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Re: Followup George -Samuel Teater Engish in Squence
Posted by: jan lala (ID *****7442) Date: February 15, 2008 at 10:03:36
In Reply to: Re: Followup George -Samuel Teater Engish in Squence by jan lala of 985


The question is the worleys here relatives of the Teters Tetertons ect connected to archor worley?
1738- 22 August 1738. William Tetterton of Tyrrell Precinct to Collo. John Worley of same. 16 pounds 10 shillings. 100 acres, joining the Sound, Cypress Swamp, sd William Tetterton. Wit: Thos. Leary, Rebeckeh (x) Ray. Sep Ct 1740. [Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr., The Deeds of Tyrrell County, North Carolina 1735 - 1760, Keysville, Virginia: Author, 1991. Tyrrell County, North Carolina Deed Book 1 p, 108]

1739- Patent - Tyrrell - John Worley - Crown to Stephens Lee, 190 acres at the Morratock joining the Beaverdam, John Worley, and Frederick Jones.

1739- 5 March 1739. John Worley Gent. Of Tyrrell Co. to his daughter Elisabeth Leary of same. Deed of gift. 400 acres on south side of Albemarle Sound, joining Middle Neck Swamp, the old field, the land where I now live, Beach Neck Swamp, Long Branch, James Hop per, Haw Branch. Wit: Godfree Phelps, Joshua Worley. March Ct 1739. [Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr., The Deeds of Tyrrell County, North Carolina 1735 - 1760, Keysville, Virginia: Author, 1991. Tyrrell County, North Carolina Deed Book 1 p, 80]

1739- 24 July 1739. John Worley, Jr. to his father John Worley of same. 60 pounds. 315 acres (messuage) on south side of Chowan River, called Long Neck. Wit: Penelope Worley. Dec Ct 1740. [Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr., The Deeds of Tyrrell County, North Carolina 1735 - 1760, Keysville, Virginia: Author, 1991. Tyrrell County, North Carolina Deed Book 1 p, 114]


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