Hadleys of Surry County, NC

Here are the raw data, uninterpreted. I hope this helps your research.

Here’s a quick write up about the county:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surry_County,_North_Carolina

Simon Hadley (d. 1803) and Bridget Foote Hadley (d. 1807) and their daughter Ann Hadley Leakey (Lakey) are our direct line. Be careful not to confuse him with his son of the same name, Simon (d. 1831).

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Hadleys of Orange Co, NC

Patience Brown and Joshua Hadley

Simon Hadley and Bridget Foote

Ann Hadley and Thomas Leakey

DEEDS, GRANTS, AND PATENTS

11 August 1778

David Crafford enters 200 acs beginning north fork of Deep Cr., beginning at Thomas Headley’s (sic) old line, north side of said creek, running north thence west, including his improvement for complement (459)

12 August 1778

Jacob Ferree enters 500 acs. on north fork of Deep Cr. joining line with Simon Hedley (sic), lying on south side of his line, being the improvement he now lives on (514)

21 December 1778

Simon Hadley enters 640 acs. on both sides of Deep Cr. adj. Jacob Ferree, Ambrose Bramblet, David Crafford, Edmond Bailey, including his improvement for quanitity (1080)

21 December 1778

Edmond Bailey enters 100 acs on branch of north fork of Deep Cr. adj. Simon Hadley, including his improvement for quantity (1081)

12 May 1779

David Crafford enters 100 acs. on north fork of Deep Cr. adj. Simon Headley (sic) and Greenberry Patterson, including the same (1598)

3 April 1780

Simon Hadley granted 640 acs. on both sides of south fork of Deep Cr.; agreed lines with Thomas Bagely and David Crafford, crossing Mill Cr. (B 12-13)

3 April 1780

Ambrose Bramlett granted 640 acs. mouth of branch of Mill Cr. adj. Greenberry Patterson, Simon Hadley; agreed line with Jacob Free and George Hoppes (Hoppis) (B 20-21)

3 April 1780

David Crafford granted 200 acs. north fork Deep Cr. adj. Simon Hadley; agreed line with Thomas Holcomb (B 139-40)

14 August 1782

John Colvard, one of the bailiffs Michael Moore, Esq., sheriff to Henry Speer (land lost by Jacob Rree (sic) and wife Rachel to satisfy Michael Hunderson in judgment for 13,320 pounds), 24,000 pounds, 500 acs. on north fork of Deep Cr. agreed lines with Samuel Shinn and Peter Mires; agreed lines with Francis Baker; adj, Hadley; agreed lines with Ambrose Bramble; agreed lines with George Hoppes; crossing Hoppes Cr. Robert Lanier} William Thornton} William Hughlett} signed Matthew Moore sheriff (B 172-73)

11 December 1783

Simon Hadley to Thomas Hadley, 5 shillings 310 acs. on north fork of Deep Cr., adj. Hadley on north; Henry Speer} Thomas Johnson} signed Simon Hadley (B 295-96)

8 January 1787

John Pettyjohn to Thomas Hadley 21 pounds, 10 shillings; 43 acs. branch of Deep Cr. adj. 200 granted said Pettyjohn; John Martin, Simon Hadley Sr. John X Pettyjohn (D 46-47)

23 August 1787

David Cranford to Joseph Hinshaw, Randolph Co. 120 pounds; 100 acs. on Deep Cr. adj. Hadley and Thomas Holcomb (D 39-40)

9 November 1787

Simon Hadley granted 200 acs on north fork of Deep Cr. (C 381)

28 March 1788

Thomas Holcomb to Abraham Reese, 8 pounds 100 acs on north side of Deep Cr. land granted to Thomas Holcomb by state 9 Aug. 1787; Simon Hadley} Greenberry Patterson} signed Thomas Holcomb (D 197-98)

6 August 1788

James Jones Sr. to James Jones Jr.5 pounds, 594 acs. north fork Deep Cr.; Greenberry Patterson} Simon Hadley} signed James Jones Sr. (D 165)

