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Living SINGLETARY.394 Parents: John Kelley SINGLETARY and Charlotte STUDSTILL.


Living SINGLETARY.394 Parents: Martin Luther SINGLETARY and Cornillia Ann BROWN.


Living SINGLETARY.394 Parents: John Kelley SINGLETARY and Charlotte STUDSTILL.


Lucy V. SINGLETARY was born in 1857. Parents: Ithamer S SINGLETARY and DANA. Parents: Itamars. SINGLETARY and Dama Abia BURGET.


Lydia SINGLETARY394 was born on 30 Apr 1648 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusettes.394 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 She was also known as Lydia Singletery.5,94,126,127 She died in Haverhill, Essex Massachusettes.394 She is reference number 10658. Parents: Richard SINGLETARY and Susannah M. COOKE. Parents: Richard SINGLETERY and Susannah M. COOKE.

Spouse: Daniel LADD.

Spouse: Daniel LADD Jr.. Daniel LADD Jr. and Lydia SINGLETARY were married on 24 Nov 1668 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusettes.394


Lydia SINGLETARY394 was born on 15 Nov 1767 in Sutton, Worchester, Massachusettes.394 She died on 19 Nov 1799 in Marlow, New Hampshire.394 Parents: Amos SINGLETARY and Mary Dorothy CURTIS.

Spouse: Thomas Preston RICHARDSON. Thomas Preston RICHARDSON and Lydia SINGLETARY were married on 15 Sep 1783.394


Margaret SINGLETARY394 was born after 1733 in St. Thomas/St. Denis, Charleston, South Carolina.394 She was also known as Mary. Parents: Richard SINGLETARY and MARGARET.


Margaret Jane SINGLETARY394 was born in 1815 in Bladen County, North Carolina.394 She died after 1850 in Jacksonville, Florida.394 Parents: James SINGLETARY and Amelia KEMP.

Spouse: Levi HART.


Martha SINGLETARY.394 Parents: Joseph SINGLETARY and Hannah DUNHAM.

Spouse: George MORRIS.


Martha SINGLETARY394 was born on 20 Aug 1689 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusettes.394 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 She was also known as Martha Singletery.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 12570. Parents: Nathaniel SINGLETARY and Sarah BELKNAP.

Spouse: Peter GREEN.


Martin Luther SINGLETARY394 was born in 1876 in Whiteville, North Carolina.394 Parents: John Bradley SINGLETARY and Prudence Jane WARD.

Spouse: Cornillia Ann BROWN. Children were: Living SINGLETARY, Living SINGLETARY, Living SINGLETARY, Living SINGLETARY, Gracie Clayton SINGLETARY.


Mary SINGLETARY. Parents: Ithamar SINGLETARY and Ann Amie BRYAN.


Mary SINGLETARY. Parents: Ithamar SINGLETARY and Carolina FITZRANDOLPH.


Mary SINGLETARY.394 Parents: Jonathan SINGLETARY and Hel Len AH.


Mary SINGLETARY394 died after 1850 in St. Tommy Parish, Louisanna.394 Parents: Benjamin SINGLETARY Sr and Elizabeth JINKS.

Spouse: John CRAWFORD.


Mary SINGLETARY394 was born about 1561 in Salem, Massachusetts.394 Parents: Richard SINGLETARY and Sussanah COOK.


Mary SINGLETARY394 was born on 11 Mar 1676 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusettes.394 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 She died on 26 Jan 1729 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusettes.394 She was also known as Mary Singletery.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 10628. Parents: Nathaniel SINGLETARY and Sarah BELKNAP.

Spouse: John EATON. John EATON and Mary SINGLETARY were married on 25 Jun 1700.394 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,94,127 Reference Number:67424 Children were: Mary EATON, Sarah EATON, John EATON, Ann EATON, Moses EATON, Nathaniel EATON, Thomas EATON, Eunice EATON.


Mary SINGLETARY394 was born on 14 Jul 1695 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusettes.394 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 She was also known as Mary Singletery.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 12585. Parents: Benjamin SINGLETARY and Mary STOCKBRIDGE.


