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George Queen[104]

1788-1796 - Reiley Kidd’s ancestor  George Queen born in NC.[105]  His parents are currently unknown, and the object of his search.
Judging from entries on the 1800 federal census, prime suspects are William Lewis Queen, Sr., Timothy Queen, Jr., Hugh Queen, Richard Queen and William Lewis Queen, all of Rutherford Co., NC.  All these men had a male child whose age would fit these dates in their home on the 1800 census, and no other NC Queens did.

1818 - a George Queen obtained a marriage bond to marry “Mrs. Betsy Queen” 8 Nov. 1818 in Rutherford Co. NC.  The bond is witnessed by “Marriday Queen”, who marks with an X.

1830 - the Rutherford Co., NC federal census, includes Charles (10001-00001), George (110101-200101), and William A. Queen (0000100001-20001).[106]

1833 - Rutherford Co. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, October Term: Christy Mooney is suing George Queen for a debt; George tried to plead insolvency, but did not file in a timely manner, and was held responsible for the debt due.[107]

1840 - is on the Lincoln Co., NC census, p. 108 as “George Quinn”, age 40-49: 0102001-0220001.[108]
on p. 85 is Eli Stroup, whose son Ephraim married George’s eldest daughter, Nancy, in Lincoln Co. 15 Oct. 1847.  Nearby (p. 103) is “James Qunn”.
also on this census (though not adjacent) are Elias and Richard Quin (p. 54), John Quin (p. 55) and Rev. Hugh L. Quin, p. 66.

1845 - George and his younger children are listed in Lincoln Co., NC.[109] 

1845 - a Cleveland Co., NC deed from Ebenezer Newton, George Newton, Mary Newton, Margaret Goins, George Queen and Nancy his wife, and John Newton to Smith McCurry for all their interest n the real and personal estate of Benjamin Newton deceased, dated 8 August 1845.  Proven in open court on the oath of Levi Towry and John L. Gladden, subscribing witnesses.[110]

1850 - George and his family appear on the 1850 federal census in Tippah Co. p.569, family # 1094, enumerated 5 Dec. 1850.[111]  Next door is son Meredith Queen and his family. M's youngest child, age 1, was born in NC.

1854 - George’s wife Nancy Newton Goins Queen died in Tippah Co. MS.

1859 - 31 January, George married Caroline W. Griffin in Fayette Co., TN.  She was the wife of Benjamin Griffin, whose family is on the 1850 federal census in Fayette Co., TN.[112]   Her children by this marriage (Syna Griffin, born about 1847, Margaret V. Griffin, born about 1849, Frances T.S. Griffin, born about 1851 and Robert W. Griffin, born about 1854) were in George’s household in 1860.

1860 - George and his second family are on the 1860 Tippah County Federal census[113]. 

1870 - The three younger children were in his household in 1870.[114]

1877 - George dies, and is buried along side of his first wife, Nancy, in New Hope Cemetery, Benton Co. (formed from Tippah Co. in 1870).[115]

 

George Queen - (son of Laban Queen)

1866 - Cleveland Co. NC probate record,[116] naming wife Cynthia, sons Laban, Joseph, George, William, and Meredith (dec’d), and daughters Jane Queen Hoyle (husband, Daniel), Nancy, and Margaret.

1870 - is found in the household of his mother, Cynthia Queen, on the federal census, age 18, b. NC.[117]

 

other George Queens

1838 - A George Queen was b. abt. 1838 to John Queen and Cynthia Newton in Rutherford Co., NC.[118]

 

Hampton Queen - (son of James Queen of Rutherford Co., NC)

1845 - Rutherford Co. NC will of James Queen dated 22 March 1844, recorded June Court 1845, names wife Sarah Queen and son Hampton Queen.  He also gives to Jameson Queen a portion of his plantation, but the will evidently  doesn’t specify relationship.[119] 

1848 – A list of “persons removed and insolvent in the County of Rutherford whose names appear on the Tax Lists for the year 1848 and to be accounted for in the year 1849 (all are one white poll)” includes the names of Richard Queen (In), William Queen (In), and Hampton Queen (In).[120]

1849 – A list of “persons removed and insolvent in the County of Rutherford whose names appear on the Tax Lists for the year 1849 and to be accounted for in the year 1850 (all are one white poll)” includes the names of Merida Queen (Fifa M), and Hampton Queen (Rem).[121]

1860 - Rutherford Co., NC federal census shows Hampton Queen 35M b. NC, Betsey 37F NC, Louisa 16F NC, James 11 NC, Milly 9 NC, Eliza 7 NC, Thomas 1 NC, Sarah 77 NC.[122]

 

Hampton Queen - who moved to Indiana and later Iowa[123]

1796 - born in Rutherford Co., NC.[124]

1820 - May 11, married Hannah Williams, Wayne Co., IN.  Hannah was b. Jefferson Co., TN, a possible clue to their migration pattern.

1821 - moved his family to Bartholomew Co., Indiana.[125]

1853 -  moved with some of his children to Madison Co., IA.[126]

1855 - died 7 March, 1855 in Polk Co., Iowa; buried in  Chapel cemetery, So. Twp. (Madison Co.), IA.
His will names heirs Hogan Queen (born 22 Feb. 1821, Wayne Co. IN, died 19 Feb. 1890, Madison Co., IA), James Queen ((b. 1833 Bartholomew Co. IN, d. 16 Oct. 1866, Franklin Co., KA), Alfred Queen (born 1828 Bartholomew Co., IN, died after 1891, Monterrey, CA), John Queen (born 19 Oct. 1822 Bartholomew Co., IN, died 19 Nov. 1859), William Queen (born 31 Jan 1824 Bartholomew Co., IN; died 6 Jan. 1899, Jewell Co., KA), Phebe Queen Boxley (b. April 1829, died 13 Dec. 1902, Fredericksburg, VA), Sarah Ann Queen (b. abt. 1841), and Zelpha Queen  (b. 8 Feb. 1843 Decatur, IN, d. 26 April 1907, Butler Co., NE).
[127]

 

Harmon Queen, son[128] of Samuel and Dise Rolls Queen

1824 - Harmon (or Hiram) Queen m. Polly (Mary Ann) Brock 1 Feb. 1824, surety Wm Queen, wit. Wm Haynes, Haywood CO., NC.[129]  The surety, William B. Queen, is his brother.

