Friday, February 05, 2010

My Tyson Genealogy - Part 9

This whole report today is focused on one person, my Great-great-great-great grandfather Job Tyson. He had an interesting life. As a young man or teenager he played some sort prank on the occupying British soldiers, which, at times of war, things like that was punishable by death. For some unknown reason General Cornwallis pardoned him - which apparently caused some family members and neighbors think he went over to the other side to become a Troy. Which, he evidently had to get written statements to prove otherwise.

34. JOB6 TYSON (JOHN5, THOMAS4, MATHIAS3, JOHN2, UNKNOWN1) was born Bef. 1760 in , Pitt, NC, and died 1803 in Hancock or Oglethorpe, Ga. He married DELITHA STANTON, daughter of JAMES STANTON and ELIZABETH THWEATT. She was born Bef. 1770, and died Bef. 1803.

Notes for JOB TYSON:
Branded a Tory? Frederick TYSON (brother) signed a petition for Job TYSON, classified as Tory.

North Carolina Colonial Records, Vol 16, pages 580-81 shows the following:
Petition from Pitt Co., NC, Martainborough, 1 Apr 1782. For pardon for Mr. Job TYSON (who broke his parole from Lord Cornwallis and went to South Carolina). Signed by numerous citizens including Aaron TISON, Frederick TISON, Cornelius TISON, William TISON, Jonathan TISON, and many others.

Leonardo Andrea File, page 6, #32:
A petition signed 1st day of April 1782 re Job TYSON, now a resident in the State of South Carolina and who desired to return to his home in Pitt Co., NC.

"Job TYSON as a very young man had taken a brave part in the Revolution with the American forces, etc., etc. When Charleston was captured, Job TYSON took a parole from Lord Cornwallis and because of that, he was now classified as a Tory"

The petition was to allow Job TYSON to visit his family in Pitt Co., NC and to take from his name the stigma of being a Tory.

"Land Deed Genealogy of Hancock County, Georgia", compiled by Helen & Tim
Marsh. Greenville, SC: Southern Historical Press, Inc. c1997. page 253.

Page 159: 21st January 1800. Nicholas Huse and Ana Huse of Washington County to John Grigg of Hancock County for the sum of eight hundred dollars for a tract of land in Hancock County on a branch of Fort Creek, containing two hundred acres and adjoining William Grigg's line and along Arrington (illigible) line and by Job Tyson's line to Epps Brown's line and by Cain's
land. Signed by Nicholas Hughes and Anne Huse. Wit: Wm. Grigg and Seth
Kennedy. Reg: 2nd May 1801.
Hancock Co., Ga. Deed Book E (1798-1802)

1790 Census, Page #: 147
Pitt Co. NC
Ages in household: 01-03-02-00-00 (rethink )
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NC Colonial Records
"Petition from Pitt County.
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To His Excellency Thos. Burke, Exqr., Governor of the State of North Carolina, and the Honourable Gentlemen of the Council:
The Petition of the Inhabitants of Pitt County Humbly Sheweth: That Mr. Job Tyson having taken a Parole from Lord Cornwallis as he was passing through this State and hath not acted an Inimical part against it, so far as to take up Arms, but he being young and apprehensive, that his conduct was sufficient to bring him to severe punishment, left this State and went into South Carolina so that he being ignorant of the Several Proclamations offered to Delinquents could not Avail himself thereof.

And as the sd. Job Tyson had before taken an active part in Defence of this State and freely Turned out as a Volunteer in Defence of this State when the British first Reduced Charlestown and a person intirely young, and we doubting not but if he Should be received again as a Citizen but that he will become a useful member of Society. We, the Subscribers, do hereby recommend & Humbly Petition to your Excellency & Honour to Pardon him, not Doubting in the least but that his Conduct hereafter will prove Sufficient to merit the approbation of all good Citizens."

Martinborough, April 1st, 1782.
John Hardee, J. P., Jonathan, Aaron, Wm., Frederick Tison
James May, George Sugg 47 names in all
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New entry April 15th, 1782

"Permitted Job Tison to repair to any Continental Officer to enlist for twelve months or otherwise to furnish a substitute.

Major McCauley will be so good as to send a messenger for the County Commissioner unless he can be assured that he will be in very early in the morning.

If the Major can appoint a discreet man to borrow some provisions for the troops I will take care that the Commissary General shall replace it in kind received of an equal quantity." End for that day.

