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Re: Peter Clubb{klopp/Clobb}of North Carolina
Posted by: steven Behr (ID *****8789) Date: January 16, 2008 at 20:00:04
In Reply to: Re: Peter Clubb{klopp/Clobb}of North Carolina by Peggy Reeves of 646

Peter Clubb of NOrth Carolina lands etc.

The Spanish Alarm (Shoemaker’s kin page l9) There was no official militia in North Carolina pre l753. The list is l753/54 and does not include Rowan or Anson counties. By 1755 there was an official militia of Anson co with 8l0 whites, 60 blacks. Rowan co 996 white, 54 black.
       There were 3 Spanish alarms. Summer l747 several parties of Spaniards in small vessels landed on outer banks of NC. They killed hogs and did a great deal of mischief
       1748 small squadron from the Havannah entered Cape Fear and destroyed the town of Brunskwick
       1750 a storm put ashore several ships. One ship Nuestra Sr de Guadalupe was forced into the Ocacko river and plundered by the occupants of the outer banks.
       1753 uprising notes
       Origin of the men on the Corbin list. (p l928, l929 Ramsey’s article)
              Of known background 33 were from Pennsylvania, ll from Shenandoah and five from Maryland.
              Andrew Hampton probably from Hamptons of Cecil County Maryland. Lived on Kuykendall’s Creek a branch of Dutchman
              William Adair in Shenandoah l740's granted 400 acres on Long Creek about a mile above Jacob Hoils l755
              George Rutledge from Shenandoah valley, 320 acres l754 Kuykendall’s creek
              William “Clighorn, a blacksmith and David Stanley temporary residents on land west of Catawaba in l748 (l753) for Clegnorn bought land on Cedar Creek of James River (Shenandoah valley) in l752 while David and John Stanley obtained 546 acres on Falling Springs of Jackson River (Covington Va) in l75l. They returned to Carolina after selling their land I Va. In l762 Cleghorn was granted l50 acres including the mouth of Duhart’s Creek I now Gaston co. Four years later David Stanley received 200 acre son both sides of Long Creek
              Charles McFeeters probably from Cecil co Md lived on west back of Catwaba river about three miles nort of Samuel Cobron.
              Thomas and Richard Reynolds, also from Cecil co, were granted land n Indian Creek, some six miles sw of the modern town of Lincolnton.
              John Watkins land on south side of Catwba adj Thomas Robinson’s creek. Origin of him obscure.
              William Ratchford, granted 300 acres l754 between Crowder’s Creek and the little Catwba in now southern Gaston Co. Origin unk.
              Joseph Green from Hunterdon co Ny or Salisbury twp, Lancaster co Pa settled on Beaverdam Creek joining Christian Aker’s line.
              Thomas Warwick or Ouright, granted 200 acres on Kilians’ creek l754.
              John and William Armstrong, a malster who was in the Shenandoah valley in l746 died there l762. By l762 the Armstrongs and their brother James possessed nine different tracts of land scattered through present Lincoln and Gaston counties, although they lived on Kuykendall’s Creek
              John Dunard (origin unk) received warrant 300 acres on Kilians, but (l753) probably on Duhard’s Creek se corner of Gaston.
              Leonard Killian granted 590 acres of land in Sept l749 on Killians. Creek?
              George Heger (William is 2 away from Clubb on the military list) along with his kinsman William probably came from western Maryland or Pennsylvania originally, removed to Carolina from the Shenandoah Valley where in l749 he was cited as not found. In l753 the two Hagers were granted 800 acres of land on waters of Killian’s Creek in the eastern part of what is now Lincoln.
              Phillip Rudisill 520 acre grant on Heyels creek no part of modern Gaston.
       (Killian website) 1749 13 April Colonial Council at New Bern granted l,000 acres in Anson co to Andrew, Leonard, and John Killion. This was on Killion’s Creek. 1754 he moved to Rowan county because of the Cherokee uprising. 1764 sold 1152 acres on Killians’ creek.
       Other early pioneers
       Peter Oyster from York Pa (sold land to Clubb)

       Peter received two grants Feb l, 1750. Unk.
