Re: Boaz squires
Thank you for your kind words about the CCIC site. You know, that's really a labor of love. I hope it helps people out as they research their coastal Carolina Indian ancestry.
Do you have the will abstracts for some of the Beaufort County Squires?
If not (or if anyone else doesn't), I'll type them up here in case it might help someone.
Page: 120 (275). Original. Date: 23 Oct 1822. Probate: Nov. Term 1822, oath Worden Squires. Son: Jacob Suyars, land. Three daughters: Barborah, Ancey (?) and Nancy Greadless. Executor: Son Jacob Suyars. Signed: Appleton Squyars by mark. Witneses: John Haborn, Wordin Squyars. Remarks: also recorded Orphan Book A, p. 327.
SQUIRE, JohnPrecinct of Hyde
Page: 121 (277). Original. Date: 20 July 1723. No probate. Wife: Mary Squire. Executor: Wife Mary Squire. Signed by mark. Witnesses: J. White, Benjamin Hallowell. Remarks: also recorded Old Wills, p. 4.
Page: 122 (279). Original. DATE: 16 Dec. 1804. No probate. Wife: Rachel Squires. Daughter: Elisabeth Squires. Son: John Squires. Executors: Father Appleton Squires (also guardian to son John). Signed: Jordan Squires by mark. Witnesses: Thomas Boyd, Jacob Squires. Remarks: also recorded Old Wills, pp. 429-30, Dec. 16th.