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Re: Joseph Pogue 1724 & Sarah Farmer 1724 Maryland
Posted by: Theresa Pogue (ID *****8273) Date: July 14, 2003 at 07:49:55
In Reply to: Re: Joseph Pogue 1724 & Sarah Farmer 1724 Maryland by Dean Guthery of 864

Hope this helps.
Descendants of Gregory Farmer


Generation No. 1

1. GREGORY1 FARMER1,2,3,4 was born 1680 in Baltimore Co., MD5,6, and died in Baltimore Co., MD7. He married SARAH HUGHES8,9,10 August 27, 1703 in Baltimore County, Md11, daughter of MATTHIAS HUGHES and SARAH HUGHES. She was born 1684 in Baltimore Co., MD12,13, and died October 22, 174514.

Notes for GREGORY FARMER:
[
Pogue File 3-29-2000.FTW]

LDS Pedigree records CD3[Joyce Cusick 2.FTW]

!Biography: We do not know when gregory Farmer or his family came t
o settle i n Maryland or from where they came.
Gregory Farmer married Sarah Hughes on Aug ust 27, 1703 in Baltimore C
ounty, Maryland.
On November 26, 1729 he is recor ded as having purchased 94 acres "Cre
ek Plantation" from nathaniel Dougherty.
Gregory and Sarah had eleven children: Gregory married Rachel Emson
, Margar et married Ford barnes, Hannah married Joseph Wilson, Sarah
, John married Sop hia Jones, Elizabeth, Peter married Mary Wood, Mart
ha, Thomas married Elizabe th Ross, Samuel married Elizabeth _______ a
nd sarah married Joseph Pogue.
Th e first daughter, Sarah, must have died and they then named the las
t daughter to be born Sarah. This was a common practice in those time
s.
On December 16 , 1709 Gregory witnessed the will of Edward Swan.
Gregory was alive as late as 1750 when he is shown as owning 60 acre
s "New Westwood" and 40 acres "Margar et's Mount" in Baltimore County
, Maryland. We do not know when he died.

More About GREGORY FARMER:
Record Change: September 30, 200015

Notes for SARAH HUGHES:
[Pogue File 3-29-2000.FTW]

LDS Pedigree records CD 3

More About SARAH HUGHES:
Record Change: September 30, 200015
       
Children of GREGORY FARMER and SARAH HUGHES are:
       i.       GREGORY2 FARMER16, b. August 02, 1704, Baltimore County, Md17.

More About GREGORY FARMER:
Record Change: March 27, 199817

       ii.       MARGARET FARMER18, b. September 02, 1706, Baltimore County, Md19; d. Bef. August 30, 1756, Baltimore County, Md19.

More About MARGARET FARMER:
Record Change: May 09, 199819

       iii.       HANNAH FARMER20, b. March 01, 1706/07, Baltimore County, Md21.

More About HANNAH FARMER:
Record Change: March 27, 199821

       iv.       SARAH FARMER22, b. April 21, 1710, Baltimore County, Md23.

More About SARAH FARMER:
Record Change: March 27, 199823

       v.       JOHN FARMER24, b. February 21, 1711/12, Baltimore County, Md25.

More About JOHN FARMER:
Record Change: March 27, 199825

       vi.       ELIZABETH FARMER26, b. December 17, 1714, Baltimore County, Md27.

More About ELIZABETH FARMER:
Record Change: March 27, 199827

       vii.       PETER FARMER28, b. February 08, 1714/15, Baltimore County, Md29; d. October 23, 1745, Baltimore County, Md29.

More About PETER FARMER:
Record Change: March 27, 199829

       viii.       MARTHA FARMER30, b. January 07, 1716/17, Baltimore County, Md31.

More About MARTHA FARMER:
Record Change: March 27, 199831

       ix.       THOMAS FARMER32, b. 1719, Baltimore County, Md33.

More About THOMAS FARMER:
Record Change: March 27, 199833

       x.       SAMUEL FARMER34, b. April 25, 1721, Baltimore County, Md35.

More About SAMUEL FARMER:
Record Change: March 27, 199835

       xi.       SARAH FARMER36,37,38, b. March 18, 1723/24, Baltimore, Maryland39; d. Caswell Co., North Carolina39; m. JOSEPH POGUE40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49,50,51, July 30, 1752, St. George's Parrish in Baltimore, Md.52; b. November 22, 1724, Baltimore, Maryland53; d. April 1788, Caswell Co., North Carolina54,55.

Notes for SARAH FARMER:
[Pogue File 3-29-2000.FTW]

LDS Pedigree records show birth date as 21 April 1710[Kathy Pogue Starnes.FTW]

Married Joseph in St. George Parrish Baltimore Md in1752

More About SARAH FARMER:
Burial: Caswell Co., North Carolina55

Notes for JOSEPH POGUE:
1763 resided in Batlimore Co., Marland. New territory was opened for settlement after the French-Indian War. North Carolina hasd a land promotion offering 50 acres to those who would come.
Owned 250 acres of bottom land.
Joseph Pogue (Pollock) served with the Maryland Troops as artillery
man.1st C company Maryland Artillery, Captain Brown's Company in
Continental Service bet between Nov, 22, 1777 to May 8, 1778 at Pluckemin,
New Jersey. He was mustered in at Camp near Bacon's Bridge, South
Carolina on April 5, 1782. Joseph Received the Gratuity of Congress for
"serving to the end of the war."
Revolutionary War Service Records, 1775-83
POGUE, JOSEPH
Rank - Induction: MATROSS
Roll Box: 116
Roll Description: Continental Troops
Joseph was the oldest and was named in his maternal grandmother's Will..Mary Buchanan Preble.

The family moved from Maryland to North Carolina sometime in early 1770's. Joseph & Sarah lived in Orange County, North Carolina. As families migrated and settled new territories, they clung to land along many water courses, the rivers and the bays. No one ventured far away from the streams which provided one of the only modes of transportation in those days. In 1777 Caswell County was formed from Orange County. Some of the property was probably later in Person County. North Carolina became a state in 1789.

Joseph died in Caswell County, NC. In his Will he left his land for his wife and sons and other goods to his daughters.
Info from: Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759, Robert W. Barnes, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc
St George's Parrish Registers 1689-1793, per Bill and Martha Reamy
Maryland Marriages 1634-1777
The Benjamin Williams Family of Greene County, TN, James F King, Gray, TN 1982
Pioneers of the Six Bulls, The Newton County, MO Saga, Larry A James from the Neosho Public Library, Neosho, MO
1784 Tax List, St Luke's District
Caswell County, NC 1777-1877 Abstracts of Minutes, April 1786
An Abstract of North Carolina From about 1760 to about 1800, Fred A Olds, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc
Family Group Record Information, prepared by Joyce May Pogue Cusick, P.O. Box 772992, Steamboat Springs, Co 80477; 970 276-3691; Aug 4, 1998
Will of Joseph Pogue, North Carolina Dept of Achieves & History, 109 E Jones St., Raleigh, NC 27611
Inventory of Estate of Joseph Pogue, North Carolina Dept of Achieves & History, 109 E Jones St., Raleigh, NC 27611
Administrator Bond of Joseph Pogue, North Carolina Dept. Of Archives & History, 109 E Jones St., Raleigh, NC 27611
Caswell County, North Carolina Will Bool 1777-1814
Will of Joseph Pogue
In the name of God amen. I Joseph Pogue Being in perfect sense and sound memory But well knowing that it is appointed (sic)for all men once to dy (sic)Do make this my last will and testament first that my soul to God that gave it in sworn steadfast hope of Eternal life through the mearits (sic) of his Dear son and my Body to the ground and as for such worldly goods as it has pleased God to Send me I Despose (sic) of them in manner and form as follows I give and bequathe (sic) to my two sons John and Joseph each one hundred and twenty five acres of land being parts of the land I now live on to be Divided by a west northwest line the south end for John _____ and horse both I give and Bequathe (sic) to my beloved son Joseph all the Remainder of my Estate goods and Chattails (sic) I Send to my beloved wife Sarah during her Natural life and then to be Equally Divided among my surviving Children

Peter Farrar Joseph Pogue (his mark)
James Farquhar
Caswell County
April ___ 1788
The Executor of this Will was duly proved in Open Court by the Oaths of Peter Farrar and James Farquhar two Subscribing Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.
Test _____ Murphey

1790 U.S. Census Search Results

Joseph Pogue
State: NC Year: 1790
County: Caswell Roll:
Township: Unknown Township Page: 84
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Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759, Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759, Page 512
Pollock or Pogue, Joseph s. of John and Sarah, was b. 22 Nov 1724 m. Sarah Farmer on 30 July 1752; had issue : Susanna b 1 July 1755; John 3 Dec 1756; Hannah b. 10 April 1758; Sarah, b. 24 June 1759; Ann b. 3 Sept 1762.[Joyce Cusick 2.FTW]

!Biography: Joseph Pogue was born November 22, 1724 in Baltimore Coun
ty, Mary land, oldest child of John and Sarah Pollock.
Joseph married Sarah Farmer, dau ghter of Gregory and Sarah Hughes Far
mer, on July 30, 1752 in St. George's Pa rish, Baltimore County, Maryl
and. Their children were Susanna, John who marri ed Nancy, Hannah wh
o married William Farmer, probably a cousin, Sarah, Ann an d Joseph wh
o married Nancy Harper.
Both sons, John and Joseph served in the "American Revolution" and bo
th sons married women whose first names were nanc y.
The family moved from Maryland to North Carolina sometime in the earl
y 17 70's. Joseph and Sarah lived on Flat River in Orange County, Nort
h Carolina. As families migrated and settled new territories they clu
ng to the land along the many water courses, the rivers and the bays
. No one ventured far away fr om the streams which provided about th
e only mode of transportation in those day. In 1777 Caswell County wa
s formed from Orange County. Some of the proper ty was probably late
r in Person County. North Carolina became a state in 1789 .
Joseph Pogue died in April 1788 in Caswell County, North Carolina. In Joseph's will he leaves his land for his wife and sons, John and Joseph. He leaves other goods to his daughters.

