Monday, January 04, 2010

My Tyson Genealogy - Part 3

Did you notice in the last Tyson genealogy report all the interesting reads were in bold font? The same goes for this post.


Generation 3:

3. THOMAS4 TYSON (MATHIAS3, JOHN2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1698 in , Accomack Co, Va, and died 1780 in , Pitt Co, NC. He married SABRA MASON Abt. 1721 in , Beaufort Co, NC, daughter of JOHN MASON. She was born Abt. 1685 in , Beaufort Co, NC, and died 17804.

Notes for THOMAS TYSON:
Thomas received large a land grant in the area that was to become Pitt County, North Carolina.
Thomas and Sabra owned one of the plantations on Tyson's and Little Contentnea Creeks. - Elesa Hembree.
He served as a justice and helped organize St. Michael's & St. Churches of Bath County, North Carolina.

More About THOMAS TYSON:
Occupation: Cooper

Children of THOMAS TYSON and SABRA MASON are:
i. SUSANNA5 TYSON, b. Aft. 1716; d. Unknown.
ii. MASON TYSON, b. Aft. 1716; d. Unknown.
iii. JAMES TYSON4, b. Aft. 1721; d. Unknown.
10. iv. CORNELIUS TYSON, b. 22 Jan 1721/22, , Bath, NC; d. 10 Mar 1795, . Moore, NC.
11. v. JOHN TYSON, b. 1723, , Bath, NC; d. Abt. 1787, , Pitt, NC.
12. vi. THOMAS TYSON, JR., b. 1743, , Beaufort, NC; d. 1784, , Pitt, NC.


4. MOSES4 TYSON (MATHIAS3, JOHN2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1686 in , , NC, and died Abt. 1710.

Child of MOSES TYSON is:
13. i. AARON5 TYSON, b. Abt. 1710, , Hyde Co, NC; d. Jul 1781, , Hyde Co, NC.


5. EDWARD N.4 TYSON (MATHIAS3, JOHN2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1692 in , Accomack Co, Va, and died Unknown in , Hyde Co, NC. He married ANN 08 Aug 1719 in , , NC. She was born Abt. 1695, and died Unknown.

Notes for EDWARD N. TYSON:
Sometime between 1708-1711 Edward with his brothers, "freeholders in Wickham Precinct, Bath County" and others petitioned that a court be established in that Precinct, which became Hyde Precinct as early as 1711.
Edward is found listed in the 1715 Hyde County tax list as paying 15 shillings for one tithable and 150 cares of land. On August 8, 1719, Edward Tyson of Matchepungo river, Hyde Precinct, Bath County, "Shoemaker" sole 150 acres on the west side of Slades Creek to Edmond Tyson of the same place, being land patented by Edward Tyson in 1714. At the bottom of the deed Ann Tyson, wife of Edward, surrendered up her dower rights to Edmond Tyson. On May 18, 1733, Edward Tyson of Hyde Precinct bought 200 acres on Slades Creek, Hyde County, on the mouth of Tyson's Creek from his brother Samuel Tyson, of Beaufort Precinct, "being part of a tract of land the said Samuel Tyson formerly dwelt"
On October 20, 1743m Edward Tyson of Hyde County gave his wife Ann 100 acres, cows, calves, half his hogs, 2/3 of his sheep and 2/3 of his household effects and a mare with a "T" brand.
On September 1, 1746, Edward and Ann Tyson gave their son Daniel Tyson 100 acres in Hyde County of the east side of Matchepungo River, on the head of Fishing Creek. In addition they gave him 16 heads of cattle, 5 heads of sheep, a chest, and a handmill. On the same day he also deeded property to his sons, Mathias and Joshua, and daughter Hannah. To his sons went half of his cattle divided equally. Mathias received an iron pot and his cooper and carpenter tools. Joshua received an iron pot and shoemaker tools. Edward gave his daughter Hannah a feather bed and furniture, pots, a chest, a handmill, and pewter dishes- Jerry Barton Tyson

More About EDWARD N. TYSON:
Occupation: Shoemaker

Children of EDWARD TYSON and ANN are:
14. i. DANIEL5 TYSON, b. Aft. 1719, , , NC; d. Mar 1786, , Hyde Co, NC.
ii. MATHIAS TYSON, b. Aft. 1719, , , NC; d. Unknown.
iii. JOSHUA TYSON, b. Aft. 1719, , , NC; d. Unknown.
iv. HANNAH TYSON, b. Aft. 1719, , , NC; d. Unknown; m. URIAH COLLINS; b. Aft. 1719; d. Unknown.


