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  1. Ruth Terrell: Birth: 1730. Death: 1790

  2. Micajah Terrell: Birth: 22 APR 1746.

  3. Simon Terrell: Birth: 27 MAR 1755.

  4. Elizabeth (Betty) Terrell: Birth: 10 JUN 1756.

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a. Note:   NI34110
Note:   Note: Timothy Terrell was in the Caroline-New Kent part of Virginia thru about 1741 (when he witnessed a deed there). About 1743, Timothy and his brother moved to North Caroline, about the time of their father's, William's, death. Timothy first settled in Bladen County. He petitioned for 600 acres at a council held at Newbern 10 Apr 1745. In 1749, he was appointed a Bladen County Justice of the Peace (Dicken, p.232). In 1751, Orange County county was formed. It seems likely that Timothy Terrell didn't move. It appears that part of Bladen County in which he lived became part of Orange County. Whatever the case, he became an Orange County resident about that time. (After his death, that part of Orange County became part of Chatham County). The land records show the Earl of Granville granted Timothy Terrell 400 acres of land on 06 Sep 1754 on the head brances of Terrell Creek (Bk. 12, p.49). In 1756, he got additional land on Terrell Creek, a tributary of the Haw River. Altogether the record shows him with more than 2,000 acres. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.