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BAKER FAMILY HISTORY AND GENEALOGY

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
OWEN BRANCHES THAT ARE NOT YET CONNECTED TO OUR TREE
 

 

  When researching for our Owen lines we have found documents that contain "mystery" names, these are individual's that we have not yet connected to our tree.  Any help in identifying the correct family for these "lost" Owen's would greatly be apprectiated.
 
 
   L. A. OWEN Henry County Kentucky Appraisment July 1894
    L. A. OWEN Henry County Kentucky Completed Appraisement
    L. A. OWEN Henry County Inventory Recorded Oct. 25, 1894
 
 
 
ROWAN COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA
 

1786

Court of Pleas and Quarters Rowan Co., North Carolina, 9 Feb. 1786.

Overseers Appointed: Laurence Owen from Morrows Ordinary to Mitchells Old Mill.

 

25 Oct. 1786. State Grant #1384 at 50 shillings the 100acres to Lawrence Owens, 300 acres on Hunting and Bear Creeks adjacent to John Erwin, Mathew Busey and William Patrick

 

1787

Court of Pleas and Quarters Rowan Co., North Carolina, 6 August 1787:

Overseers Appointed:......Elias Lovelace for Laurence Owens......

 

1790

Court of Pleas and Quarters Rowan Co., North Carolina, 7 May 1790:

The State vs Alexander McWhorter. Misdr. Not Guilty. Another for same and not guilty. Ordered Prosecutor Larence Owin pay costs.

 

1790 CensusSalisbury District, Rowan Co., North Carolina

2 males, including himself, over 16

4 males under 16

3 females including his wife

1 other freeman in household

 

ASHE COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA

 

1800 Census for Ashe Co., North Carolina

Lawrence Owen over 45 years of age

3 males under 10

2 males 10 to 16

2 females under 10

1 female 16 to 26

Wife over 45 years old

1804

A deed from Lawrence Owen to Jesse Hall for 150 acres:

In witness whereof the said Lawrence Owen hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and date above mentioned in presence of:

Test: Lawrence Owen

Issac Wilborn North Carolina Febry Term 1809

William Weaver, Jr. Ashe County within deed was duly proven in open Court by the oath of William Weaver in order to be Registered

Test: David Earnest C.C.C.

 

Deed from Lawrence Owen to Jesse Hall for 100 acres:

A certain parcel of land lying or being in the County of Ashe on the North Fork of New River.

 

1809

 

Lawrence Owen deed to Jesse Hall for 60 acres:

Sixty acres of land Situate lying and being on the Waters of New River......Beginning at a Stake in the said Owens line and on the River Bank running down meanders of said River.....

Risdon Cooper, Test Lawrence Owens

Thomas X Owen

 

 

SCOTT COUNTY VIRGINIA

 

 

1815

Scott Co., Virginia

A return of the marriages made by me the undersigned for the year 1815 I joined together in the state of Holy Matrimony & Agreeable to Law Elisha Owen and Delilah Rhea on the 4th day of September 1815

Samuel Witton (Minister of the Gospel)

 

 

Marriage bond between Elisha Owen and Delilah Rhea was recorded September 4, 1815. Daniel Rhea cosigned the bond with Elisha Owens.

 

3 10 15 This is to inform you that are all Cleard from me for all of that you do for Elisha Owen concerning of Granting of him license to get married to Delila Ray given in my hand and seal the day and date above Ritten sygned in the presense of teste Daniel Rhea.

Lawrence Owens

 

1820 Census of Scott Co., Virginia

Laurence Owens:

1 male 16-26 and 1 male over 45

2 females 10 to 16 and 1 female over 45

 

1830 Census of Scott Co., Virginia

Lawrence Owens:

1 male between 90 and 100

1 female between 80 and 90

 
 
 
 

 

        
 
 
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