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DATE LOCATION EVENT SOURCE 
1663 King Charles II grants Carolina Charter to eight Lords Proprietor  
1669 Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina Crown Colony divide it into counties  Stauffer (1994: 1)
1682 First three Carolina counties are formed: Berkeley (SC), Colleton (SC), and Craven (NC+SC). Stauffer (1994: 1)
1696 Bath County formed from "territory south of Albemarle River."  
1705 Archdale Precinct formed from Bath County.  
7 Dec 1710 Carolina Crown Colony divided into NC and SC, but boundary survey not completed until 1815.
NC contains seven precincts, one of which is Archdale [western Archdale Pct. is uninhabited by Europeans].
Corbitt (1950: xvii)
ca 1712 In NC, name of Archdale Pct. is changed to Craven Pct. [western Craven Pct. is uninhabited by Europeans].
(This Craven Precinct in North Caronlina is not the same as the Craven County of South Carolina.)
Corbitt (1950: 74)
1729 In NC, New Hanover Pct. is formed from southern Craven [western New Hanover uninhabited by Europeans]. Corbitt (1950: 159)
1734 In NC, Bladen Pct. is formed from western New Hanover Pct.  [western Bladen Pct. uninhabited by Europeans]. Corbitt (1950: 27)
1739 North Carolina's Precincts are changed to Counties. Corbitt (1950: xvii)
1750 In NC, Anson Co. is formed from western Bladen Co. [western Anson Co. is uninhabited by Europeans].
Due to unsurveyed boundary between NC and SC, Anson Co. extends well into SC.
Corbitt (1950: 8)
ca. 1750 Philadelphia to South Carolina Joseph DAVIS moves w/brother, Evan DAVIS, Jr. Barb (1971: 501)
1753 In NC, Rowan Co. is formed from northern Anson Co.  However, the boundary between Rowan, Mecklenberg, and Tryon was not authorized for survey until 1770,
so it wasn't until some time after 1770 that people were necessarily accurate with regard to their location.
Corbitt (1950: 185)
10 Jul 1754 South Carolina Joseph DAVIS marries Mary WHITE Sarrett (undated)
14 Feb 1756 NC/SC: Anson Co. Nathaniel CLARK and Ichabod CLARK on Muster Roll of Capt. Adam Alexander's Company (Capt. Alexander said to live in Waxhaw settlement, not far from Camp Creek, SC)  
ca. 1758 SC Henry CLARK marries Sarah JONES  
29 Aug 1758 SC: Craven [>Lancaster] Co.: Camp Creek Henry CLARK is granted 100 acres SC Royal Land Grants, Craven Co., SC
SC: Craven [>Lancaster] Co.: Camp Creek Ryderus CLARK is granted 100 acres SC Royal Land Grants, Craven Co., SC
2 Mar 1759 SC: Craven [>Lancaster] Co.: Camp Creek Ephraim CLARK is granted 100 acres SC Royal Land Grants, Craven Co., SC
ca. 1759 SC: Craven [>Lancaster] Co.: Camp Creek Benjamin L. CLARK is born (s/o Henry CLARK & Sarah JONES)  
Oct 1759 -
Jan 1760
Henry CLARK and Rideruss CLARK serve in the Cherokee Expedition under Col. Richard RICHARDSON (of Camden Dist., Craven Co., SC) Muster and Payroll of Cherokee Expedition, SC Historical Commission
1761 Cherokee War ends; Bounty Act of 1761 offers free land for ten years  
1761 NC: Rowan [possibly Mecklenberg] Co. John HANNAH in state census Broderbund (1995: CD310)
1762 In NC, Mecklenburg Co. is formed from western Anson Co. [western extent uninhabited by Europeans]
Due to unsurveyed boundary between NC and SC, Mecklenburg Co. extends well into SC.
Corbitt (1950: 147)
1762 SC: Craven [>Lancaster] Co.: Lower Camp Creek Ephraim CLARK is granted 100 acres (Myra Davis Dipple)
SC: Craven [>Lancaster] Co.: Lower Camp Creek Ichabod CLARK is granted 100 acres (Myra Davis Dipple)
SC: Craven [>Lancaster] Co.: Lower Camp Creek Henry CLARK is granted 100 acres (Myra Davis Dipple)
SC: Craven [>Lancaster] Co.: Camp Creek Susannah CLARK is born (d/o Henry CLARK & Sarah JONES)  
5 Oct 1762 Broad River, SC, to Philadelphia, PA (and back, presumably) Joseph DAVIS "of Broad River, in the Colony of South Carolina," signs indenture in Philadelphia selling his share of his father's estate to his brother, William Barb (1971: 502)
ca. 1764 She is said to have been born in Rutherford Co., NC, which did not exist at the time; she was more likely born in either Lancaster Co. or Cherokee Co., SC. (Mary) Ann CLARK is born (d/o Henry CLARK & Sarah JONES)  
21 Feb 1766 NC: Mecklenburg Co. [>SC: Cherokee Co.]: W side of Broad R. at Love's Corner Henry CLARK is granted 180 acres; Nathaniel CLARK is chain bearer File #2219, Grant 374, Book 23, Page 151
24 Feb 1766 NC: Mecklenburg Co. [>SC: Cherokee Co.]: W side of Broad R., joining the mouth of Thicketty Ck. Ichabod CLARK is granted 200 acres; Nathaniel CLARK is chain bearer File #1516, Grant 469, Book 18, Page 340
12 Feb 1767 NC: Mecklenburg Co. [>SC: Cherokee Co.]: S side of Broad R., touching on Henry Clark's line, Ichabod Clark's line, and Love's Corner  Reydias CLARK is granted 200 acres; Henry CLARK is chain bearer File #2379, Grant 139, Book 23, Page 209
1 Aug 1767 NC: Mecklenburg [possibly Rowan] Co. Will of John HANNAH; wife, Mary CLARK, brother-in-law, Henry CORK (sic), executor; witnesses Wm. McKOWN, Ichabod CLARK?, George McKOWN Holcomb (1977: 127) citing Tryon County Wills
3 Aug 1767 NC: Tryon Co. [>NC: Cleveland or >SC: York Co.]: land on both sides Bullocks Ck. Henry CLARK witnesses land sale Holcomb (1977: 20) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, pp. 272-273
ca. 1767 NC?: ?>Rutherford Co.? birth of Francis WHITESIDE (s/o William WHITESIDE & Elizabeth STOCKTON)  
