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Anson Co NC-Cathey, Little, Armour
Posted by: Gerry Hill (ID *****8882) Date: November 05, 2007 at 02:40:47
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1756-Jul 28 Anson
James Armour, J A Jannet Little,Jno Cathey admin. bond for John Little deceased of Anson Wills and Estates 1749-1795 p 17

How is John Cathey kin to James Armour or Jannet Little?

Also-I probably just neighbors Book 1 P 229-232 8 & 9 Sep. 2 tracts Wm. Alexander of Rowen to Wm. Steven of same 2 tracts on ss Catauba grantes James Armor 9 Sep 1750 conveyed to William Alexander 2 Jul 1755 300. 15 granted George Cathy 29 Mar 1753 conveyed to said Alexander 17 Jul 1755.

In reading here-and on GenCircles and Ancestry-I still can not piece together the part of the family in Anson-(Later Meckl)

I note that John Cathey shown born 1748 Anson-is shown as child of John and Alexander...

But I am thinking from above-that John Cathey-who would be an adult when this John was born-had a wife who was a little or some closer connection.

I read on
Settlers to Steel Creek-Mecklenburg Co NC
The Steele Creek Historical Society-old Steele Creek Township-Meckl. Co NC
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncschgs/armourfam.htm

That the Armour's had connections to the Cathey's back in Pa, before migrating from there-and Ireland-
My particular bunch shows so far-not coming through Pa, but directly from Ireland, Scotland.

Ms. Gerry Hill-Albany Ga.


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