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John Daniel Vanderford (2006)

Father: John Vanderford (1014)
Mother: Minta Vanderford


b. 1755-1765 in Queen Annes County, Maryland [census-NC]

d.c. 1820 in Chatham County, North Carolina [census-NC]

m.

Issue: [CC probate]

Albert (3025), b. 1774-1784

Minta

m. Thomas Cavendish

Hannah, b. 1774-1784 [census-NC]

m. William R. Craven

Mary, b. 1784-1790 [census-NC]

m. Tinsley Craven

Elizabeth, b. 1790-1800 [census-NC]

m. Balain Craven

John, b. 1790-1800 [census-NC]

m2. Elizabeth [census-NC], bc. 1780, d.c. 1854 [CC probate]

Issue: [CC probate]

Parks (3031), b. 1810

William B. (3032), b. 1808, d. bef 1900

Anderson (3033), b. 1814, d. 1856-70

Atlas, b. 1815-1820 [census-NC]

Information:

January 25, 1798:
John received a state land grant for 100 acres on Cedar Creek in Chatham County, North Carolina. The 'rent' was 50 shillings. [CC deed L:149]

1800:
John lived in Chatham County, North Carolina with two sons and three daughters. (Since no wife is listed she may have recently died.) [census-NC]

1810:
John lived in Chatham County, North Carolina with his son Albert and his new wife Elizabeth and her 7 small children. [census-NC]

April 7, 1811:
John bought for $60 another 120 acres on Cedar Creek adjoining his existing property. [CC deed S:204]

August 7, 1813:
John received his 37 1/2 acre inheritance (Lot No. 7 worth $83.33) on Cedar Creek. [CC probate]

December 29, 1815:
John bought for $84.37 his brother, William's 37 1/2 acre inheritance (Lot No. 6). [CC deed Z:71]

January 14, 1816, recorded February 1821:
John sold his 37 1/2 acre inheritance (Lot No. 7) to Robert Barker for $84.37. [CC deed X:211-213]

1820:
John had recently died. His second wife Elizabeth was living in Chatham County, North Carolina with their 3 sons, daughter, her 5 children, two females between 26 and 45 and five slaves. [census-NC]

1830:
John's widow Elizabeth was living in Chatham County, North Carolina. The household consisted of William B., Anderson, Atlas, and a woman between 30 and 40. [census-NC]

1840:
John's widow Elizabeth was living in Chatham County, North Carolina. The household consisted of 6 males between 20 and 50 (all in agriculture) and 5 women between 20 and 60. [census-NC]

November 9, 1847:
Administration bond for Elizabeth Vanderford was posted by Bryant Martindale for $200 pounds. (This is the only document in the file.) [CC probate]

February 1854:
John's estate of 300 acres on Cedar Creek was divided among his 10 surviving children after his wife's death. [CC probate]


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