1768 NC: Rowan [possibly Mecklenburg] Co. John HANNAH in state census Broderbund (1995: CD310)
1768 Tryon Co. is formed from western Mecklenburg Co.
In, NC, Tryon Co. includes all of today's Cleveland, Gaston, and Lincoln Cos.; most of Rutherford and Polk Cos.; and parts of Burke and McDowell Cos.
In SC, Tryon Co. includes all of today's Cherokee, Spartanburg, York, Chester, and Union Cos.; most of Laurens Co.; and parts of Greenville, Newberry, and Lancaster Cos.
Corbitt (1950: 205)
Holcomb (1977: map)
28 Apr 1768 NC/SC: Tryon Co.: on the head of Nowlens branch Joseph DAVIS granted 400 acres deduced from the following...
NC/SC: Tryon Co.: on the head of Nowlens branch On 20 Jan 1779, George LAMKIN sold 100 acres to George LAMKIN, Jr., part of original 400-acre grant to Joseph DAVIES on 28 Apr 1768 Holcomb (1977: 97) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 2, p. 491.
NC: Tryon [>Gaston/Lincoln] Co.: on branches of S fork Catawba On 21 Jul 1779, John MOORE sold 400 acres to George LAMKIN, where Joseph DAVIS late lived, granted to DAVIES on 28 Apr 1768 Holcomb (1997: 97) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 2, p. 492
NC: adj. sd. LAMKIN In 1779, George LAMKIN sold 100 acres to Wm. SMITH, Jr., part of a grant of 400 acres to Joseph DAVIS conveyed to MOORE, then to sd. LAMKIN Holcomb (1977: 98) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 2, pp. 504-505
NC/SC: Tryon Co.: on head of Nowlins branch On 24 Mar 1784, George LAMKIN sold 100 acres to Wm. TILLMAN, part of original 400 acre grant to Joseph DAVIES on 28 Apr 1768 Holcomb (1977: 111) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 2, pp. 659-660
NC: Tryon [>Mecklenberg] Co.: on a branch of Long Creek adj. Stephen SENTER, DAVIS, Tan Trough branch On 6 Apr 1785, George LAMKIN sold 200 acres to Richard VENDIKE, granted to Joseph DAVIS on 28 Apr 1768 Holcomb (1977: 118) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 2, pp. 745-746
29 Aug 1768 NC/SC: Tryon Co.: on both sides of Rudisals Creek William WYATT is granted 100 acres  
5 Dec 1768 NC: Tryon Co. Court Henry CLARK appointed Justice of the Peace of the newly formed county Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Tryon Co., NC
NC: Tryon Co. Court Nathaniel CLARK granted license to keep ordinary Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Tryon Co., NC
ca. 1768 NC: Tryon Co. Sarah CLARK is born (d/o Henry CLARK & Sarah JONES)  
1769 NC: Tryon Co. Court Rideras CLARK and Nathaniel CLARK have jury duty Court Minutes, Tryon Co., NC
  In SC, Camden Dist. formed from portions of Craven and Berkeley Cos. and Ninety-Six Dist. formed from portions of Colleton and Granville Cos. Proctor (1998)
Feb 1769 NC: Tryon Co. [>SC: Cherokee Co.]: E side Broad River, on N side Bullocks Creek  Nathanial CLARK witnesses sale of land Holcomb (1977: 6) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, p. 74
6 May 1769 NC: Tryon [>Gaston] Co.: on both sides Dutchmans Creek known by the name of DAVIS mill place Joseph DAVIS [Sr.] is granted ? acres Holcomb (1977: 47) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, pp. 648-649
  NC: Tryon [>Gaston] Co.: on both sides Dutchmans Creek, known by the name of Davis's Mill place on 3 Dec 1773, William ALSTON sells land to Thomas HUNT, part of a tract granted to Joseph DAVIES (decd); Witnesses James HANKS, Abraham DUNAWAY, and Simon KUYKENDALL Holcomb (1977: 72) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 2, p. 153
25 Jul 1769 NC: Tryon [>Rutherford] Co.: on both sides Catheys Creek of 2nd Broad River John JOHNSTON witnesses sale of land Holcomb (1977: 6) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, p. 75-77
23 Aug 1769 NC/SC: Tryon Co.: on both sides of Rudisals Creek, adj. Rudisals line William WYATT of Tryon Co. sells 100 acres of 29 Aug 1768 grant Holcomb (1977: 12) citying Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, p. 154
Oct 1769 NC: Tryon Co. Court Henry CLARK exec./adm. of John Kannon's will Holcomb (1977: 124) citing lists of probate in the Secretary of State's papers, NC Archives, S.S. 884
25 Oct 1769 NC/SC: Tryon Co.: on Wm Robins Ck., on side of North Fork of Broad River William ADAMS of Tryon co. sells land to Philip HENSON of same; witness Henry CLARK Holcomb (1977:16) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, pp. 211-212
Apr 1770 NC: Tryon Co. Henry CLARK appointed Captain of Provincial Militia Court Minutes, Tryon Co., NC