Joseph Poloke found in:
Maryland Probate Records, 1674-1774
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Joseph Pogue found in:
U.S. Selected Counties, 1790 Census Index
State: NC
County: CASWELL CO.
Page #: 084
Census/Enumeration year: 1790
Age ranges in household: 00-00-00-00-00

More About JOSEPH POGUE:
1: New territory opened for settlement after the French & indian War was settled56
2: North Carolina had a land promotion offering 50 acres to those who would come56
Baptism: November 22, 1724, Baltimore, Maryland56
Burial: April 1788, Caswell Co., North Carolina57
Christening: November 22, 1724, St.George's Parish, Baltimore County, Md58,59
Property: April 1788, Owned 250 acres of bottom land60
Residence: 1763, Baltimore County, Md.60

Marriage Notes for SARAH FARMER and JOSEPH POGUE:
Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777, Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777, Page 141
Pogue, Joseph 30 July 1752, Sarah Farmer, 1 BA-225
St. George's Parish Registers, 1689-1793, Parish Register, Page 89



Descendants of Joseph Pogue


Generation No. 1

1. JOSEPH7 POGUE (ROBERT BRUCE6, ROBERT5 POLLOCK II, ROBERT4 DEPOLLOCK, JOHN3 DEPOLLACK, JOHN2, DAVID1 POLLOCK) was born 1681 in Ireland, and died June 10, 1752 in Somerset, Maryland. He married (1) LYDIA UNKNOWN. He married (2) REBECCA WRIGHT 1739 in Somerset, Maryland, daughter of THOMAS WRIGHT. She was born Abt. 1706 in Somerset, Maryland.

Notes for JOSEPH POGUE:
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Joseph Polk found in:
Passenger and Immigration Index, 1500s-1900s
Place: Annapolis, MD Year: 1670
Primary immigrant: Polk, Robert Bruce
Accompanying family members: Wife Magdalen Tasker; son Joseph
Permanent entry number: 953923
Accession number: 8136040
Source publication code: 9255.7
Source publication page number: 32
Source publication: [ULSTER GENEALOGICAL & HISTORICAL GUILD]. "Interest List." In Ulster Genealogical & Historical Guild, no. 9 (1986), pp. 1-42.
Source annotation: Hundreds of requests for information from Guild members. Date of emigration and intended destination or date and place of first mention of residence in the New World. Only individuals clearly listed as having emigrated were indexed. Also, for purposes of indexing, it was assumed spouse and children emigrated with the main listee. Periodical can be requested from The Secretary, Ulster Genealogical & Historical Guild, 68 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast, BT9 6NY, North Ireland.
Source: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index
POLK, JOSEPH
State: MD Year: 1690
County: Somerset County Record Type:
Township: Cattle Marks Page: NPL
Database: MD Early Census Index

8. Joseph Polk .... pg. 84, "Joseph Polk (or Pollock) according to all family tradition and record evidence the youngest son of Robert Bruce Polk and and his wife Magdalen Polk, was born about 1681........."
Notes for JOSEPH POLLOCK, SON ROBERT BRUCE POLK/MAGDALEN:
The following information (to the first line separator) was taken from "Polk Family and Kinsmen," 1912, William Harrison Polk, and Emma Angellotti's "The Polks of North Carolina and Tennessee," 1923-1924:

Joseph Polk (or Pollok or Pollock), according to all family tradition and records, was the youngest son of Robert and Magdalen Polk. Joseph was about aged twenty-two at the time of his father's death and apparently continued to live with his mother at "White Hall," the manor plantation, until her death in 1727. During that time, Joseph was probably doted upon by his mother and influenced by that partiality, she bequeathed to him her Irish estate, "Moneen." Another inducement to give Joseph the estate in Ireland was that the other sons had all acquired substantial estates in Maryland and did not need property from their mother, although William as the eldest son, did inherit "White Hall."

A long established tradition in the polk family is that Joseph returned to Ireland and sold "Moneen" to his aunt, Barbara (Tasker) Keys, and then returned to Maryland. He may have been in Ireland for several years as his name does not appear on the records of Somerset County for many years after the probate of his mother's will. His wife and children no doubt accompanied him to Ireland. His reappearance in Somerset County was about 1739-40, for the Dorchester County, MD., records show that on 21 Jan 1740, John Handy of Somerset County deeded to Joseph Pollok of the same county, planter, 300 acres of land called "Little Goshen," in Dorchester County. To this purchase, Joseph undoubtedly moved and died there in 1751, aged about seventy years. Joseph bought land from Thomas Nutter of Dorchester on 16 Mar 1743 as follows: "All that part of a tract called "Dublin," about 8 miles from the head of the N. E. branch of Nanticoke river, and about 2 miles westward of a plantation of Christopher Nutter, in Dorchester, and containing 50 acres." This tract of land adjoined "Little Goshen" and together they gave Joseph a homestead of 350 acres.

The assumption that Joseph was less enterprising than his brothers is strengthened by the fact that all the other sons of Robert and Magdalen received numerous grants of land from Lord Bltimore, as shown by land office records, while only one appears in the name of Joseph Polk. This grant was made on 15 May 1738, and consisted of ninety acres located on the South side of the Wicomico River, under the patent name of "Forlorn Hope's Addition." The patent title is suggestive of a lack of enterprise by Joseph, who probably was blessed with a "restful" inclination. It should be noted that the patent date was about ten years after Joseph inherited "Moneen" in Ireland and this fact goes to prove the likelihood of the family tradition that he went back to Ireland, sold the Irish estate and returned to Maryland.

Joseph's brother Robert, in his will of 2 Feb 1726/7, left to him part of an estate called "Forlorn Hope" and another tract of land called "Bally Hack."

Joseph's will was dated 12 Sep 1751 and probated 10 Jun 1752. The will reads as follows: In the name of God Amen, this twelfth day of September Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and fifty-one. I, Joseph Pollock, of Dorchester County and Province of Maryland, Planter, being sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory, and knowing it is appointed for all men to die, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. First, I commend my soul to Almighty God that gave it, and my body to be buried in a christianlike manner at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named. As touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this world I give, devise and dispose of the same in manner and form following.
Imprimis. I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Robert Pollock the westermost end of a tract of land called "Little Goshen," and likewise a tract of land called "Horsey's Swamp," containing one hundred acres of land, to him and his heirs forever, and in case he dies without heirs, then to fall to my youngest son James Pollock, and his heirs forever, upon the condition of him the said James Pollock paying my daughter Ann Pollock the sum of fifty pounds current money of Maryland in lieu of the land when he shall arrive at the age of twenty-eight years of age. I likewise give and bequeath to my son Robert Pollock a young negro boy called Sam, being in full for his part of my estate.
Item--I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Zephaniah Pollock the Eastermost end of a tract of land called "Little Goshan" to him and his heirs forever, and in case he dies without heirs then to fall to my youngest son James Pollock and his heirs forever. Likewise my will and desire is that the tract of land called "Little Goshan" be equally divided between my two sons Robert and Zephaniah Pollock, at the discretion of my friend John Pollock son of James Pollock, and in case the said Eastermost end of "Goshan" should be lost by means of a suit of law then in lieu thereof I give unto him a young negro girl named Fender, but in case he obtains the land then the said negro girl Fender to be equally divided among my other children. I likewise give and bequeath to my son Zephaniah Pollock a gun in full for his part of my estate.
Item.--I give and bequeath to my eldest daughter Ann Pollock a young negro girl named Rose, in full for her part of my estate.
Item.--My will and desire is that my trusty friend John Pollock after my death may prosecute the suit of law now pending between myself and Christopher Nutter and the charges thereof to be defrayed out of my estate.
Item.--I give and bequeath to my son James Pollock all my smith tools and the remainder of my estate to be equally divided among my other children.
Item.--I likewise leave my well beloved wife full and whole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament and my Will and Desire is that my son Robert Pollock may dwell with his mother-in-law till he arrives at the age of eighteen years or till the day of her marriage, and I do hereby utterly disannul and make void all other Wills and Testaments before this by me in any wise named, ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament.
In witness I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the day and year above
written.

Joseph Pollock (seal)


Signed, sealed, pronounced and declared by the said Joseph Pollock to be his last Will and Testament, in presence of us.
Charles Rawlins,
Jacob Layton,
his
John J. Neal
mark.

On the 10th day of June Anno Dom. 1752 Charles Rawlins and John Neal two of the subscribing witnesses to the aforegoing Will, being duly anbd solemnly sworn of the Holy Evangels of Almight God depose and say that they saw the Testator Joseph Pollock sign the aforegoing Will and heard him publish and declare the same to be his last Will and Testament. That at the time of his so doing he was to the best of their knowledge and apprenhension of sound and disposing mind and memory, and that they, together with the witnesses to the said Will, in the presence of the said Testator and at his request, which Oath was taken by the said Witnesses in the presence of John Pollock, as friend and Trustee to the heir at law appointed by the Dec'd which same John Pollock did not object to the probate of the said Will, etc.

Certified per
Jam Auld,
D. Com. D. C.

From the above instrument it will be observed that the testator Joseph Pollock left a wife, most likely his second one, at his death. That she was probably not then an old woman, and likely to marry again, as he wishes his son Robert to "dwell with his mother-in-law" (meaning stepmother) "until he arrives at the age of eighteen years, or, till the day of her marriage." Joseph does not call the name of his wife, an ommission noticeable in many of the wills of that period. That Robert was his eldest son is evident from the fact that he gave to him and to Zephanian, equally, the lands of "Little Goshan" (the manor plantation) and "Horsey's Swamp," with reversion, is case of leaving no heirs, to the youngest son, James Pollock. The latter was quite likely by the second wife. Ann he calls his "eldest daughter," and evidently she also was by his first wife, Miss Wright. The inference is that, by his use of the words "eldest daughter," he had other female children. But, if so, he did not call their names and no records of them have been located.

