William PETTIPOOLE (c. 1630-bef1668)

1. USA Generation (1). William PETTIPOOLE,1 son of Samuell PETTIPOOLE (bap.1606, d.1667) and Alice JACKSON (bap.1591), was born circa October 1630 in Ratcliffe, Stepney.2 He was christened on 20 October 1630 in Stepney, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom.3,4 On 20 October 1630 he lived in Ratcliffe.5 He migrated to Prince George County, VA circa 1658.6,7 Event: on 25 February 1658 in New Kent county, Virginia; William Pettypoole (possibly Pettypowle) is claimed as one of nine headrights to be exchanged for 450 acres of land in New Kent County.8 Event: on 13 November 1660 in York county, Virginia; a suit is brought by John Raughn against Davis concerning tobacco plants “of the said Raughn. . . stolne and caryed away by Order and command of said Davis by his servants William Pettipoole and Anne Smith...”.9 William married Ann SMITH between 13 November 1660 and 23 May 1661 in Virginia.10 Event: on 26 August 1661 in York county; . . . & his wife Anne (as soon as Wm recover from sickness) [again] ord taken into sher’s custody & detained till they give bond. . . for good behavior being persons of scandalous and dangerous behavior. . .4,11 Event: on 7 February 1664 in Surrey county, Virginia; enlisted by the Surry constable to serve as a member of a coroner’s jury.4,12 In 1665 William lived in Maryland.13 He died before 1668.14

 

Event: on 14 December 1668 in Maryland;15 Ann SMITH died. She and William PETTIPOOLE had the following children:

 

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William PETTYPOOL (aft1661-c. 1726)

Second Generation

2. USA Generation (2). William PETTYPOOL (2),16 son of William PETTIPOOLE and Ann SMITH, was born between 1661 and 1665 in Virginia.4,17 Event: on 3 August 1694 in Charles City county, Virginia; Will Petepoole is sworn to sit on a grand jury.18 Event: in 1701 in Charles City county; William Pettipoll appears on the Charles City County militia list for 1701/2.19 Event: on 22 March 1710 in South Carolina; “William Dettypoole [sic], Tho. Edwards and Henry Tally of Virginia...” had posted bond in the amount of 100 pounds for a license to trade among the South Carolina natives.20 Event: on 5 March 1711 in Charles City county; survey: For William Pettypool on S. side of Moccosonock Creek adjacent to his own land - 65 acres.21 Event: on 14 May 1717 in Prince George County, VA; designated a legatee in Thomas Parham’s will, probated 14 May 1717 in Prince George County.22 Event: on 15 July 1717 in Prince George County; patent: William Pettypoole. 65 acres. Prince George County. On south side of Moccosoneck Creek, adjoining his own line.23 Event: in January 1720 in Henrico county, Virginia; William proves an October, 1720 deed for sale of property from Charles Russell to John Bowling in nearby Henrico County.24 William made a will in September 1721 in Prince George County.4,25 Event: on 9 July 1724 in Prince George County; patent: William Pettypool. 177 acres. Prince George County. On the lower side of Glancey’s Quarter Branch, adjoining his own land.26 Event: in 1724 in Prince George County; Abstract of land patent.27 William died circa 1726.4,28 He had his estate probated on 14 March 1726.4 He married Elizabeth.

 

Elizabeth25 and William PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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Seth PETTYPOOL (bef1701-aft1773)

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William PETTYPOOL (bef1701-bef1763)

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Ann PETTYPOOL ( -1770)

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Mary PETTYPOOL ( - )

Third Generation

3. USA Generation (3). Seth PETTYPOOL (3), son of William PETTYPOOL (2) and Elizabeth, was born before 1701 in Charles City county, Virginia.29 Event: on 22 June 1722 in Prince George county, Virginia; survey of 134 acres "Lying between Drury Bolling’s Lands and the Middle Creek" in Prince George County.30 In 1739 Seth lived in Brunswick county, Virginia.31 In 1746 he lived in Lunenburg County, Virginia.32 Cited: in 1749 in Virginia.33 Event: in 1753 in Halifax county, Virginia; 400 acres "joining his own line" surveyed on Aarons Creek.34 Event: in 1756 in Halifax county; deed 400 acres of land.35,36 Event: in 1759 in Halifax county;36 Event: in 1765 in Halifax county; tract of 383 acres patented.36,37 Event: in 1768 in Halifax county; deed to son William.38 Event: in 1771 in Halifax county; 100 acres purchased.39 Event: on 4 March 1773 in Halifax county; deed of gift of 64 acres to grandson Benjamin Pettypool.40 Seth died after 1773.41 He married Martha.

 

Martha died after 12 June 1773.42 She and Seth PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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Elizabeth PETTYPOOL (1721- )

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Sarah PETTYPOOL (1723- )

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John PETTYPOOL (1725-bef1803)

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Peter PETTYPOOL (1727-bef1790)

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Seth PETTYPOOL (c. 1732-1789)

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Anne PETTYPOOL (1733- )

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William PETTYPOOL (bef1747-bef1813)

 

4. USA Generation (3). William PETTYPOOL (3),43 son of William PETTYPOOL (2) and Elizabeth, was born before 1701.29 Event: between 1722 and 1759 in Dinwiddie county, VA; land patents 1722, 1734, 1745 (2), 1759; all near Sappony Creek.4 William died before 1763.44 He married Frances.

 

Frances died after 1763.44 She and William PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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William PETTYPOOL (c. 1720-bef1774)

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Stephen PETTYPOOL (1721-bef1796)

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Tabitha PETTYPOOL (1725- )

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Phillip PETTYPOOL (1730-bef1802)

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Frances PETTYPOOL (1733- )

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Abraham PETTYPOOL (bef1734- )

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Ephraim PETTYPOOL (bef1735-bef1794)

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Henry PETTYPOOL (1741- )

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Seth PETTYPOOL (bef1742-c. 1803)

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Frederick PETTYPOOL (bef1742- )

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John PETTYPOOL (bef1774-bef1810)

 

5. USA Generation (3). Ann PETTYPOOL,43 daughter of William PETTYPOOL (2) and Elizabeth, married Richard MASSEY.45 She died between 8 May 1770 and 22 October 1770.46

 

Richard MASSEY died. He and Ann PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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William MASSEY ( - )

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Hezekiah MASSEY ( - )

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Ann MASSEY ( - )

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Martha MASSEY ( - )

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Sarah MASSEY ( - )

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John MASSEY ( - )

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Richard MASSEY ( - )

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Tabitha MASSEY ( - )

 

6. USA Generation (3). Mary PETTYPOOL,43,47 daughter of William PETTYPOOL (2) and Elizabeth, married Edward BROADWAY.48 She died.

 

Edward BROADWAY died. He and Mary PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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William BROADWAY ( - )

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Edward BROADWAY ( - )

Fourth Generation

7. USA Generation (4). Elizabeth PETTYPOOL, daughter of Seth PETTYPOOL (3) and Martha, was born in May 1721 in Prince George County, VA.49 She was baptised on 7 October 1722.49 She died.

