Nathaniel Stewart and Mary --- of Surry, Wilkes and Buncombe Co, NC and Greenville Dist, SC

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I (Marty Grant) do not know how (or if) I'm related to Nathaniel Stewart. Most of my Stewart cousins and I suspect that Nathaniel is closely related to our ancestor John Stuart, perhaps brothers. However, we've found no proof to back that up.

Nathaniel Stewart (also spelled "Stuart" on some records) was born before 1755, probably as early as ca 1730. I have not been able to narrow down his birth any better than that. The 1800 census lists him as age 45+ (born before 1755). He is listed on the 1786 census in Surry Co, NC as age 21 and up but under 60, so that means he was born between 1726 and 1765 per that census. Together with the 1800 census data, it can be narrowed down to ca 1726/1755. His oldest son was born ca 1755/60, so I think something like ca 1730 is likely for Nathaniel's birth.

I have no direct proof, but I suspect Nathaniel was born in Virginia. There are other possibilities, including Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Scotland. I have no real evidence to support any of these.

I don't know who Nathaniel's parents were. I've seen him listed as a son of John and Rachel Stewart of Surry Co, NC, but, although John had a proven son named Nathaniel, I don't believe it is the same one, as this Nathaniel and John were about the same age. I do suspect they are closely related though. Perhaps brothers, perhaps Uncle - Nephew (don't know which was older though). If I'm wrong about Nathaniel's birth date (ca 1730), and he was born closer to the 1750's, then he could be a son of John and Rachel. The answer to Nathaniel's parentage may be found in Virginia, as he seemed to live there before moving into Surry Co, NC. I have not done much Stewart research in Virginia, so I don't know what records may be found there. Perhaps someone else will look into this. I've been told that he lived in Patrick and Grayson Co, VA (across the border from Surry Co, NC).

Nathaniel married Mary --- sometime before ca 1760, presumably in Virginia. I don't know what Mary's maiden name might have been, nor if she was his first, or only wife. Recently, I've seen some other researchers refer to Mary as a "Bledsoe", but I don't know what the proof for that is.

Nathaniel Stewart moved into the northern part of Surry Co, NC before 1785. He apparently (like his kinfolk) lived on or near Stewarts Creek, which rises in Carroll Co, VA and flows south into Surry Co, NC where it joins the Ararat River just south of Mount Airy. The creek was obviously named for his family, perhaps someone of his generation or before. Nathaniel was not listed on the 1782 tax list for Surry, so he must have still been in VA then, or perhaps only land owners were listed.

If he lived in the Stewart Creek area, he moved a little westwards to Little Fishers River later on. Little Fishers River was just a few miles west of Stewart Creek.

Nathaniel Stewart was listed on the State Census of North Carolina twice. The census was taken between the years 1784 and 1787. Surry County was done in 1786, and Wilkes in 1787. Nathaniel was listed on both of those, in Surry in 1786, and Wilkes in 1787. His listing for both years was the same (same number of family members).

In Surry County Court on 11 Aug 1785, Nathaniel Steward was ordered to be the overseer of the Road from Burris Creek to the Virginia line. (Surry County, North Carolina Court Minutes Volume I & II, 1767-1789 by Mrs. W. O. Absher). (Note: This book can be purchased from Amazon.com)

In 1786 Surry Co, NC, Nathaniel was listed in the midst of several other Stewarts. He was listed between John Bledso (Bledsoe) and Charles Stewart. He was 2 houses from Edward Stewart, who was two away from John Stewart (don't know which John this was). There is a Stewart - Bledsoe family connection via the John Stewart - Susannah Fulkerson family, so this might show that they are connected to Nathaniel somehow. I believe that Charles and Edward, both listed near Nathaniel in 1786, were his sons, though Charles might be an older one than his son. They were all in Captain Hugh Armstrong's District. Also in that district in 1786 were James Stewart, William Stewart, John Stewart and Hamilton Stewart. All probably related to Nathaniel. I suspect Hamilton is his son. I think this puts Nathaniel in the Stewarts Creek region in 1786. His neighbor John Bledsoe lived on Stewarts Creek, for he received a land grant there in 1780 (Surry Co, NC Deed Book B page 81 from Surry County, North Carolina Abstracts Deeds Books A, B and C 1770-1778 by Mrs. W. O. Absher.). (Note: This book can be purchased from Amazon.com).