Proof that Joseph Pollock's first wife, Miss Wright, was the mother of his eldest children, Robert and Ann, is afforded by the will of Col. Thomas Wright, dated 8 Feb 1753, and probated 27 Feb., 1753, in Somerset County. In this will he gives to his grandchildren Ann Polk and Robert Polk, "1 shilling each." It is observable that he does not call them Pollock, but Polk. The bequests to them were paltry sums and their only value is in the record they have helped to preserve of the line of Joseph. Had the other two children of Joseph, Zephaniah and James, also been children of Miss Wright, Col. Wright would have given them a shilling each, as his purpose seems merely to have been compliance with a legal requirement, without which the grandchildren would have had greater claims on his estate. As Col. Wright did not mention Zephaniah and James, it seems evident that they were by Joseph's second wife who survived him.

Joseph adhered to the ancient and correct format of the family name, Pollock, although a "c" was added. He did not, like his father and brothers (with the possible exception of David), change his name to Polk.

What became of Joseph Pollock's children is unknown (except for Ann). The name Zephaniah came down the Polk line for more than a century, cropping out a number of times in the Kentucky and Indiana Morris families, who were related to the Polks/Pollocks. Likewise the name Robert and James was frequently found in those later families.

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RESEARCH NOTES:

(1) See notes under John Polk, Joseph's brother, regarding birth sequence of the children of Robert Polk/Magdalen Tasker Porter Polk.
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MORE RESEARCH NOTES:

Subject: POLK-D Digest V99 #131
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 1999 16:27:12 -0800 (PST)
From: POLK-D-request@rootsweb.com
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To: POLK-D@rootsweb.com

Subject: [POLK-L] Re: Joseph Pollok
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 1999 00:54:03 EST
From: APolk51534@aol.com
To: POLK-L@rootsweb.com

In the earliest records of Polks in Somerset County MD the spelling of the
name was more a matter of the preferences of the clerk recording the
particular document than anything else. There was a lot of variation and
inconsistency. Joseph Pollock, the youngest son of Robert Pollock the
immigrant, was the most consistent in the use of the form "Pollock", but
James and Ephraim also used it to some extent. In the next generation, in
addition to Joseph, the sons of James pretty much all used the form Pollock
- David, John, James and Henry. It is hard to say anything about the
daughters since women appeared rather infrequently in the records. The
descendants of Ephraim settled on the form "Polk".

Joseph Pollock was married twice. His first wife was a daughter of Thomas
Wright, a near neighbor in Dames Quarter, but her given name is not known, as
far as I know. She had two children - Ann, the oldest, and Robert. Joseph's
second wife was Lydia --- who I suspect was from the Dorchester County area
to which Joseph moved some time after Magdalen died. By his second wife,
Joseph had five children - Zephaniah, Rebecca, Rhoda, James and Magdalen.
This information comes from his Administration Account which specifically
mentions all of the children. It also pinpoints the birthyear of Ann, the
eldest child, as 1732, since she is listed as a minor (under 21) in the
first account dated May 1753 and "of age" in the final account of October
1753. All other children are listed as minors in both accounts. I would
assume that they are listed in order of age - it is the same (as above) in
both accounts and commences with Ann and Robert. The basis for knowing that Robert and Ann were children of the first wife is that these two are
specifically mentioned with a token bequest in the will of Thomas Wright,
written and probated in 1753. His daughter, wife of Joseph had passed away
sometime earlier and is not mentioned in his will although other daughters
are.

The children of Joseph and James mostly left Dames Quarter and headed a
little further North to what was then Dorchester County MD, in the area at
the head of the Nanticoke River. The 300 acre tract Little Goshen, mentioned
in Joseph Pollock's will, and the 800 acre tract Salem that James purchased
in 1721 were located in that area, which is now in Sussex County Delaware,
near present day Bridgeville DE. (The Mason Dixon survey of 1776 moved the
MD/DE border a number of miles West of the earlier understood border.)

Robert, the oldest son of Joseph, died not that long after his father,
probably in or just prior to 1762 when an appraisal was done on the tract
Little Goshen on behalf of Robert's orphan son, Clement. In "Polk Family and
Kinsmen", Chapter LXVII, W.H.Polk mentions this appraisal but assigns the
date of 1712 to it, which is incorrect, and infers that Clement's father is
Robert Polk, Jr., but this is incorrect. The tract Little Goshen was first
purchased by Joseph Pollock in 1740. Clement died, apparently unmarried in
1784, and bequeated the tract to his mother. His will also mentions his
brothers and sisters, so Robert, son of Joseph, had other children, but I
don't know who they are at this time.

There is an account of Joseph's daughter Ann in Polk Famly and Kinsmen, as
you pointed out. She married Daniel Morris and moved to Kentucky.

Zephaniah married Lucretia Causy of Caroline County MD in 1775.

That's most of what I can tell you about children of Joseph Pollock. The
question is of course, what is the basis for suspecting the connection of
Robert Pollock of Lancaster County PA with Joseph and his offsping. Certainly
he is not Joseph's son Robert.. There were other Pollocks that came from
Ireland to Pennsylvania without a direct connection to
Somerset/Dorchester/Sussex Polks. I would suspect this is likely in case of
this Robert. I tried to get to the website you cited to get more
information, but had no luck - could you please recheck the address you
provided - www.members.aol.com/jbarron933/

Thanks -

John Polk
Havre de Grace MD
the earliest records of Polks in Somerset County MD the spelling of the
name was more a matter of the preferences of the clerk recording the
particular document than anything else. There was a lot of variation and
inconsistency. Joseph Pollock, the youngest son of Robert Pollock the
immigrant, was the most consistent in the use of the form "Pollock", but
James and Ephraim also used it to some extent. In the next generation, in
addition to Joseph, the sons of James pretty much all used the form Pollock
- David, John, James and Henry. It is hard to say anything about the
daughters since women appeared rather infrequently in the records. The
descendants of Ephraim settled on the form "Polk".

Joseph Pollock was married twice. His first wife was a daughter of Thomas
Wright, a near neighbor in Dames Quarter, but her given name is not known, as
far as I know. She had two children - Ann, the oldest, and Robert. Joseph's
second wife was Lydia --- who I suspect was from the Dorchester County area
to which Joseph moved some time after Magdalen died. By his second wife,
Joseph had five children - Zephaniah, Rebecca, Rhoda, James and Magdalen.
This information comes from his Administration Account which specifically
mentions all of the children. It also pinpoints the birthyear of Ann, the
eldest child, as 1732, since she is listed as a minor (under 21) in the
first account dated May 1753 and "of age" in the final account of October
1753. All other children are listed as minors in both accounts. I would
assume that they are listed in order of age - it is the same (as above) in
both accounts and commences with Ann and Robert. The basis for knowing that Robert and Ann were children of the first wife is that these two are
specifically mentioned with a token bequest in the will of Thomas Wright,
written and probated in 1753. His daughter, wife of Joseph had passed away
sometime earlier and is not mentioned in his will although other daughters
are.

The children of Joseph and James mostly left Dames Quarter and headed a
little further North to what was then Dorchester County MD, in the area at
the head of the Nanticoke River. The 300 acre tract Little Goshen, mentioned
in Joseph Pollock's will, and the 800 acre tract Salem that James purchased
in 1721 were located in that area, which is now in Sussex County Delaware,
near present day Bridgeville DE. (The Mason Dixon survey of 1776 moved the
MD/DE border a number of miles West of the earlier understood border.)

Robert, the oldest son of Joseph, died not that long after his father,
probably in or just prior to 1762 when an appraisal was done on the tract
Little Goshen on behalf of Robert's orphan son, Clement. In "Polk Family and
Kinsmen", Chapter LXVII, W.H.Polk mentions this appraisal but assigns the
date of 1712 to it, which is incorrect, and infers that Clement's father is
Robert Polk, Jr., but this is incorrect. The tract Little Goshen was first
purchased by Joseph Pollock in 1740. Clement died, apparently unmarried in
1784, and bequeated the tract to his mother. His will also mentions his
brothers and sisters, so Robert, son of Joseph, had other children, but I
don't know who they are at this time.

There is an account of Joseph's daughter Ann in Polk Famly and Kinsmen, as
you pointed out. She married Daniel Morris and moved to Kentucky.

Zephaniah married Lucretia Causy of Caroline County MD in 1775.

That's most of what I can tell you about children of Joseph Pollock. The
question is of course, what is the basis for suspecting the connection of
Robert Pollock of Lancaster County PA with Joseph and his offsping. Certainly
he is not Joseph's son Robert.. There were other Pollocks that came from
Ireland to Pennsylvania without a direct connection to
Somerset/Dorchester/Sussex Polks. I would suspect this is likely in case of
this Robert. I tried to get to the website you cited to get more
information, but had no luck - could you please recheck the address you
provided - www.members.aol.com/jbarron933/

Thanks -

John Polk
Havre de Grace MD

Subject: [POLK-L] Pollock, Robert "Good Web Page"
Date: Wed, 03 Nov 1999 00:52:27 -0700
From: bekki@cybertrails.com
To: POLK-L@rootsweb.com


Notes for REBECCA WRIGHT:



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Will of RICHARD WRIGHT , clerk, late rector of Everden, co. Northampton, dated 1 April, 1633. My house and land in War-grove, co. Berks, I give to Frances my wife during her life and after her decease to my son Richard if he be then in England, to have during his life; and after his decease I give the same unto Richard, son of my son Theodore Wright and to his heirs for ever. Son John 1s. Poor of Everdon 40s. My chest of vyolls and all my books to my son Francis. To my three daughters Jone, Rebecca and Joyce each 10. Son Samuel 5. Grandchildren Elizabeth Wright and Rebecca Beane each 20s. Rest to Frances my wife. Executors, my wife Frances and my son Francis. Witnesses: John Stannard, Will: Hedge, Will: Osborne. No probate. Inventory taken 21 June, 1638. (Northants Wills, S. 2, 1638-42, f. 127.)
       
Children of JOSEPH POGUE and LYDIA UNKNOWN are:
       i.       MAGDALEN8 POGUE.
       ii.       ZEPHANIAH POGUE, b. Aft. 1700; d. Aft. June 10, 1752; m. LUCRETIA CAWSEY, January 28, 1775, Maryland; b. Caroline Co, Maryland.