5 Jun 1770 NC: Tryon Co. [>SC: Cherokee Co.]: S side of Thicketty Creek Henry CLARK is granted 83 acres, adjoining that of Stephen JONES & Zacharia BULLOCK File #711, Grant 420, Book 22, p. 307
5 Jul 1770 NC: Tryon Co.: [>SC: Cherokee Co.]: westward half of land grant [on Thicketty Creek] Stephen JONES of Tryon Co. to half-brother, John JOHNSTON, of same, 150 acres of his 300-acre land grant adj. Zachariah BULLOCK & Andrew JONES; James FORSYTH and Andrew JONES witnesses Holbolmb (1977: 18) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, pp. 232-233
NC: Tryon Co.: [>SC: Cherokee Co.]: [eastward half of] land grant on Thicketty Creek Stephen JONES of Tryon Co. to son Andrew JONES, 150 acres of his 300-acre land grant grant adj. John NICHOLS; James FORSYTH and Andrew JONES witnesses  
1770 NC: Tryon Co. [>SC: Cherokee Co.]: Broad River Isaac CLARK is born
(s/o Henry CLARK & Sarah JONES)
 
23 Jan 1771 NC: Tryon Co. [>SC: York Co.]: land on E side Broad River, on Bullocks Creek on Lows? [Love's] Branch John WADE of Tryon Co. sells 300 acres;
Henry CLARK & Nathl. CLARK are witnesses
Holcomb (1977: 35) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, pp. 475-476
9 Feb 1771 NC: Tryon [>Gaston] Co.: on W side Dutchmans Creek, on the road leading from Tuckaseegee to a drain falling into Beaverdam Creek by Simon KUYKENDALL's Joseph DAVIS, Jr., of Tryon Co., sells 93½ acres to Nathan DAVIS of Tryon Co.; witnesses George LAMKIN and William MASSEY Holcomb (1977: 49) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, pp. 671-672
10 Jul 1771 SC: Craven [>Cherokee] Co.: on Thicketty Creek Stephen JONES and wife Martha of Craven County sell 150 acres on Thicketty Creek, bounded on all sides by vacant land, to Henry CLARK of Tryon County, part of 300 acres granted to Stephen JONES on 25 Sep 1766; witnesses Ichabod CLARK, Andrew JONES, Henry KERR. South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol. IV
22 Nov 1771 NC/SC: Tryon [>Cherokee] Co.: E side of Broad River CLARK:  Nathaniel granted 300 acres Holcomb (1986: 159-161)
30 Jun 1772 SC: Craven [>Cherokee] Co.: on Thicketty Creek CLARK: Henry sells 150 acres of land originally purchased from Stephen JONES and "whereon the said Clarke now lives." Holcomb (1993: 211) citing Charleston Co. Court House Deed Book V-4, pp. 390-392.
10 Jul 1772 NC/SC: Tryon Co.    
3 Oct 1772 NC: Tryon [>Gaston] Co.: both sides Dutchmans Creek known by the name of DAVIS mill place Joseph DAVIS, Jr., of Tryon Co., sells 93 acres (part of land originally granted to Jos. DAVIS [Sr.], who is now deceased) to Wm. ALSTON; witnesses: George LAMKIN, John ROSS, Nathan DAVIS Holcomb (1977: 47) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, pp. 648-649
19 Nov 1772 SC: Charleston Christiana DAVIS makes a bequest in her will to her "Brother in Law Joseph Davis of Charles Town in South Carolina..." Barb (1971:500)
1772 The boundary between NC and SC in Tryon Co. is surveyed. Tryon Co. now includes only its NC counties. http://www.shelby.net/jr/robertsn/tryon72.gif from a map by Elmer Oris Parker
6 Mar 1773 NC: Tryon [>Gaston/Lincoln] Co.: land on the Indian path about two miles from Jacob KUYKENDALL, on Leepers Creek [appears to be alternate name or tributary of Dutchman's Creek] Samuel KUYKENDALL of Tryon Co. sells 314 acres; witnesses Nathan DAVIS and Jonathan KUYKENDALL Holcomb (1977: 58) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 1, pp. 780-781
1773 NC: Tryon Co. [>SC: Union (>Cherokee?) Co.]: Broad River birth of Mary CLARK (d/o Henry CLARK & Sarah JONES)  
1 Sep 1773 NC: Tryon Co. [>SC: Union (>Cherokee?) Co.]: 
W side of Broad River at Love's Corner (180 acres)
Henry & Sarah CLARK sell property Union Co., SC, Deed Book A, p. 55
1775 NC [>TN: Sullivan Co.]: Kendricks Creek Plantation birth of John C. CLARK (s/o Henry CLARK & Sarah JONES)  
NC [>TN: Sullivan Co.]: Kendricks Creek Nathaniel CLARK & Ichabod CLARK landowners  
14 Aug 1775 Tryon Declaration of Independence Signer: William WHITESIDE  
1776 Revolutionary War begins  
NC [>TN]: Holston River Valley Capt. Henry CLARK, Lt. Benjamin CLARK, and Lt. John WHEELER participate in the Battle of Long Island Flats against Cherokee led by Dragging Canoe Wheeler (1832)
NC [>TN]: Double Springs Henry CLARK, Benjamin CLARK, and John WHEELER et al. destroy Indian town Wheeler (1832)
Draper Manuscripts 4QQ74, 8ZZ72
Cherokees cede western lands.  
