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Full text of "Stub entries to indents issued in payment of claims against South Carolina growing out of the Revolution"Note other Map Ref#’s to find that will help on the property ownership thing that Clyde’s doing - redo this wording - There were 8 Givens/Givans listed in Augusta Co, (7 in Augusta Co) and Daniel was listed one in Botetourt with the spelling Givens.
refer to loc in this doc – to Clyde’s map ______________
redo the 1782 ref to look like the 1783 entry below w details _________________
insert the Taxing District map here – that Clyde gave me
set-up attachment section for doc’s like this in the back – think about it
1783 * Land Office Grant to Daniel Givens, October 2, 1783, Warrant # [1,959] – 50 acres. [CSG #3] Survey April 5, 1797 [1783 ?], Deed granted May 15,1799, in Botetourt County (now Craig CO) on Stone Run (now Meadow Creek), waters of Craig Creek, a branch of the James River. It says it [work on this - adjoins his tract of 114 acres and adjoins the land of John Looney, Grants 43, 1799-1800 p 113. (Absolom Looney was Grantee of 114 acres in 1782 – find more info and insert it in here –
Some of this is missing – see old version, see 1782 , June 1st also
[insert map of Stone Run and Meadow Creek and note when the name of this area was changed, Nathaline thinks it was just known by both names vs being changed]
Many times the land was occupied after the grant was given, then surveyed and the deed given after final payment, reflecting several years passage. Thus the wording of adjacent properties may be noted in the deeds. Court records reflect final disposition of property, not the way it may have actually happened.
See Clydes Map Locations, Robert Anderson, ref# 73 (850 acres) ref #, ( acres) - - ref #8 the 114 acres that Daniel Givens bought from Absolom Looney. Warrant # 19659 [CSG # 7] 1783-99 Dec 20, Daniel Givens, Giving [spelled BOTH ways on this doc] - Botetourt County, 60 acres [CSG #7] on the waters of Craig’s Creek a branch of James River, adjoining his own land & the land of John Looney. Grants 43, 1799-1800, p.113, card #48, Land Office and Grants http:// County, later Fincastle, Giles and Craig, Virginia. National DAR and SAR 1785 Hickinbotham, Moses & Robert – 145 acres – Washington CO, VA – filed w 1792 papers 1788 Samuel Beall, grantee 750 acres adjoining George Givens survey adjoining Beall – Fayette CO, KY. Quick View DAR APPLICATION MEMBERSHIP TO THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION My ancestor’s service in assisting in the establishment of American Independence during the War of the Revolution were as follows: Michael Looney, my GreatGreatGrandfather, was a private soldier in the Revolutionary War, being in Capt. Henry Paulings Co. at the Battle of Point Pleasant, 1774. Was also soldier in Lord Dinsmore’s war, 1775. History of West Virginia. James Murphy Looney Jr. md Jennie Houghton Millier -*Note: James Murphy Looney Jr. born on the Old Looney Homplace, Franklin Co., TN James Murphy Looney, s/o James Murphy Looney Sr. & Mary Susan Francis James Murphy Looney Sr., s/o John Calvin Loony & Adeline R. Hogue Children of Revolutionary Ancestor: Margaret Looney –b. ca. 1777 md Dangerfield Rice William Looney –b. ca. 1780 md Rhoda Stufflefield Mary “Polly”Looney –b. 2/14/ 1781md Sherrod Williams –Both died in Franklin Co., TN. Rachael Looney md McVeigh Michael Looney Jr. –b. ca. 1787 md Susan”Susannah” Matthews Absalom David Looney –b. ca. 1790 md Sally Starnes Benjamin Looney –b. ca. 1792 md 1st Jane “Jenny”Caldwell, his cousin –md 2nd Jane “Jenny”Brice John Looney –b. 2 October 1799 md Elizabeth Johnson Rachel –md McVey (1st name unknown)