Marriage Notes for ZEPHANIAH POGUE and LUCRETIA CAWSEY:
Marriage Licenses of Caroline County, Maryland, 1774-1815.

5
Date: 28 Jan 1775
Name: Zepheniah Polk
Spouse: Lucretia Cawsey

       iii.       REBECCA POGUE.
       iv.       JAMES POGUE.
       v.       RHODA POGUE.
2.       vi.       JOHN POGUE, b. Abt. 1698; d. Aft. 1733.

       
Children of JOSEPH POGUE and REBECCA WRIGHT are:
       vii.       ANN8 POGUE, b. 1732, Maryland; d. June 1816, Scott Co., KY., near Payne's Depot.; m. DANIEL MORRIS; d. Scott Co., KY., near Payne's Depot.

Notes for ANN POGUE:
possible 1669 date

3.       viii.       ROBERT POGUE, d. Abt. 1762.


Generation No. 2

2. JOHN8 POGUE (JOSEPH7, ROBERT BRUCE6, ROBERT5 POLLOCK II, ROBERT4 DEPOLLOCK, JOHN3 DEPOLLACK, JOHN2, DAVID1 POLLOCK)1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 was born Abt. 1698, and died Aft. 173310,11,12,13,14. He married SARAH PREBLE15,16,17,18,19 January 17, 1719/20 in Baltimore Co., Md, daughter of THOMAS PREBLE and MARY BUCKNELL. She was born August 12, 1702 in Duck Creek, Baltimore Co., Md20,21, and died Aft. 173322,23.

Notes for JOHN POGUE:
Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759, Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759, Page 511
Pogue/Pollock/Poloke/John, no relationship to Daniel, married. Sarah daughter of Mary Buchanan by 17 Jan 1732; Mary Buchanan named her grandson Joseph Poloke in her Will;on the 31st of May 1750 John Pogue and wife Sarah, conv. Brotherly Love and Johnson's Rest to Jacob Giles;had issue Joseph b. 22 Nov 1724;Mary, b. 7 Feb 1725; Elizabeth, b. 28 April 1734; Ann, b. 22 Jan 1735 married. Zachariah Spencer on 29 Sept. 1755; George, b. 16 April 1738; William b. 7 April 1740.

Records of St. Paul's Parish, Vol. I, Pew Rents and Expense Records, Page 151
Acounts Paid Out
1787 To Christopher Keemson account for works
To John Pogue Cash

(Taken from Vernon Pogue Home page)
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/p/o/g/ Vernon-K-Pogue/GENE-0001.html
"I have been unable to document if John Pogue was born in Maryland or his
Father or Grandfather was the Immigrant to the United States. It is
fairly certain that they came from Cavan County, Ireland in the late
1600's and made their home in Maryland until the 1760's. From there Joseph Pogue moved his family to North Carolina.
Welch Pogue, in his book, traces the family back to one Fulbert the
Saxton who came to England from Normandy in about 1053 A.D. and
particularly to one Robert De Pollock, Baron of Renfrewshire, Scotland in
the year 1175 A.D.
It is believed that some Pogue family members moved from Refrewshire,
Scotland (where they had lived since 1 175 A.D.) to Cavan County, Ireland
after the war between England and Ireland ended in 1611 A.D. From what
can be determined all of the Pogue's from Northern Ireland have descended
from the Pogue family at Ballyneary in County Cava in, Ireland.
The Brother's Robert and John who came to Virginia in about 1739 were
Nephews of our Pogue ancestor according to a letter written in 1890
quo ting what Susanah Pogue told him. Susanah was born in about 1781 so
her knowledge was probably fairly accurate.
Robert Pollok patented land in Somerset County, Maryland in 1687 and may
be the father of the John Pogue born in 1698. The name has been spelled
differently at various times, but there is no evidence that he is the
father of John Pogue. Any knowledge in this area would be greatly
appreciated. Vernon Pogue, Jr"

According to Joyce May Pogue Cusick. P.O. Box 772992, Steamboat Springs, Co 80477; (970_ 276-3691 Aug 4, 1998)
John was a planter.
Mary Buchanan, mother of Sarah Preble, named her grandson, Joseph Poloke, in her Will.
The Colonies of Maryland were settled by emigrants fleeing religious persecution.
The King of England gave a grant to George Calvert, Lord Baltimore, along the Atlantic Coast which included all the land between the fortieth parallel and the southern bank of the Potomac River. after the grant was made but before the charter had been signed, Lord Baltimore died. King Charles I then transferred the grant to George Calvert's son, the second Lord of Baltimore.
The first immigrants arrived in 1634 and established a settlement about nine miles up from the St. George's River, which empties into the north side of the Potomac River, near its mouth.


***NOTE: in 1810 Census there is still a John Pogue in Hartford, MD. He had no sons named John and grandsons were in Green Co., TN by then..who is this?
Pogue, John
State: Maryland Year: 1810
County: Harford Roll: M252_14
Township: Page: 196
Image: 142

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Unable to document if John was born in Maryland or his Father or Grandfather was the immigrant to the US. It is fairly certain that they came from Cavan County, Ireland in the late 1600's and made their home in Maryland until the 1760's. From there Joseph Pogue moved his family to North Carolina. Welch Pogue, in his book, traces the family back to one Fulbert the Saxton who came to England from Normandy in about 1053 A.D. and particularly to one Robert De Pollock, Baron of Renfrewshire, Scotland in the year 1175 A.D.

It is believed that some Pogue family members moved from Renfrewshire, Scotland (where they had lived since 1175 A. D. From what can be determined all of the Pogue's from Northern Ireland have descended from the Pogue family at Ballyneary in County Cavan, Ireland.

The Brother's Robert and John Pogue who came to Virginia in about 1739 were Nephews of our Pogue ancestor according to a letter written in 1890 quoting what Susanah Pogue told him. Susanah was born in about 1781 so her knowledge was probably fairly accurate.

Robert Pollack patented land in Somerset County, Maryland in 1687 and may be the father of the John Pogue born in 1698. The name has been spelled differently at various times, but there is no evidence that he is the father of John Pogue.

The above written by :Vernon Kenneth Pogue, 206 South Scott, Belton, MO., 64012, phone 816-322-9204, poguev@worldnet.att.net.[Joyce Cusick 2.FTW]

Occupation: Planter
In early records the name is variously: Pollock, Poge, Poloke, etc.
Biography: John Pollock married Sarah Preble before January 17, 173
2 in Baltimore County, Maryland. Their children were Joseph, who married Sarah Farmer, Mary, Elizabeth, Ann who married Zachariah Spencer, George and William.
Mary Buchanan, mother of Sarah, named her grandson, Joseph Poloke in her will.
The Colonies in Maryland were settled by emigrants fleeing religiou
s persecution.
The King of England gave a grant of land to Lord Baltimore (George Calvert) along the Atlantic Coast which included all the land between the fortieth parallel and the southern bank of the Potomac River. After the grant was made, but before the charter had been signed, Lord Baltimore died. King Charles I then transferred the grant to Lord Baltimore's son, Cecilius Calvert, the second Lord Baltimore.
The first emigrants arrived in 1634 and established a settlement about
nine miles up the St. George's River, which empties into the north side of the Potomac River, near its mouth.
Maryland became a state in 1788.
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John Pogue found in:
Maryland Marriages and Genealogies, 1634-1820
Listed in: Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759
Page number: 51

Pollock, John, no relationship to Daniel, married Sarah, daughter of Mary Buchanan by Jan 17, 1732; Mary Buchanan named her grandson Joseph Poloke in her Will ; on May 31, 1750 John Pogue, and wife Sarah, conv. Broverly Love and Johnson 's Rest to Jacob Giles; had issue: Joseph born 22 Nov 1724;
Mary 7 Feb 1725; Elizabeth 28 April 1734; Ann, 29 Jan 1735 m. Zachariah Spencer, 29 Sept 1755; George, born 16 April 1738; William 7 April 1740. ( 81: 3, 126:23, 128:46, 79, 82, 129: 321, 373)



John Poloke found in:
U.S./International Marriage Records, 1340-1980
Marriage Year: 1720
Gender: The gender of John Poloke is female.

Spouse: Sarah Preble
Birth Year: 1702
Birth Location Code: MD

Source Number: 95.000
Source Type: Electronic Database
Number of Pages: 1
Submitter Code: JAM1


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John Poloke found in:
Maryland Probate Records, 1674-1774

Notes for SARAH PREBLE:
Some Dates provided by George Pogue at georgepogue@hotmail.com

Alias:<ALIA> Sarah Buchanan\Sarah Prebble /Buchanan/

More About SARAH PREBLE:
Ancestral File Number: 93WF-HN
Christening: October 04, 1702, St.George's Parish, Baltimore County, Md24,25

Marriage Notes for JOHN POGUE and SARAH PREBLE:


John Poloke found in:
U.S./International Marriage Records, 1340-1980
Marriage Year: 1720
Gender: The gender of John Poloke is female.

Spouse: Sarah Preble
Birth Year: 1702
Birth Location Code: MD

Source Number: 95.000
Source Type: Electronic Database
Number of Pages: 1
Submitter Code: JAM1

       
Children of JOHN POGUE and SARAH PREBLE are:
4.       i.       JOSEPH9 POGUE, b. November 22, 1724, Baltimore, Maryland; d. April 1788, Caswell Co., North Carolina.
       ii.       MARY POGUE26,27,28,29, b. February 07, 1724/25, Baltimore County, Maryland30; d. WFT Est. 1726-181931,32.

More About MARY POGUE:
Christening: February 07, 1724/25, St.George's Parish, Baltimore County, Md33,34
Record Change: March 18, 200034

       iii.       ELIZABETH POGUE35,36,37,38, b. April 28, 1734, Baltimore, MD3940,41; m. THOMAS WALMSLEY, July 22, 1791, Cecil Co., Maryland; b. July 10, 1704, Cecil Co, Maryland; d. Bef. May 28, 1733.

