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Contact Rev. Cynthia Vold Forde with additions and corrections (spiritsouth@gmail.com).

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Thanks to Peter Stebbins Craig for his transcriptions and historical expertise.

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Thanks to Pat Bezet, Don Clarke, Roy White, Myra Gormley and ElaRuth McCullough for documents and transcriptions.

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Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde and to Raquel Lindaas ( ?? link to her web site) and George Ott of Heritage Consulting in Salt Lake City.

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Thanks to Bess Antes and Grace Turner for several depositions from North Carolina in 1796.

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1704Bankston, Lawrence1704 (est.)Lawrence BanksonPhiladelphia County, PAbirthno reference[#226]at Poquessing Creek ??WHERE does this date come from??

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1726Bankston, Lawrence1726 (guess)Lawrence BanksonPhiladelphia County, PAmarriageno reference[#226]Lawrence Bankson married Rebecca Hendricks, daughter of John and Rebeckah (Groesbeck)(Wells) Hendricks

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1729 Aug 5Bankston, Lawrence5 Aug 1729Lawrence BanksonLancaster County, PAjurorHawbaker, Lancaster County Quarter Session Abstracts, p. 2[#226]1st session of Lancaster Co. court

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1735Bankston, Lawrence1735 (est.)Lawrence BankstonPennsylvania (guess)birthJames Lea deposition of 1793 - third son of Laurance Bankstonhttp://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#2265]

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1737 May 3Bankston, Lawrence3 May 1737Lawrence BanksonPennsylvania (guess - Maryland a possibility)courtThe Frontier Hendricks, p. 193http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dhcm9pqw_4vkmbhv[#226]ordered to give bond for appearance & good behavior. Probable Lawrence's half brother-in-law. Involved in Cresap's Maryland-Pennsylvania border disputes.

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1744Bankston, Lawrence1744Lawrence BankstonEdgecomb County, NCtax listNorth Carolina Taxpayers 1701-1786[#226]

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1744 Nov 24Bankston, Lawrence24 Nov 1744Laurence BanksonEdgecomb County, NCland grantJournal of North Carolina Genealogy citing Council Journal File #G.O.115 page 94 at the Archives in Raleigh[#226]granted 50 acres of free land for each of the two members listed as his family

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1746Bankston, Lawrence1746Laurence BanksonGranville County, NCnew county formed[#226]Marlow's Creek became part of Granville

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1747 Sep 2Bankston, Lawrence2 Sept 1747Mr. BankstonGranville County, NCjusticeHistory and Genealogies of Old Granville Co.,NC, 1746-1800[#226]“the list of taxables returned by Mr. Bankston”

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1747-1752Bankston, Lawrence1747-1752Lawrence BanksonGranville County, NCcourtno reference[#226]Lawrence appointed justice on county court

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1747-1779Bankston, Lawrence1747-1779 (undated)Lawrence BankstonGranville County, NCroad petitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/AnsonCountyPetitionSignatures[#226]original signature; full list of nameshttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures/photo#5120046229455083314

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1749 Jun 1Bankston, Lawrence1 Jun 1749Lawrence Bankston Esq, Capt.Granville County, NCmilitaryHistories and Genealogies of Old Granville County, North Carolina, 1746-1800[#226]on the west side of Aaron's Creek (named for Aaron Pinson whose children inherited from estate of Christopher Rambo in 1747)

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1749 Jun 1Bankston, Lawrence1 June 1749Capt., Esq. BankstonGranville County, NCmilitaryHistory and Genealogies of Old Granville Co.,NC, 1746-1800[#226]“on the West side of Aaron’s Cr.” commissioned by Gabriel Johnston Gov.

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1749/50 Jan 6Bankston, Lawrence6 Jan 1749/50Lawrence BankstonYork County, PAdebtorestate of John Hendricks[#226]

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1750Bankston, Lawrence1750Lawrence BanksonGranville County, NCtax listNorth Carolina Genealogical Society Journal[#226]3 polls. Lawrence enumerated the inhabitants for the tax list (does this mean that he could write names?)

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1751 Dec 5Bankston, Lawrence5 Dec 1751Lawrence BankstonGranville County, NCjusticeHistory and Genealogies of Old Granville Co.,NC, 1746-1800[#226]Trial of John Betty Yeoman

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1752Bankston, Lawrence1752Lawrence Bankson, Esq., Capt.Orange County, NC (guess)vestrymanThe State Record of North Carolina, vol. 23:384[#226]Lawrence was appointed vestryman for St. Matthews Parish (Episcopal)Others appointed were Alexander Maben, James Watson, Mark Morgan, John Pattison, Andrew Mitchell, Thomas Loveletter, James Ellison, William Bolling, John Gray, John Pitman, and Joseph Tate

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1752 Jun 12Bankston, Lawrence12 Jun 1752Lawrence BanksonOrange County, NCcourtOrange County, 1752-1952[#226]Lawrence appointed justice of the peace in the newly formed county

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1752 Sep 9Bankston, Lawrence9 Sep 1752Lawrence BanksonOrange County, NCcourtOrange Co., NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Session Minutes, 1:1-2[#226]Lawrence presided over first session of court

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1752-1758Bankston, Lawrence1752-1758Lawrence BankstonOrange County, NCroadsno reference[#226]Lawrence appointed commissioner of roads

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1752-1766Bankston, Lawrence1752-1766Lawrence Bankston, JrOrange County, NCcourtAbstracts of the minutes of the court of pleas and quarter sessions of Orange County in the province of NC September 1752 through August 1766[#226]

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1754Bankston, Lawrence1754 (est)Lawrence BankstonNorth CarolinabirthChristian Index, GA Archives 17 Jan 1845[#22622]Another Rev. Soldier Gone - in his 90th year; named as a son of Peter in Isaac Bankston deposition of 1859; shown as heir of Peter's estate in 1806

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1754 Jul 12Bankston, Lawrence12 Jul 1754Laurence BanksonOrange County, NCland grant surveyThe Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, Abstracts of Land Grants, 2:247 #3646 citing Patent Book 14, page 343[#226]595 acres in Orange County in the Parish of St. Matthew on both sides of [the] North Hico, adjoining both sides of Panther Creek and both sides of a Fork of Panther Creek. Survey signed by Larrance Bankson as SCC (sworn chain carrier)Andrew Caddell other SCC

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1754 Jul 12Bankston, Lawrence12 Jul 1754Laurence BanksonOrange County, NCland grant surveyThe Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, Abstracts of Land Grants, 2:247 #3646 citing Patent Book 14, page 343[#2265]595 acres in Orange County in the Parish of St. Matthew on both sides of [the] North Hico, adjoining both sides of Panther Creek and both sides of a Fork of Panther Creek. Survey signed by Larrance Bankson as SCC (sworn chain carrier)Andrew Caddell other SCC

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1755Bankston, Lawrence1755Lawrence Bankston, Esq.Orange County, NCtaxed for 5 pollsNorth Carolina Taxpayers 1679-1790, 2:10[#226]Lawrence Bankston and sons - 5 white polls to be counted poll, the sons had to be over 16

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1756 Nov 11Bankston, Lawrence11 Nov 1756Capt. BanksoneOrange County, NCdeedOrange Co. Records, Granville Proprietary Land Office, Loose Papers[#226]warrant granted 640 acres to James Talbert

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1757 May 23Bankston, Lawrence23 May 1757Lawrence BankstonOrange County, NCjusticeThe Colonial Records of North Carolina, vol. 5:813[#226]Others were James Walsom, Alexander Mebin, John Gray, John Pryor, Joseph Boggs, Lawrence Thompson, Josiah Dickson, John Patterson, James Allison, Andrew Mitchell, John McGee, Thomas Loyd, William Reed, William Charlton, Robert Abercromby, Hugh Porter, William Lee, Richard Parker and Joab Brooks Esq.

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1758Bankston, Lawrence1758Lawrence BankstonOrange County, NCroadsAbstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Orange County in the Province of North Carolina Sep 1752 through Aug 1766, p. 196 citing Orange County Minutes 2:148[#226]

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1761 Jan 23Bankston, Lawrence23 Jan 1761Laurence BanksonOrange County, NCland grant recordedThe Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, Abstracts of Land Grants, 2:247 #3646 citing Patent Book 14, page 343http://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/BANKSTONRWSDocumentation[#226]595 acres on North Hico (see 12 Jul 1754). Signature could be Lawrence Jr. or Sr.http://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/BANKSTONRWSDocumentation/photo#5076458999694306610

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1761 Oct 13Bankston, Lawrence13 Oct 1761Lawr. BankstonOrange County, NCneighborThe Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, Abstracts of Land Grants, 2:241, #3586[#226]Thomas Anderson received a grant for 225 acres on both sides of Rich land Creek of the Hicoe adjoining Lawr Bankston (also spelled Laurence Bankson)

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1765 AugBankston, LawrenceAug 1765Lawrence Bankston, JrOrange County, NCsued for debtsAbstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Orange County in the Province of North Carolina Sep 1752 through Aug 1766, p. 197 citing Orange County Minutes 3:435[#226]with Lawrence Sr and Andrew, suit by Nash & McNair

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1765 AugBankston, LawrenceAug 1765Lawrence Bankston, Sr.Orange County, NCsued for debtsAbstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Orange County in the Province of North Carolina Sep 1752 through Aug 1766, p. 197 citing Orange County Minutes 3:435[#226]with Lawrence Jr and Andrew, suit by Nash & McNair

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1770Bankston, Lawrence1770Captain BanktonlandmarkThe State Records of North Carolina, vol. 23:819 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde)[#226]An Act passed in 1770 to prevent avaricious seining of fish mentions "Broad River, as far up as Captain Bankton's Place."

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1771Bankston, Lawrence1771Lawrence BankstonOrange County, NCdeathno reference[#226]vs James Lea deposition that Lawrence died before the War in Anson County

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1772 Sep 28Bankston, Lawrence28 Sept 1772Lawrence BankstonOrange County, NCdeedOrange Co., NC Deed Bk 3 p. 486[#226]land sale, William Few, Junr to James Milner. Land previously sold by Lawrence Bankston to Robert Willy to William Few.

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1776Bankston, Lawrence1776Lawrence BankstonAnson County, NCdeathJames Lea deposition of ??datehttp://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#226]vs died in 1771

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1777Bankston, Lawrence1777 (est)Lawrence BankstonNorth CarolinamarriageN.S.D.A.R. # 804758[#22622]to Nancy, dau of Joseph Henderson & Adelphia Lea

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1778Bankston, Lawrence1778Lawrance BankstonAnson County, NCpetitionPetition of inhabitants of Anson Co. re: formation of Montgomery Co. Journal of North Carolina Genealogy 10:1244[#22622]

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1779Bankston, Lawrence1779Lawrence BanksonAnson County, NCpetition signed by inhabitants for the formation of Montgomery CountyAnson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early Records, pp. 73, 85, 91, 104, 108, 136, 143[#22622]

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1779 Sep 27Bankston, Lawrence27 Sep 1779Lawrence BankstonMontgomery County, NCdeedAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 11 #154[#22622]Larrance Bankston entered 200 acres of land on Watery Creek bordering William Harnes

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1782Bankston, Lawrence1782Lawrence BankstonMontgomery County, NCtax listNorth Carolina Taxpayers 1679-1790, 2:10[#22622]200 acres ?? Could this have sometimes been reading as Susanna?

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1782Bankston, Lawrence1782Lawrence BankstonMontgomery County, NCtaxAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 11 #154[#22622]Larrance Bankston entered 200 acres of land on Watery Creek bordering William Harnes

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1782Bankston, Lawrence1782 (guess)Lawrence BankstonGeorgiaRevolutionay WarDon Clarke citing 1832 Wilkes Co. list of eligibles for a draw in the land lotteryhttp://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/BANKSTONRWSDocumentation[#22622]Lawrence served in the NC Militia or the Georgia Militiahttp://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/BANKSTONRWSDocumentation/photo#5076458913794960674

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1783 Nov 4Bankston, Lawrence4 Nov 1783Lawrence BankstonGuilford County, NClandAbstracts of Land Entries: Guilford Co., NC 1779-1796 and Rockingham Co., NC 1790-1795entered 150 acres of land in Guilford Co., NC on Wolf Island Creek and another 100 acres on the waters of Wolf Island Creek

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1783 Oct 11Bankston, Lawrence11 Oct 1783Lawrence BankstonGuilford County, NClandAbstracts of Land Entries: Guilford Co., NC 1779-1796 and Rockingham Co., NC 1790-1795200 acres granted to him

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1784 Mar 31Bankston, Lawrence31 Mar 1784Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAmoveWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:204[#22622]Lawrence Bankston Jr., late of North Carolina, now of said county comes recommended to us a good citizen and prays for an allowance of land given under our hand.

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1784 Mar 31Bankston, Lawrence31 Mar 1784Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAland grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book HHH:63[#22622]28.5 acres on Kettle Creek

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1784 Oct 8Bankston, Lawrence8 Oct 1784Lawrence BankstonMontgomery County, NCneighborAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 29 #425[#22622]James Gray entered 100 acres on SW side of Deep Creek including improvement formerly the property of Laurence Bankston

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1785Bankston, Lawrence1785Lawrence BankstonGuilford County, NCroad crewOld Guilford North Carolina Court Minutes, 1781-1788, p. LL #183overseer of a section of road from "Centrel meeting house to Governor's road"

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1785Bankston, Lawrence1785Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAland grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book HHH:63[#22622]additional grant of 200 acres

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1785Bankston, Lawrence1785Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:20[#22622]one poll, 400 acres

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1785Bankston, Lawrence1785Laurence BankstonWilkes County, GAtax recordsWilkes County, Georgia Tax Records 1785[#22622]400 acres 400 acres 3rd quality lands

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1785Bankston, Lawrence1785Laurence BankstonWilkes County, GAland grantIndex to Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia 1756-1909[#22622]Grant Book HHH at page 63; 200 acres

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1785 Nov 2Bankston, Lawrence2 Nov 1785Laurence BankstonWilkes County, GAland grantDeed Book CC 1787-1789, p. 58[#22622]200 acres on a branch of Kettle Creek

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1785 Nov 2Bankston, Lawrence2 Nov 1785Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 1:259[#22622]William Seals Muse and wife Judith sold to Laurence Bankston 200 acres on a branch of Kettle Creek adjacent to Mary McNabb where he lived at that time.

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1785-179xBankston, Lawrence1785-179xLawrence BankstonRockingham County, NCdeedsno reference

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1786Bankston, Lawrence1786Larence BankstonWashington Co, GAland recordIndex to Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia 1756-190970 acres 2nd quality land; 130 acres 3rd quality land ; Slaves (result is blank)

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1786Bankston, Lawrence1786Larence BankstonWilkes County, GAland recordIndex to Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia 1756-1909"[#22622]200 acres third quality land; 1 slave

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1786 Feb 21Bankston, Lawrence21 Feb 1786Lawrence BankstonGuilford County, NCappraised estateOld Guilford North Carolina Court Minutes, 1781-1788, p. FF #149appraised the estate of Benjamin Granger

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1787 Aug 20Bankston, Lawrence20 Aug 1787Laurence BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedEarly Records of Georgia, Wilkes County, Volume I, page 265[#22622]350 acres Deed Book CC - 1787, page 154

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1787 Aug 20Bankston, Lawrence20 Aug 1787Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAland grantWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 1:265[#22622]Lawrence bought 350 acres of Jeremiah Bogges and wife Hannah, witnessed by Joseph Henderson and Merimiah Hines

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1787 Nov 8Bankston, Lawrence8 Nov 1787Lawrence BankstonGuilford County, NClandAbstracts of Land Entries: Guilford Co., NC 1779-1796 and Rockingham Co., NC 1790-1795, p. 8200 acres sold to Wendel Miller

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1790Bankston, Lawrence1790 (approx)Laurence BankstonWashington County, GAland grantsSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 153

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1790Bankston, Lawrence1790 (approx)Lawrence BankstoneWashington County, GAsurveyors recordsSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 160

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1793Bankston, Lawrence1793Lawrence BankstonWashington County, GAland recordsIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book CCCC:225200 acres

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1793-1826Bankston, Lawrence1793-1826Lauren BankstonSouth CarolinadeedsBankston Cousins15 deeds. Laurens is illiterate

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1793-1826Bankston, Lawrence1793-1826Lawrence BankstonSouth CarolinadeedsBankston Cousins15 deeds. Lawrence can write and has wife Sara

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1794Bankston, Lawrence1794Laurence BankstonWilkes County, GAtax recordsSome Early Tax Digests of Georgia 1790-1818" at page 310[#22622]240 acres adj James Echols 3 slaves

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1794 Nov 8Bankston, Lawrence8 Nov 1794Larry BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedGeorgia Deed Book NN, 1795-1796, p. 217[#22622]Lea grandchildren land adjoins Larry Bankston on the SW side

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1795 Jul 31Bankston, Lawrence31 July 1795Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAdeeded slavesWilkes County, Georgia, Court of Ordinary Wills, 1837-1877[#22622]Lawrence and wife, Nanny, 350 acres to Peter Strozier

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1795 Oct 27Bankston, Lawrence27 Oct 1795Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedDeed Book NN, pg. 217 & 219 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde)[#22622]William Lea to Lawrence Bankston, both of Wilkes Co., for £10, 94 acres on Kettle Creek waters, sdj. SW by Lawrence Bankston and James Eckols, N by Thos. Lea, E by William Lea, S by Subtrine

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1796Bankston, Lawrence1796Lawrence BankstonSpartanburg District, SCmessengerBankston CousinsLawrence was messenger with the Bethel Association

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1797 OctBankston, Lawrence1797 OctoberLawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedno reference[#22622]

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1800Bankston, Lawrence1800Lawrence BankstonSpartanburg County, SCcensusFederal census

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1803Bankston, Lawrence1803Laurence BankstonWilkes County, GAland lotteryEarly Records of Georgia, Wilkes County, Volume I," page 314[#22622]2 draws

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1806Bankston, Lawrence1806Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAheadrightno reference[#22622]headright land grant of 200 acres on Kettle Creek

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1806Bankston, Lawrence1806Lawrence BankstonSpartanburg County, SChearingPaul Dalbeccompetancy hearing of Isaac Cantrell

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1807Bankston, Lawrence1807Lawrence BankstonClarke County, GAwitnessWill Book "A', Clarke Co., GA 1803-1822.' Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 18: p. 1165[#22622]Lawrence signed as a witness to the will of his brother, William Bankston

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1807Bankston, Lawrence1807Lawrence BankstonSpartanburg District, SCwitnessBankston Cousins citing Sp. Conveyance Book H. p.1Lawrence witnessed a power of attorney for John Bankston

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1810Bankston, Lawrence1810Lauren BankstonSpartanburg County, SCcensusFederal censusLauren Bankston over age 45 with female over 35

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1815 May 31Bankston, Lawrence31 May 1815 (?)Laurence BanckstonClarke County, GAreceiptloose papershttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#22622]Laurence Banckston, for his share of estate of Peter Bankston deceased from John Bankston administratorhttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures/photo#5120873332782110834

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1815 May 31Bankston, Lawrence31 May 1815Laurence BanckstonWilkes County, GAreceiptestate of Peter Bankston in 1804[#22622]signature looks like Susssana Banckston

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1820Bankston, Lawrence1820Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAcensusU.S. Federal Census Wilkes, GA[#22622]1 male 10-16; 1 male over 45; 1 female over 45

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1828Bankston, Lawrence1828Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAlawsuitno reference[#22622]filed naming Isaiah T. Irivin gdn of money for dau. Priscilla

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1830Bankston, Lawrence1830Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAcensusU.S. Federal Census Wilkes, GA[#22622]District 171 -1 male 60-70; 1 female 50-60

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1830 Jul 31Bankston, Lawrence31 Jul 1830Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAgiftWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:204[#22622]gifts of certain slaves to his daughters Isabella Irvin, Priscilla Mathis, Elizabeth Mozley, and Martha Sappington

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1830 Jul 31Bankston, Lawrence31 July 1830Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAdeed filedLoose papers Courthouse Wilkes, Co, GA[#22622]slaves to his dau. Isabella Irvin, Priscilla Mathis, Elizabeth Mozley, and Martha Sappington.

