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All Relatvies of Jonathan Webber

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William FROST

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


Love BUTLER

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


Elizabeth FROST

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


Joseph COOK

!LOCATION: 1820 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina;1820; Federal Archives; Page 326; Salt Lake Family HistoryLibrary Film # 162799.

(1820) Joseph Cook; 1 male <10; 1 male 16-26; 2 females<10; 1 female 26-45; in agriculture.

LAND: Land Records for Lincoln County, North Carolina;1819; Lincoln County Clerk; Book 28, Page 524; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # 19258; NOTE: Philip Cook ofLincoln County, sold land to Joseph Cook, Lincoln County,207 acres of land for $100.00, in the presence of SamuelWilson, located on the waters of Buffalo and Indian Creek. Singed by Philip Cook his mark, Entered January 1819.

LAND: Land Records for Lincoln County, North Carolina;1823; Lincoln County Clerk; Book 30, Page 418; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # 19259; NOTE: Philip Cook ofLincoln County sold land to Joseph Cook, of Lincoln County,131 acres of land for $100.00 in presence of Samuel Wilsonand John Cook, land situated on waters of Buffalo Creek,joining land of his own and John Cook. Signed Philip Cookhis mark. Entered Ianuary 1823.


Poley SEPAUGH

!MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Tryon and Lincoln, North Carolina /Extracted Marriage Records; 1814; Lincoln County Clerk;Salt Lake Family History Library Book # 975.678 V25b; NOTE:Joseph Cook, son of Philip Cook married Polley Sepaugh, 19May 1814, Lincoln County, North Carolina.


James LONG

!MARRIAGE BONDS, PULASKI CO., KENTUCKY, VOL 1, PAGE 103,SLC# 0804052. JAMES LONG MARRIED MARY TURPIN (CONCENT OFMOSES TURPIN GIVEN, KINSHIP NOT LISTED), 29 OCT 1805,PULASKI CO., KENTUCKY. SURETY: ELIJAH LONG.


Mary Polly TURPIN

Line in Record @I847@ (RIN 847) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _STAT Dead


!MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Marriage Bonds, Pulaski County, Kentucky;1805; Pulaski County Clerk; Vol 1, Page 103; Slat LakeFamily History Library Film # 0804052; NOTE: James Longmarried Mary Turpin (concent of Moses Turpin given, kinshipnot listed), 29 Oct 1805, Pulaski County, Kentucky; Surety,Elijah Long.

FATHER-SIBLINGS: Last Will and Testament for Moses Turpin,Pulaski County, Kentucky; 1816; Probate Clerk; Vol 1, Page236-7; ENCL TUR 0001; Salt Lake Family History Library Film# 598753.

WILL: In the name of God Amen, I Moses Turpin of the Countyof Pulaski and state of Kentucky being in a low state ofhealth but of sound mind do make this may last will andtestament and bequeath as follows; After all my just debtsand funeral charges are paid. I bequeath to my wifeMagdalene the tract of land that I now live on containingone hundred and sixty acres also a tract adjoining thecontaining eighty acres to ahve during her natural lifealso to have three head of horses at her choice of thestock also three cows and calves also all my stock of hogsalso all my _____ furniture also all my debts that are dueto me except a debt on William Hays and a debt on WilliamDavis to have the above property to dispose of as she maysee proper also do bequeath the above mentioned land to mythree sons Moses Turpin Solomon Turpin and Samuel Turpin atthe death of my wife the said to be divided in five sharesMoses to have one share Solomon two shares and Samuel twoshares also do bequeath to my two daughters Mariam Robertsand Delilah Turpin, a track of land adjoining Robert Tatescontaining eighty acres the said land to be sold andequally divided between them also do bequeath to my twodaughters Polly Long and Mariam Roberts. two judgementsagainst William Hays to be equally divided between themalso do bequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin a debt offift one dollars on William Davis and Gideon Roberts to becollected and paid on use until she comes of age also dobequeath Agness Hart one pacing sorrel horse also dobequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin one bay horse calledRainbow also after my wife takes her three choices of thehorses the next choice to be sold and the money to be puton use until my grandson Henry Turpin comes of age then tobe for him......... Magdalene Turpin, I do appoint my wifeMagdalene Turpin and Samuel Turpin executors. Signedsealed in the presents of Robert Tate, Samuel Tate, JohnShort, Reubin Short. Presented at the County Court heldfor Pulaski County Court, 23 December 1816.


Gideon Benjamin ROBERTS

!MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Marriage Bonds, Pulaski County, Kentucky;1812; Pulaski County Clerk; Vol 1, Page 143; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # 0804052; NOTE: BenjaminRoberts married Mariam Turpin, 23 May 1812, Pulaski County,Kentucky. Surety: Samuel Turpin.


Miriam TURPIN

Line in Record @I846@ (RIN 846) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _STAT Dead


!MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Marriage Bonds, Pulaski County, Kentucky;1812; Pulaski County Clerk; Vol 1, Page 143; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # 0804052; NOTE: BenjaminRoberts married Mariam Turpin, 23 May 1812, Pulaski County,Kentucky. Surety: Samuel Turpin.