More About ELIZABETH POGUE:
Christening: April 28, 1734, St.George's Parish, Baltimore County, Md42,43
Record Change: March 18, 200043

Notes for THOMAS WALMSLEY:
1790 U.S. Census - Maryland
1790 U.S. Census ? Maryland ? Cecil ? Unknown Township
Listed are a Thomas K. Walmsley
Anne
Robert C.
Thomas
Rachel

Walmsley, Thomas
State: Pennsylvania
Year:
1800
County: Philadelphia
Roll:
Township: Unknown Townships
Page:
479
Image:

More About THOMAS WALMSLEY:
Census: 1790, Cecil Co, Maryland
Christened: St. Stephen's, Cecil Co, MD

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH POGUE and THOMAS WALMSLEY:
Elizabeth Pogue found in:

Marriage Index: Maryland, 1655-1850
Married: Jul. 22, 1791 in: Cecil Co., MD
Record type: This is a county court record. Gender: F
More about: This record can be found at the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0013866.
Spouse name: Walmsley, Thomas
Spouse gender: M

WALMSLEY, THOMAS
Spouse: POGUE, ELIZABETH Marriage Date: 22 Jul 1791
County: Cecil State: MD

5.       iv.       ANN POGUE, b. January 29, 1734/35, Baltimore County, Maryland; d. Aft. 1800, North Carolina.
6.       v.       GEORGE WASHINGTON, POGUE, b. April 16, 1738, Baltimore, Maryland.
       vi.       WILLIAM POGUE44,45,46,47, b. April 07, 1740, Baltimore, Maryland48,4949,50.

Notes for WILLIAM POGUE:
perhaps moved on to SC tp
Pogue, William <http://search.ancestry.com/images/iosmiconbl.gif> View Image Online
State: South Carolina
Year:
1810
County: Edgefield
Roll:
M252_62
Township:
Page:
102
Image: 103



More About WILLIAM POGUE:
Christening: April 07, 1740, St.George's Parish, Baltimore County, Md51,52
Record Change: March 18, 200052


3. ROBERT8 POGUE (JOSEPH7, ROBERT BRUCE6, ROBERT5 POLLOCK II, ROBERT4 DEPOLLOCK, JOHN3 DEPOLLACK, JOHN2, DAVID1 POLLOCK) died Abt. 1762. He married UNKNOWN.
       
Child of ROBERT POGUE and UNKNOWN is:
       i.       CLEMENT9 POGUE, d. 1784, Maryland.

Notes for CLEMENT POGUE:
Unmarried


Generation No. 3

4. JOSEPH9 POGUE (JOHN8, JOSEPH7, ROBERT BRUCE6, ROBERT5 POLLOCK II, ROBERT4 DEPOLLOCK, JOHN3 DEPOLLACK, JOHN2, DAVID1 POLLOCK)53,54,55,56,57,58,59,60,61,62,63,64 was born November 22, 1724 in Baltimore, Maryland65, and died April 1788 in Caswell Co., North Carolina66,67. He married (1) SARAH68. He married (2) SARAH FARMER69,70,71 July 30, 1752 in St. George's Parrish in Baltimore, Md.72, daughter of GREGORY FARMER and SARAH HUGHES. She was born March 18, 1723/24 in Baltimore, Maryland73, and died in Caswell Co., North Carolina73.

Notes for JOSEPH POGUE:
1763 resided in Batlimore Co., Marland. New territory was opened for settlement after the French-Indian War. North Carolina hasd a land promotion offering 50 acres to those who would come.
Owned 250 acres of bottom land.
Joseph Pogue (Pollock) served with the Maryland Troops as artillery
man.1st C company Maryland Artillery, Captain Brown's Company in
Continental Service bet between Nov, 22, 1777 to May 8, 1778 at Pluckemin,
New Jersey. He was mustered in at Camp near Bacon's Bridge, South
Carolina on April 5, 1782. Joseph Received the Gratuity of Congress for
"serving to the end of the war."
Revolutionary War Service Records, 1775-83
POGUE, JOSEPH
Rank - Induction: MATROSS
Roll Box: 116
Roll Description: Continental Troops
Joseph was the oldest and was named in his maternal grandmother's Will..Mary Buchanan Preble.

The family moved from Maryland to North Carolina sometime in early 1770's. Joseph & Sarah lived in Orange County, North Carolina. As families migrated and settled new territories, they clung to land along many water courses, the rivers and the bays. No one ventured far away from the streams which provided one of the only modes of transportation in those days. In 1777 Caswell County was formed from Orange County. Some of the property was probably later in Person County. North Carolina became a state in 1789.

Joseph died in Caswell County, NC. In his Will he left his land for his wife and sons and other goods to his daughters.
Info from: Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759, Robert W. Barnes, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc
St George's Parrish Registers 1689-1793, per Bill and Martha Reamy
Maryland Marriages 1634-1777
The Benjamin Williams Family of Greene County, TN, James F King, Gray, TN 1982
Pioneers of the Six Bulls, The Newton County, MO Saga, Larry A James from the Neosho Public Library, Neosho, MO
1784 Tax List, St Luke's District
Caswell County, NC 1777-1877 Abstracts of Minutes, April 1786
An Abstract of North Carolina From about 1760 to about 1800, Fred A Olds, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc
Family Group Record Information, prepared by Joyce May Pogue Cusick, P.O. Box 772992, Steamboat Springs, Co 80477; 970 276-3691; Aug 4, 1998
Will of Joseph Pogue, North Carolina Dept of Achieves & History, 109 E Jones St., Raleigh, NC 27611
Inventory of Estate of Joseph Pogue, North Carolina Dept of Achieves & History, 109 E Jones St., Raleigh, NC 27611
Administrator Bond of Joseph Pogue, North Carolina Dept. Of Archives & History, 109 E Jones St., Raleigh, NC 27611
Caswell County, North Carolina Will Bool 1777-1814
Will of Joseph Pogue
In the name of God amen. I Joseph Pogue Being in perfect sense and sound memory But well knowing that it is appointed (sic)for all men once to dy (sic)Do make this my last will and testament first that my soul to God that gave it in sworn steadfast hope of Eternal life through the mearits (sic) of his Dear son and my Body to the ground and as for such worldly goods as it has pleased God to Send me I Despose (sic) of them in manner and form as follows I give and bequathe (sic) to my two sons John and Joseph each one hundred and twenty five acres of land being parts of the land I now live on to be Divided by a west northwest line the south end for John _____ and horse both I give and Bequathe (sic) to my beloved son Joseph all the Remainder of my Estate goods and Chattails (sic) I Send to my beloved wife Sarah during her Natural life and then to be Equally Divided among my surviving Children

Peter Farrar Joseph Pogue (his mark)
James Farquhar
Caswell County
April ___ 1788
The Executor of this Will was duly proved in Open Court by the Oaths of Peter Farrar and James Farquhar two Subscribing Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.
Test _____ Murphey

1790 U.S. Census Search Results

Joseph Pogue
State: NC Year: 1790
County: Caswell Roll:
Township: Unknown Township Page: 84
Image:

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Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759, Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759, Page 512
Pollock or Pogue, Joseph s. of John and Sarah, was b. 22 Nov 1724 m. Sarah Farmer on 30 July 1752; had issue : Susanna b 1 July 1755; John 3 Dec 1756; Hannah b. 10 April 1758; Sarah, b. 24 June 1759; Ann b. 3 Sept 1762.[Joyce Cusick 2.FTW]

!Biography: Joseph Pogue was born November 22, 1724 in Baltimore Coun
ty, Mary land, oldest child of John and Sarah Pollock.
Joseph married Sarah Farmer, dau ghter of Gregory and Sarah Hughes Far
mer, on July 30, 1752 in St. George's Pa rish, Baltimore County, Maryl
and. Their children were Susanna, John who marri ed Nancy, Hannah wh
o married William Farmer, probably a cousin, Sarah, Ann an d Joseph wh
o married Nancy Harper.
Both sons, John and Joseph served in the "American Revolution" and bo
th sons married women whose first names were nanc y.
The family moved from Maryland to North Carolina sometime in the earl
y 17 70's. Joseph and Sarah lived on Flat River in Orange County, Nort
h Carolina. As families migrated and settled new territories they clu
ng to the land along the many water courses, the rivers and the bays
. No one ventured far away fr om the streams which provided about th
e only mode of transportation in those day. In 1777 Caswell County wa
s formed from Orange County. Some of the proper ty was probably late
r in Person County. North Carolina became a state in 1789 .
Joseph Pogue died in April 1788 in Caswell County, North Carolina. In Joseph's will he leaves his land for his wife and sons, John and Joseph. He leaves other goods to his daughters.

Joseph Poloke found in:
Maryland Probate Records, 1674-1774
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Joseph Pogue found in:
U.S. Selected Counties, 1790 Census Index
State: NC
County: CASWELL CO.
Page #: 084
Census/Enumeration year: 1790
Age ranges in household: 00-00-00-00-00

More About JOSEPH POGUE:
1: New territory opened for settlement after the French & indian War was settled74
2: North Carolina had a land promotion offering 50 acres to those who would come74
Baptism: November 22, 1724, Baltimore, Maryland74
Burial: April 1788, Caswell Co., North Carolina75
Christening: November 22, 1724, St.George's Parish, Baltimore County, Md76,77
Property: April 1788, Owned 250 acres of bottom land78
Residence: 1763, Baltimore County, Md.78

Notes for SARAH FARMER:
[Pogue File 3-29-2000.FTW]

LDS Pedigree records show birth date as 21 April 1710[Kathy Pogue Starnes.FTW]

Married Joseph in St. George Parrish Baltimore Md in1752

More About SARAH FARMER:
Burial: Caswell Co., North Carolina79

Marriage Notes for JOSEPH POGUE and SARAH FARMER:
Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777, Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777, Page 141
Pogue, Joseph 30 July 1752, Sarah Farmer, 1 BA-225
St. George's Parish Registers, 1689-1793, Parish Register, Page 89
       
Children of JOSEPH POGUE and SARAH FARMER are:
       i.       ROSANNA10 POGUE.
       ii.       JOSHUA POGUE, m. JINSEY THOMAS, July 13, 1804, Caswell, North Carolina.

