| || Notes for Joshua Lazenby:|
"Six months after his father's death, [Joshua Lazenby] was in Rowan County, NC, as is proved by a cancelled note, dated December 1785, for 85 pounds, made by him to Thomas Bell and David Beall.David Beall had married Rachel Odell, the daughter of Joshua's step-mother."[Mary Elinor Lazenby, "Lazenby - Notes on the American Families," 1929, 22.]
Joshua Lazenby settled on 200 acres of land on White Oak Branch, near the farms of his brothers Thomas and Henry and sister Elizabeth on Fifth Creek in Iredell Co., NC.
The last will and Testament of Joshua Lazenby names sons Rezin, Henry, James and Robert.It also mentions "children of my two sons Robert and James."
The pension application for Joshua Lazenby was never filed.Descendant Mary Elinor Lazenby forwarded his application to the pension bureau on 15 Dec 1927.The application was written on 22 Aug 1832, and mentioned brothers Alexander, Henry & Elias Lazenby.He stated that he left Maryland between 1785 and 1790, and settled near Statesville, Iredell Co., North Carolina.
Joshua and Keziah Lazenby and four of their sons were buried in the Lewis family burying ground, located on the farm of Daniel Lewis - who was a friend and neighbor to Joshua in Maryland and in North Carolina.