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William Pitman and Susan Poland
Posted by: Guy (ID *****2524) Date: April 23, 2011 at 06:01:29
In Reply to: John, William and Duncan Pitman, Nash Co NC, circa 1813 by Guy of 1684

William Pitman and Susan Poland

(Dated 4 Dec 1822, registered Aug 1823, Elijah Eason of Laurens Co GA to William Pitman of Nash Co NC, 65 acres in Nash Co NC, for $145, land on the north side of Sapony Creek, on the lands or lines of Foster Gandy and John Pitman; witnesses, Amos Gandy, Foster Gandy)

****William Pitman was at least 21 in 1822, born in or before 1801****

This indenture made this fourth day of December in the year of our lord eighteen hundred and twenty two between Elijah Eason of Laurnes (sic) County in the state of Georgia of the one part and William Pitman of Nash County and state of North Carolina of the other part witnesseth that for and in the consideration of the sum of one hundred and forty five dollars to me in hand paid by the said William Pitman the right thereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained sold and by these confirmed unto the said William Pitman one certain tract or parcel of land lying in the county of Nash aforesaid on the north side of Sappony bounded bounded (sic) as followeth beginning at a black jack Foster Gandy and John Pitman’s corner then east 55 poles to an ash and dogwood in John Pitman’s line thence south 28 (or 23) east 206 poles to a (sweet) gum in said Gandy’s line thence north 70 west 75 pole to a red oak thence said Gandy’s other line south 20 west 180 pole to the first station containing sixty five acres be the same more or less and I the said Elijah Eason do warrant and defend the said bargained tract of land unto the said William Pitman his heirs and assigns against the lawful claim of any person or persons claiming the same in any manner whatsoever in witness thereof I bind myself my heirs executors and administrators firmly by these presents in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date above written in the presents of (Amos Gandy, Foster Gandy)
Elijah Eason (his mark) (seal)
State of North Carolina Nash County Court of (Pleas) and Quarter Session August Term 1823 the foregoing was duly proven in open court by the oath of Amos Gandy a sub. wit. thereto and on motion ordered to be recorded Attest H. Blount and registered by (W.G.?) Whitfield P.R. (Nash Cty Real Estate Conveyances, 1816-1829, Vols 10, 11, 12, C.069.40004 Vol 11, Page 10)

****John Pitman is identified above as an adjoining landowner in Nash Co NC on 4 Dec 1822****

William Pitman married Sally Eason, 18 Jan 1823, Nash Co NC (bondsman Amos L. Bottoms)

William Pitman had remarried to Susan Poland Crumpler by 16 Mar 1825:
Wills of Nash County by Stephen Bradley John (x) Poulin Sr. 16 Mar 1825 Feb Ct. 1829 . . . Residue to my 4 sons, wife, 3 daughters: Williamson, John, Joseph, Guilford Poulin; wife Sally; Charity Vick, Susanna Pitman, Zelphia Bake(r). Ex. son William Poulin Wit: Josiah Ricks, Little G. B. Vick.

Susann Poland had previously married John Crumpler on 19 Nov 1822 (wit John -x- Poland), Nash Co NC.
Her possible children were recorded on 18 Jan 1825, will of Benjamin Crumpler, Nash Co NC:
Page 33 Crumpler, Benjamin, p. 331, Jan. 18, 1825 - Nov. Ct. 1825. Dau: Polly Poland. Grand Children: William and Martha Crumpler - 201 A. where I live. Legatee: James Fleming - 150 A. in Edgecombe Co. on Town Creek. Ex: David Winstead. Wit: John Rice, Jr., John Fleming

William Pitman died by Feb 1828:
Will of William Pittman 7 Nov 1827 Feb Ct 1828 Wife Susan Pitman - part of my land during her life joining Foster Gandy; then it to go to my 2 children Maryan & William B. Pitman; give to my wife bed & furniture, etc. Sd 2 children - balance of my estate. Ex. Jonas Joiner Wit. Bennett Atkinson, Foster Gand, Duncan (x) Pitman (The Wills of Nash County by Stephen Bradley)

Nash County Court Minutes by Tim Rackley Feb, Court 1828 page 305 The last Will & Testament of William Pitman was duly proven in open Court by the oaths of Bennett Atkinson & Foster Gandy, two of the Subscribing witnesses thereto, & on mo ordered to be recorded.

Note that the will of William Pitman said, in part: “my land during her life joining Foster Gandy” same description as the transcribed deed above.

Susan Pitman was in the 1830 Federal Census, Nash Co NC.

Susan Pitman Poland had remarried to Amos L. Bottoms by 20 July 1841:
NC DB 17, page 203, dated 20 July 1841 Williamson Pouland, executor of John Pouland, Duncan Baker, Zelpha Baker, Amos L. Bottoms & Susan Bottoms to Josiah Vick . . .