1784-1787 NC census analysis (based on available evidence): (Explanation of this census)

1786 Surry Co, NC pg 145 Nathaniel Steward 1-5-2-0-0
Analysis:
1 Male(s) 21 - 60 (1726-1765)	Nathaniel STEWART (bef 1755) s/o ?
5 Male(s) -21 +60 (1765-1786)	Charles STEWART (1774/75) son
				Nathaniel STEWART Jr (1774/75) son
				Jacob STEWART (1776/77) son
				James STEWART (1780/84) son
				Joshua STEWART (1784/86) son
2 Female(s) all ages (bef 1786)	Mary ___ Stewart (bef 1755) wife
				Daughter?

Nathaniel must have moved to Wilkes County by 1787, for he was listed in Wilkes County that year, with the same enumerations as in 1786. It is possible that this was a different Nathaniel Stewart, but I doubt that. He was listed in Captain Hardin's District, between William Hardin and John Conley. He was the only Stewart listed in Wilkes Co, NC in 1787. William Harden had received a land grant on Stewarts Creek in 1780 which suggests a connection to Nathaniel prior to them moving to Wilkes County area. I'm not sure where they were in Wilkes exactly, though based on some analysis of some of his 1787 neighbors, it might be on Crab Creek (now in present Alleghany County, NC in the North East corner of that county). This wasn't far at all from where he later lived on Little Fisher River in Surry Co, NC. (Surry Co, NC Deed Book B page 88 from Surry County, North Carolina Abstracts Deeds Books A, B and C 1770-1778 by Mrs. W. O. Absher.). (Note: This book can be purchased from Amazon.com)

1784-1787 NC census analysis (based on available evidence): (Explanation of this census)

1787 Wilkes Co, NC pg 172 Nathaniel Stewart 1-5-2-0-0
Analysis:
1 Male(s) 21 - 60 (1727-1766)	Nathaniel STEWART (bef 1755) s/o ?
5 Male(s) -21 +60 (1767-1787)	Charles STEWART (1774/75) son
				Nathaniel STEWART Jr (1774/75) son
				Jacob STEWART (1776/77) son
				James STEWART (1780/84) son
				Joshua STEWART (1784/86) son
2 Female(s) all ages (bef 1787)	Mary ___ Stewart (bef 1755) wife
				Daughter?

Nathaniel Stewart was mentioned in Surry Court on 15 Feb 1787 when it was ordered that Thomas Ballard be overseer in room of Nathaniel Stewart. In other words, Nathaniel's term had expired, or he requested to be relieve as overseer of the road (appointed 11 Aug 1785). (Surry County, North Carolina Court Minutes Volume I & II, 1767-1789 by Mrs. W. O. Absher). (Note: This book can be purchased from Amazon.com)

On 20 Feb 1789, Nathaniel Stuart purchased 150 acres on Little Fishers River in Surry County, from Thomas Rabon and Sarah Rabon. Witnesses were Thomas Normand, Hampton Stuart and Silvaner Rabon. I think that Hampton was Nathaniel's son, but no direct proof of that. (Surry Co, NC Deed Book D page 421 from Surry County, North Carolina Deeds Books D, E and F 1779-1797 by Mrs. W. O. Absher.). (Note: This book can be purchased from Amazon.com).

