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Carlton Lindsay (b. 1760, d. Oct 17, 1825)Carlton Lindsay (son of Caleb Lindsey and Sarah Carlton) was born 1760 in Albermarle Co., Virginia, and died Oct 17, 1825 in Trigg County, Kentucky.He married (1) Mary Ulm.He married (2) Polly Taliaferro on 1796.
Notes for Carlton Lindsay:
This information on Carlton Lindsay, son of Sterling and Martha S. Caperton Lindsay was taken from Wurt's Magna charta Chapter 254 Hall pages 2210 and 2211.Submitted by June Hunt, Baytown, Texas.
Mrs. Hunt states that the first records she can find on Carlton are in Surry County, North Carolina.He can be found on the records there in 1782,In 1796 he bought the estate of Dennis Lindsay in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.From 1798 until 1806 his name can be found among the records of Christian County and Trigg County, Kentucky.He was a member of the Donaldson Creek Baptist Church.
He moved to Halifax County, North Carolina.Carlton and his family and his five btothers and their families migrated to Trigg County, Kentucky (Then named Christian County) in the early 1800's and were found on the 1810 Kentucky Census.
The will of Carlton Lindsay is recorded in Trigg County, Kentucky, Will Book A page 90.It list all of his children by name and his wife, Polly.
SURRY COUNTY, NORTHCAROLINA
book D54 Henry Speer to Carlton Lindsay, for 30 lbs. tract on Deep Creek,9-7-1986 recorded 2-1787.
book D110 John Durham of Spartanburg County, South Carolina to Joshua May Lindsay of state and county aforesaid for 150 lbs., 440 acres bounded as follows, begin James Lindsay's old line on little ford of 7 Island Creek.11-2-1790 recorded 8-1791.Witness;John Allen, James Lindsay, Cresey Lindsay, Aaron Moor, Moses Moor.
Book D 111 James and Mary Lindsay of Surry County, North Carolina to John Durham of Spartanburg Co., South Carolina for 150 lbs., a tract on 7 Island Creek, 440 acres 8-12-1788 recorded 8-17-1788.Witness;John Buttick and John (X) Carlton.
book D379Carlton Lindsay of Surry County, North Carolina to James Lindsay, Sr. of the same county for 150 lbs., a tract on Deep Creek, 540 acres.Signed;Carlton Lindsay10-3-1787 recorded 11-1787.Witness;John Allen and Joshua Lindsay.
book C 380James Lindsay of Surry Co., North Carolina to Thomas Wiles of Same county for 150 lbs. tract on Deep Creek, 540 acres.Signed;James Lindsay 3-25-1788 recorded 8-1788.Witness;John durham and John Carlto.
book D381James and Mary Lindsay of Surry Co., North Carolina to John Buttick track on 7 Island Creek 200 acres for 60 lbsSigned;James Lindsay and Mary (X) Lindsay, 8-11-1788 recorded 8-1788.Witness;John Durham and John Carlton.
G --- 28Joshua M. Lindsay of Rutherford County, North Carolina to Henry Speer of Surry Co., North Carolina for 55 lbs.tract in Surry on 7 Island Creek on waters of Yadkin River --- being part of 640 acres granted to James Lindsay bearing the date 8-9-1787 --- conveyed to John Durham 8-20-1788 and from said Durham to Joshua May Lindsay 11-17-1790.SignedJoshua M. Lindsay 12-24-1796 recorded 11-1797.Witness;John halley, John Robinson, Richard speer.
RUTHERFORD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
page 39 10-13-1794 -- Ordered that James Garrett an orphan child born of the body of Elizabeth Garrett, age about 11 years be bonded as an apprentice and servant to Balib Lindsay ------------------------------------------ to learn the trade of Hatter.
page 157 4-1796 -- Juror # 10 Carlton Lindsey
Page 167 4-1796 -- Juror #6 Carlton Lindsay
page 218 10-1796 -- #8 Joseph Jeffery proved a deed from George Green to James William Lindsay and Caleb Lindsay, containing 100 acres, and ordered to be registered.
10-1796 -- #9 Joseph Jeffrey proved a deed from George Green to Calib Lindsay containing 20 acres.
page 296 10-1797 -- #32 Juror for court 1798 Carlton Lindsay.
page 367 10-1798 -- #22 Juror James Lindsay
Jan. Court 1799 -- James Lindsay, among others, to be issued notice to show why he should not be fined for not appearing as a juror.
Oct. Court 1799 -- James Lindsay, among others, appointed as jurors and also to mark a road from John Bryant's to Buncombe County Line.
Oct. Court 1799 -- #33 Joshua Lindsay proved a deed from John Taber to Carlton Lindsay, containing 200 acres dated 9-17-1798.
Jan. Court 1800 -- #28 Carlton Lindsay a juror.
August Court 1800 -- #9 Carlton Lindsay appointed grand juror
April Court 1800 -- #4 Carlton Lindsay proved a deed from Phillip Cockrum to Anthony Junil, dated 10-25-1799.
Jan. Court 1801 -- #55 George Blanton proved a deed from Martin Roberts to James Lindsay, of 200 acres dated 2-26-1800 ---- #6 Carlton Lindsay a juror.
July Court 1801 -- #16 Carlton Lindsay, court suit.
Aug. Court 1801 #3 Carlton Lindsay appointed constable.
October Court 1801 -- #3 Micajah Lindsay juror.
April Court 1801 -- Appointed James Lindsay, Carlton Lindsay ------------------------east of Micajah Lindsay------------------.
