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Samuel HerringAge: 68 years16821750

Name
Samuel Herring
Given names
Samuel
Surname
Herring
DeathJohnston Co. NC Will Book RS(?)
Citation details: 165
Text:
Also in Folio 30 Book H at NC Archives so it is quoted in some material from James Grimswood.
Quality of data: primary evidence
SourceTax List Johnson County 1750
Publication: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/johnston/taxlists/quitrent.txt
Text:
Samuel Herring, 217, ____ , April 13th 1744, 6 yrs, 2:12_
SourceRootsWeb
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Citation details: Notes for Samuel Herring
Text:
Notes for SAMUEL HERRING: Colonial Bertie County N.C. Deed Books A * H, 1720-1757 Book C p. 228 John Price to Anthony Dean, Jan 13, 1729 25 lbs for 200 acres at Islands of Rocquis river, adjoining Jas. Roberts. Wit. SAMUEL HERRING, Wm. Jones, Samuel Weston Province of North Carolina 1663-1729 Abstracts Of Land Patents. Bk. 3, pg. 124, # 2027 - Samuel Herring, 26 Mar, 1723 120 acres on the N. side of Rocquist Pocoson, joining James Williams and the broad branch that falls into the Rocquist. NOTE: Samuel patented this land on same date that his nephew John Herring Jr. patented 260 acres of adjoining land. ‎‎(see John Herring Jr. notes)‎‎ Bk. 3, pg. 212, # 2402 - Geo. Stephenson, 1 Feb. 1725, 332 acres on N. side of Moratock R. in Bertie Pct. joining Samuel Herring. Bk. 3, pg. 25, # 1640 - Samuel Heron ‎‎(sp)‎‎, 10 Aug. 1720, 270 acres Chowan Pct. back of Theophilus Williams on S, side of Cashie R. joining W. side of a swamp that makes into Rocquist, a branch and the said Williams. More About SAMUEL HERRING and ANN WILLIAMS: Marriage: Abt. 1704, Isle of Wight, VA Children of SAMUEL HERRING and ANN WILLIAMS are: i. ANTHONY5 HERRING, b. Abt. 1705, Isle of Wight, VA; d. March 1784, Wayne Co, NC; m. BRIDGET ________. Notes for ANTHONY HERRING: COLONIAL BERTIE COUNTY DEEDS, BOOKS A - H, 1720 1757 Book H pg 121 Anthony Herring of Johnson Co. NC to Joseph Mort Jr. of Edgecomb Co., Nov. 6, 1754, L18 for 270 acres on Rocquiss Swamp adjoining Theophilus Williams, wit. Bridget Herring, Sarah Herring. Note: This is land patented by Anthonys father Samuel on Aug. 10, 1720. Transaction is witnessed by Anthonys wife Bridget and Anthonys neice Sarah Herring, dau. of John Herring Jr. ii. BARTHENA HERRING, b. Abt. 1712, Isle of Wight, VA; d. Aft. 1751, Neuse River Valley, NC. iii. KESIAH HERRING, b. Abt. 1716, Chowan Precinct, NC; m. JOHN CONNERLY, 1738. More About JOHN CONNERLY and KESIAH HERRING: Marriage: 1738 iv. STEPHEN HERRING, b. Abt. 1717, Chowan Precinct, NC; d. October 1797, Duplin Co, NC; m. SARAH BRIGHT, Abt. 1740. More About STEPHEN HERRING and SARAH BRIGHT: Marriage: Abt. 1740 9. v. MICHAEL HERRING, b. Abt. 1722, Bertie Precinct, NC; d. 1805, Wayne Co, NC.
Quality of data: primary evidence
Birth about 1682 34 30
Birth of a brotherAbraham Herring
1684 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a brotherThomas Herring
about 1686 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a brotherJoseph Herring
about 1688 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a brotherEdward Herring
about 1693 (Age 11 years)
Birth of a brotherAnthony Herring
about 1697 (Age 15 years)
MarriageAnn WilliamsView this family
about 1700 (Age 18 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Anthony Herring
about 1705 (Age 23 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Barthena Herring
about 1712 (Age 30 years)
Death of a fatherAnthony Herring
1715 (Age 33 years)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Kesiah Herring
about 1716 (Age 34 years)
Birth of a son
#4
Stephen Herring
about 1717 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a brotherDaniel Herring
1726 (Age 44 years)
Marriage of a childJohn ConnerlyKesiah HerringView this family
1738 (Age 56 years)

Marriage of a childStephen HerringSarah BrightView this family
about 1740 (Age 58 years)

Death of a brotherAbraham Herring
1744 (Age 62 years)
Death of a brotherThomas Herring
about 1744 (Age 62 years)
Death about November 1750 (Age 68 years)
Citation details: 165
Text:
Also in Folio 30 Book H at NC Archives so it is quoted in some material from James Grimswood.
Quality of data: primary evidence
LDS baptism May 25, 1988 (237 years after death)

LDS temple: JRIVE - JORDAN RIVER UTAH

LDS endowment November 8, 1988 (238 years after death)

