give and bequeath unto my cousin Nathaniel Winston, one negro girl named Pegg, a child of Moll with her increase to him and his heirs forever.

I give and bequeath unto my son Anthony Winston, six silver spoons.

I give and bequeath unto Dr. John Walker eighty pounds current money.

I give until my granddaughter Lucy Henry, forty pounds current money when she comes of age or marries. I give unto my granddaughter Mary Henry forty pounds current money when she comes of age or marries. I give unto my granddaughter Ann Henry forty pounds current money when she comes of age or marries. I give unto my granddaughter Eliza Henry forty pounds current money when she comes of age or marries. I give unto my granddaughter Susanna Henry forty pounds current money when she comes of age or marries, and my will and desire is that in case either of my granddaughters, namely Lucy, Ann, Mary, Elizabeth and Susanna Henry, or either of them should die before they arrive at full age or marry then it is my desire that the money left to her be equally divided between the survivors.

I give and bequeath until my grandson Walter Coles, son of William Coles, one negro boy named Taff to him and his heirs forever.

I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Mary Winston, one negro boy named Ben, also my riding chair and harness and her side saddle and furniture, also her three gilt trunks with one jar and also her bed and furniture as also one negro woman named Hannah provided she pay unto my son Anthony for the said negro woman fifteen pounds current money within two years after my decease. The slaves and legacies I give unto my said wife and to her heirs forever.

I give to my friend Col. Peter Fontaine, fifteen pounds current money provided he will act as executor with my son Isaac.

My will and desire is that after my decease my crop be finished before any of the slaves be delivered to the legatees, and that all my crop of tobacco, corn and wheat, stock and cattle, horses, hogs, and sheep, all my household goods of what property or nature soever not heretofore disposed of to be sold by my executors hereafter named at twelve months credit. They taking bond and security of the purchasers and then to collect the debts which may arise from such sale and the sum let out on interest taking good security until the legatees come to age or marry and then it is my desire that my executor hereafter mentioned shall deliver the legatee or legatees a bond or bonds to discharge their specifick legatees together with the interest then due on such bond or bonds without troubling my executors to collect the same.

Item: My will and desire is that the residue of the money arising from the sale of my estate after my just debts and legacies are paid I give unto my son William Winston and to his heirs forever.

Lastly, I do hereby appoint and constitute my loving son Isaac Winston and my trusty friend Peter Fontaine executors of this my last will and testament, and my desire is that no part of my estate be appraised or inventoried, and I do hereby declare this to be my last will and testament, annuling and making void all former wills by me heretofore made.

Given under my hand and seal this sixth day of February one thousand seven hundred and sixty.

ISAAC WINSTON (seal)
Signed, sealed and declared in the presence of John Holden, Roger Mallory, George Clayton.

At a court held for Hanover County on Thursday, the sixth day of March, 1760, this last will and testament of Isaac Winston, deceased, was offered for proof by Isaac Winston, one of the executors therein named, and was proved by the oath of John Holden and George Clayton two of the witnesses thereto and also by the oath of the said Isaac Winston as executor thereto and admitted to record.
March 6, 1760.
Test: William Pollard, D.C.H.C.

469. Mary DABNEY was born about 1697. [Parents]

Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly • volume XV • volume XV, number 4 (01-OCT-1977) • Winston Family Genealogy - Isaac Winston was married twice and Mary Dabney may not have been the mother of his children.

[Child]

480. William SMALLWOOD was born in 1710 in Charles Co., Md. He died in Oct 1768 in Granville Co., NC. He married Mary or Ann GRANT. [Parents]

481. Mary or Ann GRANT died after 11 Aug 1787 in Granville Co., NC.

Source for surname of Mary: LDS Website

[Child]

488. Willoughby BROUGHTON was born in 1725 in Brunswick Co, Virginia. He died in Oct 1804 in Anderson County, South Carolina. He married Elizabeth Hannah CHRISTMAN. [Parents]

Possible relatives:
American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)
Alexander BROUGHTON 174? South Carolina, capt.
Allexander BROUGHTON 175? South Carolina
Edward BROUGHTON 175? South Carolina
John BROUGHTON 175? South Carolina
Willoughby BROUGHTON 175? South Carolina

Indexes to the County Wills of South Carolina, Anderson County, 1791-1857, Page 30
Broughton, Willibough, Vol. 1, Date 1800-1834, Section A, Page 48
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Willoughby Broughton, wife Joanna, no sons mentioned. Daughters: Catherine HALKAM (oldest), Winifred DAVIS (youngest). Other heirs: Frederick JOHNSON,sil, Elijah SMITH (step-son), Jeffee Broughton's heirs, Job Broughton. Exors: wife, Joanna Broughton, Frederick Johnson, James GARVIN.
Witnesses: Thomas GARVIN, James GARVIN.
Date: 28 Oct. 1804. Probate: 5 Nov. 1804. Bk.A p.55, Roll 74.,Columbia, Anderson Co.SC
Question: Which of Willoughby's children are out of which wife???