July Court 1802 -- Carlton Lindsay came into open court ----------------- his hand as constable and give a -------------.
October Court 1802 -- Carlton Lindsay, constable, returned into court a ----------- and execution at the instance of John Moor.
April Court 1803 -- #11 Micajah Lindsay juror.
#56 John Christian Jr. vs. Micajah Lindsay
October Court 1803 -- #12 Micajah Lindsay juror, #82 Joseph Bull vs. William Lindsay.
January Court 1804 -- #11 Micajah Lindsay
October Court 1805 -- #21 Carlton Lindsay, juror.
October Court 1806 -- court appounted Micajah Lindsay -- commissioners in open court and ------into ------------ Carlton Lindsay.
April Court 1807 -- State of North Carolina vs. Micajah Lindsay.
The Statistical Hand Book of Trigg County, Kentucky p. 276
Fort Smith Public Library -- genealogy dept.
Page 6Tuesday 16th May 1820 -- Order that Abraham Boud, Samuel, James, Daniel and Beeman Fowler permitted to solemnize the rights of Matrimony.Court proceeded to lay off this County into districts for the purpose of appointing Constables therein.Samuel Fowler is hereby appointed and admitted as Constable this County for first Distric.Allen Grace and Beeman Fowler his securities.Richard Ricks hereby appointed as Constabe within the 2nd Dist.With Richard Ricks take oath Security:David Cooper, Charles Linn appointed as Constable for 3rd Dist.Security; William Deason and Ezekiel Thomas.Robert Hawkins appointed as Constable for 4th Dist.Security; John Q. Reynolds.Page 7 --- Samuel Campbell appointed as Constable for 5th Dist.Security; John Goode, Ordered that Beeman Fowler, Allen Grace, Nathan Futrell, Frederick Jones, and Carlton Lindsay, appointed as viewers to mark a road from Beeman Fowler's to meet the road Leading from Sover to Eddyville.It is ordered that the books and papers of this County be removed to the dwelling house of Robert Baker at the place aforesaid, being the most convenient house and it is orded that Court be adjourned until Court in Course after to be held at the said dwelling house of Robert Baker as aforesaid.Signed ----- Abraham Boyd, J.P.
Monday, June 10-1820,county coourt began and held for the Co. of Trigg.Those present -- Abraham B., Ferdinand Wadlington, John Goode, Samuel Orr, William Scott, Presley Slaughter, James Daniel, and Beeman Fowler, Esqrs.Ordered that George Loftus be permitted to erect a water grist mill on his lands.
Page 8.Report of condemnation of same land submitted and signed by absolomHumphries, G. Street, William Redd, William Armstrong, Garrison Patrick, Isaac Mccollum, Smith Martin, George I. Harb---, Abraham Savills, Robert Baker, Alexander Ogler, Charles Reedy, in the presence of George Daniel, D.S. for Thimas Tawleight, STC., etc.....
Counties of Christian and Trigg, Kentucky
Historical and Biographical.Edited by William Henry Perrin.
F.A. Battey Publishing Co. Chicagp and Louisville, 1881
page 12Joel Cohoon, James Lawrence, Basil Holland, Nathan Futrell, James Dixon, Hiram Dison, John Wilson Sr., John Wilson Jr., Ben Wilson, James Wilson, John Craig, James, Joahua, Caleb and Carlton Lindsay,"Larry"Killabrew, the majority of whom came from North Carolina.James Thomas came in the summer of 1806, and settled in the same neighborhood.A further notice of this prominent family willbe found in the history of Canton precient.
Another old settled portion of the county is the neighborhood of Roaring Springs, and the most prominent families living there prior to 1820
were thise of Elijah Burbridge, James Daniel, John Ford, Cornelius Burnett, the father of Dr. Isaac Burntee, John Greenwade, Elder McCullom, William Cook, the Northingtons, Lindsays, Dawsons, Blantons, Ledfords, Millers, Torians, Colemans, Crenshaws, etc.
This Carlton Lindsey is my 4-Great Grandfather.
More About Carlton Lindsay:
Date born 2: 1760, Albermarle, VA, USA.256
Date born 3: 1760, Albermarle, Virginia, USA.257
Date born 4: 1760, Albermarle, Virginia, USA.257
Died 2: 1825, Trigg, KY, USA.258
Died 3: Oct 17, 1825, Trigg, Kentucky, USA.259
Died 4: Oct 17, 1825, Trigg, Kentucky, USA.259
More About Carlton Lindsay and Polly Taliaferro:
Children of Carlton Lindsay and Mary Ulm are:
- Pheobe Lindsey, 260, d. Feb 06, 1923, Copiah, MS, USA260.
Children of Carlton Lindsay and Polly Taliaferro are:
- +Sterling Lindsey, b. Jan 05, 1797, Halifax Co., North Carolina, d. Mar 04, 1846, Louisburg, Missouri.
- Susan Lindsay, 260, d. date unknown.
- Priscilla Lindsey, 260, d. date unknown.
- Malinda Lindsay, 260, d. date unknown.
- Martha Patsy Lindsay, b. 1798, South Carolina, d. date unknown.
- John Lindsay, b. 1799260, d. date unknown.
- Vines Monroe Lindsay, b. 1804, South Carolina, d. 1852260.
- James Lindsay, b. 1806, South Carolina, d. date unknown.
- William Lindsay, b. 1812, d. date unknown.
- Phenny Lindsay, b. 1815260, d. date unknown.
- Taliafero F. Lindsay, b. 1816, Kentucky, d. 1875, Pickens County, Alabama.