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Re: Thomas,George,late 1700's NC, 1800's TN
Posted by: Jerome Tew Date: April 25, 2000 at 20:18:32
In Reply to: Thomas,George,late 1700's NC, 1800's TN by Chris Rellinger of 283

1830 Census
Thomas Rials Pitt
Parks Ryaell Craven
Bryan Ryall Craven
Tolson Ryall Craven
George Rayl Guilford
George Rayl Guilford
Thomas Rayl Guilford
William Rayl Guilford
William Rayl Guilford
William Ryal Martin Co.

Chris, there are two Thomas Ryals in NC in the 1830c. I am sure that you can look at the 1830c and ID your man. My guess is that Thomas Rayl is connected Craven Co. NC and the Thomas Ryal that died there in 1784. He had two bro. in the Rev. war.

North Carolina, Craven County 1774

In the name of God Amen, I Thomas Royal Being sick and weak, but of perfect mind and memory and calling to mind this transitory life and that is certain for all men once to die, Do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following. That is: First I give and bequeath my soul to God who gave it and my body to the earth to be buried.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my well beloved brother James Royal the dwelling house and plantation, formerly the house and land of my father Thomas Royal decíd, near Slocumís Creek, being one hundred and twenty acres.
Item: I give and bequeath one hundred and eighty acres adjoining and on the back of the manner plantation to my well beloved brother Daniel Royal.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my well beloved brother Francis Royal one track of land containing one hundred acres lying below the manner plantation on Slocumís Creek Branch.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my well beloved brother James Royal one feather bed.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my well beloved brother Daniel Royal one black cow.
Item: I give and bequeath unto William Royal one black heffer yearling.
Also all my goods and chattels except what has been given to be sold by my executor to pay for the funeral charges and all my just debts and what is over and above to be equally divided among my three sisters vis. Phebe Royal, Charity, and Rachel Royal and also my money.
And also I give and bequeath unto my well beloved brother James Royal all my clothes and wearing apparel Except 3 Ĺ yards of cheek which I give unto my brother William Royal. Lastly, I constitute my well beloved bother James Royal executor solely of this my last will and testament.
THOMAS ROYAL (Seal)
Signed sealed and delivered
in the presence of:
Thomas Simon
Daniel X Royal
Phebe Royall

Thomas Ryal who went to MD in Service of Talbot Co. in 1669. His will in Dorchester Co MD dated 24 Jun 1745 said; to son Thomas Royall, land, "Cumberland.", to son Elijah Royall, My dwelling & plantation, to son Samuel Royall, he to secure 50 acres for his bro. Thomas Royall.
Thomas Royall the son of the Thomas Ryal who went to MD in Service of Talbot Co 1669. moved to New Bern NC colony (Craven Co). Thomas Royall bought 200 acres in Craven Co NC 14 Nov 1771, and died in 1774. I found the land patent in the NC Land Patents Book.

Thomas Royall III died in Craven Co. in 1774 apparently never married
MOTHER: Mary ________l 774 FATHER Thomas Royal Jr. died before 1774
1.        Thomas Royall III 17xx-1774
2.        Daniel Royall
3.        James Royall c1750-1788 md: Sarah ______issue Robert W. & Philip Royall
4.        William Royall
5.        Francis Royall
6.        Phebe Royall
7.        Charity Royall
8.        Rachel Royall

Jerome Tew


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