29 September 1788

Thomas Hadley (sic) enters 100 acs. on waters of Forbis’s Cr. border: his own land surveyed to Stephen Jaynes and William Adams; includes small improvement made by Elijah Carlton (326)

18 May 1789

NC grants Simon Hadley 200 acs. on waters Deep Cr. land adj. Johnson, said Hadley, crossing Sanders Br. (E 2)

18 May 1789

NC grants John Durham 400 acs. waters Deep Cr. near Round Hill; adj. Abraham Reese, agreed line John Calton (sic), Thomas Hadley, head spring on Strickling Br. and Big Br. (E 19)

22 June 1789

William More and wife Margaret to John Sugart, 15 pounds 100 acs. McFee’s Cr.; Simon Hadley} William Adams} William X Sugart} signed Willaim Moore, Margaret X Moore (D 458)

22 June 1789

William Moore and wife Margaret to John Sugart, 15 pounds, 100 acs. McFee’s Cr.; Simon Hadley} William Adams} William X Sugart; signed William Moore, Margaret X Moore (D 458-59)

11 August 1789

John Durham, “now residing in Surry Co. to Jacob Dobbins, 170 pounds 300 acs, waters north fork Deep Cr., near Round Hill, small gut in Abraham Reese’s line, adj. John Calton (sic), Thomas Hadley, and Strickland; Simon Hadley} Lindsay X Calton; signed John Durham (D 202-03)

11 August 1789

John Durham, Spartanburg, SC, to Lindsay Carlton, 10 pounds 100 acs., Round Hill, water of north fork Deep Cr. granted said Durham 18 May 1789; Simon Hadley} Jacob Dobbins} signed John Durham (D 451-52)

24 February 1790

Simon Hadley to Thomas Hinshaw, 26 pounds 100 acs. on north fork of Deep Cr.; John Hinshaw} Simon Hadley} signed Simon Hadley (D 450-451)

24 February 1790

Simon Hadley to John Hinshaw, 25 pounds 100 acs. waters north fork of Deep Cr. adj. Johnson and Hadley; Thomas Hinshaw} Simon Hadley Jr.} signed Simon Hadley (D 453)

3 March 1790

William Adams enters 54 acs. on Forbis’s Cr.; border: Thomas Hadley and himself (420)

26 May 1790

Thomas Hadley enters 60 acs. on north fork of Deep Cr.; border: Justice Reynolds and himself (435)

3 June 1790

Henry Speer and wife Rachel to Robert Johnson Stokes Co., 500 pounds, 500 acs., north fork Deep Cr. adj. Samuel Shinn, Peter Miers, Simon Hadley, George Hoppis, Francis Baker, Hoppis Cr. being land granted Jacob Feree; Henry Patillo} William Hough} William Adams Jr.} signed Henry Speer and Rachel Speer (D 71-72)

3 January 1791

Ambrose Bramlett to James Vestal, 82 pounds, 10 shillings, 165 acs. both side north fork of Deep Cr. adj. Mouth Mill Cr. adj. Greenberry Patterson, Simon Hadley and Iron Works Road; Daniel Vestal, David X Vestal, James X Vestal, signed Ambrose Bramlett (E 140)

3 January 1792

Simon Hadley to Richard Brown, 30 pounds, 100 acs. on north fork Deep Cr. adj. Simon Hadley and Thomas Hadley; William Adams} Joseph Hinshaw} signed Simon Hadley (E 166-67)

10 February 1792

Simon Hadley to Moses Adams, 30 pound 100 acs. on north fork of Deep Cr. adj. John Hinshaw; land granted to Hadley 9 Aug. 1789; Joseph Finney} John X Vestal; signed Simon Hadley (E 270)

26 October 1792

May Holcomb enters 50 acs on north fork of Deep Cr.; border: Joseph Hinshaw, Jacob Dobbins, and Thomas Hadley; transferred to Joseph Hinshaw (543)

15 February 1793

Joseph Finney enters 60 acs. on Deep Cr.; border: Thomas Hadley and Edward Bass; includes his improvements (584)

