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Caleb Toler

M, b. between 1755 and 1774, d. 1818
FatherMathias Toler b. b 1734, d. b Jun 1797
MotherElenor Giddens? d. a 6 Jun 1797
     Caleb Toler was born between 1755 and 1774. He appeared on the census of 1790 at Craven County, North Carolina, with 1 male over 16 years, 1 male under 16 years, and 2 females. William Toler and [W1] sold land to Caleb Toler on 9 November 1790 at Craven County, North Carolina, for 5 pounds current money of the state for 50 acres more or less on Pine Tree Swamp. The land was part of Jacob Robinson's 300 acre tract.1 He married Margaret Daw on 4 February 1793 at Craven County, North Carolina.2
Caleb Toler sold land to James Reel on 31 May 1793 at Craven County, North Carolina, for 10 pounds current money for ten acres. The land was part of a patent to Jacob Robinson located on Pine Tree Swamp.3
Caleb Toler sold land to James Reel on 25 October 1793 at Craven County, North Carolina, for 13 pounds 5 shillings for 50 acres more or less on Pine Tree Swamp. This is the same land Caleb purchased from William and James Toler in 1790.4
Caleb Toler appeared on the census of 1800 at Craven County, North Carolina, with 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, and 1 female aged 26 to 45.
Caleb Toler received land from Reuben Calloway | | for $40 for 20 acres more or less on the north side of Little Swift Creek and near Long Branch. The land was part of a patent to Francis Willis in 1773. on 4 May 1807 at Craven County, North Carolina.
Caleb Toler sold land to Levin Dunn on 16 February 1810 at Craven County, North Carolina, for twenty pounds current money for twenty acres more or less on the north side of Little Swift Creek near Long Branch. The land was part of a patent to Francis Willis in 1773.5 Caleb Toler died in 1818. At the June 1818 term of the Craven County Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, administration of the estate of Caleb Toler is granted to James Toler on his entering into bond in 250 pounds with David Whitford and Elijah Callaway his securities. At the same term, James Toler entered into bond and qualified as administrator with permission to sell the perishable estate of Caleb.
At the June 1818 term of the Court of Please and Quarter Sessions, John Reel, David Whitford, Elijah Callaway, and Evan Jones were appointed commissioners to allot to Peggy, the widow of Caleb Toler, one year's provisions for herself and family. The year's allowance was returned and confirmed at the Septemeber 1818 term. He John Reel and David Whitford audited the accounts of the administrator of Caleb Toler on 12 May 1824 at Craven County, North Carolina. He (an unknown value).

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Margaret Daw

Citations

  1. [S25] Craven County Deed Book: 31, p. 177-179.
  2. [S21] Frances T. Ingmire, Craven County Marriage Records, 1780-1867, p. 114.
  3. [S25] Craven County Deed Book: 30 p. 183-184.
  4. [S25] Craven County Deed Book: 32, pages 464-465.
  5. [S25] Craven County Deed Book: 37, p. 788-789.

Mary Toler

F, b. circa 1790?, d. between 1860 and 1870
FatherCaleb Toler b. bt 1755 - 1774, d. 1818
     Mary Toler was born circa 1790? She married Evan Jones on 18 April 1810 at Craven County, North Carolina.1 Mary Toler married Moses Everenton on 13 May 1817 at Craven County, North Carolina.1 Mary Toler was living in 1860 in the household of Stephen G. Barrington. She died between 1860 and 1870.

Family 1

Evan Jones

Family 2

Moses Everenton d. b 1848
Child

Citations

  1. [S21] Frances T. Ingmire, Craven County Marriage Records, 1780-1867.

Margaret Daw

F
      Margaret Daw was also known as Peggy Daw. She married Caleb Toler, son of Mathias Toler and Elenor Giddens?, on 4 February 1793 at Craven County, North Carolina.1 At the June 1818 term of the Court of Please and Quarter Sessions, John Reel, David Whitford, Elijah Callaway, and Evan Jones were appointed commissioners to allot to Peggy, the widow of Caleb Toler, one year's provisions for herself and family. The year's allowance was returned and confirmed at the Septemeber 1818 term.

Family

Caleb Toler b. bt 1755 - 1774, d. 1818

Citations

  1. [S21] Frances T. Ingmire, Craven County Marriage Records, 1780-1867, p. 114.