Mary SINGLETARY394 was born on 25 Jun 1707 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusettes.394 Parents: John SINGLETARY and Mary GREELEY.

Spouse: Ebenezer STOCKWELL. Ebenezer STOCKWELL and Mary SINGLETARY were married on 10 Nov 1727 in Sutton, Worchester, Massachusettes.394 Children were: William STOCKWELL, Benajah STOCKWELL, Hezekiah STOCKWELL, Abraham STOCKWELL.


Mary SINGLETARY394 was born on 20 Feb 1712 in St. Thomas/St. Denis, Charleston, South Carolina.394 She died on 25 Aug 1772 in Bladen County, North Carolina.394 Parents: Brayton SINGLETARY and Deborah FEWELLING.

Spouse: Thomas RUFF. Thomas RUFF and Mary SINGLETARY were married before 1750 in Bladen County, North Carolina.394 Children were: Thomas RUFF, John RUFF, Mary RUFF, Sarah RUFF, Nancy Ann RUFF, Margaret RUFF, Jonadab RUFF, Eleazer RUFF.


Mary SINGLETARY394 was born between 1740 and 1760 in Charleston, South Carolina.394 Parents: Benjamin Ebenezer SINGLETARY Sr. and Hannah DARBY.


Mary SINGLETARY394 was born on 10 Jun 1747 in Sutton, Worchester, Massachusettes.394 She died on 16 Feb 1812 in New Berlin, Ontario County, New York.394 Parents: Amos SINGLETARY and Mary Dorothy CURTIS.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]394 She was born on 7 Nov 1766 in , Berkeley, South Carolina.394,621 She died in Mar 1792 in Cain Hoy, Berkeley, South Carolina.394,621 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]394 She was buried in Old Ruins, Cain Hoy, Berkeley, South Carolina.394,621 [2170941singletary.FTW]

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Old Ruins is the local name for the Presbyterian-Methodist Church site in the
community of Cain Hoy on the bluff overlooking the Wando River. Parents: John SINGLETARY and Sarah Margaret WARNOCK.

Spouse: William CAPERS. William CAPERS and Mary SINGLETARY were married on 10 Sep 1783 in , Berkeley, South Carolina.394,621 Children were: Sarah CAPERS, Gabriel CAPERS, Mary Singletary CAPERS, Bishop William CAPERS, John Singletary CAPERS.


Mehitable Martha SINGLETARY394 was born on 18 Mar 1714 in Framingham, Middleses, Massachusettes.394 She died in 1806.394 Parents: John SINGLETARY and Mary GREELEY.

Spouse: Robert DUNKLEE. Robert DUNKLEE and Mehitable Martha SINGLETARY were married on 30 Oct 1750 in Framingham, Middlesex, Massachusettes.394 Children were: Jonathon DUNKLEE.


Micah SINGLETARY394 died on 13 Sep 1786 in St. Thomas/St. Denis, Charleston, South Carolina.394 He was born in South Carolina.394 Parents: Joesph SINGLETARY.

Spouse: ELIZABETH. Micah SINGLETARY and ELIZABETH were married.


Michael Darby SINGLETARY394 was born in 1740 in Charleston, South Carolina.394 He died between 1740 and 1760 in Craven, South Carolina.394 Parents: Benjamin Ebenezer SINGLETARY Sr. and Hannah DARBY.


Michael Kenon SINGLETARY394 was born in 1790 in Bladen County, North Carolina.394 He died on 3 Mar 1862 in Houston County, Georgia.394 Parents: James SINGLETARY.

Spouse: Nancy LEE. Michael Kenon SINGLETARY and Nancy LEE were married on 9 Dec 1813 in Cumberland County, North Carolina.394


Nancy Bryan SINGLETARY. Parents: Ithamar SINGLETARY and Ann Amie BRYAN.


Nathan SINGLETARY394 was born on 18 Feb 1749.394 Parents: Ebenezer SINGLETARY and Dorothy SMITH.