16 November 1795

Henry Speer enters 60 acs. on Forbis’s Cr.; border: Edward Bass, Joseph Finney, and Thomas Hadley (1514)

8 February 1799

Simon Hadley Sr. of Surry County, to Simon Hadley Jr. of Surry, 90 pounds current money, 100 acres on waters of North Fork on Deep Cr. ; signed Thomas Hadley, Simon Hadley Sr. proved in Surry Co. court by Joel Lakey (DB H, p. 118)

11 Feb 1799

Simon Hadley Sr. of Surry to Joel Lakey of Surry, 50 pounds current money, 200 acres on waters of McAfee’s Cr. adj. Aaron Speer; entered by James Jones and conveyed along to Simon Hadley; signed Thomas Hadley, Simon Hadley Sr. Simon Hadley Jr. proved in Surry Co. court by Simon Hadley Jr. (DB H 118)

MARRIAGES

9 January 1786

Simon Hadley and Mary Spenser; bond: John Martain

2 November 18—

Thomas Winfry and Mary Hadley; bond: Joel Burch

28 December 1802

Abraham Reece and Ruth Hadley; bond: Joel Reece

____ 1806

Elizabeth Hadley and Moses Brown

15 April 1807

Jesse Reece and Peggy Hadley; bond: Abraham Reece

10 November 1808

William Hobson and Bidey Hadley; bond: Benjamin Hutchens

12 April 1812

George Reynolds and Mary Hadley; bond: Thomas Reynolds

24 February 1816

Charles David and Bridget Hadley; bond: John Hickmon

7 July 1817

George Creson and Unius Hadley; bond: Thomas Kelly

26 July 1819

Ezra Davis and Ellenor Hadley; bond: Jacob Davis

22 November 1819

William Reynolds and Patience Hadley; bond: Jesse Reece

25 September 1820

James Speer and Elizabeth Hadley; bond: Isaac Calliway

22 September 1828

Spenser Hadley and Caroline Wilson; bond: George Raynolds

17 October 1834

Abigail Hadley and Jacob Brown; bond: Moses Brown

21 December 1837

Jean Hadley (?) and Miley Burrus; bond: Wm. Auberry

24 May 1838

James Cook and Eliza Vest; bond: John S. Hadley

30 December 1839

John S. Hadley and ________; bond: Hiram Lovil

21 December 1844

Joseph W. Carter and Abigail Reynolds; bond: Spencer Hadley

COURT MINUTES

Note: Thomas Hadley achieved prominence in Surry County, as an esquire and judge. He appears so often in that capacity that he has not been included here (too many times!).

11 February 1779

Simon Hadley is called to serve on the jury second Monday in May (Stephen Clayton is on list too)

14 May 1781: Richmond

Simon Hadley and Thomas Hadley, Jr. swear an oath that John Holcomb, decd. made his last will and testament

17 November 1786

Simon Hadley and Thomas Hadley (and Samuel Calloway) are ordered to view the road from Hill’s Iron Works on Elkins to begin near Henderson’s old place, road leads from Scritchfield Ford to Shallowford above John Martin near Chestnut Hill

13 February 1787

Deed from John Pettyjohn to Thomas Hadley; oath John Martin

16 February 1788

Ordered that Thomas Hadley be overseer on road from MacAnally’s Ford to Reuben George’s old place, in room (place) of Thomas Neil

10 November 1801

Joel Lakey’s deed to Thomas Thornton was proved in open court by affirmation of Simon Hadley Sr. and ordered to be registered; $6.00 paid

9 February 1802

Ordered by the court that David Harvey Richard Campbell, son of John Campbell, who has absconded from his family for upwards two years past, aged five years, the 20th Jan’y the last past be bound unto Simon Hadley until he be 21 years of age to learn the art of a farmer; the said Simon Hadley agrees one year’s schooling and ten pounds in money and usual freedom clothing; $6.00 paid

11 May 1802

Simon Hadley is on jury to investigate the final accounts of Matthew Moore v. Hall Hudson, admin.; def. owes £13.11.6, plus costs

