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Patsy Queen

1841 - Rutherford Co., NC will of William Grayson rec. March 1841 names daugher Patsy, who married James A. Queen.[549]  James and Patsy Queen sold their share to John M. Grayson.[550]

Peggy Queen (see also Margaret Queen)

1791 - marries John Mafarlin/Mcfarlin, 4-14-1791, Rutherford Co., NC.[551

1827 - Rutherford Co. State Docket, Jan. 1827: State v. Meredith Queen and Peggy Queen, adultery.[552]

Peter Queen

1783 - a Peter Queen witnessed a land tax transaction in Rutherford Co., NC.[553]

1834 - a Peter Queen witnessed the Davidson Co., NC marriage bond for Bride Katharine Crotts & Groom: Philip Helmstetler, , Bond Date: 04 Feb 1834, Record #: 02 051, Bondsman: Michael Crotts,Bond #: 000038463.[554]

Phoebia (Febia) Queen

1810 - Burke Co., NC marriage bond for George Seely and Febia Queen, 16 Jan. 1810.

Pleasant Queen [555]

1832 – BGSOTC, vol. 36(1):25-26  (Rutherford Co., NC Road Docket, 1832)
September 1832
Court appointed John Price overseer of the road from the ford of the river
at Robt. Divinney's to David Hogue's with the hands of Hezekiat Blankenship,
Elijah Melton, David Hogue, George White, Alfred Mooney, Jno. M. Grayson,
Henry Melton, Wm. J. Long, Littleton Osborne, Wm. Melton, Eli Melton,
Jonathan Waters, Robert McFarland, Elijah Parker, Eli Carpenter, Daniel
Lookado, John Bower, Solomon Mooney, Daniel Melton Jr., Jno. H. Lilly
(Lillies), Wm. Grayson Jr., PLEASANT QUEEN, Andrew H. Sims, Noah
Biggerstaff, Littleton Sims, CR. Raines, McGhee, Woodens, Wm. Adams & his
own hands to work.

1833 – BGSOTC 36(2):66-67   (Rutherford Co., NC Road Docket, 1833)
September 1833
The court appointed William J. Long overseer of the road from the ford of
the River at Robert Devaney's to D. Hogue's with the hands of Hezekiah
Blankenship, Elisha Melton, George White, Alfred Mooney, John M. Grayson,
Henry Melton, John Price, Littleton Osborne, Wm. Melton, Elie Melton, Jona.
Waters, Robert McFarland, Elijah Parker, Eli Carpenter, Daniel Lookado, John
Bowers, Solomon Mooney, Daniel Melton, Jr., John Lilly, Wm. Grayson Jr.,
PLEASANT QUEEN, A.H. Sims, Noah Biggerstaff, Littleton Sims, C.R. Rains(?),
McGhee's, Woodens, Wm. Adams, John F. Lea, Saml. P. Carson & Co., Thomas
Womack, Wm. F. Collins, William Betts, Jno. McFarland & Co., Edward Carlos &
Co., Anderson Moore, William Dermitt to work out the same according to law.

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.[556]

1840 - appears on the Union Co., GA federal census, the only Queen in the county.[557]

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 and wife Sarah 44, and 6 children including one named Meraday.
[558]

1860 - the Whitfield Co., GA federal census, 9th district, includes Pleasant Queen and family, p. 636.[559]

1870 - The Williamson Co., TX federal census includes the following Queens (#s are dwelling #s):
620 - Queen, Pleasant 63 farmer NC, with wife Martha, and 6 children, all b. GA.
621 - Queen, James 38 GA
[560]

1896 - Millie Ann (Queen) Walk, daughter of Pleasant Queen, files an affadavit in Rush Springs, Indian Territory, naming her six siblings: James Marion Queen, Wilborn Wilson Queen, William Jamison Queen, Sarah Elizabeth Hales, Lou Allen Queen, and John Nelson Queen.  She stated that all but John Nelson Queen (who died on or about Dec. 4, 1871, and had never been married and has no other heirs) are alive and of legal age.  She appears to be asking to execute a power of attorney to act for the children of Pleasant Queen.  This was evidently sent back to BURKE COUNTY, NC.[561]

Polly Queen - daughter of Francis Queen of Iredell Co., NC

1811 - 25 Sept., Azel Sharpe to Joseph Queen for 85 Pds., 149.5 acres waters Rocky Creek, adj. Polly Queen.[562]

1833 - 7 May, Hosea Redmon of Iredell Co., NC, executor of estate of Joseph Queen, deceased, to Levi Brotherton and wife Jane (formerly Jane Queen of Wilkes Co., sister of Joseph) for 70 Pds. for theiir share of 140.5 acres in Wilkes Co. on the waters of Rocky Creet adjoining Polly Queen.  Witnesses Ellis Queen and William Millsaps.[563]

other Polly Queens - see also Mary Queens

1815 - Burke Co., NC marriage bond for Polly Queen and Robert Hall, dated 18 Nov. 1815.[564]

1827 - Rutherford Co., NC marriage bond for Polly Queen and David Hall, dated March 11, 1827, bondsman James Queen.[565]

no date - a Mary (Polly) Queen, b. abt.1823, married Thomas Brackett (b. abt. 1825), according to descendants.[566]  This couple moved in the mid-1840’s to Union Co., GA.
 

Radford Queen – son of David Queen of Iredell Co., NC
See under his father, David Queen.

Rebecca Queen - daughter of old William Queen

abt 1758 - born, judging from her cemetery inscription (see below).

1790 - Wilkes Co., GA deed from Stephen Hoge (Hogue) and Bekah (Queen) Hoge to William Miles, a tract on McKlenur Creek, for two slaves.[567]

no date - married Stephen Hogue (see below).  Stephen Hogue is mentioned often in Queen documents, and was the administrator of Wm Queen’s estate in 1801 (see below).