In NC (now TN), Washington District is formed. Corbitt (1981: 215)
NC [>TN]: Washington District Henry CLARK named one of 21 Justices of the Peace of the newly created district. Colonial Records of NC XXIII, p. 995
1777 In NC (now TN), Washington Co. is formed from Washington Dist. Corbitt (1981: 216)
1778 NC [>TN]: Washington [Sullivan] Co. Henry CLARK pays taxes on 904 acres w/improvments, slaves, horses, and cattle.  
May 1778 NC: Washington Co. [>TN:Sullivan Co.]: Holston R. Court orders road built from Gocher's Ford directly to Henry CLARK's place, then beyond. Washington Co. Court Order Book A
14 Oct 1778 NC: Tryon [>Gaston] Co.: W side of Dutchmans Creek, about a mile from the mouth, on road leading form Tuckasiege ford to a dreen (sic) falling into Beaver Dam Creek by Sarah KUYKENDALL Nathan DAVIS, of Tryon Co., sells 93½ acres (land originally granted to Joseph DAVIS, the Elder, 6 Oct 1796) Holcomb (1977: 96) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, pp. 477-478
19 Nov 1778 NC: Lincoln? Co.: Rudesels Creek Edward WYATTof Tryon Co. sells 100 acres originally granted to William WYATT 29 Aug 1778  
Mar-May 1779 NC [>TN]: Holston & Tennessee Rivers Capt. Henry CLARK, Lt. Benjamin CLARK, Nathaniel CLARK, Ichabod CLARK, participate in Chickamaugas campaign under Col. Evan Shelby NC State Archives, Rev. Army Accounts, Vol. VIII
Wheeler (1832)
21 July 1779 NC: Tryon [> Gaston] Co.: on branches of S fork Catawba, granted to DAVIES 28 Apr 1768 John Moore buys land "where JOSEPH DAVIS late lived"  
1779 In NC, Rutherford and Lincoln Cos. are formed from Tryon Co.; Tryon Co. is abolished.  
18 Oct 1779 NC [>TN]: Washington District Henry CLARK takes his seat in the North Carolina House of Commons at Halifax Minutes of the General Assembly, NC State Records, Vol. 13, pp. 914 and 999
20 Oct 1779 In NC [>TN], Sullivan Co., is officially formed from Washington Co. Corbitt (1950: 197)
19 Nov 1779 NC Henry CLARK receives commission as Lt. Col. from Gov. Caswell Taylor (1909: 91)
  NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: Kendricks Creek Plantation Henry CLARK, Jr., is born (s/o Henry CLARK & Sarah JONES)  
15 Dec 1779 NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: Kendricks Creek Plantation John WHEELER & Susanna CLARK marry  
7 Feb 1780      
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.    
