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Agatha Lang (F)
b. circa 1770, d. July 16, 1847, #27304

     Agatha Lang was born circa 1770. She married Matthias Griesser. Agatha Lang died on July 16, 1847.

     Children of Agatha Lang and Matthias Griesser:
Father _____ Griesser+
Franz Xaver Griesser+   b. circa 1805, d. between 1841 and 1901


    Kilian Griesser (M)
    b. January 27, 1835, #27305
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         Kilian Griesser was born on January 27, 1835 at Mittelhof, Germany. He was the son of Franz Xaver Griesser and Magdalena Leber. Kilian Griesser married Genovefa Maier, daughter of Joseph Maier and Antonia Merk. Kilian Griesser died at Philadelphia, PA.

         Children of Kilian Griesser and Genovefa Maier:
    Kilian Griesser
    Wilhelm Griesser
    Genovefa Griesser


      Richard Henderson (M)
      b. April 20, 1735, d. January 30, 1785, #27306
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           Richard Henderson was born on April 20, 1735 at Hanover County, VA. He was the son of Samuel Henderson and Elizabeth Williams. Richard Henderson married Elizabeth Keeling on December 28, 1743 at Oxford, Hanover County, VA.
           He was apparently known as Colonel Henderson in some circles. In Reminiscences and Memoirs of North Carolina, Rutherford County on page 409 is a reference that indicates Colonel Richard Henderson was the same man that bought a large tract of land from the Cherokee. "He [Felix Walker] went in 1755 with Colonel Richard Henderson to Kentucky (then called Louisa). Colonel Henderson had made a purchase in that section from the Cherokee Indians at Long Island on the Holston, they united their forces with Daniel Boone, who was their pilot to 'the promised land'. The company amounted to thirty persons." Richard Henderson died on January 30, 1785 at Hillsborough, Vance County, NC, at age 49.
           He was the subject of the following sketch at Historical Sketches of North Carolina, Vol. I, pp 102-104,:
           RICHARD HENDERSON, the remaining Colonial Judge, was the son of Samuel Henderson. He was born in Hanover County, Virginia, on the 20th of April, 1735. His ancestors by his father's side were from Scotland, and his mother's side (Williams) from Wales.
           His father came to Granville County about 1745; and subsequently was appointed the sheriff of that county. The duties in which his son was employed afforded that practical knowledge of men and things, for which Judge Henderson was distinguished in after life. his early education was as good as the state of the country afforded.
           He read law with his cousin, the late Judge Williams, for twelve months. When he applied for license to the Chief Justice of the colony, whose duty it was to examine applicants, and on his certificate a license to practice was issued by the Governor, he was asked how long he had read, and what books? When the limited time was stated, and the number of books that lie had read, the Judge remarked that it was useless to go into any examination, as no living man could have read and digested the works lie had named, in so short a time. With great promptness and firmness, young Henderson replied, that it was his privilege to apply for a license, and the Judge's duty to examine him; and, if he was not qualified, to reject him; if qualified, to grant the certificate. The Judge, struck with his sensible and spirited reply, proceeded to a most scorching examination. So well did the young man sustain himself that the certificate was granted, with encomiums upon his industry, acquirements, and talents.
           He soon rose to the highest ranks of his profession; and honors and wealth followed.
           A vacancy occurring on the bench, he was appointed by the Governor a Judge of the Superior Court. He sustained this dignified position with fidelity and credit, during an excited and interesting period. He was forced on one occasion to leave Hillsboro by the disturbances of the Regulators
           The troubled times shut up the courts of justice.