The above deed (20 Feb 1789) from Thomas and Sarah Rabon was proven in Surry County Court on 15 May 1789 by oath of Thomas Norman. (Surry County, North Carolina Court Minutes Volume I & II, 1767-1789 by Mrs. W. O. Absher). (Note: This book can be purchased from Amazon.com)

Nathaniel Stewart was listed on the 1790 census in Surry Co, NC. The listing was roughly alphabetical, though apparently within communities, so I can't be sure who Nathaniel's neighbors were, but I can tell who lived in the same "group". There were several Stewarts listed, including Hamilton, James and William Stewart. Some of his other neighbors are names that I am familiar with who lived on Fishers River, so he was definitely living on his new land on Little Fishers River.

1790 census analysis (based on available evidence): (Explanation of this census)

1790 Surry Co, NC pg 183 Nathaniel Stewart 1-5-3-0-0
Analysis:
1 Male(s) 16 and Up (before 1774)	Nathaniel STEWART (bef 1755) s/o ?
5 Male(s) under 16    (1774/1790)	Charles STEWART (1774/75) son --> m by 1800
					Nathaniel STEWART Jr (1774/75) son
					Jacob STEWART (1776/77) son --> gone by 1800
					James STEWART (1780/84) son --> hd 1800
					Joshua STEWART (1784/86) son
3 Female(s) any age (before 1790)	Mary ___ Stewart (bef 1755) wife
					Daughter (bef 1786) > gone by 1800
					Daughter? (1786/90) 

Later in 1790, on August 14th, Nathaniel Stuart and wife Mary (both signed with a mark) sold their 150 acres on Little Fishers River to Henry Norman. Witnesses were William Norman, George Keith, and Joseph Holder. (Surry Co, NC Deed Book E page 79 from Surry County, North Carolina Deeds Books D, E and F 1779-1797 by Mrs. W. O. Absher.). (Note: This book can be purchased from Amazon.com).

This deed in 1790 might be the last transaction in Surry County for Nathaniel, for around this time, he followed (or led) several other Stewart families down to Greenville District, South Carolina. There were deeds for a Nathaniel in Surry Co, NC and Patrick Co, VA as late as 1802, but I think all the ones after 1790 were for Nathaniel Stewart Jr.

I have not done any Stewart research in South Carolina, so all I have on Nathaniel there is the 1800 census record. He was listed on the same page with Edward Stewart (1755/60), his probable son. Several other Stewarts were on the previous page. I don't know if they were nearby, or if it was an alphabetical list.

1800 census analysis (based on available evidence): (Explanation of this census)

1800 Greenville Dist, SC pg 248 Nathaniel Stewart 01101-01001
Analysis:
1 Male(s) 45 & up   (before 1755)	Nathaniel STEWART (bef 1755) s/o ?
1 Male(s) 16-25       (1774-1784)	Jacob STUART (1776/77) son
1 Male(s) 10-15       (1784-1790)	Joshua STEWART (1784/86) son --> hd 1810
1 Female(s) 45 & up (before 1755)	Mary ___ Stewart (bef 1755) wife
1 Female(s) 10-15     (1784-1790)	Daughter? (1786/90) --> gone by 1810

At some point during the 1800-1810 timeframe, Nathaniel moved his family into Buncombe Co, NC in the Avery Creek area (just south and west of Asheville). Avery Creek is just east of the border with present Henderson County, and many of Nathaniel's descendants were just over the line in Henderson County later on.

Nathaniel Stewart was one of five Stewart families listed on the 1810 census in Buncombe Co, NC, all of whom moved there in the 1800-1810 timeframe. Most of these are seemingly part of Nathaniel's family. The others were Nathaniel Jr, James, and Joshua Stewart, all likely sons of Nathaniel. The fifth listing was for Jacob Stewart, son of my ancestor John Stewart. John and Jacob lived in the Haywood - Buncombe County border region. Nathaniel and his bunch were all in or near Avery Creek, some apparently in what is now Henderson County. Nathaniel's neighbors in 1810 were William Daniel and William Fletcher. Nathaniel's probable son Nathaniel Jr was just five houses away. By this time, all of Nathaniel and Mary's children were gone from home.

