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Updated notes Thomas WARD Stewart Co.TN m Priscilla Scarborough

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SR, THOMAS WOOD WARD (THOMAS1) was born 1790 in Dover, Stewart Co., Tennessee, and died Sep 1860 in Austin, Travis Co, Texas. He married PRISCILLA SCARBOROUGH Abt. 1820 in North Carolina, daughter of JAMES SCARBOROUGH and MARY ANDREWS. She was born 1790 in Montegomery County. TN, and died Sep 1876 in San Saba, San Saba Co, Texas.

Tennessee Census, 1810-91 about Thomas Ward
Name: Thomas Ward
State: TN
County: Stewart County
Township: 100110-40100
Year: 1810
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 115
Database: TN Early Census Index

1820 United States Federal Census about Thomas Ward
Name: Thomas Ward
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Stewart, Tennessee
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 4
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 5
Free White Persons - Over 25: 1
Total Free White Persons: 8
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 8

save this for the dna match of Ezekiel Ward
Massachusetts Militia. He was b at Harpswell, Me. He applied for a pension 4 Jun 1818 at Kennebec Co., Ma. (later Me.). In 1820, he was 59 and a resident of China, Me. with wife Mercy (age 52) and ch at home: Ezekiel Ward (18), Eunice Ward (16), Meriam Ward (14), Gorham Ward (13) and Calvin Ward (7).

Thomas W. Ward
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ward County is a county located in the U.S. State of Texas. The county seat is Monahans, and the county is named for Thomas W. Ward, a soldier in the Texas Revolution. (There is another Thomas William Ward known a Peg Leg who was from Ireland, don't know if they are related, doesn't appear they are related? They are not related, Peg Leg had not children.

Thomas Wood Ward was from Dover, Stewart Co. TN ...born in North Carolina.
Change date of death I had 17 Oct 1862 to 1860 to correspond with the death info on the U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885 .

Texas pioneer from Dover, TN
Stewart County Court Minutes
TSLA Archives, Stewart Co. Roll 38, Minutes Part 8, Aug. 1821 – May 1824

41 Deed from Abram Shepherd to Thomas Ward for 300 acres proven by oaths of Isaac H. Ward & Joshua Ward

107 Deed from Ephraim B. Davidson to Thomas Ward for 35 acres proven by oath of James Scarborough

122 Thomas Ward appointed constable

163 Thomas Ward, administrator of Henry Sparkman, vs. Alexander B. Outlaw & James Caldwell (debt): jurors unable to reach a verdict before adjournment of the court

Stewart County Court Minutes: Extracts from 1835
Henry L. Atkins, sheriff
Ordered to be paid for his services and the following justices voted for such an allowance, William Kay, John R. Acree, John Richards, Thomas Ward, William Miller, Jesse Morris, G. W. Atkins, Joshua Hamblet, William O Guinn and William Elliott.

Jesse Morris
Allowed $9 for board and medicine administered to William Johnson; following justices voted for this, William Kay, Thomas Ward, Joshua Hamblet, John R. Acree, William O Guinn, William Elliott, G. W. Atkins, John Richards.

Thomas Ward, Levi Prewitt, Henry Palmer
Appointed commissioners to settle with Benjamin W. Tayloe, administrator of Daniel Dawson, deceased.

1820 Census Stewart County, TN
14 Thomas Ward 1 1 1 4 1 1
17 I. H. Ward 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 Don't know who he is, is first name is Issac.

U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885
about Ward
Name: Ward
Gender: Male
Race: White
Slave: Free
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: North Carolina
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1790
Age: 70
Month of Death: Sep
Cause of Death: Indigestion
Census Year: 1860
Census Location: (City, County, State)
Austin, Travis, Texas
Line: 16
Archive Collection Number:

13 Dec. 1805 Petition, Montgomery county, N.C.
Posted by: Ronald Lamneck (ID *****2416) Date: March 04, 2005 at 12:12:35
of 697

The following case was obtained from the North Carolina archives in Raleigh, N.C. by Russell researcher, Ann Rutherford (retired Judge). This transcription of the petition and signatures is worded and spelled like the original.