1780 NC [>TN]: Washington District Henry CLARK again takes his seat in the North Carolina House of Commons  
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co. Henry CLARK, Justice of the Peace Taylor (1909: 91)

Preston (1926:37)

NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co. Nathan CLARK appointed Sheriff
TN?: Hiwasee Town Col. Henry CLARK raised regiment to subdue Indians; Capt. Benjamin CLARK commanded a company with John WHEELER as Lieutenant Wheeler (1832)
7 Sep 1781 NC: Rutherford Co.: W Fork of Knob Creek Henry CLARK of Washington Co. [TN] buys 260 acres; Benjamin CLARK is witness Holcomb (1977: 137-138) citing Rutherford Co., NC, Deed Book A#1, pp. 70-71
17 Sep 1781 NC: Rutherford Co.: Nobb Creek at Cherocee path Henry CLARK of Washington Co. [TN] buys 240 acres; Benjamin CLARK is witness Holcomb (1977: 138) citing Rutherford Co., NC, Deed Book A#1, pp. 78-79
Nov 1781 - Jan 1782 Cross Creek > Santee Swamps Col. Henry CLARK commands regiment to subdue Tories; then joined Gen. Marion down to Santee Wheeler (1832)
ca. 1782 NC: Rutherford Co. marriage of Benjamin CLARK & Patience DILLINGHAM (d/o Vachel & Ann DILLINGHAM) Haile (1979)
NC: Rutherford Co. marriage of (Mary) Ann CLARK & Francis WHITESIDE "of Rutherford Co., NC" Family Group Sheet dated 1934, on file with LDS
5 July 1782 NC: Mecklenburg Co.: Sugar Creek Joseph DAVIS buys 100 acres;   
5 Sep 1782 NC: Rutherford Co.: Knobb Creek John WHEALER of Rutherford Co. buys 105 acres; Henry CLARK is witness Holcomb (1977: 139) citing Rutherford Co., NC, Deed Book A#1, p. 90
1782 NC [>TN] Washington Co.: including Aaron Burlesons old Improvement Charles HAYS is granted 400 acres Burgner (1981: 2), No. 29
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on Lick Creek below Benjamin Pyburns Nathaniel DAVIS is granted 199 acres Burgner (1981: 2), No. 34
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: joining John Stewart's land in Jarrot's Branch James WHEELER is granted 97 acres Burgner (1981: 2), No. 35
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the Clear Fork of Horse Creek James WHEELER is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 6), No. 119
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the waters of Great Limestone Abram KUYKENDALE is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 7), No. 148
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the water of Great Limestone southside Carrucks Creek Abram KUYKENDALE is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 7), No. 155
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the Clear Fork of Horse Creek James WHEALER is granted 99 acres Burgner (1981: 7), No. 156
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the waters of Great Limestone Creek John KUYKENDALE is granted 150 acres Burgner (1981: 9), No. 215
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the waters of Great Limestone Creek Abram KUYKENDALE is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 9), No. 216
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on both sides Lick Creek, the mouth of Racoon Branch Charles HAYES is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 14), No. 358
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: on the south side of Holston River Stephen RENTFRO is granted 70 acres Burgner (1981: 37), No. 991
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: on Fall Creek joining his own lines Thomas RAMSEY is granted 500 acres Burgner (1981: 39), No. 1030
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: on the north fork of Rentfroes Creek Josiah RAMSEY is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 40), No. 1063 
NC [TN]: Sullivan Co.: on the waters of Fall Creek N side of the Holston Edmund DAVIS is granted 160 acres Burgner (1981: 41), No. 1084
15 Mar 1783 NC: Lincoln? Co.: on both sides of Rudisells Creek, adj. RUDISELL Henry CLARK of Rutherford Co. buys land, grant of Wm. WYATT 29 Aug 1768; witnesses Ephraim CLARK and Jesse CLARK Holcomb (1977: 119) citing Tryon-Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds Vol. 2, p. 753-754
3 Sep 1783 Treaty of Paris, ending Revolutionary War, is signed. Encyclopedia Britannica CD
29 Oct 1783 NC: Rutherford Co.: Knobb Creek John WHEELER of Rutherford Co. sells 105 acres; witness Nath CLARK  Holcomb (1977: 153) citing Rutherford Co., NC, Deed Book C, pp. 275-276
1783 NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the head of the east branch of Lick Crick Nathan DAVIS is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 3), No. 68
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on a branch of Horse Creek including the Turnip Patch Improvement Vauch [prob. Vachel] DILLINGHAM is granted 149 acres Burgner (1981: 4), No. 86
NC [>TN}: Washington Co.: on a branch of Lick Creek William WHITTERDES [prob. WHITESIDES] is granted 148 acres Burgner (1981: 16), No. 393
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: joining John Gillaland and James Wilson's lines Robert DAVIS is granted 50 acres Burgner (1981: 18), No. 451
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the roaring fork of Lick Creek Joseph KERCHENDALE [prob. KUYKENDALL] is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 18), No. 454
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on a branch of Little Limestone joining Hugh Stevenson James DAVIS is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 21), No. 535
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on Pensons Creek joining Aaron Burlesons Charles HAYES is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 21), No. 551
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: on Stewart's Branch below the Island Nathaniel CLARK is granted 164 acres Burgner (1981: 43), No. 1153
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: joining George Russells line Nathaniel CLARK is granted 83 acres Burgner (1981: 43), No. 1154
NC [>TN}: Sullivan Co.: on Horse Creek, the south side of Holston River Vachel DILLINGHAM is granted 940 acres Burgner (1981: 43), No. 1155