       1753 315 acres from Killion on Leeper’s Creek,
       1753 250 from Moore
       1758 he bought 50 from Oyster;
       1768 patented 100,
       1783 200 acre grant #l55
        TOTAL BOUGHT 915 plus original grants

       1764 250 to Jacob Seights,
       1768 100 to Michael Masters,
       1784 to Jacob Seigts 267, however this is with Peter Jr and Michael Masters, so includes land previously sold to his son in laws.
       1784 to Michael Masters unk amt,
       1786/7 to Peter Jr 315 acres on b sides of Leeper Ck, 100 acres at a stony hill
        1787 deeds remaining all remainder of estate (does not say whether land)
        Total 1032 acres more or less.
       Land (Land Grant process in North Carolina from “Colony of North Carolina l735-l746) Hoffman.) “In Colonia North Carolina it was possible to obtain a grant of vacant land for importing people into the colony (headright grant) or purchase vacant land from the government ( a purchase grant). There were four basic steps in obtaining the document conveying title to the vacant land (which is what the patent is). The first step was to notify the secretary of the colony that one wished to have a particular piece of vacant land; at a meeting of the governor and council held to consider land matters (called the Court of Claims) the secretary read out the names of all who had petitioned for an entry on the land (these records no longer exist). IF the court of clams agreed to the entry, the person could then petition through the same process for a warrant. This document authorized the Crown surveyor to survey the land. When he had done so, a little map of the survey, called the plat, was returned by the surveyor in two copies to the secretary who then informed the Court of Claims that the individual petitioned for a paent. If the court agreed, and if all fees had been paid, the patent was then issued out of the secretary’s office where it was recorded before the original patent was surrendered to the new landowner. The patent was alos recorded in the office of the Crown auditor so that officer would know who was to pay the annual tax on the land (called Quit rent). Even though the land itself was freely granted under the headright system, the paperwork was expensive. It is unlikely that the small farmer earned as much as L l00 yearly in cash. The cost of the patent alone (not counting the other three steps) cost nearly L l2 if the tract of land was one square mile (640 acres) or less. The governor received l0 shillings for signing the patent, the governor’s secretary got 5 shillings for putting a wax seal to the document; the colonial secretary’s underclerks got l shillings, five pence for registering the patent; the clerk of the Court of Claims got a shilling for his trouble and another 7 shillings sixpence for petitioning process; the auditor was entitled L 3 for entering the patent in his records; the attorney general received L 2 for examining the patent to be certain that the wording was correct and t hat the title was clearly and accurately conveyed; and the colonial secretary charged L 5 for having written out the original patent and l0 shillings for his trouble. The whole process probably cost the average farmer several months earnings, but in North Carolina it was not possible to obtain title to land simply by squatting on it. From there on it could be sold or gien to heirs without consultation with the government officials. “
       In 1773 with the closing of the land office there was a rumor that Crown intended to vacate all American titles, causing all land to revert to the crown.
       Neighbors Gasper Clubb is cited in the deed as living next to the land of his father Peter Clubb sr. 1768 Peter sr sells land to his son in law Michael Masters; 1784 to his son in law Jacob Sitz. When Peter sr died he left all his unsold land to his son Peter jr. find land of peter jr sale in later Lincoln deeds.
       1750 Feb l two grants, size unk, cited in later deed. These would be in Bladen county. Anson was created April 9, l750 after more than a year of voting. There is no mention of Club in the Early Bladen Deed Book. Not sure if all deeds were recorded, or maybe I need to look to state registry of grants.
