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Charles Weatherford

Born around 1750 in Virginia to Mary Half Blood and Martin Weatherford, Charles may have had several wives and many children.  Indian Traders and horse breeders brought them south to Georgia during the American Revolution and into Alabama where Charles is famous as the spouse of Sehoy and having a son named Chief Red Eagle.  Along the Alabama River around Boylston and Fort Toulouse in Wetumpka, they have their horse ranches and teepees, right where my own family grew up.
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There are many stories and books written about these families.  Martin had a huge plantation in Georgia and Charles probably went back and forth, and probably used the name Georgia as the middle name of his daughter Catherine who was born in Virginia.  Catherine Georgia Weatherford Wright was one of my dad's many grandmothers and she was the half sister of Chief Red Eagle.  One could suppose that her mother, Patsy, was also of Indian Blood.
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Charlotte County was constituted by Act of 10 November 1764, dividing it from Lunenburg County. The first court for Charlotte County was held in March 1765.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~vacharlo/indexcha.htm

Lunenburg County formed 1746 from Brunswick County
  

http://www.rootsweb.com/~vacharlo/1810cen.htm



 974   VA  Charlotte   67   7   WEATHERFORD   Charles             0     0     1     0     0     2     0     1     0     0     0     1
 974   VA  Charlotte   67  15   WEATHERFORD   Daniel              0     0     0     0     1     0     0     0     0     0     0     0
 974   VA  Charlotte   67   6   WEATHERFORD   John                1     0     0     0     1     0     1     0     0     1     0     1
 975   VA  Charlotte   66  19   WEATHERFORD   Patsy               0     1     0     0     0     0     1     1     1     1     0     0
 974   VA  Charlotte   67   4   WEATHERFORD   Samuel              4     1     1     0     1     2     1     2     1     0     0     8
 974   VA  Charlotte   67   3   WEATHERFORD   Stephen             1     1     0     0     1     0     3     1     1     0     0     0
 974   VA  Charlotte   67   5   WEATHERFORD   William             1     0     0    

Creek Documents 14
A letter from Charles Weatherford, Jr., grandson of William Weatherford, ... With the death of my father Charles Weatherford Sr., who is about 95 years old, ...

homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmamcrk4/crkdox14.html

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmamcrk4/crkdox14.html
The Creek Documents 17
Defendant, Charles Weatherford, as administartor had no interest in real estate. Lucretia Sizemore says Mary Weatherford did not recognize him as a ...

homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmamcrk4/crkdox17.html

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmamcrk4/crkdox17.html
WILLIAM WEATHERFORD AND THE ROAD TO THE HOLY GROUND Alabama ...
He was the eldest son of Charles Weatherford, a Scots trader and horse breeder, and Princess Sehoy III, the daughter of a Creek chief and the granddaughter ...

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Finding many other NOTES in usgenweb.com about the Weatherfords:

1810 United States Federal Census  Virginia  Charlotte  Not Stated


ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/henrico/bios/earlyfam.txt



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 Home in 1790
(City,County,State) Year View
Census
 View Record Thomas Weatherford Caswell, NC 1790  N/A
 View Record William Weatherford Caswell, NC 1790  N/A
 View Record Charles Weatherford Fayette, NC 1790  
 View Record Martin Woodruff Farmington, Hartford, CT 1790  
 View Record Marten Woodruff Litchfield, Litchfield, CT 1790  
 View Record John Wheatherford Surry, NC 1790  
 View Record Jesse Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
 View Record John Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
 View Record Thomas Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
 View Record William Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
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 Alabama Land Records
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Match Quality View Record Name Land Office Total Acres Issue Date
 View Record John Weatherford ST STEPHENS  80  1 Sep 1831
 View Record Mary Weatherford ST STEPHENS  82  3 May 1833
 View Record Mary Weatherford ST STEPHENS  109.12  3 May 1833
 View Record Mary Weatherford ST STEPHENS  24.37  3 May 1833
 View Record William Weatherford CAHABA  79.7  16 Nov 1830
 View Record William Weatherford CAHABA  79.7  16 Nov 1830
 View Record William Weatherford CAHABA  79.91  4 Jun 1833
 View Record William Weatherford CAHABA  79.91  16 Sep 1833
 View Record Charles Weatherford ST STEPHENS  40.1775  5 Jan 1841
 View Record Charles Weatherford ST STEPHENS  40.0325  1 Aug 1853
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View Record W A Weatherford Beat 5, Leake, MS abt 1807 North Carolina  
 View Record W J Weatherford Not Stated, Hickman, KY abt 1842 Kentucky  
 View Record W M Weatherford Not Stated, Hickman, KY abt 1846 Kentucky  
 View Record Warren Weatherford Not Stated, Tallahatchie, MS abt 1814 Virginia  
 View Record Warren W Weatherford Not Stated, Tallahatchie, MS abt 1850 Mississippi  
 View Record Watson Weatherford St James Goose Creek Parish, Charleston, SC abt 1832 South Carolina  
 View Record Wesley Weatherford Knoxville, Knox, TN abt 1836 Tennessee  
 View Record Wiley Weatherford Not Stated, Hickman, KY abt 1810 Tennessee  

