Eleven Generations of HealdHales by sdfgsg234

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									Eleven Generations of Heald/Hales …
From Thomas Heald to Samuel Allen Hale
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                                 Descendants of Thomas Heald
                                       Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS1 HEALD1 was born Abt. 15452, and died 15 Nov 1589.

Notes for THOMAS HEALD:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

FACTOID WARNING : I have no verification of this man, only numerous mentions by other
researchers.

Child of THOMAS HEALD is:
2.        i. WILLIAM2 HEALD, b. Abt. 1585, Of Pownall Fee, Cheshire, England.
                                        Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM2 HEALD (THOMAS1)3 was born Abt. 1585 in Of Pownall Fee, Cheshire, England3,4.
He married ALICE STRETTELL5 1597 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England6. She was born Abt.
May 15857,8.

Notes for WILLIAM HEALD:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

GENEALOGY IN PRINT - BOOKS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

From The Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams:
"The Heald colonists and the ancestors on the distaff lines came to America seeking religious
freedom. Most of them were followers of George Fox. For this, as members of the Society of
Friends (Quakers) in England and Ireland, they suffered oppression; had lands, goods and stock
taken from them; and some endured imprisonment. This is a matter of public document. Only
one ancestor on a distaff line is known to have been a land speculator but he had more than
average means for the times. He left a monument by buying a whole township and naming it for
himself, which name, time has not erased. The ancestors of Jacob Hale (Heald) were
established in Cheshire, England, in the 17th century and were all 'of the people called Quakers.'
Extracts from the Register for Cheshire and Staffordshire Quarterly Meetings in the Library,
Friends House, London, England, note the burials of the Heald family in Mobberley Burial
Ground, Pownall Fee, Cheshire. The known ancestors are herewith recorded."

From JV Hollingsworth Collection, Chester Co, PA, letter dated Apr 26, 1973, from Harry
Hollingsworth:
"In the Cheshire Inquisitions post mortem, there is one for a William Healde, Mobberley, Gent.,
taken 17 James I. (1619-20) stating he died 14 April 1609, leaving his son and heir (not naming
others, of course) George Healde, now aged 18 years, 5 weeks, 4 days, and Alice a widow, now
in 1619-20, has married to Geoffrey Hill. I also find several Mobberley Healds in the Chester
marriage licenses”.
This William's death is about 10 years before others say our William married.

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP

The data for the first couple of Healds in this genealogy is suspect. Primary sources are
hard to come by and on-line genealogies have numerous differences. Hobson is
Robson,Ssteward is Stewart,Tthomas Heald is born when his father is 101 years old, some
add an entire generation others don't have. A Pennsylvania book of births lists Samuel
Heald born in PA in 1668, when most genealogists show the Pennsylvania Healds arrived
in America in 1703. There is much to be done to clarify and debug the family history.


Notes for ALICE STRETTELL:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

PUBLIC RECORDS

From a transcript of the burial records from the Quaker burial ground at Mobberley, we can see
that the spelling of Strettell is correct.
There are four listings by that name in Mobberley, but none by any other spelling.

OTHER RESEARCHERS

Debye (Debye@aol.com) says Alice married in Mobberley in 1618. This date seems too late.
Look at Karen Gerlach info.
Mary Heald Schreck book estimates her birth as 1585.

Cheshire Roots-L April 2001:
From: lyn@marbury.u-net.com (Mrs Lyn McCulloch)
To: CHESHIRE-L@rootsweb.com
“ I started playing with the 1881 Census & found very few Strettles in
Cheshire. Most of the early ones seemed to originate in Lancs, in the
Liverpool, Prescot & Garstang areas. Several were either Blacksmiths or
Policemen which was intriguing. I then found one living in Allostock, Cheshire
in 1664 : Thomas Strettell was a servant to Gefferie Shakerley Esq. I was suitably
amazed to find four in the Cheshire Remonstrance of 1642 :
Hughe Strettell of Mobberley, Thomas Stretle of Mobberley , Thomas Strettell
of Knutsford and Raph Strettell of Dunham Massey.
This, of course ruins my wonderful notion of how useful the 1881 Census is.
Oh well, back to the drawing -board.” Regards, Lyn

NEED TO SORT AND MOVE

These Strettells are probably related to Alice, but I do not know how:
From "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into America," by Albert Cook Myers, pub 1902,
Swarthmore, PA, page263 +:
Robert Strettell, Provincial Councillor and Mayor of Philadelphia, was born of Quaker parentage,
10 Mo 25, 1693, in Back Lane, Dublin.
His father, Amos Strettell, descended from a respectable Cheshire family, was born 12 Mo (Feb)
24, 1657, at Saltersley, in Mobberly, Cheshire, and removed to Dublin in 1 Mo (March) 1678-9,
where he was married to Anne, daughter of Roger and Mary Roberts, of Dublin. ...
Amos Strettell made a purchase of 5,000 acres of land in Pennsylvania, but there is no evidence
to show that he ever came to this country; he also held large tracts of land in New Jersey ...
About 1716, Robert Strettell went to London and engaged in trade, but losing a large amount of
money in the South Sea Bubble, he decided to remove to Pennsylvania. A certificate of removal,
dated 11 Mo 26, 1736, for himself and family, from Friends' Meeting at Horslydowne, Southwark,
was received by Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, 4 Mo. 24, 1737. ....

Cook cites "Keith's Provincial Councillors of Pennsylvania,” 196-208; also entries from Strettell
family Bible in Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, III, 212, 2d Series, London, 1890, and
Penn'a Mag., I, 241, II., 114-115." Cook writes that Amos Strettell's father was Hugh Strettell,
son of Thomas Strettell (of Balkley, born 1598, died Aug. 1657) and his wife, Margaret Graffitt (of
Alderley, married 1619). Hugh was born 1622, and was married to Mary Hulme, daughter of
Francis Hulme. Hugh and Mary Strettell became members of the Society of Friends and resided
at Saltersley, Cheshire; he died 7 Mo. 5, 1671 and she died 7 Mo. 11, 1662; buried in Friends'
ground at Mobberly.
Children of Amos and Experience Strettell: Robert, b. 10 Mo 25, 1693; Anne, b. 12 Mo. 23, 1694-
5; Amos, b. 4 Mo. 1, 1696; d. 11 Mo. 30, 1712; Elizabeth, b. 7 Mo. 25, 1697; Thomas, b. 7 Mo.
13, 1699; Ebenezer, b. 12 Mo. 27, 1700, d. 3 Mo., 1703; Jacob, b. 3 Mo. 5, 1702, died 11 Mo.,
1703-4; Experience, b. 5 Mo. 23, 1704, d. 4 Mo. 26, 1705; Lydia, b. 6 Mo. 28, 1706; Benjamin, b.
9 Mo. 1, 1707, d. 10 Mo. 21, 1708.
(Book has more about Elizabeth and her husband, Robert Cuppage on page 264 and more about
Robert and family on following pages)


Children of WILLIAM HEALD and ALICE STRETTELL are:
3.        i. THOMAS3 HEALD, b. Abt. 1620, Mobberley, Cheshire, England; d. Abt. 23 Nov
             1699, Mobberley, Cheshire, England.
         ii. JOHN HEALD9, d. 03 Aug 1660, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England9.

             Notes for JOHN HEALD:
            Deaths of Healds in Cheshire says: "Father of Pownal fee Cheshire, son of William"

            More About JOHN HEALD:
            Burial: Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England9


                                       Generation No. 3

3. THOMAS3 HEALD (WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)10,11 was born Abt. 1620 in Mobberley, Cheshire,
England11,12, and died Abt. 23 Nov 1699 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England13,13,14. He married
ELIZABETH HOBSON15,16,17 02 Feb 1641 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England18,19, daughter of
WILLIAM HOBSON and ELIZABETH (HOBSON). She was born 1624 in Mobberley, Cheshire,
England20, and died 10 May 1664 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England21,22,23.

Notes for THOMAS HEALD:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

From Dr. Pusey Heald collection, Delaware Historical Society:
"It is reasonably certain from the English records that Thomas Heald and Elizabeth Hobson Heald
of Mobberley, Cheshire, England, married 1641, belonged to the Society of Friends, that they had
several children, the only one after the beginning of the Friends' records being James Heald, b
1658."

Also from Heald collection: transcribed list of Healds who died, by Hoyland, shows Thomasin
Heald died Jan 21, 1703, that he was of Mobberley and was buried in Mobberley. RG6 Quaker
Burial Records show Thomas Healds died and were buried in Quaker Burial Grounds, Mobberley,
Jan 16, 1703, Jan 23, 1699, Dec 1686. A Thomasen Heald was buried 23 March 1703/4.

Some insert another Thomas Heald between this Thomas and William. They say he was born
December 6, 1601 and that parents were married same year. They say he died June, 1645. His
wife is said to have been Elizabeth ??

The Dr. Pusey Heald files speculate that Thomas was the son of William Heald, gentleman and
member of the established Anglican church. This William married in 1615. Thomas may have
been disowned for becoming a Friend.

Debye@aol.com shows Thomas born April 1622 in Mobberley, died Nov 23, 1699, per
Hollingsworth Register, vol 9, #2. He is buried in Mobberley Burial Ground, Cheshire, Eng.

Others says Thomas died 2-26-1735/36.

More About THOMAS HEALD:
Burial: 26 Nov 1699, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England24
Died2: Some say 2-26-1735/36

Notes for ELIZABETH HOBSON:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

RG6/1037 & RG6/1603 - show an Elizabeth Hobson, who died July 6, 1674. She was the wife of
William of Mobberley. William who?
Could this be Elizabeth Hobson Heald's mother? These Quaker records show 12 Hobsons
buried in Mobberley, but not a single Robson. This would tend to confirm that Elizabeth is a
Hobson, not a Robson.

RG6/1037 lists Elizabeth Heild, wife of Thomas of Mobberley, died 10 July 1664.
RG6/1037 shows William Hobson of Mobberley died July 27, 1676. His wife, Elizabeth, died July
6, 1674.
There are a number of Quaker Hobsons from Ireland, as per Immigration of the Irish, by Cook.

More About ELIZABETH HOBSON:
Burial: Quaker Burial Grounds, Mobberley24
Fact 1: or Elizabeth Stewart
Name (Facts Pg): Some say Stewart or Hobson

Children of THOMAS HEALD and ELIZABETH HOBSON are:
4.        i. WILLIAM4 HEALD, b. Abt. 10 Jan 1646, Mobberley, Cheshire, England; d. 20 Aug
             1677, Mobberley, Cheshire, England.
5.       ii. THOMAS HEALD, b. Abt. 1647, Mobberley, Cheshire, England; d. 16 Nov 1702,
             Age 56. Pownall Fee, Cheshire, England.
        iii. MARY HEALD25, b. Abt. 1649, Mobberley, Cheshire, England26; d. 10 Sep 1677,
             Mobberley, Cheshire, England27,28,29,30,31.

            Notes for MARY HEALD:
            This death date needs verification. Deaths list from Pusey Heald file says Mary, dau
            of Thomas. Thomas and Elizabeth Heald had a son named Thomas who was old
            enough to have a daughter. This could be daughter of Thomas & Eliz or
            granddaughter.

            More About MARY HEALD:
            Burial: Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England31

        iv. SARAH HEALD32,33,34, b. 25 Aug 1650, Mobberley, Cheshire, England35; d. 16 Apr
            1671, Mobberley, Cheshire, England - Quaker Burial Grounds, Mobberley36,37,38,39.

            Notes for SARAH HEALD:
            Dr Heald's records from London show a Sarah Heald, daughter of Thomas, died
            Feb. 16, 1671.
            Mary Heald Schreck's book estimates birth 1660.

         v. ANNE HEALD40,41, b. 01 Dec 1653, Mobberley, Cheshire, England42,43.
        vi. ELIZABETH HEALD44,45, b. 02 May 1655, Mobberley, Chesire, England46,47.
6.      vii. JAMES HEALD, b. 02 Feb 1658, Mobberley, Cheshire, England; d. 03 Mar 1736,
             Mobberley, Cheshire, England - Quaker Burial Grounds, Mobberley.


                                       Generation No. 4

4. WILLIAM4 HEALD (THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)48,49,50 was born Abt. 10 Jan 1646 in
Mobberley, Cheshire, England51, and died 20 Aug 1677 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England52. He
married JANE DUNBABIN53,54,55 17 Sep 1667 in Great Sankey, Lancashire, England56,57,
daughter of DUNBABIN. She died 09 Aug 1677 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England58,59,60,61,62.

Notes for WILLIAM HEALD:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

PUBLIC RECORDS

Chester, England, records show a William as a bondsman, 1606. Another is a Gentleman, 1609.
In 1615 a William is issued a marriage license to Elizabeth Shaw of Mobberley.

There is a record of this couple in the Mobberley Monthly Meeting, England.
GENEALOGY IN PRINT - BOOKS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

Note from The Ancestors and Descendants of Henry Patrick and Mary Sansom Heald, DE
Historical Society: "Nothing more is known of this couple except there is a record of this family in
the Minutes of Mobberly Monthly Meeting. Since William and Jane Heald died within a few days
of each other, some ravishing disease or epidemic may have claimed them. It is not known who
reared their minor children."
(Lyford Hale note: See note for Sam I; it appears that the Lindsay family took them in.)

William's father, Thomas, was still living in Mobberley when William died, according to Deaths of
Healds list by Hoyland.

A book of PA birth records shows their son, Samuel, being born in Chester Co. PA, in 1668,
which is 34 years before the writers of the Jacob and Martha book believe they were in America.
Every other Heald record shows Samuel and Mary Bancroft being born in England. Only the
book of abstracts shows them born in the U.S. The book of abstracts must be incorrect.

From the Dr. Pusey Heald collection, Delaware Historical Society, two typewritten pages of
information from letters by a Heald researcher who went to England, then reported his findings to
Dr. Heald:
"So far as we can trace the Heald line with certainty, they were Protestants in the true sense of
the word, for they protested against an established church, whether Roman or Anglican. They
were members of the Society of Friends, or, as commonly known, Quakers, being members of
that body almost from its inception.

"The immigrant ancestor, Samuel Heald and his wife Mary (Bancroft), came to America in 1703
from Cheshire (or Chester County) England, and settled in Chester County, Pa., about twenty
years after the first Quaker exodus to Pennsylvania.

"The preservation of many of the Heald records is due to the faithfulness with which, since about
1650, the Society of Friends has kept records of births, marriages and burials of its membership.
When records have been wanting, it has been because some members of the family departed
from the discipline of the Society.

"In the records preserved at the Yearly Meeting, London (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.),
beginning about 1650, and continuing until 1703, the following Healds of Mobberley are found ...
(see photocopied record for list, which is also incorporated in this genealogy)."

OTHER RESEARCHERS

See in file Gilbert Cope letter to Dr. Pusey Heald, 4-12-1906
Says William was a husbandman. Cope found records at Hardshaw East MM, Lancashire.

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP

Who is this in FTM CD 354?:
Place: Virginia
Year: 1666
Primary Individual: Heale, Wm
Source Code: 6220
Source Name:
NUGENT, NELL MARION. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and
Grants, 1623-1666. Vol. 1. Richmond [VA]: Dietz Printing Co., 1934. 767p. Reprinted by
Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1983.
Source Annotation:
Record of 20,000 very early immigrants, with much relevant information. Taken from Patent
Books 1 through 5. Title page states, "In 5 volumes," but up to 1979 only three had appeared.
See nos. 6221 and 6223 for second and third volumes, published in 1977 and 1979. Issued
originally by Nugent in parts between 1929 and 1931; the parts were then largely incorporated in
this work, no. 6220. Stewart, item no. 9025, compiled the article, "Ancient Planters [1607]," pages
xxviii-xxxiv.
Source Page #: 561

NEED TO SORT AND MOVE

More About WILLIAM HEALD:
Burial: Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England62
Died2: Old style date: 8-20-1677

Notes for JANE DUNBABIN:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

Web site for Cheshire County, England, lists wills of several Dunbabins, using this spelling.
There are no other similar spellings on that site, such as Donbabin or Dunbobbin.

RG6 Quaker Burial Records show Jane, wife of William of Mobberley.

The Ancestors and Descendants of Henry Patrick and Mary Sansom Heald, by ???, found in Dr.
Pusey Heald Collection,
Delaware Historical Society, Wilmington, DE, 1999. Appears to be a detailed and accurate
account, as checked against my many references.

J.V. Hollingsworth Collection, Chester Co Historical Society Archives, letter dated May 4, 1973,
cites Gilbert Cope research:
"Samuel Heald, son of William and Jane (Dunbabin) Heald ..." Note that Cope got the
spelling correct! DUNBABIN.

Gilbert Cope letter to Dr. Pusey Heald, 4-12-1906
Jane Dunbabin was of Great Sankey, Lancashire.

More About JANE DUNBABIN:
Burial: Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England62
Died2: Old style date: 8-9-1677
Fact 1: Donbabin, Dunbabbin, Donbabbin - Dunbabin used by most official records.
Fact 2: Handwritten will in NC State Archives uses spelling "Dunbabin"

Children of WILLIAM HEALD and JANE DUNBABIN are:
7.        i. SAMUEL5 HEALD I, b. 12 Sep 1668, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England; d. Oct
             1736, Kennett Township, Chester Co., PA.
8.       ii. WILLIAM HEALD, b. 18 Sep 1671; d. 02 Jul 1731, Mobberley, Cheshire, England.
        iii. MARY HEALD63,64,65, b. 05 Jun 167566,67.

             Notes for MARY HEALD:
             Did she died at time her parents died or did her Aunt die Sept 10, 1677?
             Genealogies I've found indicate it was the older Mary who died. How they know this,
             I'm not sure.

9.      iv. JOHN HEALD, b. Abt. 1670, Cheshire, England; d. 1740, Kennett, Chester Co., PA.
5. THOMAS4 HEALD (THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)68,69 was born Abt. 1647 in Mobberley,
Cheshire, England69,70, and died 16 Nov 1702 in Age 56. Pownall Fee, Cheshire, England70. He
married JOAN (HEALD) ?71. She was born Abt. 1646, and died 21 Jul 1708 in Maybe- see notes.
Lived in Stockport, Cheshire, England.

Notes for THOMAS HEALD:
Deaths of Healds by Hoyland shows he was age 56, making this Thomas easy to delineate.

More About THOMAS HEALD:
Burial: 18 Nov 1702, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England72
Died2: Old style date: 11-23-1699

Notes for JOAN (HEALD) ?:
Could be second wife of Thomas Sr or wife of Thomas Jr.

Quaker records (RG6/1603) show Thomas and Joan Heald of Mobberley. Their child, Edward,
died May 1, 1681.

Deaths of Healds from Quaker Burial Records, by Hoyland, shows Thomas and Jean or Jane.
Shows Jane's death 7-21-1708, age about 62, a widow of Stockport, buried Stockport.

More About JOAN (HEALD) ?:
Burial: 23 Jul 1708, Stockport
Name2: Pusey Heald files, Death of Healds records, says Jean or Jane

Children of THOMAS HEALD and JOAN ? are:
          i. EDWARD5 HEALD73,74, b. Parents of Mobberley74; d. 01 Mar 1681, Mobberley,
             Cheshire Co., England75,76.

             More About EDWARD HEALD:
             Burial: Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England76

         ii. UNNAMED CHILD HEALD76, d. 23 Oct 1680, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England76.

             More About UNNAMED CHILD HEALD:
             Burial: Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England76


6. JAMES4 HEALD (THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)77,78 was born 02 Feb 1658 in Mobberley,
Cheshire, England79,80, and died 03 Mar 1736 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England - Quaker Burial
Grounds, Mobberley81,82,83. He married ELIZABETH STEWARD84,85 11 Aug 1688 in The house of
John Laub (or Lamb), Ordsley Ford, Mobberley, Cheshire, England86,87, daughter of HENRY
STEWARD and MARGARET RENSHAW. She was born 27 Dec 1668 in Mobberley, Cheshire,
England88, and died 03 Feb 1708 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England89,90,91.

Notes for JAMES HEALD:
RG6/1603 Quaker Burial Records say he was about 79 when he died.

JV Hollingsworth Collection, letter dated May 4, 1973: "On one of the sheets you will note that the
will of James Heald 'the elder of Chorley, Wilmslow, 26 Feb 1736' names as one of his heirs
'Elizabeth Hollinworth, wife of Valentine Hollingworth of Penselvene.'"
From JV Hollingsworth Collection, letter from Henry (Harry) Hollingsworth dated Apr 26, 1973:
" James Heald, of Moberley, yeoman, and Elizabeth Steward, of Mobberley, spinster, at
PownallFee, Cheshire, England, 8 mo, 11, 1688, at house of John James. (441395 Chester
Monthly Meetings, Mobberley, England, as transcribed for Gilbert Cope. In Gen. Society of
Penna., film at LDS Salt Lake City."

Notes for ELIZABETH STEWARD:
The Quaker Records show both Stewards and Stewarts, though this could be from spelling
errors. Elizabeth's maiden name is not given in the Quaker Burial Records, RG6/1603. She is
just listed as the wife of James of Mobberley, age 40.

More About ELIZABETH STEWARD:
AKA (Facts Pg): Eliza
Born 2: Quaker Burial Records say she was 40, making birth in 1668.
Burial: 05 Feb 1708, Quaker Burial Grounds, Mobberley91
Name (Facts Pg): Steward or Stewart

Children of JAMES HEALD and ELIZABETH STEWARD are:
          i. JAMES5 HEALD, JR.92, b. 31 Mar 1689, Mobberley, Cheshire, England92,93; d. 07
             Aug 1758, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England93.

            More About JAMES HEALD, JR.:
            Burial: 10 Aug 1758, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England93
            Religion: Not a Quaker

10.      ii. ELIZABETH HEALD, b. 26 Oct 1690, Mobberley, Cheshire, England.
        iii. MARY HEALD94, b. 169294.

                                        Generation No. 5

7. SAMUEL5 HEALD I (WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)95 was born 12 Sep 1668 in
Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England96, and died Oct 1736 in Kennett Township, Chester Co.,
PA97,98. He married MARY BANCROFT99,100 16 Feb 1691 in Meeting House at John Bancroft's,
Etchells (some say Mobberley), Cheshire Co., England101,102,103, daughter of JOHN BANCROFT
and MARY JANNEY. She was born 13 May 1673 in Eccleston, Cheshire, England104,105, and
died 1736 in Kennett Township, Chester Co, PA106,107.

Notes for SAMUEL HEALD I:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

PUBLIC RECORDS

Samuel Heald was listed on the 1715 tax list for Chester Co, Kennett Tp (per Langley).
From Abstract of Wills and Administrations, Chester Co, PA, p 151:
Samuel Heald, Kennet. Mar 30, 1736. Oct 1, 1736. Also in Wills of Chester Co, PA 1713-1748,
page 78.
"To sons William and Samuel all wearing apparel. To son Joseph my saddle. Rem to wife during
life and at her dec. to be div. among all chil. Ex. wife Mary. Witnesses: Wm Webb, Joshua
Harlan. Abraham Parker. (Joshua was son-in-law of Samuel - LH)

From FTM CD 354, Immigration Lists...
Place: Philadelphia
Year: 1702-1703
Primary Individual: Heald, Samuel
Family Members: Wife Mary
Source Code: 5924
Source Name:
MYERS, ALBERT COOK. Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia, 1682-1750; Being a List of Certificates
of Removal Received at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting of Friends. Philadelphia: Ferris & Leach,
1902. 131p. Reprint of 2nd ed. (1902) by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1957.
Source Annotation:
Certificates of removal from the different meetings of the congregations of Friends to which the
immigrants had belonged in other countries. Supplemented by no. 3313, Hull.
Source Page #: 32

Samuel is mentioned in will of his cousin Thomas Dunbabin -- see Thomas' notes.

These two following mentions show Samuel Heald I as executor of a will for Alexander Lindsay,
then list him and Jane Heald as children of Lindsay. This is probably because the Heald children
were orphaned and the Lindsay's raised them - Lyford’s speculation that fits the facts.

Name: Heald, Samuel
Description: Executor
Date: 12 3 1728
Prove Date:
BookPage: E:114
Remarks: Alexander Lindsay. City of Philadelphia. Sawyer. March 12, 1728/9. ----. E.114. Wife:
Sarah. Children: Samuel Heald, Sarah, Mary, Jane Heald. Exec: Samuel Heald, Sarah Lindsay.

Name: Heald, Samuel
Description: Son
Date: 12 3 1728
Prove Date:
BookPage: E:114
Remarks: Alexander Lindsay. City of Philadelphia. Sawyer. March 12, 1728/9. ----. E.114. Wife:
Sarah. Children: Samuel Heald, Sarah, Mary, Jane Heald. Exec: Samuel Heald, Sarah Lindsay.

GENEALOGY IN PRINT - BOOKS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

From Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, in Salisbury, NC, public library:
"Samuel Heald, Son of William and Jane (Dunbabin) Heald, was born 9-12-1668, in Mobberley,
in Cheshire, England and married Mary Bancroft, born at Eccleston, in the same county, 5-13-
1673; daughter of John and Mary Bancroft. They brought a certificate to Philadelphia from the
monthly meeting at Morley, in Cheshire, dated 10-3-1702. They settled in what is now Pennsbury
Township, on the Brandywine, Chester Co., PA, where Samuel died in 1736. They had eight
children (which are named [other records show 10 children-LH]).”
Bancroft is not named in Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett nor is Samuel Jr.

From the Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale book:
"Yeoman, Friend. The family came to America in 1703 , bringing with them a certificate from
"Monthly Meeting held at Morley, Co. of Chester, England to Friends in Philadelphia," bearing the
date of 10-2-1702. In this certificate it is noted that they 'were born of believing parents.' The
Healds settled on the Brandywine in what is now Pennsbury Tp, Chester Co, PA. They lived
there until death. Both Samuel and Jane are buried in 'Old Kennet' Burial Ground." (Lyford & his
wife visited Kennett Oct. 1999. Went inside the MM House and walked the cemetery. The older
grave markers are gone. The earliest were stones with initials on them. They did not find the
graves of Samuel or Jane.)

JV Hollingsworth Library Collection: John Heald, brother of Sam I, Valentine Hollingsworth and
Sam I lived close to each other. Both Sam and John were members of Kennett MM. John was
the most active.
RELATIVES

In 1732 Samuel I was living on the plantation of Aaron Harlan, his son-in-law. See the Aaron
Harlan notes.