from Absalom Looney – Botetourt CO, VA – Early Settlers
1792 Mar 21st, Daniel Givens, on the waters of Craigs Creek –( a branch of the James River), an assignee of John Loney [Looney] who was assignee of Joseph Loney [Looney], from Absalom Looney, adjoining Flickerbotton [Hickerbotton[m] ?], from new grant B DB4-346 12/14/1791,Botetourt Co, VA Early Settlers K-458 [K denoted Kegley’s Virginia Frontiers] B denoted Botetourt Co, VA] Daniel & [Martha] purchased 473 acres from John & Joseph Looney, then Botetourt Co. now Craig Co., (adjoining the land of Moses Hickenbottom card #46), now Craig Co. p-78, Land Grants No. 26, 1792. –
more detail in Source Document binder By Date [Clyde doesn’t think Kegly is correct]
Assignee vs Grantee ? find the legal definitions for those timeframes -
See p 480 what book? Kegley’s VA Frontier? Absalom Looney ? _______________
An Absalom Looney m a Mary Looney 1778 p-480
[see 1782, June 1] in Source Doc 3 ring binder by date
Looney family web site http://home.flash.net/~johnsonl/p5_26_30.htm
Use these url’s wherever I can - - - -
Contact Tom Higginbotham, a cousin of Debbie Higginbotham that I work with at FTS and see what he knows about the above family. Do they have a book for sale about their family? 540-635-4577
Note to Tom the Higginbotham family marker that I found in Glasgow, Scotland Nov 08
1792 July 26th, John Givins, Pittsylvania Co, VA - (Co was formed 1767) - more detail in Source Document binder By Date [distant may rule this family out] [doubt that these are kin due to distance]
1792 Oct 4th, George Trimble m Jean Armstrong – see source documents – 3 ring binder [ does this 1790 belong here ? __________ [most likely came over w Gilbert or Israel Christian] Givens, m Elizabeth Webb [moved to Simmonsville, VA – CSG, 15 miles from Meadow Creek] put a box around this son - - -____________
[insert in the back of this document, the names of Samuel and Sarah Cathey Givens and yr born]
1798 – 99 Grants [grantee or grantor?] 41, p 161, card #47, 1799, May 16 Daniel Givens, Botetourt County, VA, 50 acres on the waters of Craig’s Creek a branch of the James River. Land Office Patents and Grants http:// filed w 1799 papers – typed & original copy
1799 May 16th, Daniel Givens, 50 acres on the waters of Craig’s Creek, a branch of the James River, Botetourt Co, VA – more detail in Source Document binder By Date, Grants 41, 1798,99.
p-265 see 3 ring Source Binder
note – moved up under TJ ? typed copy & official copy
1799 20, Daniel Givens, Giving [spelled BOTH ways on this document] – Botetourt County, 60acres on the waters of Craig’s Creek a branch of James River, adjoining his own land & the land of John Looney. Grants 43, 1799-1800, p 113, card #48 – VA Library Land Office and Grants http:// filed w 1799 papers – typed & copy of original
1798-99 Grants 41, p161, card #47, 1799, May 16 Daniel Givens, Botetourt County, 50a. On the waters of Craig’s Creek a branch of the James River. Land Office Patents and Grants http://
1799 Thomas Jefferson became Governor of Virginia
1799 June 2nd, William Givens (son of) child of Martha & Daniel Givens m PollyWalker
1799 Feb 9th, James Givens, Bath Co., VA – 100 acres on waters of Stewarts Creek a branch of the Cowpasture River on both sides of Stoney Run. - more detail in Source Document binder By Date [not a known relative] [s/o Samuel & Cathey – but Clyde just noted that he sort of doubts that Samuel went into that area and this is probable another Givens family] [remember that Samuel Givens who m Sarah Cathey – d 1740.] 1805 Daniel Givens purchased 50 acres adjoining 114 acres that he already owned.
