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Hollingsworth Vanderford/Vandever (236)

Father: George Vanderford (107)
Mother: Eleanor (Hollingsworth?)


b. 1730 in Queen Annes County, Maryland [Holcomb,1977]

d. March 17, 1820 in Anderson County, South Carolina [Holcomb,1977]

m. Noriah [KC deed P:200]

Issue: [AC will 2:19]

Matthew (1038), b. Mar. 8, 1752, d.after March 1855

Ellinor

George (1040), b.before 1755

m. Marye Jones

Issue: [census-SC]

Jonathan, b.before 1775

Keriah

Hollingsworth (1043), b. 1774-1784

Polly

Betsy, b. 1784-1790

Thomas, b. 1790-1800

Information:

1752-56 and 1760-64:
Hollingsworth appeared on the Tax List for Murderkill Hundred in Kent County, Delaware. [KC tax]

May 29, 1760:
Hollingsworth sold his 45+ acre share of his father's estate "Great Geneva" to his brother Matthew for 60 pounds. [KC deed P:200]

August 13, 1760 (recorded September 3, 1760):
Hollingsworth bought from Benjamin Jones 175 acres known as Owens Folly in Murderkill Hundred for 20 pounds. [KC deed Q:5]

June 22, 1763 (recorded February 16, 1764):
Hollingsworth sold Owens Folly for 25 pounds to a Dover merchant. (Hollingsworth was still using the name Vanderford.) [KC deed Q:219]

1778:
Hollingsworth appeared on the Rowan County, North Carolina tax list in Capt. Calldwells District. His tax assessment was 143 pounds, 9 shillings. [Linn,1980]

1792:
Hollingsworth moved to the Pendleton District of South Carolina. [Holcomb,1977]

Prior to 1800:
Hollingsworth sold 300 acres in Rowan County, North Carolina to Thomas Bean. [Linn,1980]

1800:
Hollingsworth lived in the Pendleton District of Anderson County, South Carolina with his wife and youngest son and daughter. [census-SC]

October 15, 1800:
Hollingsworth witnessed a deed on 23 Mile Creek. [Willie,1982]

March 2, 1801:
Hollingsworth received a land grant from South Carolina of 170 acres on 23 Mile Creek on the Savannah River. [Willie,1982]

December 23, 1802 recorded January 8, 1803:
Hollingsworth sold for $100 the 170 acres on 23 Mile Creek. [Willie,1982]

1810:
Hollingsworth lived in the Pendleton District of Anderson County, South Carolina with his wife and youngest son. [census-SC]

December 16, 1816:
Hollingsworth, in his will, gave to each of his children 25 cents to be paid one year after his death and all the rest was to go to his wife Marye. (His will was neither probated nor recorded.) [AC will 2:19]


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