1813 - Order for “Rebecah Houges dower in lands” was made on 5 April 1813, and appears in the Rutherford Co. NC Appearance Docket for that Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions.[568]

29 Aug. 1830 - died “in her 72nd year”, according to inscription, Golden Valley Cemetery[569] (south of a tract of land sold to (her father) William Queen by the Speculation Land Company).  Buried beside her husband Stephen Hogue, “d. 1802, in his 45th year.”[570]

 

other Rebecca Queens

1845 - Haywood Co. NC marriage bond for Rebekah Queen to Kindred Reeves, 7 Oct. 1845.  Bondsman was Franklin Francis.[571]  This family is on the Haywood Co., NC federal census, dwelling no. 988.

 

Reuben Queen[572]

circa 1786 - born in NC (calculating from ages on the 1850 and 1860 federal censuses).

circa 1804 - married Mary Butler, dau. of Elias Butler in Montgomery Co., NC.[573]

1810 - may be the “R. Queen” found on the federal census in Montgomery Co., NC - (00100-10100).[574]

1816 - survey of land for Reuben Queen, with chaincarriers Elias Butler and Jesse Hurt.[575]

1817 - 06 December, received a land grant in Montgomery Co., NC for 50 acres.[576]

1818 - deed from Reuben Queen to Tinch Carter, witness Thos. Butler, chaincarriers Chas Butler, Nealy Butler, Hopkings and Hurt.[577]

circa 1822 - moved with family to Carroll Co., TN.[578]

1826 - “A list of letters remaining at the post office in Huntingdon on September 30, 1826,  John M'Clelam, postmaster:  (includes)- Reuben Queen.” [579]

1830 - sells 250 acres in Carroll Co., TN to Elias Butler; on Carroll Co., TN census.

1836 - appears on a Carroll Co., AR tax list.[580]

1847 - was in Milam Co., TX with family.  Later was in Williamson Co., TX (formed out of Milam Co.), then by 1851 is in Bell Co., TX, and by 1856 in Lampasas Co., TX, where he died between 1860-1870.[581]

 

Richard Queen

1796 - Rutherford Co., NC marriage bond for Richard Queen and  Margaret Snider“of Lincoln Co.”, dated 3-27-1796.  Surety were William White and Benjamin Wilkinson, wigtnessed by D. Camp.  Richard signed with an “X”.[582]

1803 - a Timothy Queen claimed 100 acres “ on the waters of Buffalo Creek, joining the lands of Richard Queen, David Warlick and Charles Thompson” in Lincoln Co., NC Oct. 5 (Entry # 1847).  A Richard Queen claimed 40 acres there “on the Canoe Hollow branch of Buffalo Creek, adjoining Charles Thompson, Daniel Camp, and his own land  Oct. 24 (Entry # 1851).[583]

1803 - buys from Burkel (or Barnet) Snider 176 acres on Buffalo Creek, Lincoln Co., NC.[584]  [There are THREE Buffalo Creeks in present-day Lincoln Co. and that part of Cleveland Co. that was formed from Lincoln Co. in 1841.  One is in NE Cleveland Co. just west of the county line separating it from Lincoln and Gaston Counties, WNW from Cherryville; another flows into this one, from SW Lincoln Co.  Both these are quite close to the land owned by William Lewis Queen Sr. and his son Meredith Queen.  The other Buffalo Creek is in SE Cleveland Co., W of Kings Mountain, NC, and flows S. into Cherokee Co., SC]

1810 - Richard Queen is on Rutherford Co., NC federal census, p. 429 - age 26-45 [32010-31200- no slaves-$100/50] (along with Hugh Queen, Jr.,. and a Hugh Queen Sr., William, Sr. and William, Jr.).[585]

- There is also an “R. Queen” on the Montgomery Co. NC census (00100-10100),along with an “S. Queen”, (40010-10100).
[586]

1810 - is on the federal census in Burke Co., NC (p. 131), apparently age 10-15, (04000-31101), along with a Moses Queen, age 26-44 (20010-10010).[587]

1820 - federal census in Buncombe Co. NC, shows the following:
p. 117 - Richard Quene age 45 and older (620001-01111)
p. 108 - Samuel Queen, age 45 or older (101211-00211) and William Queen, age 16-25, (101100-10100).
[588]
There is ALSO a Richard Queen in Wilkes Co., NC, age 45 or older (100001-10010).
[589]

1830 - on the federal census for Rutherford Co. NC (10141001-12001001), along with “George Quinn” and William A. Queen.  Both are old enough to be George’s father (William A. may be the married man, age 20-29, in this latter household, with an elderly single man 70-79 there as well).

On this same census for Rutherford Co., p. 506, is Richard Quin (102210001-11001001), apparently age 60-69.  Nearby (p. 503) are George Quin (12111-200101) age 20-29, Pggy Quin (0100000-0002001) age 40-49, James Quin (10201-21001) age 20-29, and Merody Quin (102210001-11001001) age 50-59 [or 20-29, if the older individuals are frail parents]; also nearby (p. 497 is Martin Quin (30001-00001) age 20-29.
[590]

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.[591] 

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.

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.[592]

1845 - Richard Queen appears on a list of students in the 3rd district of Lincoln Co., NC.  No age is given.[593]
In 1850, there is a Richard H. Queen, age 10, b. NC, in the household of John and Sarah Leinhardt, Lincoln Co., NC.  Probably is the same child, an orphan related to Sarah.
[594]

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).[595]

1850 - The Rutherford Co. NC census includes a Charles Queen, p. 209;  John and Meredy Queen, p. 212;
in a different cluster (Twp = Whitesides Sett), there are Medith Queen (p. 287), Richard Queen (288), and William Queen (291).
This Richard Queen is age 35, b. NC with wife Ruth 22F, Rebecca 6F, and Mary 6/12, all b. NC.
This Richard could not read nor write.
[596]
Next door on one side is A.I. Deviney, 32M and wife Rachal, age 30; on the other is William Grason, 36, and wife Cristina, 34. Other Grason/Grayson and Melton families are in the area.