General Assembly Session Records Nov. - Dec. 1805 - Box 3

To the Honorable the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina at Raleigh now sitting. The petition of part of the inhabitants of Montgomery County in sd. (said) state sheweth that the River Uhary is an excellent river for fish especially the white shad, but several mill dams being erected across sd. river entirely obstructs their passage up the same to the great injury of us your petitioners living on the sd. river and contiguous thereto being deprived of the benefits that providence by nature was bestowed upon us. We your petitioners therefore do humbly pray the interposition of the Legislature and that you will cause the sd. mill dams or part thereof to be kept open during the spring season in such manner as your honors shall deem best for the free passage of fish up the sd. river and your petitioners shall ever pray.

(Page 1)
Claborn Harris, Brantley Harris, Randal Harris, Wm. Harris, Eben Hearn, Robert Mosley, John Y. Morgan, Littleton Harris, Turner Harris, Samuel (illegible), Isah Russell (Lined through), Thomas Taulbert, Jack Cranford, C. Green Harris, Henry Freemon, Etheldred Harris, Josiah Russell,

(Page 2)
Silas Stewart, James Russell, John Russell, John Hall, Enuch Davis, Wm. Reaves, James Reaves, Benjamin Hopkins, Benet Curtis, Randol Partin, James Sills, Ebenezer Hearne, Willis Russell, Jarrot Harris, Wm. Russell Sen., William Russell Jun., Futrall Hall, Gabriel Russell, Jessy Russell, John Hopkins, Benjamon Partin, Joseph Cranford (Lined through), Jessy Reaves, Zack Russell, Wm. Sills, Edmon Hurley, James Smith, James Ellet, Stephen Grissome, Stephen Bayley, Josiah Cranford, James Bayley, Wm. Harris, Moses Russell, Bibby Nroocks, Asa Callicot, Wm. Smallwood, Anthony Ricket, Joel Mosley, Jas. W. Green, Neddy Pennington, Elijah H. Stone, A. Harris, Benj. Harris, William Ashford, John Ashford, Thos. C. Williams, Wm. G. Williams, Wm. Blalock,

(Page 3)
John Stewart, Joel Hurley, John Talbert, Acy Galleyhorn, Howard Hurley, Stephen Hearne, John Hancock, Zachariah Prosser, Bengeman Rickets, Jacob Cockron, Robert Rolen, Peter Lutheer, Ruben Holderness, Noah Randal, Jesse Bowling, Riccord West, Joseph Allen, Wm. Callicotte, (illegible) Jurdin, David Poer, Jesse Sanders, (Illegible), (illegible), Joshua Ussery, Nathan Harris, Allen Rackley, Daniel Cato, Willia Rise, Lenard Russell, James Crump, John Crump, Moses Curtis, Robt. Palmer, Charles Halton, Willison Green (or Goin), Jacob Runnels, Lewis Green, Richd. Green Jr., Rubin Allen, Thomas Ward, Henry Stephens, Henry (illegible), James (illegible), Jesse Simons, James Hopkins,

(Page 4)
Franck Hopkins, Wm. Robertson, Solo Poer, James Butler, Tryon Niciols, Moses Niciols, Elias Spencer, George Callicotte, Tho. Reynals, John (illegible), Alex Lacky, Jesse Vestal, Moses Ashford, Wm. Halton Snr., Jhon London (spelled like original), Jas. Holderness, John Avery, Samuel Allen, Shubel Allen, Seymore Spencer, John Diffee, John Moser, Joseph Nichols, Resan Richet, William Collicott, Wm. Jackson, John Bolen, Bartlet James, Dawson Col____, Littleton Harris his hand, Benjamin Harris.

Montgomery Cty, State of North Carolina.
Petition of the Inhabitants of Montgomery.
The House of Commons 13 Dec 1805 read then ref'd to the Committee of Prop"s & Grievances No. 1.

By order of J. H. Hooks
In Senate Decem'r 14 1805 Read & refered as the House of Commons
by Order M. Stokes, Clk.

Mar, 1782 Ct, Montgomery Co. Thomas Ward to admr WILLIAM GOING estate. Sec: Joseph Moore, Bedenago Moore. (Brandley, Stephen E., Jr. Early Records of NC, Vol I, Probates, Adms, Inv, 1753-1790, 1992, p 83)

Sept 1782, Montgomery Co. Intestate: WILLIAM GOING. Adm: Thomas Ward. Security: Joseph Moore, Bedenago Moore. Montgomery Co NC Wills &
Administrations. (Bradley, Dr Stephen E Jr. Early Records of NC, Vol I, Probates, Adms, Inventories, 1753-1790)