6. CORNELIUS4 TYSON (MATHIAS3, JOHN2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1695 in , Accomack, Va, and died 1745 in , , NC. He married A MILLS, daughter of JOHN MILLS. She was born Abt. 1705, and died Unknown.

Notes for CORNELIUS TYSON:
Cornelius received large a land grant in the area that was to become Pitt County, North Carolina.
He served as justice of the area.

Children of CORNELIUS TYSON and A MILLS are:
15. i. CORNELIUS5 TYSON, JR., b. 1720, , , NC; d. 1789.
ii. RICHARD TYSON, b. Aft. 1720; d. Unknown.
iii. JOAB TYSON, b. Aft. 1720; d. 1825, , , Ga; m. ANNE JOYNER; b. Aft. 1720; d. Unknown.
16. iv. MOSES TYSON, b. 1721, , , NC; d. Unknown.
17. v. JOHN BAPTIST TYSON, b. 1722, , , NC; d. Aft. 1762.
18. vi. ABRAHAM TYSON, b. Abt. 1725; d. 1775, , Pitt, NC.
vii. MARY TYSON, b. 1745; d. Unknown.


7. SAMUEL4 TYSON (MATHIAS3, JOHN2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1696 in , , NC, and died 1736 in , Pitt, NC5. He married (1) ELIZABETH MAY. She was born Abt. 1700, and died Unknown. He married (2) MARGARET 16 Sep 1736 in , , NC. She was born Aft. 1700, and died Unknown.

Notes for SAMUEL TYSON:
In his father's will of 1710 was to receive "one tract ofland lying on the northside of a creek called Slades Creek and one cow yearling with all her increase.
On November 3, 1732/33, Samuel tyson of Beaufort precinct sold to Edward Tyson (his brother) of Hyde precinct 200 acres in Hyde precinct. Also, in 1733, Samuel of Hyde Precinct sold 48 acres on Greens Creek to John Davis of Hye Precinct. It appears from the records that Samuel sold his inheritance in Hyde County and settled in Beaufort County (now Pitt County).
Family tradition claims that Samuel was the first of Mathias Tyson's sons to move to what is now Pitt County. Sam's first acquisition was supposedly on "Sams Branch" near Falkland, Pitt County, and offshoot of Tyson;s Creek, also named for him.

Children of SAMUEL TYSON and ELIZABETH MAY are:
i. MAJOR5 TYSON.

More About MAJOR TYSON:
Burial: 1760

ii. SARAH TYSON, b. 1736; d. Unknown.


Children of SAMUEL TYSON and MARGARET are:
19. iii. MAJOR5 TYSON, b. Aft. 1736; d. 1760, , Pitt, NC.
iv. SARAH TYSON, b. Aft. 1736; d. Unknown.
v. MARGORA TYSON, b. Aft. 1736; d. Unknown.


8. EDMOND4 TYSON (MATHIAS3, JOHN2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1697 in , Accomack, Va, and died 23 May 1765 in , Hyde, NC. He married MARY. She was born Abt. 1695, and died Unknown.

Notes for EDMOND TYSON:
Edmond, received a large land grant in the area that was to become Pitt County, North Carolina.
Sept 13, 1734, Edmond sold his plantation of Slades Creek to William Davis, being part of the land sold to him by his brother Samuel

More About EDMOND TYSON:
Burial: Hyde County Cemetery, Hyde Co., NC

Children of EDMOND TYSON and MARY are:
20. i. AARON5 TYSON, SR., b. Aft. 1710; d. Unknown.
21. ii. SAMUEL TYSON, b. Aft. 1710; d. Unknown.
iii. WILLIAM TYSON, b. Aft. 1710; d. Unknown; m. MARY; b. Aft. 1710; d. Unknown.
22. iv. EDMOND TYSON, JR., b. Aft. 1710; d. Unknown.
23. v. GEORGE TYSON, b. Aft. 1710, , , NC; d. Unknown, , Pitt, NC.
24. vi. JONATHAN TYSON, b. Aft. 1710; d. 1796, , Pitt, NC.
vii. SUSANNA TYSON, b. Aft. 1710; d. Unknown.
25. viii. MOSES TYSON, b. 12 Jul 1728; d. 15 May 1803.


9. SUSANNAH4 TYSON (MATHIAS3, JOHN2, UNKNOWN1) was born 16 Jul 1701 in , Pitt, NC, and died 08 Aug 1785 in Greenville, Pitt, NC. She married COL JOHN HARDEE 17286. He was born 17076, and died 1784.