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1832Bankston, Lawrence1832Laurence BankstonWilkes County, GAland lotteryEarly Records of Georgia, Wilkes County, Volume I," page 321[#22622]Maj. J. Patterson's Batt., Capt. Jos. Henderson Dist.

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1832Bankston, Lawrence1832Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GARS entitled drawGeorgia Department of Archives and History Microfilm, Drawer X5, Box 19[#22622]Don Clarke: I love youI love you!

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1834 Apr 10Bankston, Lawrence10 Apr 1834Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAwillWill Book 1837-77: p. 108[#22622]signed with an X ??

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1838 Sep 11Bankston, Lawrence11 Sept 1838Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAcodicil to willEarly Georgia Records Wills[#22622]naming Griffin Mathis and Isaac Moore trustees of Priscilla Bankston Mathis/Matthew's inheritance.

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1840Bankston, Lawrence1840Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAcensusU.S. Federal Census Wilkes, GA[#22622]1 male 80-90; 1 female 80-90

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1844 Nov 15Bankston, Lawrence15 Nov 1844Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAdiedCeded Lands records of St. Paul Parish and Early Wilkes County, Georgia[#22622]Lawrence died at Rayle, Wilkes County, GA

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1844 Nov 15Bankston, Lawrence15 Nov 1844Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAdeathChristian Index p. 12, Col.3, GA Archives[#22622]Died at his residence after a protracted affliction in the 90th year of his age

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1844 Nov 22Bankston, Lawrence22 Nov 1844Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAwill provedWill Book 1837-77: p. 108; published in Early Georgia Wills & Settlements of Estates, Wilkes Co.,Georgia, pp. 108-110[#22622]Transcribed

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1844 Nov 22Bankston, Lawrence22 Nov 1844Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAwill filedEarly Georgia Records Wills p. 108, 109, 110[#22622]wife, Nancy, children: Martha Sappington, Isabella Irvin, Elizabeth Mosely, Priscilla Mathis, heirs of son, Hyram

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1845 Jan 17Bankston, Lawrence17 Jan 1845Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAobituaryChristian Index, p. 12 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for transcription.)[#22622]

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1854 Apr 24Abbott, Solomon24 Apr 1854Solomon AbbottSpartanburg District, SCwillno referencewife of Joseph Bankstone mentioned

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1861 May 9Awtry, Araminta9 May 1861Araminta AwtryDeKalb County, GAdiedBible record (Thanks to Myra Vanderpool Gormley for image)http://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures/photo#5124469422999705746[#2XXXXM]

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1801Awtry, Elbert1801Elbert AwtryGeorgiabirthBible record ?? (Thanks to Myra Vanderpool Gormley for image)[#2XXXXM1]

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1842 Sep 15Awtry, Isaac15 Sep 1842Isaac AwtryDeKalb County, GAdiedBible record (Thanks to Myra Vanderpool Gormley for image)[#2XXXXM]

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1770-1775Bankston, Abner1770-1775Abner BankstonunknownbornFederal census[#22644]

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1796 Jun 17Bankston, Abner17 Jun 1796Abner BankstonHancock County, GARevolutionary WarDon Clarke[#22644]Abner was appointed Captain of the 7th Company of Hancock County, Georgia Regiment of Militia

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1799 Jun 3Bankston, Abner3 Jun 1799Abner BankstonJackson County, GAjustice of the peaceno reference[#22644]

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1800 Oct 18Bankston, Abner18 Oct 1800Abner BankstonJackson County, GAland saleGone to Georgia: Jackson and Gwinnett Counties and Their Neighbors in the Western Migration, pp. 215-216[#22644]land he had been granted on the north fork of the Oconee River

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1801Bankston, Abner1801Abner BankstonFranklin County, GAland grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book DDDDD:121[#22644]375 acres

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1801-1803Bankston, Abner1801-1803Abner BankstonClarke County, GAsheriffno reference[#22644]

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1802Bankston, Abner1802Abner BankstonClarke County, GAtax listCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22644]Capt. Reynold's military district with 240 acres on the waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston and originally granted to Marberry

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1803Bankston, Abner1803Abner BankstonClarke County, GAtax listCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22644]Capt. Middleton's district with 250 acres on the waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Neal

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1804Bankston, Abner1804Abner BankstonClarke County, GAtax listCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22644]Capt. Melton's district with 60 acres on the waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Parker

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1805Bankston, Abner1805Abner BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185[#22644]drew blanks

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1805Bankston, Abner1805Abner BankstonClarke County, GAtax listCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22644]Capt. Melton's district with 200 acres on the waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Parker

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1805Bankston, Abner1805Abner BankstonFranklin County, GAland grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book F-5:99[#22644]400 acres1820 and in Butts Co. at the time of the

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1805-1807Bankston, Abner1805-1807Abner BankstonClarke County, GAsheriffno reference[#22644]

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1806Bankston, Abner1806Abner BankstonClarke County, GAtax listCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22644]Capt. Harper's district with 200 acres on the waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Parker

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1807Bankston, Abner1807Abner BankstonClarke County, GAtax listCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22644]Capt. Harper's district with 250 acres and 2 slaves on the waters of the Barber's Creek adjoining Parker and originally granted to Washington, 50 acres adjoining Smith, and 100 acres on the waters of the Apalachee River adjoining Tidwell

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1808Bankston, Abner1808Abner BankstonClarke County, GAtax listCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22644]Capt Oliver's district with 250 acres and 2 slaves on the waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Parker, 50 acres adjoining Smith, and three lots of 2021/2 acres in Baldwin Co. (district 20 lot 342 on waters of Jack's Creek originally granted to Philips, district 9 lot 141, and district 17 lot 147)

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1811 May 7Bankston, Abner7 May 1811Abner BankstonMorgan County, GAexecutorcopy of Will (Thanks to Roy White)[#22644]will of Daniel Bankston 1811

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1813 Oct to 1815Bankston, AbnerOct 1813 to 1815Abner BankstonMorgan County, GAjusticeno reference[#22644]of the Inferior Court

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1820Bankston, Abner1820Abner BankstonJasper County, GAcensusFederal census[#22644]

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1830Bankston, Abner1830Abner BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal census[#22644]Abner Bankston 5m, 3f, 17slaves

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1836 May 16Bankston, Abner16 May 1836Abner BankstonButts County, GAmarriedButts County, Georgia - Marriages. Some Georgia Records, 3:113[#22644]Abner, aged 74, married Sarah Turner

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1837 MayBankston, AbnerMay 1837Abner BankstonButts County, GAdepositionRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#22644]supporting claim of Elijah Bankston

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1844 MayBankston, AbnerMay 1844Abner BankstonunknowndiedCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22644]Abner was buried on his own land.

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1875 Dec 2Bankston, Agnes2 Dec 1875Agnes BankstonCoosa County, AL (guess)diedno reference[#2XXXC3]

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1829 Apr 30Bankston, Alfred30 Apr 1829Alfred BankstonButts County, GAmarriedButts County, Georgia - Marriages. Some Georgia Records, pp. 108, 42, 49 citing oldest book, p. 17[#226346]

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1830Bankston, Alfred1830Alfred BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal census[#226346]Alfred 1m, 2f

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1858 Dec 17Bankston, Alfred17 Dec 1858Alfred BankstonButts County, GAdepositionRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#226346]supporting claim of his mother Elizabeth Bankston, widow of Elijah Bankston, son of Jacob Bankston

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1860Bankston, Alfred1860Alfred BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusAlfred Bankston aged 34 with wife Martha 23 and child James 3 in household #496 in Buttrill's District P.O. Jackson

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1860Bankston, Alfred1860Alfred BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal census[#226346]Alfred Bankston aged 56 with wife Sarah 38 and children Amanda C 11, Sarah Ann 1 and Daniel 4 along with Buckney E. Bankston aged 48 in household #491 in Buttrill's District P.O. Jackson

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1859 Oct 30Bankston, Alfred L.30 Oct 1859Alfred BankstonButts County, GAmarriedButts County, Georgia - Marriages. Some Georgia Records. Vol. 3Alfred L. Bankston married Martha Crumbley

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1820Bankston, Amanda M. F.1820Amanda M. F. BankstonMississippibornSpencer Bankston 1770-1852 and Eunice McCoy Bankston 1781-1852, Their Ancestors and Descendants[#226439]

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1693Bankston, Andrew1693 (guess)Andrew BanksonPhiladelphia County, PAmarriageThe 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware[#22]Andrew Bankson married Gertrude Boore, daughter of Lars Larsson and Elizabeth Boore of Poquessing Creek, hence the name Lawrence in this branch of the family

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1695Bankston, Andrew1695 (guess)Andrew BanksonPhiladelphia County, PAbirthno reference[#221]older brother of Lawrence who move to Maryland and "disappeared"

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1711 Oct 13Bankston, Andrew13 Oct 1711Andrew BanksonPhiladelphia County, PAdeedDeed Book E-6:384[#2]list of sons of Andrew and Gertrude (Rambo) Bankson [#2] "Benjn Bankson of Myamenson in the county of Phila in the province of Penna yeoman & Catherine his wife of the first part. Andrew Bankson Potquessink in the County of Bucks in the sd Province yeoman & Gertrude his wife of the second part John Bankson of Passyunck in the sd county of Phila yeoman & Helen his wife of the third part Jacob Bankson of Passyunk aforesd yeoman Danl Bankson of the city of Phila in the sd province of the fourth part Joseph Bankson of the sd city Carpenter of the fifth part (all sons of Andrew Bankson late of Passyunk aforesd yeoman decd) ..."

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1728Bankston, Andrew1728 (est.)Andrew BankstonPennsylvania (guess)birthJames Lea deposition of 1793 - oldest son of Laurance Bankston; Isaac Bankston deposition of 1859 - brother of Danielhttp://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#2261]born before 1729 ??Where does this date come from?

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1731 Dec 17Bankston, Andrew17 Dec 1731Andrew BanksonPennsylvania (guess)married[#251] ?Andrew married Mary Webb by New Jersey license

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1750 Jul 1Bankston, Andrew1 Jul 1750Andrew BanksonNew YorkmarriedLDS IGI[#2XXB]Andrew married Ann Perkins at Trinity Church.

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1751 Jul 3Bankston, Andrew3 Jul 1751Andrew BanksonGranville County, NCchain carrierThe Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, Abstracts of Land Grants 2:158 #2793[#2261]Peter Bankson also SCC for surveyor of 640 acres of land along Richland Creek in Granville County for Samuel Williams of Edgecomb County

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1753 Oct 18Bankston, Andrew18 Oct 1753Andrew BanksonOrange County, NCchain carrierThe Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, Abstracts of Land Grants, 2:268 #3854, Orange Co. Records, volumes V & VI, Granville Proprietary Land Office, Deeds and Surveys 1752-1760, 1761-1763[#2261]SCC for Francis Day

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1754Bankston, Andrew1754Andrew BankstonOrange County, NCbirthRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Bankston, Andrew #W.8746; B.L.Wt.26758-160-55[#22621]pension application says born 1754. named as a son of Peter in Isaac Bankston deposition of 1859; and legatee of Peter's estate in 1806

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1761 MayBankston, AndrewMay 1761Andrew BanksonOrange County, NCchain carrierThe Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, Abstracts of Land Grants, 2:274 #3905[#2261]SCC for John Graves

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1763 Mar 24Bankston, Andrew24 Mar 1763Andrew BanksonRowan County, NC (near Salisbury)jury dutyJury List. Records I:72: p. 138.?? NEED Author, Pub, Title??[#2261]Salisbury District jury

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1765 AugBankston, AndrewAug 1765Andrew BankstonOrange County, NCsued for debtsAbstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Orange County in the Province of North Carolina Sep 1752 through Aug 1766, p. 197 citing Orange County Minutes 3:435[#2261]with Lawrence Jr and Sr, suit by Nash & McNair

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1770 Dec 8Bankston, Andrew8 Dec 1770Andrew BanksonAnson County, NCland warrantNC Court of Claims Record of Patents Granted -Secretary of State's Papers 1740-1775, p. 154[#2261]for 640 acres

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1771Bankston, Andrew1771Andrew BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewAnson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 107 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2261]13 Apr 1774 "Ordered that a road be laid out the nearest and best way from the Salisbury road above Andrew Bankst__ to the mouth of the Huwary River and that the Following Jury or any twelve of them lay out the Same Viz. Daniel Bankston, Jacob Bankston, Job Calloway, Lambeth Hopkins, John Martin, Jacob Carter, Joshua Carter, Buckner Kimbell, Andrew Bankston, Dunkin Rone, William Hendley, Drury Ledbetter, John Walker, and John Calloway

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1771 Apr 15Bankston, Andrew15 Apr 1771Andrew BanksonAnson County, NCland warrantNC Court of Claims Record of Patents Granted -Secretary of State's Papers 1740-1775, p. 171[#2261]for 200 acres

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1771 Apr 18Bankston, Andrew18 Apr 1771Andrew BankstonAnson County, NCland patentThe Frontier Hendricks, 1:197 citing Patent No. 2746; also Colony of NC 1765-1775 Abstracts of Land Patentshttp://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dhcm9pqw_4vkmbhv[#2261]601 acres granted by King George III on south side of Yadkin River

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1773 Jan 22Bankston, Andrew22 Jan 1773Andrew BanksonAnson County, NCland patentColony of NC 1765-1775 Abstracts of Land Patents[#2261]200 acres on the SW side of the Yadkin River (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde)

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1775Bankston, Andrew1775 (guess)Andrew BankstonAnson County, NCsale deedAnson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 94[#2261]deeded 607 acres to George Bagley Junr. proved by Wm. Ellis (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde)

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1775Bankston, Andrew1775 (guess)Andrew BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewAnson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 122[#2261]Ordered that Job Calloway be appointed overseer of the road from the County Line to Linces Creek & that the following hands be subject to work on the Same - Zachariah Henderson, George Runnald, James Rogers Senr., James Rogers Junr., John Rogers, John Dunn, Edward Moore, John Walker, Robert Walker, Stephen Trudwell, William Hendley, Tunetale Rone, John Potete, Joseph Henderson, Jacob Bankston, Andrew Bankston, John Calloway, Jacob Carter, John Martin, William Ellis, Lamberth Hopkins, Luke John, John Morgan, Benjamin Rogers, Moses Cocks, John Cocks, James Royal. (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde)

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1775 Mar 11Bankston, Andrew11 Mar 1775Andrew BanksonAnson County, NCland patentColony of NC 1765-1775 Abstracts of Land Patents[#2261]200 acres on the SW side of the Yadkin River on the head of the middle fork of Mountain or Montain Creek (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde)

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1776Bankston, Andrew1776 (est.)Andrew BankstonBeech Island, SCmoveIsaac Bankston [#22642] deposition 1859[#2261]Andrew Bankston who was his fathers brother, moved from North Carolina before or after his father did, he does not know which and Settled about Beech Island, in South Carolina and before the War, and that the said Andrew, had two sons name James and Daniel, and did not have any son name Elijah. Beech Island was claimed by Wilkes County, GA and 96 District, SC before 1787. It was transferred to Winton County, SC in 1787 to Orangeburg in 1791 to Barnwell in 1800 and finally to Aiken in 1873.

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1776-1777Bankston, Andrew1776-1777Andrew BanksonNew Jerseymilitiano referenceAndrew served as a ensign and later as 2nd Lt. in the 2nd New Jersey Militia.

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1777Bankston, Andrew1777Andrew BankstonCaswell County, NCtax listCaswell County 1777 Tax List. Journal of North Carolina Genealogy 20:2914[#2261]St. Laurence District

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1777Bankston, Andrew1777Andrew BankstonWilkes County, GeorgiasoldierRoster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution, p. 457[#22621]private in the Georgia Militia. Pension application mentions Col. Elijah Clarke, Col. Williamson, Capt. Awtry. About 1777 he moed from Orange County, NC to Wilkes Co., GAcharacter witnesses in Rutherford County: Rev. Drury Dobbins, Col. Elijah Walker & Clayburn Burnett

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1778 Feb 24Bankston, Andrew24 Feb 1778Andrew BanksonNew JerseymarriedNew Jersey Colonial Documents: Marriage Records 1665-1800[#2XXA]Andrew married Elizabeth Ford

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1779 Oct 21Bankston, Andrew21 Oct 1779Andrew BankstonMontgomery County, NClandmarkAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 13 #188[#2261]Joshua Carter entered 150 acres in Montgomery Co. bordered by the Salisbury Road on the mouth of Andrew Bankston's Spring Br.