11 August 1802

Ordered by the court that seven-year-old Ann Campbell, daughter of John and Sarah Campbell, be bound to Simon Hadley Sr., until she reaches 18; the said Simon Hadley Sr. agrees to give her one year of schooling, one flax spinning wheel, and new suit of freedom clothes, besides her other clothing $6.00 paid

17 February 1803

Simon Hadley and others are appointed to serve on a jury at next court

9 May 1803

Simon Hadley and others are to be fined an unspecified amount for missing out on jury duty

10 May 1803

Simon Hadley is one of several witnesses

10 May 1803

Simon Hadley’s last will and testament, decd. proved by the affirmation of Daniel Huff and Moses Adams, two witnesses thereto; Thomas and Simon Hadley qualified according to law; letters testamentary issued; $8.00 paid

11 May 1803

Thomas Hadley to serve on a jury

11 May 1803

David Harvey Richard Campbell, an orphan formerly bound to Simon Hadley, decd., now to be bound to Thomas Hadley, Esq., until he arrives unto 21 years old; Thomas agrees to abide by the terms of the former indenture that have not already been performed

11 May 1803

Uriah Dean, son of Fanny Dean, a base born child formerly bound to Simon Hadley, decd. is to be bound to Thomas Hadley, Esq., until he reaches age of 21; all terms of the previous indenture to be fulfilled; the boy was 6 years old the first of Sept. 1791; he was to receive one year of schooling, a horse and saddle worth £12 and a new suit of clothes at his freedom; and he is to learn the art of farming

11 May 1803

Ordered that Ann Campbell, daughter of John and Sarah Campbell, formerly bound unto Simon Hadley, decd., now be bound to Simon Hadley, son of deceased, until she reaches 18 years old; Simon Hadley is to comply in every respect with the former indenture; the girl was bound over in 1802 court May or August; the boy in 1802

13 November 1804

A deed from John Ashkew to Simon Lakey; Henry Speer, who is well acquainted with the handwriting of Simon Hadley, now decd., one of the subscribing witnesses to the deed, believes that Simon Hadley had signed the deed, which is ordered to be good and registered

10 February 1808

Last will and testament of Bridget Hadley, decd., was proven in open court by the affirmation of William Hough and William Hinshaw, two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded; no executor qualified

10 February 1808

Inventory and appraisement of estate of Bridget Hadley, decd., was returned to court by Aaron Speer and ordered to be recorded

5 May 1808

Thomas Hadley, Esq. is qualified to be the executor of will of Bridget Hadley, decd., the will being approved last court

Feb 12, 1810 (Mon.)

Thomas Hadley serves on a jury for the superior court, this March

Feb 18, 1810 (Fri.)

Simon Hadley affirms the deed from Richard Bray to Ann Lakey, proven in open court

May 19, 1810 (Sat.)

Thomas Hadley is judge, with Thos. A. Word and David Thomason

Nov. 15, 1810 (Thu.)

Thomas Hadley is judge, along with Jonathan Haines, David Thomason, Jesse McKenney

May 16, 1811 (Thu.)

Following justices be appointed to take in the list of taxable property for the year 1811: Ambrose Chappell, Esq., for Capt. Hatley’s District

Aug. 12, 1811 (Mon.)

Thomas Hadley is judge, along with Daniel Bills, David Thomas

Feb. 10, 1812 (Mon.)

Thomas Hadley is a judge, along with Jesse McKenney and Thomas Perkey

Feb. 10, 1812 (Mon.)

Joshua Hadley is ordered to serve on jury for the first Mon. in March, at Superior Court

Feb. 10, 1812 (Mon.)

Simon Hadley is ordered to serve on jury at Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in Rockford

May 12, 1812 (Tue.)

Simon Hadley serves on grand jury

May 12, 1812 (Tue.)

Simon Hadley serves on jury in matter of Reuben Grant’s Admrs v. Abraham Stow; jury finds for Def’t.

May 15, 1812 (Fri.)