Nathaniel SINGLETARY394 was born on 28 Oct 1644 in Newberry, Massachusettes.394 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 He died on 13 Aug 1689 in By Indians.394 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]5,94,126,127 He was also known as Nathaniel Singletery.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 10657. [2170941singletary.FTW]

NATHANIEL2 SINGLETARY (RICHARD1) was born October 28, 1644 in Newbury, MA, and died August 13, 1689 in By Indians. He married SARAH BELKNAP December 22, 1673 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA. She was born 1653 in Salisbury, Essex, MA.

Notes for NATHANIEL SINGLETARY:
Nathaniel Singletary, son of Richard, was born 28 Oct 1644. He married Sarah Belknap and settled in his native town Haverhill. He was evidently lame, as the record states that he was "dismissed from training for Lameness in 1662." An account of his death is given in Chase's History of Haverhill, p153, as follows, "On the 13th of August (1689) a small party of Indians made their appearance in the northerly part of the town and killed Daniel Bradford. They then went to the field of Nathaniel Singletary, near by, where he and his oldest son were at work. They approached in their slow and serpent-like manner until they came within a few rods, when they shot Singletary, who fell and died on the spot. His son attempted to escape, but was soon overtaken and made prisoner. The Indians then scalped Singletary and commenced a hasty retreat. Their prisoner soon eluded their vigilance and returned home on the same day to make glad the hearts of his afflicted relatives." The son Jonathan was about fourteen years old at this time. ((Should read "JOHN" vice JONATHAN. jrs))

Nathaniel Singletary and his wife Sarah Belknap had the following children, all born in Haverhill: 1. JOHN Singletary, b 7 May 1675; taken prisoner when his father was killed, but escaped; -m- Marry Greeley 17 Dec 1700 2. MARY Singletary, b 11 Mar 1676; -m- John Eastor, 25 Jun 1700 3. JONATHAN Singletary, b 18 Nov 1678, d 24 Nov 1684 4. SARAH Singletary, b 1679, -m- John Page, 31 May 1700 5. SUSANNAH Singletary, b 19 Sep 1681, -m- (1) Edmond Eastman (2) Richard Bartlett, 6 Dec 1720 6. RICHARD Singletary, b 1683; Killed by Indians 18 Aug 1707 7. HANNAH Singletary, b May 1685; -m- Jonathan Rugg in Framington Dec 1700 8. EBENEZER Singletary, b. 1687; Moved from Haverhill to Framington in 1715 9. MARTHA Singletary, b 20 Aug 1689, seven days after her father was killed.

LDS Descendency Chart: Nathaniel Singletary Born 28 October 1644 Salisbury, Essex, MA


Children of NATHANIEL SINGLETARY and SARAH BELKNAP are:
16. i. JOHN3 SINGLETARY, b. May 07, 1675, Haverhill, Essex, MA; d. Aft. 1747, Salisbury, Essex, MA.
17. ii. MARY SINGLETARY, b. March 11, 1675/76, Haverhill, Essex, MA; d. January 26, 1728/29, Haverhill, Essex, MA.
iii. JONATHAN SINGLETARY, b. November 18, 1678, Haverhill, Essex, MA; d. November 24, 1684, Haverhill, Essex, MA.
18. iv. SARAH SINGLETARY, b. October 23, 1679, Haverhill, Essex, MA; d. January 03, 1756, Haverhill, Essex, MA.
19. v. SUSANNA SINGLETARY, b. September 19, 1681, Haverhill, Essex, MA; d. 1761.
vi. RICHARD SINGLETARY, b. August 05, 1683, Haverhill, Essex, MA; d. December 11, 1707, By Indians Lancaster, MA.
20. vii. HANNAH SINGLETARY, b. May 23, 1685, Haverhill, Essex, MA; d. Aft. 1722.
21. viii. EBENEZER SINGLETARY, b. June 18, 1687, Haverhill, Essex, MA; d. 1723.
ix. MARTHA SINGLETARY, b. August 20, 1689, Haverhill, Essex, MA; m. PETER GREEN, April 30, 1713, Haverhill, Essex, MA.[master ged.FTW]

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Nathaniel Singletery settled in Haverhill, MA and was a planter. At one time he was lame; records show
"Dismissed from training for lameness in 1662." He was then about 18 years old. On August 13, 1589 a small party of Indians killed Daniel Bradford and then went to the field of Nathaniel Singletery, where he and his oldest son were at work. They shot and killed Nathaniel, then scalped him. His son John was taken prisoner but eluded them and returned home the same day.

