William Queen (b. August 18, 1716, d. October 05, 1793)
William Queen (son of Timothy MacQueen and Jane Henson) was born August 18, 1716 in Prince George's, St. John's Parish, Maryland, and died October 05, 1793 in Rutherford, North Carolina.He married Katherine Lewis on Abt. 1738, daughter of Thomas Lewis and Rebecca .... Notes for William Queen: BIOGRAPHY: Farmer. William and Margaret came to Bladen Co., NC from VA before 1753. By 1770 , he had sold most of his land and moved to WilkesCo., GA. By 1783, he had moved back to Rutherford Co., NC. He bought land in Rutherford Co. 1788 and in 1799 bought 50 acres on First B road in Golden Valley. "old" William Queen - PATRIARCH of the Rutherford Co., NC QUEEN CLAN: 1720 - "old William" born in VA about 1720 (age 70 in 1790, at time of the appeal of his rejected Rev. War pension claim. See under 1790. 1753 - is listed on a land entry in Bladen Co., NC dated 14 Nov. 1753. Said to have lived on Anderson's Path. (I haven't been able to find the location of Anderson Path.) Therefore h d moved to NC by this date. 1754 - witnessed deed in Anson Co. NC. N.B.: Anson Co. was created from Bladen Co. in 1750. 1754 - mentioned in a Bladen Co., NC survey book: "Surveyed for John Teer - 200 acres in Bladen Co. on a prong of Bear Creek including the place where William Queen did live - 1-19-1754 ." In 1754, Bladen Co.'s western part included present-day Robeson and Moore counties. Anson Co.,formed in 1750 from Bladen, lay just west, and had no western border in1754. There ar e 23 Bear Creeks in NC today, making it problematic to locate this land with certainty. However, only one present-day Bear Creek seems to lie in old Bladen Co. - it rises in south Randolph Co.,and flows SE into northern Moore Co., where it flows into Deep River.This land lies just east of the present-day Montgomery County line. 16Oct., Anson Co. deed - Edmond Lilly to John Lilly, land N side of PeeDee. Wm Lilly, William Queen. 1755 - Anson Co., NC deed - "William Stone to William Queen of same, tract on Little River of Pee Dee, below mouth of Ridge Creek, where William Queen now lives." [Little River is in present-day Montgomery Co.NC, flowing south to enter the Pee Dee River in Richmond Co.] 1760 - witnessed deed in Anson Co. NC: James Alley of Anson to John Carpenter of same, 100 acres, S. side of Cedar Creek. Samuel Persons,Wm. Queen, John Lewis. 1761 - 11 Feb., Benjamin Roberts of Anson Co. NC, planter to WILLIAM QUEEN of same, planter , for 30 pds. proc. money...part of 200 A granted to Robt. Mills 24 Mar 1747, conveyed to Wm Stone, then to Richd Downs,then to Benjamin Roberts...on bank of Little River, adj. Stone & William Crittenden, 100 A...Benjamin Roberts (seal), Wit: Sam'l Ratliff, Wm.Jones (x) 11 Feb. 17 61. The Little River is in present-day MontgomeryCo. - 15 May - Anson Co. deed from John Smith to William Smith, land on Little R., Thicketty Creek, witnessed by William and Margaret Queen,Richard Downs. 10 Oct. - Anson Co. deed from Edmund Nicholas to JohnHalton on NE side of Pee Dee, witnessed by Wm. Queen, Joseph Attaway, James Goldsbe. 1763 - appears ("William Quinn") on Anson Co. NC Tax List, with (sons?) Timothy and Henson Quinn (Queen). It appears from this list that William was a "Constable." 1764 - witnessed deed in Anson Co. NC from Samuel Parsons to HadenMorris, land on Little R ., along with Matthew Raiford. 1765 - William Queen of Anson Co. NC to William McConnell of Rowan Co.NC for 20 pounds, 200 acres on Nicholson's branch of Cross Creek. Wit.:John Smith, William Young, R. Downs, John Billing. I have been unable tolocate this land, or these waterways. - 21 April, witnessed deed fromDavid Bruton to Wm Page on Little R., along with Wm. Holton, & Matthew Raiford. 1 July, witnessed deed of John Carpenter of Anson to Samuel Parson of same, 100 acres on S. side of Cedar Creek, granted James Alley and sold to Carpenter, along with William Hollan, Obadi Therrell. 1767 - SOLD to William Mears 100 acres on SW side of Little River, part of 200 acres granted Robert Mills. Wit.: John Smith Sandhill, Mary Hount. 1768 - Anson Co. William Queen SOLD to Samuel Parsons 100 acres on the bank of the Little River, including the mouth of Rid More About William Queen: Burial: Unknown, Golden Valley Cemetery, Rutherford, North Carolina. More About William Queen and Katherine Lewis: Marriage: Abt. 1738 Children of William Queen and Katherine Lewis are:
+Henson Queen, b. Abt. 1746, Burke Co., North Carolina, d. March 17, 1823, Rutherford, North Carolina.