1830 - the federal census for Haywood Co., NC, p.363, lists Henson Queen (just one male, age 50-59 is in this household), Harmon Queen, age 20-29 (01001-10001), Samuel Queen, age 60-69 (001010001-000002001)and John Queen, age 20-29 (00001-10010; Joseph Queen, age 30-39 (21000100001-0110010001) with an older man age 80-89 (presumed to be his father William Lewis Queen, Sr.) and an older woman age 70-79 in the household, and a second Samuel Queen, age 50-59 (01010001-00011001) are on p. 364; Margaret Queen (widow of William Lewis Queen, Jr.) is on p. 372.[130]
Harmon, Henson, and John (R.) Queen are all sons of the elder Samuel Queen, who was the first Queen in this area, and joined later by his brother William Lewis Queen, and some of William’s children.

1835 - August 13, Harmon Queen and James Queen appear on a list of voters in Caney Fork precinct of Haywood Co., NC, for the purpose of electing a member of Congress for the 12th Congressional District of NC.[131]

1832 - Harmon Queen  was the bondsman for the marriage bond of Groom John Chastain and Bride Drusey Barns (Daughter of George), Bond Date: 05 Mar 1832 in Haywood Co., NC, Bond #: 000065099.[132] See also William B. Queen (brother of Harmon), who also witnessed a marriage for a Barns bride.

1840 - The Haywood Co. NC federal census includes (p. 108) - Maxwell Queen, age 30-39; p. 111 - Harmon Queen, age 40-49 (0000001000-211001000); p. 112 - Americus Queen, age 20-29; p. 120 - John Queen, age 30-39; p. 121 Timothy Queen, age 10-14; p. 122 - John Queen, age 30-39, Samuel Queen, Sr., age 70-79 and “William B. Quin”, age 30-39; p. 123 - Margarett Queen, age 50-59 and Maxwell Queen; p. 124 - Timothy Queen, age 20-29; p. 125 - John Queen and James Queen, both 20-29; and p. 127, James Queen.  Also on this census are MANY Hensons, including Rev. War veteran Elijah Henson, age 70-79, p. 78.  The elder William Queen is said to have married Jane Henson, thus his son’s name.  Don Queen says that the Hensons probably came down the Great Wagon Road from MD.

1850 - the 1850 NC Mortality Book lists a Harmon Queen of Haywood Co., NC, age 50, sex F, as dying in June, of “death fever”.[133]

 

Hartwell Queen - son of David Queen of Iredell Co., NC.

1831 - Iredell Co. NC will of Margaret Queen, dated 18 June 1831, leaves her land to be divided equally among David Queen’s seven children - “Radford, Alfred, Jesse, Emilla, Cyrus, Bashti, and Hartwell.”  Gives her “wearing clothes” to “my beloved daughter Mary Correll.”  “All my property that I have in Tennessee at James McBroom’s I leave for him to dispose of as he thinks proper.”  Appoints her son-in-law Samuel Correl and Quillar Williams executors.  Witnessed by Dean Ellis and Jehu Hendron.[134]

1850 - is in father’s household in Alexander Co., NC, age 25.[135]

He married Adaline Hawes.  Both said to have been born in Alexander Co., NC.  They had at least one daughter, Lavinie Queen Haines, b. 1847 Alexander Co., NC, d. 1914 in Wilkes Co., NC.[136]

1855 - along with his brother, Cyrus, he received a land grant in Alexander Co., NC; his was for 27.5 acres, granted 4 May 1855.[137]

1874 - received another land grant in Alexander Co., NC, this one for 32 acres.[138]

 

Henry Queen

1774 - 12 July, Anson Co., Henry Queen Road duty, Huwary (Uhwarrie) to Clark’s Creek.

1782 - Montgomery Co., NC Land Grant Survey 30 January 1782 for Shadrach Hogan, 100 acres on both sides of Rocky Creek, the NE side of Pee Dee River. Chainbearers: Henry Queen, Abraham Hutson.[139] This land is in the central part of present-day Montgomery Co.,  about 5 miles S. of the town of Troy, in the Uwharrie National Forest.

1838 - a Henry Queen is listed in Co. F, the Macon Co. Volunteers, of the Indian Removal North Carolina Regiment.[140]  Maisie Queen Young believes that this may be James Henry Queen, who m. Isabella Bryson.[141]

 

Henson Queen, Sr. - son of patriarch William Queen[142]

1763 - appears on Anson Co. NC Tax List (“Henson Quinn”), along with {father ?]William Quinn (Queen) and (brother?) Timothy Quinn/Queen.[143]
There are several Butler families in the area, and it is speculated that Henson’s wife was a Butler, as this name is repeated among his descendants.

1786 - appears on an Anson Co., NC tax list.[144]

1787 - appears on Montgomery Co., NC census “Hanson Quin” - 1 WM 21-60, 3 WM 0-21 or 60+ (Henson and 3 sons), 4 WF [wife and 3 daughters], one black person 12-50.[145]

1790 - Montgomery Co. NC census “Henson Queen”, 2 WM 0-16, 2 WM 16+, 3 WF, one black person.[146]

1793 - 2 Sept., Henson Queen enters 50 acres on Little Rocky Creek, border “said Sander’s own line, where he lives”.[147]  This land is in present-day Montgomery Co.

1794 - 14 January - Montgomery Co. NC Land Entry: Henson Queen enters 50 acres on Little Rocky Creek, border his own line where he now lives”.[148]

1796 - 5 March - Montgomery Co. Land Grant Survey:  Henson Queen, 50 acres joining the tract whereon he now lives.  Chainbearers: Elias Butler, John Queen.[149]

1799 - granted 50 acres in Montgomery Co. June 1799.[150]

1800 - on Montgomery Co., NC census, age 45 and up:” 01001-00101- 0-3”; the latter number indicates that this Henson Queen owned 3 slaves.[151]

1801 - Hinson Queen granted 100 acres Dec. 1801.[152]

1811 - John Queen to Henson Queen, 100 acres on First Broad River, Rutherford Co., NC.[153]
Rutherford Co., NC Deed Book 29, p. 45:  11 November 1811 John Queen of RCNC to Hanson/Henson Queen of the same, 100 dollars, 100 acres on First Broad River, granted to Aaron Deveny on a warrant dated 26 November 1799 and conveyed by Deveny to Richard Johnston and from him to JOHN QUEEN.  Wit. Robert H. Taylor, Abraham Crow.  #33, 8 August 1816.