Source: Gen. of the Singletary-Curtis Family 1907.
The Singeltary Family History 1599-1989, by Yvonne Miller Bruton, 1989.
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Nathaniel Singletery settled in Haverhill, MA and was a planter. At one time he was lame; records show
"Dismissed from training for lameness in 1662." He was then about 18 years old. On August 13, 1589 a small party of Indians killed Daniel Bradford and then went to the field of Nathaniel Singletery, where he and his oldest son were at work. They shot and killed Nathaniel, then scalped him. His son John was taken prisoner but eluded them and returned home the same day.

Source: Gen. of the Singletary-Curtis Family 1907.
The Singeltary Family History 1599-1989, by Yvonne Miller Bruton, 1989. Parents: Richard SINGLETARY and Susannah M. COOKE. Parents: Richard SINGLETERY and Susannah M. COOKE.

Spouse: Sarah BELKNAP. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,94,127 They were married on 22 Dec 1673 in Framingham, Middlesex, Massachusettes.394 Reference Number:67537 Children were: John SINGLETARY, Mary SINGLETARY, Jonathan SINGLETARY, Sarah SINGLETARY, Susannah SINGLETARY, Richard SINGLETARY, Hannah SINGLETARY, Ebenezer SINGLETARY, Martha SINGLETARY, Richard SINGLETERY.


Nathaniel SINGLETARY394 was born on 24 Apr 1702 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusettes.394 Parents: John SINGLETARY and Mary GREELEY.

Spouse: Lydia KING.


Owen SINGLETARY. Parents: Ithamar SINGLETARY and Ann Amie BRYAN.


Owen SINGLETARY was born in 1843. Parents: Evan Savera SINGLETARY and Martha Andora DORSEY.


Paschal SINGLETARY was born in 1859. Parents: Evan Savera SINGLETARY and Martha Andora DORSEY.


Perlina SINGLETARY was born in 1857. Parents: Ithamer S SINGLETARY and DANA. Parents: Itamars. SINGLETARY and Dama Abia BURGET.


Rachel SINGLETARY394 was born in 1747.394 Parents: Richard SINGLETARY Sr and JOYCE.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born in St. Thomas/St. Denis, Charleston, South Carolina.394 He died in Camden, Sumter County, South Carolina.394 Parents: Richard SINGLETARY and MARGARET.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born about 1540 in Linconshirie, England.394 He died about 1570 in Salem, Massachusetts.394 [2170941singletary.FTW]

*****************Originally the Name was "Dunham" in Scotland*****************
These are also descendents of the "Denman", "Denham", "Donham" Lines, which is also of the "Debenham's" line!

Captain Bentony Eaton of the "Good Ship Charles", brought Sir Richard Dunham, over to VA. and gave him the "Singletary" name so as to conceal his idenity. He was a "Single" child and was always "Tarying" around. Thus the name:
***************************** "Singletary" *******************************************
Richard Dunham was supposedly "Kidnapped", by his fathers Maid Servant and given to the Captain to be taken to the new World so as his Uncle,
"Sir Graham Phillip" couldn't have him assinated for the throne when his father died. He was the only Heir left to inherit the "Dunham" Castle. It is now controlled by the "Phillips" to this day!
There are records of this on file in Scotland and England!



The Singletary family in the United States with few exceptions is descended from Richard Singletary who was born in Lincolnshire, England in abt. 1540.



The following is taken from, "The Ancestors and Descendents of John White and Sarah Elizabeth Green with allied Lines," by Anne White Strawn, Salisbury Printing Co., Salisbury, N.C.