1806 Deed Book 10, page 621-2 Botetourt County Court Clerk’s Office
Daniel & Martha Givens sold to Joseph Givens, (Daniel’s son) 61 acres – begnning at the corner of Daniel Givens’s tract of 114 acres – granted to Absolom Looney 1782. [I’m not sure how this reads? _____________________]
Was the land across from Daniel’s old farm ? _______________ [maybe the cabin was just owned by James Harvison Givens ?] and maybe the land across the road was Daniel’s ? the 473 acres ?
Leffle ? p-482 Kegley’s VA Frontier
1807-09 Mar 3rd, Samuel Given, Adam, James, John, George, Henry ?, William, adjoining Givens land, kin of Samuel, who married Cathey ? Grants 57, 1807-09,
p 141 - Bath Co, VA more detail in Source Document binder By Date [remember that Samuel Givens who m Sarah Cathey d 1740]
1808 Mar 3rd, Sarah, Samuel & Adam Given, Bath Co, VA - more detail in Source Document binder By Date
1808 Mar 3rd, Given, Samuel: given, Adam; Given, James’ Given, John; George and Henry Given, heirs and devisees of Wm. Given, Deceased. 3 Mar. 1808, Bath County, 28a. In Willsons Little Valley, adjoining Carpenter, and Givens’ land. Grants 57, 1807-09, p 141, card #39. (I think these are all part of the Samuel and Sarah Cathey Givens clan. - - - )
[These individuals were long thought to be the family of William Givens and Agnes Nancy Bratton, with William’s father being John givens (wife – Mary Margaret Sittlington.) William’s parentage is now established to NOT be throught John and Mary, it is unknown at the present time – though he could still be a descendant of Samuel Givens and Sarah Cathey. R.E.G. Robert Edwin Givens – insert detail about who Robert Edwin Givens is , the first time I have him footnoted _ ________________ and put his e-mail address with it and date] 1819 Apr 16th, James Harvison (Harvey, Harve) Givens was born, in Craig Co, Virginia, to the youngest son of Daniel and Martha Camden Givens, Joseph who m Anna Reynolds. This is my (Duane D “Rusty” Givens’s great grandfather).
1822 Daniel Givens will & death Daniel’s will, was written just before his death on October, 15, 1822. Again, Martha Camden is not mentioned and assumed deceased.
Daniel’s will was probated in March 1823. 1829 Andrew Jackson became 7th President of the United States. 1859 The last date @1859 that a Givens, James (Harve) Harivson Givens lived in the old home place on Meadow Creek, VA [now known as Craig’s Creek, get the history about this entered into the first ref to Meadow Creek]. Find and ref here, that James bought property over in Carroll Co in 1859. James d in Jefferson CO, Kansas, Aug 31st, 1888, he is buried in Grantville, Kansas (in old Grantville Cemetery), Rusty has jpegs of his marker. [do optical scan and have a print in this doc of James H and Sarah and their son Robert’s markers.] ________ James is buried with his wife Sarah Housman and James son by his 1st marriage to Sarah Farrier, Robert May Givens is buried beside his parents. Robert & Bonnie Wimmer also had the chimney stone that my great grandfather James Harivson Givens, chiseled his initials in (JHG 1852), we think that the new addition was completed then, 1852. It is now believed that a LL Reynolds (per Clyde Givens) owned the log cabin prior to James Harvison Givens. And then the Rowan’s bought it and then the Conade’s.
James H. & Edward T. Givens served in The 152nd Virginia Militia –
© 1997, Jeffrey C. Weaver
This unit was activated on April 3, 1862 for 10 days. Their duty station was in Smyth County, VA. 342 men served in this unit. Further details of their service are unavailable. A small number of this unit enlisted for regular Confederate service in the 63rd Virginia Infantry at this time, but not in the proportions of the Grayson, Washington and Wythe County Militias.
James H Givens would have been 1861-1819=42 yr’s of age when did this military service.
Who was Edward T. Givens? Son, cousin ? I don’t think James had an Edward T
Can ANYONE Help Me with the following Unknown Piece Parts:
Make this, my section of questions?
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