In another cluster (also Twp = Whitesides Sett) are Richard Queen (p. 345) and Daniel and James (p. 343) and Edward and Thomas (p. 344) Upton.
[597]
THIS Richard is 39M laborer, b. NC, with wife Ruth 26F, Mary 9/12, and Rebecca SISK, age 8, all b. NC.
[598]

1860 - Rutherford Co. federal census, p. 613, First Broad settlement:
Richard Queen, age 94, born in NC (therefore b. 1765-66). No other Queens are in his household, but B.E. Rollins 35M Bapt. minister and his wife Mary 24F are there.  Next door is Elias Queen 44M cooper, b. NC, no real estate, could read, along with wife Mary 44F, Alfred 15M, Elvira 13F, Thomas 12M, Laura 10F, Elias 9M, Mary 7F, and Wm 2M.
Also on this census, in the Golden Valley P.O. district,
[599] are Meredith (p. 621, age 46), William (p. 624, age 48), and Richard Queen (p. 624, household 538, next to William, age 38); this Richard is a day laborer, with no personal or real estate, and could not read or write.  His wife (name appears to be Pantha), 35, is also illiterate.  Children are Rebecca 16F, Polly 10F, James 8M, Nancy 5F, Wm 3M, and Thos. 2M.
Next to this Richard is Daniel Upton (household #539), age 59 b. NC, with considerable wealth.
and in the Cedar Creek P.O., district, W.A. Queen (p. 679, age 55).
[600]

 

Ruth Queen - daughter of Henson and Sarah Queen

1789 - a Rutherford Co. NC marriage bond dated 20 Aug. 1789 for Thomas Upton and Ruth Hambee shows William Queen and William Monroe as bondsmen.[601]  Thomas Upton died in Rutherford Co., NC and left a will, recorded March 1841, naming wife Ruth, and children Daniel, Edward, Thomas, Mary, Rebecca, Elizabeth and Sarah.
Mandy and others have postulated that this Ruth is the daughter of old William, or possibly of Henson Queen, and that Ruth married first a Hambee, and second Thomas Upton. 
According to another reference, Ruth WAS the daughter of Henson and Sarah Queen, and her brothers were William and John Queen.
[602]  This source cites Thomas Upton’s 1833 will, and has much more information on the Upton family.

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. [603]

1850 - Macon Co. NC federal census[604] shows Ruth Upton, “age 100” in the household of Thomas Upton, age 50, b. Rutherford Co., NC.

 

Samuel Queen - son of patriarch William Queen[605],[606]

1759 - born in NC.[607]

1785 - buys 300 acres on Knob Creek from Abraham Clark.  Deed witnessed by William Queen (brother), who lives nearby.[608]  This land is in the northern part of present-day Cleveland Co., east of Casar, NC, near the Lincoln Co. line.

1786 - 2 March, William Queen of Rutherford Co., NC sells to John Helterbrand of Lincoln Co., NC two tracts of 240 acres and 260 acres on Knob Creek.  Wit. Shad Hogan, Samuel Queen.[609]

1788 - Jan. 1788 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Rutherford Co. NC: attachment against 300 acres, the property of Samuel Queen.[610]

1788 - marries Dicy Rolls, 2-21-1788, Rutherford Co., NC.[611]

1791 - on Lincoln Co. NC census, 4th Company, 1 free WM 16+, 1 WM<16, 2 WF, no slaves.[612]

1790 - Lincoln Co., NC summons for Samuel Queen to give evidence in the case of Polk v. Rinehart.[613]

1792 - NC General Assembly Sessions Records include a petition for Rutherford Co. signed by William Queen and Samuel Queen.[614]

1793 - A Samuel QUINN appears on the April 1793 Court Docket in Rutherford Co., NC, for bastardy.  Woman not named.  Bail posted by Joseph Bullin & Robt. Cook.[615]

1796 - Samuel Queen of Buncombe Co., NC to Benjamin Beaver 300 acres on Knob Creek (Rutherford Co., NC), witnesses Stephen Hogue, Thomas Upton.[616]  [N.B.: Buncombe Co. formed in 1791 from parts of Rutherford and Burke Counties.  And this Samuel’s Rev. War pension application states that after the war he lived in “Rutherford, Burke, Buncombe, and Haywood Counties.”]

1800 - the Rutherford Co., NC federal census, p. 138, has the following Queens: John Queen, age 16-26 - 10100-20100 [son of old Wm?  Thomas Queen b. 1745 also had a son named John, b. 1774[617]].)   William Queen, age 45 and older, with wife of similar age; Samuel Queen, age 26-45, with wife and 6 children [21010-21010]; William Queen, age 45 or over, with wife 26-45 and 11 children or young adults; Meredith Queen, age 16-25 with wife and two daughters 0-9; Timothy Queen, age 45 or older, with wife and 3 children or young adults; and Timothy Queen, Jr., age 26-45, with wife and two children.[618],[619]

1806-1808 - “By entry dated January 25, 1806, and Grant issued November 11, 1808 (Grant No. 1706), Samuel Queen took out a 100 acre Land Grant located in what was then Buncombe County, but now Henderson County, at the mouth of and on both sides of a tributary of the S. Fork of Mills River.” (see below, 1824 for more detail) [620]  A William Queen received a land grant there in 1821 (brother or son?).[621]

1810 - There is an “R. Queen” on the Montgomery Co. NC census (0010010100),along with an “S. Queen”, (40010-1010001-8).[622]

1810 - the Buncombe Co. NC federal census includes a Samuel Queen, age 45 or older, 22101-11201.[623]