           In 1774 the Cherokee Indians offered for sale their lands. He formed a company with John Williams and Leonard Hendly Bullock, of Granville; William Johnston, James Hogg, Thomas Hart, John Lutterell, Nathaniel Hart and David Hart, of Orange County, and made a treaty on the banks of the Watauga River. He purchased from the Indians, for a fair consideration, all their lands south of the Kentucky River, beginning at the mouth or junction of said river with the Ohio to its source, thence south into Tennessee, until a westwardly line should cross the Cumberland Mountain so as to strike the ridge which divides the waters of the Tennessee River from those of the Cumberland, and with that ridge to the Ohio River, and with that river to the mouth of the Kentucky River aforesaid; including a large portion of the States of Tennessee and Kentucky.
           The company took possession of the lands on the 20th of April, 1775; the Indians appointing an agent, John Farrar, to make a delivery according to law.
           The Governor of North Carolina, Martin, issued his proclamation in 1775 declaring this purchase illegal. The State subsequently granted 200,000 acres to the company in lieu of this.
           The State of Virginia declared the same, but granted the company a remuneration of two hundred thousand acres, bounded by the Ohio and Green Rivers.
           The State of Tennessee claimed the lands, but made a similar grant to the company in Powell's Valley.
           In 1770 Judge Henderson was appointed a commissioner to extend the line between Virginia and North Carolina into Powell's Valley. His associates on this commission, were Oroondates Davis, John Williams of Caswell, James Kerr, and William Bailey Smith. A difficulty arose as to the true latitude of 86 30", and the commission was closed.
           This same year, Judge Henderson opened a land office, at the French Lick, now Nashville, Tennessee, for the sale of the company's lands.
      In the summer following he returned home, where in the bosom of his friends and family, lie enjoyed the evening of life in peace and plenty. On the 30th of January, 1785, he died at his seat in Granville, loved and esteemed by all who knew him.
           He left (by his marriage with Elizabeth Keeling, a stepdaughter of the late Judge Williams) six children, Fanny, born 1764. who married Judge McCay, of Salisbury; Richard, born July 1766; Archibald, born August 1768; Elizabeth, who married Alexander, born 1770; Leonard, born 1772; and John Lawson Henderson, born 1778.
           All four sons studied the same profession for which their father had been so distinguished; and their reputation did not disgrace their ancestor. Richard died at the early age of 30, but gave every promise of distinction, had his life been spared ; Archibald was the head of his profession, in Western Carolina, a distinguished member of Congress, and the legislature. Leonard was one of the first lawyers of his day, and attained the eminence of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina; and John, the youngest son, was blessed with a clear mind, and was distinguished for his learning; but, from a diffidence of manner, never exerted himself to use those means to attain the eminence of his illustrious brothers. He was a member of the legislature from Salisbury, Comptroller of the State in 1825, and died at Raleigh in 1843, while attending to his duties as Clerk of the Supreme Court.
           He was the subject of the following sketch at Reminiscences and Memoirs of North Carolina, Granville County, pp 179-183,:
           The Henderson family, has been long favorably known in North Carolina as one of distinguished ability. Its name has been inscribed on a county, on a town, and on a village; the talents of it members have bean displayed at the bar, in the pulpit, on the bench, and in the halls of congress. The progenitor of this family in, North Carolina was Richard Henderson, who came from Hanover County, Virginia, about 1762, and settled in this county [Granville County, North Carolina].
           I found in the Roll's office, London, among the records of the Board of Trade, these entries!
           "1769, March 1st. At a meeting of the Council; present, Governor Tryon, John Rutherford, Benjamin Heron, Lewis De Rosett and Samuel Strudwick.
           "Richard Henderson, Esq., was appointed Associate Judge, &c., as also Maurice Moore, Esq." * * * Mr. Henderson, Governor Tryon reports, "is a gentleman of candor and ability, born in Virginia, and lives in Hillsboro, where he is highly esteemed. The Governor stated that he wished to have appointed to these two places, Mr. Edmund Fanning arid Mr. Marmaduke Jones, but they declined."
