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« on: February 02, 2009, 09:20:01 PM »

Sept 1A  Whitfield   (4 is the decendant of 5; 5 the decendant of 6, and so on)

4.   John Wesley Whitfield, Farmer, (CSA, Joined - Wed. 10 July 1861, age 24 Pvt., Co. A Tishomingo Riflemen, 2nd Mississippi Infantry Reg., Army of the Shenandoah. Wounded, 21 July 1861, First Manassas. Discharged, Charlottesville, Va.  22 Oct. 1861. Later, 7th Alabama Calvary) b. 11 Feb 1843,Tennessee., d. 19 May 1923, Burnsville, Ms., md. 3 Oct 1867, Tishomingo county, Ms., Emilly Pollard

5.   Benjamin Whitfield, b. 18 July 1806, Edgecombe county, NC, d. bef. 19 April 1862, Burnsville, Ms, bur. Holder cemetery, md. 5 Jan 1826, Nancy Council
[issue: William, Jonah, Louisa Jane, Mary, Eliza, Narcissa, John, Benjamin, Susan, Nancy]

6.   Benjamin Whitfield, b. ca. 1778/80, d. bef. 16 Dec 1812, md. abt. 1803 Pitt
county, NC, Susanna Wilkinson, dau. of Joshua Wilkinson [issue: Albnenath, Joel, Benjamin]
Note: Benjamin md(1st) Susanna Wilkinson, md(2nd) Clary Council, b. March 1771, d. bef. 1825, dau. of Charles Councill and Eurodice Bass, md(3)Temperance Manning.

7.   Joel Whitfield, b. 1750, Edgecombe, NC, d. 1785, md. Lydia Crisp, dau. of  William Crisp, and Frances Wheatly  [Rev. War -1780, Pvt., Seawell's Regiment of Milita, commanded by Col. Benjamin Seawell, Capt. John Hodge's company: Index to Records of Volunteer Soldiers who served in the Revolutionary  War from North Carolina (4559)]
 
8.   William Joseph Whitfield (Beaufort county land grant shows Joseph as Wm Joseph Whitfield)

9.   Matthew Whitfield  (Conjecture - an unestablished link. As Crisp and Whitfield's during this era were allied familes in Barbados, records suggest that this relationship continued in the Carolinas)

10.   (Sir)Thomas Whitfield


Sources:
William, R.s. and Griffin, M.G., comps. 1966 Abstracts of the Wills of Edgecombe County North Carolina 1733-1856
Watson, J.W., comp. 1983 Estate Records of Edgecombe County North Carolina 1820-1850
Williams, R.S. and Griffin, M.G.,  comps. 1956 Bible Records of Early Edgecombe
Watson, J.W. comp., 1969 Kinfolks of Edgecombe County, North Carolina 1788-1855
Biggs, Rayman and Barnes, comps., 1979 Cemeteries of Tishomingo County Mississippi
Census Records: 1790, North Carolina; 1840, 1850, 1860 Tishomingo county, Mississippi
Deed Books, Edgecombe county, NC, Bk8 p909, Bk18 p371, Bk19 p59
Deed Books, Pitt county, NC, Bk C p34, Bk20 p239
Index and Abstracts of Deeds of Record of Pitt county, NC, Vol 1, 1761-1785
[DB G p178, 21 October 1782 - Grantee: Francis Crisp 100 acres. Chain bearers: Joel Whitfield, Samuel Whitley, mentioned - Alexander Whitley, Robert Williams, William Pulle]
Council, Judson 1941 Hodges Councill of Virginia and Descendant
Personal Knowledge, 1-1 and 1-2


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