FATHER-SIBLINGS: Last Will and Testament for Moses Turpin,Pulaski County, Kentucky; 1816; Probate Clerk; Vol 1, Page236-7; ENCL TUR 0001; Salt Lake Family History Library Film# 598753.

WILL: In the name of God Amen, I Moses Turpin of the Countyof Pulaski and state of Kentucky being in a low state ofhealth but of sound mind do make this may last will andtestament and bequeath as follows; After all my just debtsand funeral charges are paid. I bequeath to my wifeMagdalene the tract of land that I now live on containingone hundred and sixty acres also a tract adjoining thecontaining eighty acres to ahve during her natural lifealso to have three head of horses at her choice of thestock also three cows and calves also all my stock of hogsalso all my _____ furniture also all my debts that are dueto me except a debt on William Hays and a debt on WilliamDavis to have the above property to dispose of as she maysee proper also do bequeath the above mentioned land to mythree sons Moses Turpin Solomon Turpin and Samuel Turpin atthe death of my wife the said to be divided in five sharesMoses to have one share Solomon two shares and Samuel twoshares also do bequeath to my two daughters Mariam Robertsand Delilah Turpin, a track of land adjoining Robert Tatescontaining eighty acres the said land to be sold andequally divided between them also do bequeath to my twodaughters Polly Long and Mariam Roberts. two judgementsagainst William Hays to be equally divided between themalso do bequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin a debt offift one dollars on William Davis and Gideon Roberts to becollected and paid on use until she comes of age also dobequeath Agness Hart one pacing sorrel horse also dobequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin one bay horse calledRainbow also after my wife takes her three choices of thehorses the next choice to be sold and the money to be puton use until my grandson Henry Turpin comes of age then tobe for him......... Magdalene Turpin, I do appoint my wifeMagdalene Turpin and Samuel Turpin executors. Signedsealed in the presents of Robert Tate, Samuel Tate, JohnShort, Reubin Short. Presented at the County Court heldfor Pulaski County Court, 23 December 1816.


Samuel TURPIN

Line in Record @I845@ (RIN 845) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _STAT Dead


!MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Marriage Bonds, Pulaski County, Kentucky;1822; Pulaski County Clerk; Vol 1, Page 174; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # 0804052; NOTE: Samuel Turpinmarried Jinney Garrett, 22 Oct 1822, Pulaski County,Kentucky. Surities: Benjamin Garrett.

FATHER-SIBLINGS: Last Will and Testament for Moses Turpin,Pulaski County, Kentucky; 1816; Probate Clerk; Vol 1, Page236-7; ENCL TUR 0001; Salt Lake Family History Library Film# 598753.

WILL: In the name of God Amen, I Moses Turpin of the Countyof Pulaski and state of Kentucky being in a low state ofhealth but of sound mind do make this may last will andtestament and bequeath as follows; After all my just debtsand funeral charges are paid. I bequeath to my wifeMagdalene the tract of land that I now live on containingone hundred and sixty acres also a tract adjoining thecontaining eighty acres to ahve during her natural lifealso to have three head of horses at her choice of thestock also three cows and calves also all my stock of hogsalso all my _____ furniture also all my debts that are dueto me except a debt on William Hays and a debt on WilliamDavis to have the above property to dispose of as she maysee proper also do bequeath the above mentioned land to mythree sons Moses Turpin Solomon Turpin and Samuel Turpin atthe death of my wife the said to be divided in five sharesMoses to have one share Solomon two shares and Samuel twoshares also do bequeath to my two daughters Mariam Robertsand Delilah Turpin, a track of land adjoining Robert Tatescontaining eighty acres the said land to be sold andequally divided between them also do bequeath to my twodaughters Polly Long and Mariam Roberts. two judgementsagainst William Hays to be equally divided between themalso do bequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin a debt offift one dollars on William Davis and Gideon Roberts to becollected and paid on use until she comes of age also dobequeath Agness Hart one pacing sorrel horse also dobequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin one bay horse calledRainbow also after my wife takes her three choices of thehorses the next choice to be sold and the money to be puton use until my grandson Henry Turpin comes of age then tobe for him......... Magdalene Turpin, I do appoint my wifeMagdalene Turpin and Samuel Turpin executors. Signedsealed in the presents of Robert Tate, Samuel Tate, JohnShort, Reubin Short. Presented at the County Court heldfor Pulaski County Court, 23 December 1816.

2do: Information states that he had 2 sons and 3 daughterswith first wife. 7 more children with second wife.


Jenny GARRETT

!MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Marriage Bonds, Pulaski County, Kentucky;1822; Pulaski County Clerk; Vol 1, Page 174; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # 0804052; NOTE: Samuel Turpinmarried Jinney Garrett, 22 Oct 1822, Pulaski County,Kentucky. Surities: Benjamin Garrett.