My O'Daniel family starts with Charity O'Daniel she md David Kornegay, Her parents areOwen O'Daniel + Charity Herring, His Parents are Frederick O'Daniel + Charity Whitfield.
CHARITY O'DANIAL BORN ABT 1800 OF DUPLIN CO,NCR DAU OF OWEN O'DANIAL.
CHARITY IS THE WIFE OF DAVID KORNEGAY CHILDREN ARE DAVID C, OWEN,PEGGY
ANN,CHARLOTTE,CHARITY,AND FANNY ANN,.
!BIRTH:ABT 1800 OF DUPLIN CO;NC.
p. 412 WILLIAM O'DANIEL of Duplin Co. to WILLIAM WHITFIELD of Wayne Co 28 Dec 1785, for 40 pds. specie 200A on the NS of the NE Creek & WS of JumpingRun, beg. at a pine on Jumping Run Marsh a corner tree of JESSE BARFIELD'S patent dated 15 Dec 1778, to Rooty Branch, THEOPHILUS WILLIAMS' line, incl. part of the two patents of land & the planta, where CHARITY O'DANIEL formerly lived. Wit: JOHN IVEY, JOHN BARFIELD, BRYAN WHITFIELD, July Ct. 1787,
Owen O,Daniel, Bertie Precinct, North Carolina March 12 1735-1736, May Court 1736.
Wife and Exectrix Elizabeth.
Executors: Jams Roberts, Lewis Fryer and Michl. Rusea
Witnesses: Wm. Kennady, Fra. Hobson, Robert Anderson Clerk of the Court, Jno. Wynns.
The above listed Owen O'Daniel is probably the father of Owen O,Daniel b abt 1750.
Please see O'Daniel, Folder 1, Item 1:
Colonial Records of N.C. 1664-1738. (Records of the Executive Council)
Read the petition of William Gray shewing that Owen O'daniel some time agoe obtained a patent for 480 acres of land lying on Cassay which not being cultivated as the law directs prays a lapse patent may be granted him for the same etc.
Ordered That a patent Issue as prayed for.
The above lised Owen O'Daniel is not our Owen O'Daniel birth abt 1750
Source:Whitfield, Bryan, Smith and related families, book one; Colonial Granville County and its people by Worth ; Marriage Bonds of Duplin County North Carolina, 1749-1868 by Cora Bass.
Genealogical Abstracts, Duplin County, NC. Wills, 1730-1860-F262. D77-M87-BYU Library.
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p. 402 JESSE SMITH to OWEN O'DANIEL, both planters of Duplin Co.1 Sep 1806, for $450, 230A being part of 3 surveys patented by ALEXANDER McCULLOCH, THOMAS WORLEY & ANTHONY
MILLER, joining FREDERICK SMITH SENR. , JONES SMITH, LOFTIS WORLEY & STEPHEN
MILLER beg. at a pine in a drain on DAVID GREER'S lines running along a row of marked trees made by FREDERICK SMITH SENR,. & LOFTIS WORLEY to divide the land between JESSE SMITH & JONES SMITH, that was left them by their father GEORGE SMITH, down to the Northeast Swamp, to THOMAS WORLEY'S upper corner, to the mouth of Tandam Branch near CS.
(CHARLES?) MILLER'S swamp field, adj. FREDERICK SMITH & GREER. Wit: WM. KORNEGAY
JUNR. , DAVm KORNEGAY. July Ct.1809.
402. ODANIEL, OWEN (CR.035.801.9/1-54)
3 Aug 1833 - Oct Term 1834
dau. SALLY WORLEY beside what I gave her Son (not named) at her request her Husband [not named] by deed and bill of Sale her poshonable part of parishable Estate with the Rest of my heirs; dau. CHELLY KORNEGY Deased .. at least to her children CHARLOTTE negro Mike when maried or at twenty one years of age, CHARITY negro Jim when maried or at twenty one years of age and ANNE negro Squier when maried or at twenty one years of age also her poshonable part of my parishabl
Estate when Sold Equilly divided among the heirs of her body the daus. to recieve there Shear at Sixteen years old; dau. ELIZHA GRADY her poshonable part of my parishable Estate with the rest of my heirs; dau.
