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  1. Robert (3rd) - Colonel Abernathy: Birth: 7 MAR 1741/2 in VA. Death: 1792 in Lincoln, North Carolina

  2. William Abernathy: Birth: 1744. Death: 1744

  3. WILLIAM Abernathy: Birth: ABT 1744 in VA. Death: 1810 in NC

  4. John Abernathy: Birth: 1747 in Bristol Parish, VA. Death: 1816 in Lincoln Co, NC

  5. Charles Abernathy: Birth: ABT 1748 in Prince George Co. Virginia. Death: 1824 in Lincoln Co, NC

  6. Miles Abernathy: Birth: 1750 in Bristol Parish, Virginia. Death: BEF 1777

  7. Sarah Abernathy: Birth: 1751.

  8. Lucy ABERNATHY: Birth: 1753. Death: in Lincoln County, NC

  9. Joshua Abernathy: Birth: 1753 in Lincoln, North Carolina.

  10. Smith Abernathy: Birth: 1755 in Granville, NC.

  11. Nathan ABERNATHY: Birth: ABT 1760 in , , Virginia.

  12. Amy - "Amey" Abernathy: Birth: 1762 in Bristol Parish, Virginia. Death: in Catawba Co., North Carolina

  13. Sarah ABERNATHY: Birth: 1762 in Virginia. Death: in Y

  14. Nathan Abernathy: Birth: ABT 1765 in Giles County, TN (or VA). Death: MAR 1841 in Catawba County, North Carolina


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Robert (3rd) - Colonel Abernathy: Birth: 7 MAR 1741/2 in VA. Death: 1792 in Lincoln, North Carolina

  2. William ABERNATHY: Birth: 1744. Death: 1815 in Lincoln County, NC.

  3. John ABERNATHY: Birth: 1747 in BRISTOL, VA. Death: 1816 in Lincoln County, NC.

  4. Charles ABERNATHY: Birth: 1748 in Prince George County, VA.. Death: 1824 in Lincoln County, NC.

  5. Lucy ABERNATHY: Birth: 1753. Death: in Lincoln County, NC

  6. Smith ABERNATHY: Birth: 1755 in Granville County, NC.. Death: in Y

  7. Amy ABERNATHY: Birth: 1762 in BRISTOL, VA. Death: in Y

  8. Sarah ABERNATHY: Birth: 1762 in Bristol, VA.. Death: in Y


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Sources
1. Title:   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)pyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)pyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998.
AddressaddressLine1:   35 N West Temple Street
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RepositoryId:   R337
Address:   35 N West Temple Street Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA
AddressaddressLine2:   Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA
2. Title:   Samuel Malcolm Lashlee, GEDCOM File : 1656070.ged
Note:   1010 Whispering Hills Drive Chester, NY 10918
3. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathygmail.com. Created on 17 AUG 2009. Imported on 23 Sep 2009.
4. Title:   GEDCOM file. Created on Jun 16, 2006. Imported on 16 Jun 2006.
5. Title:   GEDCOM file. Created on 30 APR 2005. Imported on 30 Apr 2005.
6. Title:   GEDCOM file. Created on 16 OCT 2005. Imported on 16 Oct 2005.
7. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Abernathy - GEDCOM archive from harddrive - recovered file, weavercat@gmail.com. Created on 12 MAR 2014. Imported on 14 Mar 2014.
8. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by Rootsweb Database - bocomogen.ged, Rootsweb.com. Created on 5 Mar 2014. Imported on 3 Apr 2014.