Notes for JOSHUA POGUE:


Joshua Pogue found in:
U.S. Selected Counties, 1830 Census Index
State: TN
County: FENTRESS CO.
Page #: 05
Census/Enumeration year: 1830


Marriage Notes for JOSHUA POGUE and JINSEY THOMAS:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Jinsey Thomas
Groom: Joshua Pogue
Bond Date: 13 Jul 1804
County: Caswell
Record #: 01 239
Bondsman: John Made his Mark Robert
Witness: Wm. Wilkerson
Bond #: 000017523
North Carolina
Caswell County


Pogue Thomas, Joshua Jinsey
Spouse: Pogue, Joshua
Thomas, Jinsey Marriage Date: 13 Jul 1804



       iii.       SUSANNA POGUE80,81,82,83, b. July 01, 1755, Baltimore, MD84; d. Aft. 181085,86.

Notes for SUSANNA POGUE:
Pogue, Susanna
(Female)
Address: St. Paul's lane and Chatham street, corner of
Town: Baltimore
American County: Maryland
Date: 1810
Listed in, [Baltimore, 1810] The Baltimore Directory for 1810, containing the Names, Occupations and Residences of the Inhabitants, Alphabetically Arranged; also, A correct List of Streets, Lanes and Alleys Within the City and Precincts. A List of Officers in the General Government of the United States, Government of the State of Maryland, Officers of the Corporation, Custom-House Duties, Banks, Insurance Offices, Turnpike Roads, &c. [p28 missing and unable to read parts of p134,161 & 185], 1810, FRY, William, Baltimore. Printed for the Publisher. G. Dobbin and Murphy - Print.

More About SUSANNA POGUE:
Christening: July 01, 1755, St. George's, Baltimore, Md87
Record Change: March 18, 200088

       iv.       JOHN POGUE89,90,91,92,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,100,101,102,103,104,105,106,107,108,109,110,111,112, b. December 03, 1756, Baltimore County, Maryland113; d. April 26, 1814, Greene, Co. Tn114; m. (1) NANCY CARTER115; d. July 25, 1840116; m. (2) NANCY ELIZABETH WILEY117, December 05, 1780, Gilford County, NC118; b. 1763119,120; d. July 25, 1840, Greene County, Tennessee121.

Notes for JOHN POGUE:
Alias:<ALIA> John /Poloke/
John and his brother Joseph Jr served in the Revolutionary War. John was
in the Southern Battalion of the Militia of Orange County N.C. He is
listed in the rank and file of non commissioned officers and private
soldiers of Captain William Williams Company.
John owned and operated a mill near the MT Carmel and Romeo Roads
intersect. by his Will of 1814, The largest part of the farm at Lick
Creek was left to his wife, with 50 acres for each of the five boys.
After Nancy's death in 1840, the daughter Susanna who had lived with her mother,
stayed on at Lick Creek and finally sold it to Thomas Williams in 1843 or
1845
The amount of distribution to each of Nancy Wiley Pogue's children was
$149.59.
Info from Connie LaFontaine
Shows in Us Federal Census in Greene County, Tennessee in 1812 tp[4ngu9kyy.FTW]

FARMER
ST. GEORGE'S CASWELL COUNTY1 PURC 2 DATE 6 DEC 1796 2 PLAC CARTER STATION, TENNESSEE 2 NOTE 260 acres farmland on LICK CREEK 2 SOUR S51 2 SOUR S52 2 SOUR S48 CARTER STATION CARTER STATION CEMETERY 1 NOTE MILITARY---JOHN POGUE served in SOUTHERN BATTALION of the ORANGE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLIN A MILITIA. He is listed among the rank &file of non-commissioned officers and private soldier of CAPTAIN WILLIAM WILLIAMS' COMPANY. 20 AUG 1776---SOUTHERN BATTALION of ORANGE COUNTY, NC MILITIA;CAPTAIN MURRAY'S COMPANY 15 MAR 1781 in BATTLE OF GUILFORD COURTHOUSE near GREENSBORO,NORTH CAROLINA.
Family Group Record Information, prepared by Joyce May Pogue Cusick, P.O. Box 772992, Steamboat Springs, Co 80477; 970 276-3691; Aug 4, 1998

John Pogue was born December 3, 1756, in Baltimore Co, MD. He migrated with his family to North Carolina in the 1770's. John and Nancy Elizabeth Wiley were married December 5, 1780, in North Carolina. They lived in Caswell and Person Counties until the mid-1790's, when they moved to Greene County, TN. They purchased 260 acres on Lick Creek from Frances Casteel on December 6, 1796. Tennessee became a state in 1796.

John and Nancy had ten known children, all of whom were married in Greene Co.

John served in the American Revolution. He is listed on the roster of the Southern Battalion of the Militia of the County of Orange, Capt. Murray's Company, Aug 20, 1776.

The sons also owned property on Lick Creek and inherited additional lands when John died. John Jr's property was at Carter Station School and he owned and operated Pogue Mills.

John died in 1814 and Nancy Elizabeth Wiley Pogue died on July 25, 1840. Both are buried in Greene County; unfortunately, the locations of the graves have been lost.

The family may have been fairly involved with religion. One of the sons, Thomas, was referred to as Reverend. Daughter Nancy Pogue Williams was killed in a riding accident while returning from a revival meeting.

By 1850 there were no longer any Pogues living in Green County. They had migrated further west into Missouri and Arkansas. A quote from the Williams Genealogy states, "the Church seemed to have a grudge at the Pogues and turned many of them out of the Church. This riled the balance and they emigrated to different places, hunting for liberty and freedom like unto the kind their ancestors enjoyed so well."

The Benjamin Williams Family of Greene county, TN, 1982, James F King, Gray, TN.

1790 Census of North Carolina: state records of North Carolina Vol. XXVI - Names of Head[s] of Families; per the research of Walter Clark.

Pogue research by Pat Rowe, Rt. 1 box 34, Mosheim, TN 37818

Pioneers of the Six Bulls, The Newton County, MO Saga, Larry A James, from the Neosho Public Library, Neosho, MO

Marriage Bond Index for John Poag and Elizabeth Wiley, Guilford Co, NC, marriage records 1771-1868, Vol III, Names O thru Z, North Carolina Dept. of Archives and History, 109 E Jones St, Raleigh, NC, 27611, per Frances T. Ingmire.

Stella Book Committee, The Story of Stella and More, Pioneer Community of Newton County, MO, Joyce Pogue Cusick

Chancery Court Minutes Greene County, TN Nov 1825-Jan 1831, per Goldene Fillers Burgner

Land records, Greene County courthouse, Greeneville, TN

Tax lists, Greene County Tn, 1809, 1812, 1814

1800 Federal Census Person County, NC

1830 Federal Census Greene County, TN

1840 Federal Census Greene County, TN

Early East Tennessee Taxpayers, Pollyanna Creekmore

Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution

The Colonial Records of North Carolina, Vol X 1775-1776, William L Saunders, Secretary of State

North Carolina Land Grants Recorded in Greene County, TN, per Goldene Fillers Burgner

Flashback, Vol XVI #3, August 1966, Washington County Historical Society

Tennessee Marriage Records Vol 3, Greene County Courthouse, Greeneville, TN, per Gertrude L Soderburg

Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas, Greene County, TN 1797-1807

Will of John Pogue, Greene County Courthouse, Greeneville, TN[amgrif.FTW]

MILITARY: 20 AUG 1776, Southern Battalion of the Militia of Orange Co, North Carolina, Captain Murray's Company. John Pogue served in the Revolutionary War with his brother, Joseph an d is listed in the rank and file of non-commissioned officers and private soldiers of Captain William Williams' Company.
15 MAR 1781---Took part in the Battle of Guilford Courthouse near Greensboro, North Ca rolina.

1790 CASWELL CO, NORTH CAROLINA CENSUS---ST. LUKE'S TOWNSHIP

About 1796, went from North Carolina to Carter Station, Greene Co, Tennessee. Carter Station is about 10 miles north of Greenville, Tennessee. John bought 260 acres of farm land on 6 DEC 1796 from Frances Casteel on Lick Creek in Greene Co, Tennessee. John owned and operated a mill near where the Mt. Carmel and Romeo Roads intersect.

1800 PERSON CO, NORTH CAROLINA CENSUS INDEX
POGUE, JOHN page 201 00201 - 10001-00 NCS1a2431819

The family was apparently quite religious. One of the sons, Thomas, was referred to as Reverend. Nancy Pogue Williams died in Greene County. It is said that while traveling by horse through the woods fro m a revival her horse spooked and "Nancy was killed by her horse stum bling and falling, rolled over her - the saddle horns crushed her che st", the baby, Lewis she was holding was not hurt".

By 1850 there were no longer any Pogues living in Greene County. They migrated further west into Missouri and Arkansas. A quote from the Williams Genealogy states "the Church seemed to have a grudge at the Pogues and turned many of them out of the Church. This riled the balance and they emigrated to different places, hunting for liberty and freedom like unto the kind their ancestors enjoyed so well".