These persons are appointed to take in the lists of taxables for the year 1812: Capt. Hadley and Ambrose Chappel, Esq.

Aug. 11, 1812 (Tue.)

Thomas Hadley, Esq. and Daniel Liverton, Esqs. And Moses Brown be appointed a committee to settle with the admr. Of John McCollum decd. and make report to next court

Feb 10, 1813 (Wed.)

Josiah Hadley receives bond from James Roughton to renew his bond and qualified acc. to law

Feb. 10, 1813 (Wed.)

Josiah Hadley came into court and took oath of office of justice of the peace, agreeable to his Excellency William Hawkins

Feb. 12, 1813 (Fri.)

Joshua Hadley proves in open court deed from Robert Brooks to John Cheiser

May 11, 1813 (Tue.)

Thomas Hadley, Thomas Wright, George D. Holcomb and Edwin Chaffin are judges

May 12, 1813 (Wed.)

Ordered by the court that the following persons be appointed to take in the list of taxables for the year 1813: In Capt. Hadley’s District: Josiah Hadley

May 14, 1813 (Fri.)

Thomas Hadley, Thomas Wright, Matthew M. Hughes, and Charles Taliaferro, Esq. are judges

May 14, 1813 (Fri.)

Josiah Hadley proves in open court a deed from James Davis to Isaac Windsor

Nov 10, 1813 (Wed.)

Thomas A. Word, Thomas Hadley, David Thomason are judges

Feb. 15, 1814 (Tue.)

Hardy Wells is appointed constable who entered into bond with Josiah Hadley and William Wright, his securities acc. to law.

Feb. 16, 1814 (Wed.)

Josiah Hadley, George D. Holcomb, Davis Thomas, and Jesse Franklin and Obadiah Martin are judges

May 12, 1814 (Thu.)

Daniel Bills Esq. who was unanimously elected treasurer of public buildings came into court and entered into bond with Carter Hudspeth and Daniel Liverton his sec. who were approved of by the court then present, who consisted of James Bryson, Thomas Hadley and Edwin Chaffin

May 13, 1814 (Fri.)

Ordered by the court that they following persons be appointed to take the lists of taxables for the year 1814: Capt. Hadley’s District: Josiah Hadley

Feb. 14, 1815 (Tue.)

Josiah Hadley is an esquire judge, along with Jonathan Haines, George D. Holcomb

Aug. 15, 1815 (Tue.)

The nuncupative will of James Jones, decd., was produced in open court and proved by the oath of Dougal McMickle and the affirmation of John Dobbins; Thomas Hadley the executor therein named is qualified

Nov. 15, 1815 (Wed.)

Thomas Hadley is ordered to serve on jury at the next court in March term 1816

Feb. 14, 1816 (Wed.)

Moses Brown is appointed constable who entered into bond with Thomas Hadley and Joseph Hickmond, Jr.

Feb. 17, 1816 (Sat.)

Simon Hadley is ordered to serve on jury for May term 1816

May 14, 1816 (Tue.)

Ordered that Caleb Jessop, Simon Hadley, and William Foote be released from serving as jurors at this term

May 16, 1816 (Thu.)

Ordered by the court, overseen by Jesse Franklin, John McGlemery, Edward Sweatt, and Josiah Hadley, that the following person be and they are hereby appointed to take in the lists of taxables for the year 1816: in Capt. Calloway’d District, Wm Burch, Esq.; in Capt. Jones’s District, Josiah Hadley, Esq.

May 16, 1816 (Thu.)

John Wright was elected sheriff, and he comes into court and enters three bonds, one for sheriff and two for collection of taxes with Thomas Wright, Daniel McBride, Josiah Hadley, and Samuel Speer

May 17, 1816 (Fri.)

Josiah Hadley is ordered to serve on jury in Superior Court Sept. term 1816

Aug. 15, 1816 (Thu.)

A deed from Simon Hadley to Clement Hill was proved in open court by the oath of Daniel Liverton

Feb. 12, 1817 (Wed.)