Mar 1782 Ct, Montgomery Co:
Thomas Ward to admr WILLIAM GOING estate. Sec: Joseph Moore, Bedenago Moore.
(Bradley, Stephen E, Jr. Vol II, Wills, Adms, Invent, Deeds, 1677-1790, 1992, p 83)

Sep 1782. Montgomery Co Wills and Administration:
Intestate: WILLIAM GOING; Administration: Thomas Ward (Ad); Security: Joseph Moore, Bedenago Moore.
(Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr. Early Records of NC, Vol I, Probates, Admirs, Inventories, 1753-1790, 1992, p 45)

Entered Nov 20, 1782 and Issued Nov 17, 1790 300 acres on Big Creek waters of Little River to Thomas GOWEN (NC Archives

Texas Pioneer from Dover, TN
Stewart County Court Minutes
TSLA Archives, Stewart Co. Roll 38, Minutes Part 8, Aug. 1821 – May 1824

41 Deed from Abram Shepherd to THOMAS WARD for 300 acres proven by oaths of Isaac H. Ward & Joshua Ward

163 THOMAS WARD, administrator of Henry Sparkman, vs. Alexander B. Outlaw & James Caldwell (debt): jurors unable to reach a verdict before adjournment of the court

From Sally's Place -
Children of Pheraby Ward and William Reed Sparkman:
1. William R Sparkman ca 1785 Bertie Co -
a. Elizabeth Sparkman ca 1834 -
b. James Sparkman ca 1843 -
c. Lucinda Sparkman ca 1844 -
married 2nd 1 Sept 1847Gibson Co TN Ann M Selph
2. Ward Sparkman ca 1790 -
*3. HENRY W. SPARKMAN 1794 - 1822 Stewart Co TN
Friday, 10 May 1822 Court-- Court appoints Thomas Ward adm. of the estate of Henry Sparkman
4. Hugh H Sparkman 1794/97 -
5. Martha [Patsey] Sparkman ca 1812 -
married 13 Dec 1830 Gibson Co TN Edwin Mathis ca 1811 -
a. Mary Mathis ca 1832 -
b. Martha Mathis ca 1834 -
c. Phuriby Mathis ca 1836 -
d. John Mathis ca 1838 -
e. Sydia Mathis [f]ca 1840 -
f. Henry Mathis ca 1842 -
h. Elisha Mathis [m] ca 1844 -
i. Elmible ? Mathis [f] ca 1847 -
j. Parale Mathis [f] ca 1849
Stewart County Settlements and Bonds, Volume B (Nov. 1824-Feb. 1829)

Transcribed 2003 by Jim Long

42 sale of the estate of John King by James King and C. C. Clements, administrators; buyers include Richard Blanton, John Broadway, Travis Moore, James Kelly, John Scarborough, Adam McGee, William R. Atkins, James Tomlinson, C. C. Clements, John James, Charles Matheny, William Collier, Thomas Ward, Lemuel Cherry, James Wyatt, Robert Wyatt, W. Cook, Wilson Randle, Drew Bird, Daniel Stalls, James Davidson, G. W. Atkins, Elijah Hogan, William McGee, James Vickers, Thomas McGee, Benjamin Boyt, Alexander B. Outlaw, Miles Moore, Willice Whitford, John K. Colson, Michael Vickers, Thomas Dodd, Royal Broadway, William K. Colson, Enoch Jones, Zachariah Wyatt, John H. Petty

48 Thomas Ward, John Scarborough, Alexander B. Outlaw, Miles Williams, Elisha Askew, sheriff’s bond for the collection of taxes for 1825; 2 Aug 1825

57 sale of the estate of Briant Oneal; buyers incl. James McGee, Benjamin Davis, Jordan Clayebrooks, Adam McGee, William McGee, Thomas McGee, Elizabeth Oneal, Thomas Roberts, Benjamin Peeples, James Scarborough, John Milam, Mathew Manning, Adam McGee, William Cherry, Larry Satterfield, Peter Kendall, Miles Moore, Traverse Moore, Wilson Randle, James Andrews, Anderson Andrews, Priggen Manning, Wright Manning, John Manning, ; June term, 1825

77 division of lands to the heirs of William Outlaw; recorded Nov. term 1825

Jefferson B. Outlaw gets 135 acres of a 320-acre tract on south side of Cumberland River adjoining Joseph Smith;

Harriet Wynn gets 135 acres from the same 320-acre tract;

William W. Outlaw gets 50 acres from the same 320-acre tract, plus 150 acres of an adjoining 320-acre tract;