 

8. USA Generation (4). Sarah PETTYPOOL, daughter of Seth PETTYPOOL (3) and Martha, was born in November 1723 in Prince George County.50 She was baptised on 3 January 1724.50 She died.

 

9. USA Generation (4). John PETTYPOOL, son of Seth PETTYPOOL (3) and Martha, was born on 6 January 1725 in Prince George County.51 Event: on 1 March 1780 in Granville County, NC;52 John appeared in the census in 1786 in Granville County.53 He died before August 1803 in Granville County.54 He married Sarah.

 

Sarah55 died. She and John PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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Stephen PETTYPOOL ( - ). Stephen appeared in the census in 1786 in Granville County.53 Event: on 27 November 1805 in Granville County; land grant: 14 1/4 acres on waters of Aaron's creek.56 Stephen died.

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Robert PETTYPOOL ( - ). Robert died.

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William PETTYPOOL ( - ). William died.

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Logustin PETTYPOOL ( - ). Logustin died.

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Agnes PETTYPOOL ( - ). Agnes died.

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Sarah PETTYPOOL ( - ). Sarah died.

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Elizabeth PETTYPOOL ( - ). Elizabeth died.

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Fanny PETTYPOOL ( - ). Fanny died.

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Martha PETTYPOOL ( - ). Martha died.

 

10. USA Generation (4). Peter PETTYPOOL,57 son of Seth PETTYPOOL (3) and Martha, was born on 17 May 1727 in Prince George County.58 Event: in 1749; Description: VA Tithe List

1749:
Seth Petteypool
John Petteypool
Peter Petteypool
Seth Petteypool, Junr. ..................... 5 23

Abstract of Lunenburg County VA Tithe records in SUNLIGHT ON THE SOUTHSIDE, transcribed by Thomas Walter Duda, p. 104.

The 1750 Tithe list has
Sith Petty Pool
Sith Petty Pool, Junr. ................................... 4
....
Peter Pettey pool .......................................... 1

which implies that Peter has left home by 1750.

1752:
Peter Pettypoole ........................................... 1.59 Event: on 15 December 1762 in Lunenburg County, Virginia;60 Event: in November 1763 in Lunenburg County; Description: Has left Virginia: Lunenburg County order Book 9, p. 281

"Thomas Tunks, Plaintiff, against Peter Pettipool, Defendant, In Case. The Sheriff having made return that the Defendant is no inhabitant, this suit abates."
-Lunenburg County Order Book, P. 281.61 On 27 February 1772 Peter possessed Deed for 202 Acres in Tryon County, NC (1768- 1779).62,63 Event: in 1779 in Spartanburg county, South Carolina, United States; Description: Jury List- Peter Pettypooles.64 Event: in 1780 in Spartanburg county;65 Peter experienced Military service on 7 August 1781 in Ninety Six District.66,67,68 Event: circa 1783; Description: Col. Brandon's list of Spartan District Loyalists

The original copy of Brandon's list has been lost. A typewritten transcription is archived at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History.69 Peter died before 1790.58,70,71 He married Elizabeth JOURNEY.

 

Event: on 8 September 1774; Description: Will of Catherine Journey

Page 415: Journey, Cathrine 9-8-1774; 3-9-1775; W.B. 2/415
Mentions: Son: John Journey
Daughter: Elizabeth Petty Poole
Grandsons: William Journey, Seth Petty Poole
Granddaughter: Cathrine Petty Poole
Executors: John Journey, Seth Petty Poole (grandson)
Witnesses: Richard (his X mark) Crews, Ann (her X mark) Crews,
John Stokes.

Abstracted text from http://files.usgwarchives.net/va/lunenburg/wills/willbk02.txt.72 Elizabeth JOURNEY, daughter of Catherine ( - ), died. She and Peter PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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Seth Petty POOL (1754?-1837). Seth was born in 1754 (estimated) in Lunenburg County.73 His Citation was ' Plat for Joel Farmer' on 2 March 1773 in Fairforest, Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States.74 His Citation was 'will of Catherine Journey' on 8 September 1774 in Virginia.75 From 1785 to 1804 he made Land purchases. in Laurens, South Carolina, United States. His Citation was 'John Adair vs Seth P. Pool' in June 1787.76 He appeared in the census in 1790 in Laurens.77 His Citation was 'appraisement of the estate of Usley Berry.' in 1792 in Laurens.78 He appeared in the census in 1800 in Laurens.79 His Citation was 'Bond of George Berry, John Hutchinson, "Seth Pettey Poole" for the estate of William Berry deceased.' in 1804 in Laurens county, South Carolina, United States.80 His Citation was 'purchases items at William Berry estate sale' in 1804 in Laurens.81 His Citation was 'legatee, estate of George Berry' in 1806 in Laurens.82 His Citation was 'Bond for the estate of William Berry' in 1806 in Laurens.80 His Citation was 'Description: Administrator of the estate of William Berry' in 1806 in Laurens.83 He appeared in the census in 1810 in Laurens.84 His Citation was 'Recognizance Bond- Thomas P. Pool, William Pool for Perjury' on 22 October 1818.85 His Citation was 'Recognizance Bonds- Seth Petty, George, Thomas Pool' on 28 January 1819 in Laurens.86 His Citation was 'John Terry- Recognizance Bond for Seth Petty Pool' on 28 January 1819.86 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Laurens.87 His Citation was 'suit for slander, Harmon Waldrop' in 1826.88 He appeared in the census in 1830 in Laurens.89 He made a will on 27 September 1837 in Laurens county.90 He died on 29 September 1837 in Laurens county.91 He was buried in Laurens county. He had his estate probated on 28 October 1837 in Laurens.92 His Citation was 'Dr. John T. Poole in Cyclopedia of eminent and representative men of the Carolinas' in 1892.93

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Catherine PETTYOOL ( - ). Catherine died.

 

11. USA Generation (4). Seth PETTYPOOL, son of Seth PETTYPOOL (3) and Martha, was born circa 1732 in Prince George County.94 He married Mary before 1755.95 He died between 23 June 1789 and 1 August 1789 in Granville County.96,97 He had his estate probated on 4 August 1789 in Granville County.98

 

Mary58,99 died. She and Seth PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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William PETTYPOOL (1755-1849). USA Generation (5). William was born on 12 September 1755 in Granville County.100 He married Anne STREET circa 1784.101 His Citation was 'Rev. War Pension Application' on 29 September 1832 in Greenville, South Carolina.100,102 He made a will on 16 April 1838 in Greenville.103,104 He died on 10 June 1849.104,105

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John PETTYPOOL ( - ). USA Generation (5). John died.

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Seth PETTYPOOL ( - ). USA Generation (5). Seth died.

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Young PETTYPOOL (1766-1843). USA Generation (5). Young was born in 1766 in Granville County.106 He appeared in the census in 1800 in Hillsboro, Granville, North Carolina.107 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Greenville.108 He appeared in the census in 1830 in Greenville.109 He appeared in the census in 1840 in Greenville.110 He died on 10 November 1843 in Greenville.106,111

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Jesse PETTYPOOL ( - ). USA Generation (5). Jesse died.