Notes
a. Note:   Note: Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 a nd lived near Catawba Spr. Served in Militia.
Was an officer in the colon ial Militia (N.C. col. and State Records. Vol 22, pp 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) a nd in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congre ss of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln Count y in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records , pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., W illiam, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Na than Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Aber nathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of pr obateThis individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/14696
Note: Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 a nd lived near Catawba Spr. Served in Militia.
Was an officer in the colon ial Militia (N.C. col. and State Records. Vol 22, pp 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) a nd in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congre ss of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln Count y in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records , pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., W illiam, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Na than Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Aber nathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of pr obate
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/sfoster/12/data/71901This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/kathysum/2/data/17705This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/4959 [Abernethy.FTW]
1752 - Robert and Sarah Abernethy moved from Virginia to Granville County, NC. A deed is dated 01 August 1752 from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 400 acres. A second deed from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 444 acres is dated 05 December 1752. In March 1756 Robert sold the 444 tract of land to his father. From 1754 to 1767 he was a lieutenant and then a captain in the Militia under Lieut. Col. Paine. On 20 August 1769 Robert and Sarah Abernethy received a deed from William Henry and wife for 300 acres of land on the West side of the Catawba River near Beatties Ford in what was then Tryon County, North Carolina. In 1782 they sold that land and moved a few miles west toward Catawba Springs, by then in Lincoln County. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., James Abernethy 1790-1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants, June 1965]
Abstract of will: Robert Abernethy, Sr...of Lincoln County...wife Sarah...children Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernethy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernethy. Executor and Executrix: son Nathan Abernethy and wife Sarah Abernethy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernethy. Date of probate 1794. [brianabernathy.FTW]
Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. [brianabernathy.FTW] Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. [brianabernathy.FTW] Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. [Abernethy.FTW] 1752 - Robert and Sarah Abernethy moved from Virginia to Granville County, NC. A deed is dated 01 August 1752 from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 400 acres. A second deed from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 444 acres is dated 05 December 1752. In March 1756 Robert sold the 444 tract of land to his father. From 1754 to 1767 he was a lieutenant and then a captain in the Militia under Lieut. Col. Paine. On 20 August 1769 Robert and Sarah Abernethy received a deed from William Henry and wife for 300 acres of land on the West side of the Catawba River near Beatties Ford in what was then Tryon County, North Carolina. In 1782 they sold that land and moved a few miles west toward Catawba Springs, by then in Lincoln County. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., James Abernethy 1790-1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants, June 1965]
Abstract of will: Robert Abernethy, Sr...of Lincoln County...wife Sarah...children Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernethy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernethy. Executor and Executrix: son Nathan Abernethy and wife Sarah Abernethy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernethy. Date of probate 1794. [Abernethy.FTW]
1752 - Robert and Sarah Abernethy moved from Virginia to Granville County, NC. A deed is dated 01 August 1752 from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 400 acres. A second deed from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 444 acres is dated 05 December 1752. In March 1756 Robert sold the 444 tract of land to his father. From 1754 to 1767 he was a lieutenant and then a captain in the Militia under Lieut. Col. Paine. On 20 August 1769 Robert and Sarah Abernethy received a deed from William Henry and wife for 300 acres of land on the West side of the Catawba River near Beatties Ford in what was then Tryon County, North Carolina. In 1782 they sold that land and moved a few miles west toward Catawba Springs, by then in Lincoln County. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., James Abernethy 1790-1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants, June 1965]
Abstract of will: Robert Abernethy, Sr...of Lincoln County...wife Sarah...children Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernethy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernethy. Executor and Executrix: son Nathan Abernethy and wife Sarah Abernethy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernethy. Date of probate 1794.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/kathysum/2/data/17705This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/justicestore/27/data/99
[brianabernathy.FTW] Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/14664This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/14664
Note: Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 a nd lived near Catawba Spr. Served in Militia.
Was an officer in the colon ial Militia (N.C. col. and State Records. Vol 22, pp 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) a nd in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congre ss of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln Count y in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records , pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., W illiam, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Na than Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Aber nathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of pr obate
Note: Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 a nd lived near Catawba Spr. Served in Militia.
Was an officer in the colon ial Militia (N.C. col. and State Records. Vol 22, pp 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) a nd in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congre ss of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln Count y in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records , pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., W illiam, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Na than Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Aber nathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of pr obateThis individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/14696
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/sfoster/12/data/71901This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/kathysum/2/data/17705This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/4959 [Abernethy.FTW]
1752 - Robert and Sarah Abernethy moved from Virginia to Granville County, NC. A deed is dated 01 August 1752 from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 400 acres. A second deed from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 444 acres is dated 05 December 1752. In March 1756 Robert sold the 444 tract of land to his father. From 1754 to 1767 he was a lieutenant and then a captain in the Militia under Lieut. Col. Paine. On 20 August 1769 Robert and Sarah Abernethy received a deed from William Henry and wife for 300 acres of land on the West side of the Catawba River near Beatties Ford in what was then Tryon County, North Carolina. In 1782 they sold that land and moved a few miles west toward Catawba Springs, by then in Lincoln County. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., James Abernethy 1790-1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants, June 1965]