1815 – Rutherford Co., NC court record #11, State vs. Fitzgerald Carter, states “This Carter is married to a daughter of Henson Queen’s – come to hand on the 5th Jny. 1807.”[154]

1819 - Rutherford Co., NC Road Docket, 1819 – July 1819
The court appointed George McGlamery overseer of the road from Wards Creek to (?) Creek with the following hands – Daniel Hicks, WILLIAM QUEEN SON OF HENSON, William Street, Thos. McKnely, Adam Swink, Thos. Thomas, John F. Jerrell, Daniel Brown, George Towery Ser., Henry Wortman, Daniel Sisk, Jesse Hill, James McFarland, Zachariah Downs, Robert Downs, Thos. Negro of Aaron, John H. Jones & Robert Diveney.
[155]

1820 - the federal census for Rutherford Co. NC includes:
p. 357 - Henson Queen - one M >45, 1 F >45, 2 slaves (this entry is identical to that for “Hency”, below;
page 362 - “Merida” [Meredith?] (011101-11001)
p. 384 - James Queen, age 26-44 (310010-12010)
P. 393 Hency Queen, age 45 or older (000001-00001-01-0001) and Joseph Queen, age 16-25, (00100-20110).
[156]  Also nearby are Thomas, Edward and Daniel Upton, and their families.

1826 -  Rutherford Co. NC will dated 17 Mar 1823, probated April 1826, names wife Sarah, sons John, William; daughters Sarah Green (Queen?, mm. Proctor?), Ruth Upton, Jane Johnson, Caty Hicks, and Seley Carter (wife of Jiles Carter); witnesses: D. Glass, Frs. P. Glass. [157]
The Apearance docket of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Rutherford Co. NC contains two entries: January - “Henson Queen v. John Queen guardian &c. Notice.”  And July - “Execrs. of Henson Queen, dec’d vs. John Hicks and others.  Will.”

1827 - Rutherford Co. NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Appearance Docket, January 1827, includes the following: Thomas Upton and Sally Green vs. John Queen, exr. of Henson Queen, dec’d.  “Not Found”.  Will caveat.  Probate of Former set aside.”[158]

1860 - Macon Co. NC census, #197 - Hensy Q. Hicks, 65, b. Montgomery Co., NC.  Has dau. Nicy, age 15, b. GA. [this must be son of Caty Queen Hicks, above, and namesake of his grandfather.][159]

Hensey M. Queen

1826 – Rutherford Co. NC Bastardy records: State vs. Hensy M. Queen.  #2.  October 1826.  Bastardy – Margaret Queen.[160]  This Hensey may be any of the following Henson Queens.

 

Henson Queen, son of Samuel and Dise Rolls Queen[161]

1783 - his approximate birthdate

1820 - said to have purchased from Thomas Middleton a 100 acre tract of land “at the head of John’s Creek” (county not named!) March 4, 1820.  The deed locates the land on “the head of a creek that runs into Caney Fork of Tuckaseigee River below ‘Showney John’s Cabin’.”  Subsequently the Creek was known as John Ben’s Creek, and then simply John’s Creek.[162]

1830 - the federal census for Haywood Co., NC, p.363, lists Henson Queen (just one male, age 50-59 is in this household), Harmon Queen, age 20-29 (01001-10001), Samuel Queen, age 60-69 (001010001-000002001)and John Queen, age 20-29 (00001-10010; Joseph Queen, age 30-39 (21000100001-0110010001) with an older man age 80-89 (presumed to be his father William Lewis Queen, Sr.) and an older woman age 70-79 in the household, and a second Samuel Queen, age 50-59 (01010001-00011001) are on p. 364; Margaret Queen (widow of William Lewis Queen, Jr.) is on p. 372.[163]

1833- 8 April 1833, Henson purchased from Andrew Cathey a tract of land located in Macon Co., on the Little Tennessee River, deed witnessed by John W. Queen.  He sold this land to John W. Queen in 1854.  It isn’t clear whether he ever lived on this land, or in Macon Co.[164]

1835 -  a Henson/Henderson Queen  was among the voters in an election for the 12 Congressional District of NC, held on August 13, 1835, in Macon Co., NC, voting in the Franklin precinct. [165]
No other Queens in this precinct, but Joseph and John Queen voted in the Cullowhee precinct.

said to have been buried in the Upper Coward Cemetery on Caney Fork.[166]

 

Henson Queen of Rabun Co., GA

1850 - Drawn for jury duty, July Term in Rabun Co., GA, along with William Queen.[167]

 

Henson Queen- son of John Queen, and grandson of Henson Queen, Sr.

1831 - Burke Co., NC marriage bond for Henson Queen and Zelpha/Zilpha Glass, dated 27 Sept. 1831.[168]  Maisie Queen Young states that this Henson is the son of John Queen, and grandson of Henson Queen, Sr.[169]

1840 - the federal census for Cherokee Co. NC includes a “Hensus Quen” (p. 246), and a B.A. Quinn, p. 235.  A “Blackburn Quen” is said to be on p. 240.[170]

1850 - federal census for Cherokee Co., NC census shows Henson Queen 46M, Zilpha 41, and chidren Isabella 18F, Julius A. 14M, David P. 12M, Martha 10F, John C. 7M, Lucinda 5F,  & Charity 2F.
Next door is William Queen 47, wife Martha 47, and family, and next to them is Blackburn “Quin” and family.
[171]

1853 - received a land grant in Cherokee Co., NC for 57 acres on 21 April 1853.[172]

1856 - received another land grant in Cherokee Co., NC, this one for 22 acres, on 26 August.[173]

1860 - Cherokee Co., NC census includes John Queen 27, Catherine 26, Mary 6, John A. 5, Elizabeth 3, Mary 1; next door is Nancy Queen 38 and nearby are William and Fanny Queen, both 23, and next to them are Henson Queen 59, Zilpha 50, David 21, Martha 19, John 17, Catherine 14, Charity 12, Franklin 5.[174]

no date - a query in the NC Genealogical Society Journal states: “Seeking information on the John W. Queen, Sr. (b. 1774 Montgomery Co., NC), to Rutherford Co. ca. 1811; to Burke Co. (now McDowell) ca 1816; to Macon Co. in 1830’s, where he died bet. 1850-1860.  Known sons James (md. Sarah Ferguson), Henson (md. Zilpha Glass), John W. (md. Martha Hickey).”[175]

 

Hiram Queen

1824 - Haywood Co., NC marriage bond for Hiram Queen and Polly Brock, 1 Feb. 1824.[176]

1835 - an H.M. Quinn and a James Quinn (sic, but possibly Queen) are among the voters in an election for the 12 Congressional District of NC, held on August 13, 1835, in Burke Co., NC.[177]

 

Hugh Queen

1766 - Hugh Quinn of Mecklenburg Co. to William Yancy of same, for L53 S2 d6 proc. money, land in the fork of the main Broad River and the First Little Broad River....200 acres....(signed) Hugh Quinn (H), Margaret Quinn (W).  Witnesses: John Hardin, Saml. Richardson, John Richardson.[178] At this time, Mecklenburg Co. contained portions of present-day Cabarrus, Union, Lincoln, Rutherford, Cleveland, and Gaston counties, as well as portions of adjacent SC.  If the above land description refers to the fork between the main Broad River and the First Broad River (it probably does - a reference[179]states that the Broad River is sometimes known locally as “the Main Broad River, and the Rocky Broad River.”) this land was in present-day S. Cleveland Co., south of Shelbyville, and less than two miles from the NC-SC border.