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Philip PETTYPOOL (aft1776-1834). USA Generation (5). Philip was born between 1776 and 1780. He appeared in the census in 1800 in Hillsboro.112 He married Anna WINFREY on 7 April 1808 in Granville County.113 He appeared in the census in 1810 in Granville County.114 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Granville County.115 He appeared in the census in 1830 in North Regiment, Granville, North Carolina.116 He died in March 1834 in Granville County.117

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Clayborn PETTYPOOL ( - ). USA Generation (5). Clayborn died.

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Elizabeth PETTYPOOL ( - ). USA Generation (5). Elizabeth died.

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Sarah PETTYPOOL ( - ). USA Generation (5). Sarah died.

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Jane PETTYPOOL ( - ). USA Generation (5). Jane died.

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Nancy PETTYPOOL ( - ). USA Generation (5). Nancy died.

 

12. USA Generation (4). Anne PETTYPOOL, daughter of Seth PETTYPOOL (3) and Martha, was born on 25 September 1733 in Prince George County.118 She was baptised on 6 December 1733. She died.

 

13. USA Generation (4). William PETTYPOOL, son of Seth PETTYPOOL (3) and Martha, was born before 1747 in Halifax county, Virginia.119 Event: in 1768 in Halifax county; deed Seth Pettypool to son William.38 Event: on 21 November 1776 in Halifax county; appointed "surveyor of the road".120 Event: in August 1777 in Halifax county; "recommended...to be appointed and added to the Militia of this County...".121 Event: on 22 September 1798 in Halifax county; William Pettypool, Ambrose Gregory and John Wilbourn make bond "unto James Wood Esq governor of Virginia in sum of five hundred Dollars" as promise to "well and truly perform and Execute the building of a bridge across Aron (sic) creek at Peter Overbeys.".122 William died before 23 May 1813 in Halifax county.123 He married Sarah TYNES.

 

Sarah TYNES died circa 1827.124 She and William PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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Elizabeth PETTYPOOL ( -bef1813). Elizabeth married Sylvester OVERBY.125 She died before 23 August 1813.126

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Stephen PETTYPOOL (1772-1857). Stephen was born on 9 April 1772 in Halifax county.127 He married Mildred Washington GREGORY on 24 December 1795.128 He died on 24 July 1857 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia.128

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Seth PETTYPOOL (aft1773-bef1835). Seth was born between 1773 and 1775 in Halifax county.129 He married Nancy PETTYPOOL before 14 September 1801 in Virginia.130 He married Elizabeth WILSON on 27 October 1806 in Halifax county.131 He died before 25 September 1835 in Trigg County, Kentucky.132

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Patsy PETTYPOOL ( - ). Patsy married John WILBOURN in Halifax county.4,133 She died.

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Rebecca PETTYPOOL ( - ). Rebecca married Thomas STAPLES on 2 December 1812.134 She died.

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Caldwell PETTYPOOL (aft1780-bef1845). Caldwell was born between 1780 and 1786 in Halifax county.135 He married Patsy PETTYPOOL.136 He died before 20 January 1845 in Trigg County.137

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John E. PETTYPOOL (aft1780-bef1846). John was born between 1780 and 1790.138 He married Frances BLANKS on 18 July 1814 in Mecklenburg County.139 He died before 20 October 1846.140

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Allen T PETTYPOOL (1786-1846). Allen was born on 20 July 1786.141 He married Sarah F PETTYPOOL on 15 March 1813.142 He died on 20 October 1846 in Trigg County.141

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William PETTYPOOL ( - ). William married Jane TALLEY on 30 August 1814 in Mecklenburg County.143,144 Task: Investigate Possible Second Marriage.

 

14. USA Generation (4). William PETTYPOOL, son of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born circa 1720 in Virginia.145 Event: on 6 June 1748 in Lunenburg County; Edward Caldwell makes a deed of gift of 400 acres on the "North side of Couches Creek" to his "beloved Son-in-law William Petepool and Mary his wife"...to be equally divided between "my two Gran-Children Colwell Petepool and William Petepool" at the deaths of their parents.146 William married Mary CALDWELL.147 He died before 10 November 1774.148

 

Mary CALDWELL, daughter of Edward CALDWELL ( - ), died between 1806 and 1807. The death was witnessed by Horatio WINN.149 She and William PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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Caldwell PETTYPOOL (bef1742-bef1791). USA Generation (5). Caldwell was born before 1742.150 Event: on 12 August 1763 in Lunenburg County; named as defendant in a suit brought before the Lunenburg County court.151 Caldwell married Mary GROMARRIN in 1765.152 Event: in 1772 in London, England; Virginia.
The Secretary, in behalf of the parties interested in four Acts passed in the colony of Virginia in December, 1766, and April, 1772, intituled,
An Act to vest certain intailed lands in Nathaniel West Dandridge, Esquire, in fee simple, and for settling slaves in lieu thereof.
An Act to dock the intail of certain lands, whereof Nathaniel West Dandridge is seised.
An Act to dock the intail of certain lands, whereof Ralph Wormley, Esquire, is seised.
An Act to vest certain lands, whereof Colwell Petty pool and Mary, his wife, are seised in fee tail, in Joseph Mayo; and for settling other lands and slaves to be purchased in lieu thereof.
fo. 173.
moved their lordships for their representation to his Majesty for confirming the said Acts; whereupon their lordships took the said Acts, together with Mr. Jackson's report thereupon, into consideration, and no objection appearing thereto in point of law, and having passed through all the forms prescribed by his Majesty's instructions, and having clauses suspending their execution until his Majesty's pleasure was known, a representation to his Majesty thereupon was prepared, agreed to and signed. " Journal, November 1772: Volume 79," in Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations: Volume 13, January 1768 - December 1775, ed. K H Ledward (London: His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1937), 316-326. British History Online, accessed May 6, 2020, http://www.british-history.ac.uk/jrnl-trade-plantations/vol13/pp316-326.153 Event: on 1 September 1772 in Lunenburg County; trust deed between Colwell and the Scottish mercantile company of Buchanan and Hastie.154 Event: on 16 June 1777 in Virginia; Revolutionary War Rolls, private, 6th Regiment, Virginia.155 Event: in 1779 in Lunenburg County; Rent Roll.156 Event: on 10 September 1779 in Lunenburg County; suit brought by the Commonwealth of Virginia for “assault committed on the body of Jemima Gafford.157 Event: on 9 November 1780 in Lunenburg County; transferred title to the 500 acres on Tusekiah Creek to his only son, Wiltshire Gromarrin Pettypool.158 Event: in 1787 in Lunenburg County; declared insolvent for the 14 pounds due for property taxes to Lunenburg County.159 Caldwell died before 1791.160 Event: on 10 February 1791 in Lunenburg County; ... a chancery suit from 10 February 1791 and guardian accounts from later in the same year document his death when the remains of his estate (192 pounds 5 shillings) were divided and set out to support the needs of his minor children (named as Francis, Susanna R., Elizabeth B. and Mary C.161

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William PETTYPOOL (bef1743-bef1796). USA Generation (5). William was born before 1743. Event: on 13 June 1764 in Lunenburg County; defendant in a suit brought in Lunenburg County court.162 William married Martha RAGSDALE before 1773.163 He married Frances BROOKS on 15 February 1775 in Lunenburg County.164 He died before 1796 in Newberry County South Carolina.165

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Baxter PETTYPOOL (bef1759-1808). USA Generation (5). Baxter was born before 1759 in Lunenburg County. Event: in 1775 in Lunenburg County; tithable on Lunenburg Co. tax list for 1775.166 Event: in 1779 in Virginia; Discharge from active service.4,167 Event: in 1782 in Lunenburg County; a tithe chargeable to Mary Pettypool.168 Baxter married Ann.169 He died on 3 August 1808 in Georgia.