1811 – from “Rutherford Co., NC Estates, Orphans, etc.:”
January 1811, cont.
Andw. Taylor con returned to this court a judgment and execution at the instance of Davis Stockton vs. Saml. Queen for the sum of $10.16 1/2 with the following return thereon (by virtue of the above execution I have levied on 90 acres of one tract and 16 of another joining on the waters of the North Fork of First Broad River.......
(no more abstract - evidently a long entry)
[624]
- also,
18 April 1811, William L. Queen Sr. of RCNC to Edward Towrey of the same, $32 paid to Samuel Queen and $6 paid to himself, 127 acres on Wards Creek joining Michael Hufsetlers and Polly Hunt, being part of a grant to Robert Collingwood.  Wit. A. Whiteside, Mareday Queen.  #274, 21 August 1812.[625]

1820 - federal census in Buncombe Co. NC, shows the following:
p. 117 -
Richard Quene age 45 and older (620001-01111)
p. 108 -
Samuel Queen, age 45 or older (101211-00211) and William Queen, age 16-25, (101100-10100).
[626]

1824 - Samuel Queen grants to Lawrence Sitton 100 acres on Mills River, Buncombe Co. NC.[627]  According to one source, this deed states that the grantor (Samuel) was living in Haywood Co. when the deed was executed, and that this tract was on both sides of a tributary of the South Fork of Mills River, which earlier was known as Ireland’s Mill Creek, but subsequently (and still is) called Queen’s Creek.[628]

1829 - In Haywood Co., NC, Samuel and “my brother William L. Queen” attest in a court deposition that they were Rangers from the state of GA in Rev. War.[629]

         - pension application says he lived in Rutherford, Burke, Buncombe, and Haywood Co.(“now Macon Co.” [ present day Jackson Co.) NC.[630]  Names widow Dise/Dicey, m. 9-8-1782 in Rutherford Co. NC, Dicey died 9-13-1849, apparently at the home of her son Lewis Queen of Union Co., GA.

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.[631]

1832 - “served in Rev. war as substitute for Timothy Queen” (his brother).[632]

1832 - October Court, Macon Co. NC, Samuel Queen personally appeared to vouch for “his brother” William L . Queen’s Rev. War service.  Stated he was 73 at the time.  He stated “When I was at the siege of Savannah, my brother was elsewhere, and although we seldom served together, I can testify that he was a very active and useful soldier....”.  He signed the statement with an “X”.[633]

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 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 Timothy 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.

1842 - died 22 Aug. [634] in either Haywood Co., NC[635] or in Georgia.[636]  His widow Dicy/Dise applied October 1846 for his pension from Union Co., GA, age about 83,” and died 13 Sept. 1849.  A son, Lewis Queen continued the pension affidavit in Union Co. GA.[637]

 

Samuel Queen of Rabun Co., GA

1850 - the federal census for Rabun Co., GA, includes Hugh Queen (family # 231), 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.[638]
also on this census is William Queen (family 173), Samuel Queen, 70M b. GA (#174), and Hence Queen, 27M b. NC (#147)

1853 - 20 January, Samuel Queen gives 100 acres in lots 62 and 63, 2nd district of Rabun Co., GA to Anna Queen, daughter-in-law, “for love and affection, to the wife of my son William Queen; for her lifetime and after her  decease to my grandson Samuel Queen, “free from the control of her husband.”[639]

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 prior  to this date) 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.[640]
Later was paid $60 for the strip of land; states his land (and that of Elizabeth) was in Lot 63 in 2nd district of Rabun Co.
[641]

1856 - 19 Sept., Samuel Queen of Rabun Co. GA sells 12 acres of Lot 62, 2nd district to William A. Carr for $500; witnessed by M.M. Hunicutt and James P. Quilliam, J.P.[642]

1857 - 12 May: Sam P. Queen deeds to William A. Carr 100 acres in Lots 62-63, 2nd District, signed by Samuel P. Queen, witness A.M. Maulden, rec. 23 Dec 1858.  Adjacent land owners William Woodall, Martha Woodall, John Thomas, Steccoa Creek.[643]

1858 - Samuel Queen, SR. to daughter Clovian Thomas, 3 acres of lot 62, 2nd District, “for love and affection,” witnessed  by William Thoma and James M Quilliam, J.P., recorded 26 Jan 1858.[644]

1859 - Samuel Queen’s land sold by sheriff Beavert to William A. Carr, apparently seized after a judgement against him, and for F.A. Bleckley; Samuel ordered off the land, 100 acres in lots 62-63, 2nd District.[645]

1860 - Samuel Queen to Anna and William Queen land in lots 62-63.  Deed filed 1853, but not recorded til 1860.  Numerous other deeds for this Samuel Queen in Rabun Co., GA.[646]

 

other Samuel Queens

1816 - Haywood Co. NC marriage bond for Timothy Queen and Mary Ann State 4 Dec. 1816, surety Samuel Queen.[647]

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.[648]
The older of these two is Samuel, son of William, in all likelihood.  Who is the other?
[649]

1843 - Haywood Co. NC marriage bond for Samuel Queen and Susan Rhinehardt 19 June 1843, surety John Farmer, wit. W. Brown.[650]

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 Samuel is 24, b. NC, a farmer with $50 real estate; his wife is Susannah 22 b. NC, and children are Harmon R. 5M, mary A. 2F and Joseph 10/12M, all b. NC.  Samuel and Susannah were illiterate.

 

Sarah Queen, wife/widow of Henson 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.

 

Sarah Queen, wife/widow 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.[651]  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.

1850 - Rutherford Co. NC federal census shows Sarah Queen living alone, age 65, b. NC.  Next door on one side is George and Darcus Taylor, both age 29; and on  the other are Mary Hall, 40F and daughter Elizabeth, age 17.[652]  This Mary Hall is apparently Mary Queen Hall, the widow of David Hall, whom she married in Rutherford Co. 11 March 1827.
Nearby (apparently all in Whiteside settlement) are Merith Queen, Richard Queen and William Queen.

