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Saponi indian austin of North Carolina
Posted by: Joseph Newman (ID *****3942) Date: December 03, 2011 at 01:48:52
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April 19 1755:
Abstracts of the Minutes of the
Court of Pleas and Quarter
Sessions Rowan County,
North Carolina 1753-1762
II:72 19 April 1755
Esquires present: Jas Carter, Jno Handby, Alexr Osburn & Thos Potts. Whereas John Auston a Saponia Indian and Mary a Susquhanah Indian and Thos a Cattaaba applied for a pass to the Cataba Nation being now on their Journey to conclude a Genl Peace with ye Catabas in behalf of the Sd Nation and also presented 3 Belts of Wampum to Sd Court by which the sd Treaty is to be concluded.
Copyright Jo White Linn 1977
Mrs. Stahle Linn, Jr.
Box 1948
Salisbury, N.C. 28144
Stamped (Carnegie Public Library, Washington C. H., Ohio 43160)"

"The Virginia Genealogist" October-December 1961, 147-54. John Sr. made his will in 1758........named his wife Hannah and sons John, Valentine, Stephen, Richardson, also called Richard, and Joseph, mentioning that the first 2 were married. In the biography, John W. Scott has Richard listed as the son of a Saponie Indian.

Children are:

John Austin b: 1720 in Virginia
Valentine Austin b: Abt 1722 in Virginia
Richard Austin b: 1726 in , , Virginia
Stephen Austin b: Abt 1728 in Pittsylvania Virginia
Joseph Austin b: 1730-1735 in Pittsylvania, Virginia
William Austin b: 14 Sep 1726 in Virginia

If your from This family and wish to learn more about the Saponi then feel free to message me at (If I do not reply in 24 hrs) you can try my youtube channel at "Monasukapanough".

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