The material covered below has been taken almost entirely from an old book, "Genealogy of the Singletary-Curtis Family," by Lou Singletary--Bedford, published in New York in 1907. The Title Page states that it was compiled from Massachusetts records found in the Astor and Lenox Libraries of New York City, from South Carolina records, from correspondence, and from personal knowledge. An original copy of this book is located in the New England Historic Genealogical Society Library in Boston, Massachusetts. The author of this volume is fortunate to have obtained a photostatic copy of the book. Unless otherwise specified, information and dates are from the Singletary-Curtis book, as information on the Singletary family is very scarce. However, some additional information on the earliest period was obtained from: "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Mass.", Vol. I, David W. Hoyt, Prov. R.I. 1897. Reprented by Genealogical Pub. Co. Inc. Baltimore, MD, 1982. Copy located in New England Historic Genealogical Society library, 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass. 02116, and "Singletary Genealogy" from the W.H. Elandge manuscript Genealogical Collection, New England Historic Genealogical Society Library, address as above.

In the last quarter of the sixteenth century, there was living in England a family of title and large estates by the name of DUNHAM (so the tradition has it, but the Massachusetts records have it DONHAM). Of this family there were two branches. In case of the death of the last male of the elder branch, the title and estate would pass to the nearest male relative of the younger branch. It so happened that every male of the elder branch died except one small boy. One morning it was discovered that he was missing -- and that his nurse was missing also. Although a thorough search was made and bloodhounds were used in the search, neither he nor his nurse could be found. as the years passed, nothing further was heard from him. The heir of the younger branch of the family instituted a law suit to obtain the property; whether or not he obtained the property in the absence of the real heir is not clear.

Many years after this happened, the child's nurse lay on her death bed and made an affidavit that she had been employed to destroy the child. She had found that she could not do this and had decided to seek a home in the new world. She had hidden herself and the child in a dense hazel thicket and had been terrified when she heard the dogs. Fortunately, the scent was cold, and the dogs were called off. For a day and a night she lay hidden; then she made her way to a ship, in which she embarked with the child to America. On reaching America, she deserted the child, leaving him in the care of the captain of the ship, who adopted him. Before she left, she gave the child the name of SINGLETARRY because he was alone in the world and because he would remain (or tarry) in the new world. She shortly returned to England.

The above written and sworn confession of the nurse was believed to be true; and detectives were sent to America to investigate the matter. A young man was found bearing the name Singletary, whose age corresponded with that of the lost heir of the Dunham estates and who could give no account of his forebears. The captain of the ship on which the child was deserted had adopted him under the name that the nurse had given him, having no idea of his real name or lineage. And, the captain was now dead. Indeed, such care had been taken to destroy all trace of his name or ancestry that no one could say positively that he was the person sought. While he was believed to be the heir, the evidence was not sufficient to satisfy the English court and put him in possession of the property.

Such is the tradition that has been handed down through many generations of the Singletary family; whereever the name is found all over the United States, the family member is familiar with the story. There appears to be some truth in the story -- in a legal document that appears in the Archives of Massachusetts, recorded in 1702, the whole family is referred to as "Donham, alias Singletary." This record is quoted by Mr. David W. Hoyt in his, "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury." Be the tradition true or false, it is plain that the Singletary family belongs to the aristocracy of the old families of Amesbury, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Sussanah COOK. Richard SINGLETARY and Sussanah COOK were married about 1556 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.394 Children were: Amos SINGLETARY, Francis SINGLETARY, Mary SINGLETARY.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born in 1590 in Salem, Massachusetts.394 He died on 25 Oct 1687 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusettes.394 [2170941singletary.FTW]


In 1637, he is listed as a "Freeman" living in Salem, Mass.
In September 7, 1638 he is listed as being in Newbury, Mass.
In 1639, he married Susannah Cook in Haverhill, Mass.
Susannah Cook was a sister to Col. George Cook, Joseph Cook and Phillip Cook of Cambridge, Mass.