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 Queen 77 NC.[653]

 

other Sarah Queens

1820 - Rutherford Co., NC marriage bond for Reuben Proctor and Sarah Queen, dated June 15, 1820.[654]

1835 - 12 January , a Sarah Queen and an Alfred Queen were among the purchasers of items from the (very large) estate of Jacob Michal, deceased, in Rutherford Co., NC.[655]  Over 100 pages of this record book were required to list all the purchasers and items.

1846 - Rutherford Co., NC marriage bond for Posey H. Morgan and Sarah Queen, dated May 4, 1846.[656]  This family is on the RCNC census in 1850, dwelling # 706.

1846 - Lincoln Co., NC marriage bond for Sarah E. Queen and Jasper N. Holland.[657]  This family is on the LCNC federal census in 1850, dw. # 423.

 

Selah Queen - daughter of Henson Queen

1806 - marries Jiles Carter 1-14-1806, Rutherford Co., NC; bondsman John Queen.[658]

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. [659]

1858 - applied for  Rev. War pension for the service of her deceased husband, Giles Landon Carter, from Knox Co.,TN.  Husband had died 26 July 1856 in Roane Co., TN “aged nearly 100.”
Apparently the application mentions Samuel and William (Lewis) Queen of Rutherford Co., NC, though no relationship is stated.
[660]

1860 - “Celia Carter” died Knox Co., TN, age 75, born NC, died January 1860.[661]

 

Sirus Queen - see Cyrus Queen.

 

Solomon Queen – (presumed son of Moses Queen, b. bet. 1770-1775)

1850 - the federal census for Burke Co., NC includes: [662]
p. 352 - Solomon Queen, 46M farmer, with wife Sophronia 30F, and 3 children - Moses 10M, Solomon 6 and Tobias 2,. all b. NC;
p. 358 - Hamilton Queen, 25M farmer with wife Elizabeth 26F and two children;
p. 399 - Alfred Queen 35M b. NC, with wife Martha 35F and 5 children, all b. NC.

1860 - the federal census for Burke Co., NC lists Jimerson Queen (p. 774), Solomon Queen (p. 819) and Tobias Queen (p. 820).[663]

No date - Solomon’s wife Sophronia (“Fannie”) was the daughter of William R. York and his second wife, Catherine Smith. William R. York migrated to the South Mountains from Randolph County and settled in the vicinity of Ward's Gap, which at that time was part of Rutherford County. He was given a land grant for a large boundary of land, including the land where Mt. Gilead Baptist Church is now located. Some of this land he gave to his daughter Sophronia/Fannie, who was married to Soloman Queen. Records show Sophronia York Queen and Soloman Queen gave forty acres of this land to establish a church and burial ground. Solomon Queen and wife Sophronia York Queen are buried in a small plot across the road from where Mt. Gilead Church is now located.[664]

 

Stephen Queen

1840 - the Macon Co. NC federal census includes a John Queen on p. 155, and Stephen and William Queen on p. 158.

 

Thomas Queen

1753 - born in Anson Co. NC, later moved to Burke Co. NC.

 - later (after Rev. War) moved from NC to Union Co., SC, then to Elbert Co., GA, then to Bedford Co. TN, then to Morgan Co. AL.[665]  Said to have died in AL in 1845 (see below).

No date - is referred to as an American Rev. War soldier from NC in Pierce’s Register, vol. II, Book AA, p. 1-44 inclusive, p. 187.[666]

1780 - entered service in Rev. War in Burke Co., NC March 1780, and served a total of 15 months, under SC officers (probably recruited by these officers in NC for SC service), and fought mostly in SC.  Was in the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC, losing his horse during the battle (NC S32280).[667]

1832 - applied for Rev. War pension in Morgan Co. AL, where he lived 1 Sept. 1832, age about 80.  Was granted a pension of $55 per annum.  States he enlisted in Burke Co., NC. and d. March 15, 1845 in Madison Co. AL, wife Elizabeth.  Children: Margaret (m. Michael Butler), Nancy (m. Andrew Bain, who died bef. 9-1-1832), John, Elizabeth, Elliott (dead before 9/1/1832, no heirs) and James (dead before 9/1/1832, no heirs).
His widow died shortly thereafter, in the same year.
[668]
His son John married Mary Martin 23 July, 1825 in Morgan Co., AL.
[669]

1845 - died in Madison Co. AL 15 March 1845, according to below.

No date - is listed in Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution, along with Francis and William L. Queen.[670]

 

Timothy Queen, Sr.

1763 - appears on Anson Co. NC Tax List (“Timothy Quinn”), along with (father?) William Quinn (Queen) and (brother?) Henson Quinn (Queen).[671]

1766 - Anson Co. Land Grant Survey, 17 June. Survey for John Hunt, 200 acres on Little River at mouth of Cedar Creek.  Chainbearers: Henry Coats, Timothy Queen.[672]  This land is now in Montgomery Co., just E. of Troy, NC.

1772 - Rowan County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 7 May 1772: The King v. Timothy Queen.  100 pounds bond with securities William Queen, Moses Perkins, George James, and Henry King.[673]

1782 - Montgomery Co. Tax List, 100 acres, 4 horses or mules, 6 cattle.[674]  (N.B.: Montgomery Co. was formed in 1779 from Anson Co.)    

       - 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.[675] This land is in present-day Montgomery Co.

1793 - Lincoln Co., NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, Oct. 1793: State v. Timothy Queen, Defendant found not guilty.[676]

1794 - 1 August, Michael Osburne to Timothy Queen, 50 acres on Floyd’s Creek.[677]  This land is in the southern part of present-day Rutherford County, just south of Forest City, where Floyd’s Creek flows south into the Broad River.  This land was about 20 miles west of the land of Hugh Queen (1766), raising a possible relationship of these two men.