John Money is appointed constable who entered into bond with Philip Holcomb and Josiah Hadley

May 13, 1817 (Tue.)

Ordered by the court that Thomas Wright, Josiah Hadley, and Hardy Wells or any two of them be appointed a committee to settle with Jacob Nixon adm. Of Joseph Nixon, decd., and make report to next court

May 14, 1817 (Wed.)

Thomas Longino v. Thomas Hadley, executor of James Jones

May 15, 1817 (Thu.)

Ordered by the court that the following justices be appointed to take in the list of taxable property for the year 1817: In Capt. Jones’s District, Josiah Hadley

May 16, 1817 (Fri.)

Thomas Williams v. Stangeman Hutchens—ordered by the court that the following person, to wit, William Foote, Peter Clingman, Solomon Philips, Thomas Hadley, and James Calloway be appointed commissioners together with Thomas Wright, surveyor to processions the land in dispute, etc.

May 16, 1817 (Fri.)

Ordered by the court that George D. Holcomb, Josiah ____ (?) and Daniel Liverton, Esqs., or any two of them be appointed a committee to settle with Leroy Holcomb, guardian etc. and make report to next court

May 16, 1817 (Fri.)

A deed from Isaac Windsor to Enos Windsor was duly proved in open court by the oath of Josiah Hadley and ordered to be registered

Nov. 12, 1817 (Wed.)

Thomas Longino v. Thomas Hadley exr. Of James Jones; we the jury find for the def’t; James Calloway a witness for def’t proves 8 days and 42 miles

Nov. 14, 1817 (Fri.)

Ordered that Thomas Wright, Josiah Hadley, and Hardy Wells, Esqs., or any two of them be appointed a committee to settle with the admin. of Shadrack Holdomb, decd. and make report to next court

Nov. 14, 1817 (Fri.)

The court proceeded to draw jurors to the Superior Court at March term 1818, Samuel Calloway … and Josiah Hadley

Feb. 13, 1818 (Fri.)

Ordered by the court that Thomas Wright, Josiah Hadley, and Hardy Wells, Esqs., or any two of them be appointed a committee to settle with the admins. of Shadrack Holcomb, decd. and make report to next court

Nov. 12, 1819 (Fri.)

The court proceeded to draw jurors to serve at the next Superior Court to be held for the county of Surry on the first Monday in March next: Thomas Hadley
…………………………………….
15 November 1831

The last will and testament of Simon Hadley, decd. was proved in open court by the affirmation of Joseph Key and Wm Hobson, subscribing witnesses; George Reynolds is an executor; fee of $1.00 paid

TAX LISTS

1774

Capt. Samuel Freeman’s District

Simon and Thomas Hadley polled at two

1815

Simon Hadley’s land adjoins widow Carter’s land on Deep Cr. in Capt. Peter Dowel’s District

Thomas Hadley, Esq. has 600 acs. and adjoins Simon Hadley’s land on Deed Cr.; his land also adjoins Thomas Dobbins’ land; Hadley’s land is valued at $2000; 1 white polled and two blacks

Simon Hadley 450 acs. and adjoins Thomas Hadley’s land on Deep Cr.; valued at $1000; 1 white polled, no blacks

T. Hadley’s land adjoins Jesse Patterson’s land on Deep Cr.

S. Hadley’s land adjoins Thomas Vestal’s land on Deep Cr.

1816

Thomas Hadley’s land adjoins Cason McLennon’s land on Turner’s Cr.

Thomas Hadley’s land adjoins Thomas Dobbins’ land on Deep Cr.

Thomas Hadley has 660 acs. on Deep Cr., adjoining Simon Hadley’s land, valued at $1800. 1 white and 2 blacks polled

Simon Hadley has 330 acs. on Deep Cr. adjoining Thomas Hadley’s land, valued at $750, 1 white polled

Thomas Hadley’s land adjoins that of Jesse Patterson on Deep Cr.

Simon Hadley’s land adjoins that of Thomas Vestal on Deep Cr.