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Labon PETTYPOOL (bef1762-1778). USA Generation (5). Labon was born before 1762 in Virginia. He died on 25 May 1778.170

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John PETTYPOOL (bef1764-1827). USA Generation (5). John was born before 1764 in Virginia.4 Event: on 14 July 1785 in Lunenburg County; appearance as defendant in suit brought in Lunenburg Co. court.4,171 John married Lucy CLARKE on 11 February 1790 in Lunenburg County.139,164,172 He died between 17 June 1827 and 17 July 1827 in Barren county Kentucky.173

 

15. USA Generation (4). Stephen PETTYPOOL, son of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born on 30 October 1721 in Prince George County.174 Cited: in August 1753 in Edgecombe county, North Carolina - Peter Crocker Will.175,176 Event: on 15 February 1754 in Edgecombe county; deed, Stephen Pettypool and wife Sarah to Lawrence Tool.177 Event: in November 1756 in Edgecombe county; Quarter Sessions, The King vs. Stephen Pettipool.178 Event: in September 1759 in Edgecombe county; Quarter Sessions- The Justices of Edgecombe Co vs. Stephen Pettypoole, not found lives in Johnson [Johnston Co, NC]. Event: on 14 June 1762 in Johnston county, North Carolina; witness to a deed between Richard Baley and John Kent.179 Event: on 29 January 1775 in St. Marks Parish, Craven county, South Carolina; (recorded 13 July 1786) buys 200 acres on Great Lynches creek from John Alexander.180 Event: on 28 November 1776 in St. Marks Parish; sell 200 acres to Charles Evans.180 Event in Charles Evans Estate, Kershaw and Chesterfield District.181 Stephen died before 4 May 1796. The death was witnessed by Susannah PARKER. Place presumed to be Rowan county since Letter of Administration granted in Rowan Quarter Session court. He married Sarah.

 

Sarah died. She and Stephen PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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David PETTYPOOL ( - ). David died.

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PETTYPOOL ( - ). [unnamed person] died.

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Patty PETTYPOOL ( - ). Patty died.

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Fanny PETTYPOOL ( - ). Fanny died.

 

16. USA Generation (4). Tabitha PETTYPOOL, daughter of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born on 13 October 1725.182 She was baptised on 6 June 1726.183 She died.

 

17. USA Generation (4). Phillip PETTYPOOL, son of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born on 13 March 1730.51 Event: in 1767 in Dobbs county, North Carolina; land grant.184 Phillip died before 2 March 1802 in Warren county Georgia.185 Task: Resident of SC in 1775? Phillip married JONES. He married Mary TAPLEY.

 

JONES,186 daughter of Jacob JONES ( - ), died.

 

Mary TAPLEY187 died. She and Phillip PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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Mary PETTYPOOL ( - ). Mary died.

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Ephraim PETTYPOOL ( - ). Ephraim died.

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Henry PETTYPOOL ( - ). Henry died.

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James PETTYPOOL ( - ). James died.

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Susannah PETTYPOOL ( - ). Susannah died.

 

18. USA Generation (4). Frances PETTYPOOL, daughter of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born on 25 September 1733 in Prince George County.188 She died.

 

19. USA Generation (4). Abraham PETTYPOOL, son of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born before 1734 in Virginia.189 Event: in 1755 in Beaufort county, North Carolina; grantee in deed in Beaufort Co. N.C.190 Event: in 1764 in Pitt County, North Carolina; tax rolls.191 Event: after 1781 in Camden District, South Carolina; court records of Camden District.192 Abraham died.

 

20. USA Generation (4). Ephraim PETTYPOOL, son of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born before 1735 in Virginia.193 Event: on 16 August 1756 in Brunswick county, Virginia; receipt of land patent in Brunswick Co. VA.194 Event: in August 1763 in Dinwiddie county, VA; plaintiff in probate proceedings against the estate of William(3) Pettypool in August, 1763.195 Event: in 1764 in Pitt County; tax rolls.191 Event: after 1781 in Camden District; entries in court records of Camden District.192 Ephraim died before 1794 in Fairfield county, South Carolina.196,197 He had his estate probated on 15 January 1794 in Fairfield county. Ephraim PETTYPOOL, Thomas PETTYPOOL, William PETTYPOOL, Frances PETTYPOOL, Nancy PETTYPOOL, Tabitha PETTYPOOL and Ursula PETTYPOOL were beneficiaries.196 He married Ursula AVENT.

 

Ursula AVENT died. She and Ephraim PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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William PETTYPOOL ( - ). William died.

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Abraham PETTYPOOL ( - ). Abraham died.

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Ephraim PETTYPOOL ( - ). Ephraim died.

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Thomas PETTYPOOL ( - ). Thomas died.

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Tabitha PETTYPOOL ( - ). Tabitha died.

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Frances PETTYPOOL ( - ). Frances died.

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Nancy PETTYPOOL ( - ). Nancy died.

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Ursula PETTYPOOL ( - ). Ursula died.

 

21. USA Generation (4). Henry PETTYPOOL, son of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born on 27 January 1741.198 He died.

 

22. USA Generation (4). Seth PETTYPOOL, son of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born before 1742 in Prince George County.199 Event: in March 1763 in Dinwiddie county; named executor of his father's estate, along with his mother.200 Seth died circa 1803 in Dinwiddie county.201

 

Seth PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

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Seth PETTYPOOL (1765- ). Seth was born on 27 June 1765.202 He died.

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Dolly PETTYPOOL (1767- ). Dolly was born on 27 February 1767.202 She died.

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William PETTYPOOL (1769- ). William was born on 19 January 1769.202 He died.

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Lucretia PETTYPOOL (1772- ). Lucretia was born on 11 November 1772.202 She died.

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Martha PETTYPOOL (1774- ). Martha was born on 17 January 1774.202 She married Colman TUCKER on 14 February 1793.203 She died.

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Joseph PETTYPOOL (1775- ). Joseph was born on 12 August 1775.202 He died.

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Ann PETTYPOOL (1777- ). Ann was born on 11 June 1777.202 She died.

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Lucy PETTYPOOL (1779- ). Lucy was born on 9 December 1779.202 She died.

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Frances PETTYPOOL (1782- ). Frances was born on 26 March 1782.202 She died.