Will(i)am Pitman was bondsman for
Joel x Joiner to Annice Williams, 3 Nov 1824, (w) Hy. Blount, C.C.C.
(source: Ruth Smith Williams & Margarette Glenn Griffin, Early Marriages of Nash County, 1968).

If the family information about the birth of William Crumpler is correct then these would probably have been the birth years for the children of Susanna Poland Crumpler Pitman Bottoms, born about 1793:
Martha Crumpler, born 1823-1824;
William Crumpler born 14 June 1825;
Mary Ann Pitman, born about 1826; and
William Briant Pitman, born about 1827.
That is assuming that none of the above were twins.

William Crumpler mar. Equilley A. Williford on 21 Mar 1848 (Nash Co NC?)

William Crumpler was bondsman for the marriage of Annaliza Williford to Spencer H. (Harris) Winstead on 9 May 1849, witness Jno H. Bryant (Nash Co NC)
A family researcher said: “Eliza's parents are Harman Williford and Charity Winstead Williford. A family researcher found her death certificate filed in 1912 with the state health department and her parents were listed on the certificate.”

Martha Crumpler (Crumply) mar. John Boon on 25 Sep 1844, bondsman H(enderson) Leigh, witness Wm. H. Smith, deps. (Nash Co NC)

Family information: William M. Crumpler, born 6-14-1825 in Wilson County, NC.
William Crumpler and Equilley Wiliford:
1860 Federal Census, Wilson Co NC
William Crumpler 35
Aquila Crumpler 30
Amelia Crumpler 7
William Crumpler 3
Henry Crumpler 6 months

1870 Federal Census
William Crumpler M 48
Aquilla Crumpler F 48
Permelia Crumpler F 18
William Crumpler M 14
Henry Crumpler M 10
Malinda Crumpler F 8

Martha Crumpler and John Boon:
1860 Federal Census, Wilson Co NC
Andonia Boon 2
John Boon 44
Martha Boon 37
William H. Boon 14
Mary I. Boon 12
John T. Boon 10
Devero W. Boon 6
Benjn F Boon 5

1870 Federal Census
John H Boon M 49
William Boon M 24
Benjamine Boon M 14
Debora Might Boon F 17
Andonia Boon F 11
Martha Boon F 9
Martha W Boon F 45

Records below were for Nash County, North Carolina, found at:
William Peter Pridgen was born about 1815. Parents: Patrick Henry Pridgen and Lucretia Joiner.
Spouse (1): Lucinda H. Boon. William Peter Pridgen and Lucinda H. Boon were married on 15 May 1838 in Nash Co., NC.
Children were:
Lucretia "Lucy" Pridgen, b. about 1843.
Spouse (2): Mary Poland Pittman, b. about 1824.
William Peter Pridgen and Mary Poland Pittman were married on 8 Sep 1845.
Children were:
Sarah F. Pridgen, b. about 1847
Julia "Julie" Ann Pridgen, b. about 1850
William Henry Pridgen, b. Sep 1851
Ruffin Calvin Pridgen, b. Jun 1854
Susan Ann Pridgen, b. about 1859
Louisianna "Lucindy" Pridgen, b. about 1866
Martha Ann Pridgen, b. about 1867
Lucien Emerson Pridgen, b. about 1868
John R. Pitman mar. Annis Pridgen 31 Dec 1843, bondsman William Pitman, witness S. Brown (Nash Co)

William Pitman mar. Jackey Joyner 9 May 1852, mar. by E.L. Curl, J.P., bondsman John R. Pitman, witness B.H. Sorsby, D.C. (Nash Co)
Jackey Ann Frances Joyner, daughter of Calvin and Elizabeth Joyner

Notes from Helen Sharpe
1840 Nash County Census, Calvin Joiner: 1 male 20-30; 2 females 0-5; 1 female 20-30.
February 1845, Nash County, Elizabeth Joyner petitioned for widow's rights.
March 6, 1847 Nash County, Division of negores for Calvin Joynr deceased: (l) Milbrey Ann (2) Phenetta Ann (3) Caswell A. (4) Polly Ann and (5) Jackey Ann.
Fenetta (Finethy) Ann Drewsy 1847-59. Caswell paid for board.
Mary Polly Ann 1847-59. Caswell paid for board.
Sarah A.M. 1847-59. Caswell paid for board.
Jackey Ann Frances 1845-51
Nash County Court Minutes: Aug Term 1847: Sale of land of Jordan Joyner who died in 1844. son Calvin who has since died, leaving Frances, Drewsy, Polly and Sarah all infants.

1860 Federal Census, Nash Co NC (Joyners Depot)
Wm B. Pittman 33, b. about 1827
Jacky Pittman 35, b. about 1825
William B. Pittman 5, b. about 1855
Elizabeth Pittman 2, b. about 1858
Jemerson Pittman 2, b. about 1858

1870 Federal Census
William Pitman M 50, b. about 1820
Jacky Ann Pitman F 48, b. about 1822
William B Pitman M 14
Delily Pitman F 12
Winford Pitman F 9

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