OTHER RESEARCHERS

According to William R. Heald (oldgaga@aol.com), Samuel was left an orphan when 9 years old.
He was about 23 and a farmer when he married Mary. Mr. Heald poses the question of whether
the Healds arrived in Dec 1703 (Feb 1704 new time) with William Penn, Jr?

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP

A book to check: Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia, by Albert Cook Myers.
Another book to check: History of Delaware County, by George Smith, M.D.

American Biographical Library, The Biographical Cyclopedia of American Women
Vol 1, Daughters of America; or Women of the Century
Re Edith Hale Swift, page 236: Earliest Hale ancestor was John Heald, who came from Berwick-
on-Tweed, and settled in Concord in 1635.
LH note: There is no known link between this Heald and ours, although it is still a possibility.

NEED TO SORT AND MOVE

Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666
Nicholas Heald, 1652, by Capt. Francis Morgan, and Ralph Green, Gloucester Co

Colonial Families of US, Vol 6, shows “Valentine Heald of Kennett, PA, b Nov 1677 in
Belleniskcrannel, Ireland, died 1757. M Elizabeth ____ 1713. “

Ancestry.com, Early VA Immigrants 1623-1666,
shows 20 Hales. Probably not related, but here they are:
Clere, James, 1655, by Tho. Hale, Northumberland Co.
Hale, Edw., 1653, by Colo. Wm. Clayborne (Sec. of State), —— Co.
Hale, James, 1651, by Capt. Stephen Gill, Northumberland Co.
Hale, Tho., 1652, by Richard Longe, —— Co. (Thomas lived in Northunberland Co.)
Hale, Nicholas, 1653, by John Maddison, Gloucester Co.
Hale, Tho., 1652, by Richard Hill, Northampton Co.
Hale, Ann, 1641, by Thomas Morrey, Isle of Wight Co.
Hale, Nath., 1653, by James Turner, —— Co.
Hale, Lew, 1636, by John Gater, Elizabeth Co.
Hale, Susan, 1637, by Capt. Thomas Panlett, Charles City Co.
Hale, Tho., 1638, by John Gater, Lower New Norfolk Co.
Hale, Richard, 1638, by John Clarkson, Charles River Co.
Palmeton, Sarah, 1653, by Francis Hale, —— Co.
[p.250] Parmeton, John, 1653, by Francis Hale, —— Co.

More About SAMUEL HEALD I:
Burial: Old Burial Ground beside first Kennett MM house108
Fact 1: Yeoman, Friend

Notes for MARY BANCROFT:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

From FTM Online, Ancestors of Cynthia Lee Miller:
Was Christened May 18, 1673, Etchells, Cheshire, England.
Delaware Historical Society- Dr. Pusey Heald files, show Mary born in Echles, Cheshire.
Hard to say if his note is a misspelling of Etchells or Eccleston.

More About MARY BANCROFT:
Burial: Old Burial Ground beside first Kennett MM house108

Children of SAMUEL HEALD and MARY BANCROFT are:
11.       i. SARAH6 HEALD, b. 19 May 1692, Mobberley, Cheshire, England; d. Dec 1747,
             Kennett Township, Chester Co, PA.
12.      ii. WILLIAM HEALD, b. 20 Feb 1694, Mobberley, Cheshire, England; d. Dec 1747.
        iii. SAMUEL HEALD JR108,109, b. 03 Oct 1695, Adswood, Cheshire, England110,111,112; d.
             10 Feb 1696, Mobberley, Cheshire, England113,114,115.

            Notes for SAMUEL HEALD JR:
            Some records indicate born Aug 31, 1696. This has to do with calendar differences
            (until 1752 first mo was March and 12th mo was feb).

            More About SAMUEL HEALD JR:
            Burial: 13 Feb 1696, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England115
            Died2: Old style date: 12-10-1696

13.     iv. MARY HEALD, b. 15 Oct 1697, Adswood, Cheshire Co., England; d. May 1744,
             Kennett Township, Chester Co, PA.
         v. JANE HEALD116,117, b. 09 May 1700, Mobberley, Cheshire, England118; d. 1748119;
             m. EDWARD WAY120, 1726121,122.
14.     vi. SAMUEL HEALD II, b. 22 Jul 1702, Mobberley, Cheshire, England; d. 1748,
             Kennett, Chester Co., PA.
       vii. BANCROFT HEALD123, b. 24 Jul 1704, Chester Co., PA; d. 25 Jul 1704, Chester
             Co, PA124.
15.    viii. DINAH HEALD, b. 15 Dec 1708, Chester Co., PA.
16.     ix. JACOB HEALD, b. 27 Oct 1711, Chester Co., PA.
17.      x. JOSEPH HEALD, b. 27 Oct 1711, Chester Co., PA.

8. WILLIAM5 HEALD (WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)125,126,127 was born 18 Sep
1671128, and died 02 Jul 1731 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England129. He married HANNAH
TRAVIS130,131 13 Jun 1702132. She was born 1675133, and died 18 Sep 1757 in Tatton, Cheshire,
England133.

More About WILLIAM HEALD:
Burial: 05 Jul 1731, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England133

More About HANNAH TRAVIS:
Burial: 20 Sep 1757, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England133
Name2: Or Trevis

Children of WILLIAM HEALD and HANNAH TRAVIS are:
          i. SAMUEL6 HEALD133, d. 22 Oct 1762, Mere, Cheshire, England133.

            More About SAMUEL HEALD:
            Burial: 24 Oct 1762, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England133

         ii. WILLIAM HEALD133, d. 28 Dec 1776, Cheshire, England133.

            More About WILLIAM HEALD:
            Burial: 31 Dec 1776, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England133
        iii. THOMAS HEALD133, b. Abt. 1712133; d. 09 Aug 1807, Tabley, Cheshire, England133.

             More About THOMAS HEALD:
             Burial: 11 Aug 1807, Mobberley, Cheshire Co., England133


9. JOHN5 HEALD (WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)134,135 was born Abt. 1670 in
Cheshire, England, and died 1740 in Kennett, Chester Co., PA136,137. He married MARTHA
FODEN138,139,140 15 Nov 1701 in Pownal Fee, Cheshire, England141. She died 28 May 1753142.

Notes for JOHN HEALD:

Married to Martha Foden, as per Chester CO Abstract of Wills, page 399. When John died,
Martha married Richard Woodard.
Will is dated 9-28-1753 and refers to Martha's son, Thomas Heald; granddaughter Martha Key;
son John Heald; daughter Phebe Yearsley.

Need more help to prove John's relationship to our family. Pusey Heald wrote that he may be a
cousin of Samuel. If so, he would have to be a son of Thomas and Joan/Jane Heald.

John, Thomas and Samuel lived in the same area at the same time. They show up with the same
related names. They attended Kennett MM, etc., etc.

John and Martha were active members of Kennett MM (per the Bi-centennial book). They had at
least six children. May also have attended Newark MM.

John's will, from Abstract of Wills and Administrations, Chester Co., PA 8-14-1740, pages 185-86:
John Heald, Kennet, Yeoman
Provides for wife Martha inc use of Plantation where I live till son John is 21. To son Thomas #2.
With #10 annually as my exrs shall see him have occasion of it. To son John, my plantation
where I live cont 200 acres & farming implements (?__) at 21. To daus Mary Passmore, Martha
Wilson #40 each. To dau Elizabeth Key 5p & use of #30 in Trust. To dau Phebe Yearsley #40.
To above 4 daus. my int in a Tract of land on West of Susquehanna cont 200 acres and some
houses & lotts in Newport on Christiana River - to be equally div. they paying to the 5 chil of son
Thomas viz. Hannah, Susanna, Joseph, James & Lydia Heald 40; each. Exrs. wife Martha & son
John - Friends Wm Lewis, Joseph Mendenhall, Robert Lewis & Thos Carleton - Trustees.
Witnesses Thos McCullough, Danl McFarson, Valentine Davis.

Prior to leaving England, John lived in Morley in Pownall and was listed as a Husbandman.
Martha also lived in Morley. Both were active in the Cheshire MM.

Kennett Meeting House History shows John Heald Constable of Kennett Township in 1715.
Shows Thomas and John Heald as Overseers of the Poor in 1714 and in later years. Samuel
was Overseer in 1763. John was supervisor of a new road in 1718.

Notes for MARTHA FODEN:
Martha was the widow of John Heald, first of Kennett. Early Church Records of Chester Co, PA
also shows in Vol 1, Quaker Records of Bradford MM, page 131, that Richard Woodward married
Martha, widow of John Heald of Newark MM 15th of 7th Mo, 1743.

Wills of Chester Co, PA by Martin:
Woodward, Martha, widow. West Bradford. (Martha Woodward Heald)
September 28, 1753 May 28, 1753
To son Thomas Heald 20 shillings. To granddaughter Martha Key best apparel. To son John
Heald bed and furniture. Remainder to son John and daughter Phebe Yearsley, also executors.
Letters to John Heald. Wit: Ebenezer Worth, Susanna Worth, Thomas Worth.
From the McFarlan Heald book (found in Manhattan, NY, library):
Appendix, P 62
From Friends Records in England
"John Heald of Morley, in Pownall Fee, Cheshire, a husbandman, married Martha Foden, of
Morley in Pownall Fee, at Pownall Fee, 11th mo. 15, 1701. Thomas Heald, son of John and
Martha, was born at Morley, Cheshire, England 7th mo. 20, 1702."

Quaker Burial Records, RG6/1603 show a number of Fodens being buried at Mobberley Quaker
grounds.

Children of JOHN HEALD and MARTHA FODEN are:
18.       i. ELIZABETH6 HEALD.
         ii. MARTHA HEALD143,144, m. WILSON145,146, Abt. 1731146.
        iii. PHEBE HEALD147,148, d. Aft. 1773; m. (1) ISAAC YEARSLEY149,150, 19 Feb 1739150;
             d. Abt. 1773151; m. (2) SAMUEL OSBORN152, 08 May 1777.

            Notes for ISAAC YEARSLEY:
            Wills of Chester County, PA 1766-1778 Based on Abstracts of Jacob Martin:
            Page 66
            Isaac Yearsley, Thornbury. 5/1/1765 July 28, 1773
            Provides for wife Phebe. To brother Thomas silver watch. To brother Nathan ivory
            headed cane. To Jacob Yearsley son of brother Jacob deceased #20 at 21. At
            wife's decease plantation in Thornbury containing 118 acres to be sold and #200 of
            the proceeds to be set apart for use of cousin Allen Key son of Wm. if living,
            otherwise to children of brother Thomas Yearsley. All remainder of estate to
            children of brother Thomas and children of late sister Elizabeth Heald. Executors:
            Wife Phebe and brother Thomas. Letters to wife Phebe, Thomas being deceased.
            Wit: George Eavenson, Stephen Taylor.

19.     iv. THOMAS HEALD, b. 20 Jul 1702.
20.      v. MARY HEALD, b. Jun 1707.
21.     vi. JOHN HEALD, b. 07 Jun 1722, Kennett Square, Chester Co., PA; d. 06 Mar 1800.

10. ELIZABETH5 HEALD (JAMES4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)153,154 was born 26 Oct
1690 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England155. She married VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, JR.156
1713 in Newcastle Co, DE157, son of VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH and ANN CALVERT. He
was born 12 Jan 1676 in Belleniskcrannell, Armagh Co. Ireland, and died Bef. 25 Mar 1757 in
Kennett, Chester Co., PA157.

Notes for ELIZABETH HEALD:
Harlan genealogy is in error when it says Eliz is daughter of John Heald who came to America
1703 and married Valentine Hollingsworth 1713.

Notes for VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, JR.:
FTM Genealogy Library
Descendants of Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr., page 131

B-2. VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH
Of Kennett, Pa. Son of Valentine1 and Ann (Calvert) Hollingsworth. Born November 12, 1677.
Died 1757. Will dated November 30, 1749. Proven March 25, 1757. Married Elizabeth Heald,
1713.

Note that this page of the book says Valentine, Jr, was son of Ann Calvert Hollingsworth, where
an earlier page says he is son of Ann Ree Hollingsworth.
Page 132
ISSUE
   I. James3--Married Mary ....... More of James later.
  II. Rachel3--First married ...... Hope. He then married ......
        Barnes, 1737.
 III. Valentine, Jr3.--Married Elizabeth Harlan, 1743, daughter of
        Aaron (died 1732) and Sarah Harlan. Sarah left will, dated
        February 5, 1747. Proven March 3, 1747. Mentions sons:
        George, Samuel, and Aaron Harlan, and daughters: Charity
        Baldwin, Mary Evans, and Elizabeth Hollingsworth.
  IV. Elizabeth3--Married Samuel Harlan, 1746. Moved to North
        Carolina, 1753.
   V. Sarah3--Married Aaron Harlan, 1746. Moved to Cane Creek,
        N. C., 1753.

Will dated November 30, 1749, proven March 25, 1757.

More About VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, JR.:
Born2: J.V. Hollingsworth says born 1677

Children of ELIZABETH HEALD and VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH are:
          i. VALENTINE6 HOLLINGSWORTH III158, b. 1718, New Castle Co., Delaware159; d.
             1766159; m. ELIZABETH HARLAN160, 1743160; b. 1720, Kennett Square, Chester Co,
             PA161; d. 1747, Union District, South Carolina161.
         ii. ELIZABETH HOLLINGSWORTH162, b. 1720, Chester Co, PA; d. 1759, Pennsbury
             Twp, PA163; m. SAMUEL HARLAN, 1745, Wilmington, DE163; b. 1722, Kennett
             Square, Chester Co, PA163; d. 02 Jul 1754, Union District, South Carolina163.

             Notes for ELIZABETH HOLLINGSWORTH:
             LouWayne McQuirk: plor@snydertex.com

             Notes for SAMUEL HARLAN:
             Mentioned in will of Isaac Mendenhall, Pennsbury, 1803.

        iii. SARAH HOLLINGSWORTH164, b. Abt. 1722165; m. AARON HARLAN, JR.166, Mar
             1746, Old Swedes Church, Wilmington, Delaware; b. 1724, Kennett Square, Chester
             Co, PA167; d. 1798, Union District, South Carolina167.
        iv. JAMES HOLLINGSWORTH168, m. MARY HARVEY168.

             Notes for JAMES HOLLINGSWORTH:
             J.V. Hollingsworth: There are no records of his birth or death. Will dated 2 Feb
             1763, married Mary Harvey in 1743, had nine children.

         v. RACHEL HOLLINGSWORTH168, m. (1) ELISHA BARNES168; m. (2) MR. HOPE168.


                                        Generation No. 6

11. SARAH6 HEALD (SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)169,170,171 was born
19 May 1692 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England172,173, and died Dec 1747 in Kennett Township,
Chester Co, PA174,175,176. She married AARON HARLAN177,178 02 Nov 1713 in Newark Meeting,
New Castle, Delaware179,180, son of GEORGE HARLAN and ELIZABETH DUCK. He was born 24
Oct 1685 in Parish of Donnahlong, County of Down, Province Ulster, Ireland181,182, and died Sep
1732 in Kennett Township, Chester Co, PA183,184.
Notes for SARAH HEALD:
Buried Friend's Burying Grounds, Kennett, PA


Notes for AARON HARLAN:
From Wills of Chester Co. 1713-1748, page 63:
 "Harlan, Aaron, Kennet, yeoman. May 5, 1732. October 2, 1732. A. 381.
Provides for wife not named inc real estate until son George is 21. To son George when 21 my
now dwelling place being the last part of my tract of land on Brandywine, containing about 300
acres. To son Samuel when 21 the west part of said tract as lately surveyed by Zachariah
Butcher containing 230 acres. To son Aaron when 21, my plantation in Kennet whereon my
father in law now lives. To son Jacob when 21 an equal portion of my estate as either above
named sons. To daughter Charity one gray filly. To daughters Mary and Elizabeth p20 each
when 21. Lands to be valued and sons shares to be made equal. Executors: wife and friend
Samuel Hollingsworth and Saml. Pyle and brother Joshua Harlan. Trustees. Witnesses: Thomas
Strode, Geo. Hollingsworth, Dinah Heald."

From the Harlan Family web site, citing Alpheus Harlan's family history:

8. Aaron HARLAN was born on 24 Oct 1685 in Down County, Northern Ireland. He died in Sep
1752. He was married to Sarah HEALD in 1713 in Newark Meeting, New Castle, Delaware.
Aaron HARLAN #8 and Sarah HEALD had the following children:
i.   Charity HARLAN
ii. George HARLAN
iii. Mary HARLAN
iv. Elizabeth HARLAN
v.   Samuel HARLAN
vi. Aaron HARLAN
vii. Jacob HARLAN was born in 1726. He died in Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.

More About AARON HARLAN:
Burial: Old Burial Ground beside first Kennett MM house

Children of SARAH HEALD and AARON HARLAN are:
          i. CHARITY7 HARLAN, b. 1714, Kennett Square, Chester Co, PA185; d. 1764,
             Frederick Co, VA or Berkeley Co, VA185; m. (1) JOSEPH HACKNEY185, Mar 1731,
             Old Swedes Church, Delaware185; d. 1745185; m. (2) FRANCIS BALDWIN185, Nov
             1746185.
         ii. GEORGE HARLAN, b. 1716, Chester Co, PA185; d. Feb 1749185; m. ELIZABETH
             HOPE185; b. Mar 1719185.
        iii. MARY HARLAN, b. 26 Feb 1717, Chester Co, PA185; d. Blount Co., Tenn185; m. (1)
             OWEN EVANS185, 1734, Old Swedes Church, Wilmington, Delaware185; d. 1747185;
             m. (2) HUGH LAUGHLIN185, 23 Oct 1748, Old Swedes Church, Wilmington,
             Delaware185.
        iv. ELIZABETH HARLAN186, b. 1720, Kennett Square, Chester Co, PA187; d. 1747,
             Union District, South Carolina187; m. VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH III188, 1743188;
             b. 1718, New Castle Co., Delaware189; d. 1766189.
         v. SAMUEL HARLAN, b. 1722, Kennett Square, Chester Co, PA189; d. 02 Jul 1754,
             Union District, South Carolina189; m. (1) ELIZABETH HOLLINGSWORTH; m. (2)
             ELIZABETH HOLLINGSWORTH190, 1745, Wilmington, DE191; b. 1720, Chester Co,
             PA; d. 1759, Pennsbury Twp, PA191.

             Notes for SAMUEL HARLAN:
             Mentioned in will of Isaac Mendenhall, Pennsbury, 1803.
             Notes for ELIZABETH HOLLINGSWORTH:
             LouWayne McQuirk: plor@snydertex.com

        vi. AARON HARLAN, JR.192, b. 1724, Kennett Square, Chester Co, PA193; d. 1798,
             Union District, South Carolina193; m. SARAH HOLLINGSWORTH194, Mar 1746, Old
             Swedes Church, Wilmington, Delaware; b. Abt. 1722195.
        vii. JACOB HARLAN, b. 1726195; d. Died young.


12. WILLIAM6 HEALD (SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)196,197 was born
20 Feb 1694 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England198, and died Dec 1747199. He married ELIZABETH
POTTS200 15 Aug 1719 in At residence of Jonas Potts, Pocopson Cr., Chester Co, PA201,202,203,
daughter of JONAS POTTS and MARY (POTTS). She was born 30 Oct 1699 in Potts Grove,
Philadelphia, PA204.

Notes for WILLIAM HEALD:
Randolph Co NC Land Entries by Grigg lists a William Hale (D297 and B324)

William may have moved the family to VA. Some of the Potts family moved to Loudon Co, VA.
David Potts may have moved to Fairfax Co, CA in 1735. In 1755, Loudon Co. was formed from
the northern part of Fairfax.

JV Hollingsworth Collection: William was disowned by the Newark MM July 30, 1737 for not
paying a just debt.

More About WILLIAM HEALD:
Died 2: William Heald says after 1735

Children of WILLIAM HEALD and ELIZABETH POTTS are:
22.       i. NATHAN7 HEALD, b. 06 Mar 1734, W. Caln Twp, Chester Co. PA; d. 14 Dec 1826,
             Columbiana Co. OH.
         ii. HUGH HEALD.

13. MARY6 HEALD (SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)205,206,207 was born
15 Oct 1697 in Adswood, Cheshire Co., England207, and died May 1744 in Kennett Township,
Chester Co, PA. She married JOSHUA HARLAN208 1719 in Chester Co, PA209,210, son of
GEORGE HARLAN and ELIZABETH DUCK. He was born 15 Nov 1696 in Chester County,
PA211, and died 18 Jun 1744 in Kennett Square, Chester Co, PA212.

Notes for JOSHUA HARLAN:
Database: Full Context of Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825
Book Page: B:164
Surname: Harlan
Given Name: Joseph
Description: Son
Date: 18 Jun 1744
Prove Date: 13 Jul 1744
Remarks: Joshua Harlan of Kennett, yeoman. June 18, 1744. Codicil: June 22. July 13, 1744. B.
164. Provides for wife Mary. To son Joseph his choice of plantation as described. To son Joshua
the other part of plantation my 1/3 part of the corn mill also 1/3 of sawmill ground to be sold and
money applied for use of sons, Samuel and Caleb until they are 25. To Samuel Pyle 1/3 of saw
mill and ground. To John Packer 1/3 of do. To my 3 daughters, viz Deborah wife of Thomas
Evans, Sarah and Rebecca Harlan remainder of personal estate. Executor: son Joseph.
Witnesses: Wm. Webb, Saml. Pyle, Rebecca Webb. Mentions brother James.
From the Harlan Family of America web site, citing Alpheus Harlan's family history:
13. Joshua HARLAN was born on 15 Nov 1696 in Centreville, Delaware. He died in May 1744.
Settled on 200 acres on Brandywine given him by his father. Remained there during his life. Left
estate valued at L537, 04s 8d. He was married to Mary HEALD. Mary HEALD was born on 15
Oct 1697 in Adsworth, Cheshire, England. She was buried in Friends Burying Grounds, Old
Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania. Joshua HARLAN #13 and Mary HEALD had the following
children:
i.   Deborah HARLAN was born on 15 Nov 1720. She died in Wilmington, New Castle,
Delaware.
ii. Joseph HARLAN was born on 17 May 1723. He died on 22 Dec 1803.
iii. Joshua HARLAN was born on 17 Apr 1726. He died on 11 Sep 1804.
iv. Samuel HARLAN was born on 1 Nov 1730. He died on 26 Nov 1811.
v.    Sarah HARLAN died in 1749.
vi. Rebecca HARLAN
vii. Caleb HARLAN

More About JOSHUA HARLAN:
Burial: Old Burial Ground beside first Kennett MM house

Children of MARY HEALD and JOSHUA HARLAN are:
          i. JOSHUA7 HARLAN, b. 17 May 1723213,214; d. 22 Dec 1803215; m. EDITH PYLE215; b.
             02 Mar 1726215; d. 01 Dec 1771215.

            Notes for JOSHUA HARLAN:
            Search Results
            Joshua Harlan, Administrator, Sarah, the widow renouncing. ????

            Search Terms: HARLIN (9), JOSHUA (271)
            Database: Maryland Marriages, 1778-1899
            Combined Matches: 1
            Given Name Surname Given Name Spouse Surname Spouse Marriage Date County
            State
            JOSHUA HARLIN SARAH WOOD 05 Jan 1792 Frederick MD

         ii. JOSEPH HARLAN216.

            Notes for JOSEPH HARLAN:
            Search Results
            Search Terms: HARLIN (6), JOSEPH (4078)
            Database: Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 4
            Combined Matches: 2
            Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy: Ohio
            [p.671] RECORDS
            page 749
            1839, 6, 19. George & w, Phebe H., & ch, Hannah Ann, Joseph Harlin, Lindley,
            Pamelia, Phebe, George & Mansel, rocf Fallowfield MM, Pa., dtd 1839, 5, 11 (H)
            View full context

            Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy: Ohio
            [p.797] RECORDS
            page 820
            1828, 7, 24. Joseph [Harlin] gct Salem MM(H)
            View full context
               Search Terms: HARLAN (1170), JOSEPH (17530)
               Database: Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825
               Combined Matches: 23
               Previous Hits
               Book Page:
               Surname: Harlan
               Given Name: Joseph
               Title:
               Description: Decedent
               Residence: New Garden
               Date: 7 Jan 1804
               Prove Date:
               Remarks: Harlan, Joseph. New Garden.
               Jan. 7, 1804.


        iii.   SAMUEL HARLAN216.
       iv.     CALEB HARLAN216.
         v.    DEBORAH HARLAN216, m. THOMAS EVANS216.
       vi.     SARAH HARLAN216.
       vii.    REBECCA HARLAN216.


14. SAMUEL6 HEALD II (SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)217,218,219 was
born 22 Jul 1702 in Mobberley, Cheshire, England219, and died 1748 in Kennett, Chester Co.,
PA220,221. He married RACHEL NICHOLS222 1727 in Chester Co, PA, daughter of THOMAS
NICHOLS and LYDIA (NICHOLS). She died 1772 in Kennett, Chester Co., PA223,224.

Notes for SAMUEL HEALD II:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

PUBLIC RECORDS

Microfilm file of Kennett Square MM for 1747 and 1748 shows the leaders attempting to deal with
Samuel Heald, who they said was "drinking to excess" and not attending meetings. After several
requests that Sam come answer to the Meeting, which were not answered, in 1748 he was
disowned. He died the same year, so it does not appear that he reconciled. It also appears that
the next two Sams were not in the Quaker church. Sam III was married in Old Swedes Church.
The marriage record for Sam IV has not been located. Sam IV's son, Harlen, was not a Quaker
at the time of his marriage, but was received by the Back Creek MM meeting 10 years after his
marriage.

Wills of Chester Co, PA 1748-1766, page 5, shows that when Samuel Heald died, his wife,
Rachel, was appointed administrator. This was done on 5-16-1748.

GENEALOGY IN PRINT - BOOKS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

Dr. Pusey Heald records from London Quaker records show Samuel born in Mobberley. PA
births abstracts book shows him born in PA.
The book of abstracts is wrong.

OTHER RESEARCHERS

William R. Heald says Samuel and Rachel married 28 Mar 1727.

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP
Abstracts from PA Gazette 1748-1755, p194: "Land near Christiana Bridge, late belonging to
Samuel Hale, to be sold by David Finney at Newcastle (14 Sept)" P 222: "27 Mar 1752, Tract of
land late belonging to Samuel Hale, about 2 1/2 miles from Christiana Bridge, for sale by David
Finney." This Samuel is a Hale cousin as per Delaware Historical Society records. Franklin's
PA Gazette lists 1731 and 1734 Samuel Hale of PA, potter. In latter case, he's looking for a
runaway servant. -- LH. In 1740 Ben Franklin prints and sells Sir Matthew Hale's "Sum of
Religion & Some Observations on the Rev. Mr. Whitefield and His Opposers." There are many
HALES in PA in early and middle 1700's.