1768 - 20 January, Hugh QUINE of Mecklenburg Co. NC granted letters of administration on the estate of William Mills, securities were John Moor and John Fondren, L100 bond, recorded January Court, 1768.[180]

         - 14 April, John Welch of Mecklenburg Co. to Hugh Quinn of same, for L100 proc. money ..... land on S. side of Broad River on Crooked Creek below Robert McAferson’s survey....200 acres, granted to John Alexander 24 Sept. 1754.  Proved April Term 1768.[181]

1768-1772 - numerous (12) real estate conveyances involving Hugh Queen and his wife Margaret in Lincoln Co., NC.[182]

1771 - see 1800, below, regarding Hugh Quinn of York Co., SC.

Between 1772 and 1810, there is no mention of them, suggesting that they may have moved to GA, as did William Lewis Queen.

1797 - Hugh Quinn of York Co., SC to James Capshaw of Rutherford Co., NC, 100 A. on N. side of White Oak Creek of Green River, “part of a tract of 300 A. granted to Joel Blackwell 26 Oct. 1767, conveyed by him to said Hugh Quinn, who sold 200 A. on 31 July 1771 to William Capshaw. Wit.: Joseph Collins, John Quin, 5 Aug. 1800.[183]

1799 - Hugh Quinn estate papers in York Co., SC, Book A, 1789-1799, #139.  Apparently he had died by 11 June 1798, and Abraham Green, John Copeland and John Fillogan were appointed to appraise his estate.  John Quin (his son?) was his administrator (Book B, p. 23 and p. 85) June 1801.[184]

1800 - Rutherford Co. DB 19, p. 219 - 23 June - James Capshaw of RCNC to Joel Blackwell of same, “50 A on the little creek on the North fork of White Oak, including the lower end of Hixes old fields, being eht east end of 100 acres dranted by deed from HUGH QUINN to James Capshaw, the 100 acres being part of 300 acres, the other 200 granted by ded from Hugh Quin to Wm. Capshaw.” [185]

1810 - there are a Hugh Queen, Jr., age 16-25 [10100-10010- 7 slaves, $300/150]. and a Hugh Queen Sr., age 45 and older [20101-03201- 2 slaves] in Rutherford Co., NC federal census, both on p. 429 (renumbered page 128) (along with Richard age 26-45 [32010-31200- one slave, $100/50], William, Sr. age 45 and up [01001-02000- one slave] and William, Jr. [though listed by name, there are no numbers on that line!).[186] 
Also on this census are an Elich McQueen and a Hugh McQueen, p. 155.

1830 - the Rutherford Co., NC federal census, p. 467 (1st Regiment) includes Charles (10001-00001), George (110101-200101), and William A. Queen (0000100001-20001).  James Queen is on p. 461, and Hugh Queen (age 60-69; 000000001-10001000, 8 slaves, one free white deaf and dumb < 14 yr. old) is on p. 482 (2nd regiment).

1835 -  James Queen, Jr., Charles Queen, Pleasant Queen, Richard Queen, J.A.Queen (all in Taylor’s precinct), and Hugh Queen and Manton Queen (both in Jolin’s precinct) voted in an election for the 12 Congressional District of NC, held on August 13, 1835, in Rutherford Co., NC. [187]
No other Queens listed in Rutherford Co.

 

HUGH QUINN (and other QUINNs)

Although these Quinns are in the same county as our Queens, they do not appear to be related.

 

1825 - Hugh QUINN came from York Co. SC to Lincoln and Catawba Counties, as a pioneer Baptist preacher, and was “one of the most useful missionaries.”  He emigrated to Georgia in 1834, and was sent with letters of recommendation from the South Fork (Baptist) Association.  He lived first at Ellis (formerly Quinn’s Ferry  on the Broad River in Cleveland Co., and later 1.5 miles W of Lincolnton, NC.[188]  Was said to have been “probably the first Baptist to preach regularly at Lincolnton.”[189]

1835 -  a J. Quinn voted in an election for the 12 Congressional District of NC, held on August 13, 1835, in Rutherford Co., NC, voting in Reynolds’ precinct. [190]

1840 - the Lincoln Co. NC federal census includes Richard Quin and Elias Quin, p. 54; John Quin, p. 65; Rev. Hugh L. Quin, p. 66; “James Qunn” p. 103, and George Quinn, p. 108.  This may or may not be the same Rev. Quinn referred to above (1828).

          A Hugh Quinn died in Cleveland Co., NC in 1840, leaving wife Jane Quinn, and a daughter Unity (or Emily) Quinn, who married Martin Irvine.  Martin Irvine was executor of Hugh Quinn’s estate, but died before the estate was settled.  Unity remarried to A. Padgett, but died shortly thereafter, having never had children.[191]  These papers name the heirs of this Hugh Quinn: Michal Borders, Hugh Quinn, Martin Irvine, John Roberts, Morris Quinn, James Roberts, Martin Quinn, and Oliver Quinn.  Martin Quinn took over as administrator of his father’s estate after Martin Irvine died.  Jane Quinn died in 1856, and her estate was administrated by James Roberts.[192]

 

Hugh Queen, grandson of Francis Queen of Iredell Co., NC

1827 - Wilkes Co. NC will of Joseph Queen dated 18 Sept. 1827 names “Beloved wife Martha,....my four beloved sons Elis Queen, Francis Queen, James Queen, and Hugh Queen,” dividing his land (400 acres) between them all, “any time after Elis arrives to the age of 21 years.”  Also names “my four beloved daughters Jane, Margret, Elizabeth and Attarminetta, giving them his other two tracts of land (325 acres).  Names his “worthy friend Hosea Richman” his executor.  Witnessed by Howell Barker Jr. and Thomas Brothertin.  Joseph signed his name.[193]

1848 - Wilkes Co. NC: Cornelius Anderson purchased 50 acres on Grape Vine Branch from Levi Brotherton; witnesses: James and Hugh Queen (brothers of Cornelius’ wife Etta).[194]
By 1849, Cornelius Anderson had moved his family to Murray Co., GA, then in 1850 moved to Marietta, Cobb Co. GA, accompanied by some Queens.

 

Hugh Queen of Rabun Co. GA

1827 - Wilkes Co. NC will of Joseph Queen dated 18 Sept. 1827 names “Beloved wife Martha,....my four beloved sons Elis Queen, Francis Queen, James Queen, and Hugh Queen,” dividing his land (400 acres) between them all, “any time after Elis arrives to the age of 21 years.”  Also names “my four beloved daughters Jane, Margret, Elizabeth and Attarminetta, giving them his other two tracts of land (325 acres).  Names his “worthy friend Hosea Redman” his executor.  Witnessed by Howell Barker Jr. and Thomas Brotherton.  Joseph signed his name.[195]  This will was proven Oct. Term 1827.
This Hugh seems to be the one later in GA (see 1855, below).

1850 - is on the federal census for Rabun Co., GA, age 42, b. NC, along with wife Elizabeth, age 38, b. SC, and children Martha J. - 15F, John 12M, James C. 10M, Josephine 7F, Andrew M.N. 5M, Nancy M 2F, and Edmond P. 1M.[196]
also on this census is William Queen (family 173), Hugh Queen, 42M b. NC (family # 231), Samuel Queen, 70M b. GA (#174), and Spence Queen, 27M b. NC (#147)

         - Hugh Queen drawn for jury duty Jan. 7, 1850, for February term; sworn to serve July term.[197]

1855 - Wilkes Co., NC deed dated 19 Sept. 1855, Hugh Queen and Martha his wife ackowledged the sale of their share of the land of Hillory Gilreath on the Brushy Mtns on Fishing Creek, made in Milligeville, GA.[198]

1855 - Samuel Queen is among those named (along with Elizabeth Queen “and her minor children”), probably the wife of Hugh Queen, who seems to have died or been absent) as owning land through which the Blue Ridge Railroad will run.  The court charged commissioners to establish valuation for the right-of-way through these lands.[199]
Later was paid $65 for the strip of land; states her land (and that of Samuel Queen) was in Lot 63 in 2nd district of Rabun Co.
[200]

1856 - July Term of Rabun Co.  GA County Court charges several men, including Hiram Gibson, “chosen by Mrs. Elizabeth Queen and Hugh Queen her husband in the fixing the compensation to be paid to the said Elizabeth Queen and her children” for a change in the route of the Rabun Turnpike Road across her property in lot #62 of the 2nd district of Rabun Co.  The court ordered that “any moneys allowed as such compensation be paid over to said Hugh Queen, to be held by him for the use and benefit of the said Elizabeth Queen and her children.”[201]  Later were paid $115, August 1856.

1857 - Hugh M. Queen drawn for jury duty in Rabun Co., GA, June Term.[202]

1858 - Hugh M. Queen and E.H. Queen (Elizabeth, Hugh’s wife) deed to William A. Carr land in Rabun Co., GA, apparently road rights.  Witnessed by J.W. Queen and Cincinnatus Taylor, recorded 25 Oct 1858.[203]

1860 - Hugh M. Queen and Elizabeth H. his wife sell to Thomas Kelley 100 acres in lot 63, 2nd district, as part of a bond of indebtedness.[204]  It appears from these documents that Elizabeth’s maiden name is Woodall, and she is heir of estate of Edward Woodall.

1860 - on Rabun Co. GA federal census: 49M b. NC, Elizabeth 50F b SC, and children.[205]

1880 - on Rabun Co. GA federal census, age 65.[206]

 

Isaac Queen - son of Charles Queen[207]

1844-45 - an undated petition to the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina, urging the formation of a new county, Sevier County, from parts of Cleveland, Rutherford, Burke, Catawba and Lincoln Counties, included the following (some appear to have signed more than once): pt. 1: Jamiason Queen, Richard Queen, W. M. Queen, A.J. Deveney; pt. 4 - Hampton and Elias Queen; pt. 5 - Charles Queen; pt. 8 - Daniel and Meradeth Queen; pt. 10 - Married (Maraday?) Queen; Pt. 11 - William Queen, Daniel Melton, Jenkins Deviney, Alaxander Goen; pt. 13 - Married Queen, Stephen and John Butler; pt. 14 - Merrady Queen, George Newton, Isac Quen, Charles Quene, John Queen; pt. 16 - Marada Queen, Benjamin Newton; pt. 17 - Solomon Quen, John Queen.  Not dated, this petition was filed (perhaps incorrectly) with other records from the 1844-1845 Session of the General Assembly.  The idea was never accepted or enacted.[208]

1850 - The Cleveland Co. NC census includes a Charles Queen, 45M b. NC, occupation - cooper (pauper), with wife Martha, 41F, b. NC, and children Isaac, age 21, John, age 19, William, age 17, Sarah age 15, Dickerson, age 12, Joseph age 10, and Martha, age 8, all born in NC.[209]
- ALSO in 1850, State vs. Isaac Queen.  #5 February 1850. Bastardy. Plaintiff's receipt filed by defendant in discharge of the usual allowance. Chas. QUEEN acknowledged judgment for the cost.
[210]

1860 - Cleveland Co., NC federal census shows Isaac Queen, age 34, b. NC, occupation - farmer, with no wife (widowed?) and children John 8M, Thomas 6M, Pinkney 4M, and Martha 2F, all born in NC..[211]  Though Lucinda isn’t in the household at this time, descendant Sandra Levi Parker says that Lucinda died in 1903, and other  descendants have confirmed this.  Why she’s not in the household at the time of this census is unclear.
Next door in one direction is (a brother?) John Queen, 30M b. NC, farmer, with wife Susan, 20F b. NC, and William A. Queen, age 7/12, b. NC, and on the other side is Charles Queen, age 50, with wife Martha and children.  Living next door is Jenkins Devenny (a clue to land records, below).

1861 - received a land grant in Cleveland Co., NC for 40 acres 11 May 1861.[212]

1866 - Cleveland County NC Court records[213]  show Wade Short and his wife Susan Short, “late widow of John Queen, dec’d.,” petition for her dower rights to 1/3 of his 2 tracts of land, 200 acres in all, adjoining J. G. Deviney and the Speculation Land Co., and the other adjoining Isaac Queen.  His only heir at law was Avery Queen, “an infant without guardianship.”  No further court record of this claim is known. 

 

another Isaac Queen - Gene Queen believes this Isaac is the son of Samuel Queen of Haywood Co., NC, along with James H. Queen.[214]  Contact him for this Isaac’s children.
Also being researched by Johnny & Gwen Queen of Loganville, GA.
[215]

1827 - Rutherford Co., NC Road Docket, 1827 – October 1827
The Court appointed William Hunt junr. Overseer of the road from Brier Creek at the widow Blankenships to the widow Graysons with John Hix Junr., William Hunt Senr., Elisha Hunt, Absalom Hunt’s hands, Martin Hhicks, Queen Hicks, JAMES QUEEN, Doctor Jones, Harvey McFarland, Elijah Hunt, Robert Hall, William West, Wm. McFarland Junr., ISAAC QUEEN, James Lewis, Wm. H. Divinney.
[216]

1832 - Rutherford Co., NC marriage bond for Isaac Queen and Ruth Hunt, dated May 24, 1832, witnessed by Jos. Taylor, surety Joseph G. Deveney .[217]

1850 - an Isaac Queen, 44M b. NC, is on the federal census in Union Co. GA with wife Ruth 47 b. NC, and children Alfred 17, George 11, John 8, Jerry 5, and Isaac 2, all b. NC.
Also on this census are: p. 203 John Queen and wife Katherine, both 19; p. 205 Alfred Queen 42 and wife Susan 44 and 4 children, all b. NC; p. 271 Lewis Queen 45 and wife Sally  37, and 5 children, and also Jane Queen (his mother?), age 60; p. 913 Pleasant Queen 40 and wife Martha 41, with 7 children, all b. NC; p. 1139 James Queen 47 and wife Sarah 44, and 6 children including one named Meraday.
[218]

1860 - the federal census on Union Co. GA includes the following Queens:
054/052  James C. Queen 55M NC, with wife Sarah, sons Moses J and Meridy, and daughters Polly, Adeline and Caroline; judging from the ages of the children, they moved to GA about 1842.
135/129 Lewis Queen 55M NC, wife Sarah 43 NC, Jane Queen 70 NC, and children.
139/133 Alfred Queen 49 NC, wife Susan 53 NC, and 3 children.
688/690 Isaac Queen 51 NC, wife Ruth, and four sons - Alfred 26NC, George 21 TN, John 18 NC, and Isaac 13 NC.
[219]

1865 - he married second Mrs. Disa E Jameson 12/12/1865 in Union Co. GA.

[104] This George is the ancestor of Reiley Kidd <ReileyKidd@aol.com>, Vicky Hutchings <vicky@firstamerican.net>, and Don Erickson <don_erickson@pcisys.net>, and Rlaph Stovall, <ralph.stovall@mci2000.com>

[105]  the earliest date comes from his headstone: d. “1877, 88 years”.  The latest date from his age (54) on the 1850 census.  His age on the 1860 and 1870 censuses would have him born in 1794 and 1792, respectively.

[106] p. 467 (1st Regiment).   James Queen is on p. 461, and Hugh Queen is on p. 482 (2nd regiment).
- also on this same census are “George Quin” (age 20-29; 121110-200101), “Peggy Quin” (age 40-49; 0100000-0002001), James Quin (age 20-29; 10201-21001) and “Merody Quin” (age 50-59; 00001001-00101001) all on p. 503; on p. 506 is Richard Quin (age 60-69; 012210001-11001001) and on p. 497 is Martin Quin (age 20-29; 30001-00001,4 slaves).

[107] personal correspondence from Vicky Hutchings, 7/12/98.

[108] Lincoln Co., NC federal census, p. 108 (Upper Piedmont Militia), with wife, 4 sons and 3 daughters.  From this listing there is one older son (Laban?) and one daughter whose names we do not know.

[109] The names of these children come (in part) from an 1845 list of "scholars" (pupils) of District 36, Lincoln Co. NC, submitted by the school supervisory committee (David Dellinger, Moses Stroup, and A.W. Abernathy), cited from "Common School Records of Lincoln Co., NC" in the Gaston-Lincoln Genealogical Society Quarterly 5(4):14, 1991:              George Queen - 4 students - Nancy, Elizabeth, Jane and George.
On the same list is a Catherine Queen with 3 students - William, Berry and George Queen.

[110] Cleveland Co. NC Court Minutes, 1844-1845, vol. II, Caldwell, 1995, p. 338, sent by Vicky Hutchings, 8/98.

[111] George Queen 54M farmer NC - cannot read or write; Nancy 52F  NC- cannot read or write; Elizabeth 19  NC, Martha J. 16 F  NC, George 9 M  NC.  Next door is George’s son Meredith, with wife Sarah L, and 3 young children.

[112] 1850 federal census, Fayette Co., TN, household #1322: Benjamin Griffin, 60M b. SC, Winaford 34F b. TN, Caroline C. 4F, Margaret 3F, Frances T 8/12; N.B. Birdson, age 15, Thomas L. Birdson, age 14.  The Birdson children were hers from an earlier marriage, also in Fayette Co., TN.
Reported by Vicky Hutchings, 8/98.

[113] Tippah Co. MS 1860 federal census (No. division), p. 142, dw. # 1044, fam. # 952 (Jonesborough Township):
            Geo. Queen        66(?) M  farmer  $400  $20  NC   "cannot read or write"
            C.W.                     46 F                                         TN
            Syna Griffin       13 F                                         TN  in school
            Margaret V.       11 F                                         TN   "      "
            F.F.S.                     9 F                                           TN   "      "
            Robt. W. Griffin                 6 M                                        TN

   Two doors away was Ephraim Stroup and his wife, Nancy Queen Stroup.

[114] 1870 federal census for Tippah Co. MS, Salem P.O.:
            George Queen   78M       farmer  400 400 NC
            C.W.                     57F        keeps house        TN
            Margaret            21F        At home                             TN
            Frances                19F        At school            TN
            Robt.                    16M       Wks. on farm     TN

[115] Her headstone reads, "Nancy Queen, died 1854, age 63".  George’s headstone reads, George Queen, died 1877, age 88.”

[116] NC will index - Vicky Hutchings has a copy of this probate record.

[117] enumerated 09/06/1870, dwelling No. 114, family No. 116, from an abstract of 1870 federal census, posted to Queen list by Vicky Hutchings 7/22/98.

[118] LDS records sent by Carol Queen, 7-5-98.

[119] NC will index: WB E, p. 151 - Vicky Hutchings has a copy of this will.

[120] cited in BGSOTC 29(3):148, 2001.

[121] cited in BGSOTC 29(4):178, 2001.

[122] dwelling  638, family 638, enumerated 6/29/1860 (posted to Queen List by Vicky Hutchings 7/22/98).

[123] being researched by descendant Glenda Queen Prieba, <Gprieba@oznet.ksu.edu>, and Kathy ___, <pelikan2@neetisn.net>.

[124] from a small booklet, portions of which were sent to me by Glenda Prieba, P.O. Box 583, Courthouse Newton KS 67114, on this Hampton Queen and his descendants.  The original author is no longer living.
1850 federal census [Family # 871, dwelling # 843]cites his birthplace as Rutherford Co., NC.

[125] History of Madison Co., Iowa, Union Historical Co., Des Moines, 1879, citing the obituary of Hogan Queen, son of Hampton Queen.

[126] History of Madison Co., Iowa, Union Historical Co., Des Moines, 1879, citing the obituary of Hogan Queen, son of Hampton Queen.

[127] from Bartholomew Co. IN Heritage Book, , info submitted by Phyllis Queen Mattek of Noble, OK, full text posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98, and info from Glenda Prieba, P.O. Box 583, Courthouse Newton KS 67114,a descendant of this Hampton.

[128] [128]another write-up, by Andrew Queen, is published in the Jackson Co., NC Heritage Book, and was submitted by James B. Hardin to the QL on 8/22/98.
It names as chidren for Samuel and Disey Rolls Queen - Henson (m. ___ Visage), Nancy (m. Sam P. Carson), Harmon (m. Mary Brock), John R. (m. Mary Coward), William B. (m. Mary Nicholson), Sallie (m. Andrew Broom), and Lewis (m. a “Georgia woman named Sally”).

[129] “Haywood Co., NC marriages”, posted to Queen-List by Carol Queen 6/11/98.

[130] 1830 Haywood Co., NC federal census microfilm, reviewed by RK 8/20/98 at National Archives, Seattle branch.

[131]  The 1835 Poll Books for the 12th Congressional District for the counties of Burke, Haywood, Yancey, Macon, Rutherford, and Buncombe - edited by Charles David Biddix - reprinted and copyrighted by The Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society, Inc. 1988, page 35.

[132] State of North Carolina. An Index to Marriage Bonds Filed in the North Carolina State Archives. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Division of Archives and History, 1977.

[133] posted to QUEEN LIST by Mandy Queen, 7/20/98, citing an e-mail from Bill Gerow;.  She states it may not be ‘this’ Harmon.  However Maisie Queen Young (personal correspondence) says that the actual Mortality Schedule names widow Mary Brock Queen, and their children, all of whom are unmarried in 1850.

[134] NC will index: WB 2, p. 119 - Vicky Hutchings provided a copy of this will.

[135] Alexander Co., p. 111, dw. 144.  Alexander Co was formed from parts of Iredell, Wilkes and Caldwell Co.s in 1847.

[136] Wilkes Co. NC Gen Soc Bulletin, vol. 8, issue 2, p. 15, 1978): in a listing of Wilkes Co. deaths was

Lavinie Haines, white female, widowed, b. 1847 Alexander Co., NC, d. 23 April 1914, buried N. Wilkes Co. (didn't get full listing, and can't read my writing here!  Sorry), father - Hart Queen, b. Alexander Co., mother - Adaline Laws, b. Alexander Co.  Informant - Mrs. J.A. Bachanan.

[137] NC Archives Land Grants, Book 160, page 352.

[138] NC Archives Land Grants, Book 167, page 168.

[139] Philbeck Data, BGSOTC - August 1997, p. 137, sent by Don Queen.

[140] posted to QUEEN LIST by CAROL QUEEN 7/19/98.

[141] personal correspondence, 12/98.

[142] patriarch William Queen specifically named William Lewis Queen, Sr. as his son in a 1793 document, giving power of attorney to William Lewis.
And the pension application of Samuel Queen states that he and William Lewis Queen are brothers.  Each presented affidavits supporting the Rev. War pension application of the other.

[143] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file.

[144] VICKY HUTCHINGS, personal communication 8/1/98.

[145] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file.).

[146] family #166, posted to Queen List by Carol Queen 7/7/98.

[147]Abstracts of Land Entries, Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, State Genealogy Library, Raleigh NC, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98. Entry #925.

[148] Abstracts of Land Entries, Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, State Genealogy Library, Raleigh NC, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98. Entry # 993.

[149] among Philbeck data posted to QUEEN LIST by CAROL QUEEN 6/24/98.

[150] from Montgomery Co., NC land grants index at State Archives, Book 101, page 266, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98.

[151] Montgomery Co., NC 1800 federal census, p. 493, personally reviewed at National Archives 8/20/98.

[152] from Montgomery Co., NC land grants index at State Archives, Book 111, page 294, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98.

[153] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), #46.  Rutherford Co. DB 29-31, p. 45.  Also abstracted in BGSOTC 34(3):140, 2006.

[154] cited in BGSOTC 29(1):19, 2001.

[155] Cited in BGSOTC 34(2):86, 2006

[156]National Archives reel #80, presonally reviewed by RK 8/20/98.  All page #s refer to the handwritten numbers on the pages.

[157] NC will index: WB D, p. 53 - Vicky Hutchings has a copy of this will.
Also Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), #49.

[158] BGSOTC 27(2):54, 1999.

[159] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), #50.

[160] cited in BGSOTC 29(1):23, 2001.

[161]another write-up, by Andrew Queen, is published in the Jackson Co., NC Heritage Book, and was submitted by James B. Hardin to the QL on 8/22/98.
It names as chidren for Samuel and Disey Rolls Queen - Henson (m. ___ Visage), Nancy (m. Sam P. Carson), Harmon (m. Mary Brock), John R. (m. Mary Coward), William B. (m. Mary Nicholson), Sallie (m. Andrew Broom), and Lewis (m. a “Georgia woman named Sally”).

[162] the Chris Queen document, 1962.

[163] 1830 Haywood Co., NC federal census microfilm, reviewed by RK 8/20/98 at National Archives, Seattle branch.

[164] the Chris Queen document, 1962.

[165]1835 Poll Books, North Carolina - 12th Congressional District for the Counties of Burke, Haywood, Yancey, Macon, Rutherford, and Buncombe.” Ed. Charles David Biddix,.  Reprinted by: The Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society, Inc., Ashville, NC, copyright 1988 by OBCGS.

[166] the Chris Queen document, 1962.

[167] Rabun Co. GA Court Minute Book, pp. 69 and 76, posted to QL by ERE 9/3/98.

[168] from 1780-1850 Burke Co. NC Marriage List, posted to the QUEEN LIST by CAROL QUEEN 7/19/98.

[169] personal correspondence, 12/98.

[170] posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/28/98.

[171] from Dianne Sain, 9/6/98.

[172] NC Archives Land Grants, Book 156, page 494, sent by Dianne Sain 4/99.

[173] NC Archives Land Grants, Book 161, page 411, sent by Dianne Sain 4/99.

[174] sent by Jan Horn, <janhorn@mindspring.com>, descendant of Charity Queen, wh m. Leander Kerby andmoved to LaVeta, CO.

[175] NC Genealogical Society Journal, vol. 5, issue 2, posted to Queen list, 7/8/98.  Another researcher interested in this family is Janet Horn, <janhorn@mindspring.com>.  Initially the Sarah who married James was thought to be a Jones, but the Lincoln Co. NC DB 35, pp 174-176 indicates that her last name was the daughter of Thomas Ferguson, according to Don Queen.
This is the line of Mandy Queen and Carol Queen.

[176] posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/30/98, from Marriage Index CD.

[177]1835 Poll Books, North Carolina - 12th Congressional District for the Counties of Burke, Haywood, Yancey, Macon, Rutherford, and Buncombe.” Ed. Charles David Biddix,.  Reprinted by: The Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society, Inc., Ashville, NC, copyright 1988 by OBCGS.  No Queens are listed in Burke Co., but Jerry Dyer believes that these are Queens rather than Quinns.  They voted at “Neal’s” precinct.

[178] Mecklenburg Co.,NC Deed Abstracts. vol. 1, 1763-1768, by Brent Holcombe, p. 16 (citing DB page 384-385).

[179] The North Carolina Gazetteer: A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places, by William S. Powell.

[180] Mecklenburg Co., NC Abstracts of Early Wills, 1763-1790, by Brent Holcombe, 1980, p. 77 (SGS/NC/60-4).

[181] Mecklenburg Co.,NC Deed Abstracts. vol. 1, 1763-1768, by Brent Holcombe, p. 72 (citing DB page 124-125).

[182] General Index to Real Estate Conveyances - Lincoln Co., NC, abstracted by Vicky Hutchings.

[183] Rutherford Co., NC DB 12-14, #1058, 4 Dec 1797, sent by MQY 12/98.

[184] personal correspondence, MQY 12/98.

[185] cited in BGSOTC 26:164, November 1998.

[186] from Carol Queen, from <ftp://ftprootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/rutherford/Census/ruth1810.cen>
confirmed by RK at NA 8/20/98.  This census is organized by first letter in surname, and gives no info about neighbors.  It includes many Newtons (include Robt., 4 Ebenezers, Wm, etc., but no George Newton).

[187]1835 Poll Books, North Carolina - 12th Congressional District for the Counties of Burke, Haywood, Yancey, Macon, Rutherford, and Buncombe.” Ed. Charles David Biddix,.  Reprinted by: The Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society, Inc., Ashville, NC, copyright 1988 by OBCGS.

[188] Gaston Lincoln Genealogical Society Bulletin, June ‘97, p. 135, in “Churches of the South Fork Association.”

[189] GLGS March ‘97, p. 62.

[190]1835 Poll Books, North Carolina - 12th Congressional District for the Counties of Burke, Haywood, Yancey, Macon, Rutherford, and Buncombe.” Ed. Charles David Biddix,.  Reprinted by: The Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society, Inc., Ashville, NC, copyright 1988 by OBCGS.

[191] NC Archives,: Quinn, Hugh, 1840, Cleveland Cty, CR 026.508.46, sent by VH 3/99.

[192] NC Archives,: Quinn, Jane, 1856, Cleveland Cty, CR 026.508.46, sent by VH 3/99.

[193] NC will index: WB 4, p. 109 - Vicky Hutchings has a copy of this will.

[194] >From Wilkes County Heritage Book, abstract posted to QUEEN LIST by CAROL QUEEN 6/16/98.

[195] NC will index: WB 4, p. 109 - Vicky Hutchings provided a copy of this will.  Original in NC State Archives.

[196] family #231. Info from Elaine Randall English <eng4@stc.net>

[197] Rabun Co. GA Court Minute Book, pp. 69 and 76, posted to QL by ERE 9/3/98.

[198] Wilkes Co., NC DB S, p. 104, posted to the QL by Teddy Noye 9/98.

[199] Rabun Co. GA Court Minute Book, pp. 128 (August Term), posted to QL by ERE 9/3/98.

[200] Rabun Co. GA Court Minute Book, pp. 135-137 (August Term), posted to QL by ERE 9/3/98.

[201] Rabun Co. GA Court Minute Book, p.170, posted to QL by ERE 9/3/98.

[202] Rabun Co. GA Court Minute Book, p.188, posted to QL by ERE 9/3/98.

[203] Rabun Co. Old DB E, p. 361, transcribed to New DB T, p. 249, posted to QL by ERE 8/27/98.

[204] Rabun Co. Old DB F, p. 147, transcribed to New DB T, p. 359, posted to QL by ERE 8/27/98.

[205] family #48. Info from Elaine Randall English <eng4@stc.net>  Children listed include Martha 23F GA, John 21M GA, Clayborn 19M GA, Josephine 17F GA, Andrew 15M GA, Nancy 13F GA, Edmond 10 GA, and William 8M GA.

[206] family #49. Info from Elaine Randall English <eng4@stc.net>.  See her correspondence for more information on this Hugh and Elizabeth Woodall Queen, and their descendants.

[207] based upon his appearing in his father’s will, and their proximity in census records.
This Isaac is being researched by Jean B. Easterling (Jeaste6515@aol.com) and also Sandra Levi Parker, <dparker6@tampabay.rr.com >.  According to Sandra, Isaac and Lucinda Towery had the following children:  John Albert Queen 1852-1921, m. 3x; Thomas Lawson Queen 1853-1925; Joseph Pinkney Queen 1855-1864; Martha Ella Queen 1858-1918?; Mary Jane Queen 1859-1860; Margaret C. Queen 1864-1937; William Palmer “Dock” Queen 1866-1945; Susan A. Queen 1868-1938; Phronia Catherine Queen 1869-1954; and Alice Petima Queen 1871-1943.

[208] from NC Archives, General Assembly Session Records, 1844-1845, Box 5, cited in BGSOTC 26:138-145, August 1998.

[209] Federal census abstracts, posted to Queen List by Vicky Hutchings 7/20/98.  HH #1375.

[210] BGSOTC 29(1):39-40, Feb. 2001.

[211] enumerated 7/26/1860, dwelling no. 710, family no. 710, posted to Queen List by Vicky Hutchings 7/20/98.

[212] NC Archives Land Grants, Book 163, page 256, sent by Dianne Sain 4/99.

[213] Estate Records - Cleveland C.R. 026.508.46 Vicky Hutchings provided a copy of this probate record to RK, who has abstracted it.

[214] QL posting, 2/2000.

[215] <queenie1948@yahoo.com>, personal correspondence, 3/15/01: my husband Johnny is the son of Alfred Daniel Queen, son of Ward Queen, son of Oscar Queen, son of Jerry Queen, son of Isaac and Ruth Hunt Queen. Address: 3310 Greystone Ct., Loganville, GA 30052

[216] Cited in BGSOTC 34(4):169, 2006.

[217]photocopy of certified list of marriage bonds of Rutherford Co., NC, sent by Teddy Noye 8/26/98, from NC State Archives, Raleigh.

[218] from Carol Queen 8/2/98, citing <ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenwebb’ga/union/census/18500001.txt>

[219] posted to QL by Teddy Noye 9/19/98.

 

 

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