1810 census analysis (based on available evidence): (Explanation of this census)

1810 Buncombe Co, NC pg 82 Nathaniel Steward 00001-00001
Analysis:
1 Male(s) 45 and up    (bef 1765)	Nathaniel STEWART (bef 1755) s/o ?
1 Female(s) 45 & up (before 1765)	Mary ___ Stewart (Bef 1755) wife --> gone by 1820

After 1810, their were numerous records for "Nathaniel" Stewart in Buncombe County. However, there was more than one Nathaniel, so I am not at all sure I have them sorted out properly. At first it was only "Sr" and "Jr", but by 1820 there seemed to be four different Nathaniel's in Buncombe. The other two are probably nephews or even grandsons of old Nathaniel. Keep that in mind when reading the following records.

On 9 Jun 1814, Zachariah Candler sold Nathaniel Steward Sr 350 acres on Avery Creek. I have not seen this original deed yet. (Buncombe Co, NC Deed Book H page 231).

On 21 Mar 1815, Jacob Stewart sold 150 acres to Nathaniel Stewart. I don't know if this was Nathaniel Sr or Jr, but Jacob was Nathaniel's son. This is the same land (I believe) that Jacob purchased in 1811 on the French Broad River. (Buncombe Co, NC Deed Book G page 356).

On 4 Dec 1815, Nathaniel Stewart received a State Land Grant for 450 acres on the French Broad River. Again, I'm not sure which Nathaniel this was. (Buncombe Co, NC Deed Book H page 157).

The next day (5 Dec 1815), Nathaniel Stewart received two more Grants (each of these might be a different Nathaniel). First for 200 acres on French Broad River, and second for 150 acres on McDowell Creek. McDowell Creek was just across the ridge from Avery Creek, and in present Henderson County (Buncombe Co, NC Deed Book H page 158 and Book 12 page 456).

On 12 Jan 1816, Charles Stewart (Nathaniel's son, I think) sold Nathaniel Stewart 250 acres on both sides of McDowell Creek. Witnesses were Jacob Stuart (Nathaniel's son) and William Cockerham. (William Cockerham was just a few houses from Nathaniel Sr in 1810 census). (Buncombe Co, NC Deed Book H page 247).

On 1 Mar 1817, Nathaniel Steward sold 200 acres to Edward Steward Sr (his son, I think) on the west side of French Broad River on Avery Creek, originally granted to Nathaniel Steward 2 Oct 1812 (didn't find that original grant in the Deed books). (Buncombe Co, NC Deed Book 11 page 476).

On 3 Mar 1817 Nathaniel Steward sold Edward Steward 450 acres on West Side of French Broad River adjoining Evans, George Penland, and Jacob Steward (his son). Witnesses were Jacob B. Stewards (Nathaniel's grandson, son of Edward), and Charles Steward (Nathaniel's son). (Buncombe Co, NC Deed Book 11 page 434).

Nathaniel was apparently listed on the 1820 census in Buncombe County. However, I'm not sure which listing is for him. There were four different Nathaniel's listed that year. The first two were side by side, both listed as "Nathan Stuart". The first one was too young, the second one was listed as age 45+ (born before 1775), but I don't know if it Nathaniel Sr or not. The third one was listed as "Jr", so that is probably Nathaniel's son. The fourth, and final Nathan was listed next door to Edward (his son), so that is probably the right one. He seemed to have a younger woman and two small girls with him. I don't know if this means that Mary died, and he remarried, or if these were someone else with him.

1820 census analysis (based on available evidence): (Explanation of this census)

1820 Buncombe Co, NC pg 128 Nathaniel Stuart 000001-20010
Analysis:
1 Male(s) 45 & up   (before 1775)	Nathaniel STEWART (bef 1775) s/o ?
1 Female(s) 26-44     (1775-1794)	Wife? (1775/94)
2 Female(s) 0-9       (1810-1820)	Daughter?
					Daughter?