       1753 July 12, l753 Book B #l 305 deed to Peter Clubb from Leonard Killion and Margaret his wife land on Leopard’s Creek, Anson co deeds index (lease s 5, release L 30 Va money) 315 acres granted to Killion ll April l752. Leonard Killion (L) (seal), Margett Killlion (M) seal wit James Armour, John Thomas
       1753 July 14, l753 deed Book B #l page 304 from Leonard Killion and wife land on Catawba, Anson co deeds index
       1753 Oct 19 Deed book B #l p.370 from Samuel Moore and wife Sarah of Anson co, to Peter Clubb of same, for L 35 VA Money...250 acres n s side of Cataba, both sides of Killlion’s creek, between Killion’s and Robert Leeper lines 250 A
       1753 315 acres on Leopard (Leeper’s which is now the town of Mariposa) Creek on the south of the Catwaba (Anson co vol 8 p.28 of printed copy, abstract) Deed book B #l pp 304-306 13 and 14 July l753, Lenord Killion and Margaret his wife of Anson co to Peter Clubb of same (lease s5, release L 30 Va money) .....315 A granted to Killion ll April l752...Leonard Killion (L) (seal) Margaret Killion (M) (seal), wit James Armour, John Thomas. This indenture made this Thirteenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand Seven hundred and fifty Three between Leonard Killion and Margett his wife of the county of Anson and province of North Carolina of the one part and Petter (sic) Clubb of the Cunty and Province aforsd. Of the other part. WITNESSETH that the sd Leonord Killion and Margett his wife for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings to them in hand paid by the sd Peter Clubb the receipt is herby acknowledged and hav granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain and sell unto the sd Peter Clubb all that tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the county and province aforsd. On the south side of ye Cutawba River on Leopard’s Creek beginning on the north side of the aforsd Creek on a stony hill thence south l5 degrees West 40 chains to a pine south 67 degrees, east 22 chains thence south 60 degrees east 45 chains to a pine thence north 35 east 50 chains to a hickory from thence to the first station 74 chains containing by estimation three hundred and fifteen acres the same being granted to the sd Lenord Killion by a patent bearing the date the eleventh day of April one thousand seven hundred and fifty two and relation there unto being had may more at large appear and all houses buildings gardens, orchards meadows waters, water courses, mines, minerals profits commodities hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever to the same belonging or in a any wise appurtaining the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders rents issues and profits therefore on half of all gold and silver mines excepted to have and to hold the sd tract or parcel of land and all and singular other the premises herby granted with the appurtenances unto the sd Peter Clubb his heirs exors and assigns from the day of the date herof for and during the term of one whole year from thence next ensuing to be fully compleated and ended , yeilding and pahing therefore the rent of one barley corn on Lady day next If the same lawfully demand to the intent that by virtue of these presents and force of the statute for transfering uses into possession that sd Peter Clubb may be in actual possession of the premises and herby may be enabled to accept and take a grant release for the reversion and inheritance to him the sd Peter Clubb his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness whereof the said Leonrd Killion and Margett his wife have here unto set their hands and seals the day and year above written and in the twenty sixth year of his Majesties Reign. Signed sealed and delivered in presence of James Armour, John Thomas. Lenord L Killion (L) Mazrgett (M) Killion (seal mark)
       Same date same leand “For and in consideration of the sum of thirty three pounds current lawful money of Virginia....release acquit and discharge the said Peter Clubb and his heirs, executors, admrs..bargain, sold virtue of a bargain and sale to him therof made for one year by indenture bearing the date next before the dya of the date ....(it looks like the first is a rent contract, and the same date a sale for 30 L)
       (notes on Killion) “Andreas Kilian aged 30 arrived in Philadelphia aborad the ship Adventure in l732. His brother Johann followed in l740. They settled in what is now eastern Lincoln County before l748 and were granted more than 3000 acres of land on the creek which bears their name. Driven from their homes in the Cherokee uprising in l755, they Kilians fled eastward across the Catwba. Upon their return in l760 or 6l they settled in what is now Catawba County on the waters of Cline/Klein Creek (Journal of NC Genealogy winter l966)
       l754 NC patents #l patent book l8, 464l p.48 Thomas Ourigh 24 Sept 200 acres in Anson co s side of Catawba on Killion’s creek, joining said Killion land; Peter Club and James Armstrong.
       1756 Nc patent 509l p.l99 Hance Adam Snider Oct l3, l756 l25 acres ne side of his old plantation and Leopard creek on w side of Catwba adjoining land of Peter Club, Bastion Best, and Hance Adam Snider. Boston patented l6 May l754.
       1756 (Anson vol 5, p l42-144 Jan l3, 1757) Hance Adam Snider and wife Sarah of anson to John Walker of same (lease s 5, release L 5) land on ne side of his old plantation and Leopard Creek, w side of Catawba, adj Peter Club, Boston Best, Snider’s old line,...granted ot sd Snider l3 Oct l756, ...Adam Snider (seal) signed in German) Sarah Snider (x seal) wit George Brown, Moutice Pegues, Jno Thomas JP
       1756 Anson #l2 patent book l5 509l pg l99 Hanc eAdam Snider l3 Oct l756 l25 acres in Anson co the ne side of his old Plantation and Leopard Creek, on the w side of the cAtauba River, joining Peter Club (?), bAstian Best, and Hance Adam Snider.