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1783Bankston, Andrew1783Andrew BanksonMontgomery County, NCestate inventoriedN. C. Inventories of Estates, 1677-1784. Journal of North Carolina Genealogy citing Secretary of State file #SS945 page 180, The Journal of North Carolina Genealogy, p. 1042[#2261]Ann Bankson named as his wife and administrator of his estate

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1785 Aug 15Bankston, Andrew15 Aug 1785Andrew BankstonMontgomery County, NCdeedAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 31 #456, 76 #1168-1169150 acres on N side of Long Creek "near Thomas Runolds includes the land on both sides of Harkey's Ridge Path"

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1785 Jun 25Bankston, Andrew25 Jun 1785Andrew BankstonMontgomery County, NCdeedAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 30 #44650 acres bordering his own land, "on the path from my house to James Gray's"

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1787 Apr 14Bankston, Andrew14 Apr 1787Andrew BanksonMontgomery County, NCbirthBeverly Fleming, Shelbyville, IL 62565, family records[#226111]

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1794 Aug 28Bankston, Andrew28 Aug 1794Andrew BankstonMontgomery County, NCdeedAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 76 #1168-1169200 acres on waters of Long Creek and Watery Branch "along thee new road near McLester's and John Palmer"; and for 200 acres near his own property on waters of Long Creek and Round Top Branch

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1797 Jan 21Bankston, Andrew21 Jan 1797Andrew BanksonCaswell County, NCdepositionHillsborough District Civil Action Papers Concerning Land, 1778-1806; North Carolina Archives # D.S.C.R.204.325.51http://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignaturesAndrew Bankson signed his deposition

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1799 Jan 24Bankston, Andrew24 Jan 1799Andrew BankstonJackson County, GAwitnessLegal Advertising From Old Georgia Newspapers. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 9: p. 516Lambeth Hopkins estate

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1800Bankston, Andrew1800Andrew BankstonMontgomery County, NCcensusFederal censusAndrew over age 45. 11--1 11--1 = 1m@<10 1m@10<16 1m@>45 1f@<10 1f@10<16 1f@>45

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1804 Apr 21Bankston, Andrew12 Apr 1804Andrew BankstonClarke County, GAland purchaseloose papers[#22621]Andrew bought land for $500 from the estate of Peter Bankston

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1809 Nov 15Bankston, Andrew15 Nov 1809Andrew BankstonClarke County, GAreceiptloose papershttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#22621]Andrew Bankston, original signature; estate of Peter Bankston deceased. Jno Bankston administrator, Priscilla Bankston widow [written Prissila]

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1810Bankston, Andrew1810Andrew BankstonMontgomery County, NCcensus--1-1 -1--1 -26 = 1m@16<26 1m@>45 1f@10<16 1f@>45

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1812Bankston, Andrew1812Andrew BankstonWillkes County, GAmovedRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135 Bankston, Andrew #W.8746; B.L.Wt.26758-160-55[#22621]lived in Wilkes County from Revolutionary War until moving to Rutherford County, NC in 1812 - ??Why are there no records proving his residence?

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1819 Nov 3Bankston, Andrew3 Nov 1819Andrew BankstonRutherford County, NCmarriedRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135 Bankston, Andrew #W.8746; B.L.Wt.26758-160-55[#22621]Andrew married second, Mary Walker

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1834 Apr 23Bankston, Andrew23 Apr 1834Andrew BankstonRutherford County, NCpension applicationRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135 Bankston, Andrew #W.8746; B.L.Wt.26758-160-55[#22621]Andrew Bankston signed with his mark whereas the heir of Peter Bankston's estate signed his name quite legibly.

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1837 Feb 13Bankston, Andrew13 Feb 1837Andrew BankstonRutherford County, NCdiedRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135 Bankston, Andrew #W.8746; B.L.Wt.26758-160-55[#22621]

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1783Bankston, Ann1783Ann BanksonMontgomery County, NCadministratorN. C. Inventories of Estates, 1677-1784. Journal of North Carolina Genealogy citing Secretary of State file #SS945 page 180, The Journal of North Carolina Genealogy, p. 1042[#2261]Ann Bankson named as wife and administrator of estate of Andrew Bankson

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1787 Aug 18Bankston, Ann18 Aug 1787Ann BankstonMontgomery County, NC (guess)deedAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 36 #528[#2261]Ann sold 150 acres on the E side of Big Bear Creek to Edmund Almond.

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1731 Feb 24Bankston, Anne24 Feb 1731Anne BanksonPhiladelphiabaptismBaptisms and Burials From the Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia 1709-1760, p. 5daughter of Thomas and Hester Bankston

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1782Bankston, Anne1782Anne BankstonMontgomery County, NCtax listNorth Carolina Taxpayers 1679-1790, 2:10[#2261]100 acres

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1782 Feb 17Bankston, Araminta17 Feb 1782Araminta BankstonunknownbirthBible record (Thanks to Myra Vanderpool Gormley for image)http://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures/photo#5124469422999705746[#2XXXXM]father Jacob Bankston

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1800 May 18Bankston, Araminta18 May 1800Araminta BankstonunknownmarriageBible record (Thanks to Myra Vanderpool Gormley for image)[#2XXXXM]to Isaac Awtry, son of Absalom Awtry

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1799 Jun 24Bankston, Charlotte24 Jun 1799Charlotte BanksonBaltimore, MDmarriedCharlotte married John Parson at the Old Otterbein Church

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1850Bankston, Creed1850Creed BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusCreed Bankstone aged 35 with wife Lydia aged 21 and children William aged 4 and Mary J aged 2 along with Sarah Hughes aged 55, b. SC and Mary R. Hughes aged 16, all born in GA.

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1860Bankston, Creed1860Creed BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusCreed Bankston aged 50 with wife Lydia Ann aged 36 and children William 14, Mary J. 12, Ephrasia A 8, Joseph 6, Sarah J. 4, and Florida A. 1 in household #36 at Indian Springs on 4 Jun 1860 (all born in Georgia)

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1849 Jul 14Bankston, Creed T.14 Jul 1849Creed T. BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2Creed T. Bankston to Lydia A. Hughes (see census)

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1885 Jun 13Bankston, Cynthia13 Jun 1885Cynthia BankstonButts County, GAdeedtranscription of deed (Thanks to Pat Stevens)[#226422]written as Scynthia Johnson. Isaac Bankston's daughters deeded three acres of land for a cemetery to the Mount Vernon Church. (Mt. Vernon Church records have been microfilmed by the University of Georgia)

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1727 Apr 11Bankston, Daniel11 Apr 1727Daniel BanksonBucks County, PAwill provedWill Book 1:112 #253[#28][#28] wife Elizabeth Bankson witnesses William Hope, John Williamson, Jeff Pollard

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1733Bankston, Daniel1733 (est.)Daniel BankstonPennsylvania?birthJames Lea deposition of 1793 - fourth son of Laurance Bankston; father of Isaac Bankston who gave deposition in 1859http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#2264]

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1751 May 4Bankston, Daniel4 May 1751Daniel Bankson (maybe)Granville County, NCwitnessed deedno reference[#2264]??could this be a mis-reading of Daniel Bankson??

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1754Bankston, Daniel1754Daniel BankstonOrange County, NClocationRecords of the Moravians in North Carolina, 1752-1775, 2:535[#226]lived near Richland Creek

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1755Bankston, Daniel1755 (guess)Daniel BanksonOrange County, NC (guess)birthIsaac Bankston deposition of 1859 - oldest son of Andrew Bankson; corroborated by James Lea deposition of 1793[#2261A]

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1771Bankston, Daniel1771Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCsurveyed deedno reference[#2264]

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1771 Oct 12Bankston, Daniel12 Oct 1771Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewAnson Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 64 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2264]

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1771-1777Bankston, Daniel1771-1777Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewAnson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 177 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2264]Daniel Bankston be continued overseer of the road from Joshua Carter's to Mounger ferry.

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1773 Apr 22Bankston, Daniel22 Apr 1773Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCwitnessed deedDeed Book K:119 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2264]Jacob Banckson ... Job Caloway ... 104 acres So. side of the Yadkin River near Rockhold Creek

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1774 Apr 13Bankston, Daniel13 Apr 1774Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewAnson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 107 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2264]13 Apr 1774 "Ordered that a road be laid out the nearest and best way from the Salisbury road above Andrew Bankst__ to the mouth of the Huwary River and that the Following Jury or any twelve of them lay out the Same Viz. Daniel Bankston, Jacob Bankston, Job Calloway, Lambeth Hopkins, John Martin, Jacob Carter, Joshua Carter, Buckner Kimbell, Andrew Bankston, Dunkin Rone, William Hendley, Drury Ledbetter, John Walker, and John Calloway

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1774 Apr 13Bankston, Daniel13 Apr 1774Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCdeedno reference[#2264]Lambert Hopkins executed deed to Daniel Bankston

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1774 Dec 4Bankston, Daniel4 Dec. 1774Daniel BanckstonAnson County, NCestate inventoryAnson County, NC Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766, p. 263[#2264]Inventory of Estate of John Poteet by Job Calloway and

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1775 Jul 14Bankston, Daniel14 Jul 1775Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCsearcher?No reference[#2264]Daniel was appointed to be searcher of the district from Mary to Guilford.

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1777 Mar 1Bankston, Daniel1 Mar 1777Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCjurorAnson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 178; The State Records of North Carolina, vol. 22:501[#2264]Charles Medlock, William Lofton, Daniel Bankston, George Lee, William Colson, Edmund Lilly, and Drury Ledbetter

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1778Bankston, Daniel1778 (est.)Daniel BankstonRowan County, NC (near Salisbury)moved fromIsaac Bankston [#22642] deposition 1859[#2264]Daniel & Jacob moved their families from NC to GA "about the beginning or just before the commencement of the Revolutionary War"; perhaps from Rowan County, NC. Thomas Bankston pension application says That Daniel moved from Rowan Co., NC to Wilkes Co. about 1778; and moved back to Montgomery Co. in 1780; and back to Wilkes Co. about 1783.

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1778Bankston, Daniel1778 (est.)Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAmoveIsaac Bankston [#22642] deposition 1859[#2264]Daniel & Jacob moved their families from NC to GA "about the beginning or just before the commencement of the Revolutionary War"; perhaps from Rowan County, NC. Thomas Bankston pension application says That Daniel moved from Rowan Co., NC to Wilkes Co. about 1778; and moved back to Montgomery Co. in 1780; and back to Wilkes Co. about 1783.

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1778 Oct 7Bankston, Daniel7 Oct 1778Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCdeedAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795[#2264]Daniel Bankston made a land entry in Anson Co. for 100 acres on Deep Creek waters of Long Creek.

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1779Bankston, Daniel1779Daniel BanksonAnson County, NCpetition signed by inhabitants for the formation of Montgomery CountyAnson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early Records, pp. 73, 85, 91, 104, 108, 136, 143[#2264]

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1779 Jun 30Bankston, Daniel30 Jun 1779Daniel BankstonMontgomery County, NCneighborAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 7, #91[#2264]Jacob Bankston filed for 200 acres of land on the headwaters of Sampers Branch and SW side of Salisbury Road. His land adjoined that of his brother Daniel

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1780Bankston, Daniel1780Daniel BankstonMontgomery County, NCmoveIsaac Bankston [#22642] deposition 1859; Thomas Bankston [#22641] application of 1835[#2264]Daniel Bankston returned from Wilkes County, GA to Montgomery County, NC in 1780 per son Abner Bankston.

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1780Bankston, Daniel1780 (est.)Daniel BankstonGeorgiaRevolutionary WarDon Clarke[#2264]Daniel enlisted in the Georgia Militia commanded by Gen. Samuel Elbert

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1780 Feb 7Bankston, Daniel7 Feb 1780Daniel BankstonMontgomery County, NCneighborAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 18 #266-268 272[#2264]John Hilliard entered 200 acres in Montgomery Co. bordering lands of Jacob and Daniel Bankson; Richard Pemberton, Sr. entered 100 acres bordering Jacob Bankson; Benj. Baird entered 100 acres on Clover Fork which included William Bankston's improvement; and William Kindle entered 150 acres on SW of Yadkin River and on W of Long Creek between Daniel Bankston and Jacob Bankston.

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1780 Mar 28Bankston, Daniel28 Mar 1780Daniel BankstonMontgomery County, NCdeedAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, 21 #318[#2264]A land entry was made in Daniel's name for 50 acres on SW side of Yadkin River and on both sides of Long Creek bordering Edmond Lilly's tract in Montgomery County.

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1782Bankston, Daniel1782Daniel BankstonMontgomery County, NCtax listNorth Carolina Taxpayers 1679-1790, 2:10[#2264]150 acres, 4 slaves

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1783Bankston, Daniel1783 (est.)Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAmoveIsaac Bankston [#22642] deposition 1859[#2264]Daniel Bankston returned to Wilkes County, GA

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1784 Nov 2Bankston, Daniel2 Nov 1784Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAwitnessed deedRev. Cynthia Vold Forde citing "Wilkes County" in Early Records of Georgia, 2:237,234[#2264]

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1785Bankston, Daniel1785Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAbounty grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756- 1909, p. 28 citing Book GGG:31[#2264]2871/2 acres

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1785 Mar 12Bankston, Daniel12 Mar 1785Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAwitnessed deedRev. Cynthia Vold Forde citing "Wilkes County" in Early Records of Georgia, 2:237,234[#2264]William Morgan land transaction witnessed by Daniel Bankston, Jos. Henderson, and Joshua Callaway

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1786 Nov 27Bankston, Daniel27 Nov 1786Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAproperty saleBook AA pp. 125-128[#2264]Jacob Bankson & Peter Bankson to Matthew Wood of Greene County, GA (Transcribed. Thanks to Pat Bezet for the copy)

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1787Bankston, Daniel1787Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAheadrights grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756- 1909, p. 28 citing Book MMM:183[#2264]200 acres

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1787 Feb 10Bankston, Daniel10 Feb 1787Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAbounty grantno reference[#2264]287 1/2 acres for service in the Georgia Militia during Revolutionary War

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1787 MarBankston, DanielMar 1787Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAchurchHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, p. 82[#2264]Minutes of Powelton Baptist Church [early Wilkes Co., GA]: Brther Silas Mercer, Aaron Parker, & Daniel Bankston appointed messenger to the following churches: Phillips Mill, Long Creek, & Whatley's Mill

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1788 Jun 16Bankston, Daniel16 Jun 1788Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 1:268[#2264]Daniel and his wife Rachel Bankston of Washington County, Georgia sold 200 acres of land on Long Creek, to which he held the original land record to Charles McKinney, test. David Kerr. Ezekiel Campbell, Joseph Moon

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1789Bankston, Daniel1789David BankstonGreene County, GAtaxSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 117[#2264]In record as David Bankston.

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1790Bankston, Daniel1790Daniel BankstonWashington County, GAjusticeDon Clarke citing Augusta Chronical of 20 Feb 1790[#2264]

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1792Bankston, Daniel1792Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAtaxWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:46[#2264]assessed for "2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 & 287 1/2 acres

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1792 AugBankston, DanielAug 1792Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAchurchHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, p. 82[#2264]Church of Horeb - Brother Daniel Bankston received by letter & chosen Elder

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1792 JunBankston, DanielJun 1792Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAchurchHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, p. 82[#2264]letter of dismissal for Daniel and "sister Bankston"

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1793Bankston, Daniel1793Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAtaxWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:46[#2264]assessed for "2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 & 287 1/2 acres

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1793 Apr 13Bankston, Daniel13 Apr 1793Daniel BankstonAnson County, NCdeedDeed Book K:90 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde)[#2264]Lambeth Hopkins of Anson planter and Daniel Bankston of the County & Province aforesd. Planter ... three hundred pounds Proclamation Money by the sd. Bankston ... parcel of land containing three hundred and Eighty Eight acres ... by a Pattent bearing date Novr. 8th 1771 situatd. and being on the South side of the Yadkin River in the County aforesd. Begining at a white oak on the Bank of the River and Below a Clift of Rocks above the mouth of Garr Creek ... possess and enjoy the aforesd. land ... without the lest or let hinderance or molestation of any persons or persons whatsoever except Mr. McCullock and Shelvin ... McCulock Shilver ... Lambeth Hopkins in Presences of Job Calaway, George Lea, Jacob Banckson

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1794Bankston, Daniel1794Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAtaxWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:46[#2264]assessed for "2 1/2 polls, 3 slaves, 200 & 287 1/2 acres

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1794 JunBankston, DanielJun 1794Daniel BankstonClarke County, GAchurch historyHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, pp. 82-83[#2264]1949 Historical Report mentions him.

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1797 AugBankston, DanielAug 1797Daniel BankstonWilkes County, GAchurchHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, p. 82[#2264]Church of Horeb - Brother & Sister Daniel Bankston granted letters of dismissal

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1798Bankston, Daniel1798Daniel BankstonJackson County, GAtaxno reference[#2264]Daniel was taxed on 113 acres and five slaves

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1799Bankston, Daniel1799Daniel BankstonJackson County, GAtaxno reference[#2264]

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1799 Jan 14Bankston, Daniel14 Jan 1799Daniel BankstonJackson County, GAdeedDeed Book B:22[#2264]Daniel and Rachel bought 41 acres from Henry McCoy

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1802Bankston, Daniel1802Daniel BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2264]in Capt. Philip's military district with 184 acres and 4 slaves on the waters of the Apalachee River adjoining Mr. McKay

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1803Bankston, Daniel1803Daniel BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2264]in Capt. Philip's district with 241 acres and 5 slaves on the waters of the Apalachee River adjoining McCoy

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1804Bankston, Daniel1804Daniel BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2264]in Capt. Philip's district with 186 acres and 5 slaves on the waters of the Apalachee adjoining McCoy

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1805Bankston, Daniel1805Daniel BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185[#2264]drew a blank (implies unmarried with no children)

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1805Bankston, Daniel1805Daniel BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2264]in Capt. Philip's district with 241 acres and 7 slaves on the waters of the Apalachee adjoining Hagler

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1806Bankston, Daniel1806Daniel BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2264]in Capt. Philip's district with 241 acres and 6 slaves on the waters of the Apalachee adjoining McCoy

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1807Bankston, Daniel1807Daniel BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2264]in Capt. Silman's district with 241 acres and 6 slaves on the waters of the Apalachee adjoining McCoy

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1810Bankston, Daniel1810Daniel BankstonMorgan County, GAraxno reference[#2264]

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1811 May 7Bankston, Daniel7 May 1811Daniel BankstonMorgan County, GAwill probatedcopy of Will (Thanks to Roy White)[#2264]widow Rachel, daughter Edeth Patton. Executors Thomas Bankston, Abner Bankston, James Malcom

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no dateBankston, Danielno dateDaniel BankstonGeorgialegislatureEdna Vacher[#2264]served in upper & lower houses

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1727Bankston, daughter1727 (guess)daughter BankstonPennsylvania (guess)birthJames Lea deposition of 1793 said, "About 47 years ago he married in the family of Laurence Banckston"http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#2266]

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1746Bankston, daughter1746 (calc.)daughter BankstonPennsylvania (guess)marriageJames Lea deposition of 1793http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#2266]About 47 years ago he married in the family of Laurence Banckston

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1789Bankston, David1789David BankstonGreene County, GAtaxSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 117This could be Daniel.