LDS temple: JRIVE - JORDAN RIVER UTAH

LDS child sealing November 10, 1988 (238 years after death)

LDS temple: JRIVE - JORDAN RIVER UTAH

LDS spouse sealingAnn WilliamsView this family
August 19, 1994 (243 years after death)

LDS temple: ARIZO - MESA ARIZONA

Last change August 11, 200701:00

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1677, Isle Of Wight, VA, USA
4 years
elder brother
3 years
himself
3 years
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
Thomas Herring
Birth: about 1686 38 34, Isle Of Wight, Virginia, USA
Death: about 1744, , North Carolina, USA
3 years
younger brother
Joseph Herring
Birth: about 1688 40 36, Isle Of Wight, Virginia, USA
Death: 1760, Chowan, North Carolina, USA
6 years
younger brother
34 years
younger brother
-28 years
younger brother
Anthony Herring
Birth: about 1697 49 45Lower Parish, Isle Of Wight, Virginia, USA
Death: about 1760, Johnston, North Carolina, USA
Family with Ann Williams - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: about 1700Isle Of Wight, Virginia, USA
6 years
son
8 years
daughter
Barthena Herring
Birth: about 1712 30 28Isle Of Wight, Virginia, USA
Death: 1751Neuse River Valley, North Carolina, USA
5 years
daughter
2 years
son
Stephen Herring
Birth: about 1717 35 33Chowan Precinct, North Carolina, USA
Death: October 1797, Duplin, North Carolina, USA

Shared note
IGI_VERIFICATION: 1993- (b. abt 1674) bap 26 Jul 1989 WASHI, end 19 Sep 1989 WASHI, sp 23 Mar 1990 WASHI F509686 p.7 #1553417. !DEATH DATE (place Lenoir Co., NC - Old Johnston Co., NC), temple years, b.1686: Ancestral File #2XK2-WN). NAME_VARIATION: HERON (Research):From Rootsweb (Rose Parks): Samuel is first found in records of his in laws when on 11 October 1716 John Williams, weaver gave his daughter Ann Herring 150 acres on Horse Sprint Branch with the provision in the deed which blocked the sale, lease or mortgage by her husband Samuel Herring. Albemarle Quit Rent Rolls of March 1719 show that Samuel paid 18 shilling, 9 pence tax on the 150 acres. He was listed in October of 1719 on a jury panel to have a road cleared in Bear Swamp and years later, in 1731, he was on a panel to have a road cleared in Wills Quarter Swamp where residents were told to assist Col. West in the repair to the mill pond to operate the saw and grist mills and to repair the road atop the mill pond dike. In 1724 Samuel paid taxes on 420 acres and in 1729-1732 on 900 acres. The 1719 records indicate that Samuel and brother John were freeholders in Albemarle County, residing between Salmon Creek and the Cashie River. About the middle of 1730's they begin the migration to new lands and Samuel got a grant on June 1739 on the south side of the Neuse River and south side of Bogue Marsh. Samuel had also put in for a 540 acre grant in Bertie (Albemarle) and it was granted the day before his grant in Craven/Dobbs. It is not known exactly when Samuel moved but he was still in Bertie and on a jury list 21 Feb.1740. The Council at New Bern granted him another 360 acres. In a deed of 1 May 1742 Samuel Herring of Craven sold to Nathan Meirs 300 acres in Bertie, another 100 acres sold to Charles King and on 1 Sept. 1745 Samuel sold his brother Anthony 350 acres in Craven Co. NC. Samuel witnessed many deeds and his mark was capital letters SH but the S was always turned backward. In 1720's it was firmly made but on his will in 1750 it was shakily scrawled,and mentioned in his will he was sick. Samuels estate began to be disposed of in December 1750. Anthony and Joseph swore they saw Samuel sign the will and Anthony took oath as executor. The will is filed in Johnston Co. NC May 1750, Book RS page 165 and in Craven Co. Book 51 page 165 (?) On June 11 1751 an inventory was made. The estate record was filed in June 1751 and may be found in Secretary of State files, Folio 30, Book H at NC Archives in Raleigh, NC Ann Williams Herring apparently survived her husband by several years as one Ann Herring is listed in Dobbs Co. Tax list of 1769 with some slaves. This same area that was Johnston in 1750 became Dobbs actually in 1758. Samuel's will of 1750 I give to son Anthony my gray horse, my son Stephen 2 young Negroes a boy Ceasar and girl Cate. I give daughter Barthena 1 Negro girl Ginny, son Michael a boy Cain and girl Fillis and the plantation whereon I now live, my wife to have her life time in it. I give the rest of my Negroes and household goods to be equally divided among all my children after my wife's decease, one gray mare excepted, she I give to son in law John Connerly. I appoint son Anthony sole executor. Signed by Anthony and Joseph Herring. The information above is from James Grimwood of Houston from his research and others compiled in books, Herring Highlights I, II, and III, the latest compiled and published in 1998. An Abstract of this is given in Early NC Settlers: Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. I page 232 This is probably the Samuel Herring listed on the 1717 Chowan Co. NC Tax List with 150 acres and 1 person.