Source: Land Deed Genealogy of Hancock County, Ga. by Van Schaick 1997

Georgia Tax Digests, 1789-1799

TISON, JOB HA/ra (County/district) 1794 (Year) 033 (Page)
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Job Tyson info (con't)

Source: Some Ga. Co. Records Vol 4 by Lucas Page 296
Wills
Pages 123-125. Will of Willis Whatley dated 1 May 1799 land on Green Brier Creek in Greene Co.
Wit: Job Tison, Zerob. Williamson, Sarah (+) Basor
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Source: Some Ga. Co. Records Vol 4 by Lucas Page 327

"Pages 163-167. JOB TISON, dec'd. Inventory dated 29 Dec. 1803. Negroes named: Lucy $250, Rachel $400, Aggey $400, Edey $325, Philip $450, Wil-----$450, Isaac $450, Joel $450 Ne---$300, Dinah $250, Aaron $225, M-----$200, Fi------$75, Br-----$150, Mary $150. Several counterpins, bolsters, curtains, quilts, nice furniture and dishes, dictionary, Church Bible, books, farm equipment and animals. Book Accounts: Bryant Butler, Henderson Collier, Thos. Carrell, Joel McClendon, William Thornton. Total not given, but over $6201.60. s/D Henderson, Andrew -----, Zorl -----,appraisers. Sworn before Jno. Crowder, JP 30 Jan. 1804. Note that vouchers showing money paid out registered on page 261."

Source: Some Ga. Co. Records Vol one, Lucas Page 103
(note page 102 has Epps Brown's name as Admnrs of Lundy Huff. Brown was a land owner near Job's land)

'DELITHA TYSON, Admnx. of JOB TYSON dec'd and JOHN HERBIRT and MILLER ABERCROMBIE Security bond for $12000 dated 10 Dec. 1803."

Source: Some Ga. Co. Records Vol 4 Lucas page 670

"Index to Headright & Bounty Grants of Georgia"

JOB TYSON, grantee Hancock (location of grant) EEEEE (Grant Book)
462 (page) 37 ½ acres granted 1803 (year of grant)
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Source: Some Ga. Co. Records Vol One Lucas Page 253

"Hancock County Georgia Deed Books 1794 - 1802"
"Page 159: 21st January 1800. Nicholas Huse and Ana Huse of Washington County to John Grigg of Hancock County for the sum of eight hundred dollars for a tract of land in Hancock County on a branch of Fort Creek containing two hundred acres and adjoining william Grigg's line and along arrington (illegible) line and by Job Tyson's line to Epps Brown's line and by Cain's land. Signed by Nicholas Hughes and Anne Huse. Wit: Wm. Grigg and Seth Kennedy. Reg: 2nd May 1801."


from Ga. Archives:
a 10x14" sheet
#462 ...State of Ga by ....John Milledge (gov) etc. etc.do give and grant to
Job Tison
37 1/4 acres in Hancock
NorthWest by Job Tisons land; South East by D. Hamiltons land; North East by
John Cowders (Crowders) land; and South West by Hargraves's land"
dated signed by the Governor Nov 16, 1803....Registered 16 day of Nov 1803
"in the year of our LORD...and in the twentyeighth year of American
Independence."


Notes for DELITHA STANTON:
I need to insert this someplace: When I first started researching the TYSON family, I had information that Delitha's maiden name was HAMBY.

The first child of Job and Delitha was named Delitha Winston Tyson; thus, indicating Delitha's marriage to Winston occurred prior to her marriage to Job Tyson. The fact that her former husband's surname was combined in the child's name might indicate Delitha was carrying the child when James Winston died or that the child was adopted after the second marriage took place
-Stanley Tyson

"DELITHA TYSON, Admnx. of JOB TYSON< dec'd and JOHN HERBIRT and MILLER ABERCROMBIE Security bond for $12,000 dated 10 Dec. 1803"`

Source: Hancock Co., Ga. records, page 193, "Some Ga County Record, vo1. Being some of the Legal Records of Columbia, Hancock, Jefferson, and Warren Counties, Ga." compiled by The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr. Southern Historical Press, c1977.

1805 - Delitha TYSON drew land in Wilkinson Co., Ga. - Judy Tyson Raymond (1999).