Book, "Descendants of Thomas Hale of Delaware," by Thomas Hale Streets lists Hales in
Delaware in 1780's & 90's. Can't find a connection to this line, but childrens' names include
William, Samuel, Joseph and Mathilda.

Book in Santa Clara Library, "Hale, House and Related Families", lists large number of Hales in
Delaware, but says they came from Maryland and New England. Shows no relationship to our
Heald/Hales.

"Hale, House and Related Families" lists Jacob and Isaac, twins born in New England 1762. Our
line also includes twins.

Notes for RACHEL NICHOLS:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

From Abstracts of Wills and Administrations, Chester Co, PA, page 415 and from Wills of Chester
Co. PA 1766-1778:
"Rachel Heald, Kennett. 2-18-1772 2-24-1772
To dau. Ann Welsh p20. To dau Sarah Heald p25. To dau Mary McKenny p10 & what her
husband owes me. Rem to gr ch. To son Samuels chil. Jacob & Rachel p4 each. gr dau Rachel
Welsh bed. Executors Daus Ann Welsh & Sarah Heald Witnesses: Jacob Heald, Jr., George
Green, Thos. Carleton.”

Records of Orphans Court for Chester Co, from Salisbury, NC, Public Library, page 101:
"Rachel Heald administratrix of the Goods and Chatles Wch were of Samuel Heald deceased
exhibitted her accompts of her administration on the said deceased's Estate Praying a
confirmation thereof and the same being examined are accordingly allowed of & Confirmed by
this Court."

Jacob and Martha Book says Rachel was Welsh. William R. Heald says she was born in Wales
abt 1705.

Early Church Records of New Castle Co, DE, p 247, shows George Heald married Rachel
Nickols 10-10-1764. Is this same Rachel?

More About RACHEL NICHOLS:
Fact 1: She was Welsh. Father may have been John Nichols.

Children of SAMUEL HEALD and RACHEL NICHOLS are:
23.       i. ANNE7 HEALD, d. 1785.
         ii. MARY HEALD225, m. MCKENNY226.
        iii. RACHEL HEALD.

             Notes for RACHEL HEALD:
             Chester Co PA has will for a Rachel Heald, died Kennett Township 1772
24.     iv. SAMUEL HEALD III, b. Abt. 1740, Chester Co, PA; d. Jun 1772, Kennett Township,
            Chester Co, PA.
         v. SARAH HEALD227, m. JOHN MCFAIRLAMB228, 25 Nov 1764228.


15. DINAH6 HEALD (SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)229,230 was born 15
Dec 1708 in Chester Co., PA231. She married MARTIN WILCOX232 16 Feb 1735 in Kennett
Square, Chester Co., PA233.

Children of DINAH HEALD and MARTIN WILCOX are:
          i. ABIGAIL7 WILCOX234.
         ii. JOSEPH WILCOX234.
        iii. SARAH WILCOX234.

16. JACOB6 HEALD (SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)235,236 was born 27
Oct 1711 in Chester Co., PA237. He married (1) LYDIA (HEALD) Abt. 1737238. He married (2)
JOANNA239 Abt. 1737 in Chester Co, PA. She was born 16 Jul 1706239, and died 31 Oct 1783239.

Notes for JACOB HEALD:
William R. Heald says he married Sarah Ann Hall, 1737. Says he died in Hockessin, Delaware.

Quaker Marriage Certificates, Concord MM, Delaware Co, PA 1679-1808, shows
on p125 that Joanna Heald and Jacob Heald attended a wedding in 1773, in Chester County.
Who is Joanna?

Notes for LYDIA (HEALD):
Mildred Hodge says "Johanna"

More About JOANNA:
Name2: Or Johanna

Children of JACOB HEALD and JOANNA are:
          i. LYDIA7 HEALD239, m. ISAAC MENDENHALL239.
         ii. MARY HEALD239, b. 22 May 1747239; m. ABRAHAM GREGG239.
        iii. JOANNA HEALD239, m. MR. LYON239, 1779239.
        iv. GEORGE HEALD239.
         v. JACOB HEALD239, b. 1752239; d. Jul 1798239; m. MARY BALL239; b. , Family from
             Baltimore239.

            Notes for JACOB HEALD:
            Drowned while bathing in the Brandywine. His widow remarried a Townsend, but
            was buried with Jacob, Jr. This Jacob started the Baltimore line of Healds.

            More About JACOB HEALD:
            Burial: Old Swedes Cemetery, Wilmington, DE239

25.     vi. SAMUEL HEALD, b. 16 Apr 1754, Lived at Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle Co, DE;
            d. 01 Sep 1828, At Hockessin, DE (possibly at Gregg House, Rt 82, Ashland, 8 mi
            from Wilmington.

17. JOSEPH6 HEALD (SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)240,241 was born
27 Oct 1711 in Chester Co., PA242. He married HANNAH HILD243 07 Sep 1746 in Old Swedes
Church, Wilmington, DE244,245.
Notes for JOSEPH HEALD:
Joseph was disowned by Kennett MM 6-1-1647 for marriage by a priest. Bi-Centennial of Old
Kennett MM

Child of JOSEPH HEALD and HANNAH HILD is:
26.       i. JACOB7 HEALD, b. 25 Mar 1748, Chester Co, PA; d. 12 Oct 1841.


18. ELIZABETH6 HEALD (JOHN5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)246,247. She
married WILLIAM KEY248,249, son of MOSES KEY and ELIZABETH (KEY).

Children of ELIZABETH HEALD and WILLIAM KEY are:
          i. ALLEN7 KEY250.
         ii. MARTHA KEY251.

19. THOMAS6 HEALD (JOHN5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)252,253 was born 20
Jul 1702254,255. He married JOANNA PRYOR256,257,258 03 Oct 1723 in Kennett Meeting, Chester
Co, PA259,260, daughter of SILAS PRYOR and SUSANNA (PRYOR). She was born 16 Feb 1706
in Kennett Township, Chester Co., PA261, and died 31 Oct 1783262.

Notes for THOMAS HEALD:
Some of this family went to York Co., PA. They are mentioned in their grandfather John's will.

A Thomas Heald died in Goshen 1761, intestate. Ellis Davies is Administrator.
Another died in Goshen Oct 8, 1759 intestate. Jonathan Davies is listed as administrator.

Will of Silas Pryor, Kennet, yeoman. June 13, 1732, from Abstract of Wills and Administrations,
Chester Co, PA. "To daughter Joanna wife of Thomas Heald #5 and my great Bible."

Many of the Thomas Heald family left Kennett Meeting and moved to Sadsbury Meeting,
Lancaster Co., PA, then to Warrington/Newberry Meeting, Northern York Co., PA.

Notes for JOANNA PRYOR:
From Memorials Concerning Deceased Friends, Pub 1821:
"Testimony of Warrington Monthly Meeting concerning Joanna Heald, late of Yorktown,
Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Silas and Susanna Prior; born, according to her own
account, the 16th of the Second-month, 1706, in Kennett Township, Chester County. She was
remarkably diligent in the attendance of our religious meetings, both for worship and discipline,
often getting out to monthly and other meetings through great difficulty and bodily weakness; and
having, at times, a short testimony to bear therein, it was to the comfort and edification of Friends.
Toward the latter part of her time, bodily weakness increasing, she was confined to her bed,
about the last of the Fifth-month, 1783. Several friends coming in, after a short time in silence,
she, in a tender lively frame, broken into tears, said, 'I am weak in body, and know not whether I
can be heard; yet feel myself strong in the love of God, which I experience to be amongst us at
this time.'"
(More of this testimony is photocopied and in Lyford Hale's Heald file.)


Children of THOMAS HEALD and JOANNA PRYOR are:
          i. HANNAH7 HEALD263,264.
         ii. SUSANNA HEALD265,266.
        iii. JOSEPH HEALD267,268.
        iv. JAMES HEALD269,270.
         v. LYDIA HEALD271,272.
20. MARY6 HEALD (JOHN5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)273,274,275,276 was born
Jun 1707. She married WILLIAM PASSMORE277,278,279 04 Jan 1724280, son of JOHN
PASSMORE and MARY BUXCEY. He was born 16 Nov 1703281, and died Abt. 1744282.

Notes for WILLIAM PASSMORE:
Abstracts of Chester Co PA Land Records, Vol 4 1753-1758, page 41:
Mortgage. On 8 June 1754 Humphrey Pasmore of Kennett, saddler to John Richardson of
Christiana Hundred in the county of New Castle, merchant. (for rest of this note, see Humphrey
Passmore)
--------------
From Immigration of Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, page 287
Hannah Carleton married William Passmore

More About WILLIAM PASSMORE:
Name (Facts Pg): Also Pasmore

Children of MARY HEALD and WILLIAM PASSMORE are:
          i. HUMPHREY7 PASMORE.

             Notes for HUMPHREY PASMORE:
             Abstracts of Chester Co. PA Land Records 1753-1758, Salisbury, NC public library:
             Mortgage. On 8 June 1754 Humphrey Pasmore of Kennett, saddler to John
             Richardson of Christiana Hundred in the county of New Castle, merchant.
             Humphrey Pasmore by deed of sale made by Thomas Masters and Sibilla his wife to
             John Pasmore dated 18 June 1720 and John Pasmore and Mary his wife by deed
             dated 20 Oct 1738 granted 400 acres in Kennett to their son William Pasmore.
             William Pasmore made his will dated 24 Sept 1744 and gave to his two sons
             Humphrey Pasmore and Enoch Pasmore the 400 acres to be equally divided and
             soon after died. IN 1744 the land was divided by the order of William Levies and
             and Robert Lewis, (actually divided by Zach Butcher) as per the will. Now
             Humphrey Pasmore for #75 granted to John Richardson a tract in Kennet bounded
             by land of Moses Harlan, Deborah Clark, the Mannor of Stenning, land of John Cox
             and John Heald containing 200 acres. Humphrey Pasmore to pay John Richardson
             #79.10 on 8 June 1775. Signed Humphrey Pasmore. Delivered in the presence of
             Mary Richardson and Jane Richardson. Recorded 23 Oct 1754.

         ii. ENOCH PASMORE.

21. JOHN6 HEALD (JOHN5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)283,284 was born 07 Jun
1722 in Kennett Square, Chester Co., PA285, and died 06 Mar 1800285. He married ELIZABETH
YEARSLEY286,287 23 Mar 1744 in Birmingham Meeting House288,289,290, daughter of JOHN
YEARSLEY and SARAH CONNAWAY. She was born 14 Nov 1720 in Of Thorbury
(Thornbury?)291, and died 18 Aug 1763292,293.

Notes for JOHN HEALD:
A John Heald died in Pennsbury in 1800. Another died in Pennsbury 1828 with no will.

The McFarlan-Heald Ancestry, page 10, The Hollingsworth Family says:
Their home was one-fourth of a mile north of Fairville, Chester Co (now in 1884-5 the Dilworth
Farm). There is no family record at hand, and "I am left to circumstantial data; but Elizabeth must
have died before any of her children were married, leaving John a widower for 37 years. John d
in his 78th year; both were buried at old Kennett, without doubt." John Heald's will, made 4th
mo. 29, 1791, proved 3d mo. 18, 1800. Witnesses John Craig, Valentine Hollingsworth, and son
Isaac, executor. It gives "all my farm, where I now dwell, of 191 acres, to son Isaac, together with
all my other estate whatsoever." He is to pay to each of "my daughters, to wit, Sarah McFarlan,
Lydia Morrow and Hannah Howell, the sum of 25 pounds current silver money, in two equal
payments -- 12 pounds 10 shillings in one year, and the other 12 pounds 10 shillings in 2 1/2
years after my decease." The will names Sarah first, and she was likely the eldest. Only three
daughters are named in the will; we have evidence of four. Fourth is named as Polly, who
probably died before 1791.

Quaker Marriage Certificates, Concord MM, Delaware Co, PA 1679-1808, page 61:
present at marriage were Hannah Heald, Thomas Heald, Martha Heald.

More About JOHN HEALD:
Burial: Kennett Square, PA

Notes for ELIZABETH YEARSLEY:
Quaker Marriage Certificates, Concord MM, Delaware Co, PA 1679-1808:
P61 John Heald of Kennett and Elizabeth Yearsly of Thorbury m 3-23-1744 at Birmingham
meeting house. Present Hannah Heald, Thomas Heald, Martha Heald.

More About ELIZABETH YEARSLEY:
Burial: Kennett Square, PA

Children of JOHN HEALD and ELIZABETH YEARSLEY are:
27.       i. SARAH7 HEALD, b. Abt. 1745.
         ii. POLLY HEALD294, b. Abt. 1747295; m. JOSHUA WILEY295.
        iii. LYDIA HEALD295, b. Abt. 1750295; m. MORROW295.
28.     iv. HANNAH HEALD, b. Abt. 1756.
29.      v. ISAAC HEALD, d. Abt. 1822, Pennsbury.


                                         Generation No. 7

22. NATHAN7 HEALD (WILLIAM6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)296
was born 06 Mar 1734 in W. Caln Twp, Chester Co. PA, and died 14 Dec 1826 in Columbiana
Co. OH. He married REBECCA MCBRIDE296 10 Feb 1762 in Holy Trinity Church (Old
Swedes),Wilmington, DE297, daughter of PHILLIP MCBRIDE. She was born Abt. 10 Jan 1743298,
and died 20 Nov 1820298.

Notes for NATHAN HEALD:
This family is listed in the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790 Pennsylvania,
Washington County:
Name of head of family: Heald, Nathan
Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 1
Free white males under 16 years: 2
Free white females, including heads of families: 4

More About NATHAN HEALD:
Burial: Middleton Burial Ground, Columbiana Co, OH
Occupation: Farmer

Notes for REBECCA MCBRIDE:
JV Hollingsworth Collection: On Feb 6, 1785 "Rebecca Heild and children, John, WIlliam,
Elizabeth, Mary, Nathan, Sarah, Richard and Rachel" were received at Hopewell MM, Virginia.

Children of NATHAN HEALD and REBECCA MCBRIDE are:
          i. JOHN8 HEALD299, b. 05 Sep 1763, Loudon Co, VA299; d. 26 May 1841, Columbiana
             Co. OH; m. PHEBE HUTTON299.
30.      ii. WILLIAM HEALD, b. 10 Jan 1766, Loudon Co, VA; d. 06 Apr 1867, Springdale
             Cedar Co, IA.
         iii. ELIZABETH HEALD299, b. 18 Apr 1768; d. 1836.
        iv. HANNAH HEALD299, b. 15 May 1770, Loudon Co, VA; d. 18 Jul 1864, Middleton
              Burial Ground, Columbiana Co, OH; m. JAMES ADAMSON299, 09 Oct 1788.
          v. REBECCA HEALD299, b. 11 Jan 1773.
        vi. MARY HEALD299, b. 13 Jul 1775; m. ABRAHAM WALTON299, 29 May 1794,
              Westland MM, Washington Co, PA299.
        vii. NATHAN HEALD, JR.299, b. 10 Nov 1777, Washington Co, PA; d. 26 May 1853,
              Columbiana Co. OH.

            Notes for NATHAN HEALD, JR.:
            Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, 1789-1903, Vol 1.
            Page 87. Nathan Heald, 26 Aug 1812 to 18 Apr. 1814.
            Page 116: Nathan Heald, 18 Apr to 12 May 1814. From Ancestry.com
            Volume 2 of this same book, page 24: Heald, Nathan, capt 1 inf 15 Aug 1812, Ft
            Dearborn Chicago, Ill, wounded and prisoner.

       viii. SARAH HEALD299, b. 19 Nov 1779; d. 03 Nov 1785.
        ix. RUTH HEALD299, b. 19 Nov 1779; d. 15 Sep 1784.
         x. RACHEL HEALD299, b. 07 Jun 1782, Washington Co, PA; d. Abt. 1825, Middleton
             Burial Ground, Columbiana Co, OH.
        xi. JAMES HEALD299, b. 01 Apr 1786, Washington Co, PA; d. 20 Nov 1842, Hanover
             Twp, Columbiana Co., OH.


23. ANNE7 HEALD (SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)300 died
1785301. She married DANIEL WELSH302,303 23 Nov 1751303.

More About ANNE HEALD:
Fact 1: or Ann

Child of ANNE HEALD and DANIEL WELSH is:
          i. RACHEL8 WELSH304.


24. SAMUEL7 HEALD III (SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)305
was born Abt. 1740 in Chester Co, PA, and died Jun 1772 in Kennett Township, Chester Co,
PA306,307. He married RUTH HARLAN308 28 Apr 1760 in Old Swedes Church, Wilmington,
Delaware309, daughter of JOSEPH HARLAN and HANNAH ROBERTS. She was born 30 Jun
1741 in Kennett Tp, Chester Co., PA310,311, and died 05 Sep 1828 in Friends Burial Ground,
Springfield Meeting House, Adams Township, Clinton Co., OH312,313.

Notes for SAMUEL HEALD III:
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PUBLIC RECORDS

"Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church Wilmington Delaware, " translated from the original
Swedish by Horace Burr, published by Historical Society of Delaware, 1890. Page 712 lists
marriage of Sam and Ruth as March 28, 1760. A second book, "Early Church Records of New
Castle Co., Delaware, 1713-1799," shows number of other Heald marriages.

From Abstract of Wills and Administrations, Chester Co, PA:
" Samuel Heald, Kennett June 19, 1772, Ruth Heald Adm.
The administration accounts filed Oct 1, 1783 by Ruth Langley mention six children but do not
name them."
From Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania 1766-1778, p 44:
Samuel Heald witnessed will of Sarah Carleton, Kennett, 12-22-1770.

WILL

Full Context of Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825
Viewing records 1262-1271 of 60263 Matches
Book Page:
Surname: Heald
Given Name: Samuel
Title:
Description: Son
Residence:
Date: 18 Feb 1772
Prove Date: 24 Feb 1772
Remarks: Rachel Heald. Kennett. 2/18/1772. Feb. 24, 1772. To daughter Ann Welsh £20. To
daughter Sarah Heald £25. To daughter Mary McKenny £10 and what her husband owes me.
Remainder to grandchildren. To son Samuel's children Jacob and Rachel £4 each.
Granddaughter Rachel Welsh bed. Executors: Daughters Ann Welsh and Sarah Heald.
This is Rachel Nichols Heald's will, which named her son Samuel and other children. She died in
1772, as did her son Samuel.

GENEALOGY IN PRINT - BOOKS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

From Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale book, page 203: "Armonia Hale, son of Jacob and Martha,
received a letter about 1850 from Edward J. Heald, his cousin and the son of Joseph Hale.
Edward was publisher of the Fayetteville, NC, Observer. He wrote that his aunt, Mary Heald, had
married John Harper and moved south. His uncle, Samuel Heald, owned large tracts of land in
NC and had a son, Joseph, who went to Indiana. Armonia said about the time of the Civil War all
contact was lost with the NC Heald/Hales.

"It is an oft-told Hales of Ohio story that a brother of Jacob moved to Georgia and developed the
Georgia peach. Edward J. Hale and family moved to NY after the war and became publishers.
Samuel (III) was not a member of the Friends when married, since Kennett Monthly Meeting of
Friend recorded: "Ruth Harlan was complained of for her marriage by a priest to one not in unity
with the Friends." and Ruth was disowned 4-16-1761. Samuel was a merchant and interested in
water commerce. He had several sloops in Wilmington, Del with which to carry on his business.
Not leaving a will at his death, his wife, Ruth, was granted 'Letters of Administration for his estate
in Chester Co, PA, 6-19-1772.' To this she signed her name 'Ruth Heald.' Her sureties were
Thomas Carleton and Joseph Harlan, probably her father. An inventory of the estate was signed
'East Caln, October 1783. Errors accepted by Ruth Langley.' The name of a sixth child was not
found."

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP

Sam III was about 8 when his father died. I've found no record that his mom remarried.

Samuel was buried in Friends Burying Grounds, Kennett Township, Chester Co, PA A person did
not have to be a Friend to be buried in their cemetery.

Rachel Heald, the child of Sam and Rachel, died young.
Notes for RUTH HARLAN:
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GENEALOGY IN PRINT - BOOKS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

From Rich Langley, as taken from, "History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family, Chester Co.,
Pa 1687."
Ruth married Allen Langley at Christ Church, PA, 9-29-1773. He is presumed to be the son of
Jonathan Langley of Christiana Hundred, New Castle, Del. The Langleys, with the Heald
children, moved to Cumberland Co., NC about 1785. In 1818, after Jacob Hale and his family
settled in Clinton Co, Ohio, Ruth and Allen Langley moved to that place to be near the Hales.
She died in 1828, buried Springfield Meeting Bg. Her grave was marked by a creek stone. Allen
Langley moved to Indiana to live with his son, Jonathan, where he died.”
(Note: early Quaker graves were marked with natural stones and carved only with initials, to keep
them "simple." This later changed, but most early graves are now not identifiable. -- LH)

Jacob and Martha book: buried in old part of burial ground, grave unmarked, Springfield Mtg, Bg.


Children of SAMUEL HEALD and RUTH HARLAN are:
          i. RACHEL8 HEALD, b. Chester Co., PA; m. SAMUEL STOUT314, 1790.

            More About RACHEL HEALD:
            Fact 1: Died young

31.      ii. JOSEPH HEALD, d. Bef. 1814.
32.     iii. SAMUEL HALE IV, b. Abt. 1770; d. Abt. Sep 1829, Randolph Co., NC.
        iv. MARY HEALD315,316, m. JOHN HARPER317,318.

            Notes for MARY HEALD:
            Heald letter from Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale book, page 203: "Aromonia Hale,
            son of Jacob and Martha, received a letter about 1850 from Edward J. Heald, his
            cousin and the son of Joseph Hale. Edward was publisher of the Fayetteville, NC
            Observer. He wrote that his aunt, Mary Heald, had married John Harper and moved
            south. His uncle, Samuel Heald, owned large tracts of land in NC and had a son,
            Joseph, who went to Indiana. Armonia said about the time of the Civil War all
            contact was lost with the NC Heald/Hales." This letter must have been discussing
            ancient Heald history. Mary and John would have been married decades earlier
            than the letter was written.

33.      v. JACOB HALE, b. 04 Sep 1763, Kennett Township, Chester Co., PA; d. 05 Sep
            1851, Clinton Co., OH, buried Springfield Mtg. Bg..

25. SAMUEL7 HEALD (JACOB6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)319
was born 16 Apr 1754 in Lived at Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle Co, DE320, and died 01 Sep
1828 in At Hockessin, DE (possibly at Gregg House, Rt 82, Ashland, 8 mi from Wilmington320. He
married MARGERY GREGG321. She was born 13 Mar 1754322.

Notes for SAMUEL HEALD:
Samuel's house was still standing in 1913. Samuel's son, George, upon returning to Ohio with
$500 inherited from his father, was murdered and robbed of his money - from The Southern
Branch of the Heald Family Tree - DE Historical Society Pusey Heald Collection.

This Samuel (the father) is the one referred to at Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle Co, DE,
adjoining Hockessin Meeting Grounds.
Children of SAMUEL HEALD and MARGERY GREGG are:
          i. GEORGE8 HEALD.
         ii. HARMON HEALD, d. Founded Healdsburg, CA.
        iii. SAMUEL HEALD, d. Moved to Georgia.

            Notes for SAMUEL HEALD:
            Went to Georgia.

26. JACOB7 HEALD (JOSEPH6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)323,324
was born 25 Mar 1748 in Chester Co, PA325,326, and died 12 Oct 1841327. He married MARY
LEONARD328 18 Mar 1773 in Kennett Meeting, Chester Co., PA329, daughter of DANIEL
LEONARD and RUTH HARLAN. She was born 04 Jan 1744 in PA330, and died 31 Jul 1805331.

Notes for JACOB HEALD:
Jacob admitted to membership Kennett MM 12-17-1772 and married 3-18-1773 at same meeting
to Mary Leonard (Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, page 52)

Will of Isaac Mendenall, Pennsbury 1803, says Jacob is running his plantation.

Randolph Co NC Land Entries 1779, 1780 & 1783-1801 by Grigg: Jacob Haild (D430) issued
Nov 28, 1797; Jacob Haild enters 100 ac of land in Randolph Co on Waters of McIngtires Cr on E
side of Enoch Davis entry and on west side of his own line July 4, 1797.
* Not sure if this refers to this Jacob or to Jacob, the son of Samuel Hale III.

Children of JACOB HEALD and MARY LEONARD are:
          i. HANNAH8 HEALD331, b. 07 Nov 1773332; d. 12 Aug 1820333; m. JOHN WAY333, 22
             Jan 1795333; b. 11 Feb 1772334; d. 17 Aug 1848334.
         ii. RUTH HEALD335, b. 26 Apr 1777; d. 30 Jan 1838335; m. SAMUEL LEWIS335,336, 21
             Oct 1813337; b. 12 Dec 1752338.
34.     iii. JOSEPH HEALD, b. 14 Jun 1777, Chester Co, PA; d. 06 May 1823, New Castle,
             DE.
        iv. MARY HEALD339, b. 21 Jun 1784339; d. 05 Oct 1852340; m. ABRAHAM
             JEFFERIS341,342, 1807342.

            More About ABRAHAM JEFFERIS:
            Fact 1: Not sure of this name

        v. ORPHA HEALD343, b. 04 Jul 1787344; d. 18 Sep 1874345; m. GEORGE
            PASSMORE345, 24 Sep 1829345; b. 12 Jun 1766346; d. 04 Feb 1841346.
        vi. LYDIA HEALD347, b. 30 Mar 1799348; d. 12 Oct 1863349; m. CALEB
            MENDENHALL349, 11 Apr 1816349.


27. SARAH7 HEALD (JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)350 was born
Abt. 1745350. She married JOHN MCFARLAN350 1765350.

Children of SARAH HEALD and JOHN MCFARLAN are:
          i. ELIZABETH8 MCFARLAN350, b. 1766350.
         ii. WILLIAM MCFARLAN350, b. 1768350.
        iii. GEORGE MCFARLAN350, b. 1772350.
        iv. ENOCH MCFARLAN350, b. 1777350.
         v. ISAAC MCFARLAN350, b. 1778350.
        vi. PHEBE MCFARLAN350, b. 1779350.
28. HANNAH7 HEALD (JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)350 was
born Abt. 1756350. She married RICHARD HOWELL350.