13 Jan 1784 NC: Rutherford Co.: land on both sides W Fork Knobb Creek Henry CLARK of Rutherford Co. sells [260 acres] Holcomb (1977: 158) citing Rutherford Co., NC, Deed Book C, pp. 331-332
NC: Rutherford Co.: Knobb Creek, including a Great Bottom, Cherokey path and forks of the Creek Henry CLARK sells 240 acres Holcomb (1977: 158) citing Rutherford Co., NC, Deed Book C, pp. 332-333
17 May 1784 SC: Ninety-Six Dist. Henry and Jno. CLARK witness the will of Armal FINCHER (wp July 1784) Young (1996: 109)
16 Jul 1784 SC: Abbeville Co.: S Fork of Saluda River Henry CLARK is granted 300 acres (bounded by vacant land) SC Land Grant, Abbeville Co., Vol. A, p. 73
1784 SC: ? [>Anderson] Co.: S side Saluda R. between "Henry Clark's old place and John Wheeler's." Benjamin CLARK owns property Anderson Co., SC, Book D, p. 408
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the waters of Sinking Creek Peter KUYKENDALE is granted 150 acres Burgner (1981: 24), No. 618
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: joining Fitzgerald's and his own lines Weight STUBLEFIELD is granted 95 acres Burgner (1981: 45), No. 1202 
NC [>TN}: Sullivan Co.: south side of Holston River Henry WAGGONER is granted 500 acres Burgner (1981: 45), No. 1222
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: on the N side of Holston Nathaniel DAVIS is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 48), No. 1322
1 Jan 1785 N+SC: Tryon Co. [>?]: land on both sides Reynolds Mill Creek Nathl CLARK witnesses land sale Holcomb (1977: 117) citing Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC, Deeds, Vol. 2, pp. 728-729
1785 In SC, Camden Dist. divided into seven counties, including York and Lancaster; 96 Dist. divided into six counties, including Union and Abbeville. Stauffer (1994: 3)
1785 NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: joining Samuel Denton's and Jesse Wilson's lines Nathan DAVIS is granted 31 acres Burgner (1981: 27), No. 705
1786 NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the head of Gammons Branch Robert Loxley STUBBLEFIELD is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 29), No. 766
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co. marriage of Isaac DAVIS & Sarah CLARK  
NC [>TN]: Green Co.: on Limestone Fork of Lick Creek James HAYES is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 59), No. 1658
1787 NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the N fork of Davis Creek John DAVIS is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 30), No. 800
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the N side of Watauga John DAVIS is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 31), No. 806
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: between Horse Creek and Lick Creek James WHEALER is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 51), No. 1384
NC [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: on the S side the N fork John HOLLOWAY is granted 50 acres Burgner (1981: 51), No. 1404
NC [>TN]: Greene Co.: on a fork of Camp Creek John WAGONER is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 65), No. 1817
NC [>TN]: Greene Co.: branch of Little Gap Creek Isaac DAVIS is granted 125 acres Burgner (1981: 69), No. 1931
NC [>TN]: Greene Co.: on the waters of Swift? Creek N side of Tennessee Charles HAYS is granted 500 acres Burgner (1981: 69), No. 1957
NC [>TN]: Greene Co.: on Lick Creek Nathaniel DAVIS is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 70), No. 1985
NC [>TN]: Greene Co.: on Camp Creek southside Nolachucky Thomas DAVIS is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 72), No. 2035
NC [>TN]: Greene Co.: on a branch of Sinking Creek Nicholas HAYES is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 73), No. 2048
NC [>TN]: Greene Co.: on Lick Creek William WYATT is granted 520 acres Burgner (1981: 73), No. 2058
NC [>TN]: Greene Co.: on Little Chuckey Nicholas DAVIS is granted 300 acres Burgner (1981: 74), No. 2094
SC:  96 Dist. [now Cherokee Co.]: south side of Broad River Ephraim & Mary CLARK sell 200 acres Lucas (1989: 513)
1788 NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on Penson's Creek joining Bird's. . . Daniel McCRAY is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 31), No. 824
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on waters of Cherokee Creek Henry FRENCH is granted 150 acres Burgner (1981: 31), No. 836
NC [>TN]: Washington Co.: on Kendrick's Creek William HOLLAWAY is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 32), No. 857
1789 In SC, Pendleton Co. is formed de novo from Cherokee Indian land. Stauffer (1994: 3)
1789 SC: Pendleton Co. Henry CLARK appointed to commission by SC legislature to locate a courthouse and buy it for newly formed county SC State Statutes Acts of 1789, Vol. 7, p. 252; Vol. 5, p. 105
22 Dec 1789 NC cedes seven western counties, including Sullivan, Greene, and Washington, to the U.S. Govenment. Corbitt (1950: xx)
1789 SW Territory [>TN]: Washington Co.: including branches of Kendricks Creek William HOLLOWAY, Jr., is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 32), No. 867
SW Territory [>TN]: Washington Co.: on the waters of Roans Creek joining Richard White's survey David WAGGONER is granted 112 acres Burgner (1981: 33), No. 892
SW Territory [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: on the southside Holston William STUBBLEFIELS is granted 160 acres Burgner (1981: 54), No. 1488
1790
Census
SC: 96 Dist.: Edgefield Co.: p. 511c John BIRD (1-5-2-0-0) [may be son-in-law of Ryderus CLARK] U.S. Bureau of the Census (1907/8)
SC: 96 Dist.: Union [>Cherokee]: p. 47 "Adarus" [Ryderus] CLARK (1-0-1-0-0) U.S. Bureau of the Census (1907/8)
John GILHAM (1-4-2-0-0) [son-in-law of Ryderus CLARK] U.S. Bureau of the Census (1907/8)
SC: 96 Dist.: Pendleton [>Anderson/Oconee/Pickens] Co.: p. 81 Elizabeth JONES (2-0-2-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
James JONES (1-1-3-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Maoses JONES (2-4-3-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Thomas JONES (1-2-1-0-0) Sarrett (1998) [same exact record twice -- were there two?]