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1799 Oct 1Bankston, Delphy1 Oct 1799Delphy BankstonWilkes County, GAmarriageEarly Georgia Records Wills p. 108, 109, 110[#226221]married Jacob Shorter, named "son-in-law" in will

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1830Bankston, DelphyBef. 1830Delphy (Bankston) ShorterWilkes County, GAdeathEarly Georgia Records Wills p. 108, 109, 110[#226221]Delphy"Sallie" Shorter is not living when slaves were deeded to daughters

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1760 Nov 19Bankston, Eleanor19 Nov 1760Eleanor BanksonPhiladelphiamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 8:13, 21, 22Eleanor married Nathaniel Pettit (or Pillet) at Christ Church

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1765 Sep 26Bankston, Elijah26 Sep 1765Elijah BankstonGuilford County, NCbirthRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#22634]Guilford is south of Rockingham near Caswell

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1779 FebBankston, ElijahFeb 1779Elijah BankstonWilkes County, GARevolutionary WarRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#22634]Georgia Volunteers, commanded by Col. Elijah Clarke. His discharge was signed by Capt. Micajah Williamson. Captains in said regiment were Micajah Williamson. John Awtry. John Clarke. and George Barber. and David Madden and Joshua Welch, were Lieutenants

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1785Bankston, Elijah1785Elijah BankstonWilkes County, GAbounty grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book HHH:716http://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures/photo#5124469427294673074[#22634]2871/2 acres

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1785 Oct 13Bankston, Elijah13 Oct 1785Elijah BankstonWilkes County, GAbounty land grantRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#22634]Elija Bankston was granted 2871/2 acres, "bounded on all sides by vacant Land," according to the Georgia Governor's Office, Secretary of State's Register of Grants book HHH:716 and Surveyor General's Office Record Book G:37,59

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1787 Feb 1Bankston, Elijah1 Feb 1787Elijah BankstonChester district, SCmarriageRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#22634]Elijah married Elizabeth Morris

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1790Bankston, Elijah1790Elijah BankstonSpartanburg, SCcensusFederal censusThis contradicts his pension application which states that he "lived Since the Revolutionary War in the Counties of Wilkes Hancock, Clarke, Walton, DeKalb and and now resides in the County of Butts, all of the State of Georgia."Neighbors: Willis Jarrell and John S Irby

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1802Bankston, Elijah1802Elijah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22634]Capt. Reynold's militia district with 70 acres and no slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston and originally granted to Marberry

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1802-1806Bankston, Elijah1802-1806Elijah BankstonClarke County, GAresidedtax digests (guess)[#22634]

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1803Bankston, Elijah1803Elijah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22634]Capt. Reynold's district with 76 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining J. Bankston

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1804Bankston, Elijah1804Elijah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22634]Capt. Williams' district with 68 acres on Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston

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1805Bankston, Elijah1805Elijah BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185[#22634]drew blanks

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1805Bankston, Elijah1805Elijah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22634]Capt. Williams' district with 100 acres on waters of Apalachee River adjoining P. Williams originally granted to Williamson

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1806Bankston, Elijah1806Elijah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22634]Capt. Williams' district with 100 acres on waters of Apalachee adjoining Williams originally granted to Easley

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1811 Jun 9Bankston, Elijah9 Jun 1811Elijah BankstonClarke County, GAcontractDon Clarke sent a copy of Territorial Papers of the United States, 18:537[#22634]given rights to Jacob's claim against the Indians for property taken at McNabs fort in 1782.

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1820Bankston, Elijah1820Elijah BankstonWalton County, GAcensusFederal census[#22634]

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1830Bankston, Elijah1830Elijah BankstonDeKalb County, GAcensusFederal census[#22634]

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1840Bankston, Elijah1840Elijah BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal census[#22634]

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1846 Sep 21Bankston, Elijah21 Sep 1846Elijah BankstonButts County, GApension applicationRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#22634]Transcribed. Signed by Wm. E. Bankston. Testimony by Abner Bankston and Alfred Bankston

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1849 Feb 22Bankston, Elijah22 Feb 1849Elijah BankstonButts County, GAdiedRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#22634]

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1885 Jun 13Bankston, Eliza13 Jun 1885Eliza BankstonButts County, GAdeedtranscription of deed (Thanks to Pat Stevens)[#226423]Isaac Bankston's daughters deeded three acres of land for a cemetery to the Mount Vernon Church. (Mt. Vernon Church records have been microfilmed by the University of Georgia)

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1792 Jul 14Bankston, Elizabeth14 Jul 1792Elizabeth BanksonPhiladelphiamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, 8:750Elizabeth married Morgan Edwards at the First Baptist Church

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1808 Dec 29Bankston, Elizabeth29 Dec 1808Elizabeth BankstonWilkes County, GAheirEarly Georgia Records Wills p. 108, 109, 110[#226225]Elizabeth Mozely was deeded slaves by Lawrence

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1812 Dec 17Bankston, Elizabeth17 Dec 1812Elizabeth BankstonButts County, GAbirthLDS IGI[#2263411]

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1818 Nov 14Bankston, Elizabeth14 Nov 1818Elizabeth BankstonOconee County, GAchurchHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, p. 84[#22623]wife of John Bankston, excluded going away in disorder.

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1831 Feb 5Bankston, Elizabeth5 Feb 1831Elizabeth BankstonunknowndiedBible record[#22644]transcribed family Bible record. (Thanks to Don Clarke citin Bible records on microfilm at the Georgia Archives drawer 74 box 65. Mrs. O.E. Lancaster Collection of Bible records)

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1850Bankston, Elizabeth1850Elizabeth BankstoneButts County, GAcensusFederal censusElizabeth Bankstone aged 57, b. GA with children Luvisa aged 31, J.R. (m) aged 28, Joel aged 17, and John J. aged 13, all born in GA. Nearby was William R. Bankston aged 37, court clerk

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1850 Oct 3Bankston, Elizabeth3 Oct 1850Elizabeth BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2[#2263462]Elizabeth Bankston [#2263461] to William Coker

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1860 Jan 24Bankston, Elizabeth24 Jan 1860Elizabeth BankstonButts County, GAdiedno reference (Federal census death record?)[#22634]died before 24 Jan 1860

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1818 Nov 14Bankston, Elizabeth Lesley14 Nov 1818Elizabeth Lesley BankstonOconee County, GAchurchHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999: p. 84two entries

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1784 Dec 18Bankston, Esther18 Dec 1784Esther BanksonPhiladelphiamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 9:574Esther married Richard Marshall at the Second Presbyterian Church

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1790Bankston, Esther1790 (est)Esther BankstonWilkes County, GAmarriageEarly Georgia Records Wills p. 108, 109, 110[#226226]Isaac Whitaker, son-in-law, Lawrence's will

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1830Bankston, Estherbef. 1830Esther (Bankston) WhitakerWilkes County, GA (guess)deathEarly Georgia Records Wills p. 108, 109, 110[#226226]Esther is not living when Lawrence deeded slaves

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1852 Oct 15Bankston, Eunice15 Oct 1852Eunice Bankstonunknowndiedno reference[#22643]Eunice (McCoy) Bankston, wife of Spencer Bankston

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1814 Apr 6Bankston, Frances6 Apr 1814Frances BankstonJasper County, GAmarried[#2XXXG]Frances married Reuben Stallings

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1860Bankston, Green B.1860Green B. BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusGreen B. Bankston aged 40 with wife Hannah aged 35, and children Jane 17, Sidney J. 15, Walter 12, and Lucien L. 1 in household #35 at Indian Springs on 4 Jun 1860 (all born in Georgia)

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1797Bankston, Hamilton1797Hamilton BankstonWilkes County, GAtax recordsWilkes County Tax Returns100 acres originally granted to Peter Bankston

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1838 Apr 12Bankston, Henrietta12 Apr 1838Henrietta BankstonWashington Parish, Louisianaprobate salecopy of document (Thanks to Pat Bezet) There were two contemporary Henry Harrison Bankstons and one or two in the next generation; a Simeon Coates Bankston and two Simeon Coates and a third Simeon in the next generation; Young Bankston in two generations; three Levis in two generations; Leslie in two generations; and Cecilia in three families.[#22631]

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1838 Mar 21Bankston, Henrietta21 Mar 1838Henrietta BankstonWashington Parish, LouisianadiedPat Bezet[#22631]

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1773Bankston, Henry1773 (est.)Henry BankstonunknownbirthDon Clarke based on 1794 poll tax[#22635]

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1794Bankston, Henry1794Henry BankstonHancock County, GAtaxDon Clarke[#22635]levied on those 21 or older

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1802Bankston, Henry1802Henry BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Reynold's militia district with 100 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston and originally granted to Marberry

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1802Bankston, Henry1802Henry BankstonGreene County, GAexecutorDon Clarke sent a copy of the will[#22635]estate of John Parker. Henry inherited a slave named Charity

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1803Bankston, Henry1803Henry BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Reynold's district with 104 acres, 80 acres, and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston

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1804Bankston, Henry1804Henry BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Williams' district with 184 acres and 2 slaves on Barber's Creek adjoining Fulsom

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1805Bankston, Henry1805Henry BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185[#22635]drew blanks

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1805Bankston, Henry1805Henry BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Williams' district with 299 acres and 2 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston

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1806Bankston, Henry1806Henry BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Williams' district with 299 acres and 2 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Rudy

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1807Bankston, Henry1807Henry BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Robertson's district with 299 acres and 3 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Huasey

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1808Bankston, Henry1808Henry BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Williams' district with 299 acres and 4 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Middleton

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1808 Nov 9Bankston, Henry9 Nov 1808Henry BankstonClarke County, GAadministrator's bondloose papershttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#22635]Henry Bankston, original signature; estate of Peter Bankston deceased

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1809Bankston, Henry1809Henry BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Morgan's district with 425 acres and 4 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Middleton

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1810Bankston, Henry1810Henry BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Torry's district with 423 acres and 4 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Parker

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1811 MayBankston, HenryMay 1811Henry BankstonClarke County, GAdiedDon Clarke sent copy of estate papers[#22635]inventory of estate of Henry Bankston listed four slaves: a woman named Charity, a girl Leah, and boys Gilbert and Green. Nearly everything in the estate was purchased by Sarah Bankston although James Langford bought several items and Jacob Bankston bought a sorrel mare.

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1812Bankston, Henry1812Henry Bankston [estate]Clarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Hill's district with 126 acres and 4 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining East with an additional 2021/2 acres in Wilkinson Co., GA

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1813Bankston, Henry1813Henry Bankston [estate]Clarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Hill's district with 126 acres and 4 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining East with an additional 2021/2 acres in Wilkinson Co., GA

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1814Bankston, Henry1814Henry Bankston [estate]Clarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Stranglin's district with 124 acres and 3 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining East with an additional 2021/2 acres

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1815Bankston, Henry1815Henry Bankston [estate]Clarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Parker's district with 126 acres and 3 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining East

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1816Bankston, Henry1816Henry Bankston [estate]Clarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Parker's district with 124 acres and 3 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining East

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1817Bankston, Henry1817Henry Bankston [estate]Clarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Parker's district with 124 acres and 3 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining East

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1817 Apr 1Bankston, Henry1 Apr 1817Henry BankstonClarke County, GAguardianshipcourt recordshttp://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dhcm9pqw_6ftgvpm[#22635]children listed

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1783Bankston, Henry Harrison1783Henry Harrison BankstonGeorgiabirthElaRuth McCullough[#226313]

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1841 Dec 31Bankston, Henry M.31 Dec 1841Henry M. BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2[#226348]Henry M. Bankston [#226348?] to Permilia B. Davis

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1842 Sep 11Bankston, Henry M.11 Sep 1842Henry M. BankstonButts County, GAdeedButts County, Georgia - Marriages. Some Georgia Records citing Book F, page 165 at Archives in Drawer 72[#226348]Henry M. Bankston deeded his 50 acres of land in southeast corner of Butts County to Elijah Bankston and Elizabeth Bankston his father & mother when he moved. Recorded 1844. witnesses A.L. Robinson and Steven Bailey, JP. recording clerk was William Bankston

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1798Bankston, Hiram1798 (est)Hyram BankstonWilkes County, GAmarriageKay Stowe, a descendant[#226227]Susannah Slayden, dtr of Arthur Slayden and Rosamond Pugh

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1808 Nov 9Bankston, Hiram9 Nov 1808Hiram BankstonWilkes County, GAheirshown as heir of Peter's estate in 1806[#226227]Why were shares for Hiram, Morris Davis and Nimrod Taylor less than the others??

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1815 Nov 15Bankston, Hiram15 Nov 1815Hyram BankstonWilkes County, GAdeathKay Stowe, a descendant[#226227]also - Hyram's heirs named in Lawrence's will

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1832Bankston, Hiram P.1832 (est)Hiram P. BankstonWilkes County, GAbirthKay Stowe, a descendant[#22622711]to Wildon and Martha Bankston

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1766Bankston, Isaac1766Isaac BankstonRowan County, NC (born near Salisbury)birthIsaac Bankston [#22642] deposition 1859[#22642]

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1766Bankston, Isaac1766 (est.)Isaac BankstonRowan County, NC (near Salisbury)birthRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#22642]formerly known as the Salisbury District

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1793Bankston, Isaac1793Isaac BankstonWashington Co., GAmuster rollsRecords of Washington Co., GA, pp. 97-98 (Thanks to Don Clarke for copy.)[#22642]member of Capt. McDowell's Co, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Regiment.

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1794Bankston, Isaac1794Isaac Bankstonunknownbounty land warrantIsaac Bankston [#22642] deposition 1859[#22642]obtained a Bounty Land Warrant for his services under Captain Carson in the Indian hostilities in this state.

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1794 Dec 2Bankston, Isaac2 Dec 1794Isaac BankstonWarren County, GAmarriedGone to Georgia: Jackson and Gwinnett Counties and Their Neighbors in the Western Migration, pp. 215-216[#22642]Polly (Mary Jane) Goings

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1797Bankston, Isaac1797Isaac BankstonWarren County, GA (guess)neighborsno reference[#22642]Moses and Agnes Going lived next to the Bankstons on Long Creek.

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1800sBankston, Isaac1800sIsaac BankstonButts County, GAmoveno reference[#22642]The family lived in Indian Spring.

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1812Bankston, Isaac1812 (est.)Isaac BankstonMorgan County, GAWar of 1812Don Clarke[#22642]Isaac was a private in Capt. Henry Lane's Company (Volunteer Company of Light Infantry) in the 281st Militia District. (Capt. Lane served from 1 Jul 1809 to 23 Jul 1812)

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1859 AugBankston, IsaacAug 1859Isaac BankstonButts County, GA (guess)diedno reference[#22642]

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1859 Jun 8Bankston, Isaac8 Jun 1859Isaac BankstonButts County, GAdepositionRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135, Banckston, Elijah #R.478[#22642]Transcribed under Isaac Bankston [#22642] who was 93 years old at the time

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1784 Feb 20Bankston, Isabella20 Feb 1784Isabella BankstonNC or GAbirthStevens IV, Ancestors and Related Families on rootsweb.com[#226222]

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1801 Dec 10Bankston, Isabella10 Dec 1801Isabella BankstonWilkes County, GAmarriageStevens IV, Ancestors and Related Families on rootsweb.com[#226222]Isabella married Isaiah Tucker Irvin

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1874 Aug 22Bankston, Isabella22 Aug 1874Isabella (Bankston) IrvinWilkes County, GAdeathStevens IV, Ancestors and Related Families on rootsweb.com[#226222]wife of Isaiah Tucker Irvin

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1860Bankston, Jack1860Jack BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusJack Bankston aged 20 lives with Robert M. McMahan aged 60 and wife Cynthia 65 in household #391 in Coody's District, P.O. Indian Springs

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1740Bankston, Jacob1740Jacob BankstonPennsylvania (guess)birthJames Lea deposition of 1793 - fifth and youngest son of Laurance Bankston; Isaac Bankston deposition of 1859 - brother of Danielhttp://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#2263]

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1747-1779Bankston, Jacob1747-1779 (undated)Jacob BancksonGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#2263]original signature

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1747-1779Bankston, Jacob1747-1779 (undated)Jacob BancksonGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/AnsonCountyPetitionSignatures[#2263]full list of signatures

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1770 Dec 8Bankston, Jacob8 Dec 1770Jacob BanksonAnson County, NCland warrantNC Court of Claims Record of Patents Granted -Secretary of State's Papers 1740-1775, p. 157[#2263]for 400 acres

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1771Bankston, Jacob1771Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewno reference[#2263]

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1771 Nov 18Bankston, Jacob18 Nov 1771Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCland patentColony of NC 1765-1775 Abstracts of Land Patents[#2263]400 acres on side of Yadkin River

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1771 Oct 12Bankston, Jacob12 Oct 1771Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewAnson Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 64 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2263]Ordered that the following Persons to wit. Isaac Calloway, Job Calloway, Ribert Car, Jacob Bankson, William Hendey, Edward moore, Joshua Carter, Daniel Bankson, Jacob Carter, Drury Ledbetter, Junstal Crane and George Lee be a Jury to Lay out a road the nearest and best way from Edward Moore's store on the Yadkin River Leading to the _____ the lower lawyers springs and that they the afore mentioned hands together with John Blalock, George Bagby, James Ryall, Robert Walker, John Gofe, John Barnett, Nathan Worrell, and their hands be liable to keep the said road and work on the same without being Exempt from working on the road where on they are now Liable to work.

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1773 Apr 22Bankston, Jacob22 Apr 1773Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCdeedDeed Book K:119 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2263]Between Jacob Banckson of the County of Anson & Province of No. Carolina of the one part and Job Caloway of the other ... Thirty five Pounds Proc. Money ... by estimation 104 acres Being on the So. side of the Yadkin River near Rockhold Creek being parte of the sd. land sd. Banksons now possessed ... Jacob Banc in Presence of Danl. Banckson, John Coloway, Wm. Magon.

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1773 Apr 22Bankston, Jacob22 Apr 1773Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCdeedno reference[#2263]executed a deed to Job Calloway

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1774 Apr 13Bankston, Jacob13 Apr 1774Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewAnson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 107 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2263]13 Apr 1774 "Ordered that a road be laid out the nearest and best way from the Salisbury road above Andrew Bankst__ to the mouth of the Huwary River and that the Following Jury or any twelve of them lay out the Same Viz. Daniel Bankston, Jacob Bankston, Job Calloway, Lambeth Hopkins, John Martin, Jacob Carter, Joshua Carter, Buckner Kimbell, Andrew Bankston, Dunkin Rone, William Hendley, Drury Ledbetter, John Walker, and John Calloway

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1774 Jul 12Bankston, Jacob12 Jul 1774Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewAnson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 122 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2263]Ordered that Daniel Bankston be appointed overseer of the road from Linces Creek to the mouth of Huary and that the following hands be subject to work on the same Thomas Simpson, Matthew Harrald, Adam Rone, Peter Rone, William Noble, Thomas Noble, David Noble, James Hern, Purnal Hern, Joseph McClister, Samuel Carter, Joshua Carter, Drury Ledbetter, John Allen, William Hern, Joshua Hern, Henry Mounger, Buckney Kimball, George Lee."