Children of HANNAH HEALD and RICHARD HOWELL are:
          i. EVAN8 HOWELL350.
         ii. LYDIA HOWELL350.

29. ISAAC7 HEALD (JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)350 died Abt.
1822 in Pennsbury351. He married LYDIA PASSMORE352.

Notes for ISAAC HEALD:
Believe the following is will of this Isaac Heald, from Abstract of Wills and Administrations,
Chester Co., PA, p 593:

Isaac Heald, Pennsbury. Feb 12, 1821 Dec 10, 1822
Provides for wife Lydia.
To son John part of my plantation and half of woodland. To son Passmore part of plantation,
described, when 21. To dau. Mary, wife of Benjamin Lobb, a piece of land, described, containing
25 acres, 32 per. Rem of est. to dau. Elizabeth. Exrs. Wife, Lydia Heald & son-in-law Benjamin
Lobb. Wits Peter Harvey, Joseph Harvey, William Harvey.

Pennsylvania in 1780, A Statewide Index of Circa 1780 PA Tax lists, compiled by John "D" and E.
Diane Stemmons:
John Heale CHST:PB
Isaac Heald CHST:NE
Jacob Heald CHST:PB

Children of ISAAC HEALD and LYDIA PASSMORE are:
          i. MARY8 HEALD353, m. BENJAMIN LOBB354.
         ii. PASSMORE HEALD354.
        iii. ELIZABETH HEALD354.
        iv. JOHN HEALD354.

             Notes for JOHN HEALD:
             PA records show a John dying in Pennsbury with a will in 1800 and one dying
             without a will in 1828.


                                         Generation No. 8

30. WILLIAM8 HEALD (NATHAN7, WILLIAM6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2,
THOMAS1)355 was born 10 Jan 1766 in Loudon Co, VA, and died 06 Apr 1867 in Springdale
Cedar Co, IA. He married SARAH356.

Notes for WILLIAM HEALD:

From the Ohio Genealogical Society:
SOME RECOLLECTIONS OF WILLIAM HEALD by Katherine Fawcett Kneale, Chesterland OH
WRITTEN BY HIMSELF ON HIS 100TH BIRTHDAY

I was born in Loudoun County, Virginia, on the 10th day of the First Month, 1766, at the foot of a
mountain called "Short Hill", a spur which puts out of Blue Mountains at Harper's Ferry, where a
small stream and a great road pass through it. A village is located on the east side, called the
Gap, near which I was born.
In the year 1771 my father moved his family over the mountains to a place now called Uniontown,
where Henry Beeson was building a mill, and had a field cleared which father got to plant in corn.
The next year he removed 11 west, where he had three tracts of land on one of which he stayed
two years. When the Indian War broke out, after he had planted his corn, he decided to take his
family back over the mountains and after burying his iron tools, hardware and crockery ware,
started but before he got to where Uniontown is now, where they were building a fort, he broke
his wagon and was obliged to leave it and stop at the fort, where we stayed all summer,and went
back to his farm twice and stayed two or three days each time to tend his corn. At one time he
took my older brother and me with him, and while we were there the Indians killed a family about
3 miles from us on the Monongahela, but the Indians never attacked the fort. Two years after the
Revolutionary War commenced, when he sold his land and removed to what is now Washington
County, six miles west of Brownsville, and lived there in danger of the Indians. In the year 1799
he bought 40 acres of land with a mill site on it at the mouth of the Little Beaver and moved to it. I
having been married in the year 1792 moved with him, and we built a grist mill and a saw mill.

In Tenth Month, 1801, I moved my family to now what is called Columbiana County, Ohio, having
sold our mills for $2700. I think in 1803 our County was organized, and the first court was held in
Matthias Lower's barn; the jury sat on logs. The court had the appointing of County Surveyor, and
at that court I was appointed to that office, and was reappointed at different times for 27 years. In
the year 1805 I was appointed surveyor to divide 12 townships into sections and set corners to
quarter sections. The townships had been laid out before and divided into lots of four sections
each, so I had to run three lines through each township, both east and west and north and south
and set quarter-section corners. My district was the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th ranges adjoining the
New Connecticut, or Western Reserve Line. I began early in the spring, and after I performed the
work in the woods, I had to make three plats and descriptions of every township, one to be sent to
Washington and one for the land office in Steubenville, and one for the General Surveyor who
kept his office in Cincinnati, where I had to go to make my returns.

I was allowed $3.00 a mile for surveying, having to find hands and diet. My fees were $1300. and
my outlay $300. In the year 1840 my wife died. We had nine children. One died when he was
seven years old, all the rest have families. I have had from that time to the present to live with my
children. Am now living with my son-in-law, Albert F. Sharpless and his wife, my youngest
daughter Lydia. When I arrived at my hundredth year, all my children living, and a number of their
children, grandchildren and two of the fifth generation assembled with us. When we had dinner
for them some of them made a calculation, and made out that my children, grand-children and
great grand-children and two of the fifth generation, amount to 160 living.

I voted for Washington when a candidate for President, and voted at most of the presidential
elections up to the present time.

William Heald
Damascus, Ohio
First Month 15th, 1866

Children of WILLIAM HEALD and SARAH are:
           i. RACHEL9 HEALD, b. 16 Jul 1793; m. SAMUEL OLIPHANT; b. 22 Jan 1790.
          ii. ELIZABETH HEALD.
         iii. JOSEPH HEALD.
        iv. WILLIAM HEALD.
          v. ABNER HEALD.
        vi. SARAH HEALD.
        vii. JOHN HEALD.
       viii. ISRAEL HEALD.
        ix. LYDIA HEALD.
31. JOSEPH8 HEALD (SAMUEL7, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2,
THOMAS1)357,358 died Bef. 1814359. He married DOLLY HARRENDON360,361 02 Oct 1792 in
Orange Co., NC362, daughter of HARRENDON. She died Abt. 1808363.

Notes for JOSEPH HEALD:

PUBLIC RECORDS
Joseph owned 555 ac 1wp, 1bp 1803 Randolph Co Tax List. Was near his brother Sam. List is
signed J. Hale, JP. He is listed as Joseph Hale.

1815 Tax List by Winfred Hinshaw shows Joseph Hails estate 290 acres on Uharie and 505 acres
at Andrew Phouts (page 9).

Joseph Hale shown in Randolph Co. Archives Court Record, May Term 1811.
Record pertains to Joseph Hale "deceased." His administrator is Lewis Ward in the county of
Buncombe. Not sure if this is our Joseph.
General Index to Real Estate Conveyances, Etc., Randolph Co, shows several Joseph Hale land
transactions, plus others for other Hales.

Randolph Co, NC Genealogical Journal, Fall 1994, p38, lists abstracts of settlements with
guardians:
"Page 41 Dann Merrell & Solomon K. Goodman, guardian of the children of Joseph Hale,
deceased. Mentions Samuel (Hale), Patsy Hale."
The above probably took place in the 1814 term.

On page 39, for the 1815 term: "Dan Merrell & Solomon K. Goodman, guardians for John, Patsy,
Samuel, Ellice, Edward, Gromphrey (Phromphrey) Cintha and Betsy Hail, heirs of Joseph Hail,
deceased."

On page 40, citation for page 52 of records: Dan Merrell & Solomon K Goodman, guardians of
the heirs of Joseph Hale: “John, Patsy, Samuel, Ellis, Edward, James, Pomphrie, Herrindon,
Cinthy & Betsy Hale. Mentions: 'paid Robert Parker his wife Patsy's legacy."
(Note: Where did James and Herrindon come from??? This is first mention I've found of them.
Herrindon probably misspelling of Harrendon, the maiden name of the mother of these children.)

1819 session, page 44 of journal, page 87 of court records: "Hale, deceased, heirs: Samuel Hale,
Ellis Hale, Edward J. Hale, Pomfret Hale, Cintha Hale & Elizabeth Hale. Robert Parker
mentioned." (Note: Who is Elizabeth? Is this Betsy?)

1823 term, page 4, Spring 1995 Journal, page 110 of court record: "Dan Merrill & John H. Hale,
guardian of the heirs of Joseph Hale:
Ellis H. Hale, Edward James Hale, Pomprett H. Hale, Cynthia Hale & Elizabeth Hale." (Note: It
looks like John H. Hale is the brother, who has reached an age to help the family.)

1824 term, page 6 of Spring 1995 journal lists "Cynthia Tomlinson, Pomphrete H. Hale, Elizabeth
Hale."

Randolph County State Archives show an 1827 petition: "John Hale, Samuel Hale, Ellis Hale,
Pomphry Hale, Edward Hale. John Hale guardian of Elizabeth Hale." Joseph Hale departed life
owning several large tracts of land on the waters of the Uhwarrie. Joseph died intestate, leaving
the said John, Samuel, Ellis, Pomphrey, Joseph, Elizabeth, William and Cynthia Hale the land.

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP
Uncle to Harlen Bolden Hale, brother of Sam Heald IV
More About JOSEPH HEALD:
Name (Facts Pg): Also known as Hale

Notes for DOLLY HARRENDON:
WILL
Will of Dolly Harrendon Hale, from Raleigh, NC State Archives:
Will Book 3, pages 119-120.

Feb Term 1809 (typed at it is written)
“In the name of God Amen. I Dolly Hale of the County of Randolph and State of North Carolina
being in bad health but of Sound mind and memory Takeing it into Consideration its appointed
Once for all men and Women to die I do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament.

First I recommend my Sole to my God who gave it (to) me and my Body to the durst from whence
it came to be Burried in a Christian decent
burial at the discretion of my friends and Executors Nothing doubting but I shall receive the Same
again at the day of General Resurection as Touching what worldly Estate as it has pleased God
in his Goodness to bless me with in this life I Devise and Dispose of in the following manner Viz.
after the discharge of all my just Debts Viz.

Item - I give and bequeath unto my oldest Daughter Patsy Hale One bed and Furniture. I give
and bequeath unto my Next Eldest daughter Synthy Hale One Bed and furniture.

Item- I give and bequeath to my youngest daughter Betsey Hale One Bed and furniture. It is my
Desire that my beloved friend Nathan Hunt Shall have the Raising of three of my Children John,
Samuel and Cinthy.

Its my desire that my friend Edward Jones Shall have the raising of my son Edward.

Its allso my desire that my Uncle John Ferrington shall have the raising of my son Ellis Hale.

Its also my desire that Betsy Merril Shall take my youngest Daughter Betsey Hale.

Its allso my desire that my beloved Sister Jane Burnatt shall have the raising of my Daughter
Patsy Hale.

Its my Desire that all the resolve of my Estate Shall be collected Together turned into money and
put to Interest. And when they come of age Equally divided amongst them.

I nominate and appoint my beloved friend Lewis Ward and Nathan Dix my sole Executors to
Carry in to Effect this my last will and testament.

Signed Sealed pronounced to be my last will and testament this 17th day of November 1808.

In presents of Thomas Beard and Elizabeth Beard                  Her mark: Dolly ** Hale

The Execution of the Foregoing last will and Testament of Dolly Hale, Dec'd. was duly proven in
Open Court by Thomas Beard and Ordered to be recorded. Jesse Harper, C.C.

More About DOLLY HARRENDON:
Name (Facts Pg): Two spellings found: Herndon and Harrendon


Children of JOSEPH HEALD and DOLLY HARRENDON are:
          i. PATSY9 HALE364, m. ROBERT PARKER364, Abt. 1816364.
             Notes for PATSY HALE:
             From Encyc of Amer Quaker Gen.. Don't know if this is our Patsy Hale.
             Hale, Patsy married Hammons, Peter on 10 Sep 1809 in Knox County, Kentucky

         ii. CYNTHIA HALE364, m. TOMLINSON365.

             More About CYNTHIA HALE:
             Name (Facts Pg): Known as Cinthy

35.     iii. JOHN H. HALE.
        iv. SAMUEL HALE366.
         v. EDWARD JAMES HALE366.

             Notes for EDWARD JAMES HALE:
             This is the Edward J. Hale who was Editor of the Fayetteville Observer. He was
             known as a leading journalist. In book "North Carolina, Rebuilding An Ancient
             Commonwealth 1584-1925," by Conner, pub 1929:
             "The Fayetteville Observer, founded in 1817, was edited from 1825 to 1865 by
             Edward J. Hale, whose editorial page was 'widely respected for its sanity and its
             sense of public spirit.'"

             See Samuel IV notes regarding letter from Edward J. to his cousin Armonia. This
             letter confirms a number of links between family members.

             The North Randolph Historical Society Quarterly, Winter 1970, Vol 4, no 4, page
             156: An Edward Hail is shown marrying Jane Vanhoy, April 19, 1801. That's a bit
             early to be this Edward.

        vi. POMPRETT H. HALE367.

             More About POMPRETT H. HALE:
             Name (Facts Pg): Humphrey? Phromphrey? Pomfret? Pompohrete, etc. - This
             named is spelling differently on about 8 different records.

       vii. ELLIS H. HALE368.
       viii. ELIZABETH HALE368.

             More About ELIZABETH HALE:
             Name (Facts Pg): Known as Betsy

32. SAMUEL8 HALE IV (SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3,
WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)369,370 was born Abt. 1770, and died Abt. Sep 1829 in Randolph Co., NC371.
He married JANE (HALE)372,373 Abt. 1798. She was born Abt. 1780374, and died Abt. 1833375.

Notes for SAMUEL HALE IV:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

PUBLIC RECORDS

Samuel Hale died (intestate) in Randolph Co., NC, in Sept or Oct 1829. The court appointed
Harlen B. Hale as administrator of the estate. The estate was inventoried on 17 Nov 1829 and
sold shortly thereafter. Jane Hale bought almost all the household furniture. Priscilla Hale bought
1 heifer and a chest. In Nov 1829, Jane, widow, petitioned the court for support from the estate.
(Ref: Estate Records, Randolph Co., NC C.R. 081-508-60).
Samuel Hale had 300 ac 1 wp from 1803 Tax List, p12. Also on the list are Richard Beckerdite,
Joseph Hale and Joshua Hadley.

Sam Hale had 300 acres in Uwharrie. 1 white poll, 1 black poll. Which Sam? This from the 1815
Tax List, Winford Hinshaw, page 8.

1820 Tax List, Randolph Co, by Grigg, p11: Samuel Hale 598 acres on Caraway. Value $1000 0
white poll. Capt. Rush's Tax District

Randolph County Court Orders, from NC State Archives, Randolph Co.
Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions - May Term 1813
The Court ordered that Jacob Fouts, Andrew Fouts, Dann Merrill, SAMUEL HALE, Benjamin
Way, Jacob Varner, Sol K. Goodman, Benjamin Wade, Jr, Greenury Mullinex, Aaron Fouts, Sr.,
Thomas Andrew, James Adcock, & John Hawkins, be appointed a jury to view and extend the
new road from Jacob Varners to the Cucumber road at the County line on said road.

The Dann Merrill mentioned here is probably the Dan Merrel mentioned as guardian of children of
Joseph & Dolly Heald.

WILL - There was none

GENEALOGY IN PRINT - BOOKS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

There is a Heald letter that gives the names of Sam III's children; so says the Jacob and Martha
Harvey Hale book, page 203:
"Armonia Hale, son of Jacob and Martha, received a letter about 1850 from Edward J. Heald, his
cousin and the son of Joseph Hale. Edward was publisher of the Fayetteville, NC, Observer. He
wrote that his aunt, Mary Heald, had married John Harper and moved south. His uncle, Samuel
Heald, owned large tracts of land in NC and had a son, Joseph, who went to Indiana. Armonia
said about the time of the Civil War all contact was lost with the NC Heald/Hales."

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP

The name may have been pronounced "Haild," not "Heeald". That would explain the transition to
Hale, via phonetic spelling that was also spelled Hail at times.

Was Samuel's middle initial "H"? I have a note that says so, but don't know where it came from.

Here is evidence of Harlen's being the son of Samuel IV: As oldest son, or oldest living son
(Joseph was dead already), Harlen was appointed administrator of his father's estate. The 1833
court records regarding Harlen's serving as administrator lists the names of his siblings and says
they are "heirs of Samuel Hale, deceased."

When Sam was 2 or 3 his father died and his mother remarried. When he was about 15, the
family moved to Cumberland Co., NC.
Look for info about Allen and Ruth Harlan Heald Langley, in NC. (Fayetteville is in Cumberland
Co)

His brother Jacob married in Cane Creek, NC, in 1786.

1790 Census of Delaware, Christiana Hundred, lists Sam and Jacob Heald. Sam's brother is in
Randolph Co by this time, as are Allen and Ruth Heald Langely (See 1790 Fed census for North
Carolina). This may be a cousin or uncle.

Sam IV may have married in Delaware and had land there. The Mill Creek Hundred, Delaware,
1790 Census also lists Sam Heald, but the Dr. Pusey Heald files show this Samuel to be a
cousin. This Jacob may be the one buried at Old Swedes Church. Need to sort out the Mill
Creek and Christiana Hundred Sam Healds.

Did his son, Joseph, move to Indiana prior to 1850?
Did he go to Georgia or did his brother, Joseph?

From land transactions upon the death of Mary Hale, it appears that she had additional sisters
who are not on my list: Nancy who married Joshua Pool; Ruth who married James Davis; Sarah
who married Nathan Kendal or Kendall and had children: Addison and Cynthia. Or is this wrong
Mary???

Notes for JANE (HALE):
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

PUBLIC RECORDS

Believe our Jane died in 1833 or 34, based on court records regarding guardianship of her
children granted to her son, Harlen B. Hale.

Have the inventory of Jane's goods, in the handwriting of Harlen. Is signed February 1835, but
note on top of page from court says November 11, 1834.
"6 meal bags 1 meal barrel 1 flour barrel 1 meal sifter (?) 1 vinegar barrel 1 vinegar keg 1
whiskey keg 2 open headed barrels 3 lard tubs 1 hogshead stand 3 stone jugs 6 earthen
crocks 1 bushel fine Salt 1/2 bushel of alum Salt barrel 1 churn 2 washing tubs 3 small
pizzins 3 water pails 2 kulers (peelers?) 1 water can 1 Cheese vat 2 coffee mills 2 meal trays
2 cow bells 1 side saddle 1 man saddle 2 riding bridles 1 flax Hackle 1 loom & tackling 6
___ 1 thread rack 3 pair of harnases 1 pine table 1 old fifth chain 1 pickle jar 1 molases keg
1 meet tray 3 tin coffee pots 4 tin cans 5 tin pint cups 1 tin peper box 2 candle sticks 1 tin
strainer & wash pan 1 milk strainer 1 tin bake pan 1 set of puter plates 1 puter dish 1 set of
black tin spoons 1 set of cups and saucers 2/3 set of tin spoons 1 sugar dish earthen peper
box 1 2/3 set of knives and forks 3 old earthen Boles 5 earthen pots 9 earthen dishes 2
earthen butter plates 2 cast oven lids & boles 3 cast pots & 3 boles 2 cast oven lids & boles
1 cruper & lid 1 tea kettle 1 skillet and old oven lid 1 iron ladle and flesh (?) fork 2 shovel and
tongs & pan handles one frying pan 2 padlocks 2 pair of shears 1 cotton wheel (?) 2 pair of
cotton cards 1 clock reel 2 flax wheels 2 smothing irons 1 tin lantern 4 small boles 2
flowered pitchers 2 earthen teapots 2 white earthen dishes 2 sets of blue edged plats 2 glas
tumblers 6 glas viles 1 ring necked bottle 3 decanter bottles 1 bottle of sweet ale 1 bottle of
spirits turpentine 1 bottle of castor oil 1 wine bottle 1 cupboard 1 looking glas 1 clock & walnut
table 1 pair of cisors 1 Bible 1 Testament 1 Saints Everlasting Rest 1 English Reader 1
Walkers Dictionary 1 Introduction to English Reader 1 Charlotta Temple
 1 pair fire dogs 4 feather beds & bedsteads 8 bed blankets 17 bed sheets 3 bed quilts 1 arm
chair 1 little chair 6 sitting chairs 1 shaving box 1 square box 1 pair of money scales & wits
(weights) 2 walnut tables 1 pine chest 1 warping reel 1 set of warping spools 1 pot trammel
1 old chair Some Bar iron 1/4 lbs steels 1 waggon cover some under leather some
upper Leather
1 work bench & tool shelf some Irish potatoes Omision of the notes which ought to have been
anoted (?) hereopen account Riley Cooper open account This inventory taken 3rd day of
February 1835 by Harlen B. Hale

1830 Federal Census, First Regiment of Randolph County, NC:
Shows Jane Hale as head of household with 1 male age 10-15; 1 male age 30-40; 1 female age
10-15; 2 females ages 15-20; 1 female age20-30; and Jane, age 40-50. Interestingly, listed next
to her on the census sheet, which I believe means he was her neighbor, is Phineas Henley, son
of John and Keziah Henley. It is Phineas' sister Sarah who marries Harlen Hale 5 years later.
MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP

A Jane Haill married Warner Davis Aug 19, 1834 according to court records for
Randolph Co. A Ruth Hale married James Davis Feb 11, 1828.

Children of SAMUEL HALE and JANE (HALE) are:
36.       i. HARLEN BOLDEN9 HALE, b. Abt. 08 Apr 1799, Randolph Co., NC; d. 06 May 1853,
             Randolph Co., NC.
         ii. PRISCILLA HALE376,377,378, d. 24 Jan 1886379; m. JOHN BRILES, JR.379,380, 08 Oct
             1834, Randolph Co., NC381,382; b. 09 Oct 1814; d. 24 Jan 1886383.

            Notes for PRISCILLA HALE:
            by Steve Broyles (John, Jacob, Michael, Aaron, Aaron, Jeremiah, Walter, Morris)
            20 July 1996
            Please read this page carefully. It contains important information about the data
            you'll be looking at!
            About My Database
            The database contains records on about 6800 individuals in the Broyles/Briles
            family. It was created primarily from information in John Kenneth "Ken" Broyles's
            Broyles Family Ties and Broyles Family Newsletter, which in turn are based on A.L.
            Keith's "Broyles Family" typescript and Ken's own correspondence. I augmented this
            by A.L. Keith's articles in the William and Mary Quarterly, Max Briles's work, my own
            fairly substantial census and county record research, and my own
            correspondence. I also verified Cerny and Zimmerman's work in the German records
            and corrected and extended their information, the results of which are included here.
            This set of data is about 25 years in the making and there are many times I think it's
            about 3% done!

            Priscilla HALE
            Daughter of Samuel HALE and Jane

            BIRTH: 1814, NC,
            DEATH: 1859

            MARRIAGE LICENSE: 8 Oct 1834, NC, Randolph [94]
            To John BRILES , son of John BRILES and Ann BECKERDITE

            Children Birth Death
            1. Felix BRILES 1837 NC, Randolph - 1862
            2. Nancy Jane BRILES 1839 NC, Randolph -
            3. John Wilborn BRILES 1841 NC, Randolph - 1863
            4. Ruth Meriah BRILES 1845 NC, Randolph - 1919
            5. Sarah Priscilla BRILES 1850 NC, Randolph - 1860 NC,
            6. David Alexander BRILES 1855 - 1858

            Notes
            Generation 5 U.S. Census Records
            Year Name Loc Age BP Occ Roll E.D. Page
            1850 Briles, Priscilla NC, Randolph 35 NC 641 202
[README] [INDEX] [Broyles/Briles Home Page] GED2HTML v2.5b (4/12/96)
posted by: mcphilbrick@hotmail.com
24. John4 Briles (John3, Frederick2, Conrad1Broil).
Children of John4 Briles and Priscilla Hale were as follows:
i. Felix5.
ii. Nancy Jane.
iii. John Winborn.
iv. Ruth Meriah.
v. Sarah Priscilla.
vi. David Alexander.

From: <JAYEWHEEL@aol.com>
Subject: Briles in NC and beyond
Date: Tue, 6 Jul 1999 17:10:56 EDT
Roots-l - Broyles

Notes for JOHN BRILES, JR.:
Briles Jr., John (b. 9 OCT 1814, d. 24 JAN 1886)
Note: SOURCE NOTES:
!Keith Manuscript
moved west about 1855
Max Briles Genealogy
migrated to Missouri in 1847, later to Franklin Co. KS
md 1834 to Priscella Hale
md 1864 to Julia Armstrong
Randolph County NC Marriage Records 1785-1868 (Briles.NC.007)
Marriages in NC by Hunting for Bears (Briles.NC.022)
http://www.csf.com/sub/philb/note_36.htm

!LAND: Deed of sale; 1836; John Briles to John Briles Junior; 29 Jan 1836;
both sides of Little Caraway, 408 acres; Randolph County, NC Deed book;
Randolph County, NC Deed Book 20, p.306; photocopy from County Recorder,
Randolph Co., NC (Doc. #: BRILES.NC.034)

!LAND: Deed of sale; 1846; John Briles and Priscilla his wife to Nathan
Newby;
$200; 148 acres; land which fell to Priscilla and John Briles ... in the
division of the estate of Samuel Hale deceased; said land was her distributive
share; Randolph County, NC Deed book 27, p.37; photocopy from County
Recorder;
Randolph Co., NC. (Doc. #: BRILES.NC.057)

!CENSUS
1850 Southern Province Randolph Co. NC (RUSH.CEN.001) (BRILES.CEN.002)
age 35 farmer 800 acres

!CENSUS: 1850 Randolph County Census North Carolina; compiled by Mrs. Nancy
Williams Simpson; page 101; #565 Briles, John 35, Priscilla 35, Felix 13,
Jane
11, John 9, Ruth 5, Sarah 6/12; Cody, Mary 18. (Doc. #: BRILES.CEN.002)

!RELATIONSHIP: Estate papers of John Briles, Randolph County, NC; Jade
Harrison and Martha Harrison, his wife, of Surry County, NC rec'd $75.00 for
interests in parcel of land on waters of Caraway Creek, it being a tract of
land which John Briles deceased possessed and on his death descended to his
heirs of whom Martha Harrison was one; 9 Feb 1860; division of estate
    -- 1/14th to living children: Noah, Jacob, Dan, John, Alexander,
    Alfred, Rachel, Mary, Martha, Hollen, Nancey; to each of 8 children of
    Solomon Briles, dec'd 1/8th of 1/14th; to each of 6 children of
    Elizabeth Laughlin dec'd 1/6th of 1/14th; to each of 3 children of
    Frederic Briles dec'd 1/3rd of 1/14th; petition of Rachel Briles, widow of
    John
    Briles, Senior, dec'd; photocopy from Randolph County, NC. (Doc. #:
    BRILES.NC.060)

iii. JOSEPH HALE.