           I found among the papers of the Board of Trade, on file in the Rolls Office, London, a letter from Judge Henderson to Governor Tryon, dated September 24th, 1770, at Hillsboro, stating, "on that day, Herman Husbands, James Hunter, William Butler, Ninian Bell Hamilton, Jeremiah Fields, Matthew Hamilton, Eli Branson, Peter Craven, John Fruit. Abraham Teague, and Samuel Parks, armed with cudgels and cowskin whips, broke up the court and attempted to strike the judge, (Henderson) and made bin, leave the bench. They assaulted arid beat John Williams severely, and also Edmund Fanning, until he retreated into the store of Messrs. Johnstone and Thackston; they demolished Fanning's house. Not only were these beaten, but Thomas Hart, John Luttrel, (clerk of the crown) and many others, were severely whipped."
           Another entry, January 25th, 1771, ordered that Richard Henderson, who appeared as prosecutor of the several charges against Thomas Person, should pay all costs.
           Another record "Proclamation of Governor Martin, dated February 10th, 1775, issued as governor and as agent and attorney of Lord Granville, forbidding Richard Henderson from purchasing or holding any lands from the Cherokee Indians."
           Extracted from Governor Martin's dispatch: "I enclose a copy of Lord Dunmore's proclamation, also Richard Henderson's plan of settlement of a large tract of land on the waters of the Kentucky, the Cumberland, the Ohio, and the Tennessee."
           These extracts prove the enterprise and character of Judge Henderson, under the royal rule, After independence had been declared, and the state government organized and established in North Carolina, he was elected one of three judges of the court, which he declined to accept, or resigned in a few months. The chief reason that caused this, was that Judge Henderson was at that time the chief manager of the "Transylvania Land Company." He and his associates had bought, for a fair consideration, of the Cherokee Indians, who had offered their lands for sale, a rich tract of country, in which was embraced a considerable portion of Kentucky and Tennessee, The treaty by which this purchase was made was concluded in 1775, on the Watanga river, at which Daniel Boone was present. The states of Virginia and North Carolina declared this void.
           His associates in this transaction were John Williams, Leonard Henly Bullock, of Granville, William Johnston, James Hogg, Thomas Hart, of Orange.
      The company took possession of these lands on April 20th, 1775.
      The Governor of North Carolina, (Martin) by proclamation, declared this purchase illegal; the state of Virginia did the same, and the state of Tennessee claimed these lands; but the states of North Carolina and Virginia each subsequently granted to the company 200,000 acres as remuneration.
           In 1779, Judge Henderson was appointed with Oroondates Davis, John Williams, of Otis- well, James Kerr, and William Baily Smith, to run the line between Virginia and North Carolina into Powell's Valley.
           The same year lie opened a land office at the French Lick, (now Nashville) for the sale of the company's lands,
           Judge Henderson had several brothers, the youngest of whom was Major Pleasant Henderson. He was born in 1750, and served in the war of the revolution. In 1789, he succeeded John Haywood, as clerk of the House of Commons, which position he held for forty years, continuously. He married, (1786) a daughter of Colonel James Martin, of Stokes County, and settled at Chapel Hill, where he resided for many years, and vetoed a large family. He moved in 1831 to Tennessee, where he died in 1842 in the 85th year of his age, leaving Dr. Pleasant Henderson, of Salisbury, born 1802; Dr. Alexander Martin Henderson, born 1807; Mrs. Hamilton C. Jones, of Rowan County.
           Judge Henderson married Elizabeth Keeling, a step-daughter of Judge Williams, and had six children.
           I. Fanny, born 1701; married to Judge Spruce McCay, of Salisbury,
           II. Richard, born July, 1760.
           III. Archibald, born 1708.
           IV. Elizabeth, born 1770; married William Lee Alexander.
           V. Leonard, born 1778.
           VI. John Lawson, born 1770.
           Judge Richard Henderson returned home front Tennessee in 1780, and surrounded by peace and plenty, esteemed and loved by all who knew him, he departed this life on January30, 1785.
           His daughters, intelligent and accomplished, married men of ability and high reputation. Each of his sons studied the profession of the Law, in which their father was distinguished, and they did his name no dishonor.