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1775Bankston, Jacob1775 (guess)Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCroad crewAnson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 122[#2263]Ordered that Job Calloway be appointed overseer of the road from the County Line to Linces Creek & that the following hands be subject to work on the Same - Zachariah Henderson, George Runnald, James Rogers Senr., James Rogers Junr., John Rogers, John Dunn, Edward Moore, John Walker, Robert Walker, Stephen Trudwell, William Hendley, Tunetale Rone, John Potete, Joseph Henderson, Jacob Bankston, Andrew Bankston, John Calloway, Jacob Carter, John Martin, William Ellis, Lamberth Hopkins, Luke John, John Morgan, Benjamin Rogers, Moses Cocks, John Cocks, James Royal. (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde)

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1776 Nov 11Bankston, Jacob11 Nov 1776Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCdeedDeed Book K:400 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.)[#2263]between Jacob Banckson Planter of the One part and Job Calloway Planter ... One Hundred and Sixty five Pounds Proclamation Money ... in Anson County ... South side of the Yadkin River on a Creek called Rockhole near Joseph Hendersons Plantation ... on the lower side of Rockhole Creek in Andrew Bancksons line runs thence South 45 East to a hickory near Robert Cars line then South 45 W Job Calloways dividing line between the sd. Banckson and Calloway ... land granted to the said Jacob Banckson by Josiah Martin Esqr. bareing date in the year one thousand seven hundred and seventy one ... containing two hundred and ninety five acres ... Jacob Banckson in presence of Joseph Henderson, John Calloway, Wm. Morgan.
1774 Jul 12 Bankston, Daniel 12 Jul 1774 Daniel Bankston Anson County, NC road crew Anson County Court Minutes 1771-1777: p. 122 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.) Ordered that Daniel Bankston be appointed overseer of the road from Linces Creek to the mouth of Huary and that the following hands be subject to work on the same Thomas Simpson, Matthew Harrald, Adam Rone, Peter Rone, William Noble, Thomas Noble, David Noble, James Hern, Purnal Hern, Joseph McClister, Samuel Carter, Joshua Carter, Drury Ledbetter, John Allen, William Hern, Joshua Hern, Henry Mounger, Buckney Kimball, George Lee."

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1778Bankston, Jacob1778Jacob BancksonAnson County, NCpetitionPetition of inhabitants of Anson Co. re: formation of Montgomery Co. Journal of North Carolina Genealogy 10:1244[#2263]

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1778Bankston, Jacob1778 (est.)Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAmoveIsaac Bankston [#22642] deposition 1859[#2263]Daniel & Jacob Bankston moved their families from NC to GA "about the beginning or just before the commencement of the Revolutionary War". Jacob had a son named Elijah who could have served in the Revolutionary War

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1779Bankston, Jacob1779Jacob BanksonAnson County, NCpetition signed by inhabitants for the formation of Montgomery CountyAnson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early Records, pp. 73, 85, 91, 104, 108, 136, 143[#2263]

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1779Bankston, Jacob1779 (est.)Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAsoldierElijah Bankston pension application[#2263]about the time of the Revolution (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for a copy of Elijah's application

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1779 Jun 30Bankston, Jacob30 Jun 1779Jacob BankstonMontgomery County, NCland grantAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 7, #91[#2263]Jacob filed for 200 acres of land on the headwaters of Sampers Branch and SW side of Salisbury Road. His land adjoined that of his brother Daniel

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1780 Feb 7Bankston, Jacob7 Feb 1780Jacob BankstonMontgomery County, NCneighborAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 18 #266-268 272[#2263]John Hilliard entered 200 acres in Montgomery Co. bordering lands of Jacob and Daniel Bankson; Richard Pemberton, Sr. entered 100 acres bordering Jacob Bankson; Benj. Baird entered 100 acres on Clover Fork which included William Bankston's improvement; and William Kindle entered 150 acres on SW of Yadkin River and on W of Long Creek between Daniel Bankston and Jacob Bankston.

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1782Bankston, Jacob1782 (est.)Jacob BankstonGeorgiaRevolutionary WarDon Clarke sent copy from Georgia Genealogist, pp. 22, 29-30[#2263]1st Brigade, 3rd Division of the Georgia Militia under Gen. John Stewart & Capt. Wm. Starn

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1782Bankston, Jacob1782Jacob BankstonMontgomery County, NCtax listNorth Carolina Taxpayers 1679-1790, 2:10[#2263]

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1784Bankston, Jacob1784Jacob BankstonHancock County, GAdeedDeed Book A[#2263]wife Jemima

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1784Bankston, Jacob1784Jacob BankstonJackson County, GAmovedEarly History of Jackson County, p. 188[#2263]came with Jordan Clark

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1784Bankston, Jacob1784Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAmovedEarly History of Jackson County, p. 188[#2263]came with Jordan Clark

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1784 Oct 3Bankston, Jacob3 Oct 1784Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAappraised estateWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, p. 43[#2263]

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1785Bankston, Jacob1785Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAbounty grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing Book LLL:293[#2263]For Revolutionary War service in the Georgia militia, Jacob received a bounty grant for 288 acres

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1786 Nov 27Bankston, Jacob27 Nov 1786Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAproperty saleBook AA pp. 125-128[#2263]Peter Bankson & Daniel Bankson to Matthew Wood of Greene County, GA (Transcribed. Thanks to Pat Bezet for the copy)

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1788 Jan 1Bankston, Jacob1 Jan 1788Jacob BanksonCaswell County, NCdeedno referencehttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#2263]John Bankson to Jacob Bankson mentioned in Andrew Bankson deposition of 1 Jan 1797

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1788 Jan 1Bankston, Jacob1 Jan 1788Jacob BankstonCaswell County, NCdeedCaswell County, NC, Indentures 1788, #239[#2263]Jacob "of Washington County, Georgia" when he purchased 63 acres for 500 pounds from his cousin, James Bankston, heir-at-law of Capt. Lawrence Bankston.

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1788 Sep 5Bankston, Jacob5 Sep 1788Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAwitnessed deedWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:79[#2263]for Robert Day, significant because of earlier Day neighbors in NC.

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1788-1792Bankston, Jacob1788-1792Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GA [now Warren County]church membershipMars Hills Baptist Church Records. Georgia Archives[#2263]Jacob was at Long Creek Baptist Church. Jacob Sr. was probably the minister.

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1789Bankston, Jacob1789Jacob BanksonWilkes County, GAbounty landIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book RRR:378[#2263]

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1789 Jul 17Bankston, Jacob17 Jul 1789Jacob BankstonCaswell County, NCdeedCaswell County, NC, Indentures 1788, #239; Deed Book F[#2263]Jacob "of Washington County, Georgia" sold to Ann Greer of Caswell Co., 60 acres on N Hico on a side of Panthers Creek.

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1790Bankston, Jacob1790Jacob BankstonGreene County, GAheadrightsIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing Book TTT:90[#2263]134 acres 2441/2 acres in Hancock Co., GA in 1798.(224),, p. 28 citing books LLL: 293, &

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1790Bankston, Jacob1790 (approx)Jacob Bankstonunknownland grantSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 108[#2263]received headright or bounty land grant.

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1790Bankston, Jacob1790Jacob BankstonWashington County, GAjusticeDon Clarke citing Augusta Chronical of 20 Feb 1790[#2263]

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1790Bankston, Jacob1790Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAtaxed"Wilkes County" in Early Records of Georgia, 2:46[#2263]one poll, 1900 acres

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1791 Oct 10Bankston, Jacob10 Oct 1791Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:74 citing Deeds Book G.G pp. 423 & 452[#2263]Jacob Bankston of Washington Co. sold 25 and 260 acres on waters of Beaverdam Creek in Wilkes Co. adjoining George Bagby, Wm Terrell, and Isham Richardson, parts of his original grant of 1787, to William and Peter B. Terrell.

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1792 Feb 2Bankston, Jacob2 Feb 1792Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:74 citing Deeds Book G.G pp. 423 & 452[#2263]Jacob Bankston of Washington Co. sold 25 and 260 acres on waters of Beaverdam Creek in Wilkes Co. adjoining George Bagby, Wm Terrell, and Isham Richardson, parts of his original grant of 1787, to William and Peter B. Terrell.

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1792 JulBankston, JacobJul 1792Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GA [now Hancock County]church elderHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, pp. 82-83[#2263]1949 Historical Report: Horeb Church, first meeting, Brother Jacob Bankston chosen Elder.

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1792-1798Bankston, Jacob1792-1798Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GA [now Hancock County]church membershipMars Hills Baptist Church Records. Georgia Archives[#2263]Jacob was at Horeb Baptist Church.

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1793 Apr 13Bankston, Jacob13 Apr 1793Jacob BankstonAnson County, NCwitnessed deedDeed Book K:90 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde)[#2263]Lambeth Hopkins to Daniel Bankston 388 acres on the South side of the Yadkin River ... Garr Creek

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1793 OctBankston, JacobOct 1793Jacob BanksonCaswell County, NCdeed filedno reference[#2263]50 acres from James Bankston

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1795Bankston, Jacob1795Jacob BankstonHancock County, GAwitnessed deedBankston Cousins[#2263]Moses Goings of Warren Co., GA

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1798Bankston, Jacob1798Jacob BankstonHancock County, GAheadrightsIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing Book AAAAA:313[#2263]2441/2 acres

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1798 & 1799Bankston, Jacob1798 & 1799Jacob BankstonJackson County, GAtaxedBankston Cousins[#2263]

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1798 Dec 17Bankston, Jacob17 Dec 1798Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAbirthno reference[#226343]

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1798 Feb 10Bankston, Jacob10 Feb 1798Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedDon Clarke sent a copy from Superior Court Deed Book AB: 501-503[#2263]Jacob Bankston and Jemimah Bankston of Hancock Co., GA sold two tracts of land (of 244.5 & 134 acres) on waters of Fulsom's Creek to Ezekiel Smith for $900. "butting & bounding as follows, South by Robert Days land when surveyed, now Jonas Shirus [?] land, East by Benjamin Hazzards land, and on all other sides by the said Jacob Bankston land, ... the other Tract butting and bounding as follows N.W. by Madduns land when surveyed now occupied by Henry Muffit. S.W. by Brurers land when surveyed, now said Ezekiel Smith land, on the other sides by Bankstons land, ... [signed] Jacob Bankston, Jemimah Bankston (her mark)"

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1799 Jan 24Bankston, Jacob24 Jan 1799Jacob BankstonJackson County, GAestateLegal Advertising From Old Georgia Newspapers. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 9: p. 516[#2263]Lambeth Hopkins estate. Priscilla Hopkins, Jacob Bankston, and Jacob Autrey applied for letters of administration. Jacob Bankston, Andrew Bankston etc. are named on Hopkins documents as witnesses

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1799 Jun 1Bankston, Jacob1 Jun 1799Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAchurchBankston Cousins, p. 10[#2263]Jacob was appointed clerk of Mars Hill Church

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1799 Jun 1Bankston, Jacob1 Jun 1799Jacob BankstonClarke County, GA [now Oconee County]church membershipMars Hills Baptist Church Records. Georgia Archives[#2263]Jacob and his wife Jemima were founding members of the Mars Hill Baptist Church

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1799-1808Bankston, Jacob1799-1808Jacob BankstonClarke County, GA [now Oconee County]church historyHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, pp. 82-83[#2263]1949 Historical Report: "Pastor 7-19-1801 to 4-16-1803, 7-16-1808 to 7-15-1809; Clerk: 7-13-1799 to 1-31-1801. ...Baptist, came from VA to Wilkes Co., GA to Yamacutah, Jackson Co, GA with Jordan Clark in 1784, reported in Early History of Jackson County, page 188. From the Minutes of Long Creek Baptist Church, originally in Wilkes, now in Warren Co., GA: June 1792: a motion made by Brother Jacob Bankston for a constitution on Fulsum's Creek, was agreed to constitute the following members: Jacob Bankston, Robert Day, Daniel Conner, Martin Armstrong, Jeremiah Bankston, & others. Minutes of the Church of Horeb, formerly Fulsom Creek Church, constituted 1792: July 1792: First Meeting, Brother Jacob Bankston chosen Elder. June 1794: appointed Brethern Day, Parker, Daniel Bankston, & Jacob Bankston to be a committee..."Jacob Bankston, Robert Day, Daniel Conner, Martin Armstrong, Jeremiah Bankston, Parker, & others

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1799-1808Bankston, Jacob1799-1808Jacob BankstonClarke County, GA [now Oconee County]church membershipMars Hills Baptist Church Records. Georgia Archives[#2263]Mars Hill Baptist Church

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1800 Jun 23Bankston, Jacob23 Jun 1800Jacob BankstonJackson County, GAexecutorno reference[#22633]will of William Stone (wife Nancy)

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1800 Sep 5Bankston, Jacob5 Sep 1800Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAchurchBankston Cousins, p. 10[#2263]Jacob was chosen Messenger to the Association.

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1801 Sep 28Bankston, Jacob28 Sep 1801Jacob BankstonJackson County, GAgrand juryBankston Cousins[#2263]served as foreman

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1802Bankston, Jacob1802Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax listsCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Reynold's district on waters of Barber's Creek originally granted to Marberry

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1802Bankston, Jacob1802Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt.Reynold's militia district with 400 acres and one slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Mr. Washington

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1803Bankston, Jacob1803Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Reynold's district with 450 acres and one slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Williamson

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1803 Apr 16Bankston, Jacob16 Apr 1803Jacob BankstonClarke County, GA [now Oconee County]dismissedMars Hills Baptist Church Records. Georgia Archives[#2263]dismissed by letter from Mars Hill Baptist Church

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1804Bankston, Jacob1804Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Runnels' district with 400 acres and one slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1804 Jun 4Bankston, Jacob4 Jun 1804Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAland grantBankston Cousins[#2263]received a 'headright' grant of 100 acres

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1804 Jun 4Bankston, Jacob4 Jun 1804Jacob BankstonWilkes County, GAwarrantBankston Cousins[#2263]renewed an old warrant for 112 acres in part of his own headrights

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1805Bankston, Jacob1805Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185[#2263]drew blanks

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1805Bankston, Jacob1805Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Reynold's district with 400 acres and 2 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Williams

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1806Bankston, Jacob1806Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Brown's district with 400 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1807Bankston, Jacob1807Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Robertson's district with 700 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1807 Mar 7Bankston, Jacob7 Mar 1807Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAwitness"Will Book 'A', Clarke Co., GA 1803-1822." Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 18:1165[#2263]witnessed Will of William Bankston (question: Why would a person ask their uncle to witness the will?)

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1807-1817Bankston, Jacob1807-1817Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAministerMarriage Records[#22633]

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1808Bankston, Jacob1808Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Morgan's district with 400 acres and 5 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Haygood and two additional lots of 2021/2 acres each in Wilkinson Co. from the 1807 land lottery (district 7 lot 275 & district 12 lot 240)

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1808Bankston, Jacob1808 (est.)Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAadministrator's bondloose papershttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#2263]Henry Bankston, original signature; estate of Peter Bankston deceased

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1808 Jul 16Bankston, Jacob16 Jul 1808Jacob BankstonClarke County, GApastorHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church and Community; Oconee County, Georgia. "Mars Hills Baptist Church Records" at Georgia Archives[#22633]

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1808 Oct 5Bankston, Jacob5 Oct 1808Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAmarriagePat Bezet sent a copy of the original from the archives[#22633]Jacob married to Nancy Brewer by Jeremiah Burnett MG

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1809Bankston, Jacob1809Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Morgan's district with 400 acres and 4 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1810Bankston, Jacob1810Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Terry's district with 250 acres and 1 slave on waters of Robinson's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1811Bankston, Jacob1811Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. White's district with 400 acres and 5 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1811 Jul 2Bankston, Jacob2 Jul 1811Jacob BankstonClarke County, GApurchaserPat Bezet citing records at the Archives[#22633]William Bankston estate sale

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1811 Jun 9Bankston, Jacob9 Jun 1811Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAcontractDon Clarke sent a copy of Territorial Papers of the United States, 18:537[#2263]relinquished rights to Elijah Banckston my son for Jacob's claim against the Indians for property taken at McNabs fort in 1782. Jacob planned to move to Mississippi.

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1812Bankston, Jacob1812Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Rositer's district with 300 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1812 Sep 28Bankston, Jacob28 Sep 1812Jacob BankstonWatkinsville, GA [now in Oconee County]enlistmentunknown[#226343]Service record & pension mentioned

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1813Bankston, Jacob1813Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Rositer's district with 400 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Morris

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1814Bankston, Jacob1814Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Tramel's district with 400 acres and 1 slave on Robinson's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1815Bankston, Jacob1815Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Tromel's district with 456 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1816Bankston, Jacob1816Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Middleton's district with 374 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining East

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1817Bankston, Jacob1817Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAvanishedno reference[#2263]There are no estate records for Jacob or Jemima and no record of any Jacob Bankston after 1817.

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1817Bankston, Jacob1817Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2263]in Capt. Middleton's district with 394 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Haygood

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1817 NovBankston, JacobNov 1817Jacob BankstonClarke County, GAdeedsDon Clarke[#2263]He apparently left the county after selling the last of his lands.

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1818Bankston, Jacob1818Jacob BankstonClaiborne, Alabama Territoryunclaimed letterno reference[#22633]

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1820Bankston, Jacob1820Jacob BankstonWashington Parish, LouisianamoveFederal census[#22633]Jacob had a wife and two daughters under age 10.

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1850Bankston, Jacob1850Jacob BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal census[#226343]born in South Carolina !