Notes for SUSANNAH TYSON:
The gravestones of Susannah, her husband John HARDEE, and her son Isacc HARDEE stand near 10th Street in Greenville, North Carolina.


More About SUSANNAH TYSON:
Burial: near 10th Street w/husband and son Isaac, Greenville, NC

Notes for COL JOHN HARDEE:
John HARDEE received a large land grants in the area that was to become Pitt County, North Carolina.
The first courts of Pitt County were held in the Hardee home. The first pillory, stocks, and prison were on his lands.
His allegiance to England must have been close, for he is buried under the name of John Hardee, Esq. - a typical British custom for those of importance.
There is little direct importance connected with his leadership of troops during the Revolution, as he was 88 years old in 1775, and died soon after the surrender of Lord Cornwallis. The part he played seems to more of a political than military nature, pleading for funds.

His old home stood for many years. It was a large two-story house wiith a large hall and winding stairway of that period of English architecture. It fell to decay and was removed in 1926 and a small one-story house was erected on the site.
- website, PITT COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA.

More About COL JOHN HARDEE:
Burial: near 10th Street w/wife and son Isaac, Greenville, NC

Children of SUSANNAH TYSON and JOHN HARDEE are:
i. ISAAC5 HARDEE, b. 22 May 1734, , Pitt Co, NC; d. 09 Jan 1760, Greenville, Pitt Co, NC; m. CASSANDRA SMITH, 1755, , Pitt Co, NC.

Notes for ISAAC HARDEE:
The gravestones of Isacc HARDEE and his parents stand near 10th Street in Greenville, North Carolina.

ii. PENELOPE HARDEE, b. Aft. 1728; d. Unknown; m. JOHN SIMPSON; b. 01 Mar 1727/28, , , Ma; d. 1788.

Notes for JOHN SIMPSON:
John Simpson was one of the delegates sent to the pre-Revolutionary Provincal Congress from Pitt County in 1774. He later became a General in the American Revolution. -Elesa Hembree
John Simpson was one of the outstanding men of his day in North Carolina, having held many public offices at the behest of Governors Tryon and Martin and by the support of the citizens of the county. He was a member of the Committee on Public Safety, and its chairman. He was a Colonel in the militia and a Brigadier General and was one of the few men who attended all four Provinccial Congresses. He served as Pitt County's first Sheriff. He named Pitt County afer his friend, Lord Pitt, and his Colonial home was called "Chattain" after his estate in England. - website, PITT COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA.

iii. SUSANNAH HARDEE, b. 1729, , Pitt Co, NC; d. Unknown; m. (1) ABRAHAM ENLOE; m. (2) MAJOR CROOM II.
iv. JEMIMA HARDEE, b. 1731, , Pitt Co, NC; d. Unknown; m. DAVID SMITH.
v. SAMUEL HARDEE, b. 1735, , Pitt Co, NC; d. Unknown; m. MARY SUTTON, 1756, ?.
vi. ELIZABETH HARDEE, b. 01 Jan 1737/38, , Pitt Co, NC; d. 05 Mar 1805, , Pitt Co, NC; m. JOHN SIMPSON, 1753, , Pitt Co, NC.
vii. THOMAS HARDEE, b. Aft. 1728; d. Unknown; m. MARY BARRON.
viii. JOHN HARDEE, b. 04 Nov 1742, , Pitt Co, NC; d. 03 Apr 1803, Hazard Neck, Camden Co, Ga; m. CAROLYN T. ALDRICH.

More About JOHN HARDEE:
Deed: Granted 1360 acres of land at Hazzard Neck because Rev War
Military service: Continental Army in Revolutionary War

ix. MARY HARDEE, b. Aft. 1728; d. Unknown.
x. JOSEPH HARDEE, b. Abt. 1744; d. Bef. 1798.
xi. EDITH HARDEE, b. Aft. 1728, , Pitt Co, NC; d. Unknown.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have any further information about John Hardee, the younger and his descendants? My great-grandfather was William L. Hardy, born March 3, 1829 in Georgia. I have info on John Hardee, but nothing past the dates of birth and death of his three children. My grandfather was John Jefferson Hardy, born in Dothan, Alabama in 1862. Trying to fill in the blanks.

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Blogger Eddie said...

Anonymous,

No, I'm sorry, all the information I have I posted on the blog.

3:37 PM  

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