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John & Liscomb (Taylor) Haddock

Pitt County, NC

North Carolina

Taylor Family

My Family line is high lighted in yellow.


Descendants of Walter Jones, Jr.

1 Walter Jones, Jr. b: Abt. 1660 in Talbot Co., Maryland d: September 16, 1728 in Beaufort County, North Carolina [will date] +Linscombe b: Abt. 1668 in Ann Arundel Co., MD m: Abt. 1687 in Talbot Co., Maryland d: Abt. 1706

2 Tomsond Jones b: in Talbot Co., Maryland

2 Mary Jones b: in Talbot Co., Maryland

2 Liscomb Jones b: Abt. 1687 in Talbot Co., Maryland d: Bet. 1750 - 1754 in Pitt County, North Carolina +William Taylor, Sr. b: 1680 in Norfolk Co., VA m: Abt. 1707 in Norfolk Co., VA d: October 1794 in Pitt County, North Carolina

2 William Jones b: Abt. 1688 in Talbot Co., Maryland d: Aft. 1762 in Pitt County, North Carolina

2 Alice Jones b: Abt. 1689 in Talbot Cc., Maryland d: in Beaufort County, North Carolina +Jacob Moore b: Abt. 1679 m: Abt. 1709 in Talbot Co., Maryland d: in Beaufort County, North Carolina

2 Josiah Jones b: Abt. 1690 in Talbot Co., Maryland d: Bet. 1744 - 1762 in Pitt County, North Carolina +Margaret b: Abt. 1690 d: Aft. 1762 in Pitt County, North Carolina

2 Richard Jones b: Abt. 1695 in Talbot Co., Maryland d: December 1775 in Bath Town, Blounts Creek, Beaufort County, North Carolina +Ann Newton b: Abt. 1695 m: Abt. 1729 in Blounts Creek, Beaufort County, North Carolina d: in Blounts Creek, Beaufort County, North Carolina

2 Betty Jones b: Abt. 1705 in Maryland d: in Beaufort County, North Carolina +Solomon Whichard b: Abt. 1700 m: Abt. 1720 in Maryland d: Bet. 1763 - 1786 in Beaufort County, North Carolina

2 Simon Peter Jones b: 1706 in Talbot County, Maryland d: May 1767 in Cockold's Point, Pitt Co., NC. Burial: Cockold's Point, Pitt County, North Carolina +Abigail Bonner b: January 19, 1714/15 in Bonner Hill, Washington, Beaufort County, North Carolina m: Abt. 1734 in Washington, Beaufort County, North Carolina d: Bet. 1779 - 1790 in Henderson County, KY

*2nd Wife of Walter Jones, Jr.: +Dorothy Bodat aka: Dolly b: Abt. 1700 in Virginia m: Abt. 1718 in North Carolina d: Aft. 1757 in Beaufort County, North Carolina

2 Ambrose Jones b: Abt. 1719 in Maryland d: Bet. 1790 - 1800 in Edgecombe Co., North Carolina +Catherine Collins b: Abt. 1718 in Accomack County, VA. m: Abt. 1736 in Beaufort County, North Carolina d: Bet. 1790 - 1800 in Edgecombe Co., North Carolina

2 Walter Jones b: Abt. 1722 in Beaufort County, North Carolina d: Aft. 1761 in Craven County, NC. +Elizabeth b: Abt. 1722 m: Abt. 1740 in Craven County, NC. d: in Craven County, NC.


Walter Jones, Jr., son of Walter Jones, Sr. and Alice Bishop

Walter Jones's father made his will in 1696 or sometime there about. He calls Walter his eldest [sic] son. William, a brother of Walter's is still alive and is mentioned also. Among his children who were listed, Ellinor Mason was mentioned. Ellinor had connections to the Haddock family. Abraham Hall was also mentioned in other documents of the Bishop family and of the Haddock family. The abstract of that Talbot Co., will reads: Jones, Walter, Talbot Co., Maryland, (maybe in 1696?) Wife Alice, extx. and sole legatee of estate, real and personal, during life. To eld. son Walter, all real estate at death of aforesaid wife; to pay to his brother Robert Jones when of age, certain money. To daughter Mary and to daughter Ellinor Mason, personally. Test: Sam'l Sheffield, Abraham Hall, Josias White. [Ref: Maryland Calendar of Wills, 7. 317]