           Children of Richard Henderson and Elizabeth Keeling:
      Frances "Fanny" Henderson   b. 1764
      Richard Henderson   b. July, 1766
      Archibald Henderson   b. August, 1768, d. October 21, 1822
      Elizabeth Henderson   b. 1770
      Leonard Henderson   b. 1772
      John Lawson Henderson   b. 1778


        Mary Henderson (F)
        b. January 10, 1722/23, #27307
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             Mary Henderson was born on January 10, 1722/23. She was the daughter of Samuel Henderson and Elizabeth Williams. Mary Henderson married Jacob Mitchell between 1746 and 1771.


          Reubin Searcy (M)
          b. September 22, 1782, d. between 1813 and 1872, #27308
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               Reubin Searcy was born on September 22, 1782. He was the son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susannah Elizabeth Jett. Reubin Searcy married Polly Brackin between 1813 and 1847. Reubin Searcy died between 1813 and 1872.


            Polly Brackin (F)
            b. between 1778 and 1798, d. between 1813 and 1882, #27309

                 Polly Brackin was born between 1778 and 1798. She married Reubin Searcy, son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susannah Elizabeth Jett, between 1813 and 1847. Polly Brackin died between 1813 and 1882.


              Elizabeth Keeling (F)
              #27310

                   Elizabeth Keeling married Richard Henderson, son of Samuel Henderson and Elizabeth Williams, on December 28, 1743 at Oxford, Hanover County, VA.

                   Children of Elizabeth Keeling and Richard Henderson:
              Frances "Fanny" Henderson   b. 1764
              Richard Henderson   b. July, 1766
              Archibald Henderson   b. August, 1768, d. October 21, 1822
              Elizabeth Henderson   b. 1770
              Leonard Henderson   b. 1772
              John Lawson Henderson   b. 1778


                Karl Griesser (M)
                #27311
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                     Karl Griesser was the son of Francis Zavier Griesser and Harriet Evans.


                  Kilian Griesser (M)
                  #27312
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                       Kilian Griesser was born at Mittelhof, Germany. He was the son of Kilian Griesser and Genovefa Maier.


                    Wilhelm Griesser (M)
                    #27313
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                         Wilhelm Griesser was born at Mittelhof, Germany. He was the son of Kilian Griesser and Genovefa Maier.


                      Genovefa Griesser (F)
                      #27314
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                           Genovefa Griesser was born at Mittelhof, Germany. She died at Milwaukee, WI. She was the daughter of Kilian Griesser and Genovefa Maier.


                        Genovefa Maier (F)
                        b. April 17, 1833, #27315
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                             Genovefa Maier was born on April 17, 1833 at Stetten, Baden, Germany. She was the daughter of Joseph Maier and Antonia Merk. Genovefa Maier married Kilian Griesser, son of Franz Xaver Griesser and Magdalena Leber. Genovefa Maier died at Philadelphia, PA.

                             Children of Genovefa Maier and Kilian Griesser:
                        Kilian Griesser
                        Wilhelm Griesser
                        Genovefa Griesser


                          Antonia Merk (F)
                          #27316

                               Antonia Merk married Joseph Maier.

                               Child of Antonia Merk and Joseph Maier:
                          Genovefa Maier+   b. April 17, 1833


                            Joseph Maier (M)
                            #27317

                                 Joseph Maier married Antonia Merk.

                                 Child of Joseph Maier and Antonia Merk:
                            Genovefa Maier+   b. April 17, 1833


                              Joseph Heinzelman (M)
                              b. circa 1830, d. between 1880 and 1922, #27318

                                   Joseph Heinzelman was born circa 1830. He married Antonia Griesser, daughter of Father _____ Griesser. Joseph Heinzelman died between 1880 and 1922.

                                   Children of Joseph Heinzelman and Antonia Griesser:
                              Sabina Heinzelman   b. October 17, 1852
                              Rosaline Heinzelman   b. November 25, 1855
                              Klara Heinzelman   b. November 5, 1856
                              Klara #2 Heinzelman   b. June 16, 1858
                              Maria Heinzelman   b. June 23, 1865
                              Donatus Heinzelman   b. August 5, 1879


                                Donatus Heinzelman (M)
                                b. August 5, 1879, #27319
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                                     Donatus Heinzelman was born on August 5, 1879. He was the son of Joseph Heinzelman and Antonia Griesser.


                                  Rosaline Heinzelman (F)
                                  b. November 25, 1855, #27320
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                                       Rosaline Heinzelman was born on November 25, 1855. She was the daughter of Joseph Heinzelman and Antonia Griesser.