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Rebecca PETTYPOOL (1784-1786). Rebecca was born on 27 March 1784.202 She died on 9 December 1786.202

 

23. USA Generation (4). Frederick PETTYPOOL, son of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born before 1742 in Prince George County.204 He married. He died.

 

Frederick PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

98

Henry Pettypool (5) ( - ). Henry married Jenny GREEN on 11 October 1788 in Lunenburg County.164

99

Isham Pettypool (5) ( - ). Isham married Rhody BOWERS on 8 April 1795 in Lunenburg County.164

 

24. USA Generation (4). John PETTYPOOL, son of William PETTYPOOL (3) and Frances, was born before 1774 in Prince George County.205 He died between 1807 and 1810 in Dinwiddie county.206 He married Anne BROWDER.

 

Anne BROWDER207 and John PETTYPOOL had the following children:

 

100

John PETTYPOOL ( - )

101

Stephen PETTYPOOL ( - )

102

David PETTYPOOL ( - )

103

Elizabeth PETTYPOOL ( - )

104

Henry PETTYPOOL ( - )

105

Perkinson PETTYPOOL ( - )

 

25. William MASSEY, son of Richard MASSEY and Ann PETTYPOOL, died.

 

26. Hezekiah MASSEY, son of Richard MASSEY and Ann PETTYPOOL, died.

 

27. Ann MASSEY, daughter of Richard MASSEY and Ann PETTYPOOL, died.

 

28. Martha MASSEY, daughter of Richard MASSEY and Ann PETTYPOOL, died.

 

29. Sarah MASSEY, daughter of Richard MASSEY and Ann PETTYPOOL, died.

 

30. John MASSEY, son of Richard MASSEY and Ann PETTYPOOL, died.

 

31. Richard MASSEY, son of Richard MASSEY and Ann PETTYPOOL, died.

 

32. Tabitha MASSEY, daughter of Richard MASSEY and Ann PETTYPOOL, died.

 

33. William BROADWAY, son of Edward BROADWAY and Mary PETTYPOOL, died.

 