From the information given that is to follow, The Church of England, places Walter Jones in Virginia and then in North Carolina. He may have served in Virginia sometime between 1700 and 1720. Then in 1724, the Church of England places his residence in North Carolina. [Ref: The Church of England] Warrant, June 7, 1700 [Mr. Brett Chaplaine 20 pounds. After etc. By Virtue of the Generall Letters Patents Dormant bearing Date the 8th April 1689. These are to pray and require You to draw an Order for paying unto [blank] Brett Clerk or his Assignees the sume of 20 pounds for his passage to Carolina when he is going Chaplaine And lett the Same be satisfyed out of any his Majestys Treasure being and remaining in the Receipt of the Exchequer Applicable to the Uses of the Civill Government For which Thisshall be your Warrant Cockptt Treasury Chambers 7th of June 1700. S.F. J.S., H.B, R.H. [...] Footnote Similar warrants were issue on the dates indicated for payments of 20 pounds to the following clergymen for passage to North Carolina. Samuel Thomas, August 11, 1702. Although the warrant specified North Carolina, Thomas had actually been appointed missionary to South Carolina by the SPG and took up his duties there. John Blair, April 17, 1703, John Adams, Sept 26,1707, John Urmston Sept 1, 1709, Thomas Newman [as Thomas Newman] October 19, 1721, Walter Jones and Richard Hewitt, Dec 17, 1724. These two served in Virginia rather than North Carolina. John Blacknall, June 7, 1725, John Boyd Oct 3, 1732, James Moir Nove 13, 1739, Thomas Burgess Oct 2, 1741. [Ref Records of the Church of England, page 5] Other documents in the same text give information that indicates that Walter Jones was a missionary for the Church of England. [Ref: page 300] Dec 1724, Journal of the SPG, Dec 18. Petitions of Mr. Walter Jones and Mr. Richard Hewitt offering their Service to the employed as Missionaries in North Carolina were read, and their Testimonial were also laid before the Board and read: Ordered that they read Prayers and Preach on the 8th Verse of the 2nd Psalm, upon the first Sunday in January, Mr. Jones at 10 in the forenoon at Mr. Spartemans Church, in the hearing of the Master of the Charterhouse and Mr. Sparteman; and Mr. Hewitt at St. Michael Basishaw in the afternoon in the hearing of Dr. Mayo and Mr. Baker [...]

In 1718 Beaufort Co., NC, Walter Jones took a patent for land in Beaufort County, NC, This seems to be the first recording of him in North Carolina. Other documents from the church have named him a missionary and have suggested that he first lived in Virginia after leaving Maryland and that he then went on to North Carolina. Another abstract located nearby and in Beaufort, has other family connections. Thomas Blount was related to the Bonner and other families that Simon Peter Jones, Walter's son, was intermarried with. The abstract reads: Walter Jones, S'o Side Pamlico, 218 acres, Patent 218. Rob't Taylor, Di Ho, 200 acres - Survey 200. Also located there was Thos. Blount, S'o Side Pamlico, 610 acres} for Orph'a Tyler - Di Ho, 640 acres} Survey for Di Ho, S'o Side Hus (?) 640 } 1890 total acres.

A deed for land in 1719/20, places Walter in the early founding of Bath County, NC. Some of Beaufort was part of Bath at one time. That abstract reads: [Ref: Page 321] 1719/20 - Thomas Worsley, Bath Co., NC, to Walter Jones, Bath Co. - 25 pounds - 200 acres north side Pamptico River Northwest side of Duck Creek, as by deed June 6 _____ from said Worsley to said Walter Jones. For sum of 30 pounds paid by John Archbell, Bath Co., Sept. 16, 1720 and upon request of Walter Jones, Worsley deeds 200 acres to John Archbell. (This is not complete]

[Ref: Page 322] Oct. 4, 1720 - Release by Thomas Worsley of property, 200 acres deeded June 6, _____, to Walter Jones bounded on Northwest side of Deep Creek and contained in patent granted by Honble. Col. Thomas Cary for a "greater quantity". signed: John Trippe, Thomas Batteos (?), Thomas Boyd