    Notes for JOSEPH HALE:
    See notes for his father. Letter says Joseph moved to Indiana.

iv. JUNE HALE384, d. Abt. 1836385.

    More About JUNE HALE:
    Fact 1: This should probably be Jane, Jr.

 v. POLLY HALE386.
vi. ELI HALE386.
vii. MARY HALE387, d. Abt. 1836388.

    Notes for MARY HALE:
    Could this be our Mary Hale? If she grew up in Lewistown, it most likely is another
    Hale family. This is something to research:

    http://www.clements.umich.edu/Gurls/Guides/Welles.html
    Women in History Project
    William L. Clements Library
    The University of Michigan
    Mary Jane Hale Welles Papers
    Welles, Mary Jane Hale, (Mrs. Gideon Welles)
    Papers, 1846 December 17-1848 December 26
    Washington, D.C., 6 items
    Background note:

    Mary Jane Hale grew up in Lewistown, Pennsylvania, with her mother, Jane M.
    Hale, and two bothers, Reuben and Elias, who suffered from consumption. She
    probably had additional siblings. Mary Jane married Gideon Welles on June 16,
    1835, and they had at least three children: Anna Jane, Tom, and Edgar. At the time
    these letters were written, the Welles family lived on H street, between 9th and 10th,
    in Washington, D.C., and Gideon was Chief of the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing
    for the Navy. He would go on to serve as Lincoln's and then Johnson's Secretary of
    the Navy.

    Scope and contents:
    These six letters from Mary Jane Hale to her mother primarily discuss her children's
    illnesses and exploits, and her social life in Washington D. C. She also solicited her
    mother for news about her brothers and friends from home. Her letters do not flow
    particularly well, and she rarely described anything in detail, probably because she
    was often writing from the midst of her family, with a "great noise" and "so much
    confusion" all around her.
    Although she often mentioned charitable work, Mary Jane did not appear to take an
    active part in organizing either church benefits or the work at the nearby Female
    Orphan Society. She did apply to adopt a girl in 1847, but when the first applicants
were refused, the Asylum managers thought it better not to place the girl at all, in
order not to further offend the rejected applicants. Even with the help of a couple
young women, caring for her family occupied her time entirely. When she could, she
strolled on the grounds of the Capitol, and once went to hear John C. Calhoun
speak, "though I scare know how to take the time" ([1848 May 15]).

Mary Jane's most extended description was of the May Ball put on by her daughter's
dancing school, which had been going on in D. C. "from time immemorial almost"
(1848 May 5). She detailed the roles the girls played, the dresses, the flowers, and
the procession. Mary Jane also wrote a sustained description of the cameo she had
carved in her husband's likeness, which "looks as if it might speak. it is actually a
better likeness than anything I ever saw. only think how valuable!" (1847 May 7).

She always referred to her husband as "Mr. Welles," and although little of his
character comes through, they appear to have had a happy relationship. She told
her mother that when she sprained her foot, her husband "insisted upon carrying me
down to my meals, which I think was very unnecessary, but he made believe the
victuals tasted better with me in sight," (1848 January 12). She also noted that Mr.
Welles "would much rather see me reading" than doing fancy work.

Subject index:
Adoption
1847 May 7
Balls (Parties)
1848 May 5
Brisbane, William Henry, ca 1803-1878
1847 May 7
Burns and scalds
1846 December 17
Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850
[1848 May 13]
Cameos
1847 May 7
Female Orphan Asylum
passim
Hale family
passim
Jewelry
1847 May 7
May Day
1848 May 5
Measles
[1848 May 13]
Parent and child
passim
Polk, James K. (James Knox), 1795-1849
1847 May 7
Scarlatina
1847 May 7
Sprains
1848 January 12
Tuberculosis
[1848 May 13], 1848 December 26
Union Benevolent Society
1848 January 12
Washington (D.C.)--Description and travel
            passim
            Washington (D.C.)--Social life and customs
            passim
            Welles, Anna Jane
            passim
            Welles, Edgar
            passim
            Welles, Gideon, 1802-1878
            passim
            Welles, Tom
            passim
            Women in charitable work
            passim

            Correspondents:
            Hale, Jane M.
            Welles, Mary Jane Hale

            Provenance:
            Acquired, 1994.
            M-3021.3
            cat. 6/98 rko


37.    viii. AMBROSIA HALE, b. 01 Apr 1815, Randolph County, NC; d. 02 Sep 1901.


33. JACOB8 HALE (SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3,
WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)389 was born 04 Sep 1763 in Kennett Township, Chester Co., PA390, and
died 05 Sep 1851 in Clinton Co., OH, buried Springfield Mtg. Bg.390. He married MARTHA
HARVEY391,392 16 Apr 1786 in Randolph Co, NC393, daughter of WILLIAM HARVEY and
ELIZABETH CARTER. She was born 15 Dec 1766 in Orange Co., NC394, and died 23 Jun 1859
in Clinton Co., OH.

Notes for JACOB HALE:
PUBLIC RECORDS

Jacob Heald married Martha Harvey. See the source citation from the NC marriage index. Their
name had not yet changed to Hale.

1815 Tax list of Randolph Co., NC, shows Jacob Hale had 400 acres of land in Sandy Creek.
This from book by Winford Hinshaw, p 34. Says: "Jonathan Langley for Jacob Hale." Value
$200. no poll.

1800 Randolph Co. Census, by Simpson:
Jacob Hale males to 10 - 2 to 16-1 to 45-1 females to 10-2 to 16-1 to 45-1.

Jacob was not a member of Friends at time of his marriage, since Cane Creek MM, NC records:
"Martha Hayle, formerly Harvey, disowned 11-4-1786 for marrying out of unity." However, Jacob
and his family were in good standing with the Friends because on 10-7-1809 they were granted a
certificate from Cane Creek MM (NC) to Center MM, Clinton. They were received in OH 9-1-
1810.
GENEALOGY IN PRINT - BOOKS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

Encyc of Amer. Quaker Genealogy, Vol 5, shows Jacob & Martha are living in Clinton Co, OH in
1816, when daughter Lydia is married.
   1809, Oct 7, Jacob and family gct Center MM, NC.
   1809, Oct 7 Martha (with h) and ch gct Center MM, NC

Note: The above citations do not appear to agree with the Jacob and Martha book that shows
them moving to Ohio in 1807.

Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and MarthaHarvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams: references
include the Harvey Bible, owned by Alta Harvey Heiser, and several other sources. When the
Northwest Territory opened up, Jacob and his brothers-in-law, John Hadley and Isaac Harvey --
and other relatives -- moved. See the book for more details. Jacob, John and Isaac scouted
where to live in 1805. In 1807, about 200 friends and family moved. The Hales settled on Todd's
Fork, Clinton Co. Believe this is now Adams Township. They were active in the Center MM.
Much more info in the book.

Jacob was one of the earliest settlers to Todds Fork ( a branch of the Little Miami River) Highland
Co., Ohio. In 1805, accompanied by John Hadley and Isaac Harvey (both brothers-in-law) he
came to view the country. They traveled on horseback, coming through Highland Co., OH. They
found it a "goodly land." They returned to NC, resolved to part with their possessions there, and
removed with their families to OH as soon as possible. Jacob was largely engaged in business in
NC, and owned considerable land. They selected a tract of land on Todd's Fork, then owned by
Robert Pollard of VA, as suitable for homes. The tract of land contained over 2000 acres and
was purchased by Isaac Harvey and his brother Eli. In 1806/07, Jacob and family settled in
Clinton Co, in what is now Adams Township.

The Harlan "Green" book: page 199 Jacob Heald was a farmer and miller.

Resource:
A Hadley Genealogy, The Hadley Genealogical Soc. of So. Calif

OTHER RESEARCHERS

Date: 97-04-23
From: F HALE (Forrest Hale on aol)
I have a small bit of data that may help.
Jacob Hale was in the 1790 census of Randolph Co., NC.
Males: Age 0-10, 2; age 10-16, 1; age 26-45, 1.
Females Age 0-10 2; Age 10-16; 1, age 26-45, 1.
A Jacob Hale is listed in the Encyl of Quaker Genealogy, Vo1 I, by Hinshaw.
He was received by certificate from Sprin MM(?) NC on 2 May 1795. His sons were Samuel,
William and Eli. That is all that is shown in the Encyl. (LH looked up the above reference, on
page 392. It is for the Cane Creek Monthly Meeting, NC. Shows Jacob's wife was Martha, and a
daughter Elizabeth, also received same date.) Samuel Hale died (intestate) in Randolph Co.,
NC in Sept or Oct 1829. The court appointed Harlen B. Hale as administrator of estate. Estate
was inventoried on 17 Nov 1829 and sold shortly thereafter. Jane Hale, bought almost all the
household furniture. Priscilla Hale bought 1 heifer and a chest. In Nov 1829, Jane (or Jeanne,
hard to read) widow petitioned court for support from estate. (Ref: Estate Records, Randolph Co.,
NC C.R. 081-508-60). Hopes this helps. I don't have any connection yet of Jacob and Samuel
with my line which begins with Edward Hale in Isle of Wight Co., VA ca 1650.
Forrest Hale

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP

Potential spellings: Heald, Haile, Hailes, Hail, Hails, Hale, Hales. Hayles, Heyl (German).
Resources & relationships to Check:
Hale, House and Related Families, Santa Clara Library.
by Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman,1978, Genealogical publishing co,
Baltimore.

Who was???? - Gideon Hale, son of Ebenezer, son of John, son of Samuel, born Wethersfield,
Conn, 4 July 1712, died at Middletown (Portland) Conn Jan 1776. married first at Northampton,
Mass, 1 Jan 1734/5 to Thankful Alexander, born there 9 Jan 1691/2. Gideon was a stone-cutter.
Second wife, Sarah Watts Hale, born Middletown (Portland). Children include Jacob and Isaac,
twins, born 26 Jan 1762.

Check: Edward Hale, Isle of Wight, VA 1650

The Descendants of Thomas Hale of Delaware, Santa Clara library:
By Thomas Hale Streets, Wyncote, Pa 1913. Introduction:
"Hale signifies a corner; consequently, it is a place name. In Welsh and Cornish it is a moor.
Some writers have given to this name a meaning which implies a physical excellence. This,
however, is merely an inference drawn from the dictionary definition of the word. In calling it a
place name, I have followed what I have thought to be the better authorities. Hales is a variant of
Hale. Some English writers have maintained that the s is frequently added to monosyllabic
names for no apparent reason whatever. My own opinion in this matter I have given under the
story of the monosyllabic place-name of street."

There were Hales (with the s) among early settlers of Somerset county, on the Eastern Shore,
and there was a Quaker family of the same way of spelling the name, in New Castle county,
Delaware, early in the 18th century. John Hales was sent to represent the George's Creek
meeting to the Duck Creek meeting, 22nd 5th month 1706.

NEED TO SORT AND MOVE
cathy gowdy cylgowdy@aol.com
Jacob & Martha Hale Bible record
 Author: cathy gowdy Date: 23 Apr 2002 6:09 PM GMT
 Surnames: Hale, Massey, Rosebery, Harlan
 Classification: Bible
Births:
Jacob Hale was born Sep 4th 1763
Martha Hale was born Dec 15th 1766
Samuel Hale was born Feb 14th 1787
Elizabeth Hale was born Feb 26 1789
William Hale was born Sep 27th 1791
Eli Hale was born Dec 29th 1794
Ruth hale was born Mar 3rd 1797
Lydia Hale was born Mar 29th 1799
Jacob & Martha Hale was born July 7th 1801
Joseph Hale was born July 9th 1804
Armoney Hale was born Sep 21st 1806
Mary Hale was born Sep 26th 1810

Deaths:
Jacob Hale died Sep 5th 1851
Martha Hale died June 23rd 1859
Elizabeth Massey died January 24th 1867
Mary Rosebery died Dec 15th 1863
Lydia Harlan died Aug 18th 1875
Samuel Hale died Feb 14th 1879 (92 the day he died)

I am told that Jacob and Martha Hale died in Clinton Co., Ohio and, being Quakers, are buried at
Springfield Monthly Meeting Burial Ground.
More About JACOB HALE:
Fact 1: He had land in Randolph Co., NC in 1815.
Fact 2: Changed name to Hale in NC
Name (Facts Pg): also known as Jacob Heald

More About MARTHA HARVEY:
Fact 1: Buried by her husband

Children of JACOB HALE and MARTHA HARVEY are:
38.        i. SAMUEL HARVEY9 HALE, b. 14 Feb 1787, Randolph Co., NC; d. 14 Feb 1879,
              Clinton Co., OH.
39.       ii. ELIZABETH HALE, b. 26 Feb 1789, NC; d. 24 Jan 1867.
40.      iii. WILLIAM HALE, b. 27 Sep 1790, Randolph Co., NC; d. 15 Jul 1887, Wilmington,
              Clinton Co, OH.
41.     iv. ELI HALE, b. 29 Dec 1794, Randolph Co., NC; d. 16 Aug 1849, Or August 9, 1847,
              Clarksville, OH; Stepchild.
42.       v. RUTH HALE, b. 03 Mar 1797, Randolph Co., NC; d. 18 Sep 1861; Stepchild.
43.     vi. LYDIA HALE, b. 29 Mar 1799, Randolph Co., NC; d. 18 Aug 1875.
44.     vii. JACOB HALE, JR., b. 12 Jul 1801, Randolph Co., NC; d. 13 Feb 1849.
45.    viii. MARTHA HALE, b. 12 Jul 1801, Randolph Co., NC; d. 05 Aug 1880.
46.     ix. JOSEPH HALE, b. 09 Jul 1804, Randolph Co., NC; d. 21 Feb 1890.
47.       x. ARMONIA HALE, b. 21 Sep 1806; d. 06 Sep 1900.
        xi. EMSLEY HALE, b. 1808.

            Notes for EMSLEY HALE:
            The name Emsley was found in Armonia Hale's records. The same name is on a
            family record form prepared by John E. Hale for Dr. Pusey Heald. Elizabeth Hale
            French, in a family Bible, found the name "Emily". An old letter in possession of
            Virginia Hale Crawford, from Rebeckah Carter to William Harvey, states "Jacob
            Hale's family has been afflicted with the fever. Martha is like to have a little one and
            the two disorders went very hard with her." Recently, Don Couden found an old
            Hale Bible in which are recorded the names of the children of Jacob and Martha
            Harvey Hale: "Emsally Hale was born on the 19th of the 2 mo. in the year of our Lord
            1808. Emsally Hale deceased the 28th of the 2 mo. in the year of our Lord 1808."

            One source has Emsley Hale marrying "Nancy." Can't be this one, based on
            records above.

            More About EMSLEY HALE:
            Fact 1: Or Emsally

       xii. MARY HALE, b. 26 Sep 1810, Highland Co, OH395; d. 15 Dec 1863; m. ISAAC
            ROSEBERRY395.

            Notes for MARY HALE:
            Was member Center MM while her husband was member Hicksite Friends.
            She had no children. Lived with her mother after her father died and took care of her
            mom.

34. JOSEPH8 HEALD (JACOB7, JOSEPH6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2,
THOMAS1)395 was born 14 Jun 1777 in Chester Co, PA396,397, and died 06 May 1823 in New
Castle, DE397. He married HANNAH MENDENHALL398,399 23 Nov 1797400,401. She was born 05
Jan 1779402, and died 14 Dec 1864.

Notes for JOSEPH HEALD:
They lived in New Castle Co., Delaware, but attended Kennett MM
More About JOSEPH HEALD:
Occupation: Farmer & contractor pertaining to milling operations (from Joshua's obituary notice)

Notes for HANNAH MENDENHALL:
From newspaper obituary upon death of Joshua, her son: ..."was one of the noted and numerous
Quaker family of Mendinhalls. She was left a widow at the age of 44 years, with ten children and
a farm somewhat encumbered with debt, but with singular courage and practical efficiency she
managed to clear the farm from the encumbrance and complete the rearing and education of her
large family..."

Children of JOSEPH HEALD and HANNAH MENDENHALL are:
          i. CALEB9 HEALD403, b. 26 Aug 1798; d. 07 Jun 1885403; m. MARTHA M.
             SCARLET403, 13 Nov 1828403.
         ii. JACOB HEALD403, b. 13 Sep 1800; d. 11 Jan 1887403; m. SARAH WILSON403, 13
             Apr 1826403.
        iii. ELI HEALD, b. 14 Jan 1803.
        iv. RUTH HEALD403,404, b. 24 Mar 1805405,406; d. 21 Oct 1877406; m. HAINES
             JACKSON407, 12 Oct 1826408,409; b. 09 Jun 1797409; d. 05 May 1861409.

            Notes for HAINES JACKSON:
            They had no children.

         v. MARY ANN HEALD410, b. 04 Aug 1807; m. (1) BENJAMIN TAYLOR410; m. (2)
             WILLIAM WAY410.
48.     vi. JOSEPH HEALD, b. 10 Jan 1810, New Castle Co., Delaware; d. 28 Jan 1868,
             Kennett Square, PA.
       vii. HANNAH HEALD, b. 03 Jul 1812410.
       viii. JOHN HEALD, b. 31 Oct 1814, Chester Co, PA410; d. 11 Jan 1888.
        ix. ORPHA HEALD410, b. 04 Dec 1817; m. LEWIS PYLE410, 15 Nov 1838410.
         x. JOSHUA TAYLOR HEALD410, b. 26 May 1821, Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle Co.,
             Delaware411,412; d. 22 Jul 1887, Wilmington, DE412,413; m. HANNAH PUSEY414, 1844,
             Wilmington, New Castle Co. Delaware414,415.

            Notes for JOSHUA TAYLOR HEALD:
            Newspaper obit says he died at 6:15 "this morning." Obituary has a lengthy report
            on the life of this man and his family. A copy is in Lyford Hale's Heald files. In 1838
            he moved from Chester Co. to Wilmington to take an accounting job for the firm of
            Betts, Pusey and Harlan.This firm later became the Harlan and Hollingsworth
            Company.

            Title: Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science
                 April, 1873, Vol. XI, No. 25.
            Found on line: http://infomotions.com/etexts/gutenberg/dirs/1/3/1/4/13145/13145.htm

            "The Wilmington and Western Railroad has not yet got over the
            excitement of being constructed. The creative spirit, it may be said,
            was Mr. Joshua T. Heald, an enterprising Wilmingtonian, already a
            director of the Wilmington and Reading line. It was he who drummed up
            the stock-subscriptions among his fellow townsmen. On July 8, 1871,
            he struck the first pick into the line as president, and in October,
            1872, the road was opened for travel as far as Landenberg in
            Pennsylvania. The Wilmington and Western Road crosses Christine River
            in the suburbs, then follows the valley of Redclay Creek, past all its
            mills and local improvements, sends visitors to Brandywine Springs,
            and passes the birthplace of the inventor Oliver Evans, while its
            contemplated extension will pass it close to the birthplace of Robert
            Fulton, in the Peachbottom slate region of Pennsylvania. No bad omen
            for a steam-road, to have had its ground first broken at the cradle of
            one steam inventor and to lead to the cradle of another!"


            Notes for HANNAH PUSEY:
            Youngest daughter

                                       Generation No. 9

35. JOHN H.9 HALE (JOSEPH8 HEALD, SAMUEL7, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4,
THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)416. He married MARGARET HUNT417.

Notes for JOHN H. HALE:
Based on best evidence:
John married Margaret Hunt. Both were born in NC. Their eldest son was A.J. Hale, who later
lived in Springdale, AK and died about Feb., 1897. This info from Lyford's visit to Randolph Co
Public Library, 9-22-1998. AJ was born in 1823. He was a member of So. Methodist Church.
John and Margaret had five children. The youngest was Edward E. Hale, who resided near
Springdale when AJ died. AJ studied law under Jonathan Worth, late Governor of NC. He was
admitted to practice before the Supreme Court in 1859. AJ was twice clerk of the Superior Court
of Randolph Co. He moved to Missouri prior to living in AK. Was known as "Judge Hale" at the
time of his death.

What's interesting is that Hale family notes say AJ never married. This causes me to believe
there was more than one "AJ."

Is this John H Hale or John Hadley Hale? Or another one? Believe this pertains to son of Dolly,
because of the Parker connection (see notes for Dolly and Joseph).

From Raleigh, NC archives:
John H. Hale was executor to will of Elizabeth Parker, 1844. Inventory taken 5 Feb. 1844

From Asheboro public library:
Randolph Co court records -
John H. Hale was administrator/executor to Elizabeth Parker who died in 1844.

Children of JOHN HALE and MARGARET HUNT are:
          i. A.J.10 HALE417, d. Abt. 1897417.

            Notes for A.J. HALE:
            See notes for his father regarding "Judge" Hale.

            Addison J. bought land from Edmond Luck and George Thompson in 1855 and
            1856, in Randolph Co., per General Index to RE Conveyances. Record shows
            many AJ Hale purchases and deeds.

            The Heritage of Randolph Co 1993, Cheryl Martin, Editor, Randolph Co Heritage
            Book Comm:
            Vol 6 Addison was living in 1857.
            Vol 5 Show him clerk of Randolph Co Superior Court in 1856.
ii.EDWARD E. HALE.

             Notes for EDWARD E. HALE:
             From Ancestry.com, American Civil War soldiers:
             Edward E Hale
              Residence: Randolph County, North Carolina Occupation:
              Enlist Date: 18 June 1861 State: North Carolina
             Was a Rebel.

             Civil War Service Records:
             Hale Edward E. A 2 North Carolina Artillery. (36 State Troops.) Private Private Hale,
             Edward Confederate
             Hale Edward E. A 10 Batt'n North Carolina H. Art'y. Private Private 22 N. C.
             Confederate
             Hale Edward E. L 22 North Carolina Infantry. Private Private Hall, Edward E.
             Confederate

36. HARLEN BOLDEN9 HALE (SAMUEL8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5,
WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)418,419 was born Abt. 08 Apr 1799 in Randolph Co.,
NC420,421, and died 06 May 1853 in Randolph Co., NC422. He married SARAH HENLEY423,424 05
Mar 1835425,426, daughter of JOHN HENLEY and KEZIAH NIXON. She was born 18 Dec
1799427,428, and died 14 Dec 1885 in Randolph County, NC429,430,431,432.

Notes for HARLEN BOLDEN HALE:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

PUBLIC RECORDS

Hinshaw, Back Creek, from the Monthly Meeting Minutes:
7-30-1845 Harlen B. Hale, received by request.
5-27-1846 Jane, Edward H., Mary, Nancy & Samuel H received on request
     of parents, Harlen B and Sarah Hale.
2-11 or 18-57 Jane, daughter of Harlen and Sarah, Randolph Co,
         married Alen H. McDaniel (This wedding is described in the
         Back Creek Bicentennial book -- LH)
5-11-1861 Nancy P Kearnes (formerly Hale) dismissed for marriage out
     of unity.
9-10-1864 Mary Winslow (formerly Hale) dismissed for marriage out of unity.
9-9-1865 Edward H. got certificate to Springfield M.M. Douglas Co., Kansas.
6-8-1867 Samuel H. got certificate to Springfield M.M. NC to marry Mary Ann
    Hill (Hill was a very prominent family - there is much in the books
    about Samuel Hill and family -- LH).
9-13-1902 Edward, request certificate to Indianapolis M.M., Ind.
    This was evidently a son of Samuel H.

A photocopy of a document signed by HarlEn B. Hale is in Randolph Room of
Asheboro/Randolph Public Library. Signed Feb 18, 1835.
Court Document:
"Whereas at Fall Term A.D. 1835 of Randolph Court of Equity Harlen B. Hale, Joshua Pool and
Nancy his wife, Jacob Hale, James Davis and his wife Ruth, Warner Davis and Jane his wife,
John Briles & Priscilla his wife, Eli Hale a minor by Harlen B Hale his guardian and Addison
Kendal & Cynthia Kendal by their father Nathan Kendal filed their petition for this sale of a certain
tract of land hereinafter described sd. land having descended to said petitioners as the heirs at
Law of Mary Hale desceased the said Mary Hale being seized and possessed of said tract of land
at the time of her death and upon the petition aforesaid the Court of Equity aforesaid at the same
Term ordered the undersigned Harlen B Hale being one of the p;petitioners to Expose said tract
of land to ___ at auction in pursuance of _____ said decree the said land was sold on a ___ of
___ months on the 28th day of November 1835. When Warner Davis became the purchaser at
the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars and entered bond with surety as required by said Court
made a ____ order ____ing said Harlen B Hale to _____ to collect said money as soon as should
fall due and upon the payment of the sum to make a deed to the said purchaser and the said
Warner Davis having paid to me the said one hundred & fifty dollars therefore this _____ _____
that for and on consumation (?) of the promises and in obediance of said decree I the said Harlen
B Hale have _____ granted & sold & by these presents do ____ grant and sell to this said ____.

1828 Tax List, Randolph Co, p27: Capt. Cooper's District
Harlin (Should be: Harlen) Hale - shows no land, no location, but one white poll

From the Records of Back Creek Monthly Meeting, Randolph Co., NC, page 75, Birth and Death
Records:
Harlen Bolden Hale d 5-6-1853
Sarah Hale d 12-14-1885r
Listed birth dates of the children as listed on family page.


Hale, Harlin (Should be: Harlen) B. B__ 1853; B. 9;. 520-521, 1853 -- From Randolph Co. Wills.
This will is in the Raleigh State Archives.