       1758 50 acre tract sold by Peter Oyster to Peter Clubb is mentioned, but have no deed of it –‘a mile from Leeper’s line” This would be during the time that the Killians have left until l760 because of the Cherokee uprising. Where is Peter Clubb? Adam Seitz ‘settled on Leeper’s Creek in modern Lincoln county, four miles north of Peter Oster. Heinrich Seitz lived on Klllian’s creek five miles northeast of Adam. (Journal NC l966) Andreas Killian had a marker ST Paul’s Lutheran church, Catwaba county NC.
       1758 Peter Clubb from Peter Oyster and wife Mary Feb l, l758 deed book 5 p.292 Leeper’s Creek. Lease s 5..part of 3l0 granted to Oyster 24 Sept l754; adj Leeper...50 A...Peter oYster (seal), Mary Oyster ( 0), (seal), wit; John Thomas, Jean Thomas, Will Paul (W)
       1758 Peter Oyster and wife to Peter Clubb 5 -294 adj Robt Leeper
       1758 (Anson co vol 6) page 275 22 March l758 Peter Oyster and wife Mary of Anson to Michael Oyster of same, for L l0 about a miles (sic) from Robert Leeper line adj to a 50 acre tract sold by sd Oyster to Peter Club, 260 acres granted to Peter Oyster 24 Sept l754...Peter Oyster (seal) Mary Oyster (x) (seal) witness Abraham Scott, Peter Clubb (pc), John Thomas (NOTE John Thomas signed the Killion lease to Peter Clubb l754)
       1758 Vol 6, p 275; 22 Mar 1785 Peter Oyster and wife Mary of Anson to Michael Oyster of same for L about a miles from Robert Leeper’s line, adj to a 50 a tract sold by sd Oyster to Peter Clubb, 260 granted to Peter Oyster 24 Sept l745. Peter Oyster (seal) Mary Oyster (x) (seal) wit Abraham Scott, Peter Clubb, John Thomas.
       1758 (Mecklenburg deed) Peter Club planter, and wife Margaret of Mecklenberg to Michael Master of same L 30 l00 acres w side of Catawaba and Leeper’s , part of 2 tracts granted to Peter l Feb 1758 (sic) Peter Club (PC) witness John Dunn
       Notes on Oyster “Michel Oster/Eyster was probably son of Peter and seems to have lived with or near his father” (NC op cit. P.1926)
       Notes on Leeper non German, originated in Lancaster co Pa, proceeded directly to Carolina, while a kinsman James remained in the Shenandoah valley. Between l750 and l755 Leeper was issued seven grants of land totaling more than 37000 acres in the present day Lincoln and Gaston counties, along the Catawba river and on Leeper’s and Dutchman’s creeks. He lived in l75l on a 587 acre tract on Leeper’s Creek adjoining Peter Oster (Land grant book l0 page 240)
       1763 4 July John Armstrong of Mecklenberg to Jacob Costner l50 acres s side of s fork of Catawba below ye great Shoales. Witness Jacob Seits, Peter Clob (sic)
       1764 March 24, Mecklenburg Book l page 482 and 483 “This indenture made the twenty fourth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty four between Peter Club of the county of Mecklenburg in the province of North Carolina, planter of the one part and Jacob Sights of the County of Mecklenbenburg in the province aforesaid planter of the other part; Witnesseth that the said Peter Club for and in consideration of the sum of five to him in his hand, paid by the said Jacob Sights at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted, bargained, and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said Jacob Sights, all that tract or parcel of land containing by estimation two hundred and fifty acres be the same more or less situate, lying and being in the county of Mecklenburg in the said province on the south side of the Cataba river and on the both sides of Killion’s Creek Between Killion’s line and Robert Leepers old survey. Beginning at Killion’s corner a red oak, then no 7 W 60 poles to a stake then no 2 W 260 poles to a hickory then s 44 E 60 poles to a hickory on Leeper’s line then S 46 E 120 poles to a stake and thence to the beginning ast the said lan dis contained in Patent NO 465 granted unto Samuel Moore and bearing date the third day of Sept AD 1753 and afterward conveyed by said Samuel Moore to Peter Club. And all houses......etc .Peter Club his mark.