From Surry and Wilkes Co, NC Taxables, 1771-1800, Vol. 1, 1771-1777, William Perry Johnson (alpha list by 1st letter of surname):
1771 Surry Co, NC Tax List - Clerk's Copy
BROUGHTON, Willoby

Pendleton Co South Carolina:
http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/sc-pend.htm
20 Dec 1797 (Pendleton SC DB B:363) Dec. 20, 1797. Bennett Combs of Washington Dist., for 3 pds. sold to Eilliby BROTTON [a.k.a. Willoughby BROUGHTON] 107 acs. on NW side of 15 Mile Branch of Savannah River, part of tract granted Thos. SHIRELY (sic mg) by Benj. GUERARD, Jan. 25, 1785. Wits: Wm. HUNTER, Fredrick (F) JOHNSTON. Doctor Wm. HUNTER made oath to Geo. W. EARLE, D.C.C. Dec. 20, 1797. Rec. Dec. 20, 1797. (Pendleton District, South Carolina, Deeds, 1790-1806. Betty Willie)

Notes: See Also Willoughby BROUGHTON in Surry Co NC, and also see Missouri BROUGHTON, daughter of John of Caswell Co NC, who married Orison Combs. If the above consideration is correct, then there may have been a kinship between Bennett Combs and Willoughby BROUGHTON, particularly given that on the same date as above, Bennett Combs sold additional land for what appears to be a more reasonable (market value) amount:

20 Dec 1797 (Pendleton SC DB C-D:363) Washington Dist. Dec. 20, 1797. I, Bennet Combs, for 70 pds., sold to Fredrick JOHNSTON 213 acs. on 15 Mile Branch of Savannah River, part of tract granted Thos. SHIRELY Jan. 25, 1785, b/b Willoby BROTTON. Wits: Wm. HUNTER, Willoby (+) BROTTON. Dr. Wm. HUNTER made oat to G. W. EARLEY, D.C.C. Dec. 20, 1797. Rec. Dec. 20, 1797. (Pendleton District, South Carolina, Deeds, 1790-1806. Betty Willie)

Timeline and facts from Gary Braughton's website located at
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/r/a/Gary-D-Braughton/BOOK-000
1/0002-0001.html?Welcome=1075952938:
Owned land in N. Farnham,Va. before moving to Surry County, North Carolina
and Oglethrope Georgia and Chesterfield South Carolina with son William.
He is believed to be the son of James Broughton who descended from Symond
and Anise Chamberlaine Broughton. Symond's will is on record 1639-1680.
1760: Given grant of land by King George III
June 2, 1754: Escaped from Fort Vause French &Indian war
February 17, 1778: sold land in North Carolina Surry County
February 27, 1776: He joined the Revolutionary War and fought against the
Tories

http://www.kcnet.com/~denis/gates/woodard/broug-02.htm
Willoughby lived in Virginia at least into the 1770's. In 1750 he was living in Richmond County and by late 1755 he and his family were living in Brunswick County. There is some indication that he may have served during the French and Indian War At the Battle of Moore's Bridge, in Surry County, North Carolina, during the Revolutionary War, Willoughby and his two sons, Job and Jesse fought against the Tories. During the 1770's, Willoughby lived in Surry County, moving to Wilkes County, Georgia around 1778. By 1790 Willoughby was living in Marlboro County, South Carolina.

Willoughby's second wife wife was widow Joanna Johnston and it was sometime during this decade, the 1790's, that Willoughby moved to Anderson County, South Carolina.

Willoughby's will, made on October 28, 1804 was recorded and proved on November 5, 1804.


North Carolina Census Records:
Name: WILLOBY BROUGHTON
State: NC
County: Surry County
Year: 1771
Database: NC Early Census Index

Name: WILLOBY BROUGHTON
State: NC
County: Surry County
Township: Early Tax List
Year: 1771
Database: NC Early Census Index

1790 Federal Census:
Name: Willoughby Broughton
Township: St Thomas
County: Cheraws District
State: SC
Year: 1790
Roll: M637_11
Page: 46
Image: 0217
Persons in Household: 1-(Male 16+) 1-(Male Under 16) 1(Females)

Willoughby Broughton Not Stated, Pendleton District, SC 1800

489. Elizabeth Hannah CHRISTMAN.

[Child]

496. Richard MOORE died on 2 Aug 1721 in Prince George, VA. He married Elizabeth ORRICK.

ID: I2154
Name: Richard MOORE 1
Sex: M
Death: 2 AUG 1721 in Prince George, VA
Change Date: 13 MAR 2001
Marriage 1 Elizabeth ORRICK
Children
John MOORE b: ABT 1678 in Prince George, VA

497. Elizabeth ORRICK.

[Child]

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