William Stallworth Jr.1

Male, #46399, (1745 - 9 Sep 1808)
Father*William Stallworth (s 1695 - )
Mother*Elizabeth (?) (s 1720 - )
Birth*1745 He was born in 1745 at Virginia.1 
American Revolutionbetween 1775 and 1783 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783
(DAR Listing: William Stallworth, born 1745 in Virginia, died 9 Sep 1806 in South Carolina, married Jemima Trippe, Private, South Carolina.)2 
Marriage*1776 He married Jemima Tripp at Abbeville District, South Carolina, in 1776.1 
Birth of Son25 Apr 1777 His son Nicholas Stallworth Sr. was born on 25 Apr 1777 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.3 
Birth of SonSep 1781 His son Joseph Stallworth was born in Sep 1781 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Will19 Jul 1796 Grace, William and Thomas named as executor(s) in the will of Joseph Stallworth at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 19 Jul 1796.4 
1800 Census*4 Aug 1800 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Edgefield District, South Carolina.5 
Will*2 Feb 1806 He made a will at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 2 Feb 1806, naming as heir(s) Jemima Tripp, Nicholas Stallworth Sr., Joseph Stallworth, Sarah Stallworth, Nancy King Stallworth, Elizabeth S. Stallworth and Needham Matthew Thornton.

I, William Stallsworth, Senr., being at present of perfect mind and memory...
     I give to my wife Jemima full benefit and profits of my plantation where I now live during her natural life or widowhood and also give the work of negroes Aaron the oldest, Aaron the youngest, Peter the older, and Peter the younger, during her natural life or widowhood, also a negro woman named Lucy and a bay mare named Jack.
     I give unto my son Nicholas the tract land whereon he now lives and all the land I own joining with the exception of a part lying between the Beaver Dam Creek and Quaker Road which said last parcel of land I give unto my grandson William Thornton a minor, also I give to said minor a horse worth $100 to be given him at full age.
     I also give to my son Joseph at the death of my wife all that parcel of land being part of the tract whereon I now live to be divided as follows: beginning at a corner on Mathes Road and a straight line to Benjamin Burton land; and all my blacksmith and carpenter tools also one horse worth $100 and a cow and calf and $100 in cash.
     The balance of my land to be equally divided between my daughters Sally and Nancy after the death of my wife.
     I also give to my dtr. Betsey one cow and calf, the rest of the personal property to fall to her children, but not to be at the disposal of her husband.
     I appoint my son Nicholas and Joseph Stallsworth and James Adrams as executors. Wit: John M. Moon, James Anderson, No. Drummond. /s/ William Stallsworth
     Proved by the oath of John M. Moon the 9 Sep 1808 and at the same time qualified Nicholas Stallsworth as executors. Recorded 18 Nov 1808.6 
Death*9 Sep 1808 He died at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 9 Sep 1808.1 
Deed16 Jan 1815 He was party to a deed on 16 Jan 1815 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Nicholas Stallworth, William B. Lewis and Elizabeth Lewis his wife, James Adams and wife Peggy Adams, Mark Travis and wife Jemimah, William Thorton and Sally Stallworth to Joseph Stallworth, Relinquishment, 16 Jan 1815. "Whereas certaion ambiguities in the will of William Stallworth dec'd, division to be made without regard to provisions of the will, agreement made by parties of full age, real estate surveyed by Thomas Chiles Esqr D S mutually chosen among the parties and division set forth, relinquish to Joseph Stallworth 108 acres on Matthews Road adj lands of James Crawford...

In the next deed on page 226 of Book 33, this same group relinquished 182 acres of land to James Adams. 

Family

Jemima Tripp (circa 1755 - after 1819)
Marriage*1776 He married Jemima Tripp at Abbeville District, South Carolina, in 1776.1 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited30 Apr 2012

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.
  3. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Page 199. "Nicholas Stallworth Sr." article by Willene J. Whatley, McMillan Street, Evergreen, AL 36401.
  4. Willie Pauline Young, Abstracts of Old Ninety-Six and Abbeville District Wills and Bonds, as on file in the Abbeville, SC Courthouse, Vidalia, GA: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, 1969.
    p. 302 (cites Box 88, Pack 2164).
  5. Lawrence E. Jarrell, Early Edgefield SC Census, High Point, NC: Alligator Creek Genealogy Pubs., 1998.
    page 20: William Stalsworth, 1M16-25, 1M26-44, 3F0-9, 1F10-15, 1F16-25, 1F45+, 3 slaves.
  6. James E. and Vivian Wooley, Edgefield County, South Carolina Wills, 1787-1836, Greenville, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1991.
    pages 73-74.