POLLY BROWN Citizen of Georgea State negroes Bill, Toney & Dilsay also her poshonable part of my parishable Estate with my other heirs; grandau. NANCY JANE SMITH of Georjea Stat negro Jackson and a poshonable part of my parishable Cstate with my other f
r heirs besides what I gave her by bills of sales for to Recieve it when maried or twenty one years Old exctr: not named
wit: Z. SMITH JURY, Z. SMITH
signed: 0. ODaniel
p. 179 C. (CHARLES) HOOKS to OWEN O'DANIEL, both of Duplin Co. , 18 Apr 1809, for $45, 391A on the ES of the Northeast lying on the waters of the Indian Branch, Poley & Tandam Branches, being part of a patent granted to DAVID GREER of 640A & conveyed fromhim to HENRY HALSEY who conveyed to sd. HOOKS, beg. at a pine called the stooping pine on the NS of the Indian Branch, running the course of the patent, to a corner of STEPHEN MILLER'S which he made on the line when he run out of his 249A, out of the se patent, which he purchased at public auction thence the course of MILLER'S line to his other corner, to a pine below the marsh of Tandam Branch to the 2nd line of the patent, to a spruce pine the 3rd corner of the patent to the beg. Wit: WILLIAM McGEE, DAVID KORNEGAY. July Ct. 1810.
p. 399 O. (OWEN) O'DANIEL (co. not given) to his dau. CHARITY KORNEGAY(co. not given), 8 Aug 1811, a deed of gift for a negro girl named MILLEY herlifetime & after her lifetime to the heirs of her body, Wit: FRED. SMITH, Apr.Ct. 1812.
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p. 42 JESSE SMITH to OWEN O'DANIEL, both planters of Duplin Co. 1 Sep 1806, for $J50, 230A being part of 3 surveys patented by ALEXANDER McCULLOCH, THOMAS WORLEY & ANTHONY MILLER, joining FREDERICK SMITH SENR. , JONES SMITH, LOFTIS WORLEY & STEPHEN MILL
beg. at a pine in a drain on DAVID GREER'S lines running along a row of marked trees made by FREDERICK SMITH SENR,. & LOFTIS WORLEY to divide the land between JESSE
SMITH & JONES SMITH, that was left them by their father GEORGE SMITH, down to the Northeast Swamp, to THOMAS WORLEY'S upper corner, to the mouth of Tandam Branch near CS. (CHARLES?) MILLER'S swamp field, adj. FREDERICK SMITH & GREER. Wit: WM. KORNEGAY J
R. , DAVIDKORNEGAY. July Ct. 1809.
p. 123 WILLIAM WORSLEY of Edgecombe Co. to CHRISTOPHER LAWSON of Duplin Co 25 Jan 1808, for $174 current money of N. C. 230A on the NS of Panther swamp in 2, tracts to wit: (1) 200A patented by SAMUEL JONES be. at 3 little pines on GEORGE SMITH'S line ES of a small branch joining the Mill Swamp the Blue Pond, NANCY BOWEN'S line to sd. SMITH'S line, to the run of Panther,swamp, to the lower line of the patent of the GEORGE SMITH survey. (the 2nd tract notdescribed) Wit: OWEN O'DANIEL, H. GRADY, Apr. Ct. 1810.
p. 179 C. (CHARLES) HOOKS to OWEN O'DANIEL, both of Duplin Co. , 18 Apr 1809, for $45, 391A on the ES of the Northeast lying on the waters of the Indian Branch, Poley & Tandam Branches, being part of a patent granted to DAVID GREERof 640A & conveyed from him to HENRY HALSEY who conveyed to sd. HOOKS, beg. 'at a pine called the stooping pine on the NS of the Indian Branch, running the course of the patent, to a corner of STEPHEN MILLER'S which he made on the line when he run out of his 249A, out of the se patent, which he purchased at public auction thence the course of MILLER'S line to his other corner, to a pine below the marsh of Tandam Branch to the 2nd line of the patent, to a spruce pine the 3rd corner ofthe patent to the beg. Wit: WILLIAM McGEE, DAVID KORNEGAY. July Ct. 1810.
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BRYAN WHITFIED Of Lenior Co., To JOSEPH SPEARS HARDIE of Greene Co.,1 Jan 1807, for 83 pds.current money83A on the NS of the Norheast Branch of Cape Fear River in 2 tracts to wit: (1)72A being part of a tract of 100 A granted to JESSE BARFIELD 17 Dec 1778, beg. on the 2ndline of the sd. tract where KORNEGAY’S line crosses, near Bale’s Branch & joining KORNEGAY; (2) 11 A granted to BUCKNER KILLEBREW 28 Aug 1795, beg. at a white oak in the run of Bale’s Branch & joining KORNEGAY. Wit: James Young, AB. CROOM, MICHL. BELLOON. Oct. Ct. 1809. Jos. G. WRIGHT J.S.C.L.E.