General Index to RE Conveyances, Randolph Co shows Harlen being deeded 25 acrews from
John Henley in 1837 - probably is father-in-law.
Other Harlen Hale transactions:
1831 200 acres from Jacob Hale
1831 28 acres from Nancy Hale
1831 162 acres from James and Ruth Davis
1835 548 acres from Hiram Kenny et al
1835 548 acres Jos Brown (estate)
1836 1 acre from Joseph Cosand
1853 161 acres from Jos Pool
1846 106 acres from Chas W. Clary

Search Results-Ancestry.com
Search Terms: HARLEN (5), HALE (103)
Database: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Combined Matches: 1
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

Bride: Sarah Henly
Groom: Harlen B Hale
Bond Date: 02 Mar 1835
County: Randolph
Record #: 01 103
Bondsman: Michael Reding
Witness: Hugh McCain
Bond #: 000111976

WILL

Original in the North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC:
Transcribed by LH from the actual handwritten will of Harlen (Harlin) B. Hale, 9-29-1998 (this will
was not written by Harlen, but was signed by him in a shaky hand. It is obvious that he spelled
his named with an "e" but the writer misspelled it with an "i":
"I Harlin B. Hale of the County of Randolph and State of North Carolina being of sound mind and
memory, but considering the uncertainty of my earthly existence do make and declare this my last
will and testament in manner and form following to say first that my executrix (herein after named)
shall provide for my body a decent burial suitable to the wishes of my relations and friends and
pay all my funeral expenses. Together with my (last ?) debts whosoever and to whomsoever
owing out of the monies that may first come into her hands as a part or parcel of my estate ----
Item, I give and devise to my beloved wife Sarah, all my crop, stock, and provisions on hand, and
all my lands. This to be a legacy to her so long as she remains my widdow. To be disposed of
by her and to divide amongest my children as she may think best with the advice of her friends,
and she shall have power to dispose of at public or private sale any property that she may wish
for the purpose of educating my children. --
Item. My silver watch, all my household and kitchen furniture I give to my wife for the use of her
self and children, all my farming tools I give to my wife for her proper use and benefit, and I
further authorize my wife to collect all my outstanding debts. ___ me. For her use and
disposition. And lastly I do hereby constitute and apppoint my beloved wife Sarah Executrix of
this my last will and testament. In testimony I have here unto affixed my hand and seal this 7th
day of January A.D. 1853. Signed sealed and published and declared in the presence of John
Craven and Nixon Henley."
Signed Harlen B Hale.

On back side of the will is this: "North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter ____
Randolph County August Term 1853
"This last will and testament of Harlen B Hale deceased, is produced in open Court and the due
execution thereof being found by John A Craven and Nixon Henley, the sub____ witnesses
thereto, said will is admitted to probate and ordered to be recorded. B. T? Hoover, Clerk."

GENEALOGY IN PRINT - BOOKS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

Harlen B. Hale married Sarah Henly (or Henley) 2 Mar 1835. Bondsman: Michael Reding.
Witness: Hugh McCain. This from North Randolph Hist. Soc. The Quarterly, Winter 70 Vol 4 No
4, page 156.

From the Randolph Co, NC Genealogical Journal, Fall 1995, page 39:
Abstract of "Settlement with Guardians" Randolph Co., NC 1833-1840 Book 2
Transcribed by Carolyn Neely Hager:
Page 3 -- 1833 court term
Harlen B. Hale in acct with his wards (his siblings) , June Hale Jur...Polly Hale...Eli Hale...Priscilla
Hale...Minor heirs of Samuel Hale, dec'd.

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP

Harlen was about 30 when his father died. He became a Quaker -- or at least was received by
Back Creek MM -- 10 years after his marriage.

Harlen's headstone is in Back Creek Cemetery, across the street from the Back Creek Meeting
House (Pastor is Ray Lambe, as of 1998). Headstone reads: " Harlen B. Hale, 6th of 5th mo
1853. Aged 54 years 1 mo & 2 days." This viewed by LH on 9-23-98. Harlen's grave is about 14
feet directly left of large headstone of Dr. Barney Nixon. Back Creek is about three miles west of
Asheboro, just a block off Highway 64.

Follow up to find out where the "Bolden" came from:
Dawes Roll or Index?? lists a Joe Ellis Bolden, Cherokee. FTM shows a CD of Delaware and
Maryland marriages has a Jane Bolden.
NC census of 1790 shows a number of Holdens in counties around Randolph.
There are Boldens in Orange Co, which is next to Randolph.
More About HARLEN BOLDEN HALE:
Fact 1: Harlen, not Harlin or Harlan
Fact 2: Randolph Co donated family history says born 4-4-1799
Name (Facts Pg): One NC source says Baldwin, not Bolden

Notes for SARAH HENLEY:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

From Sarah's headstone, in graveyard across street from Back Creek MM house, 9-23-98:
"Sarah wife of Harlen B. Hale Born 12th mo 18th 1799 died 12th mo 14th 1885."

She is about 3.5 feet to the right of large headstone for Dr. Barney Nixon.

Harlen and Sarah records of death found in records of Back Creek Monthly Meeting, Randolph
County, North Carolina, page 75. (Hinshaw, Ency. Amer Quaker Geneal., page 698) Same for
records of their children.

Hinshaw, page 544: Sarah J. Henley 1850, 12, 25 gct Back Creek MM.
Hinshaw, page 716:
Sarah (form Henley) rpd mou 5-27-1835

Also on page 716 it says Sarah Hale (formerly Henley) rrd mou., 1845, 7, 30
    Harlan B rec rq ---
This indicates Harlen was finally accepted into Quakers on 7-30-1845. The following gives that
indication:
From the monthly meeting records:
7-30-1845 Harlen Hale received by request.
5-27-1846 Jane, Edward H., Mary, Nancy and Samuel received on request
            of parents Harlen and Sarah
2-18-1857 Jane married Alen H. McDaniel
5-11-1861 Nancy P Kearnes (Hale) dismissed for marriage out of unity
9-10-1864 Mary Winslow (Hale) dismissed for marriage out of unity
9-9-1865 Edward got certificate to Springfield MM Douglas Co, Kansas
6-8-1867 Samuel got certificate to Springfield MM nC to mary Mary Ann Hill
9-13-1902 Edward request certificate to Indianapolis MM Ind.

Obtained by LH from the NARA/Federal Records Center, Fort Worth, TX, 2-1-99:
Copies of the sworn testimony submitted by the Hales in 1886 as they attempted to prove
Cherokee heritage.
Using the testimony of "half-breed" Cherokees Cyntha Scarlett of Randolph County, NC, and
Nancy Beckerdite, they claimed Cherokee blood from Sarah Henley, daughter of John Henley.
Cyntha was 95 in 1886. She said she knew Sarah Henley Hale to be "a person of Cherokee
Indian descent who was born in Randolph County and State of North Carolina in the year A.D.
1799 and died in Randolph County on the 14th day of December, A.D. 1885. That she was well
acquainted with this said Sarah Hale from the year A.D. 1802 until the date of her death as
aforesaid that the said Sarah Hale was the daughter of one John Henly, a Half Breed Cherokee
Indian who it is said was born on the Cherokee Indian reservation East of Mississippi River in the
year A.D. 1767 and died in Randolph County and State of North Carolina in the year A.D. 1842.
That she was well acquainted with the said John Henly in his life time from the year A.D. 1802
until the date of death of the said John Henly as aforesaid that the said John Henly was a son of
one Sarah Henly whose maiden name was Sarah Elmore a Cherokee Indian woman who it is
said was born on the Cherokee Indian Reservation East of the Mississippi River and died in
Randolph County and State of North Carolina in the year A.D. 1813. That she was well
acquainted with the said Sarah Henly in her life time from the year AD 1802 until the date of her
death as aforesaid that she knows that the said Sarah Henly was a Cherokee Indian woman and
a recognized member of the Cherokee tribe of Indians in her life time that she was well
acquainted with one Mary Winslow in her life time that the said Mary Winslow was a person of
Cherokee Indian descent and was born in Randolph County and State of North Carolina on the
26th Day of January A.D. 1840 and died in Cleveland County and State of North Carolina on the
24th Day of March A.D. 1876 and was the daughter of the said Sarah Hale as aforesaid that the
said Mary Winslow was a Sister to the said Jane McDaniel, Edward H. Hale and Samuel H. Hale
as aforesaid witness.

(from LDS records, Synthia Scarlett, daughter of Stephen and Sally, born in Orange Co, NC
about 1799- could this person be related to woman in above records? Was Scarlett a married
name?)

Further testimony from Nancy Beckerdite Briles, mother-in-law of Priscilla Hale, stated the same
"facts."

Orange Co NC marriage records to 1825, Ancestry.com, show Cynthia Allen married to John
Scarlett, Jan 16, 1790 in Orance Co.
Lidia Lewis married James Scarlett Jan 21, 1790 same place. Cynthia and John could be
Cyntha's parents.

Note this record: Search Terms: SCARLETT (68), CYNTHIA (273)
Database: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Combined Matches: 1
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Bride: Cynthia Scarlett
Groom: William James
Bond Date: 28 Nov 1821
County: Orange
Record #: 04 020
Bondsman: Levi Cole
Witness: Jos A Woods
Bond #: 000102791

Search Terms: CYNTHIA (273), ALLEN (2938)
Database: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Combined Matches: 1
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Bride: Cynthia Allen
Groom: John Scarlett
Bond Date: 16 Jan 1798
County: Orange
Record #: 02 358
Bondsman: Stephen Scarlet
Witness: Jno Taylor
Bond #: 000100667

Database: Full Context of North Carolina Marriages to 1825
Combined Matches:
North Carolina
Orange County

Allen, Cynthia married Scarlett, John on 16 Jan 1790 in Orange County, North Carolina
North Carolina
Orange County
Lewis, Lidia married Scarlet, James on 21 Jan 1790 in Orange County, North Carolina

???????? One of the record books must be incorrect as to Cynthia's marriage date????????

Search Terms: CYNTHIA (154), ALLEN (325)
Database: Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 4
Combined Matches: 1
Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy: Ohio
[p.605] RECORDS
page 659
1847, 2, 11. Cynthia (form Allen) dis mou

Check out this Scarlett family. We need a Cynthia Scarlett born circa 1791 and living in NC circa
1886, but Scarlett was probably her married name
:
Orange County NC Marriage Bonds
Groom               Bride            Date of Bond Bondsman & witness
Scarlett, James     Hannah Allen     17 Nov. 1890     Wm. whitted
Scarlett, John      Delilah Laycock 19 Jan. 1819       John Scarett [w] Jos. A. woods
Scarlett, John      Sally Laycock     17 Feb. 1819     Stephen Scarlett Jos. A. woods

Dunnagan, Charles Jinney Scarlett 13 Dec. 1819          William Cated [w] Jos. A. Woods
Horton, James     Nancy Scarlett     5 Aug. 1822        J. Taylor, Jr
James, willliam   Cynthia Scarlett 28 Nov. 1821         Levi cole [w] Jos. A. woods
Laycock, Joseph   Elizabeth Scarlett 30 Dec. 1820        John Scarlett [w] Jos. A. woods
Lynch, William    Racheal Scarlet 28 May 1822            William James

From Orange Co. NC marriage records: Scarlett, John Cynthia Allen 16 Jan. 1790 Stephen
Scarlett. This Cynthia is married about time ours was born.

Early Tax Records, 1755-1779- ORANGE COUNTY, North Carolina - CENSUS
1779 B610 BARBEE Christopher N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll
1779 B610 BARBEE Gray          N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll
1779 B610 BARBEE John          N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll
1779 B610 BARBEE John Sr.      N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll
1755 B610 BARBEE Joseph        N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll
1755 B616 BARBER Aaron         N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll

1779 S643 SCARLETT James     N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll
1779 S643 SCARLETT James Jr. N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll
1779 S643 SCARLETT John     N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll
1779 S643 SCARLETT John Jr. N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll
1779 S643 SCARLETT Mary     N/A N/A N/A Tax Roll

These "Tax Records" were copied from the North Carolina Division of Archives & History, 109
East Jones Street, Raleigh, NC. 2761 by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. prsjr@aol.com


1840 - Orange County, NC - Census
Date SNDX L Name        F Name    NARS StR Pg# Family Grp.
1840 S643 SCARLET Margaret M-704 3 67 191 Northern Division
1840 S643 SCARLET Stephen M-704 367 176 Northern Division

1840 S643 SCARLET Page       M-704 367 217 Southern Division
1840 S643 SCARLOTT Cythia M-704 367 250 Southern Division
1840 S643 SCARLOTT James M-704 367 215 Southern Division
1840   S643   SCARLOTT    Moses      M-704 367 217 Southern Division
1840   S643   SCARLOTT    Thomas     M-704 367 250 Southern Division
1840   S643   SCARLOTT    William M-704 367 248 Southern Division
1840   S633   SCARTOTT    James M-704 367 215 Southern Division

Orange NC Will Book D-178
13 Jan 1806 Will of Jacob Allen Sr: 13 Jan 1806 / Nov Ct 1806
Son: Jacob Allen, land on s side of Eno River
Son: William Allen, land on n side of Eno River
Dau: Sally Allen, Betsy Allen, Hannah Allen, Nancy Latta,
Cynthia Scarlett,
Exr: Son in law James Latta, son Jacob Allen
Wit: WILLIAM CAIN SR, John Kelley Sr, Cuthbert (x) Burton.

Orange NC Will Book D-510
06 Jul 1817 Will of Stephen Scarlett; 06 Jul 1817 / Aug 1817
Wife: Sally
Dau: Rachel & Synthia Scarlett (unmarried)
Sons: James Scarlett (youngest), John Scarlett (eldest)
Daus: ELIZABETH CAIN, Mary Latta, Sally Latta, Jane Latta,
Susanna Cole, Rachel Scarlett, Synthia Scarlett.
Exr: Wife Sally and son James
Wit: William Lewis, Henry Bunch, Abraham (x) Crabtree

Stephen was married to Sally Jackson. Stephen was born circa 1749 at North Carolina, British
Colony. He was the son of John Scarlett. Stephen died circa 1817 at North Carolina, USA.
Stephen had his will probated August 1817.
Children of Stephen Scarlett and Sally Jackson
Rachael Scarlett
Synthia Scarlett
James Scarlett
John Scarlett
Elizabeth Scarlett
Sally Scarlett
Jane Scarlett+
Susannah Scarlett
Mary Scarlett+ b. 24 Sep 1784, d. a 1827

Children of HARLEN HALE and SARAH HENLEY are:
          i. JANE B.10 HALE433,434, b. 11 Dec 1835435; m. ALEN H. MCDANIEL436,437, Abt. 11
             Feb 1857, Randolph Co., NC438.

              More About JANE B. HALE:
              Fact 1: Her wedding is mentioned in the Back Creek Bicentennial book.

49.      ii. EDWARD HENLEY HALE, b. 10 Jan 1838, High Point, NC; d. 1913, Tuttle, OK.
        iii. MARY HALE439, b. 26 Jan 1840440; d. 24 Mar 1876441; m. H.K. WINSLOW442, 26 Sep
             1863, Randolph Co., NC442.

              More About MARY HALE:
              Fact 1: or born 1842??

50.     iv. NANCY P. HALE, b. 26 Mar 1842; d. 11 Dec 1863.
51.      v. SAMUEL HARLAN HALE, b. 03 Jul 1844, Randolph Co., NC; d. 06 Feb 1908,
            Asheboro, NC.
37. AMBROSIA9 HALE (SAMUEL8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4,
THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 01 Apr 1815 in Randolph County, NC, and died 02
Sep 1901. She married CARLTON H. SCHURDELEAU 1837. He was born 02 Jun 1820 in
Randolph County, NC, and died 16 Aug 1931 in Seagrove, Randolph Co., NC.

Notes for AMBROSIA HALE:
Family tradition says Ambrosia favored her father to the point of embarrassment, requiring a
regular facial shave to maintain a ladylike appearance. Nonetheless, she met and fell in love with
Mr. Schurdeleau while in high school, and he returned her love. They were happily married for 64
years.

Notes for CARLTON H. SCHURDELEAU:
History of Pottery in the South, by Ida Maye Shuffler, Heritage & Sons, 1942: "Carlton H.
Schurdeleau was one of the first and best known of the early pottery makers in Seagrove, North
Carolina. He is credited with inventing a special firing process known only in that area. It
involves the use of printed reports from the State legislature, which Mr. Schurdeleau claimed
burned at a much higher temperature than ordinary paper due to a high content of “bullpucky” (a
technical term familiar to kiln operators). The use of this paper resulted in an unusual effect which
is not duplicated elsewhere."

Oral tradition in the family says the Schurdeleau’s first family member came to America about the
time of the Jamestown unhappiness, which would be early 1600's, but details are not available.
Carlton would not discuss his parents, saying only that they most definitely were Swiss, not
French.

Children of AMBROSIA HALE and CARLTON SCHURDELEAU are:
          i. CARLTON H.10 SCHURDELEAU, JR., b. 1838, Seagrove, Randolph Co., NC; d.
             1912, Tennessee.

             Notes for CARLTON H. SCHURDELEAU, JR.:
             Carlton Jr was a writer of dime novels. His writing career began at the age of nine,
             when he penned an autobiographical short story entitled, "Maw, Beth Sally Pinched
             Me!" Ten years later his first book appeared, a thriller based on his knowledge of
             pottery making. It was set in his home town of Seagrove, North Carolina. The title
             was "Who broke the pot, Nimo?" It didn't do well, but subsequent books did much
             better. "Pigeon on a Hot Tin Roof" was a best seller in his day, as was "A Horsecart
             Named Desire." After moving away from North Carolina, seeking independence
             from his family, he dropped his first name and chose to be known as Tennessee
             Schurdeleau. We know him today by his full name: Carlton "Tennessee"
             Schurdeleau. In Santa Clara California, his home for several years during the
             middle years of his life, is marked by a historic plaque that honors this gifted literary
             talent.

         ii. NIMO SCHURDELEAU, b. 1839.
        iii. BETH SALLY SCHURDELEAU, b. 1842.
        iv. MICKEY KATZ SCHURDELEAU, b. 1844.


38. SAMUEL HARVEY9 HALE (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4,
THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)443,444 was born 14 Feb 1787 in Randolph Co., NC445, and died
14 Feb 1879 in Clinton Co., OH446. He married MARY POWELL WARD447,448 31 Aug 1812449.
She was born 27 Dec 1796 in NC, and died 05 Feb 1880 in Clinton Co., OH.

Notes for SAMUEL HARVEY HALE:
From the 1815 tax list of Randolph Co. N.C.
Sam Hale - 300 acres land in Uwharrie - probably Jacob's brother, Sam
Jonathan Langley for Jacob Hale - 400 acres land in Sandy Creek

From Reminiscences of Randolph Co., printed 1890:
"Colonel Balfour's son, Andrew Balfour, married Mary Henly, a daughter of John Henly, a
prominent member of the Society of Friends, who lived in Caraway at the Samuel H. Hale Place,
now owned by William Kearns."

Did Samuel H. or one of his brothers have a child named Samuel?
Ancestry.com has Sam Hale marrying Elizabeth Myers, 8-9-1820 in NC.
Hale book says Sam H., son of Jacob, married Mary Powell Ward in 1812.
NC marriage index, sec III, ch76, Randolph Co, shows Samuel marrying Polly Ward 8-31-1812.
Learned the wagon and carriage making trade from his father. Accompanied parents to Clinton
Co, OH in 1807 where he became one of the most prominent early settlers. Spent brief time in
Kentucky. Went to Lebanon (OH) to assist N. McLean in publishing "The Western Star." Jacob
Hale and William Hale assisted in deliverying the paper. Sam studied law with John R. McLean,
then returned to NC to marry Mary Ward. On returning to Ohio, they decided to live in
Wilmington. In 1813 Sam was elected to the General Assembly and in 1822 to the Ohio Senate.
He was a devoted friend of Andrew Jackson.

More About SAMUEL HARVEY HALE:
Fact 1: Died on 92nd birthday
Fact 2: Bur. Sugar Grove Cem, Wilmington, OH

Notes for MARY POWELL WARD:
1851 Siler Roll Census of Cherokees living East of Mississippi, Cherokee Co, NC, near Murphy
shows family 23 #1352, 53, 55: Charles Ward, mixed age 51; wife Polly, mixed, age 30; daughter
Polly, age 18, mixed. Could this be our Polly?

More About MARY POWELL WARD:
Fact 1: Buried by her husband
Name (Facts Pg): Also known as Polly

Children of SAMUEL HALE and MARY WARD are:
          i. MILO MILTON10 HALE, b. 01 Nov 1815; d. 04 Apr 1818, Wilmington, OH.
52.      ii. MILTON HALE, b. 26 Dec 1818, Wilmington, OH; d. 23 Mar 1857, Wilmington, OH.
53.     iii. HARVEY WARD HALE, b. 27 Apr 1827, Wilmington, OH; d. 22 May 1903,
             Cincinnati, OH.
        iv. ANSLEM HALE.

39. ELIZABETH9 HALE (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4,
THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)450 was born 26 Feb 1789 in NC451, and died 24 Jan 1867451.
She married JAMES MASSEY 17 Nov 1814.

Notes for ELIZABETH HALE:
Ancestry.com - Marriages, NC to 1825
Elizabeth Hale married William Russell, 2-26-1782

Children of ELIZABETH HALE and JAMES MASSEY are:
          i. SAMUEL10 MASSEY.
         ii. ANSON MASSEY.
        iii. MARY MASSEY.
        iv. ELI MASSEY.
         v. FRANK MASSEY.
40. WILLIAM9 HALE (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4,
THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 27 Sep 1790 in Randolph Co., NC, and died 15 Jul
1887 in Wilmington, Clinton Co, OH. He married MARIA ANN SABIN451 16 Jan 1817452, daughter
of ELIJAH SABIN and MARY SALMONS. She was born 03 Mar 1797 in Duchess Co, NY, and
died 25 Dec 1884 in Wilmington, Clinton Co, OH453.

More About WILLIAM HALE:
Work: Farmer

Children of WILLIAM HALE and MARIA SABIN are:
           i. ELIZA JANE10 HALE.
          ii. EMILY HALE.
         iii. MARY HALE.
        iv. MARTHA HALE.
          v. SAMUEL HALE.
54.     vi. WILLIAM F. HALE.
        vii. JOHN HADLEY HALE, d. Bef. 1867454.

            Notes for JOHN HADLEY HALE:
            JOHN H. HALE, Wilmington, one of the oldest grocers of the village, was born in
            Wilmington September 7, 1831. His father, William Hale, is a native of North
            Carolina, who came to Clinton County in the winter of 1807-08. He was born

            From: Union Township, Clinton Co, Ohio Biographies
            http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Clinton/ClintonBUnion.htm
            866 - BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES:
            September 27, 1790, has been a farmer through life, and is now resting from his
            labors at the advanced age of ninety-two years. He is undoubtedly the oldest person
            in Clinton County. Mr. Hale's mother was Maria Sabin, also a native of North
            Carolina. She was born in 1797. John H. Hale was reared on the old homestead,
            receiving a good education in the common schools. Having been reared on a farm,
            he retained a preference for farm pursuits, and, in 1840. purchased the old home
            farm, on which he resided till 1865, and which he still owns. In the latter year, he
            came to Wilmington and purchased a grocery on the southeast corner of Main and
            South streets. Three years later he sold out, and, buying a lot on West Main street,
            erected thereon two brick buildings at a cost of $10,000. He immediately put a fresh
            stock of groceries in the east room, where he has since carried on business and met
            with reasonable success. Mr. Hale was reared a Democrat, but voted with the
            Republicans from 1856 to 1864. From the latter year to 1880, he voted the
            Democratic ticket again. Since 1880, he has been a firm Prohibitionist. He was
            united in marriage October 9, 1856, to Martha J. McDonald, a native of this county.
            They have four ebildren-Cbarles W., E. Eugene, Ernest W. and Raymond A. Mrs.
            Hale is a member of the M. E. Church.

       viii. EDWARD M HALE.
        ix. HENRY HALE.

41. ELI9 HALE (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3,
WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)455,456 was born 29 Dec 1794 in Randolph Co., NC457, and died 16 Aug
1849 in Or August 9, 1847, Clarksville, OH458,459. He married ANN HADLEY460,461 28 Feb 1824,
daughter of WILLIAM HADLEY and SARAH CLARK. She was born 30 Aug 1802 in Chatham Co,
NC, and died 26 Mar 1891 in nr Waynesville, OH.
Notes for ELI HALE:
An Eli Hale bought land in Dardanelle, AR 1888.

CD255- Eli Hale Homestead Entry 12-29-1888 Orthodox Friends. Eli was one of most prominent
farmers in Clinton Co, OH.
Much more about him on page 81 of the book. His home in Clarksville may still be standing. Eli
was a Whig.

From: http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Clinton/ClintonBUnion.htm -- Clinton Co, Ohio, Union
Township
ELI HALE, deceased, late of Vernon Township, was one of the most prominent farmers of this
county at an early day in its history. He was born in North Carolina in 1798. His father was Jacob
Hale, also a native of North Carolina, and a planter. His mother was Elizabeth Harvey. They
came to Ohio at a very early day, locating on Todd's Fork, in Chester Township, when the subject
of this sketch was but six or seven years of age. They resided there till their deaths, the former
occurring in 1845, and the latter in 1858. The old homestead farm is now owned by Armonia
Hale. Eli Hale grew up on the old home farm, and when a young man engaged to clerk for his
brother, Samuel Hale, at Washington C. H. He subsequently engaged in mercantile pursuits at
Clarksville, Vernon Township, dealing in produce and rafting it down to New Orleans, where it
was traded for goods. He also dealt largely in pork and flour. About 1825, he married Anna,
daughter of William Hadley, of this county. After marriage, he commenced dealing in real estate,
at one time owning about 3,800 acres of land in Vernon Township. As fast as he accumulated
means, he invested in real estate, and subsequently lost almost his entire fortune. At one time, Eli
Hale was considered only second in wealth to any one in Clinton County. Himself and John
Hadley were two of the leading and enterprising spirits of southwestern Clinton, and Mr. Hale was
always largely interested in all matters pertaining to the development and growth of Clinton
County. He was an Orthodox Friend by birth, and politically a member of the Whig party. He
departed this life in 1849, and is interred in the Quaker Burying Ground at Clarksville. Eight
children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Hale, five now living -Melinda (wife of Henry Sherwood, of
Waynesville, Warren Co., Ohio), William H. (from whom these facts were obtained, residing at
Richmond, Ind.), Miles M. (of Topeka, Kan.), Sarah A. (wife of David Pritchard, of Knightstown,
Ind.), and Alfred (also residing at Topeka, Kan.). Mrs. Hale is living with her daughter at
Waynesville, Ohio. and is in the seventy-third year of her age.

Notes for ANN HADLEY:
Descendant of Simon Hadley, prominent Irish Quaker Colonist of PA and Delaware.

Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy: Ohio Volume 5
[p.547] RECORDS

1824, 2, 28. Ann reported married to Eli Hale
More About ANN HADLEY:
Fact 1: Or Anne

Children of ELI HALE and ANN HADLEY are:
          i. MELINDA10 HALE462, b. 27 Feb 1825462; d. 28 Jun 1914462; m. (1) LEBBINS
             CAMPBELL462; d. 01 Mar 1853462; m. (2) HENRY SHERWOOD462; d. 12 Apr 1893.
         ii. WILLIAM HADLEY HALE462, b. 12 Apr 1826; m. ANNA C. BUNTING462, 29 May
             1856462.
        iii. LOUISA HALE462, b. 20 Jun 1828462; d. 13 Jul 1879; m. EDWARD CARPENTER462.
        iv. MARTHA JANE HALE462, b. 04 Aug 1830462; d. 18 Feb 1835.
         v. MILES MILLER HALE462, b. 01 Feb 1833462; m. ELIZABETH MERRIT462.
        vi. MARY HALE462, b. 20 Feb 1835462; m. JONAS JANNEY462.
            Notes for MARY HALE:
            Search Results
            Search Terms: HALE (42), ELI (508)
            Database: Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 5
            Combined Matches: 3
            Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy: Ohio Volume 5
            [p.19] RECORDS

            1855, 10, 31. Jonas, son Jonas & Pleasant, Louden Co., Va., born 1832, 4, 17;
            married at Miami, Mary HALE, daughter Eli & Ann, Warren Co., O., born 1835, 2, 20
            View full context

       vii. ALFRED CLARK HALE462, b. 18 Feb 1837462; m. MARY NEAL462.
       viii. SARAH ANN HALE462, b. 27 Apr 1839462; m. DAVID PRITCHARD462.

            Notes for SARAH ANN HALE:
            Search Results
            Search Terms: HALE (42), ELI (508)
            Database: Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 5
            Combined Matches: 3
            Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy: Ohio Volume 5
            [p.19] RECORDS

            1855, 10, 31. Jonas, son Jonas & Pleasant, Louden Co., Va., born 1832, 4, 17;
            married at Miami, Mary HALE, daughter Eli & Ann, Warren Co., O., born 1835, 2, 20
            View full context

            Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy: Ohio Volume 5
            [p.19] RECORDS

            1864, 11, 2. David T., son Samuel & Harriet, Henry Co., Ind.; married at Miami,
            Sarah A. HALE daughter Eli & Anna, Warren Co., O.
            View full context

        ix. CAROLINE HALE462, b. 18 Jun 1842462.

42. RUTH9 HALE (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3,
WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)463 was born 03 Mar 1797 in Randolph Co., NC463, and died 18 Sep 1861.
She married JOHN HADLEY463 30 Oct 1817 in Springfield MM, Clinton463, son of WILLIAM
HADLEY and SARAH CLARK. He was born 17 Jul 1796 in Orange/Alamance, NC464, and died
08 Jan 1868465.

Notes for JOHN HADLEY:
From LBamburg, via Hadley Genealogy:
John Hadley was a farmer and merchant. He imported prize cattle. Was the first pork packer in
America (no, this isn't a joke!). Rem Fr NC to Ohio in 1810. Donated land for Friends Church
and cemetery. Shipped pork to Cincinnati via horse-drawn wagons, a round trip consuming a
week. His home, as of 1968, is known as Linton Mansion.

Children of RUTH HALE and JOHN HADLEY are:
55.       i. ALFRED CLARK10 HADLEY, b. 14 Jan 1819, Clinton Co., Ohio; d. 28 Sep 1849.
         ii. SARAH E HADLEY, b. 08 Apr 1821, Clinton Co., Ohio; d. 24 Jan 1843; m. JOHN W
             MCDANIEL, 24 Feb 1842.
56.     iii. ANN MARIA HADLEY, b. 04 Nov 1822, Clinton Co., Ohio; d. 11 Aug 1909.
        iv. MILES HALE HADLEY, b. 13 Sep 1825; d. 19 Jun 1826.
        v.MAHALA HADLEY, b. 25 Feb 1827; d. 14 Jul 1895; m. JOSHUA WOODROW
            WARNER, 22 Mar 1849.
57.    vi. JULIA HADLEY, b. 24 Feb 1829, Clarksville, Clinton Co.; d. 21 May 1922.
       vii. ELI HALE HADLEY, b. 13 Jun 1832; m. RACHEL BUTTERWORTH, 24 Apr 1856.


43. LYDIA9 HALE (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3,
WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)466 was born 29 Mar 1799 in Randolph Co., NC, and died 18 Aug 1875.
She married JOHN CARTER HARLAN466 22 Aug 1816 in Springfield MM, Clinton Co, OH467, son
of ENOCH HARLAN and EDITH (HARLAN).

Children of LYDIA HALE and JOHN HARLAN are:
           i. MARIA10 HARLAN.
          ii. ASENATH HARLAN.
         iii. MARY HARLAN.
        iv. NATHANIEL HARLAN.
          v. JACOB HARLAN.
        vi. REBECCA HARLAN.
        vii. ELIZABETH HARLAN.
       viii. JAMES BIRDSALL HARLAN.
        ix. LOUISA HARLAN.
          x. WARREN DAKIN HARLAN.
        xi. MICAJAH HARLAN.
        xii. HANNAH HARLAN.
       xiii. INFANT HARLAN.
       xiv. ADELIA HARLAN.

44. JACOB9 HALE, JR. (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4,
THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 12 Jul 1801 in Randolph Co., NC, and died 13 Feb
1849. He married (1) DARINDA RUSH468 Bet. Aug - Nov 1824 in Randolph Co., NC469,470,
daughter of AZEL RUSH and ELIZABETH BECKERDITE. She was born 29 Aug 1805 in
Randolph Co., NC470, and died Abt. 20 Aug 1882. He married (2) DARINDA RUSH470 Bet. Aug -
Nov 1824471, daughter of AZEL RUSH and ELIZABETH BECKERDITE. She was born 29 Aug
1805 in Randolph Co., NC472, and died Abt. 20 Aug 1882.

Notes for JACOB HALE, JR.:
Randolph Co, NC Marriage Index, Broaderbuns Software CD #4, Sec III, Ch76, shows Hannah
Andrews married a Jacob Hale Nov 2, 1824. Need to make sure I have the right woman married
to the right Jacob. Broaderbuns info is suspect. Encyc of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 5,
shows Hannah marrying Jacob Hale in Ohio (probably Clinton Co), 3-16-1830.

More About JACOB HALE, JR.:
Fact 1: Twin to Martha
Medical Information: Twin to Martha

Notes for DARINDA RUSH:
FTM CD#4 Marriage Index for NC, Sec III, Ch 76, Randolph Co:
Jacob Hale m Darinda Rush 11-2-1824

A Jacob Hale also married Hannah Andrews. See Jacob Jr's notes.

Hinshaw Vol 1 also shows Darinda Rush marrying Jacob Hale in 1824. North Randolph
Historical Society, The Quarterly, Winter 1970 Vol 4, No. 4, also shows him marrying Darinda,
witnessed by Nathan Kendel and Tho Pierce.
Jacob and Martha Book is probably incorrect. It shows Jacob marrying Hannah Andrew on 3-4-
1830 . This could be to another Jacob Hale.

Vol 1 Encyc of American Quaker Genealogy, page 716: 1829, 7, 29. Direndia rqct Duck Creek
MM, Wayne Co., Ind. (listed under Hale heading and under notice of Darinda being removed due
to marrying out of unity in 1824.)

More About DARINDA RUSH:
Fact 1: May have died 1892. Record shows 1882/92
Name (Facts Pg): Or Dorinda or Direndia (Ency Quaker Geneal)

Notes for DARINDA RUSH:
FTM CD#4 Marriage Index for NC, Sec III, Ch 76, Randolph Co:
Jacob Hale m Darinda Rush 11-2-1824

A Jacob Hale also married Hannah Andrews. See Jacob Jr's notes.

Hinshaw Vol1 also shows Darinda Rush marrying Jacob Hale in 1824. North Randolph Historical
Society, The Quarterly, Winter 1970 Vol 4, No. 4, also shows him marrying Darinda, witnessed
by Nathan Kendel and Tho Pierce.

Jacob and Martha Book is probably incorrect. It shows Jacob marrying Hannah Andrew on 3-4-
1830 . This could be to another Jacob Hale.

Vol 1 Encyc of American Quaker Genealogy, page 716: 1829, 7, 29. Direndia rqct Duck Creek
MM, Wayne Co., Ind. (listed under Hale heading and under notice of Darinda being removed due
to marrying out of unity in 1824.)

More About DARINDA RUSH:
Fact 1: May have died 1892. Record shows 1882/92
Name (Facts Pg): Or Dorinda or Direndia (Ency Quaker Geneal)

Children of JACOB HALE and DARINDA RUSH are:
          i. ALFRED10 HALE.
         ii. SUSANNAH HALE.
58.     iii. WILLIAM HALE.


45. MARTHA9 HALE (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4,
THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 12 Jul 1801 in Randolph Co., NC, and died 05 Aug
1880. She married HIRAM MENDENHALL 27 Nov 1821 in Clinton Co., OH. He was born 20
Feb 1801 in Guilford Co, NC473.

More About MARTHA HALE:
Fact 1: Twin to Jacob, Jr.
Medical Information: Twin to Jacob, Jr.

Notes for HIRAM MENDENHALL:
From the Jacob and Martha book:
Hiram was 6 ft. tall, broad shouldered and had abundant dark hair. He has a place in history for
the Community he founded in Indiana and as an abolitionist. There are two versions of an
encounter he had with Henry Clay.
See the book for these stories, page 207.
Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1
Stokes (now Forsyth) County, North Carolina
page 906
Among the members of Muddy Creek Preparative Meeting who became the
original membership of Union Monthly Meeting were the following:-Latham
Folger and Hannah Hanes, clerks, Thomas Arnett, Asa Barnard, Huldah
Barnard, Margaret Barnard, Benjamin Beeson, Catharine Beeson, John
Brooks, Aaron Coffin, Moses Coffin, Sarah Coffin, Job Coggshall, Joseph
Crews, Sarah Crews, Asa Folger, Eunice Folger, Matilda Folger, Ezekiel
Haisley, Ezekiel Haisley, Jr., Joseph Haisley, Mary Haisley, Sarah
 Haisley, Jonathan Harrold, Margaret Harrold, Susanna Henley, Elizabeth
Johnson, Jane Johnson, John Maston, Ann Mendenhall, Elizabeth
Mendenhall, Jonathan Mendenhall, Joseph Mendenhall, Martha Nordyke, Mary
Patterson, John Pattison, Simmons Pattison, Mary Pike, Nathan Pike,
Cadwallader Pitts, Elizabeth Pitts, John Pitts, Hepzabeth Starbuck, Paul
Starbuck, Elizabeth Stockton, Daniel Warren, Jemima Weisner, Jesse
Weisner, Lydia Weisner, Rebecca Weisner, Gabriel Willits, Priscilla
Willits, Lydia Worth, Matilda Worth, Silas Worth.

Children of MARTHA HALE and HIRAM MENDENHALL are:
           i. ROWENA H.10 MENDENHALL.
          ii. JOSEPH H. MENDENHALL.
         iii. MARTHA ANN MENDENHALL.
        iv. AMOS COWGILL MENDENHALL.
          v. NATHAN JACOB H. MENDENHALL.
        vi. WILLIAM HARLAN MENDENHALL.
        vii. JOHN H. MENDENHALL.
       viii. SAMUEL MENDENHALL.

            More About SAMUEL MENDENHALL:
            Fact 1: Twin to James
            Medical Information: Twin to James

        ix. JAMES MENDENHALL.

            More About JAMES MENDENHALL:
            Fact 1: Twin to Samuel
            Medical Information: Twin to Samuel

46. JOSEPH9 HALE (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4,
THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 09 Jul 1804 in Randolph Co., NC, and died 21 Feb
1890. He married (1) SARAH A. SEWELL. He married (2) ROWENA HARLAN 14 Jun 1827473.

Notes for JOSEPH HALE:
See Samuel III notes about a Samuel and Joseph ... Joseph moving to Indiana

Children of JOSEPH HALE and SARAH SEWELL are:
          i. WILL R.10 HALE.
         ii. MARY BELLE HALE.
        iii. EDWARD J. HALE.

            Notes for EDWARD J. HALE:
            Became editor of Fayetteville, NC newspaper, later moved to NY and was in
            publishing.

            http://www.civilwarancestor.com/store/files/Ebook0045.htm:
           REMINISCENCES
           1861-1865

           LAWSON HARRILL,
           Captain Company I, 56th Regiment
           North Carolina Troops.

           GENERAL M. W. RANSOM’S BRIGADE.
           1910
           BRADY, THE PRINTER
           STATESVILLE, N. C.
           April 24th, Company’s I, E and G, all under my command, were ordered to Gum
           Swamp, ten miles east of Kinston. On the 28th we were attacked by four regiments,
           at least 1600 men, while my force was 165. We held our position on the east side of
           the swamp for about two hours, then crossed to the west side and fought until
           darkness closed the battle. We lost one officer, Lieutenant Lutterloh, and three men
           killed. Enemy’s loss, ten killed and eighteen wounded. Next morning Adjutant E. J.
           Hale wrote an account of the skirmish and published it in the Fayetteville Observer.
           He says, "Capt. Harrill, Company I, commanded during the first of the fight and until
           the arrival of Colonel Faison. He is certainly one of the coolest men I ever saw, and
           all award him praise for the admirable handling of his little force while in command. *
           * * *. Our officers and men behaved most admirably, not one leaving his post or
           straggling in any way * * * *. The force of the enemy in our front consisted of six
           regiments of infantry and a squadron of cavalry." (For another account see North
           Carolina Regiments, Vol. III, page 323.)

Children of JOSEPH HALE and ROWENA HARLAN are:
        iv. NATHANIEL CARTER10 HALE.
         v. MARY ELIZABETH HALE.
        vi. GEORGE W. HALE.
        vii. CARTER BERRY HALE.

47. ARMONIA9 HALE (JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4,
THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 21 Sep 1806, and died 06 Sep 1900. He married
ELIZABETH EDWARDS 23 Nov 1830.

Children of ARMONIA HALE and ELIZABETH EDWARDS are:
           i. JOSEPH10 HALE.
          ii. LYDIA HALE.
         iii. ELWOOD HALE.
        iv. MILO HALE.
          v. MARTHA HALE.
        vi. JOHN E. HALE.
        vii. ANN HALE.
       viii. JACOB HALE.
        ix. CHARLES EDWARD HALE.
48. JOSEPH9 HEALD (JOSEPH8, JACOB7, JOSEPH6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3,
WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)474 was born 10 Jan 1810 in New Castle Co., Delaware475, and died 28 Jan
1868 in Kennett Square, PA. He married SARAH EMMA WICKERSHAM476.

Child of JOSEPH HEALD and SARAH WICKERSHAM is:
59.       i. CHARLES EVAN10 HEALD.


                                        Generation No. 10

49. EDWARD HENLEY10 HALE (HARLEN BOLDEN9, SAMUEL8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III,
SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)477,477 was born 10 Jan 1838
in High Point, NC478,479,480, and died 1913 in Tuttle, OK. He married SARAH JANE
SANDERS481,482 30 Sep 1871 in Parke Co., IN (based on where kids born)483, daughter of
BRANSON SANDERS and CHARITY OVERMAN. She was born 07 Oct 1850 in IN, and died 29
Jul 1933. Lived for a time with Aretha Hale Wildman in Riverside, CA, but went back to Tuttle &
died there.

Notes for EDWARD HENLEY HALE:
These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at gwandrw dot com):

PUBLIC RECORDS

From Randolph Co, NC Monthly Meeting Minutes, per Hubert Sanders:
Edward H. got certificate to Springfield M.M. Douglas Co, Kansas, 9-9-1865. (verified by LH)

From records of Coloma MM Parke County, Ind.:
1-19-1885 " To Thunderbird Hill MM of Friends, Cherokee Co, Kansas: Edward H. Hale and
Sarah J. Hale, his wife, members of this meeting with their children; Flora G, Harlan B, Mary L,
Anna, Alpheus, Lenius, Luther and Mary L, having settled in your limits no obstruction appears to
prevent the transfer of their right of membership, therefore we recommend them to your Christian
care and are in love our friends."
                                          Clerks: Jesse Saunders
                                                  Luella Saunders


9-9-1865   Edward H. got certificate to Springfield M.M., Douglas Co., Kansas.

From: Ancestry.com, Gene Pool Individual Records
Edward Henley Hale
 Birth: 11 January 1838-- Guilford, High Point, NC
 Death:
   1910 --
 Spouse: Sarah Jane Sanders
 Parents: Harlan (Should be Harlen) Bolden Hale, Sarah Henley

1880 Census, Wabash Township, Parke Co, Indiana:
Edward Hale age 48, Sarah age 30 , Flora age 8, Harland age 7, Anna age 4 (looks like Amy on
the form), Alpheus age 3, Lineus age 8mos.
Census shows Edward and his parents born in NC. Shows Sarah born in Indiana, her father in
Ohio and her mother in NC.
All five children listed were born in Kansas. -- Spelling is per the census sheet.

RELATIVES

Hale family notes say his birthday is the 10th.
Family records refer to him as both Edward Harlan and Edward Henley. Family is related to both
Harlans and Henleys, but Sam Hale's birth certificate says his father was Edward Henley Hale.

Hubert Sanders letter to Areatha Hale Wildman has some family background info. LH has a copy
of the letter. It says, in part, that:

The Branson Sanders family moved to Kansas in 1868. The Hale and Sanders families moved to
Indiana in 1874. Then to Arkansas, then to Bluejacket in the Northeastern part of Oklahoma.

 Edward worked on the Indiana farm of John and Rachel Wildman, Uncle Erwin's parents. The
first mention of this is in the Wildman's ledgeer dated 1875. Edward worked on the Wildman farm
and was a carpenter during the time the family was living near the Wildman farm in Wabash.

Family moved from Ind. to Ark in 1881 or 1882, staying for about two years. Mary Jane was
about 1 1/2 years old when they moved to Cherokee County, Kansas, staying about three years.

 In the late 1890's Ed Hale and the older boys went to New Salem in central Oklahoma. They
built a house. When finished, Sarah and the other children traveled by train to New Salem. See
the certificate of removal above.

From a brother or sister of Sam Hale:
"Don't know just when Father began to try to prove info on his claim (Cherokee)
but it was because of that prospect that we moved to Bluejacket and that was long before March
7, 1907. In fact, we moved there some time in Nov, I think, and you were born in Feb.; I have just
called Beulah to know what she may remember about it, but didn't get any answer."

MISC NOTES / QUESTIONS/ FOLLOWUP

The 1907 lawsuit listed people who believed they were owed money that was promised to
Cherokees by the government. The list included John and Anna Henley and Edward Hale, born
High Point NC 1-11-1838. This is from the Muskogee Area Office, Muskogee, Ok. 1962. The
birthday corresponds to our Edward Henley Hale, but I don't know about John and Anna Henley.
This is not proof of Indian heritage, only proof that the relatives believed they were part Cherokee.

More About EDWARD HENLEY HALE:
Burial: Tuttle, OK
Fact 1: Edward Henley Hale is correct on Grandpa Hale's birth certificate.
Fact 2: Moved to Indianapolis, Ind. about 9-13-1902.
Fact 3: Born Jan 10 or 11?
Fact 4: Buried in Tuttle, Oklahoma, as are other Hales

Notes for SARAH JANE SANDERS:
Letter to Mildred H from Eunice Wildman Jorgenson, dated 1980, says: Grandma Hale (Sarah
Jane) took all the kids and moved from Blue Jacket to Tuttle after Grandpa Hale and oldest boys
had built a place for the family to live.

More About SARAH JANE SANDERS:
Burial: Tuttle, OK
Fact 1: Buried in Tuttle, Ok
Fact 2: Moved to Indiana in 1874 with her parents.
Fact 3: Moved to Oklahoma in 1904.
Fact 4: Grandpa Hale's birth certificate lists her as Sara.
Fact 5: Her headstone says Sarah

Children of EDWARD HALE and SARAH SANDERS are:
          i. FLORA ALICE11 HALE484, b. 16 Jul 1872, Parke Co., IN (1880 census says Kansas);
    d. 26 Mar 1904, New Salem Cemetery, Shawnee, OK; m. EDSON L. BARNETT; b.
    Bet. 1868 - 1872.

    Notes for FLORA ALICE HALE:
    Debbie took picture of her grave at New Salem Cemetery, outside of Shawnee.

 ii. HARLAN BRANSON HALE484, b. 20 Nov 1873, Parke Co., IN (1880 census says
     Kansas)484.
iii. ANNA FRANCES HALE484, b. 23 Sep 1875, Parke Co., Ind. (1880 census says
     Kansas)484; m. CURT HIGHFILL, Bet. 1895 - 1897; b. Bet. 1870 - 1875.
iv. ALPHEUS CHARLES HALE485,486, b. 13 Dec 1877, Parke Co., Ind. (1880 census
     says Kansas); d. 1945, Some family records say died Sept 46; m. MAUDE PEARL
     HARGRAVE487, Bet. 1900 - 1903; b. 1880, KS; d. 1925.

    Notes for ALPHEUS CHARLES HALE:
    Article entitled: Dimmit County Mesquite Roots Vol 1, by Laura Knowlton Tidwell, for
    the People of Dimmit Co., TX: Discusses Alpheus and Maude. Family came to Big
    Wells in 1913, by train from Harrah, OK. Then took train to Las Vegas, TX. From
    there the family walked five miles to Shumate's Store in Valley Wells. Beven was 7,
    Stanley 2. The sister not yet born. Charles was a carpenter. He built his own home
    and several others.

    Net Hale's address book has him in San Antonio at some point, possibly in 1940's

v. LINNEAUS ELI HALE, b. 23 Sep 1879, Parke Co., IN (1880 census says Kansas)488;
   m. LOUISE SUTHERLAND; b. Missouri (?).

    Notes for LINNEAUS ELI HALE:
    1920 Federal Census for Oklahoma lists Linneaus and Louise (ancestry.com
    misspells him as Limmie). They live in Newkirk Township, Kay County. They are
    shown on page 8B, ED #140, image 0994. Louise may have been born in Missouri
    (it's hard to read). John Monson is living with them.

    More About LINNEAUS ELI HALE:
    Name (Facts Pg): Spelling: Linneaus as per the San Antonio relatives

vi. LUTHER EDWARD HALE, b. 01 Jul 1881, Parke Co., IN488; d. Jun 1969488; m.
    GERTRUDE [HALE], Bet. 1900 - 1903; b. Bet. 1881 - 1885.

    Notes for LUTHER EDWARD HALE:
    From Christian Church, Tuttle, OK 11-28-03:
    “I have found out a couple of things for you. The lady that I checked with told me
    that she would do some more looking. Anyway, she told me that he (Luther) had
    two daughters. By the church membership records, it was a family of four: Luther
    Hale, Mrs. L. Hale, Ruby Hale, & Alhie Hale. That last name I spelled exactly as it is
    in the register. I'm not sure if it is correct spelling or not. I do not see any Appleby's
    or Hargrave's in the register. She also told me that Mr. Hale was a great builder. In
    fact, he built a house right next door to where I am living. My parents now own the
    house that he built and rent it out. It is still standing! Anyway, that is all the
    information she had off the top of her head. I'll let you know if she comes up with
    something else if this is your great uncle.”

vii. MARY JANE "MARIE" HALE, b. 10 Sep 1883, Lowell, AR488; d. 12 Nov 1972488; m.
     E. HERBERT EDDY, Bet. 1900 - 1903; b. Bet. 1880 - 1883.

    More About MARY JANE "MARIE" HALE:
    Name2: Aunt Marie

viii. WILLIAM SPRAGUE HALE489, b. 04 May 1886, Bluejacket, Benton Co., OK490; d. 26
      Aug 1908.

    Notes for WILLIAM SPRAGUE HALE:
    Roger has William Sprague, born May 4.

    More About WILLIAM SPRAGUE HALE:
    Fact 1: Buried in Tuttle, Ok

ix. ARETHA HULDA HALE490, b. 28 Feb 1888, Bluejacket, Benton Co., OK490,491; d. 06
    Jan 1980, Riverside, CA491; m. ERVIN WILDMAN492, Bet. 1905 - 1908; b. Bet. 1885 -
    1888.

    Notes for ERVIN WILDMAN:
    Have a 1955 letter from Hubert B. Sanders to Aretha Hale _____. Sanders lived at
    410 West York St., Rockville, Indiana. A son, John, lived in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
    They were going to move to Houston.

    More About ERVIN WILDMAN:
    Fact 1: Or Ervin?

 x. SAMUEL ALLEN HALE493, b. 17 Apr 1890, Bluejacket, Benton Co., OK493; d. 13 Jan
    1962, Bishop, Inyo Co., California; m. NETTIE OPHELIA APPLEBY494, 27 Dec 1909,
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma495,496; b. 23 Sep 1889, Near Marlin, Falls Co., TX; d. 25
    Jul 1962, Bishop, Inyo Co., California.

    Notes for SAMUEL ALLEN HALE:
    These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at
    gwandrw dot com):

    Sam Hale was a salesman. He sold appliances, sewing machines, etc.
    In late 1950's and early 60's he worked for Leora Feige in her retail store, in Bishop,
    CA.
    He worked for the G.M. Pfaff Sewing Machine Company.
    He is buried in Santa Paula Cemetery, California

    They lived in Bishop twice, in the 1940's and then again in the 50's and 60's. Sam
    & Nettie made frequent trips to visit family in the '50's and '60's. He would not leave
    home without a large supply of Bishop water. Sam enjoyed fishing and took his
    grandkids on many a fishing adventure to the Owens River, Lake Sabrina, and other
    lakes and streams in the Bishop & Mammoth Lakes areas.

    More About SAMUEL ALLEN HALE:
    Fact 1: Born into a Quaker family. Nettie was a Methodist.
    Fact 2: In Bishop lived at 334 May St.

    Notes for NETTIE OPHELIA APPLEBY:
    These are the Family Tree Maker Notes Pages of Lyford Hale (lyfordhale at
    gwandrw dot com):

    Nettie loved having her grandkids come to visit, but everyone -- adults included --
    knew that everything came to a halt when it was time to watch Days of Our Lives
    and other favorite soap operas.
             Have an old photo of a man. It was printed in Oklahoma City and label on back says
             it's Nettie's Uncle Wid.

             More About NETTIE OPHELIA APPLEBY:
             Fact 1: Buried in Santa Paula Cemetery, Santa Paula, California
             Fact 2: Sometimes called Janette. Birth Cert shows Nettie.
             Name 2: Nettie is what's on her birth certificate, not Janette
             Occupation: Housewife, seamstress
             Religion: Methodist

        xi. EVERETT JAMES HALE497, b. 17 Sep 1891, Bluejacket, Benton Co., OK497; d. 28
            Feb 1974, Hawthorne, CA497; m. LOU ANNIE WINTER; b. Abt. 1903, Alabama498.