Full Context of North Carolina Revolutionary War Soldiers


Pierce'S Register
APPENDIX
page 593
John Pogue



Pogue, John
State: Tennessee Year: 1805
County: Greene Roll:
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 0
Image:
Pogue, John, Sr.
State: Tennessee Year: 1812
County: Greene Roll:
Township: Page: 0
Image:

Some info from Karen Jordan at:karkeij@cs.com[Joyce Cusick 2.FTW]

!Biography: John Pogue was born December 3, 1756 in Baltimore County
, Marylan d. He migrated with his family to North Carolina in the 1770
's. John and Nanc y Pogue were married December 5, 1780 in North Carol
ina. They lived in Caswel l and Person Counties until the mid-1790's w
hen they moved to Greene County, Tennessee. They purchased 260 acre
s from Frances Casteel on December 6, 1796 on Lick creek. Tennessee b
ecame a state in 1796.
John and Nancy had ten know n children: The children of John and Nanc
y all married in Greene County. John married, first, Lydia Jones on N
ovember 12, 1807, second to Sophia Carter on June 24, 1824 and thir
d to Sarah Carden. He and Sarah both died on the same day of typhoi
d fever and were buried in the same grave. Thomas married Sarah Kirb
y on December 5, 1806. Nancy married Benjamin Williams on December 29
, 1812. Farmer married Viney Lindsey on July 8, 1817. Bethany marrie
d Jones Wee ms on July 6, 1813. William married first, Rachel Weems o
n August 29, 1820 an d second to Sarah Bullard in Newton County, Misso
uri. Sarah married Henry Ran dolph on December 29, 1804. Howell marrie
d Molly Manes on March 12, 1827. Sus annah never married. Mary Ritta m
arried Samuel Cromley on November 3, 1819.
John served in the "American Revolution". He is listed on the roste
r of the " Southern Battalion of the Militia of the County of Orange
, Capt. Murrays Comp any, August 20, 1776".
The sons also owned property on Lick Creek and inherite d additional l
ands when their father died. John Jr.'s property was at Carter Statio
n School and he owned and operated Pogue Mills.
John died in 1814 and Nancy died July 25, 1840. Both are buried in Gr
eene County, however the grave s have been lost to us.
The family was apparently quite religious. One of the sons, Thomas, w
as referred to as Reverend. Nancy Pogue Williams died in Green e Count
y. It is said that while traveling by horse through the woods fro
m a revival her horse spooked and "Nancy was killed by her horse stum
bling and f alling, rolled over her - the saddle horns crushed her che
st", the baby, Lewi s she was holding was not hurt".
By 1850 there were no longer any Pogues livin g in Greene County. The
y migrated further west into Missouri and Arkansas. A quote from th
e Williams Genealogy states "the Church seemed to have a grudge at th
e Pogues and turned many of them out of the Church. This riled the ba
l ance and they emigrated to different places, hunting for liberty an
d freedom like unto the kind their ancestors enjoyed so well".

More About JOHN POGUE:
Burial: April 1814, Carter Station, Tennessee121
Census: 1790, NORTH CAROLINA FEDERAL CENSUS121
Christening: December 03, 1756, St.George's Parish, Baltimore County, Md122,123
Military service: August 20, 1776, Militia of Orange County , NC
Occupation: Farmer
Property: 1796, Bought 260 acres in Green County, TN124
Residence: Bef. 1796, CASWELL & PERSON COUNTIES, NORTH CAROLINA125
Tax List: 1805, Greene Co., TN

Notes for NANCY ELIZABETH WILEY:


CARTER STATION CEMETERY

More About NANCY ELIZABETH WILEY:
Burial: July 1840, Carter Station, Tennessee125

       v.       HANNAH POGUE126,127,128,129,130, b. April 10, 1758, Baltimore, MD131; d. WFT Est. 1759-1852, Caswell, North Carolina132; m. WILLIAM FARMER133, December 30, 1790, Caswell Co., North Carolina134; b. Abt. 1770, Caswell, North Carolina.

Notes for HANNAH POGUE:
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She married William Farmer December 30, 1790.

More About HANNAH POGUE:
Christening: April 10, 1758, St. George's, Baltimore, Md134
Record Change: March 18, 2000135

Notes for WILLIAM FARMER:
Family Group Record Information, prepared by Joyce May Pogue Cusick, P.O. Box 772992, Steamboat Springs, Co 80477; 970 276-3691; Aug 4, 1998: William Farmer was probably a cousin.

Marriage Notes for HANNAH POGUE and WILLIAM FARMER:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Hannar Pogue
Groom: William Farmer
Bond Date: 30 Dec 1790
County: Caswell
Record #: 01 091
Bondsman: Demcey Moore
Witness: J Womack
Bond #: 000015233

       vi.       SARAH POGUE136,137,138, b. June 24, 1759, Baltimore, MD139; d. WFT Est. 1760-1853140; m. ABRAHAM ANDERSON, August 06, 1789, Cecil, Maryland.

More About SARAH POGUE:
Christening: June 24, 1759, St. George's, Baltimore, Md141
Record Change: March 18, 2000142

Notes for ABRAHAM ANDERSON:
ANDERSON, ABRAHAM
State: MD Year: 1740
County: Cecil County Record Type:
Township: Mililta Foot Company Page: NPL
Database: MD Early Census Index
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ANDERSON, ABRAHAM
State: MD Year: 1820
County: Cecil County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: No Township Listed Page: 120
Database: MD 1820 Federal Census Index
Abraham Anderson <http://search.ancestry.com/images/iosmiconbl.gif> View Image Online?
State: MD Year: 1790
County: Cecil Roll: M637_3
Township: Elk Neck Page: 42
Image: 0552

Full Context of U.K. and U.S. Directories, 1680-1830 [Print]



Anderson, Abraham
(Male)
Address: 30, Alisanna street, Fells point
Town: Baltimore
American County: Maryland
Date: 1800
Listed in, [Baltimore, 1800-01] The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register; for 1800 and 1801. Containing, The Names, Occupations, and Places of Abode of the Citizens, Arranged in Alphabetical order. Also, A List of the Duties, Payable by Law, on all Goods, Wares and Merchandise: together with, A General Abstract from the Revenue Laws; And many other articles of equal utility, for which see Contents, Page 5. [Preface states: the names were collected before the late fatal calamity prevailed in this city, and the sheets containing those names actually struck off. Many may probably be induced to inquire, why are they here inserted? the question is a fair one: yet we can reply, that though on business their names will not be inquired for, still it will produce a gratification to surviving relatives, while it preserves on record, to the memory of departed worth, the names of many of our fellow citizens; in this case, we do not deem their insertion improper.], 1800-1, WARNER & HANNA, Baltimore. By Warner & Hanna, Printers & Booksellers., No. 37, Baltimore street, corner of South Gay street

Marriage Notes for SARAH POGUE and ABRAHAM ANDERSON:
Sarah Pogue found in:

Marriage Index: Maryland, 1655-1850
Married: Aug. 06, 1789 in: Cecil Co., MD
Record type: This is a county court record. Gender: F
More about: This record can be found at the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0013866.
Spouse name: Anderson, Abraham
Spouse gender: M

ANDERSON, ABRAHAM
Spouse: POGUE, SARAH Marriage Date: 6 Aug 1789
County: Cecil State: MD
Maryland Marriages, 1667-1899

       vii.       ANN POGUE143,144,145,146, b. September 03, 1762, Baltimore County, Maryland147; d. WFT Est. 1763-1856148,149.

More About ANN POGUE:
Christening: September 03, 1762, St. George's, Baltimore, Md150
Record Change: March 18, 2000151

       viii.       JOSEPH POGUE152,153,154,155,156,157,158,159,160,161, b. 1763, North Carolina162; d. Abt. 1834, Jefferson Co., TN163; m. NANCY HARPER164,165, Abt. 1782, Caswell Co., N.C.166; b. 1764, Halifax County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1860, Jefferson Co. Tn167.

Notes for JOSEPH POGUE:
[Pogue File 3-29-2000.FTW]

Info from Connie La Fontaine
Nancy Harper Pogue filed Revolutionary War Pension on Application #8297
Database: 1790 U.S. Census Records


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Joseph Pogue
State: NC Year: 1790
County: Caswell Roll:
Township: Unknown Township Page: 84
Image:
Pogue, Joseph
1790 United States Federal Census [Print]
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Joseph Pogue
State: NC Year: 1790
County: Caswell Roll:
Township: Unknown Township Page: 84
Image:




State: Tennessee Year: 1820
County: Maury Roll:
Township: Page: 0
Image:
Pogue, Joseph
State: Tennessee Year: 1830
County: Roane Roll: _IMAGE
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 18

Database: American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)


POGUE, Joseph
Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: North Carolina
Volume: 138 Page Number: 146
Reference: Heads of fams. at the first U.S. census. NC. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (292p.):84
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He married Nancy Harper Abt. 1782.
Children of Joseph Pogue and Nancy Harper:
i. Harper Pogue - moved to Texas in about 1825 to 1830 and we have no indications of what happened to him after that time.
ii. John Pogue
iii. Daughter Pogue married George Kenny
iv. Second Daughter married Buck Dooley. Buck was a wealthy slave owner, owning 100 slaves in 1840. They lived in the edge of North Carolina.

More About JOSEPH POGUE:
Census: 1790, Caswell, NC

Notes for NANCY HARPER:
[Kathy Pogue Starnes.FTW]
Made an application for widow of the Revolutionary War Pension in 1859
Info from Connie La Fontaine
Nancy Harper Pogue filed Revolutionary War Pension on Application #8297[Pogue GedCom MFarina 10-13-01.FTW]
1790 Federal Census Caswell County, NC

1810 Federal Census Wilkes County, NC


       ix.       FANNY POGUE168,169,170, b. 1769, Baltimore, Maryland or Caswell, North Carolina171; d. 1863, Tennessee172; m. ABNER ROSSON173, February 20, 1790, Caswell Co., North Carolina; b. 1765, Culpepper, VA; d. 1863, Tennessee174.

Notes for ABNER ROSSON:

Abner Rosson
State: NC Year: 1790
County: Caswell Roll:
Township: Unknown Township Page: 80
Image:
Rosson, Abner
State: Tennessee Year: 1830
County: Hickman Roll: _IMAGE
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 87
Image:

Marriage Notes for FANNY POGUE and ABNER ROSSON:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Fanny Pogue
Groom: Abner Rosson
Bond Date: 20 Feb 1790
County: Caswell
Record #: 01 263
Bondsman: Rhodan Made his Mark Pogu
Witness: Ald. Murphey, (
Bond #: 000017907
North Carolina
Caswell County


Pogue Rosson, Fanny Abner
Spouse: Pogue, Fanny
Rosson, Abner Marriage Date: 20 Feb 1790



5. ANN9 POGUE (JOHN8, JOSEPH7, ROBERT BRUCE6, ROBERT5 POLLOCK II, ROBERT4 DEPOLLOCK, JOHN3 DEPOLLACK, JOHN2, DAVID1 POLLOCK)175,176,177,178,179 was born January 29, 1734/35 in Baltimore County, Maryland180, and died Aft. 1800 in North Carolina181,182. She married ZACHARIAH SPENCER183,184 September 29, 1755 in Baltimore, Maryland, son of ZACHARIAH SPENCER and CHRISTIAN COBB. He was born March 13, 1731/32 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died 1789 in Linclon County, North Carolina.

