Andersons of Colonial N. Carolina

so I start this site in Virginia… go figure

Henry Crumpton

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I can’t get a track on this family….  my interest is that he signed the will of Elizabeth Anderson in 1733…

NC Archives

File No. 332, Henry Crumpton

640ac Dec. 1, 1727

Bertie Co.  Bk.3, p.198

N. side of Morattock river

2542  pg. 247   HENRY CRUMPTON   1 December 1727   640 acres on the N. side of Morattock River in Bertie precinct, joining the N. side of Potecasey Swamp   Witnesses: R. EVERARD    Patent Book III, Province of NC, 1663-1729, Hofmann

Bertie Deeds A-H, 1720-1757, Bell

C 35   THOMAS BOON, JUN. to JOHN BRYAN, JUN.   *.   13 barrels of tar for 150 A. Part of tract by deed sold by WILLIAM BENNETT unto THOMAS BOON (600 A.). Granted to BENNETT in 1723.  On SS Meherrin River Adj. JOHN NELSON, WILLIAM BOON.  Wit: THOMAS BOON, HENRY CRAMPTON.  November Court 1728.  EDW. MASHBORNE D. C/C.

C 69   THOMAS BOON, JUN. to ELIAS FORT, SEN.   Nov. 9, 1728.  “13 barrells of tar”  for 150 A. On SS Meherring River Adj. WILLIAM BOON, JOHN BRYAN.  Being “part and parcel” of a deed from WILLIAM BENNET dated 1724.  Part of 600 A. granted BENNET on April 1, 1723.  Wit: THOMAS BOON, SEN., HENRY CRAMPTON.  February Court 1728/29.  ED MASHBOURNE D. C/C.

Abstracts Of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct Edgecombe County NC, 1732-1758, Hofmann

DB 1 pg. 67   JOHN SCOT and ELIZABETH SCOT of Edge. Prect. to NEHEMIAH JOYNER of Edge, Prect.  22 Mar. 1733   10 pounds current money of Va.  200 acres more or less as by patent 1 Feb. 1725, joining GOFF, HUMHREYS and a swamp all houses, edifices, etc.  Wit: ROBERT HUMPHREY, JOHN BROWN E his mark, HENRY CROMPTON, BENJAMIN JOYNER  Reg. Edge. Prect. Feb. Ct. 1733  Robert Foster C. Ct.

I’m convinced the Boons and the Scots were from Isle of Wight… but I find no records for Crumpton…

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Will of Henry Crompton, Bertie County, NC 1735

NC State Archives (MARS I.D. 12.96.1.508)

In the name of God Amen I Henery Crumpton of the [precinct] of bertie in the province of North Carolinah being att this ********

sick and weak In body yet in pfect mind and memory Thanks be Given to God therfor but knowing the cirtianty of Death and

Considering the uncirtianty of the {time?] Doe by these psents make and ordain this my Last will & testament in mannor and

forme following———————

[****]        I Commit my Soul to God that Gave itt and my body to [the] Earth to be buried att the discresion of my Executr, hearafter

named————

[Item]     I Give and bequath to my Son Henery and my Son William and my Daughter Susanna and my Daughter Elisabeth and my

Daughter Jane and my Daughter Anne, to Each and Every one of them the Sum of five Shillings and no more——–

Item         I Give to my well beloved frind Samuell peacock (inserted as an afterthought) [his heirs & assigns forever] all my [land]

as itt Leyeth on pottecasi Creek att a place called the bever Dam it being Granted by pattent to mee bearing Date 1727

In Testimony of All which I have hearunto Set my hand and **** Seale   Appoynting and nominateing my trusty and [much]

beloved frind Samuell peacock full and whole Executor of this my Last will and testament and making null and void all [former]

wills by me made   This Eleventh Day of January Ani 1735

Signed Sealed and Delivered

In the psence of

Abraham Burton                                          Henry Crompton   (seal)

Arthur? Sellers?

Arthur Williams          Jurat

Bertie Precinct   Febry? Court 1735

The above Will of Henry Crompton was Proved in open Court by the Oath of Arthur Williams one of the Subscribing

Witnesses thereto…

(transcribed by Marc Anderson)

* the will of Arthur Williams was witnessed by Nicholas Boon and Nicolas Boon  1735__________________________________________________________________

Williams, Arthur. Bertie County.

August 8, 1735. February Court, 1739. Sons: Arthur (water mill and lands on Creek), Robert (lands on Potecasi Creek above ye Wildcat Swamp, land on Mahering River at Walnut Field, lands called the Goose Pond), John (“plantation I now live on” and land called the Reedy Branch), Moab (lands on River and land on Pottecasi called the Roundabout). To John and Moab is bequeathed small water mill. All negroes divided among sons. Executors: Robert and William (sons). Witnesses: Abraham Burton, Nicholas Boone, Nicholas Boone, Junr. Clerk of the Court: John Wynns.           Grimes, Abstract of North Carolina wills

This Arthur Williams was also from Isle of Wight.  My theory is that Elizabeth Anderson was the wife of George Anderson who had property from 1695 to 1710… then sold out.  His next door neighbor was John Sellaway… note this Arthur Williams tidbit…

On 26 September 1719, shortly after the death of his father in Virginia, Arthur Williams “of Albemarle County [sic] in North Carolina,” executed a deed of gift to his brother John of 320 acres, “part of the [aforementioned] 925 acres granted to my father John Williams, deceased.” From the same grant, Arthur Williams “of Bertie” deeded further property to John Sellaway and Elizabeth Bressie in 1729/30. See the Isle of Wight Great Book, p. 300; Isle of Wight Deed Book # 4, pp. 60, 63.

A good site for Arthur Williams info…   http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=7213&id=I22297       The “apparent” connection with these folks is remarkable.

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???  This guy would have to die in his eighties to be relevant… pretty unlikely…

YORK County, renamed 1642, was formerly Charles River Co. created 1634.May 22, 1650 Mr. James Williamson, 1150 acres In Rappa. Riv. on the N. side 150 acs. being marsh. Trans.of 23 pers: SILVESTER THATCHER, Wm. Freeman, Robert Dunn, Wm. Harrison, Kath. Peirce, JamesLoyd, John Richardson, Henry Crompton, Edward Hurt, William Jury, Methusalem Hart, Ralph England, Wm.Hutt (or Nutt), Robert Wildge, Morgan Davis, Eliza. Harton, Walter Owens, Jno. Cadin, Wm. Jefferson, JohnFennell, Marg. Baker, John Davis, THO. WHITLOCK., Patent Book 2, Page 211. Cavaliers and Pioneers,page 190

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There is also a Henry Crompton north of the James River in this time period… variously described as “New Kent county, St. Peter’s parish, Goochland etc…. I can’t make a connection. 
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Written by anderson1951

July 8, 2012 at 9:13 am

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