Ken - no I don't subscribe at this time.I have trouble justifying that expense when I am on a fixed budget.
This is the abstract for the sale of land from Benjamin Allen to Allen Spurlock.It was paid for by David Allen who was buying it for Allen and Sarah Spurlock:
16 Nov 1791.Benjamin ALLEN of Wilkes Co to Allen SPURLOCK of the county afsd. for 50 pounds paid by David ALLEN in behalf of the said Allen and Sarah SPURLOCK, 200 acres granted to John VanWinkel in Wilkes County, adj. lins S. by David ALLEN, NW and SW by Widow Cane, surveyed 19 Sep 1785 and certified by Samuel Crewsell Surveyor for Wilkes Co,s/Benjamin ALLEN.Wit:David ALLEN, Job ALLEN.Pr. by David ALLEN 27 June 1794 before John Davenport, JP.SOURCE:Oglethorpe County Georgia Deed Book B, 1795-1798, p. 231-232.
The VanWinkle who had the original land grant was also a name I found in Surry Co, NC.It appears that Allen and Sarah split the land in half.On the 1792 tax records for Wilkes County, GA - Dist. V
Allen Spurlock - listed as a minor.No poll 100 acres Indian Creek.Land adjoins David Allen
Sarah Spurlock - 100 acres Indian Creek.Land adjoins Allen Spurlock.
James Spurlock was in District Y.Indian Creek.100 acres.
Joshua may be a Scurlock but he sure was listed as Spurlock in several places.
I still don't see how a James Spurlock who died in 1806 in Clarke County could be listed as owning land in 1808 in Oglethorpe?