Col. George Cook was a Colonel in the service of Oliver Cromwell's Army prior to his immigration to America.
Richard Singletary is documented as residing in Salisbury, Mass. from 1644 to 1652, where he was a planter and received land in the "First Division".
He was elected a "Select Man" in 1650 and reportedly "taxed decently".
In 1653, he moved back to Haverhill, Mass. where he became a planter and proprietor.
He was again elected a "Select Man" in 1655. He lived there until his death on October 25, 1687. Richard outlived his wife, Susannah, by five years as her death is listed as Aprill 11, 1682.
Richard was well educated by the standards of the day and a prominent member of the communties in which he lived. This is concluded from the fact that he was chosen a "Select Man" in 1650 and 1655 and that he and his children married into other prominent families of the era. By the early 1700's a number of Richard's sons and grandsons migrated to other areas of New England and the Carolinas. They migrated primarily to obtain land which was abundant and cheap at the time. Interestingly, Jonathan, eldest son of Richard (d.1687) and his family members changed their name to Dunham after moving to Woodbridge, New Jersey. Descendants of Jonathan continue to use the Dunham name today. Jonathan signed numerous legal documents as Dunham alias Singletary. The family is well documented in the early period in New England, but after the third generation, research becomes very difficult due to the lack of records and the duplication of names in the family.
What is known is that Benjamin, youngest son of Richard (d.1687), migrated to South Carolina in 1695. Benjamin's descendants are the origin of the family in North and South Carolina. Benjamin received a warrant for 300 acres of land near Red Banks,SC (Summerville,SC) on July 8, 1699. On November 4,1703, Richard Singletary, Benjamin's son, was granted a warrant for 500 acres of land in Berkeley Co. SC. Berkeley County is located in the ST. Thomas & ST. Denis Parish area. South Carolina jury list for the years 1718 through 1783 include the following Singletarys from ST. Thomas & ST. Denis Parish: Benjamin 1744; Joseph Sr. and Jr. 1744; Jonathan 1744; Britian(Braton) 1720 & 1731; Jonathan 1720, 1731,1737, & 1740; Benjamin 1740,1751, & 1757; David 1751 & 1757; James 1731; Joseph Sr. 1737; Joseph Jr. 1740 & 1757; John 1757 & 1767; Richard 1720 & 1757; Thomas 1757.
Jonathan, (son of Benjamin who migrated to SC) and his sons Richard, William and Joseph migrated to Bladen Co., NC in the Cape Fear River Basin in the early 1700's. They were associated with James and Maurice Moore and the "Goose Creek Faction" in the Tuscarora Indian Expeditions of 1712 and 1713. Jonathan witnessed a deed in Chowan Co., NC (Deed Book #1, No. 1032) dated july 30,1716 between Edward Smithwick of Albermarie Co. conveying 200 acres of land adjoining Nathan Moore to William Lattimer. Jonathan's son, Richard was granted 2000 acres of land in October 1728 in Bladen Co., NC. Richard also witnessed for Maurice Moore the conveyance of Lot. No. 9 of Brunswicktown to John Martindale on September 7, 1735. Colonel Maurice Moore was a leader of the "Goose Creek Faction", settled Brunswicktown and built Orton Plantation which he later gave to his brother "King Roger Moore". Jonathan's son, William, received a grant for 1200 acres of land in Bladen Co., NC in 1738 adjoining to his brother Richards land. Also, Joseph ( Jonathan's son) held land adjoining to his brothers Richard and William in Bladen Co., NC. Between the years of 1820 and 1850 most of the Singletary families in Bladen Co., NC migrated to Georgia, Florida and Alabama. They continued to move for land was still cheap in Georgia and public land was available in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi.