Nathaniel died sometime between 1820 and 1824, for Letters of Administration were appointed in October 1824 in Buncombe Court for Nathaniel Stuart Deceased. They were granted to Edward Stuart, with Charles Stuart his security. I believe both of these were Nathaniel's sons. (Buncombe Co, NC Court Minutes)

I have not exhausted the available county records. There are probably quite a number of records for Nathaniel waiting to be located in Virginia, and in Surry Co, NC and Greenville Co, SC and Buncombe Co, NC.


Children

Nathaniel and Mary Stewart had quite a few children per the census records. However, not a single one of these is proven.

Edward Stewart (1755/60)

Hampton Stewart (1760/70)

Unknown Son (c1774/86)

Unknown Son (c1774/86)

Unknown Son (c1774/86)

Unknown Son (c1774/86)

Unknown Son (c1784/86)

Unknown Daughter (bef 1786)

Unknown Daughter (1787/90)


Edward Stewart was born ca 1755/60, probably in Virginia. He is not a proven child of Nathaniel, but he was associated with him from the late 1700's through Nathaniel's death in 1824, and at that time, he was appointed administrator of Nathaniel's Estate. His age would make him the oldest known child of Nathaniel, and he is quite a bit older than the youngest sibling (20 to 30 years or so), so that may mean that Edward was from a previous marriage, and not a child of Nathaniel and Mary, but of a previous wife. Of course, it may also mean that Edward is not Nathaniel's son at all, but a brother instead. In either event, he is closely related without doubt.

Edward was listed on the 1779 tax list in Henry Co, VA, the 1786 and 1790 census in Surry Co, NC, and on the 1800 and 1810 census in Greenville Dist, SC. He moved to Buncombe Co, NC before 1814, and remained there until his death after 1834. See his own page for additional information.


Hampton Stewart was born ca 1760/70, probably in Virginia. He is not a proven child of Nathaniel, but he was associated with him in Surry Co, NC, and he did name one of his sons "Nathaniel". That suggests some kind of close relationship. He witnessed a deed dated 1789 between Thomas Rabon and Nathaniel Stewart in Surry Co, NC.

Hampton (also listed as "Hamilton") was listed on the 1790 census in Surry Co, NC. He moved to Tennessee after that. I have done no first hand research on him yet. Most of what I have on his family is from Ida Madison, a descendant.

See his own page for additional information.


Unknown Son (c1774/86). Nathaniel Stewart had an apparent son this age with him in 1786 (age "under 21", born ca 1765/86), and 1787 ("under 21", born ca 1766/87), and 1790 ("under 16", born ca 1774/90). This child was gone from Nathaniel's household by 1800.

I strongly suspect that this is Charles Stewart who was associated with Nathaniel's family for many years, and was near him in Buncombe Co, NC later on. I have no direct proof that he is Nathaniel's son, but circumstantial evidence supports it, but it is a connection based solely on association. They were related to each other, without a doubt, but I can't prove father and son.

Charles married Elizabeth --- sometime before 1804, possibly in Patrick Co, VA or Surry Co, NC.

Nathaniel Stewart left Surry Co, NC for Greenville Dist, SC after 1795. About the same time, a Charles Stewart appeared in the Patrick Co, VA records witnessing deeds of Nathaniel Stewart.

I didn't find Charles in 1800 (Virginia census for 1800 was lost). He might have been in Patrick Co, VA then. He was in that area bordering Surry Co, NC. He was listed on the 1810 census in Surry Co, NC. By 1812 he had moved to Buncombe Co, NC and was granted land on McDowell Creek (now Henderson County) near Nathaniel and his siblings.

