I was reading your notes on your Saxon family with great interest.
Don't know that I am related but I am hunting my Reuben Ross and family and wonder if these 2 Samuel Saxon's are your guy and if you happen to have seen anything on my Reuben Ross or his father in law Isaac Green in your search. Both Reuben Ross and Isaac Green appear to have died in SC. Reuben sometime between 1775 and 1788 and Isaac Green just before May 1772 (will proved then. Will date was 1769 Isaac Green of St. Mark's Parish, Craven Co, SC) or know of the relationship of these families to your Saxon/Yancey families.
Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758, by Margaret M. Hofmann,
p. 234 (Deed Book 6):
pg. 225. Samuel Saxon of Edge. Co, to George Pace of Edge. Co, 24 Feb. 1757 10 pounds Va. money 200 acres on the south side of Elk marsh, joining the great prong of Cades branch Wit: Lewis Atkins, RUBEN ROSS his mark, Samuel Saxon, Jr. (?) Reg. Edge. Co. Nov. Ct. 1757 J. Montfort C. Ct.
The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume IX
Number 1, Winter, 1981
Laurens County Estate Book A-1 (Continued from Vol. 8, p.145)
SCMAR, Vol. IX, Winter 1981, No. 1, p.47
Page 170: Decr 11th 1796 Inventoryof the Goods, Lands Â£ Chattles & Bonds of Robert Ross decd apraised by us. 350 acres where the widow now lives 230 acres bounding on John Boyd 100 acers Do Greenville County bounded on land held by D. Ross includes negro wench Rinegh, bond on Samuel Saxon & Wilson; note on Frances & Wm Ross; note on Wm Rodgers; note on Joseph Gallegly & John Cochran; inspected tobacco in Charleston; note on Wm. Nicholds & John Martin & John Rodgers; note on Alexr Menary and Gilbert; note in Nethl. McCoy. Appriasers Francis Ross, Robert Hutchenson, David Speers, 19 July 1797, before Reubin Pyles, J. P.
p. 246 (Deed Book 6):
pg. 317. James GREEN of Edge. Co., bricklayer to Glidewell Orville of Edge. Co. 9 Nov 1757 13 pounds proclamation money 95 acres on the east side of Burn Coat, joining Benjamin Grubbs Wit: REUBEN ROSS his mark, John Lea his mark, Lewis Atkins Reg. Edge. Co. June Ct. 1758 Joseph Montfort C. Ct.
Land Entry: 1760 January 10. 700 acres.
Descriptive references for land: Burnt Coat Swamap, James Parham, Drury Harrington, Jeconias Yancey Warrant: 1760 January 10. 700 acres. Descriptive references for land: Burnt Coat Swamp, James Parham,
Drury Harrington, Jeconias Yancey Plat: 1760 June 28. 610 acres. Chain carriers: Robert Sanders, REUBEN ROSS Surveyor: Joseph John Williams Deed: 1760
(Jeconias Yancey was from VA. He was m. to Hannah Kimbrough, wid. of William Alston the first. The Kimbrough's were also in Hanover. 1642-1674 - Yancey family mentioned in Hanover County, Va. A Charles Yancey d. 1690. Was m. to a g'daughter of Alexander Leighton of Hanover County, Va. 25 Mar 1749 - Jeconias/Jachonias Yancey "of Edgecombe Co.", NC, Earl of Granville Grant of 440 acres in Granville Co., NC. Both sides Anderson's Swamp. 2 Mar 1756 the deed was finally recorded. (Granville Deed Book B, p. 501).
Yancey, Jeconias. Halifax Co, NC Warrant: 1758 September 27. 640 acres.
Descriptive references for land: Beaverdam Swamp Plat: 1760 June 27. 560 acres. Benjamin Hardy, Joseph Eelbeck, Burnt Coat Swamp, John Lee Chain carriers: John Avery, RUBIN ROSS
Surveyor: Joseph John Williams Deed: 1761 August 4
Note: Warrant validated for six additional months on February 20, 1760, because its execution had been prevented by the "late Disturbances." Warrant indicates that warrantee dead and land devised to Hannah Yancey. For deed see 184.108.40.206.