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1747-1779Bankston, James1747-1779 (undated)James BancksonGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#22611]original signature

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1747-1779Bankston, James1747-1779 (undated)James BancksonGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/AnsonCountyPetitionSignatures[#22611]full list of signatures

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1757Bankston, James1757 (guess)James BanksonOrange County, NC (guess)birthIsaac Bankston deposition of 1859 - second son of Andrew Bankson; corroborated by James Lea deposition of 1793[#22611]

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1778Bankston, James1778James BanksonAnson County, NCpetitionPetition of inhabitants of Anson Co. re: formation of Montgomery Co. Journal of North Carolina Genealogy 10:1244[#22611]For formation of Montgomery County implying that James was 21 years old

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1779Bankston, James1779James BanksonAnson County, NCpetition signed by inhabitants for the formation of Montgomery CountyAnson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early Records, pp. 73, 85, 91, 104, 108, 136, 143[#22611]

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1783Bankston, James1783James BankstonCaswell County, NCheir at lawN. C. Inventories of Estates, 1677-1784. Journal of North Carolina Genealogy citing Secretary of State file #SS945 page 180[#22611]his father, Andrew Bankston died previously

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1785Bankston, James1785 (est.)James BanksonMontgomery County, NC (guess)marriedBeverly Fleming, Shelbyville, IL 62565, family records[#22611]married Judith Lee of Virginia, possibly daughter of Robert and Sarah Lee of Anson County, NC

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1787Bankston, James1787James BankstonMontgomery County, NCbirth of sonno reference[#22611]first child born in NC, last in TN, all between in GA

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1788 Jan 1Bankston, James1 Jan 1788James BanksonCaswell County, NCdeedCaswell County, NC, Indentures, 1788, #239[#22611]James Bankson (heir-at-law of Capt. Lawrence Bankson, deceased) deeded 50 acres to Jacob Bankson

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1793 OctBankston, JamesOct 1793James BanksonCaswell County, NCdeed filedno reference[#22611]50 acres to Jacob Bankston

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1795 Jan 8Bankston, James8 Jan 1795James BanksonOglethorpe County, GAbirth[#226121]Oglethorpe County is between Wilkes and Oconee

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1804 Dec 12Bankston, James12 Dec 1804James BanksonIllinoismoveThe Territorial Papers of the United States: Commissions and Appointments Issued by the Illinois Territorial Governor. Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 12:164[#22611]James, Silas, and Andrew Bankson of St Clair County were among those who signed a petition to Congress

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1811 Jul 2Bankston, James2 Jul 1811James BankstonClarke County, GApurchaserPat Bezet citing records at the ArchivesWilliam Bankston estate sale

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1812Bankston, James1812James BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Easley's district

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1813Bankston, James1813James BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Rositer's district

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1814Bankston, James1814James BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Tramel's district; then show only John in

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1830Bankston, James1830James BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusJames 4m 4f

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1820Bankston, James L.1820James L. BankstonJasper County, GAcensusFederal censusJames between 26-45, female 16-25, son under 10

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1860Bankston, James R.1860James R. BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusJames R. Bankston aged 37 with wife Elizabeth aged 35 and children Lavonia 8, Cicero 5, Ellen 1 in household #236 in Jackson District, P.O. Jackson

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1830Bankston, James S.1830James S. BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusJames S. 3m 2f

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1850Bankston, James S.1850James S. BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusJames S. Bankston, aged 60, b. GA with wife Elsa aged 56, b. GA and son Jonah F. aged 9

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1860Bankston, Jane1860Jane BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusJane Bankston aged 70 with Martha 40, Cynthia 38, Eliza 26, Simeon j. 25 all born in Virginia in household #389 in Coody's District, P.O. Indian Springs

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1787Bankston, Jas.1787Jas. BankstonWashington County, GAland grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book MMM:68[#22611]150 acres

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1805Bankston, Jas.1805Jas. BankstonWashington County, GAland grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book F-5:63150 acres

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1784Bankston, Jemima1784Jemima BankstonHancock County, GAdeedDeed Book A[#2263]Jemima named as wife of Jacob

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1798 Feb 10Bankston, Jemima10 Feb 1798Jemimah BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedDon Clarke sent a copy from Superior Court Deed Book AB: 501-503[#2263]Jacob Bankston and Jemimah Bankston of Hancock Co., GA

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1817Bankston, Jemima1817Jemima BankstonClarke County, GAvanishedno reference[#2263]There are no estate records for Jacob or Jemima Bankston after 1817.

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1832 Oct 21Bankston, Jemima21 Oct 1832Jemima BankstonButts County, GAbirthLDS IGI[#2263416]

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1805 Feb 16Bankston, Jemina16 Feb 1805Jemina BankstonClarke County, GA [now Oconee County]churchMars Hills Baptist Church Records. Georgia Archives[#2263]dismissed by letter from Mars Hill Baptist Church

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1799-1808Bankston, Jeremia1799-1808Jeremiah BankstonClarke County, GAchurch historyHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, pp. 82-831949 Historical Report mentions Jeremiah which could be mis-reading of Jemima.

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1837 Nov 8Bankston, Jerima8 Nov 1837Jerima BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2Jerima Bankston to William Harper

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1817 Jan 13Bankston, Joel13 Jan 1817Joel BankstonRowan County, NC (near Salisbury)land saleno reference59 1/2 acres sold to John Click

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1699Bankston, John1699 (guess)John BankstonPhiladelphia County, PAbirth[#224]older brother of Lawrence who move to Maryland and "disappeared"

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1741 Dec 5Bankston, John5 Dec 1741John BanksonPhiladelphiamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 8:21married Mary Cowely at Christ Church

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1754 Jun 11Bankston, John11 Jun 1754John BankstonMontgomery County, NC (guess)birthno reference[#22631]

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1760 May 8Bankston, John8 May 1760John BankstonOrange County, NCbirthA Southern Branch of the Lawrence Family, p. 92[#2XXXC]

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1778Bankston, John1778 (guess)John BankstonGeorgia (guess)marriedno reference[#22631]Henrietta CoatesHowell Jarret signed marriage bond

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1779Bankston, John1779John BanksonAnson County, NCpetition signed by inhabitants for the formation of Montgomery CountyAnson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early Records, pp. 73, 85, 91, 104, 108, 136, 143[#22631]

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1782Bankston, John1782 (guess)John BankstonWilkes County, GARevolutionno reference[#22631]served in the Georgia Militia with his father

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1784Bankston, John1784John BankstonunknownmarriedA Southern Branch of the Lawrence Family, p. 93[#2XXXC]

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1785Bankston, John1785John BankstonWilkes County, GAland recordsIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book GGG:248[#22631]200 acres

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1785-179xBankston, John1785-179xJohn BankstonRockingham County, NCdeedsno referenceRockingham is adjacent to Caswell

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1788 Jul 4Bankston, John4 Jul 1788John BankstonWilkes County, GAneighborWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, p. 72[#22631]adjoined land that John and Dolly Brown sold to Howell Jarrott

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1793Bankston, John1793Jno. BankstonFranklin County, GAmuster rollSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 94[#22631]

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1795-1798Bankston, John1795-1798John BankstonSpartanburg District, SCministerSouth Carolina Baptists 1670-1805, p. 240[#2XXXC]John was the pastor of the Buck Creek Baptist Church

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1796 Nov 11Bankston, John11 Nov 1796John BankstonWilkes County, GAappraiserWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 103[#22631]estate of Moses Arnold

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1800Bankston, John1800John BankstonSpartanburg County, SCcensusFederal census[#2XXXC]

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1801Bankston, John1801John BankstonJackson County, GAdebtno referenceJohn Bankston put up two slaves, four horses, and four beds to secure a note made out to James Moore of Greene County. The note was due 25 Dec 1801, but not recorded until June 1809

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1802Bankston, John1802John BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt. Reynold's militia district with no lands and 3 slaves

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1804Bankston, John1804John BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]as administrator of the estate of Peter Bankston in Capt. Melton's district with 100 acres and 5 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston

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1804-1810Bankston, John1804-1810John BankstonSpartanburg County, SCministerno reference[#2XXXC]John was a minister with a congregation during these years.

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1805Bankston, John1805John BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4:184[#22623]drew blanks

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1806Bankston, John1806John Bankston, JrClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt Williams' district

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1806Bankston, John1806John BankstonSpartanburg County, SChearingPaul Dalbec[#2XXXC]competancy hearing of Isaac Cantrell

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1806 Feb 29Bankston, John29 Feb 1806John BankstonClarke County, GAestateClarke Co. estate packethttp://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/BANKSTONRWSDocumentation/[#22623]John administered the estate of his father, Peter

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1807Bankston, John1807John Bankston, JrClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt. Robertson's district

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1807Bankston, John1807John BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestDon Clarke e-mail[#22631]Capt. Harper's district with 50 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Stringer and originally granted to Washington

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1807Bankston, John1807John BankstonSpartanburg District, SClegalBankston Cousins citing Sp. Conveyance Book H. p.1[#2XXXC]Lawrence witnessed a power of attorney for John Bankston

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1808Bankston, John1808John Bankston, JrClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt. Morgan's district

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1808 Nov 9Bankston, John9 Nov 1808John BankstonClarke County, GAadministrator's bondloose papershttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#22623]J his mark for John Bankston, original signature; estate of Peter Bankston deceased

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1808 Nov 9Bankston, John9 Nov 1808John BankstonWilkes County, GAheirIsaac Bankston deposition of 1859 - named as a son of Peter; executor of Peter's estate[#22623]

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1808-1816Bankston, John1808-1816John BankstonColumbia County, GAministerRev. Cynthia Vold Forde[#2XXXC]

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1809Bankston, John1809John BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt. Easley's district with 6 slaves

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1809 Oct 26Bankston, John26 Oct 1809John BankstonClarke County, GAmarriedcopy of marriage license thanks to Pat Bezet[#22623]John Bankston married Elizabeth Maho

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1811Bankston, John1811John BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt. Hill's district with 3 slaves

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1811 Jul 2Bankston, John2 Jul 1811John BankstonClarke County, GApurchaserPat Bezet citing records at the Archives[#22623]William Bankston estate sale

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1812Bankston, John1812 (est.)John BankstonLouisianaprivateno reference[#22631]served in the War of 1812 with Louisiana forces

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1813Bankston, John1813John BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt. Rositer's district

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1814Bankston, John1814John BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt. Tramel's district; then show only John in

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1815Bankston, John1815John BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt. Tramel's district; and in

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1817Bankston, John1817John BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22623]Capt. Middleton's district.r ??) John Bankston had two draws in the

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1817Bankston, John1817John BankstonWarren County, GAmoveRev. Cynthia Vold Forde[#2XXXC]

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1818 Nov 14Bankston, John14 Nov 1818John BankstonOconee County, GAchurchHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, p. 84[#22623]wife Elizabeth excluded going away in disorder.

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1820Bankston, John1820John BankstonSt. Tammany Parish, Louisianacensusno reference[#22631]

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1820Bankston, John1820John BankstonWashington Parish, LouisianacensusFederal census[#22631]

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1822Bankston, John1822John BankstonGwinnett County, GAmovedDon Clarke citing the Christian Index obituary of 1836 or 1838[#2XXXC]served churches in the Yellow River Primitive Baptist Association

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1823 Sep 15Bankston, John15 Sep 1823John BankstonWashington Parish, LouisianadiedPat Bezet[#22631]

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1825-1826Bankston, John1825-1826John BankstonGwinnett County, GAchurchDon Clarke citing the Christian Index obituary of 1836 or 1838[#2XXXC]pastor of Sweetwater Church

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1830Bankston, John1830John BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusJohn 5m 5f

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1833Bankston, John1833John BankstonFive Forks, GAchurchDon Clarke citing the Christian Index obituary of 1836 or 1838[#2XXXC]founded Friendship Primitive Baptist Churchelders John Lawrence, Kinchen Rambo and others

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1838 Feb 23Bankston, John23 Feb 1838John BankstonGwinnett County, GAburiedDon Clarke citing the Christian Index obituary of 1836 or 1838[#2XXXC]in Sampson Lanier Cemetery

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1840Bankston, John1840John BankstonLivingston Parish, LouisianacensusFederal census[#22631]

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1829Bankston, John E.1829John E. BankstonGeorgiacensusFederal census[#2263431]in household of father

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1755 Nov 11Bankston, Jonas11 Nov 1755Jonas BanksonNew York CitymarriedPennsylvania Magazine of History and BiographyJonas married Dorothea Mootzin at Christ Lutheran Church

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1756 Mar 12Bankston, Joseph12 Mar 1756Joseph BanksonPennsylvaniabirthPennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644-1765, p. 22[#2XXC]Son of Andrew and Mary Bankson, baptized at Gloria Dei in Philadelphia

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1792Bankston, Joseph1792Joseph Bankstonunknownbirthcensus (guess)[#2XXXC3]

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1812Bankston, Joseph1812 (guess)unknownWar of 1812Pension files M-313[#2XXXC3]

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1812 Mar 3Bankston, Joseph3 Mar 1812Joseph BankstonSpartanburg, SCmarriedno reference[#2XXXC3]daughter of Solomon Abbott

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1825-1826Bankston, Joseph1825-1826Joseph Bankstonunknownmessengerno reference[#2XXXC3]Joseph was messenger for Yellow River Primitive Baptist Association

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1829Bankston, Joseph1829Joseph BankstonCoweta County, GAmoveElaRuth McCullough[#2XXXC3]

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1863Bankston, Joseph1863Joseph BankstonCoosa County, AL (guess)diedno reference[#2XXXC3]

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no dateBankston, Josephno dateJoseph BankstonCoosa County, ALmoveElaRuth McCullough[#2XXXC3]

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1754 Jun 11Bankston, Judith11 Jun 1754Judith BankstonOrange County, NC (guess)birthno reference[#22627]

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1850 Aug 26Bankston, Lavica26 Aug 1850Lavica BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2Lavica Bankston to Abram Treadweel (see Luvisa Bankston in census)

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1860Bankston, Leouidus A.1860Leouidus A. BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusLeouidus A. Bankston aged 21 in household #273 in Jackson District, P.O. Jackson

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1800Bankston, Levi1800Levi BanksonOtsego County, NYcensusFederal census

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1810Bankston, Levi1810Levi BanksonMontgomery County, NYcensusFederal census

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1830-18xxBankston, Levi1830-18xxLevi BanksonCayuga County, NYcensusFederal censuschildren Conrod b. ca 1798 m. Ellen; Benjamin b. ca 1800 m. Mary; others

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1802Bankston, Levy1802Levy BankstonClarke County, GAtax listsCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#226311]in Capt. Loyd's militia district on waters of Lane's Creek originally granted to Easley

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1807 Mar 7Bankston, Levy7 Mar 1807Levy BankstonClarke County, GAwitnessed willWill Book "A", Clarke Co., GA 1803-1822.' Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 18:1165[#226311]witnessed Will of William Bankston

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1779Bankston, Levy H.1779 (est.)Levy H. BankstonGeorgiabirthPat Bezet[#226311]

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1801Bankston, Lucy1801 (est.)Lucy BanksonTennesseebirthBeverly Fleming, Shelbyville, IL 62565, family records[#226117]

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1816 Feb 6Bankston, Lydia6 Feb 1816Lydia BanksonSt. Clair County, ILmarriedArchives marriage indexLydia married John Padfield

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1828 Jul 17Bankston, Mahaly17 Jul 1828Mahaly BanksonFayette County, ILmarriedMarriage RecordMahaly married Uriah Harris, both of age

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1809Bankston, Martha1809 (est)Martha BankstonWilkes County, GAmarriageGeorgia Wills and Returns Book "F" p. 267-269[#226224]Caleb Sappington, surveyor for Wilkes County, GA

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1885 Jun 13Bankston, Martha13 Jun 1885Martha BankstonButts County, GAdeedtranscription of deed (Thanks to Pat Stevens)[#226421]Isaac Bankston's daughters deeded three acres of land for a cemetery to the Mount Vernon Church. (Mt. Vernon Church records have been microfilmed by the University of Georgia)

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1740Bankston, Mary1740Mary Bankson??marriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 8:13, 21Mary married John Clifton by New Jersey license

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1742 Aug 15Bankston, Mary15 Aug 1742Mary BanksonPhiladelphiaburialBaptisms and Burials From the Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia 1709-1760, p. 117wife of John buried at Christ Church

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1746 Nov 24Bankston, Mary24 Nov 1746Mary BanksonPhiladelphiamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 8:13, 21Mary married John Boid at Christ Church

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1758 Oct 10Bankston, Mary10 Oct 1758Mary BanksonPhiladelphiamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 8:298, 308Mary married Peter Cap at Gloria Dei Church

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1765 Aug 17Bankston, Mary17 Aug 1765Mary BanksonPhiladelphiamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 8:21Mary married Jacob Hanse at Christ Church

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1792Bankston, Mary1792Mary BanksonCaswell County, NCheirno referencementioned as daughter in will of Zachariah Lea

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1811 Jul 2Bankston, Mary2 Jul 1811Mary BankstonClarke County, GApurchaserPat Bezet citing records at the ArchivesWilliam Bankston estate sale

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1844Bankston, Mary1844Mary BankstonRutherford County, NCmarriedRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135 Bankston, Andrew #W.8746; B.L.Wt.26758-160-55[#22621]to Walter Sorrells

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1847 Jul 8Bankston, Mary8 Jul 1847Mary BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2Mary Bankston to James Miles

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1857 Apr 5Bankston, Mary (Lanier)5 Apr 1857Mary (Lanier) BankstonCoosa County, ALdiedDon Clarke citing the Christian Index obituary of 1836 or 1838[#2XXXC]at the home of her son, Rev. Joseph Bankston

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1842 Sep 28Bankston, Mary A.28 Sep 1842Mary A. BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2[#226347] ?Mary A. Bankston [#226347?] to Milton Jackson

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1801 Sep 25Bankston, Mary Ann25 Sept 1801Mary Ann BankstonWilkes County, GAbirthKay Stowe, a descendant[#2262272]Hyram's: E-mail to Cynthia Forde

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1879 Mar 7Bankston, Mary Ann7 March 1879Mary Ann BankstonWilkes County, GAdeathKay Stowe, a descendant[#2262272]E-mail to Cynthia Forde

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1855 Jul 10Bankston, Mary Jane10 Jul 1855Mary Jane BankstonNewton County, GAdiedMarriage and Death Notices from the Southern Christian Advocate, 1837-1860, 1:392[#22642]wife of Isaac Bankston, in her 85th year. She was born in Louisa Co., Virginia in 1785.

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1767 Dec 27Bankston, Mr.27 Dec 1767Mr. BanksonPennsylvaniamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 9:343John, negro servant of Mr. Bankson, married Jane, negro servant of Mr. Master at St. Michael's and Zion

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1790Bankston, Nancy1790 (approx)Nancy BankstonWilkes County, GAmentioned in a willSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 170[#226]

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1790 Nov 14Bankston, Nancy14 Nov 1790Nancy BanksonGeorgiabirthBeverly Fleming, Shelbyville, IL 62565, family records[#226113]

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1791 Aug 2Bankston, Nancy2 Aug 1791Nancy BankstonWilkes County, GAheirWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:61will of Joseph Moore lists wife Elizabeth and children Jesse, Abednego, Benjamin, John, William, Sarah Crawford, Nancy Bankston, Anass, Sararener, and Mary signed 2 Aug 1791, probated 28 Jan 1793

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1805Bankston, Nancy1805Nancy BankstonJackson County, GAland recordsIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing book F-5:172400 acres

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1807 Jun 14Bankston, Nancy14 Jun 1807Nancy BanksonSt. Clair County, ILmarriageMarriage Records[#226113]Nancy was married to Jonathan Hill by her father, James Bankson, justice of the peace

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1809 Oct 21Bankston, Nancy21 Oct 1809Nancy (Henderson) BankstonWilkes County, GAbaptismSardis Baptist Church: 200 Years[#22622]"she was received by "experience.""