Charles was listed on the 1820 and 1830 census in Buncombe Co, NC. He died before the 1840 census. Henderson County was formed in 1838 from Buncombe, and his family was in the new county.

See his own page for additional information.


Unknown Son (c1774/86). Nathaniel Stewart had an apparent son this age with him in 1786 (age "under 21", born ca 1765/86), and 1787 ("under 21", born ca 1766/87), and 1790 ("under 16", born ca 1774/90). He was still apparently home with Nathaniel in 1800 (age 16-25, born ca 1774/84).

I strongly suspect that this is Nathaniel Stewart Jr, who was associated with Nathaniel's family for many years, and was near him in Buncombe Co, NC later on. I have no direct proof that he is Nathaniel's son, but circumstantial evidence supports it, but it is a connection based solely on association. They were related to each other, without a doubt, but I can't prove father and son. The use of "Jr" with this Nathaniel does not imply that he is a son of "Sr" (as it would today), but in those days, "Jr" was not part of a persons name, it was only used to show that two people of the same name were able to distinguish themselves somehow in the public records (this was before middle names were common). It is also quite possible that this Nathaniel was the one who was a son of John and Rachel of Surry Co, NC.

Nathaniel Stewart Jr was listed on the 1810 census in Buncombe Co, NC, and also in 1820 and 1830. He lived on McDowell Creek (now Henderson County) until the early 1830's when he moved to neighboring (then) Macon County, NC. He was listed on the 1835 Voter list in Macon Co, NC and on the 1840 census. I think he may have moved to Polk Co, TN before 1850, but I have not yet followed up on that.

See his own page for more information.


Unknown Son (c1774/86). Nathaniel Stewart had an apparent son this age with him in 1786 (age "under 21", born ca 1765/86), and 1787 ("under 21", born ca 1766/87), and 1790 ("under 16", born ca 1774/90). He also seemed to be home in 1800, age 16-25 (born 1774/84). He may have been with his brother Nathaniel Jr in 1810, for he had an extra person about this age with him then (age 26-44, born ca 1765/84).

I strongly suspect that this is Jacob Stewart (c1777) who was associated with Nathaniel's family for many years, and was near him in Buncombe Co, NC later on. I have no direct proof that he is Nathaniel's son, but circumstantial evidence supports it, but it is a connection based solely on association. They were related to each other, without a doubt, but I can't prove father and son.

Jacob appeared in the public records in 1811 in Buncombe Co, NC and was there near Nathaniel (on Avery Creek). He had many land transactions. Though not yet married, he was listed as head of household on the 1820 census in Buncombe. He married Nancy Brittain ca 1821. He was listed in Buncombe Co, NC for the 1830 census. He moved to Gilmer (now Fannin) Co, GA before 1840.

See his own page for additional information.


Unknown Son (c1774/86). Nathaniel Stewart had an apparent son this age with him in 1786 (age "under 21", born ca 1765/86), and 1787 ("under 21", born ca 1766/87), and 1790 ("under 16", born ca 1774/90). This child was gone from Nathaniel's household by 1800.

I strongly suspect that this is James Stewart (c1780/84) who was associated with Nathaniel's family, and was near him in Buncombe Co, NC later on. I have no direct proof that he is Nathaniel's son, but circumstantial evidence supports it, but it is a connection based solely on association. They were related to each other, without a doubt, but I can't prove father and son.

James Stewart was listed on the 1800 census in Greenville Dist, SC (as was Nathaniel), and he moved to Buncombe Co, NC before 1810, and was listed there for the 1810, 1820 and 1830 census, apparently in the same area with Nathaniel and family. He either died, or left Buncombe County after 1830.

See his own page for additional information.


Unknown Son (c1784/86). Nathaniel Stewart had an apparent son this age with him in 1786 (age "under 21", born ca 1765/86), and 1787 ("under 21", born ca 1766/87), and 1790 ("under 16", born ca 1774/90), and with him in 1800 (age 10-15, born ca 1784/90). He was gone from Nathaniel's household by 1810.