Aug. 10, 1720 - Thomas Worsley, Planter, Bath Co., NC, to David Lee, Bath Co., NC. - 19 pounds - 135 acres on southeast side of Duck Creek, northside Pamptico River - all remaining part of that tract of land, a part of which I sold to Walter Jones and mentioned in a patent dated June 4, 1706 and granted to me by the Honble. Col. Thomas Cary, Depty. Govern. of this province for 335 acres." Wit: Thomas Unday, Collumb. Flyn, Thos. Boyd [Ref: Page 330]

Sept. 16, 1720 - Walter Jones, Bath Co., NC, Planter, to John Archbell, Bath Co. - 30 pounds - 200 acres North side Duck Creek, north side Pamptico River beginning a red oak about midway up northwest side of Duck Creek, upon creek side. Patent granted Thomas Worsley, Gent. by Honble. Thomas Cary, Deputy Gov. of this Province, dated June 10, 1706 for 335 acres, formerly bought by Walter Jones of Thomas Worsley and transferred by deed June 6, ____. Other part lying on southeast side Duck Creek, 135 acres, sold by Thomas Worsley to David Lee. Archbell to pay Lords Proprietors rent of 6 pence per 100 acres. Wit: Simon Alderson, John Trippe, Thos. Boyd

Oct. 4, 1720 - Release by Thomas Worsley of property, 200 acres deeded June 6, _, to Walter Jones bounded on Northwest side of Deep Creek and contained in patent granted by Honble. Col. Thomas Cary for a "greater quantity". Signed: John Trippe, Thomas Batteos (?), Thomas Boyd [Ref: Page 322]

June 6, ? - [Ref: 1720] Thomas Worsley, Bath Co., NC, to Walter Jones, cordwinder, same - 25 pounds - 200 acres at Duck Creek. Wit: George Stewart, Robert Taylor. [Ref: Page 365] [Research Note: Walter Jones, is labeled cordwinder in this deed and this dates this Walter Jones in Bath County in 1720.]

History of Pitt Co.: The article is entitled Joseph Speght and Elizabeth Jones Darden and one part says "Elizabeth Jones Darden Warren was the daughter of Henry Jones". Then another part is - "The grandfather of Henry Jones, Walter Jones, was born ca. 1670 (d. 1728 Beaufort Co., NC.), m. Dorothy Bodat. He was a minister of the Anglican Church in NC. He is listed in 1717 as owning 218 acres of land and, in 1723, is listed as a Freeholder in Beaufort and Hyde Co.; children: Simon Jones, Alice Jones md. Jacob Moore; Elizabeth Jones m. __ Nicholson, Liscomb Jones, m. William Taylor; Tomsond Jones; Ambrose Jones; Walter Jones, Jr. m. __ Abbott. [Research Note: this is the research work of another researcher, name unknown.]

Capt. Simon Jones, (b. ca. 1706, Beaufort, NC.), died May 1767, at Cockold's Point", his plantation on Tranters Creek in Pitt County, North Carolina He married Abigail, dau. of Sheriff Bonner and Abigail ?, of "Bonner Hill", Washington, Beaufort Co., NC. In 1742 he proved his headrights for importing 7 whites and 2 blacks in Beaufort Co., NC. In Apr 1745, he was one of 5 Commissioners for Road District # 6 from Bath Town to Flat Swamp bounding on Tyrrell Co. and from Bath Town to Tranters Bridge. He was named a Capt of the Beaufort Co. Militia in 1754 and in 1758 was listed in the Tax List with 2 sons and 7 slaves. Also in 1758, government warehouses for the inspection of tobacco were established on his land near the mouth of Tranters Creek, and in 1763 he bought lots in the newly laid-out town of Kinston in Lenoir Co. After his death, his widow married Aquilla Sugg of Edgecombe Co. and Washington, NC, and moved to Henderson Co., KY, where she died." Note - Henry Jones was the grandson of Walter Jones and the son of Simon Jones. The submitter was Nancy Newsom Darden. Her sources were Darden family Bibles; family research papers and copies of original deeds, estate divisions; newspapers on microfilm at ECU, county records, and Mrs. Dorothy Darden Coker on the Jones family in particular. [Ref: Judy Haddock Swan, Internet Mail, 2001]