Abstract of will: Robert Abernethy, Sr...of Lincoln County...wife Sarah...children Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernethy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernethy. Executor and Executrix: son Nathan Abernethy and wife Sarah Abernethy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernethy. Date of probate 1794. [brianabernathy.FTW]
Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. [brianabernathy.FTW] Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. [brianabernathy.FTW] Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. [Abernethy.FTW] 1752 - Robert and Sarah Abernethy moved from Virginia to Granville County, NC. A deed is dated 01 August 1752 from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 400 acres. A second deed from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 444 acres is dated 05 December 1752. In March 1756 Robert sold the 444 tract of land to his father. From 1754 to 1767 he was a lieutenant and then a captain in the Militia under Lieut. Col. Paine. On 20 August 1769 Robert and Sarah Abernethy received a deed from William Henry and wife for 300 acres of land on the West side of the Catawba River near Beatties Ford in what was then Tryon County, North Carolina. In 1782 they sold that land and moved a few miles west toward Catawba Springs, by then in Lincoln County. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., James Abernethy 1790-1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants, June 1965]
Abstract of will: Robert Abernethy, Sr...of Lincoln County...wife Sarah...children Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernethy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernethy. Executor and Executrix: son Nathan Abernethy and wife Sarah Abernethy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernethy. Date of probate 1794. [Abernethy.FTW]
1752 - Robert and Sarah Abernethy moved from Virginia to Granville County, NC. A deed is dated 01 August 1752 from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 400 acres. A second deed from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 444 acres is dated 05 December 1752. In March 1756 Robert sold the 444 tract of land to his father. From 1754 to 1767 he was a lieutenant and then a captain in the Militia under Lieut. Col. Paine. On 20 August 1769 Robert and Sarah Abernethy received a deed from William Henry and wife for 300 acres of land on the West side of the Catawba River near Beatties Ford in what was then Tryon County, North Carolina. In 1782 they sold that land and moved a few miles west toward Catawba Springs, by then in Lincoln County. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., James Abernethy 1790-1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants, June 1965]
Abstract of will: Robert Abernethy, Sr...of Lincoln County...wife Sarah...children Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernethy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernethy. Executor and Executrix: son Nathan Abernethy and wife Sarah Abernethy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernethy. Date of probate 1794.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/kathysum/2/data/17705This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/justicestore/27/data/99
[brianabernathy.FTW] Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/14664This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/14664
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/sfoster/12/data/71901This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/kathysum/2/data/17705This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/4959 [Abernethy.FTW]
1752 - Robert and Sarah Abernethy moved from Virginia to Granville County, NC. A deed is dated 01 August 1752 from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 400 acres. A second deed from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 444 acres is dated 05 December 1752. In March 1756 Robert sold the 444 tract of land to his father. From 1754 to 1767 he was a lieutenant and then a captain in the Militia under Lieut. Col. Paine. On 20 August 1769 Robert and Sarah Abernethy received a deed from William Henry and wife for 300 acres of land on the West side of the Catawba River near Beatties Ford in what was then Tryon County, North Carolina. In 1782 they sold that land and moved a few miles west toward Catawba Springs, by then in Lincoln County. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., James Abernethy 1790-1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants, June 1965]
Abstract of will: Robert Abernethy, Sr...of Lincoln County...wife Sarah...children Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernethy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernethy. Executor and Executrix: son Nathan Abernethy and wife Sarah Abernethy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernethy. Date of probate 1794. [brianabernathy.FTW]
Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. [brianabernathy.FTW] Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. [brianabernathy.FTW] Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. [Abernethy.FTW] 1752 - Robert and Sarah Abernethy moved from Virginia to Granville County, NC. A deed is dated 01 August 1752 from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 400 acres. A second deed from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 444 acres is dated 05 December 1752. In March 1756 Robert sold the 444 tract of land to his father. From 1754 to 1767 he was a lieutenant and then a captain in the Militia under Lieut. Col. Paine. On 20 August 1769 Robert and Sarah Abernethy received a deed from William Henry and wife for 300 acres of land on the West side of the Catawba River near Beatties Ford in what was then Tryon County, North Carolina. In 1782 they sold that land and moved a few miles west toward Catawba Springs, by then in Lincoln County. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., James Abernethy 1790-1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants, June 1965]
Abstract of will: Robert Abernethy, Sr...of Lincoln County...wife Sarah...children Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernethy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernethy. Executor and Executrix: son Nathan Abernethy and wife Sarah Abernethy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernethy. Date of probate 1794. [Abernethy.FTW]
1752 - Robert and Sarah Abernethy moved from Virginia to Granville County, NC. A deed is dated 01 August 1752 from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 400 acres. A second deed from Renals Allen to Robert Abernethy for 444 acres is dated 05 December 1752. In March 1756 Robert sold the 444 tract of land to his father. From 1754 to 1767 he was a lieutenant and then a captain in the Militia under Lieut. Col. Paine. On 20 August 1769 Robert and Sarah Abernethy received a deed from William Henry and wife for 300 acres of land on the West side of the Catawba River near Beatties Ford in what was then Tryon County, North Carolina. In 1782 they sold that land and moved a few miles west toward Catawba Springs, by then in Lincoln County. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., James Abernethy 1790-1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants, June 1965]
Abstract of will: Robert Abernethy, Sr...of Lincoln County...wife Sarah...children Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernethy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernethy. Executor and Executrix: son Nathan Abernethy and wife Sarah Abernethy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernethy. Date of probate 1794.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/kathysum/2/data/17705This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/justicestore/27/data/99
[brianabernathy.FTW] Was an officer in the colonial Militia (NC Col. and State Records. Vol 22, PP 309, 368, 369, 370, 372) and in the Armies of the Rev; member from Tryon county in the Provincial Congress of 1776 which adopted the Declaration of Rights and Constitution for North Carolina as a State Independent of Great Britian; and member from Lincoln County in North Carolina House of Commons, 1779. 13 N. Car. col. and State Records, pp 811 to 1000. (Old Apple Creek Church and Its Early Membership by John A. Hope)
Will not dated, but after 1779. Wife, Sarah. Children: Robert Jr., William, Charles, John, Miles, Sarah, Amey and Smith Abernathy, Lucy Cox and Nathan Abernathy. Exector and Executrix: Son Nathan Abernathy and wife Sarah Abernathy. Signed by name. Witnesses: John Rockett, James Abernathy. No date of probate. Born Va. died Lincoln Co. Nc.. Moved to Granville Co. Nc. in 1752 and lived near Catawba Springs. Served in Militia. This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/14664This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/14664



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