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1818 Mar 31Bankston, Nancy31 Mar 1818Nancy (Henderson) Bankston, widowBond County, ILmarriedMarriages Book 1Nancy married Mathew Means

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1830Bankston, Nancy1830Nancy BankstonWashington Parish, LouisianacensusFederal census[#22633]widow

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1840Bankston, Nancy1840Nancy BankstonWashington Parish, LouisianacensusFederal census[#22633]widow

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1849 SepBankston, NancySept 1849Nancy BankstonWilkes County, GAburialSardis Baptist Church: 200 Years[#22622]buried near her father, Joseph Henderson

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1849 Sep 26Bankston, Nancy26 Sep 1849Nancy BankstonWilkes County, GAdeathSardis Baptist Church: 200 Years[#22622]"Nancy Bankston, dismissed by death"

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1850Bankston, Nancy1850Nancy BankstonWashington Parish, LouisianacensusFederal census[#22633]aged 70

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1860Bankston, Nancy1860Nancy BankstonWashington Parish, LouisianacensusFederal census[#22633]still living

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1836 Mar 29Bankston, Nancy C.29 Mar 1836Nancy C. BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2Nancy C. Bankston to Blessord Chafin

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1729Bankston, Peter1729 (est.)Peter BankstonPennsylvania?birthJames Lea deposition of 1793 - second son of Laurance Bankston; Isaac Bankston deposition of 1859 brother of Danielhttp://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#2262]born about 1729??Where does this date come from?

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1747-1779Bankston, Peter1747-1779 (undated)Peter BanksonGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#2262]original signature

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1747-1779Bankston, Peter1747-1779 (undated)Peter BanksonGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/AnsonCountyPetitionSignatures[#2262]full list of signatures

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1751 Jul 3Bankston, Peter3 Jul 1751Peter BanksonGranville County, NCchain carrierThe Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, Abstracts of Land Grants, 2:158 #2793[#2262]Andrew Bankson also SCC for surveyor of 640 acres of land along Richland Creek in Granville County for Samuel Williams of Edgecomb County

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1759 Mar 26Bankston, Peter26 Mar 1759Peter BanksonPhiladelphiamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 8:298, 308, 566Peter married Rachel Williamson at Gloria Dei Church

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1778Bankston, Peter1778Peter BanksonAnson County, NCpetitionPetition of inhabitants of Anson Co. re: formation of Montgomery Co. Journal of North Carolina Genealogy 10:1244[#2262]Peter signed a petition for the formation of Montgomery Co., NC along with "James Banckson, Lawrance Bankston, Peter Bankson, Wm Banckson, and Jacob Banckson."

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1779 Apr 7Bankston, Peter7 Apr 1779Peter BankstonMontgomery County, NCneighborAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 2 #18[#2262]on the road between Peter Bankston's and Boston Salt's.

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1779 Jan 1Bankston, Peter1 Jan 1779Peter BankstonAnson County, NCdeedCaswell Co. Deed Book A:195[#2262]Peter Bankston of Anson County to Isaac Reeves 150 acres of land in Caswell Co., NC on the north side of the north Hico. Peter had bought this land from his father, Lawrence who had bought it in 1761 from the Earl of Granville.

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1782Bankston, Peter1782Peter BankstonMontgomery County, NCtax listNorth Carolina Taxpayers 1679-1790, 2:10[#2262]Invalid, 100 acres

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1784Bankston, Peter1784 (est.)Peter BankstonWilkes County, GAmoveIsaac Bankston [#22642] deposition 1859[#2262]Peter Bankston the brother of deponents father moved from North Carolina after the Revolution and settled in Wilkes County aforesaid, and that the said Peter had four sons name Lary [ed: looks like Lung or Lang, but could be Lary], Andrew, John and William and did not have any son name Elijah.

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1786 Nov 27Bankston, Peter27 Nov 1786Peter BankstonWilkes County, GAproperty saleBook AA pp. 125-128[#2262]Jacob Bankson & Daniel Bankson to Matthew Wood of Greene County, GA for "400 acres in Penna. three miles above Little York on Codorons creek on the Great Road leading toward Coneway the said land from our father Laurence Bankston, by one Thomas Crisop, at a time when the dividing line was run between Penna. and Md.", and 37 1/4 acres in Philadelphia "adj. Thos. Wells, which land was willed our mother, Rebecca Hendricks and stands recorded in the Docket of the State of Penna. (Transcribed. Thanks to Pat Bezet for the copy)

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1787Bankston, Peter1787Peter BankstonWilkes County, GATax ReturnsWilkes County Tax Returns[#2262]Captain Gilmore's District - 350 acres

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1789Bankston, Peter1789Peter BankstonAnson County, NC??[#2262]

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1790Bankston, Peter1790Peter BankstonCraven County, NC??

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1790Bankston, Peter1790 (approx)Peter BankstonWilkes County, GAland grantSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 164[#2262]

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1792Bankston, Peter1792Peter BankstonWilkes County, GAland grantIndex to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, p. 28 citing Book VVV:376[#2262]416 acres

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1793 Dec 23Bankston, Peter23 Dec 1793Peter BanksonPhiladelphiamarriedPennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 9:574Peter married Elizabeth Bennet at the Second Presbyterian Church

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1797Bankston, Peter1797Peter BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedno reference[#2262]wife named Presilla

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1800Bankston, Peter1800Peter BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedno reference[#2262]wife named Presilla

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1800 Jun 13Bankston, Peter13 Jun 1800Peter BankstonClarke County, GAmembershipHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, p. 82; "Mars Hills Baptist Church Records." Georgia Archives[#2262]Church minutes, "Petter & his wife Prisilar Bankston, received by letter 6-13-1800."

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1802Bankston, Peter1802Peter BankstonClarke County, GAtax listsCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2262]in Capt. Loyd's militia district with 250 acres and 3 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Mr. Loyd and originally granted to Mr. Marberry

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1803Bankston, Peter1803Peter BankstonClarke County, GAtax listsCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2262]in Capt. Reynold's district with 100 acres and 4 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining J. Bankston

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1804Bankston, Peter1804Peter BankstonClarke County, GAtax listsCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2262]Peter Bankston estate "in Capt. Melton's district with 100 acres and 5 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston"

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1804 Apr 21Bankston, Peter21 Apr 1804Peter BankstonClarke County, GAestate saleClarke Co. Administrations[#2262]no referencePurchasers include Laurence Bankston, William Bankston, Andrew Bankston, Widow Bankston, John Bankston, Prissilla Bankston, Moses H. Cogburn, James Johnson, Elijah Runnells, Nimrod Taylor, William Smith, Shadrack Carpenter, Isaac Autry (one pail), John Colbert (one bed for the Widow @ $48), James Downs, Henry Shaw, John Jones, Thomas Davis, James Terry, Edward Hagen, Preston Runnells, William Crocke, Frederick Glass, Daniel Craft, Daniel Conner, Benjamin Rudy, William Duke, Nathan Smith, Allen Spurlock, William Binge. Andrew Bankston bought land for $500.

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1804 Jan 22Bankston, Peter22 Jan 1804Peter BankstonClarke County, GAadministration of estateBankston Cousins[#2262]inventory mentioned

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1804 Mar 24Bankston, Peter24 Mar 1804Peter BankstonClarke County, NCinventoryClarke County Book B:128[#2262]debts owed the estate were $125 owed by Joshua Browning; $55 owed by Isaac Autry; Jas Stringer $30; Jno Hunton $103 (bad debt); Crocker and A Bankston $375; Joseph Clarkson $13 (a bad debt, written off after going to court); Edward Hagans $3; Peter Conner $2; George Earnest $7; and Marcus Robey undeclared

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1805Bankston, Peter1805Peter BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185drew a blank (implies unmarried with no children)

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1811Bankston, Peter1811Peter BankstonClarke County, GAestateno reference[#2262]an order given me by Andrew Bankston for his mother Pricilla Bankston.

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1797 Apr 29Bankston, Peyton Randall29 Apr 1797Peyton Randall BanksonGeorgiabirthBeverly Fleming, Shelbyville, IL 62565, family records[#226116]

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1815 Jun 22Bankston, Polly22 Jun 1815Polly BanksonSt. Clair County, ILmarriedArchives marriage indexPolly married Landen Posey

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1806Bankston, Precilla1806Precilla BankstonClarke County, GAtax listsCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2262]in Capt. Harper's district with 50 acres and 3 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Browning

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1797Bankston, Presilla1797Presilla BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedno reference[#2262]wife of Peter Bankston

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1804 Jun 4Bankston, Priscilla4 Jun 1804Priscilla BankstonClarke County, GAheadrightsElaRuth Bankston McCullough[#2262]Priscilla proved her headrights

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1808Bankston, Priscilla1808 (est)Priscilla BankstonWilkes County, GAmarriageAnn Hooper Stacy, a descendant[#2262]to William Mathis

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1809 Nov 15Bankston, Priscilla15 Nov 1809Prissilla BanckstonClarke County, GAreceiptloose papershttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#2262]Andrew Bankston, original signature; estate of Peter Bankston deceased. Jno Bankston administrator, Priscilla Bankston widow [written Prissila]

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1799 Jul 16Bankston, Rebecca16 Jul 1799Rebecca BankstonGeorgiabornSpencer Bankston 1770-1852 and Eunice McCoy Bankston 1781-1852, Their Ancestors and Descendants[#226431]

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1805Bankston, Rebecca1805Rebecca BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185drew blanks (implies widow with minor children)

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1800Bankston, Richard1800Richard BankstonMontgomery County, NCcensusFederal census[#2XXXE]Richard b. 1770-1780 in North Carolina

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1800Bankston, Richard1800Richard BankstonMontgomery County, NCcensus[#2XXXE]--1-- ---1- = 1m@16<26 1f@26<45

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1802Bankston, Richard1802Richard BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#2XXXE]Capt. Loyd's district with 100 acres on the waters of Lane's Creek adjoining Stringer and originally granted to Easley

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1803Bankston, Richard1803Richard BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestspublished transcription (Thanks to Don Clarke for the copy)[#2XXXE]Capt. Middleton's district with 100 acres on the waters of Robertson's Creek adjoining Taylor and originally granted to Marberry. Notice that in 1804 William is taxed for land described identically.

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1812 Sep 5- Nov 5Bankston, Richard5 Sep 1812- 5 NovRichard BankstonIllinoismilitaryIllinois Territorial Militia, 1811. Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, 16:142[#2XXXE]

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1830Bankston, Richard1830Richard BankstonLawrence County, ARcensusFederal census[#2XXXE]

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1868 Mar 24Bankston, Richard24 Mar 1868Richard BanksonPhiladelphia (guess)diedPhiladelphia Public LedgerRichard & Mary Ann died.

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1800 Feb 26Bankston, Ritte26 Feb 1800Ritte BankstonRowan County, NC (near Salisbury)marriageNC Marriage Collection, 1741-2004 Court Records - FHL # 0317002 and 0500949 - 0500957Ritte Bankston married Drury Rogers

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1808Bankston, Salley1808Salley BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Runnel's district Salley Bankston [William's widow] with 82 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Parker

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1815Bankston, Salley1815Salley BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Booth's district with 81 acres and 1 slave on waters of Barbers Creek adjoining Parker.

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1751 May 4Bankston, Samuel4 May 1751Samuel BanksonGranville County, NCwitnessno referencewitnessed unknown deed

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1811Bankston, Sarah1811Sarah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635][Henry's widow] Capt. White's district with 124 acres and 6 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Middleton

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1811 Jul 2Bankston, Sarah2 Jul 1811Sarah BankstonClarke County, GApurchaserPat Bezet citing records at the Archives[#22635]William Bankston estate sale

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1812Bankston, Sarah1812Sarah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635][William's widow] in Capt. Rositer's district with 100 acres and 6 slaves on Robinson's Creek adjoining Loyd

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1813Bankston, Sarah1813Sarah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Rositer's district with 100 acres on Barber's Creek adjoining Tramel and originally granted to Bankston

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1814Bankston, Sarah1814Sarah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt Tramel's district with 100 acres on waters of Robinson's Creek adjoining Allen

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1815Bankston, Sarah1815Sarah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Tramel's district with 100 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Tramel

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1816Bankston, Sarah1816Sarah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt Middleton's district with 100 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Tramel

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1817Bankston, Sarah1817Sarah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Middleton's district with 100 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Tramel

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1818Bankston, Sarah1818Sarah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Moore's district with 124 acres and 4 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Middleton

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1819Bankston, Sarah1819Sarah BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22635]Capt. Moore's district with 3 slaves

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1828 Nov 8Bankston, Sarah8 Nov 1828Sarah BankstonFulton County, GAchurchUtoy Primitive Baptist Church records[#22635]The widow Sarah and her children moved to what is now Fulton Co., GA. Sarahh joined the Utoy Primitive Baptist Church by letter

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1842 Nov 2Bankston, Sarah2 Nov 1842Sarah BankstonDeKalb County, GAsaleDeed Book L: p. 62[#22635]sold a slave, Green, a light mulatto about age 38 to her son Henry for $600

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1848 Feb 3Bankston, Sarah3 Feb 1848Sarah BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2Sarah Bankston to T.V. Pelt (see Jacob [#226343])

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1848 Jan 18Bankston, Sarah18 Jan 1848Sarah BankstonFulton County, GAdiedUtoy Primitive Baptist Church records[#22635]

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1850Bankston, Sarah1850Sarah BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusSarah was aged 20, born in GA and married to T.V. Pelt

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1860Bankston, Sarah1860Sarah BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusSarah Bankston aged 51 with Willia Ann aged 21 in household #32 at Indian Springs on 4 Jun 1860 (all born in Georgia)

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1760-1770Bankston, Silas1760-1770Silas BanksonOrange County, NC (guess)birthBeverly Fleming, Shelbyville, IL 62565, family records[#22612]Isaac Bankston deposition of 1859 declares that Andrew Bankson had two sons, Daniel and James.Other children attributed to Andrew Bankson are Rachel Bankson, Judith Bankson, Sarah Bankson, Rebecca Bankson, Frances Bankson and two other girls.

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1804Bankston, Silas1804Silas BanksonJackson County, GAland grantgrant book EEEEE:864[#22612]250 acres

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1804 Dec 12Bankston, Silas12 Dec 1804Silas BanksonIllinoismoveThe Territorial Papers of the United States: Commissions and Appointments Issued by the Illinois Territorial Governor. Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 12:164[#22612]James, Silas, and Andrew Bankson of St Clair County were among those who signed a petition to Congress

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1804 Dec 12Bankston, Silas12 Dec 1804Silas BanksonIllinoismoveThe Territorial Papers of the United States: Commissions and Appointments Issued by the Illinois Territorial Governor. Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 12:164[#22612]James, Silas, and Andrew Bankson of St Clair County were among those who signed a petition to Congress

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1813Bankston, Silas1813Silas BanksonJackson County, GAland grantgrant book H-5:223250 acres

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1821 Apr 2Bankston, Silas2 Apr 1821Silas BanksonFayette County, ILelectionElections. Fayette Facts, vol. 10[#22612]registered voter for election at Vandalia

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1791 May 6Bankston, Simeon Coates6 May 1791Simeon Coates BankstonClarke County, GAbirthtombstone[#226317]

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1826 Oct 5Bankston, Sophia5 Oct 1826Sophia BankstonButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2[#22623] ?Sophia Bankston [#22623?] to William Higgins

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1770 Sep 14Bankston, Spencer14 Sep 1770Spencer BankstonNorth CarolinabirthLDS IGI[#22643]

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1796 Jun 17Bankston, Spencer17 Jun 1796Spencer BankstonHancock County, GAmilitiano reference[#22643]Spencer was appointed Ensign in the 11th Company, Hancock County, Regiment of Georgia Militia.

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1799Bankston, Spencer1799 (est.)Spencer Bankstonnot knownmarriedSpencer Bankston 1770-1852 and Eunice McCoy Bankston 1781-1852, Their Ancestors and Descendants[#22643]Spencer married Eunice McCoy. She was born 22 Dec 1781 in Orange Co., NC, a daughter of Henry and Salley (Herndon) McCoy. (See Herndons of the American Revolution)

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1802-1806Bankston, Spencer1802-1806Spencer BankstonClarke County, GAtax listsno reference[#22643]always in the same military district as Daniel and never with any other Bankston in those military districts except in 1806 when Daniel's sons Abner and Isaac are listed.

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1805Bankston, Spencer1805Spencer BankstonBaldwin County, GAland lotteryno reference[#22643]2021/2 acres

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1805Bankston, Spencer1805Spencer BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185[#22643]drew a prize

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1806Bankston, Spencer1806Spencer BankstonWilkinson County, GAtax listno reference[#22643]Capt. Philip's military district with 2021/2 acres and one slave on the waters of Black Creek.

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1813 NovBankston, SpencerNov 1813Spencer BankstonJasper County, GAlandno reference[#22643]bought land

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1817Bankston, Spencer1817Spencer BankstonJasper County, GAlandno reference[#22643]sold land

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1820Bankston, Spencer1820Spencer BankstonPerry County, MScensusFederal census[#22643]

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1830Bankston, Spencer1830Spencer BankstonHinds County, MScensusFederal census[#22643]Hinds County was created out of the Choctaw Indian lands.

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1852 Mar 23Bankston, Spencer23 Mar 1852Spencer Bankstonunknowndiedno reference[#22643]

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1802 Dec 25Bankston, Spencer M.25 Dec 1802Spencer M. BankstonGeorgiabirthPat Bezet[#22631C]

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1846Bankston, Spencer Runnel1846Spencer Runnel Bankston??depositionno reference[#226412]S.R. Bankston names Simon Autry as his grandfather.

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1800 Oct 6Bankston, Spencer Runnell6 Oct 1800Spencer Runnell BankstonGeorgiabirthRoy White information[#226412]

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1849 MayBankston, Spencer RunnellMay 1849Spencer Runnell BankstonClarke County, MSadministrationMS Probate Records 1746 - 1851, Vol. 3:223[#226412]estate of Thomas Sr., his father

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1731 Feb 24Bankston, Thomas24 Feb 1731Thomas BanksonPhiladelphiabaptismBaptisms and Burials From the Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia 1709-1760, p. 5daughter Anne baptised at Christ Church

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1760Bankston, Thomas1760Thomas BankstonNorth CarolinabirthRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Bankston, Thomas #R 477[#22641]no other proof

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1777-1787Bankston, ThomasunknownThomas BankstonWilkes County, GAdeedbook xx, page 623[#22641]sold his sixth part interest in land granted to his father in law, Simon Autry.