                                    Klara Heinzelman (F)
                                    b. November 5, 1856, #27321
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                                         Klara Heinzelman was born on November 5, 1856. She was the daughter of Joseph Heinzelman and Antonia Griesser.


                                      Klara #2 Heinzelman (F)
                                      b. June 16, 1858, #27322
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                                           Klara #2 Heinzelman was born on June 16, 1858. She was the daughter of Joseph Heinzelman and Antonia Griesser.


                                        Sabina Heinzelman (F)
                                        b. October 17, 1852, #27323
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                                             Sabina Heinzelman was born on October 17, 1852. She was the daughter of Joseph Heinzelman and Antonia Griesser.


                                          Anthony Batt (M)
                                          b. June 6, 1840, d. January 5, 1916, #27324

                                               Anthony Batt was born on June 6, 1840 at Baden, Germany. He married Balbina Griesser, daughter of Father _____ Griesser. Anthony Batt died on January 5, 1916 at age 75.

                                               Children of Anthony Batt and Balbina Griesser:
                                          Joseph Batt   b. September 2, 1867
                                          William Anton Batt   b. February 11, 1869
                                          John Batt   b. circa May 7, 1873


                                            Joseph Batt (M)
                                            b. September 2, 1867, #27325
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                                                 Joseph Batt was born on September 2, 1867. He was the son of Anthony Batt and Balbina Griesser.


                                              William Anton Batt (M)
                                              b. February 11, 1869, #27326
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                                                   William Anton Batt was born on February 11, 1869. He was the son of Anthony Batt and Balbina Griesser.


                                                John Batt (M)
                                                b. circa May 7, 1873, #27327
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                                                     John Batt was born circa May 7, 1873. He was the son of Anthony Batt and Balbina Griesser.


                                                  Father _____ Griesser (M)
                                                  #27328
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                                                       Father _____ Griesser was the son of Matthias Griesser and Agatha Lang.

                                                       Children of Father _____ Griesser:
                                                  Antonia Griesser+   b. between 1814 and 1841, d. between 1881 and 1930
                                                  Balbina Griesser+   b. March 31, 1838, d. circa March 28, 1875


                                                    Martin Leber (M)
                                                    b. November, 1779, d. March 10, 1850, #27329

                                                         Martin Leber was born in November, 1779 at Dettighofen, Germany. He married Helena Schafer. Martin Leber died on March 10, 1850 at Dettighofen, Germany, at age 70.

                                                         Child of Martin Leber and Helena Schafer:
                                                    Magdalena Leber+   b. circa 1806


                                                      Helena Schafer (F)
                                                      b. November 7, 1779, d. January 23, 1828, #27330

                                                           Helena Schafer was born on November 7, 1779 at Dettighofen, Germany. She married Martin Leber. Helena Schafer died on January 23, 1828 at Dettighofen, Germany, at age 48.

                                                           Child of Helena Schafer and Martin Leber:
                                                      Magdalena Leber+   b. circa 1806


                                                        Johan Sutherland (F)
                                                        #27331
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                                                             Johan Sutherland was the daughter of Gethan Sutherland and Belle Olson.


                                                          Infant Smith (F)
                                                          b. 1692, #27332
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                                                               Infant Smith was born in 1692. She was the daughter of William Smith and Mary Croasdale.


                                                            Infant Smith (F)
                                                            b. 1694, #27333
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                                                                 Infant Smith was born in 1694. She was the daughter of William Smith and Mary Croasdale.


                                                              Mary Smith (F)
                                                              b. February 9, 1695/96, d. between 1735 and 1791, #27334
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                                                                   Mary Smith was born on February 9, 1695/96. She was the daughter of William Smith and Mary Croasdale. Mary Smith married John Atkinson Sr. on August 13, 1717. Mary Smith died between 1735 and 1791.