This person had folks on Fort Creek also.
Bombshell - Delitha remarried!
- Judith Tyson Raymond, 1999

Hancock County Georgia
Court of Ordinary Minutes

1799 - 1817
Compiled by:
J. Kenneth Brantley

Published by:
The Brantley Association of America

Page 104

At a court of ordinary that was began and held in and for the county of
Hancock on Wednesday the 6th of July 1803. Present their honors: John
Coulter, John W. Devereux, Brice Gaither, William Rabun. {Justices}

Page 110

Delitha Tyson applies for letter of administration on the estate of Job Tyson
dec'd Ordered that citation be published accordingly.
Page 114

On Saturday 10th day of December 1803. the court met agreeably to
adjournment. Present their honors: Brice Gaither, Jno. Wm. Devereux Wm.
Rabun {Esquires}

Page 115

Ordered that letters of administration be granted to Mrs.Delitha Tyson on the
estate of Job Tyson dec'd; Whereupon it is ordered that Duke Hamilton,
Anderson Comer, Zerobabel Williamson & John Crowder or any three of them be
and they are hereby appointed to appraise on oath the personal estate of Job
Tyson dec'd. {"rec'd $5" listed in Margin}
Page 151

At a court of ordinary held on Friday the 8th day of February, 1805. Present
their honors:

William Rabun, Stephen Evans, John Crowder {Esquires}

Page 155

Mrs. Deletha Tyson returned an account of vouchers for money paid of the
estate of Job Tyson dec'd to the amount of four hundred & thirty four dollars
& ninety three cents - also said administratrix returned an account of sales
of said estate to the amount of eight hundred and ninety eight dollars thirty
one and a quarter cents.

Page 222

At a court of ordinary held on Monday the first day of December 1806----
Present their honours: William Rabun, Stephen Evans, Richard A Blount, John
Crowder {Esquires}

Page 226

Whereas, Deletha Tyson, administratrix of the estate of Job Tyson, dec'd,
hath applied for leave to sell a tract of land containing three hundred acres
more or less, lying on the waters of Fort Creek, for the benefit of the heirs
and creditors of the said deceased and whereas the said Delitha hath lately
intermarried with John Herbirt-Ordered that the said John Herbirt do sell the
same agreeably to said application and advertisement.

Page 260

Monday 6th July 1807, The Court met agreeably to adjournment-present their
honours William Rabun, Stephen Evans, Richard A. Blount, Boling Hall, John
Crowder {Esq's.}

Page 261

John Herbirt in right of his wife administratrix of the estate of Job Tyson
dec'd returne'd an account of the sale of three hundred acres of land, for
three thousand and twenty five dollars.
- transcribed by Judith Tyson Raymond (1999)

Children of JOB TYSON and DELITHA STANTON are:
i. DELITHA WINSTON7 TYSON, b. Bef. 1778; d. Abt. 1865, Augusta, , Ga.

Notes for DELITHA WINSTON TYSON:
She applied for got a job as a teacher on General Nathan Greene's plantation on Cumberland Island, near Savannah. It has been handed down that she had the job of teaching on the plantation when Eli Whitney came and applied for the same job.
While there, he invented the Cotton Gin with the help of Mrs. Greene and her comb.

1850 Census in Augusta, Ga., she is listed (#856) with with several other women. She was probably living in a house with other elderly single women.

1901
City of Augusta, Ga.
Mayor's Office
September 30th, 1901
Mr. Jack Tyson,
#1922 Gurnee Street,
Anniston, Ala.
Dear Sir:
Your favor of the 25th received and contents noted.
Mr. Bredenberg, the City Sexton, has looked over the Cemetery records, and cannot findwhere Miss Winston Tyson was ever buried in our cemetery. I do not know any one in Augusta who can give any information about Miss Tyson.
Regretting that I cannot be of service to you, I am,
Yours truly,
Jacob Phiniy (x)
Mayor C. A.

She Adoped brother Eugene H. (Job) TYSON and had him educated



More About DELITHA WINSTON TYSON:
Occupation: School teacher
Residence: Never married

ii. ELIZABETH TYSON, b. Abt. 1780; d. Unknown.
69. iii. KINSHIAN TYSON, b. Abt. 1783; d. Unknown.
iv. JOHN JONES TYSON, b. Abt. 1788; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHN JONES TYSON:
When their father died he collected his share of the estate & left America.

70. v. EUGENE HARGRAVES JOB TYSON, b. 30 May 1798, , , Ga; d. 30 May 1868, , Cherokee, Ga..

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