Jones, Walter, will, Beaufort Co., NC, Sept. 16, 1728, date recorded 21 Jan (year was not clear in my copy, appeared to be either 1728 or 1729), In the name of God Amen. I Walter Jones being sick of body but of perfect memory do make ordain constitute this my last will and testament first I bequeath my sole to god that gave it hoping for a pardon for all my past sins threw the merits of my blessed lord and saviour Jesus Christ and life everlasting after death and my body I do give to the Earth from whence it came to have desent Christian burial at the discretion of my executors and for my earthly estate as it hath pleased god to lend me my debts being first paid I give as followeth. Imprimus I give to my well beloved son ___ Jones my plantation I now live on after the decease of my widow Dorothy Jones she to enjoy the land without any molestation during her life and after (desese) to him and his eirs (legally) begotton forever and in (depath) to return to the (nex mall) in case allso I give him all the (eatell) of his own proper (mark) and ... one new feather bed and ... and (pillows) also I give him all my wearing apparell being good woling allso I give him one (frying) pan and lettle yowpan pat and two chairs and two yews and lambs and his ... and all the coopers tooles. Imprimus I give to my daughter Alice (Mooes) one shilling starling or one five shilling bill. Imprimus I give to my daughter Bety (Whichard) one shilling starling or five shilling bill. Imprimus I give to my daughter Liscom Taylor one shilling starling or five shilling bills. Imprimus I give to my daughter Tomsond Jones one cow and calf and one yew and lamb. Imprimus I give unto my well beloved wife my maire and the first fold to her own disposing. Imprimus I give all the rest of my estate as I have not disposed allredy to my wife and her two children namely (Amaras) and Water to be divided as they shall agree withthin themselves. Imprimus I give to Ellizabeth (Moare) daughter of Jacob Moare one yearling hefer and her increase ... when she comes of age or marries. And I do ... and appoint my well beloved wife and my son (Dimant) Jones my sole and whole extr. ... to all things contained herein. In witness hearof I have set my hand and seal 16th day of Sept. (1728). Walter Jones, wit. Jacob Moare, Philip Williams. At a court held at Bath Town for (sd) prest. On the 21 January 172(?), .... proved by the oath of Jacob Moore and Philip Williams. [Abstracted from copy of NC. Archives film]

Walter Jones is mentioned in this will. Bishop, William, Talbot Co., Maryland, 17th Feb., 1684; 9th May, 1685. To brother Gregory Salter and sister Joan Salter, and her hrs.,"Kent Plantation" on Kent Island. To brother Richard Bishop, Sr., in trust for his sons, Richard and William,"Wood's Plantation;"also to sd. brother absolutely, land on Back Ck. To Richard, Jr., afsd."Kent Plantation" should sister Joan not come into the province or die without issue. To Griffith Thomas, land (unnamed). To Thomas Malve, 200 A. (unnamed). To Walter Jones, 50 A. (unnamed). To Eliza: Salter, land (unnamed). To Abraham Halls, land (unnamed). To Thomas Seaward, Sr.,"Tippings's Plantation." To Nicholas Clouds,"Bishopstone." To godson Richard Chaffe and hrs., 200 A. on Hambleton Branch. To Michael and Thomas, sons of Thomas Seaward, and hrs.,"Bishopsfield" and "Dangerfield." To brother John, the poor of the parish, Alice and Mary Jones, daus. of Walter Jones, Samuel Cumbar, when of age, Frances Wood, widow of William Wood, and Joan his dau., personalty. Exs.: Cous. Thos. Seaward, Nich. Clouds. Test: Thos. Broff, Jno. Jackson, Thos. Bayley. [Ref: Maryland Calendar of Wills, 4. 106]

Walter Jones died in Beaufort County, NC, His will was probated in 1728. The abstract reads: Beaufort County Genealogical Society, Beaufort, County, North Carolina, Will Abstracts 1720-1868. Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1990, p. 189. Will Book C, Jones, Walter, Pages: 443-4. Original Date: 16 Sept. 1728. [No probate.] Son: Sim Jones, plantation I now live on after the death of my wife Dorothy Jones; tools, bed, etc. Wife: Dorothy Jones, my plantation during her life. Daughters: Alice ? , Bety [sic] Michelson, [sic] Liscom Taylor, [sic] one shilling sterling or one five shilling bill each. Daughter; Temtend [sic] Jones, livestock. The rest of my estate I have not disposed of I give to my wife and her two children namely Ambras [sic] and Walter. Elizabeth moor [sic] daughter of Jacob Moore, one heifer and other. Executors: My wife and Simon Jones. Signed. Witnesses: Jacob Moore, Philip Williams. [Research Note: North Carolina - Beaufort and Hyde Prect. at court held at Bathtown for said prect. on 21 January 1728 [1729]. [Research Note: Also recorded Old Wills, pp. 6-7]

The daughters would appear to have been by a prior wife. Walter Jones is the father of Liscom Taylor, who is the proposed mother of Liscom Taylor who married William Taylor. Because of the rarity of the name Liscom it is believed that these two Liscoms are mother and daughter.