34. Edward BROADWAY, son of Edward BROADWAY and Mary PETTYPOOL, died.

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8Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Virginia State Land Office, Patents No. 4, 1655-1662: 254
9Ibid. Text From Source: citing: York County Virginia Deeds, Orders, Wills 3:95 (13 November 1660), as cited on a card filed under “Pettipoole, William” in the York County Project Biographical File, Department of Historical Research, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
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12Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Weynette Parks Haun, Surry County Virginia Court Records (Deed Book I) 1664 thru 1671, Book II (Durham, N.C.: Author, 1987), 7
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16Ibid. 71.
17Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, Virginia’s Colonial Soldiers (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1988), 215
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19Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, Virginia’s Colonial Soldiers (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1988), 215
20Ibid. Text From Source: citing: W. L. McDowell, editor, Journal of the Commissioners of the Indian Trade, 1710-1718, Colonial Records of South Carolina (Columbia, South Carolina: South Carolina Archives Department, 1955)
21Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Prince George County Virginia Deeds, Wills, Settlement of Estates, Etc. 1713-1728:749, microfilm 33053, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
22Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Prince George Co. Va. Surveyors Platt Book, Deeds, Wills, Inventories and Settlements of Estates 1713-1728:168, microfilm 33051, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
23Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Abstracts of Patents and Grants, Virginia State Land Office, Prince George Co., Book 10:338, microfilm 29314, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
24Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Benjamin B. Weisiger III, compiler, Henrico County, Virginia Deeds 1706-1737 (Richmond, Va.: Author, 1985), 169
25Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Prince George Co. Va. Surveyors Platt Book, Deeds, Wills, Inventories and Settlements of Estates 1713-1728:972-973, microfilm 33053, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
26Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Va. Abstracts, Prince George County, Book 12:62, microfilm 29314, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
27Foley, Louise Pledge Heath, "Early Virginia Families Along the James River: Their Deep and Tangled Branches" (Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002.). Section: Abstracts of Land Patents - Prince George County.
28Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Prince George Co. Va. Surveyors Platt Book, Deeds, Wills, Inventories and Settlements of Estates 1713-1728:972-973, microfilm 33053,
FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
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29Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Va. Abstracts, Prince George Co. Book 11:122, microfilm 29314, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
30Carolyn Hartsough, "English Ancestry of the Pettypool Family: of Colonial Virginia" (www.pettypool.com). citing: Prince George Co. Va. Deeds, Wills, Settlements of Estates, 1711-.
Text From Source: See also: Va. Abstracts, Prince George Co. Book 11:129, microfilm 29314, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
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35Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Marian Dodson Chiarito, Entry Record Book 1737-1770 (Land entries in the present Virginia Counties of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin and Patrick) (Nathalie Va.: The Clarkton Press, 1984), 138
36Ibid. citing:
37Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Va. Abstracts, Halifax Co. Book 36:806, microfilm 29311, FHL, Salt
Lake City, Utah
38Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. Va.. Deed Book 7:270, microfilm 31883, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
39Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. Va. Deed Book 8:145, microfilm 31883, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
40Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. Va. Deed Book 9:75, microfilm 31884, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
41Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001).
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42Ibid. citing: Halifax Co. Va. Deed Book 9:77, microfilm 31884, FHL, Salt Lake.
43"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)".
44Ibid. Text From Source: citing: John Frederick Dorman, “Dinwiddie County Clerks Fee Book, 1763,”The Virginia Genealogist Volume 39, Number 2 (April/June, 1995):35.
This fee book, now found among the records of the city of Petersburg, contains some of the only extant evidence about eighteenth century Dinwiddie County estates. By good fortune, it happens to contain information documenting the death of William(3) Pettypool of Dinwiddie County.
45Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Churchill Gibson Chamberlyne, Births from the Bristol Parish Register of Henrico, Prince George and Dinwiddie Counties Virginia 1720-1789 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1980),61,62,64
46Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Brunswick Co. Va. Will Book 4:27-28, microfilm 30634, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
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47Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register,6,8
48"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register,6,8
49Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register, 75
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50Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register, 76
51Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register, 77
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Text From Source: 200 acres, grant 268, entry 457, Book 35, page 199
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"...being nine legatees equal to 1/9 Share ... in full of the said Decedants estate..."
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61Ibid. citing Lunenburg Co Order Book 9, p. 281. November, 1763 Court.
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64Hendrix, Lindsay, "The Jury Lists of South Carolina 1778-1779". p. 102.
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67"Peter Pettypool's Role in the Southern Campaign of Earl Cornwallis, James F. Poole, 3 November 2013". http://www.pettypool.com/DocumentGallery/DocumentCovers/PeterWarOT.png.
68Bobby Gilmer Moss, "The Loyalists at Kings Mountain " (Blacksburg, South Carolina: Scotia- Hibernia Press, 1998). pp. 65-66.
69Phil Norfleet, "South Carolina Loyalists and Rebels" (http://sc_tories.tripod.com/colonel_thomas_brandon_listPage3.htm). transcription of copy held at South Carolina Department of Archives and History.
70"Jackson, Ron V., South Carolina Census, 1790-1890".
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75Carolyn Hartsough, "Peter Pettypool (son of Seth and Martha Pettypool) of Virginia and the Carolinas 17 May 1727 – post 1782 (?)" (March, 2013). 13 September 2013; p. 4.
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76"Journals of the County and Intermediate Court 1786- 1790 D4347". D4347.
South Carolina Department of Archives & History, 8301 Parklane Road Columbia, SC 29223. Tel: 803 896-6104. Email: https://scdah.sc.gov/research-and-genealogy/research-requests. Web: https://scdah.sc.gov/. Call Number: D4347.
77Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1790 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). Year: 1790; Census Place: , Laurens, South Carolina; Roll: M637_11; Page: 446; Image: 266; Family History Library Film: 0568151; family of Seth Paul.
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78"The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research". Vol. VII, Fall 1979, No. 4, p.221.
79Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1800 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010). Year: 1800; Census Place: , Laurens District, South Carolina; Roll: 50; Page: 16; Image: 35; Family History Library Film: 181425; family of Seth P Pool.
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82Ibid. Box 8, Pkg. 12.
83Ibid. Box 10, Pkg. 13.
84Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1810 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). Year: 1810; Census Place: , Laurens, South Carolina; Roll: 61; Page: 265;&nbspFamily History Number: 0181420; Image: 00105; family of Seth Pool.
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85"Laurens Court of General Sessions Indictment Papers (Recognizance Bonds)". Thomas P. Pool Bill of Indictment for Perjury.
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86Ibid. Thomas P. Pool, Seth P. Pool & George Pool Bill of Indictment for Forcible Entry & Detainour.
87Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1820 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). 1820 U S Census: , Laurens, South Carolina, Page: 29; NARA Roll: M33_121; Image: 66; family of Seth Poole.
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88"Laurens Court of Common Pleas: Index to Judgment Rolls". Judgment 2157.
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89Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1830 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). 1830 U S Census: , Laurens, South Carolina, Page: 277; NARA Roll: M19-169; Family History Film: 0022503; family of Symethe Pool.
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90"Laurens County Probate Court, Laurens County Ordinary/Probate Judge Index to Estate Papers 1800-1939". Box 58 Pkg 4.
91Ibid. Box 58 Pkg. 4.
92Ibid. Box 58 Pkg. 4.
93"Cyclopedia of eminent and representative men of the Carolinas of the nineteenth century" (Madison, Wis.: Brant & Fuller, 1892). 320.
94Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). p. 15.
Text From Source: citing: Landon C. Bell, Sunlight on the Southside: Lists of Tithes, Lunenburg County, Virginia, 1748-1783 (Phildelphia Pa.: no pub.,1931), 71
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
95Ibid. p. 15.
Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders No. 4:349, microfilm 32405, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah and Greenville Chapter of South Carolina Genealogical Society, Greenville County South Carolina Cemetery Survey, Volume Two (Greenville S.C.: A Press, 1979), 431
96Ibid. p. 15.
Text From Source: citing: Gwynn, Wills of Granville County North Carolina, 140
97North Carolina. Probate Court (Granville County), "North Carolina, Granville County Estate Records". Estate Records, Pearce, Lukins - Pinson, Aron,
Ancestry.com, Provo, UT, USA. Web: www.ancestry.com.
98North Carolina. Probate Court, "North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015). Estate Records, Pearce, Lukins - Pinson, Aron.
inventory signed by mark of Young Pettypool
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99Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). p. 15.
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
100"Virgil D. White, Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files". 2727.
Lexington County Library, 5440 Augusta Road, Lexington, SC 29072. Tel: 803.785.2600. Web: https://lexcolibrary.com/.
101"Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011). National Number 90708, Application of Harry Gray Fowler. Assessment: Questionable.
Ancestry.com, Provo, UT, USA. Web: www.ancestry.com.
102"Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900 " (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). M804 1950 William Petty Pool, Year 1852, North Carolina.
Ancestry.com, Provo, UT, USA. Web: www.ancestry.com.
103"Greenville Estate Papers- General Index to Probate Court". Apt. 12 File 27.
Greenville Public Library, 25 Heritage Green Pl, Greenville, SC 29601. Tel: 864-242-5000. Email: maincirc@greenvillelibrary.org. Web: https://www.greenvillelibrary.org/.
104"South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015). Greenville county Index and Will, Vol 1-2, Books A-C, 1787-1853, William P Poole.
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105"Bible, William Petty Pool, DAR copy" (John Boswell Chapter DAR, copy (tlc00073935)).
James F. Poole Private Collection.
106"Find a Grave". Memorial 57065198. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Find A Grave. Web: https://www.findagrave.com/.
107Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1800 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010). Year: 1800; Census Place: Hillsboro, Granville, North Carolina; Series: M32; Roll: 31; Page: 509; Image: 466; Family History Library Film: 337907.
Text From Source: family of Young Petty Pool
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108Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1820 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). 1820 U S Census; Census Place: Greenville, South Carolina; Page: 83; NARA Roll: M33_120; Image: 143.
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109Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1830 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). 1830; Census Place: Greenville, South Carolina; Series: M19; Roll: 172; Page: 323; Family History Library Film: 0022506.
Text From Source: family of Young Pool
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110Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1840 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). Year: 1840; Census Place: Greenville, South Carolina; Page: 263; Family History Library Film: 0022509.
Text From Source: family of Young Pool
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111"South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015). South Carolina. Probate Court (Greenville County); Probate Place: Greenville, South Carolina Will Books, Vol C-D, 1840-1867.
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112Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1800 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010). Year: 1800; Census Place: Hillsboro, Granville, North Carolina; Series: M32; Roll: 31; Page: 509; Image: 466; Family History Library Film: 337907.
Text From Source: family of Phillip P Pool
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over: 1 Number of Slaves: 3
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2 Number of Household Members: 7
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113"North Carolina, Marriage Records, 1741-2011" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015).
114Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1810 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). Year: 1810; Census Place: Granville, North Carolina; Roll: 40; Page: 885; Image: 00255; Family History Library Film: 0337913.
Text From Source: family of Phillip P Pool
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115Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1820 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). 1820 U S Census; Census Place: Granville, North Carolina; Page: 22; NARA Roll: M33_85; Image: 23.
Text From Source: family of Phillip P Pool
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116Images reproduced by FamilySearch, "1830 United States Federal Census" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010). 1830; Census Place: North Regiment, Granville, North Carolina; Series: M19; Roll: 121; Page: 15; Family History Library Film: 0018087.
Text From Source: family of Phillip P Pool
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117"Granville County, North Carolina Estate Records". Estate records 1746-1919 Pinson, Betsy (Betsey) - Puryear, John (folder no. 1); citing FHL film # 007641307; Phillip P. Pool estate document.
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118Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register, 79
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119Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. Va. Deed Book 7:270-271, microfilm 31883, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
120Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. VA. Court Orders Pleas 9:179, microfilm 31923, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
121Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. VA. Court Orders Pleas 9:233-234, microfilm 31923, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
122"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. VA. Deed Book 17:522, microfilm 31887, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
123Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. Va. Court Orders Pleas 30:228, microfilm 31913, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah

Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
124Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. Va. Property Tax List, 1827. Virginia State Library Microfilm, Reel 133
125"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. VA. Court Orders Pleas 30:228,283,382,420, microfilm 31931, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
126Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. VA. Court Orders Pleas 30:228,283,382,420, microfilm 3631931, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
127Ibid. citing Pettypool Family History; Dr. Bruce P’Pool.
128Ibid. citing Pettypool Family History. Dr. Bruce P’Pool.
129Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Seth P. Poole household, 1820 Federal Census, Trigg Co. Ky., 13, microfilm 186189, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
130Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Mecklenburg Co. Va. Court Orders, 1801:72, microfilm 32556, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
131Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Marian Dodson Chiarito and James Handley Prendergast, Marriages of Halifax County Virginia, 1801-1831 (Nathalie Va.: Clarkton Press, 1985), 108
132Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Trigg Co. Ky. Wills Book B 1835-1843:27,28, microfilm 321328, FHL, Salt lake City, Utah
133"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. Va. Court Orders Pleas 30:362, microfilm 31931, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
134Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Chiarito and Prendergast, Marriages of Halifax County, 127
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
135Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Caldwell Pettypool household, 1830 Federal Census, Trigg County, Kentucky, page 15, microfilm 7821, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
136Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Holcomb, Marriages of Granville County, 266
137Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Trigg Co. Ky. Wills Book C 1843-1851:173-174, microfilm 321329, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
138Ibid. Text From Source: citing: John E. Pool household, 1830 Federal Census, Halifax County, Virginia, page 428, microfilm 29671, FHL, Salt lake City, Utah
139Dodd, Jordan, comp, "Virginia, Compiled Marriages, 1660-1800".
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140Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Halifax Co. Va. Court Minutes Book 13:184, microfilm 31937, FHL, Salt lake City, Utah
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
141Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Neal, Trigg County Handbook, 449
142Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Prestwould Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, Marriage Records Mecklenburg County Virginia (South Hill Va.: by the Society, 1962), 135
143"Virginia, Compiled Marriages, 1740-1850" (Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999).
144Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Prestwould Chapter DAR, Marriage Records of Mecklenburg, 136
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
145Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders 1746-1752:326-328, microfilm 32403, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
In this 1749 court order, William(4) Pettypool of Lunenburg County is ordered to reimburse a William Pettypool Senior, who has made a sixty-five mile round trip to Lunenburg to serve as a witness in a suit brought by the younger William. The descendants of the only other Pettypool man of sufficient age (Seth(3)) to have fathered a son old enough to initiate a court case in 1749 have been accounted for. Accordingly, it is argued that William(3) Pettypool (of Dinwiddie County) is the father of this Lunenburg County William Pettypool born by 1720. -Carolyn Hartsough-
146"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders 1746-1752:326-328, microfilm 32403, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
147Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders 1746-1752:326-328, microfilm 32403, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
May 2020- available only on microfilm Salt Lake City-- County Court order books, 1746-1865 Authors: Virginia. County Court (Lunenburg County) (Main Author) Format:Manuscript/Manuscript on Film Language:English Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1949 Physical: 13 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
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148Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders 1769-1777:444, microfilm 32408, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
149"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg County Virginia Tax Lists, 1806 and 1807, Virginia State Library microfilms,Reels 180 and 181
"Mary last appears on these tax lists in 1806; Horatio Winn, the husband of her granddaughter, Patty Ragsdale Pettypool, pays tax on the “Pool Est” property in 1807"
150Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). p. 18.
Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders Book 9:162, microfilm 32407, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
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151"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders Book 13:456, microfilm 32407, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah Book 9:162
152Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). p. 18.
Text From Source: citing: J. Staunton Moore, The Annals and History of Henrico Parish
Diocese of Virginia and St. John’s P.E. Church (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1979), 229
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
153ed. K H Ledward, "Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations: Volume 13, January 1768 - December 1775" (London: His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1937). vol13/pp316-326.
British History Online. Web: http://www.british-history.ac.uk.
154Carolyn Hartsough, "Colwell Pettypool, son of William(4) and Mary Caldwell of Lunenburg County, Virginia" (16 December 2015). Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg County, Virginia, Deed Book 12, 1771-1777, 266-267
The Pettypool Family: a One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
155War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, "Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783". Colwell Pettypool, Virginia, 6th Regiment.
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156Jackson, Ron V, "Virginia, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1607-1890". VA Early Census Index.
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157Carolyn Hartsough, "Colwell Pettypool, son of William(4) and Mary Caldwell of Lunenburg County, Virginia" (16 December 2015). Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg County, Virginia Order Book 14, 1777-1784, 40
The Pettypool Family: a One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
158Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg County, Virginia, Deed Book 14, 1777-1784, 364-365
159Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Robert Y. Clay, “Some Delinquent Tax Payers 1787-1790,” The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 19 (3), 1975, 46
160Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). p. 18.
Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders Book 16:12, microfilm 32409, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
161Carolyn Hartsough, "Colwell Pettypool, son of William(4) and Mary Caldwell of Lunenburg County, Virginia" (16 December 2015). Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg County, Virginia, Order Book 16, 1791-1796, 12-13; Lunenburg County, Virginia, Guardian Accounts, 1791-1851
The Pettypool Family: a One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
162"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders Book 10:94, microfilm 32407,FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
163Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. VA. Deed Book 13:279, microfilm 32393, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
Evidenced by a deed of gift on 13 May 1773 from Edward Ragsdale to his "two Grand Children Edward Pettypool and Patty Ragsdale Pettipool" recorded in Lunenburg Co. VA. Deed Book
164Matheny, Emma R, "Marriages of Lunenburg County, Virginia, 1746-1853" (Genealogical Publishing Co., 1979, Baltimore, MD, USA).
165"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Brent Holcomb, Newberry County South Carolina Minutes of the County Court 1785-1798 (Easley SC: Southern Historical Press, 1977), 269
166Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Bell, Sunlight on the Southside, 353
167Ibid. Text From Source: citing: General Index to Compiled Service Records of Revolutionary War Soldiers, Files 2888-2890, National Archives Microfilm Publication M860,Roll 41
168Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists, 1782 & 1785 (Miami Beach, Fl.: T. L. C. Genealogy, 1992), 26
169Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Mrs. John Lee (comp.), National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. II Records of Richmond County Georgia (Vidalia Ga.: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, n.d.), 116
