I also believe that the William Creekmore who was in Halifax Co., NC in 1810, Wilkes Co., NC in 1820, 1830, and 1840, Murray Co., GA in 1850 and Whitfield Co., GA in 1860 are all one and the same.He is the only William Creekmore that appears in the North Carolina census and since all of the children have birth places of NC, he fits as the same person.I also believe, though have no proof that the Caleb Creekmore who was in Halifax Co., NC in 1800 and 1810, Wilkes Co., NC in 1820, 1830, 1840 and 1850 was the brother of William.This Caleb Creekmore married Olive Keeter 5/8/1794 in Norfolk Co., VA and the two apparently moved from Halifax to Wilkes Co. at the same time.
Concerning the William who married Tamer Wilkins 6/22/1795 in Norfolk Co., VA, I went back to some of my notes I got when I went to Cheasapeke, VA and there is a quardian account No. 3, no date given, listing the children of William Creekmore, desceased as orphans with Tamer Creekmore, guardian.The 1810 Norfolk Co., VA census has a Wm. Creekmur with 5 children, age 0-10 and 3 children age 10-16.There is also a Wm. Creekmur, Sr. who I believe to be his father based on other deed records.In 1820 Norfolk Co., VA, William Sr. is still listed but apparently William Jr. has died since there is a Tamor Creekmore now listed with children.I think from the above that the William who married Tamer Wilkins can not be the same William who moved first to North Carolina, and then to Georgia.
Some more tidbits: I have that Nancy A. Creekmore married Henry Johnson 3/27/1853 in Whitfield Co., GA by D. Johnson, J. P., book A, page 15.She is probably the Elmeda (or Almeda) in the 1850 census.
Edmond Creekmore was the administrator of Seaton East's estate.According to the minute books in Whitfield Co., Seaton East died in 1857, leaving widow Ann East and 4 minor children.
'Deeds of Halifax Co., NC 1810 - 1817' is where I got that William's wife was probably Nancy Edmunds.William Crickmore and his wife Nancy sold to James Jones 9/26/1811 (no acres listed) which Benj. Edmunds died owning and said William and Nancy were entitled to 1/5 of.This would put Nancy's birth at least prior to about 1795.I think that the age of 50 in the 1850 census is probably wrong, especially since the 1860 census has an age of 70.