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1778Bankston, Thomas1778Thomas BankstonWilkes County, GARevolutionary WarRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Bankston, Thomas #R 477[#22641]Thomas served in Capt. Autry's Co. in 1778, guarding the frontier in Wilkes Co., Georgia for 18 months and fought several skirmishes with the Indians. Capt. Alexander Autry, Capt.Williamson & Col. E. Clark

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1779Bankston, Thomas1779Thomas BanksonAnson County, NCpetition signed by inhabitants for the formation of Montgomery CountyAnson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early Records, pp. 73, 85, 91, 104, 108, 136, 143[#22641]

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1780Bankston, Thomas1780Thomas BankstonMontgomery County, NCRevolutionary WarRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Bankston, Thomas #R 477[#22641]After serving in Georgia in 1778, the family moved back to North Carolina and Thomas volunteered again there.

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1783 Sep 20Bankston, Thomas20 Sep 1783Thomas BankstonWilkes County, GAadministratorMisc. Estate Records 1777-1787, book A, folio 56; "Wilkes County" in Early Records of Georgia, 1:34 citing folio 56; Gone to Georgia: Jackson and Gwinnett Counties and Their Neighbors in the Western Migration, pp. 215-216[#22641]estate of Simon Autry

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1786Bankston, Thomas1786Thomas BankstonGreene County, GAnew county formed[#22641]

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1789Bankston, Thomas1789Thomas BankstonGreene County, GAtaxSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 119[#22641]

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1792-94Bankston, Thomas1792-94Thomas BankstonWilkes County, GAlandWilkes County in Early Records of Georgia, 2:46[#22641]owned 300 acres in Wilkes and Warren Counties (Warren formed in part from Wilkes in 1793)

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1793Bankston, Thomas1793Thomas BankstonWashington Co., GAmuster rollsRecords of Washington Co., GA, pp. 97-98 (Thanks to Don Clarke for copy.)[#22641]members of Capt. McDowell's Co, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Regiment. Other surnames of interest are Whatley, Runnels, Going, Langford.

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1798 Mar 15Bankston, Thomas15 Mar 1798Thomas BankstonJackson County, GAappointmentDon Clarke[#22641]Justice of the Peace

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1802 Aug 10Bankston, Thomas10 Aug 1802Thomas BankstonJackson County, GAappointmentDon Clarkehttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures/photo#5124469427294673090[#22641]Justice of the Peace

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1811 May 7Bankston, Thomas7 May 1811Thomas BankstonMorgan County, GAexecutorcopy of Will (Thanks to Roy White)[#22641]will of Daniel Bankston 1811

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1835 Apr 7Bankston, Thomas7 Apr 1835Thomas BankstonRandolph County, GApension applicationRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Bankston, Thomas #R 477[#22641]Transcribed. Since Revolutionary War Thomas had lived in Wilkes County, Georgia; Georgia; Mississippi; and now Randolph County, GA

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1840Bankston, Thomas1840Thomas BankstonClarke County, MSmoved?Federal census[#22641]Both Thomas and wife aged 70-80

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1849 MayBankston, ThomasMay 1849Thomas BankstonClarke County, MSestateMS Probate Records 1746 - 1851, 3:223[#22641]

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1805 Dec 6Bankston, Wilburn Henderson6 Dec 1805Wilburn Henderson BankstonWilkes County, GAmarriageKay Stowe, a descendant[#2262274]to Amanda LNU, E-mail to Cynthia Forde

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1892 Oct 9Bankston, Wilburn Henderson9 Oct 1892Wilburn Henderson BankstonunknowndeathKay Stowe, a descendant[#2262274]E-mail to Cynthia Forde

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1799Bankston, Wildon Lawrence1799 (est)Wildon Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAbirthKay Stowe, a descendant[#2262271]Hyram's: E-mail to Cynthia Forde

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1848 NovBankston, Wildon LawrenceNov 1848Wildon Lawrence BankstonWilkes County, GAmarriageKay Stowe, a descendant[#2262271]to Sarah L. Pound, E-mail to Cynthia Forde

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1751 Oct 2Bankston, Wilhemina2 Oct 1751Wilhemina BanksonPhiladelphiaburialBaptisms and Burials From the Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia 1709-1760, p. 117daughter of Anne buried at Christ Church

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1747-1779Bankston, William1747-1779 (undated)William BancksonGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#22625]William signed with an X

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1747-1779Bankston, William1747-1779 (undated)William BancksonGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/AnsonCountyPetitionSignatures[#22625]full list of signatures

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1778Bankston, William1778Wm BancksonAnson County, NCpetitionPetition of inhabitants of Anson Co. re: formation of Montgomery Co. Journal of North Carolina Genealogy 10:1244[#22625]

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1779Bankston, William1779William BanksonAnson County, NCpetition signed by inhabitants for the formation of Montgomery CountyAnson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early Records, pp. 73, 85, 91, 104, 108, 136, 143[#22625]

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1780 Feb 7Bankston, William7 Feb 1780William BankstonMontgomery County, NCneighborAbstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, p. 18 #266-268 272[#22625]John Hilliard entered 200 acres in Montgomery Co. bordering lands of Jacob and Daniel Bankson; Richard Pemberton, Sr. entered 100 acres bordering Jacob Bankson; Benj. Baird entered 100 acres on Clover Fork which included William Bankston's improvement; and William Kindle entered 150 acres on SW of Yadkin River and on W of Long Creek between Daniel Bankston and Jacob Bankston.

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1789Bankston, William1789 (est.)William BankstonSouth CarolinabirthLDS IGI

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1793Bankston, William1793William BankstonWashington Co., GAmuster rollsRecords of Washington Co., GA, pp. 97-98 (Thanks to Don Clarke for copy.)[#22625]member of Capt. McDowell's Co, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Regiment.

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1795Bankston, William1795William BankstonClarke County, GAmarriedSallie Stroud[#22625]The Georgians, Genealogies of Pioneer Settlers, p. 337

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1802Bankston, William1802William BankstonClarke County, GAtax listsCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Loyd's militia district with 250 acres and 3 slaves on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Mr. Loyd and originally granted to Mr. Marberry

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1802Bankston, William1802William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt Loyd's militia district with 100 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Mr. Loyd and originally granted to Marberry

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1802Bankston, William1802William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Reynold's district with 204 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston and originally granted to Marberry

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1803Bankston, William1803William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Middleton's district with 100 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Easley and originally granted to Williamson

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1803Bankston, William1803William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Reynolds district with 132 acres on waters of Greensboro Creek adjoining Kuff and originally granted to Williamson

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1803 May 14Bankston, William14 May 1803William BankstonClarke County, GA (guess)churchHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, pp. 83-84[#22625]dismissed from Mars Hill Baptist Church

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1804Bankston, William1804William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Melton's district with 100 acres on waters of Robinson's Creek adjoining Taylor and 72 acres on Barber's Creek adjoining Parker originally granted to Marberry

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1804Bankston, William1804William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Melton's district with 132 acres on Greensboro Creek adjoining Huff

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1805Bankston, William1805William BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185[#22625]drew a prize

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1805Bankston, William1805William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Melton's district with 100 acres on waters of Robinson's Creek adjoining Middleton and 72 acres on Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston

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1805Bankston, William1805William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Williams district with 100 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining C. Loydd originally granted to Marberry

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1806Bankston, William1806William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Harper's district with 100 acres on Barber's Creek adjoining Middleton and 72 acres on Barber's Creek adjoining Parker

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1806Bankston, William1806William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Williams district with 100 acres on Barber's Creek adjoining Loyd

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1807Bankston, William1807William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Harper's district with 100 acres on Robertson's Creek adjoining Middleton and 72 acres and 1 slave on Barber's Creek adjoining Bankston

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1807Bankston, William1807William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Robertson's district with 100 acres on Barber's Creek adjoining Loyd

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1807 Mar 7Bankston, William7 Mar 1807William BankstonClarke County, GAWill probatedWill Book "A", Clarke Co., GA 1803-1822.' Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 18:1165[#22625]witnesses Levy Bankston (William's brother), Jacob Bankston (uncle), and Aaron Parker

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1808Bankston, William1808William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Morgan's district with 100 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Loyd

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1808 Nov 9Bankston, William9 Nov 1808William BankstonWilkes County, GAheirIsaac Bankston deposition of 1859 - named as a son of Peter; shown as heir of Peter's estate in 1806[#22625]

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1809Bankston, William1809William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)[#22625]Capt. Morgan's district with 100 acres on waters of Barber's Creek adjoining Loyd

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1810Bankston, William1810William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. Prophet's district in default

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1811Bankston, William1811William BankstonClarke County, GAtax digestCopies of transcribed pages (Thanks to Don Clarke)Capt. White's district with 100 acres on waters of Louis' Creek adjoining Hammacts

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1811 Jul 2Bankston, William2 Jul 1811William BankstonClarke County, GAestate salePat Bezet citing records at the ArchivesPurchasers include Sarah, John, William, James, Mary and Jacob Bankston; also Thomas Mayhoe mentioned six times

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1812 Feb 7Bankston, William7 Feb 1812William BankstonJackson County, GAmarriageKaren Cosby, Sims, AR; Bankston family records[#226341]

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1860Bankston, William1860William BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusWilliam Bankston aged 15 in household of James B. Brooks aged 30 with wife Alice aged 21 and child Willie C. aged 9m in household #34 at Indian Springs on 4 Jun 1860 (all born in Georgia)

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1860Bankston, William R.1860William R. BankstonButts County, GAcensusFederal censusWilliam R. Bankston aged 47 with wife Jane aged 47 and children Elizabeth J 14, Louisa A 10, James E. 6 in household #275 in Jackson District, P.O. Jackson

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1803 Jan 11Bankston, Willoughby Slaydon11 January 1803Willoughby Slaydon BankstonWilkes County, GAbirthEarly Georgia Records Wills p. 108, 109, 110[#2262273]Hyram's: named grandson in Lawrence's will

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1828 Aug 14Bankston, Willoughby Slaydon14 August 1828Willoughby Slaydon BankstonWilkes County, GAmarriageKay Stowe, a descendant[#2262273]to Martha J. Short, E-mail to Cynthia Forde

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1875 Jan 27Bankston, Willoughby Slaydon27 January 1875Willoughby Slaydon BankstonGeorgiadeathKay Stowe, a descendant[#2262273]E-mail to Cynthia Forde

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1805Bankston, Wiston1805Wiston BankstonClarke County, GAland lotteryRegistrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 4: pp. 184-185drew a blank (implies unmarried with no children)

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1846 Sep 21Bankston, Wm. E.21 Sep 1846Wm. E. BankstonButts County, GAcourt clerkRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)signed pension application of Elijah Bankston

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1805 Oct 28Barkley, John28 Oct 1805John BarkleySpartanburg District, SCpetitionSouth Carolina Archives records # S165005 1805 item 40; stack location 130-F-03 Box 39 (Thanks to Pat Bezet for a copy.)[#2XXXC] ?Transcribed. URL is http://googledocs.rsbeatty/

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1808 Nov 9Carpenter, Shadrack9 Nov 1808Shadrack CarpenterWilkes County, GAheirshown as Legatee of Peter's estate in 1806[#22626]married Rhoda Bankston, a daughter of Peter Bankston

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1784 Jul 2Clarke, Elijah2 Jul 1784Elijah ClarkeSavannah, GAcertificateRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135. Banckston, Elijah #R.478; reel 131 (Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde, George Ott and Raquel Lindaas for the copy)[#22634]certified service of Elijah Bankston

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1808 Nov 9Davis, Thomas9 Nov 1808Thomas DavisWilkes County, GAheirshown as heir of Peter's estate in 1806[#22624]married Priscilla, a daughter of Peter Bankston

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1758Henderson, Nancy1758Nancy HendersonVA or NCbirthN.S.D.A.R. # 804758Martha's Diary 1852-53 she writes of Nancy Henderson and her father, Joseph.

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1704 Apr 13Hendricks, John13 Apr 1704John HendricksPhiladelphia County, PAmarriageThe Frontier Hendricks, pp 701-702 (original reference needed)http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dhcm9pqw_4vkmbhv[#226]to Rebeckah (Groesbeck) Wells in a Quaker ceremony

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1737 May 3Hendricks, John3 May 1737John HendricksPennsylvaniacourtThe Frontier Hendricks, p. 193http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dhcm9pqw_4vkmbhv[#226]ordered to give bond for appearance & good behavior. Probable Lawrence's half brother-in-law

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1749/50 Jan 6Hendricks, John6 Jan 1749/50John HendricksYork County, PAestateestate of John Hendricks[#226]Lawrence Bankson owed on two notes

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1786 Nov 27Hendricks, Rebecca27 Nov 1786Rebecca HendricksWilkes County, GAmotherBook AA pp. 125-128[#226]Peter, Jacob Bankson & Daniel Bankson (Transcribed. Thanks to Pat Bezet for the copy)

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1700sHopkins, Lambeth1700sLambeth HopkinsJackson County, GAfamilyHistory of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999, pp. 188-189[#22624]

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1799 Jan 24Hopkins, Lambeth24 Jan 1799Lambeth HopkinsJackson County, GAestateLegal Advertising From Old Georgia Newspapers. Georgia Genealogical Magazine, no. 9: p. 516[#22624]Priscilla Hopkins, Jacob Bankston, and Jacob Autrey applied for letters of administration. Jacob Bankston, Andrew Bankston etc. are named on Hopkins documents as witnesses

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1809 Oct 21Irvin, Isabella21 Oct 1809Isabella (Bankston) IrvinWilkes County, GAbaptismSardis Baptist Church: 200 Years[#226222]"she was received by "experience.""

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1797 Jan 21Lea, Gabriel21 Jan 1797Gabriel LeaCaswell County, NCdepositionHillsborough District Civil Action Papers Concerning Land, 1778-1806; North Carolina Archives # D.S.C.R.204.325.51http://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#226]Gabriel signed as a witness

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1792Lea, George1792George LeaAnson County, NCneighborno reference[#226]

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1747-1779Lea, James1747-1779 (undated)James LeaGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#226]original signature

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1747-1779Lea, James1747-1779 (undated)James LeaGranville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/spiritsouth/AnsonCountyPetitionSignatures[#226]full list of signatures

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1747-1779Lea, James1747-1779 (undated)James Lea Sr.Granville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#226]original signature, Cynthia is transcribing & finding citation

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1747-1779Lea, James1747-1779 (undated)James Lea Sr.Granville County, NCpetitionGranville County Road Recordshttp://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures[#226]full list of inhabitants, Cynthia is transcribing & finding citation

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1793Lea, James1793James LeaCaswell County, NCdepositionHillsborough District Civil Action Papers Concerning Land, 1778-1806; North Carolina Archives # D.S.C.R.204.325.51http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#226]http://picasaweb.google.com/rsbeatty/BankstonDocumentsSignatures

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1792Lea, Zachariah1792Zachariah LeaCaswell County, NCwillno reference[#226]bequest to his daughter Mary Bankston

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1792Lea, Zachariah1792Zachariah LeaCaswell County, NCwillno referencedaughter and heir of Zachariah Lea

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1747 Jun 3Lee, James3 June 1747James LeeOld Granville Co., NCconstableHistory and Genealogies of Old Granville Cunty, NC 1746-1800[#226]"from the head of the Tarr River to the County Line Creek."

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1797 Jan 1Lee, James1 Jan 1797James LeeCaswell County, NC (guess)depositionHillsborough District Civil Action Papers Concerning Land, 1778-1806; North Carolina Archives # D.S.C.R.204.325.51[#226]Transcribed. Thanks to Bess Antes & Grace Turner

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1865Mathis, Priscillabef. 1865Priscilla (Bankston) MathisCobb County, GAdeathAnn Hooper Stacy, a descendant[#226223]An 1879 deed in Cobb County 80 acres near Legion Park in Austell, Cobb County

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1874 Aug 10Mozely, Elizabeth10 August 1874Elizabeth (Bankston) MozelyCobb County, GAdeathMona Herrin, a descendant[#226225]burial is next to her husband, Samuel Gaithright Mozely

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1833 Oct 26Payne, Malinda26 Oct 1833Malinda PayneButts County, GAmarriagehttp://www.rootsweb.com/~gabutts2Malinda Payne m. Alexander McCune (prospecting)

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1790Rambo, Madame1790Madame RamboChatham County, GAtax listSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 51

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1790Rambo, T.1790 (approx)T. RamboColumbia County, GAestate recordsSubstitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census, p. 63

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1849Sappington, Martha1849 (est)Martha (Bankston) SappingtonWalton County, GAdeathno reference[#226224]She survived Caleb but not found in 1850 census

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1809 Oct 21Shorter, Delphy21 Oct 1809Delphia "Sallie" (Bankston) ShorterWilkes County, GAbaptismSardis Baptist Church: 200 Years[#226221]"she was received by "experience.""

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1853 Sep 1Sorrells, Mary1 Sep 1853Mary SorrellsRutherford County, NCpenison applicationRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135 Bankston, Andrew #W.8746; B.L.Wt.26758-160-55[#22621]

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1856 Apr 4Sorrells, Mary4 Apr 1856Mary SorrellsRutherford County, NCbounty land applicationRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135 Bankston, Andrew #W.8746; B.L.Wt.26758-160-55[#22621]allowed 160 acres, probably inherited by her son born out-of-wedlock about 1807, Sheriff Martin Walker.

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1865 Apr 14Sorrells, Mary14 Apr 1865Mary SorrellsRutherford County, NCdiedRevolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files, microfilm #M804, roll #135 Bankston, Andrew #W.8746; B.L.Wt.26758-160-55[#22621]

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1850Stallings, Reuben1850Reuben StallingsClarke County, MScensusFederal census[#2XXXG]Reuben was an inkeeper

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1700sTaylor, Nimrod1700sNimrod TaylorGeorgiafamilyBankston Cousins; Mississippi Biographical Abstracts[#22627]

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1808 Nov 9Taylor, Nimrod9 Nov 1808Nimrod TaylorWilkes County, GAheirshown as heir of Peter's estate in 1806[#22627]married Judith Bankston, a daughter of Peter Bankston. Why was his share less than the others?

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1786 Nov 27Wells, Thomas27 Nov 1786Thomas WellsWilkes County, GAneighbor in PhiladelphiaBook AA pp. 125-128[#226]possible relation to Rebecca Hendricks (Transcribed. Thanks to Pat Bezet for the copy)

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1796 Aug 29Williamson, Henry29 Aug 1796Henry WilliamsonCaswell County, NC (guess)depositionHillsborough District Civil Action Papers Concerning Land, 1778-1806; North Carolina Archives # D.S.C.R.204.325.51http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#22611]Transcribed. Thanks to Bess Antes & Grace Turner

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1796 Aug 27Williamson, Pulliam27 Aug 1796Pulliam WilliamsonCaswell County, NC (guess)depositionHillsborough District Civil Action Papers Concerning Land, 1778-1806; North Carolina Archives # D.S.C.R.204.325.51http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4zs446_3f6kdgq[#22611]Transcribed. Thanks to Bess Antes & Grace Turner