Indiana Outlaw gets the 170-acre balance of the second 320-acre tract, plus 15 acres on the south side of Sugar Camp Hollow, near where Travis Moore lives;

Alexander B. Outlaw gets 274 acres on Cane Creek, one mile from Dover, called the Childress place, plus 60 acres on the tract where Travis Moore lives, plus town lots #77, #78, #79 in Dover, plus 10 acres adjoining Bells’ plantation on Sycamore Creek, plus 40 acres on Leatherwood Creek where John Nicholas lives;

Nancy Wilson gets 137 acres on Cane Creek where David C. Wilson lives, adjoining the above-mentioned 274-acre tract, plus 15 acres adjoining the 137-acre tract, plus 160 acres on Cane Creek adjoining Vinson Wyatt, which was granted to James Scarborough;

John N. Outlaw gets 137 acres adjoining that of Nancy Wilson, plus 20 acres adjoining the above tract where Sherrid Stallings lives, plus 80 acres on Hurricane Creek called Elliott’s Mill place;

George D. Outlaw gets all the land (160 acres) on the north side of Cane Creek that was part of a 320-acre tract granted to Robert Nelson, where Henry Wynn lives, plus 20 acres near the head of Leatherwood Creek, plus 10 acres at the Beech Spring on Leatherwood Creek, plus 25 acres on the east fork of Leatherwood Creek at a Standing Rock, plus 25 acres below the rock, plus 20 acres above Elliott’s place near the Hurricane Meeting House, plus Dover town lot #76;

Drew A. Outlaw gets the balance of the 320-acre tract on Cane Creek granted to Robert Nelson, plus 20 acres at the Ash Spring on Leatherwood Creek, plus 20 acres at the Gum Spring on the east fork of Leatherwood Creek, plus 20 acres above William Taylor’s place on Leatherwood Creek, plus 15 acres at the Grassy Spring on Leatherwood Creek, plus 20 acres adjoining Widow Rawls on Tennessee River, plus 12.5 acres adjoining Nicholas’ plantation, plus Dover town lot #75

Patsey Levoy Erl Outlaw gets 390 acres at the mouth of Cane Creek on Tennessee River, called the Burnt Cabbin place, plus 110 acres by the Big Pond on Tennessee River near the head of Leatherwood Creek, plus 50 acres on the east fork of Leatherwood Creek called the Ball place, plus 50 acres called the Gabsey? place, plus Dover town lot #74

Lucian D. Outlaw gets 228 acres on Tennessee River below the mouth of Cane Creek, called the Smith place, plus 10 acres at James Rawls’ old place, plus 61.5 acres called the Brown place on Cane Creek, plus 80 acres adjoining the tract where Henry Wynn lives, plus 50 acres, the balance of the 90-acre Nicholas place, plus Dover town lot #73

78 return of the sale of 320 acres by the guardians of the heirs of William Outlaw, Alexander B. Outlaw, D. A. Outlaw, David C. Wilson, Henry Wynn; Nov. term 1825

86 account current with Thomas Ward, sheriff and collector of taxes; Feb. term 1826

91 James Scarborough, John Scarborough, Joseph Smith, coroner's bond; 3 May 1826

91 additional inventory of the estate of Robert Cooper by John Scarborough and Alex. B. Outlaw, administrators; May term 1826

96 Thomas Ward, John Scarborough, Alexander B. Outlaw, David Irwin, Josiah Askew, collector’s bond for the public taxes of 1826; 1 May 1826

105 John K. Colson, James Scarborough, John James, guardian bond for Barnett Cooley; 7 Aug 1826

108 sale of the estate of William Cherry by administrators Lemuel Cherry and Thomas Dodd; buyers include Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Luton, Lemuel Cherry, William Cherry, William Williams, John Scarborough, Thomas Dodd, Thomas Watson, William Bailey, William James, James Scarborough, Cullen Bayliss, John Broadway, Vinson Wyatt, Narcissa Cherry, William K. Colson, A. B. Outlaw, Joseph Smith, William B.H. Cherry, John Richards, John James, A. Andrews; 16 Jun 1826

