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Kesiah Duskin and Woodson Clements
Posted by: Jan Hart (ID *****8910) Date: April 28, 2007 at 12:33:02
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Woodson Clements and Kesiah/Keziah/Kessiah Duskin had at least 3 children.

John Calvin Clements b. January 21, 1806, who married Cynthia Utley. He is referred to in his father's will as CALVIN which is how I finally stumbled on where he was buried in McLemoresville, Carroll Co. TN. John Calvin died March 10,, 1846. Cynthia died Nov.29, 1865. [my family line comes throught their son, Woodson Clements b. 1839, he also went to Texas...Smith Co. TX.]

William W. [some say Washington some Woodson] b. 1808, married Mary Franquilla Adams. I don't have their children, but they supposedly married about 1848 in Texas.

Candis Clements b. abt. 1814 who married Henry Utley!!! They had 10 Children!

Here are some notes I had in the FT files about Woodson Clements:
> Woodson Clements left his will in Wake Co. dated 1837. The mill and lake were not mentioned, but he did leave to son William W. Clements "after the death or marriage of my wife, all the lands I own on both sides of Middle Creek, including the land whereon my son Calvin's family lived..." He loaned to daughter Candis Utley a tract of land bought of Henry Utley which was to pass to her heirs at her death. He also left to Candis a Negro girl named Annie. It can't be determined from the will if the mill was included in the lands on Middle Creek or not, but the 1870 map has the name W. Clements where the mill was located. The mill must have been sold before the 1887 map was prepared. At any rate, it was called Alford's at that time.
> The above is from info taken from Wake Co. Deed Book 6, page 185.
> Another entry from Wake Co.
> Wake County Deed Book K, p. 339
> State of N. C. grant #903 to Woodson Clements, Nov. 18, 1819, a tract of 104 acres on the Lick Branch and the drains of Lashleys Branch, waters of White Oak Creek, adjoining Lewis Barker, Gray Barker, Zachariah Wimbley, Young Burt, Abraham Barker, and Burwell Barker.
> Info from Duskin Bible site says Woodson's middle initial was "C".

Hope this helps Wayne, I just included the rest of you on the outside chance you might not have the info.

Warmest regards,
Jan Hart

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