Isaac White married a Lawson and had 13 children, all boys, 11 of them killed in Revolutionary War and Raleigh who died in Ky., and Richard White (my grandfather) who married lst a Lawson, his cousin, and had 10 children: Anna married a Wright; Eliza married a Wright; Mary married David Russell; Theodosia married Thomas Finley; Lawson married a Baity; Richard married a Baity; Claburn married Leonidas Hogue [no other names given].
Richard White (my grandfather) married 2nd Susan Henry who was widow of William Henry who was son of Patrick Henry, and they had 10 children: Thomas (my father) married Jane Young; John married Margaret Adkins; Paulina married Robert Baity; Ellen married Josiah Baity; Rachel married a Trig; Rebecca married 1st Sidney Hogue who died and married 2nd Josiah Baity, widower of sister Ellen; Rhoda married a Whitten, and the others died young.
(TRANSCRIBER NOTE: The name Joseph is crossed out and handwritten over the top is "ROBERT")
Robert Young (my great grandfather) married Jane Dillard and had five children: James; Joseph; Ruth who married three or four times and whose last husband was a Henry; Mary Jane married Robert Taylor; and Charles Young (my grandfather) who married Rebecca Wilkins and had three children: Wilkins died single; Ewing died single in Oregon (was jailed in Mexico and received sum for false imprisonment); and Jane Young (my mother).
Rebecca Wilkins was the daughter "I think", of Charles and his wife Jane Hazard. Jane Hazard married a Wilkins and had Rebecca (my grandmother) and Margaret who died single. Jane Hazard married 2nd Robert McCaby or Mcleaby and had one child Robert.
Elisha Reynolds lived in Wilkesboro, N.C., was Revolutionary soldier, married Judith Patton, and had children: John; Wesley; Bowen; Ivy; James; Sarah S. who married William Griffith, parents of Elisha Griffith; and Nancy A. Reynolds Wright.
______Wright maried and had Josiah; Sally who married a Hoots and lived Coles Co., Ind.; and Ann who married Timothy Holland and lives or did live in Salem, N.C. These three children were left orphans and raised by an aunt named Spoonhoward at Salem, N.C. Susan Henry was Susan Walker (wife of Richard White), Ewing Young, of whom mention is made in life of Kit Carson, died in Wallamette Valley, Oregon Territory, in 1844 and left a large estate which has never yet been sued for or recovered. Richard Lawson White, your mother's brother, died in California some years ago.
|George Russell Esqr. 2d Captain||Adam Wilson Esqr. 7th Capt.|
|Mark Mitchel||1. Joseph Gist|
|Richard Fletcher||2. Alexr. Morrow|
|Thomas Brown||3. Wm. Fain|
|Andrew Fagan||4. Alexr. Campble|
|Hall Massingill||5. Wm. Chambers|
|Edmond Sinkness||6. John McVeigh|
|Samuel Phane||John McVeigh|
|7. Andrew Eng____|
|Joseph Wilson Esqr. 3d Capt.||Josiah Hoskins Esqr. 8th Capt.|
|1. John Morrison|
Patrick Hockshaw takes the place of John McVeigh in this Comp.
The Foregoing or within Mentioned Soldiers was taken from the several Captains Companies therein Mentioned According to their Divissions in their Respective App___tments.