             Notes for EVERETT JAMES HALE:
             Was in military in 1918, stationed in Texas for "first drilling."

             U.S. Census for 1930 shows the family living in San Bernardino. Everett is listed as
             a rancher.

50. NANCY P.10 HALE (HARLEN BOLDEN9, SAMUEL8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6,
SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)499 was born 26 Mar 1842500, and died
11 Dec 1863. She married WILLIAM PENN KEARNES501,502 09 Apr 1860502. He was born 14
Sep 1834, and died 08 Dec 1895.

Notes for NANCY P. HALE:
Nancy married a Kearnes. This family is mentioned in Reminiscences of Randolph Co, 1890?
William Kearns bought the home of Samuel H. Hale. Then Andrew Balfour married Mary Henly,
daughter of John Henly and lived there too.

Birth date in one family record is 3-26-1848

Is she Nancy Priscilla?

More About NANCY P. HALE:
Fact 1: Born in 1842 or 48?

More About WILLIAM PENN KEARNES:
Fact 1: or Keerans (was spelled both ways in that day)

Child of NANCY HALE and WILLIAM KEARNES is:
          i. NANCY11 KEARNES, m. WILL REDDING.

51. SAMUEL HARLAN10 HALE (HARLEN BOLDEN9, SAMUEL8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III,
SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)503,504,505 was born 03 Jul
1844 in Randolph Co., NC506, and died 06 Feb 1908 in Asheboro, NC507,508. He married MARY
ANN HILL509,510 14 Aug 1877 in Randolph Co., NC510, daughter of WILLIAM HILL and ANN
MILLIKAN. She was born 18 Dec 1846 in Randolph Co., NC511, and died 16 Aug 1912 in
Asheboro, NC.

Notes for SAMUEL HARLAN HALE:
From Hubert Sanders research: Samuel got certificate to move to Springfield
M.M. Nc to marry 6-8-1867

Hinshaw, Encyc Amer. Quaker Gen., Vol 1, page 880 (Back Creek MM):
1877, 8, 14 Samuel H., s Harlan B, dec, and Sarah, Randolph Co,
            m Mary A. Hill
Full Context of Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 1
Hale.
1807, 2, 7. Sarah (form Garrison) dis mou.
1822, 12, 11. Margaret (form Hunt) dis mou.
1868, 4, 8. Mary A. (Hail) gct Back Creek MM.
1877, 8, 14. Samuel H., s Harlin B., dec, & Sarah, Randolph Co., m Mary A. Hill.

Have letterhead and letter: The Hale House, A first-Class Boarding House S.H. Hale Prop.
Rates Reasonable
Letter is from 5-5-1899.
Letter refers to "Brother John." Am I missing a brother???

LDS - Dickinson, says
Samuel Harlan Hale born in High Point, Guilford, NC

Buried next to Harlen Bolden Hale, in Back Creek MM cemetery, are Infant Samuel Hale and
Samuel Clayton Hale, son of S.H. and M.A. Hale

Notes for MARY ANN HILL:
Randolph Co. State archives lists a Mary Ann Hill, born July 20,1831 and died April 24th 1866.
This from a headstone in ??? cemetery.

More About MARY ANN HILL:
Fact 1: Randolph Co library record submitted by Hale says 1867 married

Children of SAMUEL HALE and MARY HILL are:
          i. WILLIAM HARLAN11 HALE, d. 1931, Greensboro, NC or Tennessee.

            Notes for WILLIAM HARLAN HALE:
            Had two sons and two daughters -- Hale family notes

         ii. JOEL HALE512, d. 1945.

            Notes for JOEL HALE:
            Had two sons, one daughter. Joel and Edward may have been twins - Hale family
            notes.

        iii. EDWARD HALE512.

            Notes for EDWARD HALE:
            One son and two daughters. Lived in Indiana. May be a twin to Joel -- Hale family
            notes.

            From Hubert Sanders research: Edward got certificate to move to Indianapolis
            M.M., Ind, 9-13-1902.

        iv. ADDISON J. HALE512, d. Indianapolis; m. ELIZABETH (HALE)513; d. 13 Jul 1860,
            Marshfield, MO.

            Notes for ADDISON J. HALE:
            Never married -- Hale family notes.

            Check AJ Hale and Addison J Hale. Appears these are two different people with the
            same name, one the son of John Hale the other the son of Samuel Hale.
           Addison J. bought land from Edmond Luck and George Thompson in 1855 and
           1856, in Randolph Co., per General Index to RE Conveyances. Record shows
           many AJ Hale purchases and deeds (but which AJ?)

           Vol 61 The Heritage of Randolph Co 1993, Cheryl Martin, Editor: Addison was living
           in 1857. Vol 5 shows him an AJ as Clerk of Randolph Superior Court. Randolph
           Co. Public Library file, Asheboro, shows Judge A.J. Hale born in NC 1823, son of
           John H. Hale and Margaret Hung, both natives of NC. He was twice clerk of the
           Superior Court.

           Notes for ELIZABETH (HALE):
           She is wife of a different Addison Hale, I believe. This needs to be moved

           Obituary of Mrs. Elizabeth Hale, from Greensboro Patriot, Guilford Co, NC
           Newspaper. Dated 24 August 1860.
           DIED - On Friday 13th July, at Marshfield, Mo., Mrs. Elizabeth Hale, wife of A.J.
           Hale, aged 30 years.
                Until a few months ago Mrs. Hale had been a resident of Asheborough, N.C.
           Having left her many friends there, she had gone to seek a home in Missouri, but
           had just reached it when she was taken sick and died after a painful illness of ten
           days.
                As her life had been one of Christian virtue, so was hers a glorious death; happy
           in the confidence of her repentance in Christ, she died without fear and with no
           regret but at being separated from her husband and children.
                At the tender age of fourteen years she gave her heart to God and devoted her
           life to his Service, and was ever afterwards a consistent member of the M.E. Church.
           She never forgot the vows then taken - as a mother, a wife and a friend she
           discharged her duties in prayer for Devine aid and in hope of Divine acceptance.
                "Death is another life: to her a life of bliss in Heaven, the eternal reward for her
           Godly work on earth - Her friends mourn her loss here; the Angels rejoice with her in
           Heaven."

           More About ELIZABETH (HALE):
           Fact 1: Died on Friday the 13th

        v. MILTON HALE514, d. Fredricksburg, VA.

           Notes for MILTON HALE:
           Three sons, one daughter - Hale family notes


vi.ALLEN HALE514.

           Notes for ALLEN HALE:
           2 sons - Hale family notes

       vii. ANNE HALE514, d. Stratford; m. STRATFORD.

           Notes for ANNE HALE:
           3 sons, 3 daughters - Hale family notes

           More About ANNE HALE:
           Name (Facts Pg): Father called her "Annie"

      viii. MARY HALE514, d. Thomasville, N.C..
       ix. NANCY MURRAY HALE514,515, b. 20 Sep 1883, Randolph Co., NC; d. 02 Feb 1952,
           High Point, NC (buried in Oakwood Cem.); m. JOHN WILSON CLINARD515,516, 25
           Oct 1903; d. 401 Otteray Dr., High Point, N.C..

           Notes for NANCY MURRAY HALE:
           Notes from Grigg Collection at Asheboro Public Library, Randolph Co., NC:
           Nancy Hale Clinard became a member of Daughters of American Colonists on
           4/26/1936 Membership #4293 through Services to Colony of N.C. by William
           Mikkikan. Original Membership Certificate owned by Nancy Clinard Pickens.

           More About NANCY MURRAY HALE:
           Name (Facts Pg): Father called her "Nannie"

52. MILTON10 HALE (SAMUEL HARVEY9, JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5,
WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 26 Dec 1818 in Wilmington, OH, and
died 23 Mar 1857 in Wilmington, OH. He married REBECCA JANE MCCLAIN 15 Apr 1840. She
was born 03 Dec 1820 in Lebanon, OH.

Children of MILTON HALE and REBECCA MCCLAIN are:
          i. HESTER11.
         ii. MARY WARD HESTER.
        iii. EVA HESTER.

53. HARVEY WARD10 HALE (SAMUEL HARVEY9, JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6,
SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 27 Apr 1827 in Wilmington,
OH, and died 22 May 1903 in Cincinnati, OH. He married CELIA A.B. FITCH 06 May 1851. She
was born 16 Mar 1826 in Cooperstown, NY, and died 30 Dec 1861.

More About HARVEY WARD HALE:
Fact 1: Bur Sugar Grove Cem, Wilminton, OH

Children of HARVEY HALE and CELIA FITCH are:
          i. KATE FITCH11 HALE.
         ii. IDA HALE.
        iii. ANNA HALE.

54. WILLIAM F.10 HALE (WILLIAM9, JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5,
WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)517. He married LUCY H. HALE518.

Children of WILLIAM HALE and LUCY HALE are:
          i. ORVILLE11 HALE, b. 1852.
         ii. LAURA B. HALE, b. 1860.
        iii. WILLIE F. HALE, b. 1866.

55. ALFRED CLARK10 HADLEY (RUTH9 HALE, JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6,
SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 14 Jan 1819 in Clinton Co.,
Ohio, and died 28 Sep 1849. He married ANNA NIXON 03 May 1845 in Richmond, Indiana. She
was born 27 Mar 1825, and died 07 Aug 1903.

Children of ALFRED HADLEY and ANNA NIXON are:
          i. JOHN W.11 HADLEY, b. 18 Feb 1846; d. 14 Apr 1850.
         ii. CHARLES E. HADLEY, b. 14 Dec 1847.
        iii. ALFREDDA C. HADLEY, b. 13 Dec 1849; m. MORRIS LANCASTER, 22 Dec 1878.
56. ANN MARIA10 HADLEY (RUTH9 HALE, JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6,
SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 04 Nov 1822 in Clinton Co.,
Ohio, and died 11 Aug 1909. She married JAMES LINTON 21 Sep 1843 in Springfield MM O.
He was born 17 Jan 1817, and died 28 Aug 1881.

Children of ANN HADLEY and JAMES LINTON are:
           i. MARY EMILY11 LINTON, b. 07 Jul 1845, Clinton Co OH.
          ii. ALFRED ALONZO LINTON, b. 15 May 1848, Clinton Co OH; m. (1) HENRIETA
              HAZARD, 23 Apr 1873; b. 23 Apr 1852, Clarksville OH; d. 25 Nov 1885; m. (2)
              MARY BUTTERWORTH, 11 Oct 1893.
         iii. JOHN H LINTON, b. 22 Apr 1850, Clinton Co OH; m. CARRIE M DAVIS, 28 Oct
              1875; b. 21 Jun 1858; d. 12 Dec 1924.
        iv. WILLIAM CLARK LINTON, b. 30 Nov 1854, Clinton Co OH.
          v. RUTH IDA LINTON, b. 22 Jun 1861, Clinton Co OH.
        vi. JAMES ELI LINTON, b. 14 Apr 1863, Clinton Co OH.
        vii. CHARLES CARROLL LINTON, b. 18 Jun 1866, Clinton Co OH; m. MINNIE LEASE.

57. JULIA10 HADLEY (RUTH9 HALE, JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5,
WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) was born 24 Feb 1829 in Clarksville, Clinton Co.,
and died 21 May 1922. She married JOSIAH BRADBURY MCKECKNIE Dec 1861. He was born
03 Jan 1834 in Augusta ME, and died 25 Aug 1914.

Child of JULIA HADLEY and JOSIAH MCKECKNIE is:
          i. JOHN WILLIAM11 MCKECKNIE, b. 03 Oct 1862, Clarksville OH; d. 19 Oct 1934; m.
             LUCY EDITH JORDAN, 27 Sep 1899; b. 07 Sep 1866, New York NY; d. 04 Sep
             1907.

58. WILLIAM10 HALE (JACOB9, JACOB8, SAMUEL7 HEALD III, SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5,
WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1) He married MARIA SABIN.

Child of WILLIAM HALE and MARIA SABIN is:
          i. ELIZA JANE11 HALE, m. ELIAS SHEWALTER; b. 17 Apr 1817, Frederick Co., VA.

59. CHARLES EVAN10 HEALD (JOSEPH9, JOSEPH8, JACOB7, JOSEPH6, SAMUEL5,
WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, THOMAS1)519. He married CORA REBECCA MARSHALL519.

Child of CHARLES HEALD and CORA MARSHALL is:
          i. HOWARD MARSHALL11 HEALD519, m. HELEN MOORE519.



                                         Endnotes

1. Ken Johnson, on-line 1-30-99.
2. Karen Gerlach, on-line (see notes section).
3. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck, Littleton,
CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
4. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1037, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (RG6/1037=The Register Booke of Burialls for the People Called
Quakers & Interred in the Respective Burying Places within the County of Chester Commencing
ye 3rd of ye 11th Month 1656.).
5. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck, Littleton,
CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
6. Debye@aol.com, 9-99. Her notes show source is George R. Heald, but not otherwise
documented..
7. Karen Gerlach, on-line (see notes section), She estimates 1575.
8. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck, Littleton,
CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
9. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
10. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
11. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck,
Littleton, CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
12. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
13. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
14. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
15. G.H. Heald letter from London to Dr. Pusey Heald (Approx 1911), from Heald files, Delaware
Historical Society, G.H. Heald's research is from original source material, per his letter.
16. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
17. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
18. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
19. Chester, England, records of Healds in Mobberley, Dr. Pusey Heald collection, Delaware
Hist. Society.
20. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck,
Littleton, CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
21. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
22. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
23. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England, Photocopied from
Delaware Historical Society files, Wilmington DE, 1999.
24. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
25. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
26. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck,
Littleton, CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
27. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
28. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection, She is buried in Mobberley, no date given.
29. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1037, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (RG6/1037=The Register Booke of Burialls for the People Called
Quakers & Interred in the Respective Burying Places within the County of Chester Commencing
ye 3rd of ye 11th Month 1656.).
30. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1603, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (Monthly Meeting Register for Cheshire containing burials from 1655
to 1742).
31. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
32. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
33. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck,
Littleton, CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
34. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
35. Debye@aol.com, 9-99. Her notes show source is George R. Heald, but not otherwise
documented..
36. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
37. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
38. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1037, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (RG6/1037=The Register Booke of Burialls for the People Called
Quakers & Interred in the Respective Burying Places within the County of Chester Commencing
ye 3rd of ye 11th Month 1656.).
39. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1603, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (Monthly Meeting Register for Cheshire containing burials from 1655
to 1742).
40. Beeson Family, FTM Internet Search 8-98,
www.geocities.com/heartland/prairie/1643/heald.ht.
41. Delaware Historical Society, files of Dr. Pusey Heald, collected over 50 years from original
sources, cousins, personal research..
42. Debye@aol.com, 9-99. Her notes show source is George R. Heald, but not otherwise
documented..
43. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck,
Littleton, CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
44. Beeson Family, FTM Internet Search 8-98,
www.geocities.com/heartland/prairie/1643/heald.ht.
45. Delaware Historical Society, files of Dr. Pusey Heald, collected over 50 years from original
sources, cousins, personal research..
46. Debye@aol.com, 9-99. Her notes show source is George R. Heald, but not otherwise
documented..
47. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck,
Littleton, CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
48. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams, p2.
49. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
50. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
51. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
52. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
53. Abstract of Wills and Administrations, Chester Co., PA, page 8, Will of Thomas Dunbabin,
town of Aston 11-10-1715.
54. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
55. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
56. Bloemker/McDonnell Whole Family Database on FTM Online 8-98.
57. Gilbert Cope letter to Dr. Pusey Heald dated 4-12-1906, From Delaware Historical Society.
58. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
59. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
60. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1037, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (RG6/1037=The Register Booke of Burialls for the People Called
Quakers & Interred in the Respective Burying Places within the County of Chester Commencing
ye 3rd of ye 11th Month 1656.).
61. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1603, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (Monthly Meeting Register for Cheshire containing burials from 1655
to 1742).
62. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
63. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
64. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
65. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
66. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
67. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
68. Beeson Family, FTM Internet Search 8-98,
www.geocities.com/heartland/prairie/1643/heald.ht.
69. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck,
Littleton, CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
70. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
71. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection, Joan, wife of Thomas, shown in records. Which Thomas?
72. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
73. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1603, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (Monthly Meeting Register for Cheshire containing burials from 1655
to 1742).
74. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
75. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1603, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (Monthly Meeting Register for Cheshire containing burials from 1655
to 1742).
76. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
77. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
78. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
79. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
80. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
81. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
82. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck,
Littleton, CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
83. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1603, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (Monthly Meeting Register for Cheshire containing burials from 1655
to 1742).
84. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
85. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
86. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
87. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
88. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
89. The Ancestors & Descendants of Samuel Heald 1830-1913, by Mary Heald Schreck,
Littleton, CO, from DE Hist. Society Library, Wilmington.
90. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1603, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (Monthly Meeting Register for Cheshire containing burials from 1655
to 1742).
91. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
92. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
93. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
94. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
95. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library, p 51.
96. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
97. Wills of Chester Co., 1713-1748, from Salisbury, NC, Public Library.
98. North Carolina State Library, Raleigh, NC, Index to Chester Co, PA Wills and Intestate
Records, 1713-1850.
99. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
100. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
101. The Heald Family Book, Southern Branch of Quaker Samuel Heald, Compiled by Mildred
Hodge, 1978 (Gadsen, Ala).
102. Delaware Historical Society, files of Dr. Pusey Heald, collected over 50 years from original
sources, cousins, personal research..
103. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
104. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library, 51.
105. Delaware Historical Society, files of Dr. Pusey Heald, collected over 50 years from original
sources, cousins, personal research..
106. Bloemker/McDonnell Whole Family Database on FTM Online 8-98, p49.
107. Debye@aol.com, 9-99. Her notes show source is George R. Heald, but not otherwise
documented..
108. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
109. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
110. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
111. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1037, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (RG6/1037=The Register Booke of Burialls for the People Called
Quakers & Interred in the Respective Burying Places within the County of Chester Commencing
ye 3rd of ye 11th Month 1656.).
112. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1603, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (Monthly Meeting Register for Cheshire containing burials from 1655
to 1742).
113. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection, Say died Dec 10, 1696.
114. On-site research by DH Palmer, dewey@lineone.net, RG6/1037, from Public Record Office,
Ruskin Road, Kew, London, (RG6/1037=The Register Booke of Burialls for the People Called
Quakers & Interred in the Respective Burying Places within the County of Chester Commencing
ye 3rd of ye 11th Month 1656.), Says he died Feb 10, 1696. Problem in dating conventions of the
time.
115. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
116. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
117. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
118. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
119. William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy, July 29, 2000.
120. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
121. Rich Langley - RSLangley@aol.com 8-98.
122. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
123. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
124. FTM Online, Ancestors of Cynthia Lee Miller, 8-98.
125. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
126. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
127. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
128. London Yearly Meeting (Devonshire House, Bishopsgate, E.C.) Society of Friends, records
as per Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
129. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
Hoyland, Friends Meeting House, 12 Bishopsgate St, London, England.
130. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams.
131. Deaths of Healds in England, Cheshire Mo. Meeting of Friends, 1667 to 1837, by Chas
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405. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
406. Genealogylibrary.com, Record of the Jackson Family.
407. Genealogylibrary.com, Record of the Jackson Family, P 132.
408. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
409. Genealogylibrary.com, Record of the Jackson Family.
410. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
411. Rich Langley - RSLangley@aol.com 8-98.
412. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
413. Wilmington Newspaper Obituary Notice, dated July 22, 1887. Copy in Williams Heald files.
414. Rich Langley - RSLangley@aol.com 8-98.
415. Newspaper obituary of Joshua Heald, pub. Wilmington, 7-22-1887..
416. Randolph Co Genealogical Journal, Abstract of "Settlement With Guardians",.
417. Randolph Co Library Hale file.
418. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P. 698.
419. Hale Family Notes.
420. See photocopied intro to the text by the publication editor, North Randolph Historical
Society, The Quarterly, Vol 2 No 2, June 1968, pages 45-50.
421. From Harlan's headstone in Back Creek Cemetery, Observed by Lyford Hale on visit to NC,
1998.
422. Back Creek MM, Randolph Co., NC, From Harlen's Headstone 9-23-98.
423. Back Creek Friends Cemetery Burial Records, p38.
424. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy Vol 1, P718, 1835, 5, 27. Sarah Hale (form
Henley) rpd mou.
425. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, page 716.
426. Randolph Co Library Hale file.
427. See photocopied intro to the text by the publication editor, North Randolph Historical
Society, The Quarterly, Vol 2 No 2, June 1968, pages 45-50.
428. Lyford Hale, From personal observation of her headstone in Back Creek Quaker Cemetery -
1998.
429. Back Creek MM, Randolph Co., NC, Hinshaw, Vol1, page 698.
430. See photocopied intro to the text by the publication editor, North Randolph Historical
Society, The Quarterly, Vol 2 No 2, June 1968, pages 45-50, Winter 70, Vol 4 No 4, page 156.
431. Back Creek MM, Randolph Co., NC, From Sarah's headstone 9-23-98.
432. Hale family sworn testimony to Dawes Commission, 1886, from National Archives, "Hale
1896, Case #2942.".
433. Hubert Sanders, Hubert Sanders Research, (From a letter to Aretha Hale).
434. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P725.
435. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P. 698.
436. Hubert Sanders, Hubert Sanders Research, (From a letter to Aretha Hale).
437. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P725.
438. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw.
439. Hubert Sanders, Hubert Sanders Research, (From a letter to Aretha Hale).
440. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P. 698.
441. NARA/Federal Records Center, Forth Worth TX, sworn testimony submitted to Dawes
Commission 1896.
442. Randolph Co Marriage Bonds, p33.
443. Hale Family Notes.
444. NC Marriage Index, Broaderbuns CD #4, Sec III, Ch 76, Randolph, NC.
445. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams, P 5.
446. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams, P5.
447. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw.
448. Ancestors and Descendants of Jacob and Martha Harvey Hale, by Kathryn Williams, P5.
449. North Randolph Historical Society, The Quarterly, Winter 1970, p156.
450. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P. 392.
451. Rich Langley - RSLangley@aol.com 8-98.
452. The Harlan "Green" book.
453. Rich Langley - RSLangley@aol.com 8-98.
454. Randolph Co Estate Records.
455. Hale Family Notes.
456. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P. 392.
457. Hinshaw, Vol I.
458. LBamburg@aol.com, 6-98.
459. ghines@shines.com; Ancestry.com, 6-17-98.
460. "A Hadley Genealogy," Vol II, pub by the Hadley Genealogical Soc. of So. Cal, 1974, pages
6 & 26, LBamburg@aol.com.
461. Hinshaw, Vol I.
462. "A Hadley Genealogy," Vol II, pub by the Hadley Genealogical Soc. of So. Cal, 1974, pages
6 & 26.
463. "A Hadley Genealogy," Vol II, pub by the Hadley Genealogical Soc. of So. Cal, 1974, page
25.
464. Hinshaw, Vol I.
465. "A Hadley Genealogy," Vol II, pub by the Hadley Genealogical Soc. of So. Cal, 1974, page
25.
466. Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 5, Ohio, by Hinshaw.
467. Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 5, Ohio, by Hinshaw, P 544a.
468. Back Creek Friends Cemetery Burial Records, p38.
469. North Randolph Historical Society, The Quarterly, Winter 1970, Vol 4, No 4, p156.
470. Back Creek Friends Cemetery Burial Records, p38.
471. NC Marriage Index, Broaderbuns CD #4, Sec III, Ch 76, Randolph, NC.
472. Back Creek Friends Cemetery Burial Records, p38.
473. Rich Langley - RSLangley@aol.com 8-98.
474. From Heald family records passed down to Cindy Grossholz, Grossholzr@Ten-
Nash.Ten.K12.Tn.US, 8-98.
475. Bi-Centennial of Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Salisbury, NC, public library.
476. From Heald family records passed down to Cindy Grossholz, Grossholzr@Ten-
Nash.Ten.K12.Tn.US, 8-98.
477. Sam Allen Hale Birth Certificate.
478. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P. 698.
479. Sam Allen Hale Birth Certificate.
480. Eunice Wildman Jorgenson, as received from Aretha Hale Wildman, Dau. of Edward Hale.
481. Sam Allen Hale Birth Certificate.
482. Eunice Wildman Jorgenson, as received from Aretha Hale Wildman, Dau. of Edward Hale.
483. Family Knowledge and Tradition..
484. Hale Family Notes.
485. Dimmit County, TX History.
486. Hale Family Notes.
487. Dimmit County, TX History.
488. Hale Family Notes.
489. Aretha Hale Wildman's daughter (William's sister), as related to her daughter Eunice, then
to Mildred H. in letter dated 1980.
490. Hale Family Notes.
491. The Memorial Service Printed Document.
492. Hale Family of San Antonio TX June 2003.
493. Birth Certificate of Samuel Hale.
494. Texas Department of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics Certificate of Birth.
495. Hale Family Notes.
496. Marriage Certificate.
497. Hale Family Notes.
498. U.S. Census 1930.
499. Hubert Sanders, Hubert Sanders Research, (From a letter to Aretha Hale).
500. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P. 698.
501. Hubert Sanders, Hubert Sanders Research, (From a letter to Aretha Hale).
502. Randolph Co Marriage Bonds, p33.
503. Hale Family Notes, and Hinshaw, Vol l, page 880.
504. Randolph Co Library Hale file.
505. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, p880.
506. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P. 698.
507. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw.
508. Randolph Co Library Hale file.
509. Hale Family Notes, and Hinshaw, Vol 1, page 880.
510. Hinshaw, Encyl of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, by Hinshaw, P 880.
511. Asheboro Public Library, Hale files, Randolph Co. NC, lineage of Nancy Murray Hale.
512. Hale Family Notes.
513. Obituary, Greensboro Patriot, Guilford Co, NC newspaper.
514. Hale Family Notes.
515. Randolph Co Library Hale file.
516. Hale Family Notes.
517. Cllinton Co OH Newspapers Death & Obituary Abstracts 1838-1867, SC Library, P19.
518. Cllinton Co OH Newspapers Death & Obituary Abstracts 1838-1867, SC Library, P39.
519. From Heald family records passed down to Cindy Grossholz, Grossholzr@Ten-
Nash.Ten.K12.Tn.US, 8-98.

								
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