1800 - the Rutherford Co., NC federal census, p. 138, has the following Queens: John Queen, age 16-26 - 10100-20100 [son of old Wm?  Thomas Queen b. 1745 also had a son named John, b. 1774[678]].)   William Queen, age 45 and older, with wife of similar age; Samuel Queen, age 26-45, with wife and 6 children; William Queen, age 45 or over, with wife 26-45 and 11 children or young adults; Meredith Queen, age 16-25 with wife and two daughters 0-9; Timothy Queen, age 45 or older, with wife and 3 children or young adults [00101-01101]; and Timothy Queen, Jr., age 26-45, with wife and two children.[679],[680]

 

[549] Rutherford Co. NC Will Book E, p. 77

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

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

[552] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), #53.

[553] DB I (“eye”), p. 403, cited in Rutherford Co. NC Abstracts of Deeds, 1773-1775, p. 56, by CH Davis, 1973. (SPL)  This was a deed from Charles Stice to John Stanford, for 50 acres on the s. side of the First Little Broad River, dated 3 Dec. 1783.

[554] 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.

[555] some researchers have this Pleasant as son of James and Sarah Jones Hall Queen, and grandson of William Lewis Queen, Sr.   The basis of this assertion isn’t clear at this time.

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

[557] page 006, National Archives microfilm #52 -  information from Jerry Dyer, jldyer1@brinet.com, 10/98.

[558] from Carol Queen 8/2/98, citing <ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenwebb’ga/union/census/18500001.txt>. Another source cites p. 268, 85 district.

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

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

[561] from the NC Archives:  Queen, Pleasant, 1896, Burke Cty., CR 014.508.45, obtained by VH, 3/99.

[562] Iredell Co., DB H, p. 285, , posted to QL by Teddy Noye 9/98.

[563] Wilkes Co. NC DB N, p. 358, , posted to the QL by Teddy Noye 9/98.

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

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

[566] Terry Thompson, <gterry@carol.net> and Jean Easterling, <JEaste6515@aol.com>.

[567] Wilkes Co., GA Deed Book GG, p. 462, among Philbeck data posted to QUEEN LIST by CAROL QUEEN 6/24/98.

[568] published in BGSOTC 27(2):52, May 1999.

[569] located in Rutherford Co., NC, north of Casar, just off  highway 226 : (USGS 7.5' x 7.5' Map: Dysartsville, Latitude: 353113N,  Longitude: 0814724W.

[570] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), # 41.  Stephen Hogue had been granted letters of administration on the estate of William Queen in 1801 (see #40).

[571] from Vicky Hutchings, 7/24/98.

[572] being researched by descendant Teddy Noye, <TNoye@aol.com>

[573] posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/26/98.  This is an estimate, based upon the birth of their first child, Sarah, b. 1805.

[574] p. 36, age 16-25.  Also on this census is “S. Queen”, age 26-45, and family, on p. 36.  Teddy feels sure this is his Reuben, since Reuben’s children born around 1810 were born in “Salisbury District, Montgomery Co., NC” according to their descendants.

[575] posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/24/98.

[576] NC Land Grants, Book 123 (or 132), p. 3, sent by Dianne Sain, 4/99.

[577] posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/24/98.

[578] His 7th child was born Feb 1821 in Montgomery Co., NC according to his death certificate;  and Reuben’s name appears on several court documents (Jury list, indictment and guilty plea for assault and battery) in 1823.   In 1825, he was appointed commissioner to lay off and mark a road from Huntington, TN to the Natchez Trace.  (from Teddy Noye)

[579] Genealogical Abstracts from Tennessee Newspapers, 1821-1828", compiled by Sherida K. Eddlemon, Heritage Books, pg. 50.

[580] from Teddy Noye.

[581] from Teddy Noye.

[582] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), # 37.
ALSO full text posted to QL by Teddy Noye 8/25/98, purportedly from NC State Archives, Raleigh.

[583] from “Bits and Pieces”, Lincoln Co., Historical Association, Inc., Oct.-Dec. 1980, p.?, a list of “Returns of lands from the Entry takers Office from the 1st of January to the 31st of December, 1803 inclusive.”
NC Archives C.R. 060.404.2 - Lincoln County Land Entries (copy in RK’s file, under Richard Queen).

[584] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), # 42: DB 23, p. 394, 8 Feb. 1803.

[585] 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).

[586] Montgomery Co. NC census, p 36(stamped).  Nearby are many Butlers, include Elias, E. Joshua, and Thomas.

[587] p. 131 (stamped #), reviewed at National Archives 9/18/98 by RK.  They were on the final page of the Burke Co. census.

[588] National Archives reel #83, reviewed by RK 8/20/98, p. 117.

[589] National Archives reel #83, reviewed by RK 8/20/98 - page 371 (stamped; p. 533 handwritten).
This census enumerator listed people in roughly alphabetical order by the first letter of their FIRST name.

[590] personal review of census microfilm #124 (SPL), 5/13/98 by RK.

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

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

[593] Gaston Lincoln Genealogical Society Bulletin, Winter ‘90-91, p. 128. No other Queens listed.

[594] Lincoln Co. NC federal census, National Archives reel #636, p. 243, reviewed by RK 8/20/98.

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

[596] enumerated 8/23/1850, dwelling no. 832, family no. 848, Whiteside settlement, posted to Queen list by Vicky Hutchings 7/20/98.

[597] from the USGenWeb site for NC, posted to Queen List 7/13/98 by Mandy Queen.

[598]enumerated 8/24/1850, dwelling no. 1661, family no. 1711, posted to Queen list by Vicky Hutchings 7/20/98, and confirmed by RK 8/20/98 at National Archives.  This Richard could read and write, but Ruth could not.  All were b. NC, including Rebecca Sisk.

