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[Willey Family Tree 16 Jan 2005.FTW]
"Hunters of Early Rowen Co, NC":Book 18, pg 558; July 29, 1798; Daniel Hunter of Chesterfield Co, SC appoints his brother, Charles Hunter (Jr) of Rowen Co, NC, his attorner to sell land left by the dec'd Michael Beam on Hunting Creek.Wit:Walter & Basil & Basil Gaiter, Jr.Proved by Basil Gaither in Aug 1803
Book 13, pg 676; Aug 27, 1802; Valentine Hiff of Smith Co, TN & Jacob Roland of Harrison Co, KY, appoint their brother-law, John Sain & Charles Hunter of Rowen Co, NC, their attorneys to sell jointly with their brothers & sisters, some land on both sides of Bare Creek, also two lots in Maryland in a town formerly known as Hamburg or Funks Town on or near the Potomac River, etc.Wit:John March, Walter Gaither & Basil Gaither.Proved by last named in Feb 1803.
Book 14, Oct 15, 1803:John Sane, as an heir & administrator of dec'd Valentine Huff, Charles Hunter, authorized by power of attorney of Valentine (Jr) and Henry Huff, & as administrator of dec'd Valentine Huff (see book 13, pg 375, & George Tanner (Donner, of the "Donner Party"), as an Heir of said dec'd, & no wifes sign, let William Moore of Rowen Co, NC, have 319 3/4, 1/3 acre being excluded as a burial ground, on the Yadkin River & both sides of Ber Creek, net ? Stuart for $1,000.00.Wit:Nathan Gaither & Walter Gaither.Proved by the latter in Feb 1707 (this is part of the 640 acres Earl Granville granted George Boone on Dec. 21, 1765 who let Joseph Hughes & his wife, Molly, have it by lease & re-lease on 1-24-1772 & registered on 10-2-1772 (see book 8, pg 8) who let Valentine Huff have by indenture on June 12, 1776 (See book 8, pg 363)).
Book 18, pg 746; July 1803; William Hunter of the Commonwealth of KY, (Jefferson Co), appoints his uncle,Charles Hunter of Rowen Co, NC, his attorney to dispose of land in the forks of the Yadkin, which formerly belonged to dec'd, Michael Beam.Wit:Basil & Walter Gaither on July 27, 1803
Book 19, pg 882; Jan 8, 1806; Charles Hunter, senior or heirs, of Michael Beam dec'd as an attorney for the other heirs, let Aaron Latham have 165 acres on Hunting Creek next to Richard Leech, John Baxter, David Maxwell, Robert Latham & Benjamin Wilson, for 180 pounds.Wit:Rich'd Leach, Benjn Willson, W. Moore & Jas PinshawThis deed is signed by Charles, Jacob, Henry, Frederick, Daniel & John Hunter.(This is a tract from the State to Michael Beam supposed in error to be 192 acres.)