I strongly suspect that this is Joshua Stewart who was associated with Nathaniel's family and was near him in Buncombe Co, NC later on. I have no direct proof that he is Nathaniel's son, but circumstantial evidence supports it, but it is a connection based solely on association. They were related to each other, without a doubt, but I can't prove father and son.

Joshua appeared on the 1810 census in Buncombe Co, NC and was there for the 1820 census also. He was gone after that.

See his own page for additional information.


Unknown Daughter (bef 1786). Nathaniel Stewart had an apparent daughter this age with him in 1786 (no ages given, so born before 1786). She was still home in 1787 (no ages) and 1790 (no ages), but gone by 1800, so married or died by then. I have no clue who this might have been.

For years, different people have told me that Susannah Stewart (who married Stephen Redmond) was a child of Nathaniel Stewart. Whenever I asked for a source, all referred me back to Lawrence Wood (a dear friend and cousin of mine, now deceased). Lawrence and I discussed this several times, and he said he didn't have any proof about Susanna being Nathaniel's daughter, it was just conjectural. I can see why he would think of putting her in this family. Susanna was born ca 1765/70, and married Stephen Redmond ca 1790/92 somewhere, and they were in Buncombe Co, NC by 1810, and there until at least 1840. Stephen was listed in Carter Co, TN in the 1790's, so they might have married there. Their oldest known child (John) was born there ca 1792, so that puts them there about the same time Nathaniel was still in Surry Co, NC.

I don't know if Susanna belongs to Nathaniel or not, but I mention her here in case she does. I tend to think that she is not Nathaniel's daughter, but should be considered a suspect anyway.


Unknown Daughter (1787/90). Nathaniel Stewart had an apparent daughter with him in 1790 (no ages) who was not home in 1786 or 1787, so probably born between those years, ca 1787/90. She was still home in 1800 (age 10-15, born ca 1784/90), but gone by 1810, so apparently married or died ca 1800/10, either in Greenville Dist, SC or in Buncombe Co, NC.

I have no clues who this child might be.


Researcher List

Persons researching this family :

Nathaniel Stewart (c1730-1824) and Mary --- (Also See pages for suspected children)

  1. Edward Stuart (1755/60) and Mary --- (See his own page)
  2. Hampton Stewart (1760/70) and Elizabeth ---
    1. Ida Madison = IDAMADISON@aol.com (Hampton-)
    2. Louise Willis = mlwillis@HiWAAY.net (Hampton-)
  3. Charles Stewart (c1775) and Elizabeth --- (See his own page)
  4. Nathaniel Stewart (c1775) (See his own page)
  5. Jacob Stuart (c1777) and Nancy Brittain (See his own page)
  6. James Stewart (1780/84) (See his own page)
  7. Joshua Stewart (c1784/86) (See his own page)
  8. Teresa Stuart de Rios = doriss@telesal.net (Researching all of Nathaniel's family)

Register Report


1. Nathaniel1 Stewart , born 1726/1755; died abt 1824 in Buncombe Co, NC, son of (---) Stewart .  He married bef 1760 in VA Mary (---) , born bef 1755; died 1810/20 in Buncombe Co, NC.

 

      Children of Nathaniel Stewart and Mary (---) were as follows:

+    2          i      Edward2 Stuart , born 1755/60; died 1834/40 in Buncombe Co, NC.  He married Mary (---) .

+    3          ii      Hampton2 Stewart , born 1760/70; died Nov 1832 in Franklin Co, TN.  He married Elizabeth (---) .

+    4          iii      Charles2 Stewart , born 1774/75 in Surry Co, NC; died 1830/40 in Henderson Co, NC.  He married Elizabeth (---) .

+    5          iv      Nathaniel2 Stewart (Jr) , born 1774/75.  He married (---) ? .