113 sale of the estate of Stephen English; buyers include Polly English, William Coleman, Alexander Craig, John A. Guice, Ephraim English, Sarah Rutland, Reubin Lowe, Anderson Sexton, Tilman Sexton, Ebineezer Rumfelt, Richard Bradford, Exuan Wilson, George Wilson, George Bankhead, Frederick Weston, Pervines Williams, James Cook, Alexander Able, James Scarborough, Daniel Lee, Frederick Turner, Benjamin Andrews, Thomas Trent, Alexander Brightwell, James Guerin, Willis Whitford, Berry Duff, Edwin Smith, Solomon Dawson, James Blount, James McDougal, Thomas Townzen, Ebineezer Skinner, Thomas Trout, H. H. Wynn, James Gray, Robert Jackson, Robert Coleman, Drury Andrews, Abraham Phillips; recorded Aug. term 1826

121 Thomas Ward, James Gray, Joseph Smith, administrator’s bond for William W. Outlaw; 9 Nov 1826

126 Thomas Ward, Drew A. Outlaw, John Scarborough, John A. M. Boyd, sheriff’s bond; 7 Nov 1826

135 Thomas Ward, Drury A. Outlaw, William Fitzgerald, administrator’s bond for James H. Russell; 7 Feb 1827

138 John Scarborough, Thomas Ward, William Trousdale, guardian bond for Jefferson B. Outlaw; 7 Feb 1827

152 account current of Thomas Ward, sheriff, with William Bailey, county trustee; 26 Jan 1827

171 Henry L. Wall, John Scarborough, Drury A. Outlaw, guardian bond for Charles Ann Roads King; 7 May 1827

177 list of notes and accounts in the estate of James H. Russell, by Thomas Ward, administrator

180 George D. Outlaw licensed to sell merchandise at his home in Dover for twelve months beginning 10 Jun 1827; recorded 10 Aug 1827

181 John Scarborough, Joseph P. Wimberly, Thomas Ward, guardian bond for Charles King; 9 Aug 1827

182 John Scarborough, Joseph P. Wimberly, Thomas Ward, guardian bond for Elizabeth King; 9 Aug 1827

183 John Scarborough, George D. Outlaw, Thomas Ward, tavern bond; 10 Aug 1827

250 John Scarborough, guardian’s return for Jefferson B. Outlaw, heir of William Outlaw; 7 May 1828

250 John Scarborough, guardian’s return for the heirs of John King; 7 May 1828

252 James Scarborough, guardian's return for the heirs of David Scarborough; 5 May 1828

253 Alexander B. Outlaw licensed to sell merchandise at his home in Dover for 12 months beginning 10 Jun 1828

285 James Scarborough, John Scarborough, Britton Sexton, coroner’s bond; 4 Nov 1828

291 William H. Pugh, John Scarborough, Elijah Fletcher, constable bond; 5 Nov 1828

304 Thomas Ward, D. A. G. Outlaw, John Scarborough, John Brown, sheriff’s bond; 5 Nov 1828

309 Drury A. G. Outlaw, Thomas Ward, William H. West, Alexander B. Outlaw, guardian bond for Napolian West; 5 Nov 1828

314 James Gray, chairman pro-tem of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Moses Black, aged 7, to Joseph P. Wimberly Jr.; securities: Thomas Ward, William Webster; 5 Nov 1828

315 James Gray, chairman pro-tem of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Lowry Black, aged 4, to Joseph P. Wimberly Jr.; securities: Thomas Ward, William Webster; 5 Nov 1828

329 Nelson Crosswell, William Tubbs, John Scarborough, constable bond; 2 Feb 1829

336 settlement with John Scarborough and A. B. Outlaw, administrators of Robert Cooper, by commissioners William R. Reddick, James Cawyer?, George Weaks; 20 Nov 1828

350 Sheriff Thomas Ward appoints Henry L. Atkins deputy sheriff; 4 Feb 1829
Stewart County Court Minutes: Extracts from February 1829
Thomas Ward, Uriah Tomlinson
Bill of Sale, Thomas Ward to Uriah Tomlinson for negro boy Frank.
February 2, 1829

Thomas Ward, C. C. Clements
Deed of Trust, Thomas Ward to C. C. Clements for use of William Hay.
February 2, 1829

James Ward
Appointed overseer of the road in place of Lamuel (Samuel?)G. Cherry and the same hands to work under him.
February 2, 1829

Thomas Ward, William Williams
Deed of trust from Thomas Ward to William Williams recorded.
February 3, 1829

Drew A. Outlaw, William Kay
Deed of conveyance from Drew A. Outlaw to William Kay for one lot in Dover, No. 31.
February 2, 1829

John N. Acree, Adam McGee, Alexander B. Outlaw
Esquires, elected to fill quorum on court.
February 2, 1829

