Noah Pitman, son of Moses Pitman and Elizabeth (Unknown), was at least 21 in 1780 (buying/selling land), but he was not in the 1759 will of Moses Pitman, so he was born after the will of Moses Pitman, Sr., was written, in late 1759 or early 1760 if, as was indicated in Court Minutes, the orphan of Moses Pitman, deceased.
Edgecombe Co NC Court, May 1770: Ordered that Noah Pitman orphan of Moses Pitman decd be bound to Samuel Deloach till he shall attain the age of twenty.
Here are some POSSIBILITIES for Noah Pitman, born 1759-1760, if he was alive in 1789, 1790 or 1800:
6 Jan 1789 - PENDLETON DISTRICT, S.C. DEEDS 1790-1806 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1982), 1. DB.A pp.20-23: 6 Jan. 1789. Thomas JONES and BETSY JONES, his wife, of Ninety-Six Dist., S.C., planter, to Alexander DRUMGOOLE, merchant, for £50, 640 acres on First Creek, branch of Rocky River, granted to BETSY JONES, then BETSY WILKISON [sic JK], 2 May 1785. Wit: Noah PITTMAN, John BRINER, Louis D. MARTIN. Signed: Thomas JONES and BETSY (or ELIZABETH) JONES. John BRINER made oath 4 Jun. 1789 before Robert ANDERSON, J.P
1790 Wayne Co NC FC
1 male of or over 16 years
Pitman, Noah-Robeson Co.—page 411
Pitman, Noah-Robeson Co.—page 412
Pitman, Noah-Robeson Co.—page 432
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