[599] Golden Valley is in Rutherford County, NC. Until the end of the French and Indian War (called the Cherokee war in the South) the present Golden Valley community of Rutherford County technically lay within the predecessor counties of Rowan and Anson. The boundary between them was the Granville Line., an east-west bearing which passed through Golden Valley a short distance north of Fairview Baptist Church. First permanent residents arrived in about 1750.  In the later 1700's WIlliam Whiteside and Samuel Stockton moved their families from Virginia to the surrounding areas of the Golden Valley and their community was called the Whitesides Settlement. Around the turn of the 19th century most mem bers of the Whiteside family sold their many tracts of land on First Broad River to many new settlers.. Among these were John Queen and William Hunt. The Golden Valley was in 1800 a settled community of rather large farms nestled along the valleys between low  mountain ridges. Most of the farmers were prosperous and serveral owned numbers of slaves. Most of the valuable land had been claimed. But soon there came a new land rush, this time for gold!   Prior to 1850, North Carolina was the primary gold-producing area of the nation, and Golden Valley was in the heart of the gold belt. The old name of "Whitesides" fell into disuse as two post offices were established in the flourishing community , an upper one called Golden, and a lower one located at Gamble' s store.
Ultimately the name of the Golden Post Office was adopted and the entire area at the head of First Broad River became known as "Golden Valley."  According to Clarence Griffiiin in his “History of Rutherford County, 1937-1951,” the 1950 census showed 705 as the population of Golden Valley Township, a figure that apparently has increased a lot up to the present.  In the decade of the fifties Highway 226 was built and for the first time Golden Valley was opened to east-west cross-country traffic.

[600] enumerated 19 June 1860 - National Archives microfilm reviewed by RKL 8/20/98.

[601] posted to the Queen list 7/20/98 by Vicky Hutchings.

[602] from Benjamin Brackett of the Carolinas, by Shirley Adair - abstracts posted to QL by bettyknight@hotmail.com 12/30/98.  Ruth Queen Hambee(Hamby)(c1760 SC - 1850c) m. 20 Aug 1789 to Thomas Upton (1762 - Dec 1733). Her father is given as Henson and Sarah Queen. William Queen and John Queen are listed as her brothers.
Marr. Bond 0000136445, Bondsmen: Wm. Monroe, Wm. Queen. Witness Isaac Whiteside. Thomas Upton's will (1833) names wife Ruth Upton Rutherford Co., NC will abstract #855.

[603] 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.

[604] posted to Queen List by Mandy Queen 7/21/98, stated “Tennessee Valley, dwelling # 488, family # 498.

[605] an extensive writeup on this individual was written by Chris Queen of Sylva, Jackson Co., NC in 1962, and posted to the QL by James B. Hardin on 8/22/98. 
This document says that Samuel served under Gen. Francis Marion in the Rev. War (from Rutherford Co., which seems in error - his pension application says that he “served from GA”; however, this was the testimony of his son in 1852, well after Samuel’s death; in any event, Samuel’s family was always in NC from what I can ascertain), later moved to the Mills River section of what is now Henderson Co., NC, settling on a creek which came to be known as Queen’s Creek, then later moved west to Jackson Co to the Caney Fork section, settling mostly on Johns creek, a tributary of Caney Fork.  It states that he is buried in the cemetery at East LaPorte, NC (contradicting the below).

[606] 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 differs from the above in that it notes Samuel was in Rutherford Co., at the time of his marriage in 1788 (no comment about earlier), and that both Samuel and Dicey died in GA, where they had moved with their youngest son, Lewis Queen.
Both accounts include the same 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”).

[607] Rev. War pensions, File R8541 abstract., Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file).

[608] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file.). DB A-D, p. 350.

[609] Philbeck data posted to QUEEN LIST by CAROL QUEEN 6/24/98: Rutherford Co. DB -1, p. 23-25.

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

[611] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file.), # 37.  Interestingly his Rev. War pension application says they were married 8 Sept. 1782!  Faulty memory?  A review of the actual bond in the Rutherford Co., NC CH 8/98 reveals that the date IS 1788.

[612] posted to Queen List by Carol Queen 7/7/98.  N.B.: The Lincoln-Rutherford county border at this time was just east of Rutherfordton, I am told.  According to Ethel Stroupe, another Lincoln Co. researcher, the census taker for Lincoln Co. spoke no German, and thus left the German-speaking communities at Hoyles’, Clark, and Leeper’s Creeks last, not taking them til the summer of 1791, but his own explanation at the end of the census record.  Sam Queen lived in this area, and is listed among others on Clark’s Creek in this census, which was taken non-alphabetically, as the census taker went from farm to farm.

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

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

[615] BGSOTC 29(1):11, 2001.  The introduction to this article gives more information about bastardy bonds, etc.

[616] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file.). DB 7-9, p. 281.

[617] Note from Don Queen, <CLCSF@aol.com>, no documentation of DATE, but John is named in Thomas’s will - see under Thomas.

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

[619] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), # 39.

[620] the Chris Queen document, 1962. Also NC Archives Land Grants, Book 123, page 338.

[621] NC Archives Land Grants, Book 134, page 497.

[622] Montgomery Co. NC census, p. 36, reviewed at the National Archives, Roll 41, 9/11/98.

[623] p. 95 (2nd half), line 11.

[624] BGSOTC Vol. 32, Nov. 2004, p. 163.

[625] Rutherford Co., NC Deed Book 26,  p. 659, cited in BGSOTC 33(3):137, 2005.

[626] National Archives reel #83, reviewed by RK 8/20/98.

[627] Buncombe Co. DB 15, p. 47. Instrument dated 5-17-1824, recorded 1-2-1828.  Posted to Queen List by Carol Queen 7/8/98.