James Gray, John Lee, Nathan Ross, John H. Colson, Adam McGee, William Trousdale, John R. Acree, Robert Walker, Isham Hamblett, George W. Atkins, Henry Wynns, Frederick Weston, John Warden, Alexander B. Outlaw, John Frazier
Justices present.
February 2, 1829

Jefferson B. Outlaw, James W. McGee, Thomas R. McGee
Deed from Jefferson B. Outlaw to James W. McGee and Thomas R. McGee, 150 acres.
February 2, 1829

Drew Augustus Outlaw, David Outlaw, Seth Outlaw
Deed of conveyance for Drew Augustus Outlaw to David Outlaw and Seth Outlaw, 140 acres.
February 2, 1829

Smith Moore, Drew A. Outlaw, George Outlaw
Smith Moore vs Drew A. and Geo. Outlaw--fury found for plaintiff.
February 3, 1829

Alexander B. Outlaw, Hugh H. Sparkman
Alexander B. Outlaw vs Hugh H. Sparkman--case about a judgment.
February 4, 1829

Alexander B. Outlaw, James Caldwell
Alexander B. Outlaw vs James Caldwell, administrator of Ephraim B. Davidson, deceased--it appears to court that the administrators of William Peanor(?), deceased, had judgment against late Davidson.
February 4, 1829

William Outlaw
On the petition of some of the heirs of William Outlaw, deceased, to court to appoint commissioners to settle with the guardian of the heirs of William Outlaw, deceased, it was ordered by court that Cullen Bayliss, William Bailey, Christopher C. Clements settled with the several guardians.
February 4, 1829

Drew A. Outlaw, George Weeks
Drew A. Outlaw and George Weeks, bail for Samuel Neely, on a peace warrant, surrendered Neely to court and he ordered in custody of the sheriff.
February 4, 1829

Jefferson Pryor, Richard Cooley, Thomas Davis, Samuel Neely, Adin Jones, Alexander B. Outlaw, Thomas Ward, David Rogers, John Scarborough
State causes: Jefferson Pryor for affray (not prosecuted); Richard Cooley for assault and battery--ordered to recover his costs from Thomas Davis; Samuel Neely, peace warrant, "nol pros."; Adin Jones, Alexander B. Outlaw, Thomas Ward, David Rogers marked "sci facias". John Scarborough was security for Adin Jones.
February 4, 1829

Alexander B. Outlaw, John Scarborough
Appointed to settle with James Scarborough, guardian to the heirs of David Scarborough, deceased.
February 6, 1829

Arch Jones, John Scarborough, Jarrot Crisp
Deed of conveyance for Arch Jones and John Scarborough to Jarrot Crisp, 37 1/2 acres.
February 2, 1829

Nelson Crosswell
Elected constable in Capt. Crosswell's company with William Tubbs and John Scarborough, his securities.
February 2, 1829

Tilman Sexton
Appointed overseer in the place of William Scarborough and that the same hands work under him, also William Scarborough, William Andrews, Alexander Andrews, Green Moody, Mr. Barrot's hands, John Page, and Jeptha Melton.
February 2, 1829

Sedgewick Scarborough
Produced the scalp of a wolf, judged to be 6 months old and killed in Stewart County.
February 3, 1829

John Scarborough
Guardian of heirs of John King, makes return to court.
February 4, 1829

Henry Pugh, John Scarborough
Deed of conveyance from Henry Pugh to John Scarborough for 62 acres with Andrew Collins and Sedgewick Scarborough as witnesses.
February 6, 1829


NOTHING ON THIS Goliad WARD IS VERIFIED ...WORKING NOTES (This Ward Family has family stories about him, although I doubt them. I know this family married into Sam Houston's family, that may be where the stories came from

Possible Brother to William Ward of Goliad according to this Ward family - BUT NOT LIKELY, THAT WM WARD WAS FROM GEORGIA, NOT NORTH CAROLINA. I find no link so far, seems unlikely.
January 22, 1839
~extract ----------born abt 1773
Macon Georgia Telegraph
~extract Departed this life, at the residence of Peter G. Thompson, in Twiggs County, Georgia, on the 29th December last, Leonard Ward, aged 66 years, from an attack of Apoplexy of nine hours duration!
.......he was the Father of the Chivalric Col. William Ward, who, with defiance on his tongue, in martial attitude, gloriously fell an untimely victim to the base treachery, and inhuman shot of Santa Anna, in the noble defense. of
Texan Liberty!
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