These documents to follow concern Dorothy Bodat as well as Walter Jones

Page 262: Jan. 24, 1720/21 - Beaufort and Hyde Precincts Land and Deeds - Deposition of Thomas Gamboll, age 31 yrs., Merchant Taylor, "Deposeth that being in Bodue Sound on or about the beginning of April last, having communication with one William Wragg, he the deponent did then and there hear the said Wrag (sic) declare and say that he had lain with one Elizabeth Goodin of Beaufort." Wit: James Leigh, Gyles Shute

Deposition of Thomas Unday (?), Beaufort Precinct, being of full age, swore that "sometime in Jan. 1718, at the plantation that is now James Robbins, one Elizabeth Goodin, with Sarah Montague did go to bed in the same house one night, and that presently after one James Robbins did go into bed between them, with his shirt and breeches only on, then said the same Elizabeth Goodin, Mr. Robbins why do you come to bed with your breeches on? Whereon the said Robbins pulled off his breeches and went into bed between them again, and there did lay that night with them, and in the morning following, the aforesaid Sarah Montague arose and left the said James Robbins and Elizabeth Goodin in bed together, and this deponent further saith that at the same time he gave the said James Robbins and Elizabeth Goodin each a dram of liquor called rum as they lay in bed together ..." Wit: James Leigh, Gyles Shute

Page 263: Beaufort and Hyde Precincts, Jan. 24 (no year given) - Deposition of Giles Shute, Esq., taken before James Leigh, Esq., J. P. That on Dec. 24, 1719, "being at house of William Jones, Pamptico River, Capt. Roger Kenyon, coming up the said house, desired my company to carry me home, upon which the said Deponent coming home with the said Kennyon), informed him that he was going to Core Sound and thereupon the said Kennyon desired the Deponent's company thereto, offering him his cabin, and that upon the 28th Day of December (to the best of this Deponent's remembrance) the said Kennyon in company with this Deponent, departed from Bath town creek in a small sloop, and sailed direct for Core Sound, and there remained in company with this Deponent, until the 5th Day of February following, at which time the said Deponent and the said Kennyon returned to Bath town creek, to the best of this Deponent's knowledge. Wit: James Leigh

Beaufort and Hyde Precincts - Jan. 24, 1720/21 - Deposition of Dolly, wife of Walter Jones of the said Precincts, age about 20 yrs., "That being called to the travail of Elizabeth Goodin, upon Sunday. . . .first Sunday in October. . . . Deponent with sundry other persons, before the Delivery of the said Elizabeth Goodin, heard one Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Jeoffry Evans, oftentimes adj----- her to tell and declare who was the father of the child of which she was then going to be delivered of, and this Deponent together with diverse and other persons then and there present being, oftentimes requested to say and declare who was the father of her said child, she altogether refused the same; further adding at the same time, that if you will not deliver me you are horrid - she added. Wit: James Leigh, Gyles Shute

Beaufort and Hyde Precincts - Jan. 25, 1720/21 - By virtue of a warrant by us granted against Elizabeth Goodin, Beaufort Precinct, single woman, upon the complaint of Roger Kennyon to us made that the aforesaid Elizabeth Goodin had malitiously and falsely sworn him to be the father of a bastard child, born of her body the 2nd. Day of October, notwithstanding the said Kennyon was not in these Precincts nor in her company from the 28th of December 1719 until the 5th Day of February following in year aforesaid as she alleges, in which time of his absence aforesaid the bastard child aforesaid (according to the custom of women) ought to be begotten. . . . .that the said Kennyon was not within these Precincts nor in her company from Dec. 28, 1719 until Feb. 5th following, whereby it appears that the bastard child aforesaid was born within the 8th month after her pretended conception, and according to her own confession. . . .that it is impossible that a child born in the 8th month after its conception should live, and the bastard child aforesaid being now living and almost 4 months of age. . . .are of opinion . . . .Roger Kennyon unjustly accused. Signed: James Leigh, Gyles Shute.