Genealogical Abstract of Wills 1758-1824 Halifax County, NC Margaret Hofmann
Will Book One
Will #14 pg. 13 Jeconias Yancey 12 Aug. 1760 Sept. Ct. 1760
wife Hannah Yancey cattle, horses, household furniture.....etc.,
Wits.: Ben Hardy, John Jones, RUBEN ROSS R his mark
The Granville District of North Carolina 1748-1763 Abstracts of Miscellaneous Land Office Records Volume Five completes the five-volume Granville District series with abstracts of Granville Grants for Halifax, Hyde, Johnson, Northampton, Orange, Tyrrell, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Pitt, and Rowan counties.
by Margaret M. Hofmann
4033 WIILIAM DANIEL plat dated 28 June 1760 610 acres in Halifax County, joining MR YANCY, Burn Coat
Swamp, Parkams Corner, Jones line, Jacket Swamp, Harringtons line, and MICH WALLACE CC: ROBT SANDERS(?), RUBEN ROSS JOS JNO WIILIAMS Survr entered 10 (?) January 1760
The Deeds of Halifax Co, NC 1758-1771 Stephen Bradley
1-(3) Jeconias Yancey and wife Hannah of Edgecombe Co, NC to Sarah Evat widow of William Evat late of Northampton Co, NC 10 Aug 1758 22pounds proc. money. sd. Wm Evat left as heir one daughter Mary Evat. Evat's will was dated 10 April 1758 in Northampton County. ((Could not find will of this man. Found a will 1760 of William Avant/Evant wife Sarah but did not mention dtr Mary). Provision made for this daughter to receive her part of the sale. 200 acres (of which sd Sarah Evat to receive 100A) in Edgecombe Co, NC joining John Lee(Lea), Burncoat swamp.
Jeconias Yancey. Hannah Yancey
Wit: Daniel Duncan, REUBEN ROSS (x) Mar Ct 1759 CC Jos. Montfort
Might this be your Green family?
George Green, will 9 Jun 1716, 2 Sep 1719
wife Elizabeth: sons John, Thomas, George, Jozef, William, Samuel, Daniel, Isaac to have all land, and Robert, Daus. Elizabeth and Grace: no executor, witnesses: Naell Mcormick, William Tippett.
Inventory; 6 Apr 1720.
MARRIAGES OF RICHMOND CO. VA 1668-1853
Green, George married by 7 March 1699/1700 Elizabeth Clapman (Clapham), one of the two daughters of William and Mary (Thatcher) Clapham.
Green, John and Abigall Tippett, license August 1714
The bride was the daughter of Thomas Tippett who died testate in 1710. The groom was the eldest son of George Green who died testate in 1719. He bequeathed one shilling to his son Robert Green and his plantation of 886 acres which fell into King George Co. in 1721, equally to his other children, viz: John, Thomas, George, Joseph, William, Samuel, Isaac, Daniel, Elizabeth and Grace Green.
John and Abigall (Tippett) Green moved to Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., VA
The Deeds of Halifax County, North Carolina 1758-1771 Abstracted by Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr
Deed Book 7
59-(62) THOMAS TUCKER of Halifax Co. to WILLIAM GREEN of Northampton Co. 27 Nov 1759.
50 pounds of Virginia. 150 acres in Halifax Co. purchased "by the said THOMAS" from Joseph Montfort 21 Nov 1753, joining Beaver Dam Swamp, Capt. Jos. Jon. Alston. THOS TUCKER (X). Wit: Henry Guston Kearney, ISAAC GREEN (X). Dec. Ct. 1759. Examined by Thomas Hall, Esq, the "wife of the said TUCKER" relinquished her right of dower. CC Jos. Montfort
Will of Isaac Green of St Mark's Parish,Craven County, SC dated 1-13-1769, proved 5-22-1772, recorded Charleston Will Book SS 1771-1774, p. 183: (14:245 is the citation to the typed WPA version.
SS (1771-1774):183 is to the original books.)
sons: Moses and John, sons: George and Robert, all estate and Executors; daughters Alse Lansdale, Priscilla Ross, Sarah Ann Norman; Witn.: Bartlett Hensen, Andrew Hilton (Moore, Caroline T . Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina 1760-17841969,175)
Any help you might be able to offer.....
well I just couldn't thank you enough !