James Reel

M, d. 1799
     James Reel married Sarah Ann (?).
James Reel sold land to Caleb Toler on 31 May 1793 at Craven County, North Carolina, for 10 pounds current money for ten acres. The land was part of a patent to Jacob Robinson located on Pine Tree Swamp.1
James Reel sold land to Caleb Toler on 25 October 1793 at Craven County, North Carolina, for 13 pounds 5 shillings for 50 acres more or less on Pine Tree Swamp. This is the same land Caleb purchased from William and James Toler in 1790.2 James Reel by contrivance and consent of Ellender Toler his mother sold land to William Toler on 6 June 1797 at Craven County, North Carolina, for five pounds current money for five and a quarter acres. The land was part of a patent to Jacob Roberson.3 James Reel died in 1799.

Citations

  1. [S25] Craven County Deed Book: 30 p. 183-184.
  2. [S25] Craven County Deed Book: 32, pages 464-465.
  3. [S25] Craven County Deed Book: 33, p. 351.

Sarah Ann (?)

F, d. 1803
     Sarah Ann (?) married James Reel. Sarah Ann (?) died in 1803.

Joshua Reel

M, d. 1803
FatherJames Reel d. 1799
MotherSarah Ann (?) d. 1803
     Joshua Reel died in 1803.

Levi Reel

M, d. 1818
FatherJames Reel d. 1799
MotherSarah Ann (?) d. 1803
     Levi Reel died in 1818.

James Reel Jr.

M
FatherJames Reel d. 1799
MotherSarah Ann (?) d. 1803
     James Reel Jr. witnessed a deed of James Toler on 23 May 1808 at Craven County, North Carolina; Levi and Polly GASKINS.1

Citations

  1. [S25] Craven County Deed Book: 40, p. 163-164.

Mary Reel

F
FatherJames Reel d. 1799
MotherSarah Ann (?) d. 1803

Sarah Reel

F
FatherJames Reel d. 1799
MotherSarah Ann (?) d. 1803

Elisha Reel

F
FatherJames Reel d. 1799
MotherSarah Ann (?) d. 1803

Elisha Dowty

M, d. 1792
FatherPeter Dowty d. c 1772
MotherRachel Johnson b. c 1720, d. a 1772
     Elisha Dowty was born at Northampton County, Virginia. He married Eliashe Jacob, daughter of Thomas Jacob, on 21 October 1772 at Northampton County, Virginia. Elisha Dowty died in 1792 at Beaufort County, North Carolina.

Eliashe Jacob

F
FatherThomas Jacob
     Eliashe Jacob died. She was born. She married Elisha Dowty, son of Peter Dowty and Rachel Johnson, on 21 October 1772 at Northampton County, Virginia.

Elisha Dowty

M
FatherElisha Dowty d. 1792
MotherEliashe Jacob

Mary Dowty

F
FatherElisha Dowty d. 1792
MotherEliashe Jacob

John Dowty

M
FatherElisha Dowty d. 1792
MotherEliashe Jacob

Thomas Dowty

M
FatherElisha Dowty d. 1792
MotherEliashe Jacob

Sally Dowty

F
FatherElisha Dowty d. 1792
MotherEliashe Jacob

Drucilla Dowty

F
FatherElisha Dowty d. 1792
MotherEliashe Jacob

Teagle Dowty

M, d. circa 1866
FatherElisha Dowty d. 1792
MotherEliashe Jacob
     Teagle Dowty died circa 1866.

Peter Dowty

M
FatherElisha Dowty d. 1792
MotherEliashe Jacob

Job Dowty?

M
FatherElisha Dowty d. 1792
MotherEliashe Jacob

Henry Peed

M, d. circa 1792
Father Peed
     Henry Peed married Tabitha Stringer. Henry Peed died circa 1792.

Tabitha Stringer

F
     Tabitha Stringer married Henry Peed, son of Peed.

Fanny Peed

F
FatherHenry Peed d. c 1792
MotherTabitha Stringer
     Fanny Peed married Amos Tuten, son of Thomas Tuten and Sarah Kennedy.

William Peed

M
FatherHenry Peed d. c 1792
MotherTabitha Stringer

John Peed

M
FatherHenry Peed d. c 1792
MotherTabitha Stringer

Martin Peed

M
FatherHenry Peed d. c 1792
MotherTabitha Stringer

Peter Ipock

M, d. circa 1804
     Peter Ipock died circa 1804.

Family

Child

Trigana Peed

M
FatherHenry Peed d. c 1792
MotherTabitha Stringer