       (Book l page 483 follows the actual deed and sale for 25 L)
       1768 Nc patent from state #6785 Peter Clubb 29 April l00 acres in Mecklenberg on N side of Lepers creek, joining a hollow, Claus land, a branch, Peter Club the land Gasper Club now lives on, and the branch where Club now lives. This would imply that Peter lived next door to his son Gasper. (Is this near Gasper, or does it imply that Peter patented the land which Gasper was living on.) (Other list says “near Clubb’s open line and Abernathy’s line.” Wrote for copy. )
       1768 This indenture made the eleventh day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty eight between Peter Club and Margaret his wifeof the county of Mecklenberg and province of North Carolina ..of the one hand and Michael Masters of this county and province on the other part that the said Peter Club for and in consideration the sum of sixty (eighty?) Pounds ....tract of land one hundred acres on the w side the Catawba river and Leeper’s Creek joining his own land beginning at a walnut, the side of the creek and runs..... being part of two tracts of land granted to the said Peter Club the first of February 1750 as of record.....
       1768 Meckelenburg Book 4 page 824        This indenture made the eleventh day of October 1768 between Peter Club and Margaret his wife of Mecklenberg...Michael Masters of same....Peter Club for 30 L money..l00 acres west side of Catawba River and Leeper’s (?) Creek joining his own land beginning at a walnut at the side of the creek, running S E 22 poles to a the bottom of the creek, thence s 27 00, 77 poles to a hickory on Peter Oyster’s line thence S 60 W 160 poles t a small B oak thence no 3 E 45 poles to a B O then 50 6 3 E 30 poles to a black oak, thence N O 55, 3 66 poles to a pine thence n 16, # 50 poles to a the creek bank, thence the meander of the same of the beginning it part of two tracts of land granted to the said Peter Club the first of February 1750 (elsewhere this is listed as 1758) as of record. ...... (Mecklenberg was formed 1762 from Anson. I looked in the Anson deeds from 1748 but there is no such record. Anson was formed from Bladen l750, could it be in Bladen? Or since it was a grant, might it be recorded as a state grant elsewhere? Order Bladen l750 However Bladen is a defunct county, where would the stuff be? )
       Peter Club his mark PC
       1769 p.472 Philip Tillinger and wife Mary to Wm Tankersley L 25 both sides of s branch of Leopard Creek, Phillip Tilinger seal. Mary Tankersely (x), witness George Poofs, Peter Club (P), John Tillilnger
       1769 state patent #l6l2 Michael Masters 4 May l769 94 acres Tryon co on both sides of Leeper joining a hollow, Claus land (sic) a branch Peter Clubb, the land Gasper Club now lives on, and the branch where Club now lives.
       1773 (p.787 Mo Pioneers) l6 April Thomas Gillespe Tyron co to Paul Wisenunt of same for L 40 proc money land on n side of s fork Catawaba 300 acre on Hoils Creek about 4 miles above adj Hoyl granted lst term April l759 to (Boyl?) Thomas Gillisep jr (seal) with Jacob Seits, Marget Club (x) rec April term l774 (this would be Peter’s wife Margaret, or is it Gasper’s wife, why is she signing? Jacob is Peter Club’s son in law married to his dau Mary )
       1777 (Mo Pioneers p.255) l5 Feb l7877 Henry Masters of Tryon county to John Kincade of same for L 30 NC money land on Leeper’s creek of Catawba River adj Killians corner 200 acres Heinrich Masters (German signature) (seal). Witness Peter Club ( ) Benjmain Armstrong.
       1783 (Tyron co N Car deeds in Jackson lib p.ll6 pp 720-72l) (lined out) discontinued; Peter Club claims 200 acres in Lincoln co on waters of Leeper’s Creek adj Mathew Lock and his own land; entered l5 Sept l783 L 30
(file # l55 State records, sec of state record group. Land office, land warrants, plats of survey and related records Lincoln co l783, l758 call # S l08.769 Frames 773-777, Archives search room Raleigh, Mars id l2.24.82.l56 (folder) warrants, plats. Index terms; Leeper’s creek, personal name Pete Clubb. 200 acres. Grant #l55, issued Sept 24, l785, entry 24, entered Sept l5, l783 book, page 59;l90 on waters of Leeper’s creek.
