Good to hear and thank you for that Magill info.There is also a Joseph Magill there too(in Roane Co.) in this same time frame, but not sure of the relation.Here is bits of the Cash family Will/deeds.It looks like he owned the Cherokee Creek property for only 4 years.Family lore says they were near and associated with Jonesboro.This same James and Margaret appear to be the same ones in Granville Co. NC in 1760's.We know she is Margaret Dozier from the Will of her Dad James Ingo Dozier and also some petitions from her brother in Nelson Co. KY.These guys all originated from the Westmoreland Co. VA area and the surrounding counties:
Washington Co. TN Deed Abstracts 1775-1800 Book 1
Pg. 375-7 8/7/1787 NC #778 James Cash; 500 acres on Little Limestone.CONS: 50 shillings per 100 acres.ADJ: Charles Hays.SIG: Rd Caswell, by J. Glasgow(See Will of James Cash d. 1806 Jonesboro, Washington Co. TN and sons/daughters.)
Pg. 415-17 2/9/1788: James Cash to John Hanbard/Humbur/Humberd; 172 acres on Little Limestone.CONS: 100lgs.ADJ: Charles Hays.SIG: James Cash, Margaret Cash.WIT: Samuel Bayles, Colice Finch, Gothard Curlens, Jacob Humberd, ??nothing follows
(Deed Book 5)
pg. 6411/17/1790NC 884 TO James Cash: 100 acres on Cherokee Creek.CONS: 50 shillings per 100 acres.ADJ:Thomas Brummit.SIG: Alex Martin, by J. Glasgow.
(Deed Book 6)
p139-40 8/25/1794James Cash, his NC grant of 11/17/1790 to Casper Slygar; 100 acres on Cherokee Creek.CONS 50 lbs.ADJ:Thomas Brummet.SIG: James Cash.WIT:John Humberd, Wm Nail, Joseph Boothe.
P490 3/4/1799Commissioners of Jonsbrough(sic)TO William Cash; lot in Jonesboro.CONS: $166-2/3.ADJ: James Read.SIG:David Deaderick, A. Gillespie, Robert Allison, William P. Chester, Adam Radar?, Christopher Taylor.WIT:Joseph Brown.Abraham Cambell.
Pg. 543 2/26/1800: William Cash to Mathew Aiken/Aikin; lot of ½ acre in Jonesborough.Cons:$233-1/3.ADJ: Jas Red’s corner on Markey Street.SIG: William Cash.WIT: John McAllister.
Deed Book L pg 496 1821 Chancery Court (Washington Co.) as follows:
Wyatt Bishop vs Lewis Mayes and wife Polly, Ingo Cash, Francis A. Cash, John Cash, Thomas Cash, Jeptha Isabell and wife Margaret, Jas. Thomas, Ephriam Anderson and wife Betsy, and Harriet Cash
Washington Co. TN Deeds: 1797-1817 Vol. 2
P 129-305/4/1802JAMES CASH TO JOHN CASH, land where he now lives; 50 acres.CONS; $200SIG:James Cash WIT:William Calvert
Pg. 184-5/11/1812BENJAMIN/ BENJAMINE CASH, Exec of JAMES CASH, Dec’d, Madison Co. of the Mississippi Territory TO SAMUEL BAYLES; 120? Acres on a branch of Little Limestone.CONS; $125L. FOR: Part of NC grant #778 to James Cash.ADJ:Isaack Hair, tract of land conveyed from James Cash to his son William; John Cash, EXC? : 1¼ acres where the meeting house stands.SIG:Benjamin Cash.Wit:Ephraim Anderson, Wm Bayles, Isaac Sheneker.CT:?? 1812.REG:30 Sept. 1812.Note:Madison Co. "Mississippi Territory" included what would become Alabama.This should be Madison Co. AL, where some of these other Cash's went also(James I. Cash b. 1801 Washington Co. TN hired out to kinsman ca. 1821 in Madison Co., then back to Rhea/Meigs Co. TN)Note:This "Mississippi Territory" is most likely present day Alabama, as it was known as this during this time frame along with Mississippi.
Pg. 296 4/7/1804: JOHN CASH to KOONRAD/CONRAD KIKER; 50 acres where Cash lives.CONS: $200 SIG:John X Cash.WIT:Henry Miller, John Roberson.CT:Nov. 1805 REG: 5 Aug. 1806
Email from Washington Co. TN Historian/Researcher Betty Hylton, refering to this same family of James and Margaret Cash of Washington Co. TN:
In the History of Washington County, Tennessee 1988, p. 80: "A deed recorded in Washingotn county in 1800 conveyed one and one-fourth acres of land from James and margaret Cash to James Law, Isaac Hair, Jeremiah Regan, John C. Harris and James Cash, trustees, to be used as the site of a Methodist Episcopal Church. Bishop Francis Asbury often visited the ohome of James Cash during his travels through this area. The church was built on a small hill, near the head of the Bacon Branch of Little Limestone Creek. it is not known how long this church served the community, but for many years the area was known as "Cash Hill." An old cemetery is lcoated on the site of the church." The Cemetery Survey Team would like to locate this old cemetery and any history about it. Betty Jane Betty Jane Hylton Cemetery Survey Team of NE TN http://cemeterysurveyteamofnortheasttennessee.comhttp://cemeterysurveyteamofnortheasttennessee.com
Washington Co. TN Tax lists
1799 James Stuart's List of Taxable Properties
Name Land - WP - BP - T.Lot
Cash, James 328 - 3 -
" William - 1 - 1/2
" John - 1 - -
1801 Capt Calvert's Company
Cash, James 328 - 3 -
William - 1 - -
John - 1 - -
1805 Captain Jas Parker Company
Cash, James 228 Slaves 3
1808 Gwins Company
Cash, Michael 626 1 - - -
Will Abstract of James Cash of Washington Co. TN( Dated 1806)Children in bold
Washington Co. TN Wills, 1777-1872, p. 11
James Cash, April 10, 1806
Wife:Margaret To eldest son (Ingo?) 3 dollars w/ books, James, $100 with part of my books.To son, John, 50 acres, which he already sold to Kiker..To dau., Sally Thomas, $3.To grandsons, William and Isaac Thomas, sons of dau. Sally, $5.Sons, William, Leonard, Thomas, Zachariah, Asbury, Benjamin.Daughters Margaret Cash, Patsy Anderson.Executors:Wife, son Benjamin and William Calvert Senr. Teste:Joseph Kiker, Samuel Berryman.May Sessions, 1807.Signed:James Cash
note...see kids in Roane Co. TN deeds 1800-12 and War of 1812 John Cash with Samuel Wear's 1st TN Inf., Roane/Rhea border ca. 1823+, This portion of Rhea becomes Meigs Co. 1836.
I will be thinking through who your Miss Cash might be.This was a large, travelling group!Thank you so much again for your kind response.Chris Cash