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John Haddock & Liscomb (Taylor) Haddock - Pitt County, NC

William Haddock - [brother to John] Rowan County, NC

 

 

Pitt County, North Carolina  

 

 

Map published in 1776 


From Haddock Heritage, Third Edition, Jan 2004, by Donna Haddock Cooper. In 1757, a deed was located in North Carolina. It was in Beaufort Co., NC, and, in abstract, reads: Know Ye that I John Wain [sic] of Craven County for the contraction of eight pounds to me in hand paid before the delivery of these sworn by John Hadock, [sic] the rest. I hereby acknowledge have and do by these presents freely and absolutely bargain Sell convey and confirm unto the said Hadock [sic] his heirs and assigns a parcel of land containing one hundred acres, being part of 300 acres as by patent dated July 10th, 1752 beginning at Edens branch and with the branch to the back line and with the back line to Galling branch and down the branch to Swift Creek and with the creek to the beginning. To have and hold the said land and all woods waters timber trees and all other the appurtenance thereto belonging to I John Wain [sic]  for myself my heirs Exors and admis. as covenant to agree to and with the said John Hadock [sic] his heirs and assigns viz... That is that be lawful for the said John Hadock [sic] his heirs and assigns at all times hereafter to have hold and enjoy the said land and premises free and clear of all times hereafter to have hold and enjoy the said land and premises free and clear of all encumbrances lastly. I the said John Wain [sic] and my heirs at all times hereafter at the cost of the said John Hadock [sic] his heirs assigns shall do and execute other conveyances unto the said John Hadock [sic]  his heirs and assigns as by his or kin council in the law Shall be reasonably required. With my hand and Seal this day in the year 1757. John Wain [mark] Sealed and delivered in presence of George Sugg, John Price [mark] Beaufort County, December Court 1757. Present his Majestic Justices, This certifies that the within and was exhibited into Court and proved by the Oat of John Price one of the Subscribing Witnesses, ordered to be registered. Test: Walley Chancey C. Ct. [Ref: Judy Haddock Swan, Microfilm] [Ref: Beaufort Co., NC, Deed Book 3, page 351]

 

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