In many instances, Thomas Co., GA, became the point of departure for those moving west before 1840.
Vital Records of Newbury, Massachusetts to 1850.
Vital Records of Haverhill, Massachusetts to 1850.
Farmer's Register, Vol. 4, p. 102.
Directory of Ancestorial Heads of New Eng. Families, Vol.4, Frank R.Holmes
First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge Olde East New Jersey, Orra Eugene Monnette, Parts 2, 3, and 4.
Records for ST. Thomas and ST. Denis Parish, South Carolina.
The Singletary Family History 1599 - 1989, Yvonne Miller Brunton.
South Carolina Jury Lists, 1718 - 1783, Mary B. Warren.
Wills, Land Grants, Deeds, Census of 1790 - 1850.
Public Records of Bladen Co., North Carolina.
Public Records of Thomas Co., Georgia.
Public Records of Leon Co., Florida. Parents: Francis SINGLETARY and Agnes COOK.

Spouse: Goodwife SINGLETARY. Richard SINGLETARY and Goodwife SINGLETARY were married.

Spouse: Susannah M. COOKE. Richard SINGLETARY and Susannah M. COOKE were married in 1638 in Massachusetts.394 Children were: Jonathan Dunham SINGLETARY, Eunice SINGLETARY, Nathaniel SINGLETARY, Lydia SINGLETARY, Amos SINGLETARY, Benjamin SINGLETARY.


Richard SINGLETARY394,621 was born about 1650.394,621

Children were: Benjamin SINGLETARY.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born on 16 Mar 1681 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusettes.394 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 He died on 12 Jun 1723 in St. Thomas/St. Dennis Charleston, South Carolina.394 He was also known as Richard Singletery.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 12580. Parents: Benjamin SINGLETARY and Mary STOCKBRIDGE.

Spouse: Sarah STEWERT. Children were: Sarah SINGLETARY, Richard SINGLETARY, Benjamin Ebenezer SINGLETARY Sr., Sarah SINGLETARY, Joseph SINGLETARY, Susan SINGLETARY, Anna SINGLETARY.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born in 1683 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusettes.394 He died on 11 Dec 1707 in Lancaster, Massachusettes ( By Indians).394 Parents: Nathaniel SINGLETARY and Sarah BELKNAP.


Richard SINGLETARY Sr394 was born about 1708 in Charleston, South Carolina.394 He died in 1773 in Bladen County, North Carolina.394 He was also known as Richard Singletary.394 Parents: Jonathan SINGLETARY and Hel Len AH.

Spouse: JOYCE. Children were: Elizabeth SINGLETARY, Benjamin SINGLETARY, William SINGLETARY Jr., Richard SINGLETARY, Girl SINGLETARY, Rachel SINGLETARY, Anna SINGLETARY.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born on 27 May 1710 in Framingham, Middleses, Massachusettes.394 He died on 3 Jun 1777 in Sutton, Worchester, Massachusettes.394 Parents: John SINGLETARY and Mary GREELEY.

Spouse: Thankful GOODALL.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born on 1 Nov 1713 in St. Thomas/St. Denis, Charleston, South Carolina.394 He died on 11 Apr 1783 in Charleston, South Carolina.394 Parents: Richard SINGLETARY and Sarah STEWERT.

Spouse: MARGARET. Richard SINGLETARY and MARGARET were married in 1733.394 Children were: Richard SINGLETARY, Margaret SINGLETARY, Hannah SINGLETARY, Isaac SINGLETARY.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born in 1740.394 He died on 31 May 1791 in Bladen County, North Carolina.394 Parents: Richard SINGLETARY Sr and JOYCE.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born before 1745 in North Carolina.394 He died after 1799 in Bladen County, North Carolina.394 Parents: Benjamin SINGLETARY and Elizabeth JAMES.


Richard SINGLETARY394 was born on 9 Nov 1760 in Sutton, Worchester, Massachusettes.394 Parents: Amos SINGLETARY and Mary Dorothy CURTIS.


Richard SINGLETARY was born in 1845. Parents: Evan Savera SINGLETARY and Martha Andora DORSEY.


Richardson W. SINGLETARY394 was born on 25 Dec 1811 in Bladen County, North Carolina.394 He died on 30 Mar 1857 in Alabama Or Florida.394 Parents: James SINGLETARY and Amelia KEMP.

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