SC: 96 Dist.: Pendleton [>Anderson/Oconee/Pickens] Co.: p. 82 Joseph DAVIS (1-0-1-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Thomas DAVIS (2-3-4-0-0)
John FINDLEY (1-2-3-0-0)
Sarrett (1998)
SC: 96 District: Pendleton [>Anderson/Oconee/Pickens] Co.: p. 83 Capt. Benjamin CLARK (1-3-3-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Giddian CLARKE (1-1-1-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Henry CLARK (2-2-1-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Jehu Bud [Ichabod] CLARK (1-1-1-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Jonathan CLARK (1-2-2-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
William CLARK (10-1-2-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Eli DAVIS (1-10-3-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Isaac DAVIS (2-2-1-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
John Lewis DAVIS (2-0-2-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Joseph DAVIS (1-2-5-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Lewis DAVIS (1-2-1-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
William FRENCH (2-2-5-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
John JONES (10-20-11-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Ambrose WHEELER (2-5-2-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
James WHEELER (1-1-1-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
John WHEELER (10-40-33-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
SC: 96 Dist.: Pendleton [>Anderson/Oconee/Pickens] Co.: p. 84 George CLARK (1-3-4-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Capt. Micajah CLARK (2-4-2-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Nathaniel CLARKE (1-0-2-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Samuel CLARKE (1-2-1-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
James DAVIS (02-03-03-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
John DAVIS (10-00-01-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
Simon FRENCH (01-01-01-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
Daniel JONES (01-00-03-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
Peter JONES (02-02-03-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
William WHEELER (1-2-11-0-0) Sarrett (1998)
Francis WHITESIDE (02-03-04-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
Wiliam WIATT (01-00-02-00-00) Census Index (GenealogyLibrary.com)
SC: 96 Dist.: Pendleton [>Anderson/Oconee/Pickens] Co.: p. 85 Margaret DAVIS (00-01-01-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
Surry DAVIS (01-00-02-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
William DAVIS (10-01-04-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
Anne JONES (02-03-02-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
Samuel JONES (02-01-02-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
Willis JONES (01-01-02-00-00) Sarrett (1998)
James THOMPSON (02-00-02-00-00) Census Index (GenealogyLibrary.com)
SC: 96 Dist.: Abbeville Co.: p. 57 Peter THOMPSON (01-02-01-00-00) Census Index (GenealogyLibrary.com)
SC: 96 Dist.: Abbeville Co.: p. 59 James THOMPSON (01-02-06-00-00) Census Index (GenealogyLibrary.com)
SC: 96 Dist.: Abbeville Co.: p. 60 James THOMPSON (01-00-01-00-00) Census Index (GenealogyLibrary.com)
SC: Camden Dist.: Lancaster Co.: p. 25 Peter THOMPSON (02-01-02-00-00) Census Index (GenealogyLibrary.com)
SC: Camden Dist.: York Co.: p. 28 William DAVIS (2-3-1-0-0) Sarrett (1995)
SC: Camden Dist.: York Co.: p. 29 John DAVIS (1-5-2-0-0) Sarrett (1995)
Joseph DAVIS (1-0-1-0-0) Sarrett (1995)
SC: Camden Dist.: York Co.: p. 30 John DAVIS (1-5-2-0-0) Sarrett (1995)
Charles DAVIS (1-0-3-0-0) Sarrett (1995)
Joseph FRENCH (1-3-1-0-0) Sarrett (1995)
1790 SW Territory [>TN]: Washington Co.: in the fork of Watauga and Holston Rivers Nathaniel DAVIS is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 34), No. 901
SW Territory [>TN]: Washington Co.: on Rone's Creek joining Philip Horn's (Koon's) line David WAGGONER is granted 460 acres Burgner (1981: 36), No. 963
SW Territory [>TN]: Sullivan Co.: "On a branch of Hendricks (sic) Creek" Henry CLARK is granted 200 acres Burgner (1981: 55), No. 1509
SW Territory [>TN]: Green Co.: on the double Lick fork of Lick Creek Isaac DAVIS is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 85), No. 2381
SW Territory [>TN]: Green Co.: on the north side Nolachuckee John RAMSAY is granted 100 acres Burgner (1981: 85), No. 2384
SW Territory [>TN]: on the waters of McCartney Creek William HANNAH is granted 99 acres Burgner (1981: 86), No. 2407
1791 In NC, Buncombe Co. is formed form Burke and Rutherford Cos.  In SC, Kershaw Co. is formed (mostly) from Lancaster Co. Stauffer (1994: 12)
1792 In KY, Logan Co. is formed from Lincoln Co.  
Feb 1792   Henry Clark DAVIS is born (s/o Isaac DAVIS & Sarah CLARK)  
1795 In SC, Pinckney and Washington Districts created de novo; Kershaw Co. formed from Lancaster Co. Proctor (1998)
1795 SC: Anderson Co. Henry CLARK [Sr.] "of Pendleton Co." sold 270 acres; gave 100 acres to Isaac CLARK; witnesses Henry CLARK, Jr., and Benjamin CLARK  
