Capt. Isaac Lowrance’s Company, 1821

 

Kathy Gunter Sullivan, Volunteer Transcriber, 11 August 2007

Lincoln County Tax Lists; Box no. CR.060.701.4, North Carolina State Archives

Transcription of 1817-1840 Lincoln County Tax Records is made possible by Alta Mitchem Durden.

 

Persons Names

Quantity of Land

Value of Land

W. P.

B. P.

John Arney

627

1000

1

 

Henry Andrews

 

 

1

 

John Cloninger

220

500

1

 

Leonard Cline

 

 

1

 

Nicholas Carpenter

 

 

1

 

John Duglice

100

100

 

 

John Dealasnider

 

 

1

 

Jacob Delinger

Ditto for David Setser

140

300

1

1

 

Jacob Daunsil

100

150

1

 

Jacob Deal

 

 

1

 

John Deal 2 tracks

302

600

1

 

William Deal (cooper)

510

900

 

 

Hugh Frazier

219

400

1

 

Andrew Fulbright

Ditto for his Fathers Estate

299

614

608

614

1

 

John Fulbright

87

174

1

 

Jacob Fulbright (Will)

 

 

1

 

Wm Fulbright, Junr

 

 

1

 

Wm Fulbright, BS

16

32

1

 

John Gant, Senr

204

612

 

 

Jesse Gant 2 tracks

150

400

1

 

Avery Gant

 

 

1

 

Jacob Garlin

100

200

 

 

Federick Hoke, Junr

200

400

1

 

William Hunsecker 2 tracks

650

1950

1

2

Henrey Hewit 2 tracks

409

750

1

 

William Hainen

180

600

 

 

Joseph Hufman

100

150

 

 

Daniel Hoke Capt.

144

974

1

 

Peter Hoke, Coln

190

380

1

 

Federick Hoke, Esqr. in 16 tracks, 1 Store

1571 ¾

2885.99

 

 

Hiram Harbason

376

900

1

 

Joseph Isenhower for his brother Soloman

160

211

 

 

Michael Kibler

220

850

1

 

Isaac Lourance, Capt.

 

 

1

 

Lewis Little

178

400

 

 

William Lemons

164

350

1

 

Alexr Laurance 3 tracks

231 ¼

462 ½

 

1

Daniel Lourance

170

340

 

 

Isaac Lourance, T, 2 tracts

486 ½

973

 

3

Jacob Longerary

331

500

1

 

Isaac Lourance, Senr

180

700

 

 

Elisha P. Lourance

 

 

1

 

Abraham Lourance

149

300

 

 

Joseph Lourance

263

500

1

 

Henry Mingas

240

300

1

1

Joel Mathews

20

60

1

 

Ephrahan Perkens

618

2500

 

10

Eli Perkins 4 tracks

1935

6400

1

8

Jacob Plunck, Docter

200

500

1

 

John Rees

 

 

1

 

Jacob Rees

138

414

1

 

Catharine Robason. W[idow]

 

 

 

2

Jacob Rosamon

113

350

1

 

Isaac Robason

135

270

 

 

James Robason

Ditto for Jesse Robasens Estate

Ditto for Joseph Robason

295

220

150

400

275

150

1

 

 

1

Peter Rees, Senr, 2 tracks

275

750

 

 

Christian Sumit

250

300

1

 

Eli Sherrill

 

 

1

 

Joseph Sherrill

400

1000

 

7

Barnet Sigman, BS.

167

200

1

 

Jacob Sipe

85

400

1

 

David Sherill

100

200

 

4

George Sigman, Senr

Ditto for Christopher Sigman

Ditto for John Sigman

380

100

500

100

1

1

1

1

John Sigman, R.

107

325

1

 

Ephraham Sherill

Ditto for his Mother

 

360

 

1060

1

 

2

Benjamin Sherill

553

1000

 

1

Benjamin Stacy

 

 

1

 

John Stine, WM.

364

1000

 

 

Mason Sherill

260

260

1

 

Enos Sherell 5 tracks

464

1425

2

2

Zacariah Stacy, Esqr., 2 tracts

387

800

1

 

John Sumet

130

400

1

 

Alfred Sherill

 

 

1

 

Peter Trefelsted

Ditto for his Son Daniel

100

200

 

1

 

Jacob Wike, Junr

300

400

1

 

Thomas Wetherspons

311 ½

501

 

 

James Wilson

90

180

1

2

John Wilson

110

160

1

 

Daniel Woodring J.

 

 

1

 

Elisha Wetherspoons   one stud @ $3

 

 

1

 

Mathew Wilson

153

300

1

1

John Wike

125

300

1

 

Joseph Wilson 2 tracks

172

596

1

1

Andrew Wilson

325

650

1

1

Daniel Woodring, Capt.

Ditto for his Son Jacob

Ditto for his Son Henrey

532

1064

 

1

1

 

Joseph Yount

 

 

1

 

George Younts, Junr

160

300

1

 

John Yount

 

 

1

 

Andrew Yount 2 tracts

417

714

 

 

Abraham Yount, Sen

200

400

 

 

George Yount, Senr

183

600

 

 

William Dugles

152

350

1

 

Christopher Decker

199

200

 

 

 

Capt Lorances 1821

Calculated

Copied

duplicate made out

Freeholders taken off

 

to Capt. McBee Lincoln CCC [Clerk of County Court]


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