[628] TheChris Queen document, 1962.  Also found in The Buncombe County NC Deed Index, 1783-1850, p. 405, citing DB 13, p. 53..

[629] Rev. War pensions, File R8541 abstract., Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98.
Confirmed by reviewing a photocopy of the pension file 9/98.  This pension claim was rejected for insufficient proof.

[630] Rev. War pensions, File R8541 abstract., Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file).

[631] 1830 Haywood Co., NC federal census microfilm, reviewed by RK 8/20/98 at National Archives, Seattle branch.

[632] Rev. War pensions, File R8541 abstract., Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file).

[633] Rev. War pension File S9462, William L. Queen, copy sent to RK by Don Queen.

[634] [634] Rev. War pensions, File R8541 abstract., Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file).

[635] according to the Chris Queen document, posted to the QL by James Hardin, he died in NC and is buried in the cemetery at East LaPorte, NC.

[636] Heritage Book of Jackson Co.,NC, vol. 1, p. 402-403, an article on Samuel and Dise Queen by Andrew Queen, states that Samuel and Dise “lived their last years with their youngest son, Lewis Queen, in Union, GA.”

[637] Rev. War pension file Queen, Samuel R8541, posted to Queen List by <golddragon@mindspring.com> 7/21/98.

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

[639] Rabun Co. GA Old DB F, p. 127, transcribed to New DB T, p. 348, sent by Elaine Randal English.

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

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

[642] posted to QL by ERE 8/27/98.

[643] Rabun Co. GA Old DB E, p. 374, transcribed to new DB T, p. 255, posted to QL by ERE 8/27/98.

[644] Rabun Co. GA Old DB E, p. 390, transcribed to new DB T, p. 263, posted to QL by ERE 8/27/98.

[645] Rabun Co. GA Old DB F, p. 42, transcribed to new DB T, p. 303, posted to QL by ERE 8/27/98.

[646] see material posted to QL by ERE on 8/27/98.

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

[648] 1830 Haywood Co., NC federal census microfilm, reviewed by RK 8/20/98 at National Archives, Seattle branch.

[649] the Chris Queen document of 1962 mentions this second Samuel Queen in the section on Sallie Queen Broom (daughter of Samuel and Dise Queen): “...Uncle Billie [William Lewis Dewey Broom, son of Sallie; Sallie died in childbirth, apparently] married Mary (Polly) Queen, daughter of Sam Queen (not granddaddy Sammy) and then settled in Canada (Jackson Co.) NC, on the S. side of Rich Mountain adjoining the “Old Place”......Aunt Polly was born November 22, 1841 and died March 25, 1935.”

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

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

[652] enumerated 8/24/1850, dwelling no. 840, family no. 856, posted to Queen List by Vicky Hutchings 7/22/98).

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

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

[655] Rutherford Co., NC Record of Estates, Re-A, cited in BGSOTC 26:116, August 1998.

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

[657] posted to QL by VH, 7/4/2000.

[658] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file), # 37.
Also in Genealogical Abstracts of rev. War Pension Files, as posted to Queen List by Carol Queen 7/8/98.  This abstract states that Giles Landon Carter was a Rev. War soldier, R1756, GA Line, m. Selah Queen 1-14-1806 in Rutherford Co., NC, bond signed by John Queen.  Soldier and wife lived in Rutherford Co., then moved to Carter, McMinn, Knox and Rutherford Co., TN.  Soldier died 26 Jul. 1856 Roane Co., TN, aged nearly 100.  Widow applied 26 June 1858 Knox City, TN, aged bet. 75-80.

[659] 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.

[660] Pension file R.1756, GA Line.  Posted to QL by VH 8/24/98.

[661] posted to QL by VH 8/24/98, along with tax lists including Jiles Carter, Sr. & Jr. in Montgomery Co., GA,
1805-1806.  She says the Carters were in Rutherford Co. in 1820, Greene Co. TN in 1830, and McMinn Co. TN in 1840.

[662] microfilm Roll #241, personally transcribed by RK 8/7/98.

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

[664] Heritage of Burke County, page 480,, copyright by Burke County Historical Society, published by Hunter Publishing Company, 1981, Winston-Salem, NC. Article was written by Mary YORK. The article is #774.
Much more information on William R. York and his other descendants is available here.

[665] Rev. War pensions, File S32280 abstract., Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file).

[666] from ”Roster of  Soldiers from NC in the American Revolution” at Ancestry.com.

[667] from Rev. War Soldiers of Western North Carolina, Vol. 2 (Burke County) - abstract posted to Queen List by Vicki Shaffer, <dixey@ix.netcom.com> 2-28-98.  RK has his pension file, as well as this abstract.

[668] Queen, Thomas S322280 NC Line - posted to Queen List by <golddragon@mindspring.com> 7/21/98.

[669] from Wanza Barker Merrifield, 808 sugar Maple, Ponca City, OK  74604.

[670] p. 187. (SGS)

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

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

[673] Philbeck data, BGSOTC, August 1997, p. 135, sent by Don Queen 10/98.

[674] Maisie Queen Young data, sent to QUEEN-L by Carol Queen, 6/98 (copy in RK’s file).
Also in NC Genealogical Society Journal, vol. 9, issue 2.

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

[676] among Philbeck data posted to QUEEN LIST by CAROL QUEEN 6/24/98.  Also cited in Lincoln County NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, April 1789-April 1796 (Vol. 2), compiled by AW McAllister & KG Sullivan, 1987 (from Ethel Stroupe’s collection), p. 79.

[677] Rutherford Co. DB M-O, p. 541, among Philbeck Data, BGSOTC - August 1997, p. 140, sent by Don Queen.

[678] Note from Don Queen, <CLCSF@aol.com>, no documentation of DATE, but John is named in Thomas’s will - see under Thomas.

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

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