Fourth Generation!, Thomas,2 SARRATT; (7th s/o Samuel,2 & Elizabeth (Unknown) SARRATT, [REF:#90, Pg 159 (Gs/o Samuel,1 & 1st Wife Anna SARRATT) (GGs/o Joseph,1 & Katherine SARRAT, "The American Progenitor" born c1767, along the West side of the Broad River, then called Tryon Co., North Carolina; (Reformed in 1772 to Spartanburg, in the Ninety-Six District of South Carolina..prs); Died prior to Probate of Will on 10 March 1818 [REF: 90 pg160], at the age of 51 years of age; Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At a23y he married c1791, in Spartanburg Co., SC. to (After 1790 Census) Miss SARAH "Sally" Unknown; She was the Daughter of Unknown Parents, b. c1767, Rowan Co.?, NC; d. Unknown; Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) The Issue of this family is unknown, but as per Census the had 6 Children? 1. 1st Dau: Unknown SARRATT; b. c1791- Not Traced! 2. 2nd Dau: Unknown SARRATT; b. c1792- Not Traced! 3. 3rd Dau: Unknown SARRATT; b. c1794- Not Traced! 4. 1st Son: JOHN,11 SARRATT; b. c1795- Not Traced! 5. 4th Dau: Unknown SARRATT; b. c1800- Not Traced! 6. 5th Dau: Unknown SARRATT; b. c1802- Not Traced!
Thomas, 2 SARRATT, a22y has been identified living with his parents in the 1790 Census, for Spartanburg Dist., SC. [See father 1790 Census, family group! Thomas, 2 SARRATT; and family has been identified in the 1800 Census, for Spartanburg Dist., SC. [State Reel #50, Pg. 169, Line 006, F.G. 10010-30010-00] (His brothers were all on the same Page ...prs 1800 Census - Spartanburg Dist. South Carolina H/H Thomas SURRATT, age 31 b. c1769 (26 to 45); Wife Sarah (Unknown), age 31 b. c1769 (26 to 45); 1st Dau: Unknown SARRATT; age 9 b. c1791 (09 Under); 2nd Dau: Unknown SARRATT; age 8 b. c1792 (09 Under); 3rd Dau: Unknown SARRATT; age 6 b. c1794 (09 Under); 1st Son: JOHN SARRATT; age 4 b. c1796 (09 Under); Thomas, 2 SARRATT; and family has been identified in the 1810 Census, for Spartanburg Dist., SC. [State Reel #61, Pg. 192, F.G. 051] 1810 Census - Spartanburg Dist. South Carolina H/H Thomas SURRATT (45 Over); Wife Sarah (Unknown), (26 to 45); 1st Dau: Unknown SARRATT; age 19 b. c1790 (16 to 26); 2nd Dau: Unknown SARRATT; age 18 b. c1792 (16 to 26); 3rd Dau: Unknown SARRATT; age 16 b. c1794 (10 to 16); 1st Son: JOHN SARRATT; age 14 b. c1796 (10 to 16); 4th Dau: Unknown SARRATT; age 10 b. c1800 (10 to 16); 5th Dau: Unknown SARRATT; age 08 b. c1802 (09 Under);
Possible Record Problem #1 In REF:#155, Pg4 Nobel Sarratt states:
Grandfather JOHN SARRATT, with his brothers, SAMUEL, LEMUEL, and sisters KISSIE and MIRNA, ALLEN SARRATT, MATTHEW SCRUTCHFIELD, EDWIN GREEN, THOMAS FARMER and others, all moved from the Yadkin River in North Carolina and settled upon the South side of the Broad River, near the mouth of Sarratt's Creek, before the Revolutionary war between the colonies and England. The mouth of Sarratt's Creek is in the northeast portion of Spartanburg County, of South Carolina, adjoining York County, which was formerly a portion of the old Ninety-Six district. Note: Thomas,2 was NOT listed as a brother of his Grandfather John,2 SARRATT, he never mentions Thomas,2 SARRATT?
Thomas,2 SARRATT is listed as s/o Samuel,2 & Elizabeth SARRATT in [REF:#90, Pg 159
(The GRIST family is well known in the Rowan (Now Davidson) Co., NC. [REF: 90 pg160] See Spartanburg Co., SC, Will Box I, Page 115 Will Book "A", Pg. 128-9..prs) The Court of Spartanburg County, SC. granted a Citation on 07 Jan. 1818, to JOHN and "SALLEY" [Sarah] SERRART to Prove the Will of THOMAS SARRARTT, dec'd. ( Source JOURNAL of the ORDINARY - 1816 to 1818, Spartanburg, Co., SC., Page 46) This writer can NOT find any Census Info. on this family after 1810? What happen to this family?
Will of Thomas Sarratt, Dated 12 Aug. 1817
Probated: 10 March 1818
So. Carolina Spartanburg District
In the name of God Amen.
I Thomas Sarratt of Spartanburg County and district aforesaid being of Sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding do make and publish this my last Will and Testament of my worldly estate of which it hath Please God to bless me with in manner and form Calling Viz.
I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Sarah Sarratt all that I possess to dispose of as She thinks proper for the use of the family during her life time or Widowhood.
Except my daughters should marry then they are to have one bed and furniture apiece.
I also give and bequeath to my Son John Sarratt one feather Bed and furniture at his marriage to his heirs and Assigns and lastly
I nominate and appoint my beloved wife Sarah Sarratt and my Son John Sarratt my lawful Executors of this my last Will and Testament.
I doth hereby revoke all former wills hereby made at any other time and Declare this to be my only will in witness whereof I do hereunto set my hand and Seal This twelfth Day of August in the year of our Lord, Eighteen hundred and Seventeen and in the forty first year of the Independence of America.
Signed, Sealed and Published and Declared before us by the above named Thomas Sarratt to be his last Will and Testament who at his Request and in his presence and the presence of Each other did Subscribe witnesses thereunto.
Thomas [X] Sarratt (Seal)
Witness: LS\ JOHN WATKINS;
Witness: LS\ JOHN GRIST;
Witness: LS\ WILLIAM GRIST
Source: Recorded in Will Book A page 129 Box 27 Package 18; Recorded 10th Day March 1818 W. Lancaster OSC Microfilm Roll 1046 Spartanburg County Estate Papers 1787-1900 File # 1815 Greenville County Library Greenville, SC.
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