                                                                   Children of Mary Smith and John Atkinson Sr.:
                                                              John Atkinson Jr.   b. 1718
                                                              William Atkinson   b. 1721
                                                              Thomas Atkinson   b. 1722
                                                              Christopher Atkinson   b. 1723
                                                              Mary Atkinson   b. 1725
                                                              Ezekiel Atkinson   b. 1728
                                                              Cephas Atkinson   b. 1730
                                                              Elizabeth Atkinson   b. 1732


                                                                Thomas Smith Sr. (M)
                                                                b. December 20, 1696, d. February 27, 1749/50, #27335
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                                                                     Thomas Smith Sr. was born on December 20, 1696. He was the son of William Smith and Mary Croasdale. Thomas Smith Sr. married Elizabeth Sanders on September 20, 1716. Thomas Smith Sr. died on February 27, 1749/50 at age 53.

                                                                     Children of Thomas Smith Sr. and Elizabeth Sanders:
                                                                Elizabeth Smith   b. between 1719 and 1746
                                                                Mary Smith   b. between 1719 and 1746
                                                                Jacob Smith   b. between 1719 and 1746
                                                                Margaret Smith   b. between 1720 and 1744
                                                                Ephraim Smith   b. between 1722 and 1751
                                                                Thomas Smith Jr.   b. June 13, 1728
                                                                Samuel Smith   b. March 17, 1729/30
                                                                William Smith   b. January 6, 1731/32


                                                                  William Jr. Smith (M)
                                                                  b. November 2, 1697, d. September 29, 1777, #27336
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                                                                       William Jr. Smith was born on November 2, 1697. He was the son of William Smith and Mary Croasdale. William Jr. Smith married Rebecca Wilson on February 8, 1721/22. William Jr. Smith died on September 29, 1777 at age 79.

                                                                       Children of William Jr. Smith and Rebecca Wilson:
                                                                  Mary Smith   b. between 1717 and 1738
                                                                  Stephen Smith   b. between 1718 and 1755
                                                                  Rebecca Smith   b. between 1719 and 1761
                                                                  Sarah Smith   b. March 12, 1723/24
                                                                  William Smith   b. 1726
                                                                  Thomas Smith   b. October 30, 1728
                                                                  Rachel Smith   b. circa 1737
                                                                  Isaac Smith   b. October 12, 1741


                                                                    Asa Searcy (M)
                                                                    b. January 6, 1762, d. 1815, #27337
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                                                                         Asa Searcy was born on January 6, 1762 at Granville County, NC. He married Elizabeth ______. Asa Searcy was the son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson. Asa Searcy married Frances Jett on January 7, 1794. Asa Searcy died in 1815 at Greenville, Washington County, MS.

                                                                         Children of Asa Searcy and Frances Jett:
                                                                    Elizabeth Searcy
                                                                    Archibald Searcy


                                                                      Bennett Searcy (M)
                                                                      b. July 7, 1765, d. between 1796 and 1855, #27338
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                                                                           Bennett Searcy was born on July 7, 1765 at Granville County, NC. He was the son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson. Bennett Searcy married Mary B. Wendell between 1796 and 1830. Bennett Searcy died between 1796 and 1855. He married Nancy Cross on December 17, 1796 at Davidson County, TN.

                                                                           Child of Bennett Searcy and Mary B. Wendell:
                                                                      Marsha Foster Searcy


                                                                        Mary Rodgers (F)
                                                                        #27339


                                                                          Sarah Searcy (F)
                                                                          b. January 16, 1761, d. January 16, 1761, #27340
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                                                                               Sarah Searcy died on January 16, 1761 at age 0. She was born on January 16, 1761. She was the daughter of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson.


                                                                            Henrietta Searcy (F)
                                                                            b. October 6, 1763, d. between 1791 and 1857, #27341
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                                                                                 Henrietta Searcy was born on October 6, 1763 at Granville County, NC. She was the daughter of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson. Henrietta Searcy married Sherwood Harris Jr. between 1791 and 1825. Henrietta Searcy died between 1791 and 1857.


                                                                              Thomas Searcy (M)
                                                                              b. January 28, 1767, d. 1844, #27342
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                                                                                   Thomas Searcy was born on January 28, 1767 at Granville County, NC. He was the son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson. Thomas Searcy married Anne Martin in 1793. Thomas Searcy died in 1844.