170Carolyn Hartsough, "Chance Favors the Prepared Mind- One of “three youngest Sons”: Identifying a Missing" (2 Feb 2015). http://pettypool.com/blog/2015/02/chance-favors-the-prepared-mind/.
Text From Source: citing: National Archives, Washington, D.C., "U.S. Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783," database, index and images, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/: accessed 29 January 2015), Laban Poole entry for May, 1778 pay roll; citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M246, 138 rolls); War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, Record Group 93; Roll Box: 113; Roll state: VA; Image 125 of 752; John Winston’s Company, 14th Virginia Regiment
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171"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Lunenburg Co. Va. Court Orders Book 15:63, microfilm 32409, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
172Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Matheny and Yates, Marriages of Lunenburg County, 94
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173"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Barren Co. Ky. Wills Book 2:407, microfilm 209740, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
174Edmund West, comp, "Family Data Collection - Births" (Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Stephen Pettipool, Father: Pettypool William, Mother: Frances Talley, Birth Date: 30 Oct 1721, County: PR Geo State: VA
Birth date consistent with conclusion of Hartsough, The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia, citing Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register, p. 76.
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175Darlington Historical Commision, "Real Estate in Equity 1821-1844".
176Carolyn Hartsough, "Hartsough Research Notes" (unpublished). citing Bradley, Dr Stephen, Early Records of North Carolina, Vol VII Wills 1750-1753, p. 25.
private.
177Ibid. citing Hofmann, Margaret, Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe N. C., 1732- 21758, p. 163.
178Ibid. citing Hann, Weynette Parks, Edgecombe County, North Carolina County Court Minutes, 1744-1762, Book I, p. 37.
179Ibid. citing Haun, Wynette Parks, Johnston County North Carolina Abstracts: Deed Books 1759-1791 Vol. I, p. 24.
180Ibid. citing Holcomb, Brent H, South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1783-1788, p. 299.
181Darlington Historical Commision, "Real Estate in Equity 1821-1844". pp. 43-48.
Text From Source: Charles Evans Estate, Writ of Partition, Court of Equity, 1813
Probably refers to the 29 Jan 1775 transaction- Alexander to Pettypool and the 28 Nov 1776 transaction Pettypool to Evans.
(reference forwarded by Charles Purvis, 12 May 2017)
182Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register, 77
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183"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register, 77
184"North Carolina, Land Grant Files, 1693-1960" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2016). No. 849.
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185Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Some Georgia County Records Vol. 1 Being Some of the Legal Records of Columbia, Hancock, Jefferson
and Warren Counties, Georgia (Easley S.C.: Southern Historical Press, 1977), 376
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186"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Hofman, Deeds of Edgecombe County North Carolina, 158
187Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Judge Folks Huxford, Genealogical Material from Legal Notices in Early Georgia Newspapers (Easley S.C.: Southern Historical Press,1989), 242
188Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register, 79
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
189Ibid. Text From Source: citing: (Beaufort Co. N.C. Deed Book 3 1748-1763:231, microfilm 416404, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah. Clarence E. Ratcliff, North Carolina Taxpayers 1701-1786, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1984), 159. Brent Holcomb & Elmer O. Parker, Abstractors, Camden District, South Carolina Wills and Administrations 1781-1796 (1770-1796), (Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, 1978) 2,6.
190Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Beaufort Co. N.C. Deed Book 3 1748-1763:231, microfilm 416404, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
191Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Clarence E. Ratcliff, North Carolina Taxpayers 1701-1786, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1984), 159
192Ibid. Text From Source: citing: (Brent Holcomb & Elmer O. Parker, Abstractors, Camden District, South Carolina Wills and Administrations 1781-1796 (1770-1796), (Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, 1978) 2,6)
193Ibid. Text From Source: citing: John Frederick Dorman, “Dinwiddie County Clerk’s Fee Book, 1763,” The Virginia Genealogist Volume 40, Number 1 (January/March, 1996):19 and Va. Abstracts, Brunswick Co. Book 33:281, microfilm 29310, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
Ephraim Pettypool’s probable descent from William(3) and Frances Pettypool is affirmed by his appearance as a plaintiff in probate proceedings against the estate of William(3) Pettypool in August, 1763 in Dinwiddie County as cited in John Frederick Dorman, “Dinwiddie County Clerk’s Fee Book, 1763,” The Virginia Genealogist Volume 40, Number 1 (January/March, 1996):19. Moreover, his receipt of a land patent in 1756 (Va. Abstracts, Brunswick Co. Book 33:281, microfilm 29310, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah)would have required him to be 21 years of age. With the exception of his brother, Seth (3), (whose descendants have been accounted for) no Pettypool man other than William(3) was of sufficient age to have sired Ephraim. quoting Carolyn Hartsough
194Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Va. Abstracts, Brunswick Co. Book 33:281, microfilm 29310, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
195Ibid. Text From Source: citing: John Frederick Dorman, “Dinwiddie County Clerk’s Fee Book, 1763,” The Virginia Genealogist Volume 40, Number 1 January/March, 1996):19
196"South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980" (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015). South Carolina. Probate Court (Fairfield County); Probate Place: Fairfield, South Carolina: File 5-7, Packages 143-238, 1780-1868.
Ancestry.com, Provo, UT, USA. Web: www.ancestry.com.
197Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Brent Holcomb, Some South Carolina County Records Vol. 1 (Easley SC: Southern Historical Press, 1976),117
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
198Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Chamberlyne, Bristol Parish Register, 80
199Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Dorman, “Dinwiddie County Clerks Fee Book, 1763,” 35
200"Carolyn S. Hartsough, PH.D., The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on Current Review of Evidence The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January- March, 2003)". Text From Source: citing: Dorman, “Dinwiddie County Clerks Fee Book, 1763,” 35
201Carolyn Hartsough, "English Ancestry of the Pettypool Family: of Colonial Virginia" (www.pettypool.com). Text From Source: citing: Dinwiddie Co. Va. Personal Property Tax Lists, 1800-1819:1803, microfilm 31113, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
202"Library of Virginia Archives and Manuscripts Database". http://image.lva.virginia.gov/Bible/33235/index.html.
Text From Source: image 3
Library of Virginia, 800 East Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219-8000. Email: https://www.lva.virginia.gov/about/contact/. Web: https://www.lva.virginia.gov/.
203Ibid. http://image.lva.virginia.gov/Bible/33236/index.html.
Text From Source: Tucker Pettipool Bible Records
Local Call Number 33236
Title Tucker family Bible record, 1757-1902.
Creation Date 1757 - 1902
Format 8 leaves.
Description Areas covered are Dinwiddie County and Prince George County, Virginia. Bible printed in 1817. Other surnames mentioned: Arnold, Daniel, Eppes, Haddon, Ledbetter, Malone, Pettipool, Rose, Tyrus, Warren, and Williams.
Note(s) Bible belonged to George Malone in 1818 and Coleman Tucker in 1824.
204Hartsough, Carolyn, "The William Pettypool Family of Southside Virginia: Lineage Reconstruction Based on a Contemporary Review of Evidence" (originally published in The Virginia Genealogist 10 Dec. 2001). Text From Source: citing: Sussex Co. Va. Court Orders 1761-1764:271, microfilm 34175, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
Pettypool Family One-Name Study. Web: www.pettypool.com.
205Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Albemarle Parish Register of Surry and Sussex Counties, Virginia, (Redwood City, California: Pacific Coast Publishers, 1958), 111
206Ibid. Text From Source: citing: Dinwiddie Co. Va. Personal Property Tax Lists, 1800-1819:1808-1810, microfilm 31113, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
207Ibid. Text From Source: Dinwiddie Co. Va. Chancery Order Book 1:104-106, microfilm 31107, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah