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James Queen - son of Francis Queen of Iredell Co., NC

1779 - Rowan Co. marriage bond for James Queen and Margaret Wolfe, 9 Oct. 1779.  Bondsman, Wm Brandon, wit.: Jo. Brevard.[220]

1795 - Rutherford Co. NC Land Grant Survey, 25 May, 1795: Christopher Walbert, Jr., a tract on Crooked Run.  Chainbearers, William Queen, James Queen.[221]

1797 - 18 Dec., State of NC granted James Queen 50 acres N. fork Rocky Creek above his other land.[222]

1803 - is named as a son of Francis Queen of Iredell Co. NC, and appears to own land there at the time of the will.  Said to have moved later  to Claiborne Co., TN shortly thereafter.[223]

        - Iredell Co., NC: 22 August, James Queen sold Robert Gordon for 200 Pds. 100 acre tract between two mountains, head branch Rocky Creek including the maple swamp, being granted James Purviance 1797 and by Purviance to Francis Queen 1797 and by Francis Queen to James Queen 1797.  This was signed by James Queen.[224]

1812 - 28 Dec., James Queen of Claiborne Co., TN appoints his brother Joseph Queen of Iredell Co. to sell 50 acres land on Rocky Creek.  Also sells to Margaret Queen of Iredell Co. for $100 100 acres of land on Rocky Creek, “which was conveyed to James Queen by the last will and testament of Francis Queen.[225]

 

James Queen, son of Joseph Queen of Iredell (and 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.[226]

1840 - a Wilkes Co., NC marriage bond for Bride Jemima Mabery & Groom James Queen, Bond Date: 19 Dec 1840, Record #: 02 205, Bondsman: John W Sprinkle, Witness: J E Mastin, Bond #: 000167064.[227]

1840 - 4 August: Wilkes Co., NC marriage bond for Cornelius Anderson and Etta Mittie Queen; bondsman James Queen.[228]

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).
1 July - the sheriff sold James Queen land adjoining Jeremiah Gilreath and Samuel Anderson, dec’d (father of Cornelius).
[229]

1850 - the federal census of Wilkes Co., NC shows James Queen (p. 277), Radford Queen (p. 329), and Jesse and “Sirus” Queen (both on p. 375).

 

James Queen, son of William Lewis Queen, Sr. (ancestor of Don Queen, Penn Valley, CA)

1805 - 20 April 1805, William Jones of RCNC to James Queen of the same, 60 dollars, 40 acres on the SE side of First Little Broad River joining Hogue, being part of three grants, one to Benjamin Shaw, one to Beaty and Armstrong, and one to William Jones.  Wit. Andr. Taylor, John Jones.  #291, 25 August 1810.[230]

1811 - 14 January 1811, William Queen of Rutherford Co to James Queen of the same, 400 dollars, negro girl Milia aged 30 years.  Wit. Jesse Benton, Jas. Mitchell, Littleton Sims.  #17, 26 Feb. 1811.[231]
- also,
27 February 1811  William L. Queen and Ja
mes Queen to Adam Mooney, all of RCNC, $200, 43 acres on the main fork of First Little Broad River joining said Mooney, widow Hogue and Christopher Mooney, being part of grants to Benj. Shaw, Beaty and Armstrong, and Wm. Jones.  Wit. Jacob Holifield, Christy Moony.  #297, 3 October 1812.[232]

1816 - 26 Dec. Rutherford Co. will of Adam Mooney mentions that he purchased land from James Queen.

1820 - the federal census for Rutherford Co. NC includes:
page 362 - “Merida” [Meredith?]
p. 384 - James Queen, age 26-44 (310010-12010)
P. 393 Hency Queen, age 45 or older (000001-00001) and Joseph Queen, age 16-25, (00100-20110).  Nearby are numerous Upton households.
[233]

1827 - Rutherford Co., NC marriage bond for Polly Queen and David Hall, dated March 11, 1827, bondsman James Queen.[234]

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.
[235]

1832 - Rutherford Co., NC Estates, Orphans, and Others, January 1832
The court appointed William Grayson administrator on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of Isaac Grayson, dec’d – he entered into bond to Montfort Stokes Esqr. Governor &c in ₤50 with JAMES QUEEN for security, and was duly sworn as such.  He then prayed an order of sale of said estate which was granted.
[236]

1833 - a James Queen received a land grant for 100 acres in Rutherford Co., NC 20 dec. 1833.[237]

1833 – BGSOTC 36(2):68   (Rutherford Co., NC Road Docket, 1833)
December 1833
The court appoints Elijah Hunt overseer of the road from the ford of Bryer
Creek to the fork at Robt. Divinney's with the hands of Wm. Grayson, Jinkins
Devaney, Wm. Hunt, Absalom Hunt, Jonathan H. Jones, Wm. McFarlin Jr., John
Hicks, Lewis Vanzant, Josiah Jones, Saml. McFarland, George Painter, Spencer
Melton, JAMES QUEEN, Benja. Devaney, Thomas Payne, Alexander Going, Martin
Sisk, Bartlet Sisk & Thomas West to work. (Wm Grayson former overseer).

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 12th Congressional District of NC, held on August 13, 1835, in Rutherford Co., NC. [238]
No other Queens listed in Rutherford Co.

1841 – RCNC Record of estates, Re-B, p. 54, Sale bill of Absalom Hunt deceased, 24 February 1841.  List of purchasers includes James Queen, ….James Queen Cr. (Sr.?), …… and James A. Queen, among many others, including several interrelated surnames, like Deviney, Upton, Melton, Towery  and Grayson.[239]

1843 - Cleveland Co., NC Records of Estates, May 1843, page 70: List of property of the estate of James Smith dec’d sold at the late dwelling house of the dec’d.  9 February 1843 by (administrators).  (Purchasers included JAMES QUEEN among many others.)[240]

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.[241]  Jamison Queen and James Haul appointed executors. (Other sources say that Jameson was son of this James Queen.)  The will was witnessed by Alfred Jones and Edward Upton.
Rutherford County, NC Record Of Estates, Volume B, Pages 548-550 - A list of  the sale of the personal property of estate of James Queen decd and held the 31st day of July, 1845 - Purchasers: Alfred Jones, Wm W. Jones, John Crow, Jno Taylor, W H Taylor, Jamison Queen, James Jonson, Elizabeth Jonson, Robert Jamson, Hampton Queen, Widow, W.A. Queen, H.H. Houser, A.J. Queen, B.G. Grayson, Thomas Painger, John Hix, A.H. Sims, J. Queen, John Queen, Levi Towry, John Pealton.
  Rutherford County, NC Record Of Estates, Volume B, Pages 551, gives an inventory of his property.
Other estate papers for this James Queen are found in Rutherford County, NC Record Of Estates, Volume B, Page 715 and Rutherford County, NC Record Of Estates, Volume B, Page 724-725.
Vicky Hutchings of Lebanon, TN and Don Queen of Penn Valley, CA have copies of these documents.

No date - Roger Adcock reports that a Cleveland Co., NC descendant states that James and Sarah Jones Queen were the parents of Mary (abt. 1801- ), Pleasant (abt 1810 - ), Letty (1815- ), Alfred J. (1817 - ), Richard Merideth (1817 - ), James Jameson (1818 - ) and Hamilton (or Hampton (no birth date).[242]

1846 - there is a young child named James Queen, age 7, in Lincoln Co., NC.[243]  Names of parents aren’t given on this list.  This James may be the orphan son of James, above.

 

other James Queens

1808 – A James Queen is among the signatories of a petition dated November 1808 to the NC General Assembly, requesting that the name of Burrtown be changed to Erwinsville, from “residents in the SE corner of this county,” because “the conduct of Aaron Burr late Vice President of the U States has been such as to render him infamous.[244]  This James is listed as one of the Grand Jurors of RCNC Superior Court, October Term 1808.

1810 - Rutherford Co. NC deed from William Jones to James Queen.[245]

1813? - a Rutherford Co. NC will[246] of Adam Mooney gives his land to wife Susannah, and includes the phrase “....including the land purchased from Tilpha (or Zilpha) Hogue and James Queen.”  The Hogues are often mentioned in documents about the Queens.  Rebecca Queen, daughter of old William Queen, married Stephen Hogue, and Tilpha/Zilpha may have been their daughter.[247]

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 (age 50-59; 10120001-000201, one female slave 24-36) is on p. 461A, and Hugh Queen is on p. 482 (2nd regiment).

1832 -  Lincoln Co., NC records dealing with the estate of Thomas Ferguson, deceased, mention James Queen and his wife Sarah (Ferguson) Queen of Lincoln Co., NC and James and Mary (Ferguson) Queen of York Co., SC.  James and Mary sell their share of Thomas’ estate to James Queen.[248]

1832 - 29 March, Rutherford Co., NC - James Queen is surety for the marriage bond of Jonathan H. Jones and Polly Hunt.

1833 – October.  RCNC Bastardy records: State vs. James Queen.  #4.  Bastardy – Phereby Taylor.  Appeard and gave bond to indemnify the county and was discharged on payment of costs.[249]

1833 - Dec. 1833, James Queen granted 100 acres in Rutherford Co., NC.[250]

1833 - Alfred and Jamison Queen were chainbearers in a survey of land sold to James Queen, apparently in Rutherford Co., NC.[251]

1835 - a Rutherford Co., NC Poll Book, listing the voters in an election that year, includes the following Queens, all in Taylor’s Precinct: James Queen, Jr., Charles Queen, Pleasant Queen, Richard Queen, and J.A. Queen.[252]

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.[253]

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.[254]

1840 - the federal census for Rutherford Co., NC includes [255]
(p. 261) Jane Quean age 70-79, living alone, but with 2 male and 4 female slaves;
(p. 302)  James Quean age 30-39 [010001-11001], along with James McFarlin, Wm Hunt, James Devieny and Wm Grayson; [see also Patsy Queen, daughter of William Grayson]
James Quean age 60-69 [000100001-11000101- no slaves), Jimson Queen age 20-29 [00001-10001-no slaves] and Alfred Quean age 20-29 [00001-10001-no slaves],(all on p. 305);
and p. 339, William A. Queen age 30-39. 
There is also an “Alick Quin” on p. 266, a  C. Quinn on p. 275, and an Oliver Quin on p. 263.

1841 – RCNC Record of estates, Re-B, p. 54, Sale bill of Absalom Hunt deceased, 24 February 1841.  List of purchasers includes James Queen, ….James Queen Cr. (Sr.?), …… and James A. Queen, among many others, including several interrelated surnames, like Deviney, Upton, Melton, Towery  and Grayson.[256]

1841 -  4-16-1841 Rutherford Co., NC Deed:  "James A. Queen and Patsey Queen his wife heirs of Wm Grayson, Dec'd" sell their inheritance in the estate to Jno M. Grayson for two
hundred dollars.  Patsey Queen was the daughter of William Grayson, judging from the RCNC will of William Grayson dated 2-16-1841, which named “My son Benjamin, my daughter, Patsey Queen; my daughter, Elizabeth; and my daughter, Sally Deviney.”  Later mentions, "my son and three daughters that is Benjm Grayson, Sally Deviney, Patsey Queen and Elizabeth Grayson".  Witnessed by Joseph Taylor, Jno M. Grayson, Jos D. Deviney.
[257]

1850 - the Haywood Co., NC federal census includes Samuel Queen (p. 140), Maxwell Queen (p. 154), J.F. Queen (p. 170), Nathaniel Queen (p. 171), Mary Queen (p. 187), John R. Queen , William Queen, and Americus Queen (all on p. 188) another John Queen (p. 189), James Queen (p. 192), and Margaret Queen (p. 203).
This J.F. Queen was 27M, b. NC, with wife Ibby 21F, and children William 5M and Adaline 2F, all b. NC.  They were sharing the dwelling of Sarah Smith 30F b. KY, and her children.
[258]

The James Queen listed was 42M farmer, $200 real estate, b. NC, illiterate; wife Ibby 36F b. NC, and children John 14 M and Hugh 13M, both in school and b. NC.
[259]

1850 - the federal census in Union Co. GA  lists the following Queens:
p. 107 - Isaac Queen, 44M b. NC, with wife Ruth 47 b. NC, and children Alfred 17, George 11, John 8, Jerry 5, and Isaac 2, all b. NC.
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 b. NC, and wife Sarah 44 b. NC, and 6 children including one named Meraday.
[260]  This James Queen is listed as James C. Queen on the 1860 Union Co., GA census.  Judging from the ages and birthplaces of their children, they moved from NC to GA 1841-1844.[261]

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.
[262]

 

James A. Queens (more than one)

1835 - a Rutherford Co., NC Poll Book, listing the voters in an election that year, includes the following Queens, all in Taylor’s Precinct: James Queen, Jr., Charles Queen, Pleasant Queen, Richard Queen, and J.A. Queen.[263]  William Greyson, Jr. and John M. Grayson (see below) are in this precinct as well.

1841 - Rutherford Co., NC will of William Grayson rec. March 1841 names daugher Patsy, who married James A. Queen.  James and Patsy Queen sold their share to John M. Grayson.[264]

1883 - Cleveland Co. NC will of James Alfred Queen written Jan. 13, recorded 17 November, names wife Mary Queen, “my mother Martha Queen, and no other heirs.  This will was witnessed by A.N. Goins and A.W. Horton, with Franklin Whisnant as executor.[265]

There is a James A. Queen (“Sept. 18, 1848 - Aug. 15, 1902”) buried in the Providence United Methodist Church Cemetery, Sandy Mush, Rutherford Co., NC.[266]

 

James Henry Queen - probable son of Samuel and Dicey Rolls Queen[267]

1808 - born 10 Oct. 1808, in NC.  Died 3 Oct. 1890 in Jackson Co., NC.[268]

1829 - Haywood Co. NC marriage bond for James H. Queen and Ely (Isabella) Bryson (dau. of John Bryson), 17 Oct. 1829, surety William (B.) Queen, wit., Jno. B. Love.[269]

1830 - The Macon Co. NC census also has a James Queen[270], age 20-29 (with wife age 15-19, and no children), p. 16; along with a John (R.) Queen, age 20-29, p. 17; Mary Queen, age 30-39, p. 20; and William (B.) Queen, age 20-29, p. 32.  John R. and William B. Queen are sons of Samuel Queen, making it likely that James H. is as well.
Macon Co. was formed from Haywood Co. in 1828.

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.[271]

1838 - a Henry Queen is listed in Co. F, the Macon Co. Volunteers, of the Indian Removal North Carolina Regiment.[272]  Maisie Queen Young believes that this may be James Henry Queen.[273]

1840 - The Haywood Co. NC federal census includes (p. 108) - Maxwell Queen, age 30-39; p. 111 - Harmon Queen, age 40-49; 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 (S.) Queen, both 20-29; and p. 127, James (H.) Queen.

1850 - Haywood Co., NC federal census, (p. 192, family # 865):  James Queen 42, $200 real estate, b. NC, illiterate; Ibby 36 NC, John 14 NC, Hugh 13 NC.[274]  John  is John Bryson Queen, and “Hugh” is Samuel Houston Queen, who went by  the nickname “Hute”.[275]
Others on this Haywood Co., NC federal census include Samuel Queen (p. 140), Maxwell Queen (p. 154), J.F. Queen (p. 170), Nathaniel Queen (p. 171), Mary Queen (p. 187), John R. Queen , William Queen, and Americus Queen (all on p. 188) another John Queen (p. 189), and Margaret Queen (p. 203).

1880 - the Cleveland Co., NC federal census shows a James H. Queen, age 70 and wife Isabel, age 65, p. 278.  Nearby are Samuel H. Queen, 41M with wife Dorcus E. and two children, Joseph Queen 27M with wife Linda and 3 children, John B. Queen 26M servant for A. Henry, and Samuel Queen 21M servant of John Cogdill.[276]

1890 - he died 10 Oct. 1890, and is buried in Old Field Cemetery, Jackson Co., NC.  His headstone says he was born 10 Oct., 1808.[277]

1900 - Jackson Co., NC, Scott’s Creek township, line 90: Samuel H(ouston) Queen b. 6-1839, Darcus J b. 8-1839, Isabell Queen (widow of James H. Queen) b. 3-1812, “married 32 years, 4 children.”[278]
This Samuel H. Queen is evidently son of Isabella and James H. Queen.  He and his wife Darcas are both buried in the same cemetery as James H. and Isabella.  Isabella’s headstone reads, “wife of James H. Queen - born March 7, 1812, died December 11, 1902.”
[279]

 

James S. Queen, son of  William Lewis Queen, Jr.[280]

1819 - born 23 Feb. 1819 in Rutherford Co., NC.[281]

1845 - Haywood Co. NC marriage bond for James Queen and Keziah A. (Avaline) Haynes 22 Sept. 1845, surety H.P. Haynes, wit. Wm Haynes.[282]

1850 - the Macon Co. NC federal census shows a James S. Queen, age 32, b. Rutherford Co., NC, along with Kizziah A. 31F b. “Missori”, William H. 3M b. Haywood Co., NC, and John H. 2M b. Haywood Co., NC.[283]
Nearby (p. 364) is John Queen, 34M b. Burke Co., NC and his family.
Also in the county, but not adjacent, are William Queen, age 60, b. Rutherford Co., NC, and Matlack Queen, age 10 and apparently an orphan (see their entries for this date).

1860 - Jackson Co., NC census (formed 1851 from Macon and Haywood counties), #545, listed with 8 children.

1870 - Jackson Co., NC census, #1,p. 294 with 10 children.

1893 - died 29 May 1893 in Jackson Co., NC. This James S. Queen and his wife are both buried in Old Field Cemetery, Jackson Co., NC.[284]

Jameson Queen, son of James Queen

1833 - Alfred and Jamison Queen were chainbearers in a survey of land sold to James Queen, apparently in Rutherford Co., NC.[285]

1840 - the federal census for Rutherford Co., NC includes [286]
(p. 261) Jane Quean age 70-79, living alone, but with 2 male and 4 female slaves;
(p. 302)  James Quean age 30-39 [010001-11001], along with James McFarlin, Wm Hunt, James Devieny and Wm Grayson;
James Quean age 60-69 [000100001-11000101- no slaves), Jimson Queen age 20-29 [00001-10001-no slaves] and Alfred Quean age 20-29 [00001-10001-no slaves],(all on p. 305);
and p. 339, William A. Queen age 30-39.
There is also an “Alick Quin” on p. 266, and an Oliver Quin on p. 263.

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.[287]

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.[288] 

1860 - the federal census for Burke Co., NC lists Jimerson Queen (p. 774), Solomon Queen (p. 819) and Tobias Queen (p. 820).[289]

1862-3 - Jameson Queen (Burke Co. 1860 census) had a son James W. Queen.  James enlisted 10 May 1861 at Morganton for 12 months service as 4th Sergeant in Co. E, 16th NC. James was of Burke Co. and was 19 and unmarried. He was mortally wounded 30 June 1862 at the battle of Malvern Hill and died 1 July 1862 in Richmond. His estate administrator was his father Jameson Queen who received a setlement of $74.55 in September 1863.[290]

 

The Posey Downs book, “The Captain Benjamin Newton-William Downs and Other Lineage History”, states that Jamason Queen was born 17 May 1818 and married Mary Jones (b. 17 April 1819) on August 15, 1839.  Their children were Sarah E. Queen, J.W. Queen, J.H. Queen and M.A. Queen.  However descendants of this couple say that Mary’s surname was JEFFRIES, not Jones, citing family records.[291]
After the death of Mary Jones Queen, Jamason Queen married Anna Griffin, b. 4-20-1840, and they had 3 more children - William Grant Queen, Wade Hampton Queen, and Pinkney Gaither Queen.
[292]
This Jamason Queen died 22 June 1901, and is buried in the cemetery at First Methodist Church in Lincoln Co., NC.
[293]

 

Jane Queen, daughter of William Lewis Queen, Sr.

1807 - marries Joshua Hall, 11-5-1807, Rutherford Co., NC; bondsman, William L. Queen.[294]
Said to be the daughter of William L. Queen, and full name Virginia Jane Queen.
[295]  Also said to have moved to Webster, NC with Joshua and family (and, by implication, her father William Lewis Queen in 1829.  Originally in Haywood Co., this area was in Jackson Co., NC after the formation of that county from Macon and Haywood Co.s in 1851.[296]
This family is living in Macon Co. NC in 1850, dw. # 833.

 

Other Jane Queens

1828 - Wilkes Co., NC marriage bond for Levi Brotherton and Jane Queen dated 27 March 1828.[297] 

1840 - the federal census for Rutherford Co., NC includes [298]
(p. 261) Jane Quean age 70-79, living alone, but with 2 male and 4 female slaves (is this the wife of Timothy Queen, Sr., who is said to have married Jane Henson?  seems too young for this Jane.  So, who is this Jane?  Queens who owned slaves included William [L.?] in 1790, Henson in 1800, and Hugh Queen, in 1810 and 1830 [but the 1830 census doesn’t show a woman Jane’s age in his house.  A mystery);
(p. 302)  James Quean age 30-39 [010001-11001], along with James McFarlin, Wm Hunt, James Devieny and Wm Grayson; [see also Patsy Queen, daughter of William Grayson]
James Quean age 60-69 [000100001-11000101- no slaves), Jimson Queen age 20-29 [00001-10001-no slaves] and Alfred Quean age 20-29 [00001-10001-no slaves],(all on p. 305);
and p. 339, William A. Queen age 30-39.
There is also an “Alick Quin” on p. 266, and an Oliver Quin on p. 263.

1846 - Jane Queen (possible daughter of Henson Queen) married Henry Johnston.  This couple is on 1850 Rutherford Co., NC federal census, Dw. # 1764.[299]

 

Jane Queen - daughter of John Queen of Cleveland Co., NC

1832 - born 14 January to John and Synthia Goins Queen.[300]

1853 - married David Hoyle 9 Oct. 1853 in Cleveland Co., NC.

1866 - Cleveland Co. NC probate record,[301] naming wife Cynthia, sons Laban, Joseph, George, William, and Meredith (dec’d), and daughters Jane Queen Hoyle (husband, Daniel), Nancy, and Margaret.

1917 - died 11 Nov. in Cleveland Co., NC, and is buried in St. Paul’s Baptist Church cemetery.[302]

 

Jean Queen

1822 - will of Mary Orr, dated 5 June 1814, admitted to record Oct. Court 1822, to Maxwell Queen, Jean Queen, Olivine Queen, Mary Queen, and Margaret Queen, Jr.; executor William L. Queen [Jr.?].  Witnesses: James McNeeley, Wm Downs, Elizabeth Downs.[303]

 

Jesse Queen - son of David Queen of Wilkes Co., NC

1837 - Wilkes Co., NC marriage bond for Jesse Queen and Nancy  Milsaps, dated 29 August 1837.[304]

1850 - the federal census of Wilkes Co., NC shows James Queen (p. 277), Radford Queen (p. 329), and Jesse and “Sirus” Queen (both on p. 375).

 

John Queen - possible son (or brother) of patriarch William Queen (based upon age and location)

1768 - a John Queen is listed in Rowan Co., NC.[305]  Rowan Co. at this time included MANY other present-day counties, and had no western border.

1771 - 25 Jan, Rowan Co., NC Bill of Sale from John Queen to Jacob Browne for sundry things is ordered recorded in the P&QS Minutes.

         - a John Queen is mentioned in the Rowan Co., NC P&QS Minutes (1763-1774) on 15 Feb. 1771: King vs. John Queen.

1779 - a Jonathan Queen is on the Montgomery Co., NC Voter List.[306]

1779 - 20 April, John Queen of Mecklenburg Co. was one of the witnesses of a deed of sale of 200 acres on Sugar Creek at auction by the High Sheriff, in recovery against the administrators of William Walker, dec’d, for  debt of L105 and Court Costs.[307]
This land is probably within or south of present-day Charlotte, NC  Sugar Creek runs S. from the western side of Charlotte into SC and the Catawba River, forming the boundary between York and Lancaster Counties there.

1779 - Sept. 27, John Queen is granted 100 acres on south side of Catawba River on Tindles (Tindalls) Creek, up creek for complement including Williams’s Cabin.[308]
Oct. 8, John Quene (sic) granted 100 acres beginning John Mattox’s lower line on N. side of Catawba River, down for complement.
[309]
He may have left, sold or forfeited this land: April 24, 1780, “William Murray reenters the Entry of Land formerly entered by John Queen, joining John Mattox’s entry on the lower end and William James’s on the upper end, lying on the North side of the Catawba River in Burke Co., containing a hundred acres.”
[310]

1780 - listed on a Montgomery Co., NC map (circa 1800) as having been granted a tract of land in 1780.  The only other Queen on this map is “Henson Queen, 1793”, on an adjacent tract.  Nearby is Elias Butler.[311]

1782 - Montgomery Co. Land Grant Survey, 10 August 1782, survey for John Queen, 50 acres on Big Rocky Creek, including the mouth of Little Rocky Creek.  Chainbearers: Timothy Queen, Lewis Hunt.[312] This land is in present-day Montgomery Co., about ten miles S. of Troy, NC.

1783 - a Jno. Queen was granted 50 acres in Montgomery Co., NC Oct. 1783.[313]
Oct. 12 1783, John Queen enters 60 acres in Montgomery Co., border above the mouth of Rish Branch on E. side of Little River.
[314]

1791 - Montgomery Co., NC Land Entry, 21 May 1791 - Samuel Poor enters 100 acres on Rocky Creek, “joining John Queen’s old survey.”[315]
Montgomery Co. NC Land Grant Survey 31 August 1791 - Elias Butler, 25 acres on Rocky Creek, the NE side of PeeDee River joining John Queen’s 50 acre survey.
[316]

1808 - 6 July 1808, James Vinzant of NC to John Queen of the same county and state, 10 dollars, 2 acres on the south side of Little Broad River, part of a grant to Ben Shaw and conveyed from Robert Smith to James Vinzant by deed.  Wit. Robt. H. Taylor, Benjamin Earwood.  #11, 25 February 1811.[317]

1811 - John Queen to Henson Queen, 100 acres on First Broad River.[318]  Maisie Queen Young believes that this John is son of patriarch William Queen, and brother of Henson, and that this transfer was part of the estate settlement from their father.[319]

 

another early John Queen

1779 - 27 Sept. - Burke Co., NC - John QUEEN, 100 acres on S. side of Catawba River on Tindles Creek, up creek for complement, including Williamses cabin.  Entered 27 Sept. 1779.[320]
[N.B. Burke Co. in 1779 included much of present-day Alexander, Catawba, Caldwell, Avery and Burke Counties, as well as all NC co's west, which were N. of the Granville line]

1779 - 8 Oct. Burke Co., NC -  John Quene, 100 acres beginning John Matoxes lower line on N. side of Catawba River, down for complement.  Entered 8 Oct. 1779. "Not paid 4.10"[321]

 

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

b. abt 1774, according to Maisie Queen Young.

1786 - Burke County Land Grant Survey, 13 January 1786, Joseph Bullin, tract on Ward’s Creek. Chainbearers Jno. Queen, Jno. Craigo.[322]  This land is in present-day northern Cleveland Co., west of Casar, NC.  There was apparently a border disagreement between Tryon and Burke Co., with land originally in Burke Co. later in Tryon, then Rutherford, and finally Cleveland Co.

1790 - Burke Co., NC federal census shows a John Queen - 1 WM under 16, 2 females.[323]

1794 - Burke Co., NC Criminal Actions 30 March 1794: An Edward Green gives a deposition that he and a Mr. Jones, as they passed through Burke Co., fell in with John Queen, who asked them to join him in robbing a certain Mr. Sealey in Burke Co.

1795 - Burke Co., NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, April 1795: Case: John Quinn (sic) v. Robert Craig (Robert Craig and H. Stevile were the judges or attorneys who took the 1794 deposition, accusing John Queen of inciting to robbery).[324]

1796 - 5 March - Montgomery Co. Land Grant Survey:  Henson Queen, 50 acres joining the tract whereon he now lives.  Chainbearers: Elias Butler, John Queen.[325]

1798 - Burke Co. NC case was continued in the July and October Sessions.[326]

1805 - is on the Burke Co., NC List of Taxables: 200 acres, one poll (Capt. Miller’s Company).[327]

1806 - was bondsman for Rutherford Co., NC marriage of Selah Queen (his sister, perhaps Cecilia) to Jiles Carter.[328]

1808 - Rutherford Co. NC deed from Gustavis Hill to John Queen.[329]
Also a Rutherford Co. NC deed from John Viznant to John Queen.
[330]

1809 - Rutherford Co. NC deed from David Greenlee to John Queen.[331]

1809 - Rutherford Co. NC deed from Richard Johnston to John Queen.[332]

1811 - John Queen to Henson Queen, 100 acres on First Broad River, Rutherford Co., NC.[333]
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.

1814 - a John Queen of Burke Co. NC served in a detachment of militia, Regiment 7, Co. 3, in NC, in the War of 1812.[334]

1818 - Rutherford Co., NC Road Docket, 1818 – April 1818
The Court appointed Robert Divinny overseer of the public road from Bryer Creek to Wards Creek, with the following hands – Henry Workman, George Towery, Robert Sisk Jnr., Daniel Sisk, Hawkins Sisk, Thomas Hill, Jas. Short or Diviny, George McGlamery Jnr., Morgan Bracket, JOHN QUEEN, Wm. Stewart, Gyles Carter, John Fittsjarrel.
[335]

1820 - is on the federal census in Burke Co., NC, (p.41), age 45 and up (110001-30201), along with Moses Queen (son of William Lewis Queen, Sr.), (page 109), age 45 and older (210101-11001).[336]

1820 - a John Queen received a land grant in Burke Co., NC for 20 acres on 7 Dec. 1820.[337]  There are MANY subsequent grants to a Jamison Queen, Solomon Queen and Tobias Queen.

1826 -  Rutherford Co. NC will of Henson Queen dated 17 Mar 1823, probated April 1826, names wife Sarah, sons John, William; daughters Sarah Green, Ruth Upton, Jane Johnson, Caty Hicks, and Seley Carter; witnesses: D. Glass, Frs. P. Glass. [338]

1830 - marriage notice of James Alston Brackett and Miss Cena Queen, daughter of John Queen, on 31 August 1830, on Cove Creek, Burke Co., NC.[339]  In another site, I’ve seen this date as 1834.  Not sure which is correct.

1833 - Macon Co., NC marriage bond for Jesse W. Shearer and Margaret Queen (“daughter of John Queen), dated 26 Oct. 1833.[340]

1835 -  a Joseph and John Queen voted in the Cullowhee precinct in an election for the 12 Congressional District of NC, held on August 13, 1835, in Macon Co., NC. [341]  A Henderson/Henson Queen voted in the Franklin District of this county.  No other Queens listed in Macon Co.
1840 - the Macon Co. NC federal census includes a John Queen on p. 155, and Stephen and William Queen on p. 158.  MQY says that John Queen, Sr. is in the household of son John (W.) Queen, but EQ believes the opposite is true - namely that  this household is John Sr., with son John W. Queen, Jr. in his household.  If so, the older woman in this household is a second wife for John Sr., or another relative.  John W. Queen didn’t marry until later in 1840.

This John Queen, Sr. died in Macon Co., NC, sometime between 1850 and 1860.  His land was in the area of present-day Beechertown, just south of the current border between Swain Co. and Macon Co..  Queen’s Creek Lake and Queen’s Creek draw their names from him.[342]

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 Jones), Henson (md. Zilpha Glass), John W. (md. Martha Hickey).”[343]  This query MA be in error.  Others show the James who married Sarah Jones to be the son of William Lewis Queen, Sr.

 

John Queen, son of Thomas Queen, Rev. War soldier

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.[344]

1834 - a John Queen received a land grant in Haywood Co., NC for 50 acres on 3 Jan. 1834.[345]

1838 - Haywood Co. NC marriage bond for John Queen and Mary Martin, dau. of Robert, 20 Jan 1838, Surety Wm Blalock, wit. Wm Welch.  This John Queen is the son or grandson of Rev. War veteran Thomas Queen, and was born in AL abt. 1797, but returned to NC by 1838.
Maisie Queen Young states that Thomas moved about alot, and died in AL.
[346]

1838 - a John Queen received a land grant in Haywood Co., NC for 100 acres on 12 Dec. 1838.[347]


[220] sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98.

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

[222] Iredell Co. DB E, p. 647, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 9/98.

[223] a note from Larry McBroom <mcbroom@multipro.com>, descendant of James McBroom, also named in Francis Queen’s will.

[224] Iredell Co. DB E, p. 243, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 9/98.

[225] Iredell Co. DB H, pp. 319 & 424-425, , posted to QL by Teddy Noye 9/98. Also sent by Stephen McBroom ,mcbroom@multipro.com., citing Iredell Co. NC Deed Abstracts, 1788-1797, DB B, p. 279. His ancestor James McBroom is mentioned in Francis’ and Margaret’s wills, and migrated to Claiborne Co., TN with Francis’ son, James Queen in “the early 1800s”.

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

[227] 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.

[228] >From Wilkes County Heritage Book, abstract posted to QUEEN LIST by CAROL QUEEN 6/16/98.  Cornelius b. 1/1822 in Wilkes Co., son of Samuel.  Lists their children.  Etta, James and Hugh are siblings, and children of Joseph Queen, named in his 1827 Wilkes Co., NC will.

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

[230] BGSOTC 32:152, Nov 2004, a list of abstracts of RCNC Deed book 25, p. 256.

[231] Rutherford Co., NC Deed Book 26,  p. 392, cited in BGSOTC 33(1):30, 2005.

[232] Rutherford Co., NC Deed Book 26,  p. 686, cited in BGSOTC 33(3):138, 2005.

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

[234] from NC marriage CD, posted to the Queen List by Mandy Queen 7/21/98.  The CD apparently doesn’t show bondsmen and witnesses.

[235] BGSOTC 34(4):169, 2006

[236] Cited in BGSOTC 34(1):38, 2006

[237] NC Archives, Land Grants Book 141, page 86, sent by Dianne Sain 4/99.

[238]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.

[239] cited in BGSOTC 29(2):77, 2001.

[240] Cited in BGSOTC 34(4):175, 2006.

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

[242] Roger Adcock, <Roger1140@aol.com>, personal correspondence to QL 2/12/2000.

[243]  he appears on a list of students in the 19th district of Lincoln Co., NC dated 3 Oct. 1846, which was published in Gaston-Lincoln Genealogical Society Bulletin, Spring ‘90-91 issue, p. 167.

[244] BTSOTC 30(2): 74-75, 2002.

[245] >From the Rutherford Co. NC Deed Index at www.rfci.wdfloyd, 6/98, DB 25, p. 194.

[246] from Rutherford Co., NC Wills and Miscellaneous Records, 1783-1868, by James and Vivian Wooley, p. 123, posted to Queen List by Mandy Queen 7/21/98.  The date of this entry was cut off of the original, so the date is uncertain. The date of the next entry is 26 Jan 1814, and on p. 94 of the will book, so the transaction was in late 1813 or early 1814, most likely.

[247] MQY, personal correspondence 12/98.

[248] Lincoln Co., NC DB 35, pp. 174-178, sent to QL by VH 9/7/98.

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

[250] Rutherford Co., NC land grants, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98.

[251] posted to QL by Don Queen 8/19/98.

[252] Essau Huppeday (the publication of the Broad River Genealogical Society) 9(4):265-270, 1989.

[253]  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.

[254]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.

[255] National Archives microfilm #370, reviewed by RK 8/20-98.

[256] cited in BGSOTC 29(2):77, 2001.

[257] posted to QL 9/2001 by Gene Queen.

[258] Haywood Co. census, p. 170, dwelling #534, families 548 and 549, enumerated 2 Sept.

[259] p. 192, dw. 841.

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

[261] from Diane Sain, 9/2/98.

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

[263] Essau Huppeday (the publication of the Broad River Genealogical Society) 9(4):265-270, 1989.

[264] Rutherford Co., NC DB 44, p. 349.

[265] Cleveland County, NC will abstracts 1841-1910, # 597.

[266] Rutherford Co. NC Cemeteries Index, by WD Floyd, on his homepage.

[267] ancestor of Elizabeth Whitaker, <elwhitaker@shtc.net>.  She says he was born 1808, m. Isabella Bryson,  and d. 5 Oct. 1891.  She believes he may be a son of Samuel and Dicey Queen.  Contact her for more info.
MQY seems to share this hypothesis.

[268] presonal correspondence from Gene Queen, who provided a photograph of his headstone, with these dates.  Gene says his middle name is Henry, not Houston, as others have suggested.

[269] “Haywood Co., NC marriages”, posted to Queen-List by Carol Queen 6/11/98.  This marriage bond actually has the groom and the surety’s names reversed, a mistake by the clerk.  This is clear from subsequent census entries, where JAMES is the husband of Isabella.

[270] 1830 Census, Macon Co., NC, published by the Macon Co. Historical Society - sent to me by Elaine Randall English.

[271]  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.

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

[273] personal correspondence, 12/98.

[274] p. 192.

[275] The Families of Haywood and Jackson Counties, NC, by Robert Medford, p. 95.

[276] posted to QL by Gene Queen 8/24/98.

[277] Gene Queen e-mailed a photo of these headstones to RK 9/98.  James’s wife Isabella, is buried next to him.  Her stone reads, “Isabella Queen, wife of James H. Queen, b. 3-7-1812, d. 12-11-1902.”

[278] posted to QL by Gene Queen 8/24/98.

[279] Old Field Cemetery, Jackson Co., NC, photo’d by Gene Queen 9/98.  Samuel’s headstone says he was b. 6-26-1838, and died 7-5-1911.  Darcas’s says she was b. 8-30-1838, and died 10-23-1913.  Other Queens in this cemetery are James S. Queen, b. 2-23-1819, d. 5-21-1893 and his wife Kiziah A. Queen, b. 12-5-1819, d. 3-26-1897.

[280] being researched by Gene Queen, descendant of James S. and his son Wilson Ensley Queen.  Gene has considerable information on the descendants of this line, and has written at least one book on them.

[281] birth and death dates come from his headstone (see below).  Place of birth from the 1850 census, in which the census taker graciously listed the county as well as the state of birth!

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

[283] enumerated 10/05/1850; posted to Queen list by Vicky Hutchings 7/20/98.  p. 362, dw. 627/fam. 640.

[284] Old Field Cemetery, Jackson Co., NC, photo’d by Gene Queen 9/98. Headstones say James S. Queen, b. 2-23-1819, d. 5-21-1893 and his wife Kiziah A. Queen, b. 12-5-1819, d. 3-26-1897.

[285] posted to QL by Don Queen 8/19/98.

[286] National Archives microfilm #370, reviewed by RK 8/20-98.

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

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

[289] North Carolina, 1860, vol. 2, L-Z, Accelerated Indexing Systems, Intl. Inc., 1987.

[290] Jon Sellin, descendant, <jsellin@tec.army.mil>, personal correspondence, 3/2000.

[291] from Nancy Queen Wiley, <Mimiw@cs.com>: “I am the greatgranddaughter of Jamison Queen and Annie Griffin, Jamison's first wife was Mary Jefferies, not Mary Jones, I have since found out in the last year that Mary Jefferies is related to me on my Mother's side of the family, Her parents were Mary Patton and John Jefferies, and Mary Patton was the daughter of Robert Patton 11 and Elizabeth Dysart.  I don't know why the book list her as Mary Jones, but by personal knowledge of my father and grandfather, she was a Jefferies.
A similar message was received from another descendant, Don Queen <donqueen@inreach.com>.

[292] Downs, p. 356-7.  This book lists subsequent generations of the second family of Jameson Queen.

[293] from the NC Archives, sent by Dianne Sain 4/99.

[294] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), # 37.

[295] The Heritage of Swain County, North Carolina, published by the Swain Co. Genealogical and Historical Society, 1988, Bryson City, NC, p. 176 - write-up on the Hall family, by Willa Mae Trull.  Contains quite a bit of info on the Hall family (RK has a copy of this book).

[296] The Heritage of Swain County, North Carolina, published by the Swain Co. Genealogical and Historical Society, 1988, Bryson City, NC, p. 178-9 - write-up on the Joshua Hall family, by Lloyd W. Cowan.  Contains quite a bit of info on the Hall family (RK has a copy of this book).

[297] posted to QL 8/29/98 by Teddy Noye, from Marriage Index: KY,NC, TN, VA, WV, 1728-1850.

[298] National Archives microfilm #370, reviewed by RK 8/20-98.

[299] posted to QL by VH, 7-4-2000.

[300] personal correspondence from Dianne Sain, reportedly from Jane’s death certificate.  This certificate and that of her brother Laban vary as to their mother’s maiden name.

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

[302] personal correspondence from descendant Dianne Sain, <DianSain@aol.com>, descendant of John and Synthia, 8/30/98.

[303] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), #48. 

[304] posted to QL 8/29/98 by Teddy Noye, from Marriage Index: KY,NC, TN, VA, WV, 1728-1850.

·      [305] in NC Taxpayers, 1679-1790 (SGS).  Also in NC Genealogical Society Journal, vol. 9, issue 4: List of Taxables in Rowan Co. 1768 - List of Wm Millikan, John Queen - one poll (now in southern Guilford and northern Randolph Counties, according to Vicky Hutchings, who posted this to the Queen List 7/8/98).

[306] NC Genealogical Society Journal, Vol. 10, Issue 1.

[307] DB 10, p. 356, cited in General Deed Abstracts of Mecklenburg County, NC, Books 10-14, by Herman W. Ferguson (SGS).

[308] Burke Co., NC Land Records, 1779-1790, vol. II, abstracted, compiled, and indexed by Edith Warren Huggins, p. 17 [#1606, p. 531].

[309] Burke Co., NC Land Records, 1779-1790, vol. II, abstracted, compiled, and indexed by Edith Warren Huggins, p. 24 [#1687, p. 558].

[310] Burke Co., NC Land Records, 1779-1790, vol. II, abstracted, compiled, and indexed by Edith Warren Huggins, p. 39 [#1847, p. 614].

[311] Map posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/30/98, from the Montgomery Co., NC Historical Society.

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

[313] from Montgomery Co., NC land grants index at State Archives, Book 50, page 143, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98.

[314] Abstracts of Land Entries, Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, State Genealogy Library, Raleigh NC, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98.  Entry #385.

[315] Abstracts of Land Entries, Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795, State Genealogy Library, Raleigh NC, posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98. entry  673.

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

[317] RUTHERFORD COUNTY N.C. DEED BOOK 26, p. 386, cited in BGSOTC 33(1):29. 

[318] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), #46.

[319] personal correspondence, 12/98.

[320] From Burke Co., NC Land Records 1770-1790 and Important Miscellaneous Records 1777-1800, vol. II, by Edith Warren Huggins, Southern Historical Press, 1985, #1606, p. 531.

[321] From Burke Co., NC Land Records 1770-1790 and Important Miscellaneous Records 1777-1800, vol. II, by Edith Warren Huggins, Southern Historical Press, 1985, # 1687, p. 558.

[322] Philbeck data posted to Queen List by Carol Queen, 6/98

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

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

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

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

[327] NC Genealogical Society Journal, vol. 8, issue 4, posted to Queen List by Vicky Hutchings 7/98.

[328] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), # 37.

[329] >From the Rutherford Co. NC Deed Index at www.rfci.wdfloyd, 6/98, DB 24-26, p. 191.

[330] RCNC Deed Book 26, p. 386, cited in BGSOTC 33(1):29, 2005: 29  p. 386, 6 July 1808, James Vinzant of NC to John Queen of the same county and state, 10 dollars, 2 acres on the south side of Little Broad River, part of a grant to Ben Shaw and conveyed from Robert Smith to James Vinzant by deed.  Wit. Robt. H. Taylor, Benjamin Earwood.  #11, 25 February 1811.

[331] >From the Rutherford Co. NC Deed Index at www.rfci.wdfloyd, 6/98, DB 25, p. 71.

[332] >From the Rutherford Co. NC Deed Index at www.rfci.wdfloyd, 6/98, DB 24-26, p. 318.

[333] 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.

[334] posted to Queen list by Carol Queen, 7/21/98.

[335] Cited in BGSOTC 34(1):21, 2006.

[336] National Archives reel #83, Burke Co., NC, page 109 (stamped #), reviewed by RK 8/20/98.

[337] NC Archives Land Grants, Book 134, page 344, sent by Dianne Sain 4/99.

[338] 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.

[339] NC Genealogical Society Journal, vol. 8, issue 2: “Marriage and Death Notices from Extant Rutherfordton Newspapers, 1830-1850”.

[340] posted to QL 8/29/98 by Teddy Noye, from Marriage Index: KY,NC, TN, VA, WV, 1728-1850.

[341]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.

[342] MQY, 12/98.  She and her family fished there often, when she was younger.

[343] NC Genealogical Society Journal, vol. 5, issue 2, dated 05/1979, posted to Queen list, 7/8/98.

[344] 1830 Haywood Co., NC federal census microfilm, reviewed by RK 8/20/98 at National Archives, Seattle branch.

[345] NC Archives Land Grants, Book 141, page 124, sent by Dianne Sain 4/99.

[346] personal correspondence, 12/98.

[347] NC Archives Land Grants, Book 145, page 106, sent by Dianne Sain 4/99.

 

 

 

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