1835

Capt. Carter’s District

S. Hadley’s land adjoins William Hobson’s land on Deep Cr.

Stephen Hadley has 345 acs. valued at $830, adjoining the land of E. Carter on Deep Cr. one white, no blacks polled

PROBATE ABSTRACTS

1 March 1803

Simon Hadley’s will
Son Thomas to have 310 acs off home place
Son Simon Jr. to have 330 acs I now live on
Four daughters: son-in-law Thomas Lakey and wife Ann; son-in-law Francis Baker and wife Patience; son-in-law John Martin and wife Margaret; son-in-law Joseph Martin and wife Ruth
Grandsons: John and Simon Martin, sons of John Marshall, to have 200 acs adj. George Holcomb on Deep Cr.
Executors: sons Thomas and Simon
Wit: Joshua Hadley, Daniel Hough, Moses Adams
Proved: Hough and Adams
Source: Vol. 3, p. 57

17 May 1803

Bridget Hadley’s will, widow of Simon Hadley, decd.
Sons: Thomas and Simon to 1 English crown
Daughters: Ann Lackey, Patience Baker, Margaret Martin, Ruth Marshall
Witnesses: William Hough, William Hinshaw, John Stanfield
Executors: Thomas Stanfield and son-in-law Joseph Marshall
Proved: Hough and Hinshaw
Source: vol. 3, p. 85a

21 March 1816

Will of Aaron Speer

Lman. C. Callaway, Samuel Callaway and John Callaway witness will
Proved: Samuel Callaway
Abstractor notes that son James J. Speer married Elizabeth Hadley 25 Sept. 1820
Source: Vol. 33, p. 122a

17 August 1822

Will of Thomas Hadley
Daughter Sarah, wife of Thomas Holaday
Hadley Reese to have 14 acs bought of Thomas Doolin
All my children
Executors: sons-in-law Daniel Reese and William Holson
Wit: Joseph Key, Sr., Elizabeth X Speer
Vol. 3, p. 155

SOURCES

W. O Absher, Surry County, North Carolina Abstracts Book D (1779-1790), North Wilkesboro, NC, privately published, 1976

—. Surry County, North Carolina Abstracts Book E (1799-1793), North Wilkesboro, NC, privately published, 1976)

—. Surry County, North Carolina Abstracts Deed Books A, B, C (1770-1788), rev. ed. Easley, SC: Southern Historical P, 1981.

—. and R. K. Hayes, Surry County, North Carolina Court Minute Abstracts, (1768-1789), vols. 1 and 2, Easley, SC: Southern Historical P, 1985.

Iris Moseley Harvey, Surry County. North Carolina 1816 Tax Lists, privately published, no date.

— and Agnes M. Wells, Surry County, North Carolina, Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, vol. IX (9), 1829-1832, published privately, no date.

—, Surry County, NC Court Minutes, 1801-1804, vol. 3, published privately, 1992.

—, Surry County, NC Court Minutes, 1805-1809, vol. 4, published privately, 1993.

—, Surry County, North Carolina, County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, vol. 5, 1810-1814, Mount Airy, NC: privately published, 1993.

—, Surry County, North Carolina County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, vol. 6: 1815-1819, Mount Airy, NC: privately published, 1994.

Brent H. Holcomb, Marriages of Surry County, North Carolina, 1779-1868, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1982.

Jo White Linn, Surry County, North Carolina Wills, 1771-1827, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1992.

A. B. Pruitt, Ph.D., Abstracts of Land Entries, Surry Co, NC, 1784-1795, privately published 1984.

Carol Leonard Snow, Taxables in Surry County, North Carolina for the Year 1835, Toast, NC: self-published, 1990.

Agnes M. Wells and Iris M. Harvey, Surry County, North Carolina, 1815 Tax List, Raleigh, N.C., privately published, 1990.

—, Virginia G. Philips, and Carol J. Leonard, Joseph Winston His Entry Book, Surry County, NC, Land Entries, 1778-1781, privately published, 1987.

Carl J. York, “Surry Co., NC, Taxables: 1774 and 1775,” North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, vol. XXVI, no. 2, May 2000.

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