       1784 p.669 l8 of x l784, Peter Clobb sr of Lincoln co to Michael Master of same for 5 s land on Leeper’s Creek Peter Clobb (PC) with Jos Abernathy, Jacob Seids (prob Jacob Seits his son in law) Rec July term l784. Get acreage
       1784 May 7/Jan l785 Deed of sale from Peter Club and Peter Club jr and Michael Masters to Jacob Sits for 267 (or is it 167 as cited below) acres dated 7 May l784 proved by Joseph Abernathy
       1784 May l7, Peter Clobb sr, Peter Clobb jr and Michael Masters all of Lincoln co to Jacob Seits of same for L ll2 l67 acres adj Michael Master...Peter Clobb sr (P) (seal) Peter Clobb jr (PC) (seal) Michel Master (M) (seal) wit Jos Abernanthy.....(German signature). Rec Jan term l785 (rec p.720 Missouri Pioneers)
       1784 p 669-770 Peter Clobb sr of Lincoln co to Michael Masters s 5 land on Leeper’s. Peter Clobb (PC) witness Joseph Abernathy, Peter Seids. Rec July l874
       1784/1786/1787 will (original at Nc Dept of Archives Raleigh) “In the name of God, Amen. I Peter Clubb of Lincoln county and state of North Carolina being of perfect understanding do make ordain constitute and appoint this to be my last will and testament to be ordered and disposed of in manner following. First I give and bequeath my soul to Almighty God who gave it and as far as my worldly estate I desire it should be disposed of as follows. 2nd I desire to be buried in a decent manner expenses therof to be levied out of my estate not exceeding four pounds. I desire that all my debts should be paid. Item I give and bequeath to my son Gasper Clubb five shillings. Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Seits one shilling. Item I give and bequaeth to my daughter Barbary Tankersly one shilling. Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Marget Master one shilling. Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Master one shilling. Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Eve Rode one shilling. Item I give and bequeath to my son Peter Clubb all the reminder of my estate now in my possession and I do hereby constitute and appoint my son Peter Clubb my sole executor of this my last will and testament in witness whereof I have herunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 26th day of January 1784. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of us. John Tucker (?), David Abernathy jrn. David Abernathy sr. . Peter Clubb (PC his mark). I Peter Clubb do ratify and confirm the within to be my last will and tesatment unto which I annex this item. I give and bequeath unto my sno Peter Clobb (sic) one copper still with all the vessels hereunto belonging. Witness my hand and seal this l5th day of Dec 1786 Peter (PC) Clobb (sic) (Mark). Jo Abernathy, George Clobb (sic) . Peter Clubb will proved Jan 1787.
       1785 deed of sale Peter Club (sic) and Peter Club jr and Michael Masters to Jacob Sites 267 acres May 7, l784 proven Joseph Abernathy (same as above).
       1785 July; John Sumter vs Peter Clubb jury found for plaintif, damage L 6.l9.8 and cost (Court minutes of Lincoln co, copoy at Knoxville Public lib)
       1785 Oct Peter Club vs Thos Robinson, jury for plaintiff damage L l9.4.l and 6d cost
       1786 Lincoln co deed 3: l62 Bk l4;l25 l5 December Peter Clobb sr of Lincoln co to Peter Clubb jr same for 5 shillings l) 3l5 acres on both sides of Leeper’s Creek adj a stony hill (this would be his l753 land), 2) l00 acres on branches of Leeper’s creek adj Abernathy; Peter x Clobb; wit George Clobb, David Abernathy.
       1786 Grant Abraham Hairhart, Abraham Forney, Peter Forney and Turner Abernathy ‘in company’ claim l73 acres in Lincoln county; adj Peter Club, George Sides and Abernatny entered Aug l786 L l0
       1786 discontinued; Jacob Sides claims l50 acres in Lincoln co on waters of Leopard’s (Leeper’s) creek ad Peter Club, George Rominger, francis Sumit and his own land; entered l4 Oct l786 L l5
       1786 Granted; Jacob Sides claims 208 acres in Lincoln co between Peter Club, George Rominger, Francis Sumit and his own land; entered l6 Oct l7886 L 20.l6
       1787 Jan Peter Clubb will proven.
       1787 deed of sale Peter Clubb sr to Peter Clubb jr 4l5 acres dated Dec l5 proved David Abernathy
       1787 will January will of Peter Clubb proven by John Tucker in open court and George Clubb examined thereto.              

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