These documents to follow concern Dorothy Bodat as well as Walter Jones


In 1755, Dorothy is mentioned in a deed. Walter died in 1728, but he had a son named Walter who was still living. And also Dorothy was still living in 1757. It's not known for sure when she died, but she was only 20 years old in 1720 so she was much younger than he and probably lived into the 1780 or 1790's. This was likely Walter's son who was named Walter made the following deed.

[Ref: Beaufort Co., NC, Deed Book 3, page 333] Date of deed is not known but it was recorded in 1747. Walter Jones of Beaufort Co., planter and Dorothy, his wife ... Whereas Henry Lucas of Beaufort Co., planter by deed dated 29 June 1755, gave to his daughter Elizabeth Lucas sundry goods and chattels viz. Negroes and household furniture and heirs and in cases she died without issue to Dorothy, the wife of Walter Jones to be delivered after the decease of said Henry, Walter and Dorothy here quit claim this property to said Henry. Deed book 3, page 351 was dated 1757 and recorded in Dec. Ct. 1757. [Research Note: Assumed date of this deed would be in that time frame. Abstracted from microfilm in NC. State Archives]


Jones, J. NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Adam NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Adam NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Ann NC. Beaufort Co. 1764
Jones, David NC. Beaufort Co. 1764
Jones, Ephraim NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Ephraim NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Fracis NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Francis NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Francis NC. Beaufort Co. 1764
Jones, Isaac NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Isaac NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, J. NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Jacob NC. Beaufort Co. 1764
Jones, James NC. Beaufort Co. 1764
Jones, John NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, John NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, John NC. Beaufort Co. 1764
Jones, Josias NC. Beaufort Co. 1742
Jones, Josias NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Josias NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Lancelot NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Lancelot NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Margaret NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Margaret NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Simon NC. Beaufort Co. 1742
Jones, Simon NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Simon NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Thomas NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Thomas NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Thomas NC. Beaufort Co. 1764
Jones, Walter NC. Beaufort Co. 1755
Jones, Walter NC. Beaufort Co. 1755 Tax list
Jones, Walter NC. Beaufort Co. 1764
Jones, Walter NC. Beaufort Co. - North Carolina 1717
Jones, William NC. Beaufort Co. 1764
Jones, Charles NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, Evan NC. Craven Co. 1743 - Evan left a will.
Jones, Henry NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, Jacob NC. Craven Co. 1764
Jones, Jacob NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, James NC. Craven Co. 1764
Jones, James NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, John NC. Craven Co. 1741
Jones, John NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, Lovick NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, Margaret NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, Robert NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, Roger NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, Thomas NC. Craven Co. 1719 - One of the earliest listing
Jones, Walter NC. Craven Co. 1769
Jones, William NC. Craven Co. 1720 - One of the earliest listing
Jones, William NC. Craven Co. 1769


  12 Generation 11 Generation 10 Generation 9 Generation
  Robert & Sarah Jones of St Mary's Co., MD. He was born in Ludlow, Shropshire, England  Walter & Alice (Bishop) Jones, Sr. of Talbort Co., MD, he was born in Ludlow, Shropshire, England  Walter and Miss (Lincombe or Linscombe?) Jones. He was a missionary to VA and NC. He left a will in Beaufort Co., NC in 1728.  William & Liscomb (Jones) Taylor, Sr. He lived to be 104 years old.
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
William & Dinah (Deale) Taylor, Jr.  He was a slave owner in Pitt Co., NC John and Rhoda (Taylor) Haddock, died in Jones Co., GA, lived almost all their lives in Pitt Co., NC.  Rhoda was his first cousin. Charles & Penelope (Mills) Haddock, Sr. They died in Bourbon Co., KS, and are buried at Mt Oram Cemetery. Charles & Sarah (Collins) Haddock, Jr.  He was murdered by bushwhackers in Barry Co., MO. They are buried at New Site Cemetery. Noah & Harriett (Crumley) Haddock died in Barry Co., MO, buried at Chitwood Cemetery.
3 Generation        
Samuel Sanders & Gertrude (Addington) Haddock - died in Barry Co., MO        

 

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