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p. 208 JOSIAH ( 9 )OUTLAW to JAMES JOURNEGAN, both of Duplin Co. , 20 Aug 1801, for 60 pds. current money 165A on the NS of Goshen Samp & ES of Halls Marsh, being part of a tract of 300A granted by patent to JOHN SULLIVAN, beg. at a lightwood tree near
meadow his own corner, down the run of the Long Branch as it meanders to where his line of the new survey crosses sd. SOUTHERLAND'S Marsh a little below JOSIAH OUTLAW'S old house, incl. JOSIAH OUTLAW'S impr, Wit: OWEN O'DANIEL, HAMPTON SULIVENT. Oct. Ct 1810
p. 315 LEWLS (B) BARFIELD (SENR. ) to ANN BARFIELD his dau., both of Duplin Co. , 15 Mar 1811, for "natural love & affection" 195A on Burncoat Swamp, joining BURWELL WILLIAMS & others, beg. on the NS of Burncoat in FREDK. GRADY'S line, joining BEVERLY'S
urvey, DEBREWHL'S branch CHRISTOPHER LAWSON, JAMES GRADY, FREDERICK GRADY (Sadler), FREDK., GRADY SENR. , being put of 4 surveys. Wit: OWEN O'DANIEL, LEWIS BARFIELD JR, Ap
Apr. Ct. 1811.
BOOK 4A, DUPLIN DEEDS
p. 273 OWEN O'DANIEL (co. not given) to STEPHEN HERRING (co. not given),both planters 23 Dec 1794, for 320 pds. 300A on the NS of Goshen Swvamp & ES of sd. HERRING'S Mill Branch, incl. the planta. where sd, HERRING now lives, beg. at the side of the Mill Pond down against the old tan troft log & joining the sd. HERRINGSline, to the head of the Great WHIFIELD HERRING'S corner to GUFFORD'S corner, with the line of the sd. granted of OWEN O'DANIEL & BENJAMIN SNIPES' line to SNIPE'S corner just by the foot of OUTLAW'S road, a corneragreed on by DANIEL HERRING & ARTHUR HERRING SENR. , which is now SNPES'corner, W to the head of a small branch & down sd. branch of sd. HERRING'SMarsh, & down sd. marsh to the beg. , being part of 3 patents. The lst patentgranted to WM. WHITFIELD, the 2nd to DANIEL HERRING & the 3rd. to OWENO'DANIEL, conveyed by deed from WM. WHITFIELD to ABRAHAM HERRING &
from ABRAHAM HERRING to DANIEL HERRING who deeded to OWEN O'DANIEL.
Wit: ALEXANDER DANIEL, BENJAMIN BRANCH. Jan. Ct. 1798.
p. 426 THOMAS WRIGHT, Shff. to SOLOMON CARTER, planter, both of Duplin Co. , 6 July 1798, for 25 pds. 640A Iying on the Beaverdam of Limestone, beg. at a black jack near the head of a drain called the Horse Pen Branch & adj. JOHN WILLIAMS, patented 12 N1784. The Court awarded 250 pds. , plus cost of 3 pds. 18 shill. 11 pence to sd. CARTER for debt in a suit against JONATHAN TAYLOR owner of sd, 640A levied on by OWEN O'DANIEL, Shff. Deputy, purchased by sd. CARTER at public auction held 6 July 1798. Wit: THOMAS ROUTLEDGE OWEN O' DANIEL. '
Cecilia B. Young, 2825 N 7500 W Hinckley, Utah 84635.
Please see Kornegay Folder 1, item 4
4520 pg 19 Frederick O'Daniel 17 May 1754, 400 acres in Johnston County on the South Side of Wheat Swamp--being the land formerly surveyed for Owen O'Daniel his father, joining the Swamp, Thomas King and John Becton.
188. GLISSON, JACOB (CR.035.801.5/A-166)30 Nov 1805 - Jan Term 1806 wife MARY all my hole parishable property in Doors and Out Doors, all mylands Excepting what is above the Little Branch in the field toward ALEXDR.0 DANIELS for her life time
JOHN GLISSON SENR all the rest of my LandLying East of the Little Branch runing west Side of my plantation adj.JOHN GLISSON JUNR son of LEWIS GLISSEN in Coshen Swamp; LEWIS GLISSON all the rest of my Lands Lying west of Sd. Branch; brothers 5 sisters ABRAHAM,ISAAC, MCHAL, FREDK, RACHEL, GUFFORD, MARY SUMMERLING, CHARITY SUMMERLING&PRUDENCE CHAMBERS 1 Shilling Starling apeaceextr: wife MARYwit: 0. ODANIEL, ALEX ODANIELsigned: Jacob Glisson
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