+    6          v      Jacob2 Stuart , born 1776/77 in NC; died 1860/70 in Fannin Co, GA.  He married Nancy Brittain .

      7          vi      James2 Stewart , born 1780/84 in Surry Co, NC.

      8          vii      Joshua2 Stewart , born 1784/86 in Surry Co, NC.

 

Generation 2

 

2. Edward2 Stuart  (Nathaniel1), born 1755/60; died 1834/40 in Buncombe Co, NC.  He married bef 1785 in Surry Co, NC Mary (---) , born 1760/65; died aft 1830 in Buncombe Co, NC.

 

      Children of Edward Stuart and Mary (---) were as follows:

      9          i      Mary "Polly"3 Stuart , born 1784/85 in Surry Co, NC.

      10         ii      Nancy3 Stuart , born 1787/88 in Surry Co, NC; died 1850/60 in Cherokee Co, NC.

      11         iii      Jacob B3 Stuart , born 1790/94 in Greenville Dist, SC.

      12         iv      Lurany3 Stuart , born 1798/99 in Greenville Dist, SC.

 

 

3. Hampton2 Stewart  (Nathaniel1), born 1760/70; died Nov 1832 in Franklin Co, TN.  He married bef 1786 in Surry Co, NC Elizabeth (---) .

 

      Children of Hampton Stewart and Elizabeth (---) were as follows:

      13         i      Anthony3 Stewart .

      14         ii      Evan A3 Stewart .

      15         iii      Enoch3 Stewart .

      16         iv      John Clark3 Stewart .

      17         v      Abigail3 Stewart .

      18         vi      Nathaniel3 Stewart .

      19         vii      Hamilton3 Stewart .

 

 

4. Charles2 Stewart  (Nathaniel1), born 1774/75 in Surry Co, NC; died 1830/40 in Henderson Co, NC.  He married in 1800/03 in Surry Co, NC Elizabeth (---) , born 1775/80; died 1840/50 in Henderson Co, NC.

 

      Children of Charles Stewart and Elizabeth (---) were as follows:

      20         i      Isam P3 Stewart , born 5 Sep 1804 in Surry Co, NC; died 1 Mar 1888 in Henderson Co, NC.

 

 

5. Nathaniel2 Stewart (Jr)  (Nathaniel1), born 1774/75.  He married in 1800/08 in Greenville Dist, SC (---) ? , born 1780/84.

 

      Children of Nathaniel Stewart (Jr) and (---) ? were as follows:

      21         i      Richard3 Stewart , born 1800/10.

      22         ii      Daniel3 Stuart , born 1807/08 in Greenville Dist, SC.

      23         iii      Shementer3 Stewart , born abt 1810 in Buncombe Co, NC.

      24         iv      Nathaniel3 Stewart , born 1810/15 in Buncombe Co, NC.

 

 

6. Jacob2 Stuart  (Nathaniel1), born 1776/77 in NC; died 1860/70 in Fannin Co, GA.  He married in 1820/21 in Buncombe Co, NC Nancy Brittain , born 1793/94 in Buncombe Co, NC; died aft 1860 in Fannin Co, GA, daughter of James Brittain  and Delilah Stringfield .

 

      Children of Jacob Stuart and Nancy Brittain were as follows:

      25         i      Elam B3 Stewart , born 1823 in Buncombe Co, NC.

      26         ii      Iley Theophilus3 Stewart , born 6 Mar 1824 in Buncombe Co, NC; died bef 1870.

      27         iii      Asenith Paralee3 Stuart , born abt 1825 in Buncombe Co, NC.

      28         iv      Keziah V3 Stuart , born 1827 in Buncombe Co, NC.

      29         v      Benjamin Othed3 Stuart , born 1829 in Buncombe Co, NC.

      30         vi      Elizabeth C3 Stuart , born 1832 in Buncombe Co, NC.

      31         vii      Delilah E3 Stuart , born 1834 in Buncombe Co, NC.


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