1796 Tennessee achieves statehood. Encyclopedia Britannica CD
1797 In KY, Christian Co. is formed from Logan Co.  
1797 KY:  Christian Co. CLARK, Capt. John C. is appointed County Clerk  
1798 In SC, Pinckney Dist. split into Union Dist. and York Dist.; Lancaster Dist. formed from Camden Dist.; Abbeville Dist. formed from 96 Dist.; 96 Dist. abolished. Proctor (1998)
1798
Tax Lists
TN: Green Co. DAVIS: Isaac (225 acres) Smith (1998)
DAVIS: James (100 acres, 25 squirrel scalps)
1799 SC: Abbeville Co. Benjamin DAVIS is born (s/o Isaac DAVIS & Sarah CLARK)  
TN: Montgomery Co. John CLARK and Lucy ELLIOTT marry  
1799 KY: Christian Co.: W Fork Red River FRENCH: Simon receives first of six land grants Jillson, p. 313, citing Book 3, p. 381
1799
Tax Lists
KY: Christian Co. JONES:  Andrew  
1800

Census
of NC/SC

or

Tax Lists
of KY

NC: Rutherford Co. CLARK: Abraham, Arthur, Nelly Broderbund (1995: CD312)
SC: Abbeville Dist. CLARK: Aron, George, Jacob Jr., Jacob Sr., John, Molly, Samuel, William
SC: Greenville Dist. CLARK: Braxton, Henry Jr., Henry Sr., Janet, Jevias, Robert
SC: Marlboro Dist. CLARK: Isaac, James, Mary
SC: Pendleton Dist. CLARK: James, John, Micaja, Thomas, William, William
SC: York Dist. CLARK: Burgess, James, John, Joseph, Joseph, Soloman, William, William, William
KY: Christian Co. CLARK: Benjamin, Henry Jr., Jesse, John
DAVIS: Azariah, Clement, Edward, Hananiah, Isaac, James, Jeremiha, Joseph, Josiah, Samuel
DILLINGHAM: James, Michael, Oachee, Vachel Sr.
FRENCH: Simon
KUYKENDALL: Joseph
THOMPSON: James, Joel, John, Peter
WYATT: William
KY: Livingston Co. FRENCH: William
WHEELER: John
KY: Warren Co. WHITESIDES: Francis
1800 TN: Montgomery Co. Ephraim CLARK "of Montgomery Co., TN' sells property inherited in New Jersey  
1801 SC: Union [>Cherokee] Co.: Gilkey's Ck. of Thicketty Ck. Rydarus CLARK, with sons-in-law John BIRD and John GILLHAM sell land
(appears to be disposal of Rydarus's estate)
 
1803 KY: Christian Co.: W Fork Red River DAVIS: Isaac receives 200 acres Jillson, p. 295, citing Book 3, p. 160
1804 KY: Christian Co.: W Fork Red River DAVIS: Isaac receives 200 acres Jillson, p. 295, citing Book 6, p. 103
1810

Census

KY: Christian Co.: p. ? DAVIS: Asariah (20010-10010-00) Broderbund (1995: CD313)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 55 DAVIS: Robert (10100-00100-00)
KY: Christian Co. p. 59 CLARK: Joseph (21010-20210-01)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 65 DAVIS: Clement (00010-10010-00)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 72 KIRKINDOLPH: Stephin (10010-10010-00)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 75 KIRKENDOLPH: Solleman (00100-00100-00)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 84 CLARK: James (00001-00201-00)
CLARK: John (31010-31010-00)
DAVIS: John (01001-00101-00)
KY: Christian Co. p. 91 DAVIS: James (30010-30010-00)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 100 DAVIS: Thomas (20010-10110-00)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 104 DAVIS: Macklin (22111-42101-00)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 106 DAVIS: John (01001-20001-00)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 107 CLARK: Henry [Jr.] (20020-21010-00)
CLARK: Henry Sr. (02001-00001-04)
CLARK: Isaac (22010-22201-05)
CLARK: Jesse (21210-11001-00)
CLARK: Richard (11200-21010-00)
DAVIS: Isaac (02010-43301-00)
WHITESIDES: Francis (22010-20101-01)
KY: Christian Co.: p. 108 DAVIS: Edward (20010-30010-00)
DAVIS: James (0010-30010-01) [only 4 numbers given for males]
DAVIS: Joseph (10100-10100-10 )
KY: Christian Co.: p. 110 DAVIS: John (1010-31010-10) [only 4 numbers given for males]
KY: Christian Co.: p. 114 WIATT: William (31101-11101-00)
1826 In SC, Anderson Dist. formed from Washington Dist.; name Pendleton Dist. discarded. Proctor (1998)
1841 In NC, Cleveland Co. is formed from parts of Rutherford and Lincoln Cos. Corbitt (1950: 69)
1842 In SC, Union Co.  
1846 In NC, Gaston Co. is formed from part of Lincoln Co. (parts of Gaston later annexed by Cleveland Co.). Corbitt (1950: 103-105)
1897 In SC, Cherokee Co. formed from Union Co. Proctor (1998)
NOTES
Early on, South Carolina was subdivided in three ways: into parishes, by the Anglican Church; into Judicial Districts, which served as courts; and into counties, which served non-judicial civil functions. During that period, a geographic location might be described in terms of any one or two or all three of these subdivisions. Parishes and Districts were ultimately abolished. Prior to the establishment of county courts in 1785, all deeds were recorded in the Charleston Co. Court House. 
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