                                                                                   Child of Thomas Searcy and Anne Martin:
                                                                              Maria A. Searcy   b. between 1788 and 1817, d. between 1793 and 1898


                                                                                John Searcy (M)
                                                                                b. November 8, 1770, d. between 1796 and 1861, #27343
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                                                                                     John Searcy was born on November 8, 1770 at Granville County, NC. He was the son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson. John Searcy married Mary Williams in 1790. John Searcy died between 1796 and 1861.


                                                                                  Elizabeth Searcy (F)
                                                                                  b. December 8, 1772, d. before December 16, 1825, #27344
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                                                                                       Elizabeth Searcy was born on December 8, 1772 at Granville County, NC. She was the daughter of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson. Elizabeth Searcy married Emery P. White between 1800 and 1821 at Rutherford County, TN. Elizabeth Searcy married Franklin W. Desha. Elizabeth Searcy died before December 16, 1825.


                                                                                    Polly Searcy (F)
                                                                                    b. December 11, 1774, d. February 15, 1823, #27345
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                                                                                         Polly Searcy was born on December 11, 1774 at TN. She was the daughter of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson. Polly Searcy married Francis Richardson between 1802 and 1836. Polly Searcy died on February 15, 1823 at age 48.


                                                                                      William Washington Searcy (M)
                                                                                      b. January 1, 1769, d. between 1772 and 1861, #27346
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                                                                                           William Washington Searcy was born on January 1, 1769 at Warren County, NC. He was the son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson. William Washington Searcy died between 1772 and 1861 at Granville County, NC. He married Elizabeth Harris on January 22, 1797. William Washington Searcy married Sarah Morton on September 18, 1806. William Washington Searcy married Sarah Campbell on May 6, 1838.


                                                                                        Frances Jett (F)
                                                                                        b. between 1758 and 1777, d. between 1793 and 1862, #27347

                                                                                             Frances Jett was born between 1758 and 1777. She died between 1793 and 1862. She married Asa Searcy, son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson, on January 7, 1794.

                                                                                             Children of Frances Jett and Asa Searcy:
                                                                                        Elizabeth Searcy
                                                                                        Archibald Searcy


                                                                                          Sherwood Harris Jr. (M)
                                                                                          b. between 1746 and 1766, d. between 1791 and 1852, #27348

                                                                                               Sherwood Harris Jr. was born between 1746 and 1766. He married Henrietta Searcy, daughter of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson, between 1791 and 1825. Sherwood Harris Jr. died between 1791 and 1852.


                                                                                            Mary B. Wendell (F)
                                                                                            b. between 1761 and 1781, d. between 1796 and 1865, #27349

                                                                                                 Mary B. Wendell was born between 1761 and 1781. She married Bennett Searcy, son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson, between 1796 and 1830. Mary B. Wendell died between 1796 and 1865.

                                                                                                 Child of Mary B. Wendell and Bennett Searcy:
                                                                                            Marsha Foster Searcy


                                                                                              Anne Martin (F)
                                                                                              b. between 1763 and 1783, d. between 1798 and 1867, #27350

                                                                                                   Anne Martin was born between 1763 and 1783. She married Thomas Searcy, son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson, in 1793. Anne Martin died between 1798 and 1867.

                                                                                                   Child of Anne Martin and Thomas Searcy:
                                                                                              Maria A. Searcy   b. between 1788 and 1817, d. between 1793 and 1898


                                                                                                Maria A. Searcy (F)
                                                                                                b. between 1788 and 1817, d. between 1793 and 1898, #27351
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                                                                                                     Maria A. Searcy was born between 1788 and 1817. She was the daughter of Thomas Searcy and Anne Martin. Maria A. Searcy died between 1793 and 1898.


                                                                                                  Kazeah Williams (F)
                                                                                                  #27352

                                                                                                       Kazeah Williams married William Hargrave Searcy, son of John Searcy and Phoebe Hargrave, at Granville County, NC.


                                                                                                    Mary Williams (F)
                                                                                                    b. between 1753 and 1777, d. between 1795 and 1866, #27353

                                                                                                         Mary Williams was born between 1753 and 1777. She married John Searcy, son of Colonel Reuben Searcy and Susanna Henderson, in 1790. Mary Williams died between 1795 and 1866.



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