Notes for ANN POGUE:
Family Group Record Information, prepared by Joyce May Pogue Cusick, P.O. Box 772992, Steamboat Springs, Co 80477; 970 276-3691; Aug 4, 1998
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Abraham Renshaw found in:
Maryland and Delaware, 1600s-1800s Church Records
Listed in: St. George's Parish Registers, 1689-1793
Page number: 50
Ann's birth date
She married Zachariah Spencer September 29, 1755 in Baltimore county, Maryland.

More About ANN POGUE:
Christening: January 29, 1734/35, St.George's Parish, Baltimore County, Md185,186
Record Change: March 18, 2000186

Notes for ZACHARIAH SPENCER:
Database: Tryon County, North Carolina Court Minutes, 1769-79
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TRYON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA MINUTES OF THE COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS 1769-1779
January term 1773

A Deed of Sale from James Wyatt and Bethelem his Wife to Zachariah Spencer for 193 acres Dated the 26th Day of Decem'r 1772 proved by Wm Spencer Evidence thereto. Ord'd to be Reg'd.

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TRYON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA MINUTES OF THE COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS 1769-1779
October term 1774

Zachariah Spencer 5 scalp tickets 1 7 6

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TRYON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA MINUTES OF THE COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS 1769-1779
April term 1775

Ordered that Wm Alston, John Moore, Joseph Jenkins, Robert Armstrong, Peter Castner, Joseph Davis, John Wells, Jacob Mooney Ju'r, Zachariah Spencer, Fred'k Hambright, Michael Hoyle, Laurence Kyzer, Michael Hofstatler, Robert Alexander and Wm. Massey be appointed a Jury to lay out a Road the nearest and best way from Tryon Court House to the Tuccaseege ford and that they be Summoned by the Sheriff to be and appear before William Moore or John Ritzhaupt on the first Day of May next to take the necessary steps to qualify them for this their Charge.

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TRYON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA MINUTES OF THE COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS 1769-1779
April term 1775

A Deed of Sale from John Moore to Zachariah Spencer for 50 acres of Land Dated the 14 Day of Novem'r
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TRYON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA MINUTES OF THE COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS 1769-1779
July term 1777

Ordered by the Court that William Starrett serve as Overseer of the Road to be laid out from Tryon Court House to the Tuccasiege Ford in that part between the South Fork and the Tuccasiege Ford and that Zachariah Spencer from the South fork till Capt. Hambrights or opposite thereto, and Fred'k Hambright from that till Tryon Court House and that they enter on the duty of their Charge.

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TRYON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA MINUTES OF THE COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS 1769-1779
October term 1777

A Deed of Sale from John Moore to Zachariah Spencer for 57 acres of Land Dated the 26 Day of September 1777 acknowledged in open court. Ordered to be Registered

the North Carolina Wills
[p.177] S.
page 174
1789 SPENCER, ZACHARIAH, to Ann, Elizabeth, Sarah, Zachariah, Charity, John, May, William, James, Joseph, George, Ezbal.

Database: Chowan County, North Carolina Cross Index to Deeds - Grantees 1696-1878 Vol B

Transaction: Deed
1st Grantee Last Name: Webb
1st Grantee First Name: Zachariah
Grantor First Name: John
Grantor Last Name: Spencer
Book: U1
Comments: page number and year unreadable



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Naturalizations of Foreign Protestants in the American and West Indian Colonies.
C.O. 824-55 (continued) MARYLAND.

V.4. ZACHARIAH SPENCER

More About ZACHARIAH SPENCER:
Census: 1810, North Carolina
       
Children of ANN POGUE and ZACHARIAH SPENCER are:
       i.       ELIZABETH10 SPENCER, b. February 27, 1758, Baltimore, Maryland.
       ii.       ANN SPENCER, b. October 10, 1759, Baltimore, Maryland; m. WILLIAM WOOD, February 05, 1782, North Carolina.

Marriage Notes for ANN SPENCER and WILLIAM WOOD:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Ann Spencer
Groom: William Wood
Bond Date: 05 Feb 1782
County: Lincoln
Record #: 01 136
Bondsman: Zacariah Spence
Bond #: 000076754

       iii.       SARAH S. SPENCER, b. Bef. 1760, Baltimore, Maryland.
       iv.       ZACHARIAH SPENCER, b. February 28, 1761, Baltimore, Maryland; d. Lincoln Co., North Carolina; m. MARY BIRD, August 31, 1785, Lincoln County, North Carolina.

Notes for ZACHARIAH SPENCER:
Database: North Carolina Census, 1790-1890
Zach Spencer
State: NC Year: 1790
County: Lincoln Roll: M637_7
Township: Unknown Township Page: 115
Image: 0077

SPENCER, ZACH.
State: NC Year: 1810
County: Lincoln County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: No Township Listed Page: 340
Database: NC 1810 Federal Census Index
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State: NC Year: 1810
County: Lincoln County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: No Township Listed Page: 340
Database: NC 1810 Federal Census Index
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SPENCER, ZACHARIAH
State: NC Year: 1820
County: Lincoln County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: No Township Listed Page: 300
Database: NC 1820 Federal Census Index

1820 United States Federal Census
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Spencer, Zachariah
State: North Carolina Year: 1820
County: Lincoln Roll: M33_83
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 300
Image: 204

Marriage Notes for ZACHARIAH SPENCER and MARY BIRD:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Mary Bird
Groom: Zachariah Spencer
Bond Date: 31 Aug 1785
County: Lincoln
Record #: 01 119
Bondsman: David Cobbs
Witness: Peter King
Bond #: 000075956

North Carolina
Lincoln County
Bird Spencer, Mary Zachariah
Spouse: Bird, Mary
Spencer, Zachariah


       v.       CHARITY SPENCER, b. Aft. 1761, Baltimore, Maryland.
       vi.       JOHN SPENCER, b. Abt. 1763; m. ANNE KEER, July 26, 1781, North Carolina.

Marriage Notes for JOHN SPENCER and ANNE KEER:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Anne Keer
Groom: John Spencer
Bond Date: 26 Jul 1781
County: Caswell
Record #: 01 290
Bondsman: William Hensl
Witness: Ald. Murphey, (
Bond #: 000018333
North Carolina
Caswell County


Keer Spencer, Anne John
Spouse: Keer, Anne
Spencer, John Marriage Date: 26 Jul 1781


       vii.       MARY SPENCER, b. Aft. 1763; m. MALON STACE, April 09, 1787, North Carolina.

Marriage Notes for MARY SPENCER and MALON STACE:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Mary Spencer
Groom: Malon Stace
Bond Date: 09 Apr 1787
County: Caswell
Record #: 01 290
Bondsman: William Hensl
Witness: Ald. Murphey, (
Bond #: 000018336

North Carolina
Caswell County


Spencer Stace, Mary Malon
Spouse: Spencer, Mary
Stace, Malon Marriage Date: 09 Apr 1787


       viii.       WILLIAM SPENCER, b. Aft. 1764; m. JANE TAYLOR, March 30, 1796, Lincoln, North Carolina.

Marriage Notes for WILLIAM SPENCER and JANE TAYLOR:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Jane Taylor
Groom: William Spencer
Bond Date: 30 Mar 1796
County: Lincoln
Record #: 01 119
Bondsman: George Cathy
Bond #: 000075975
North Carolina
Lincoln County


Spencer Taylor, William Jane
Spouse: Spencer, William
Taylor, Jane Marriage Date: 30 Mar 1796


       ix.       JAMES SPENCER, b. Aft. 1765.
       x.       JOSEPH SPENCER, b. Aft. 1766; d. Abt. 1783; m. SARAH UNKNOWN.

Notes for JOSEPH SPENCER:
the North Carolina Wills
[p.247] S.
page 246
1783 SPENCER, JOSEPH, Sarah (wife); Sawyer, Sarah (daughter); Samuel, Mark, (sons).

       xi.       GEORGE SPENCER, b. Aft. 1767; m. ELIZABETH BEST, August 04, 1798, North Carolina.

Marriage Notes for GEORGE SPENCER and ELIZABETH BEST:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Elizabeth Best
Groom: George Spencer
Bond Date: 04 Aug 1798
County: Lincoln
Record #: 01 119
Bondsman: William Spencer
Witness: John Greaves
Bond #: 000075973

       xii.       EZBEL SPENCER, b. Aft. 1768.


6. GEORGE9 WASHINGTON, POGUE (JOHN8 POGUE, JOSEPH7, ROBERT BRUCE6, ROBERT5 POLLOCK II, ROBERT4 DEPOLLOCK, JOHN3 DEPOLLACK, JOHN2, DAVID1 POLLOCK)187,188,189,190 was born April 16, 1738 in Baltimore, Maryland191,192, and died 192,193. He married UNKNOWN.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON, POGUE:


George Pogue found in:
Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin, Volume 1-38
Listed in: Vol. 33, No. 2, Spring 1992
Page number: 340
Sept 8, 1775
Militial Co Enrollment, Cecil Co., Marland
Capt Stephen Hyland

..Pogue, George...

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON, POGUE:
Census: 1790, Baltimore, Maryland
Christening: April 16, 1738, St.George's Parish, Baltimore County, Md194,195
Record Change: March 18, 2000195
       
Child of GEORGE WASHINGTON and UNKNOWN is:
       i.       JAMES REUBEN10 POGUE, b. August 16, 1825, Sumner, Tennessee; d. July 13, 1909, Logan, KY; m. SARAH H. JOHNSTON, April 14, 1850, Logan, Kentucky; b. July 15, 1820, Kentucky; d. Logan, KY.

Notes for JAMES REUBEN POGUE:
POGUE, JAMES R.
State: KY Year: 1860
County: Logan County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Baugh's St.Ation P.O. Page: 561
Database: KY 1860 Federal Census Index

More About JAMES REUBEN POGUE:
Census: 1860, Logan, KY


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