William Weatherford Springfield, Washington, KY abt 1840 Kentucky  
 View Record William Weatherford Key West, Monroe, FL abt 1831 Bahamas  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, MacOupin, IL abt 1842 Illinois  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Morgan, IL abt 1843 Illinois  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Morgan, IL abt 1817 Kentucky  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Montgomery, TN abt 1829 Tennessee  
 View Record William Weatherford Kentucky, Meade, KY abt 1797 Virginia  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Tallahatchie, MS abt 1841 Mississippi  
 View Record William Weatherford St James Goose Creek Parish, Charleston, SC abt 1810 South Carolina  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Marion, SC abt 1838 Marion  

William Weatherford Division 15, Cherokee, GA abt 1766 Virginia  
 View Record William Weatherford District 2, Marion, KY abt 1833 Kentucky  
  
 View Record William Weatherford District 6, Itawamba, MS abt 1835 Alabama  
 View Record William Weatherford North Fork, Izard, AR abt 1822 Arkansas  
 View Record William Weatherford District 2, Marion, KY abt 1834 Kentucky  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Dallas, TX abt 1848 Texas  
 View Record William Weatherford District 16, Gibson, TN abt 1842 Tennessee  
 View Record William Weatherford Chesterfield, Chesterfield, SC abt 1846 South Carolina    
 View Record William C Weatherford Charlotte, Charlotte, VA abt 1846 Charlotte  
 View Record William D Weatherford Northern Division, Guilford, NC abt 1813 North Carolina  
Record William M Weatherford Beat 5, Leake, MS abt 1847 Mississippi  
 View Record William T Weatherford District 2, Marion, KY abt 1832 Kentucky  
 View Record Williams Weatherford Key West, Monroe, FL abt 1800 Bahamas  
 View Record Wm Weatherford Division 2, Darlington, SC abt 1803 South Carolina  
 View Record Wm Weatherford District 4, Davidson, TN abt 1833 North Carolina  
 View Record Wm Weatherford District 4, Davidson, TN abt 1806 North Carolina  
 View Record Wm Weatherford District 2, Calloway, KY abt 1823 Kentucky  
 View Record Wm Weatherford Not Stated, Lunenburg, VA abt 1815    
 View Record Wm Weatherford St James Goose Creek Parish, Charleston, SC abt 1846 South Carolina  
 View Record Wm Weatherford St James Goose Creek Parish, Charleston, SC abt 1848 South Carolina  

Record Wm Weatherford District 7, Maury, TN abt 1835 Tennessee  
 View Record Wm B Weatherford North of Cumberland and East of Caney Fork Rivers, Smith, TN abt 1804 North Carolina  
 View Record Wm B Weatherford Division 1, Taylor, KY abt 1845 Kentucky  
 View Record Wm F Weatherford Subdivision 2, Muhlenberg, KY abt 1830 North Carolina  
 View Record Wm G Weatherford  District 7, Lawrence, AL abt 1844 Alabama  
 View Record Wm J Weatherford Bodcaw, Hempstead, AR abt 1847 Mississippi  
 View Record Wm J Weatherford Subdivision 2, Muhlenberg, KY abt 1845 Kentucky  
 View Record Wm J Weatherford North of Cumberland and East of Caney Fork Rivers, Smith, TN abt 1836 Tennessee  
 View Record Wm James Weatherford Georgia Factory, Clarke, GA abt 1831 Georgia  
 View Record Wm M Weatherford Carlinville, MacOupin, IL abt 1850 Illinois  

Alexander Wetherford District 1, Dade, FL abt 1847 Florida  
 View Record Allen Wetherford Fort Camp, Rutherford, TN abt 1815 Tennessee  
 View Record Amanda Wetherford Subdivision 7, Claiborne, TN abt 1840 Tennessee  
 View Record Amey Wetherford Not Stated, Lawrence, MS abt 1832 Mississippi  
 View Record Andrew Wetherford Shelby, Jefferson, IN abt 1845 Indiana  
 View Record Andrew Wetherford District 8, White, TN abt 1843 Tennessee  
 View Record Andrew A Wetherford Southern District, Halifax, VA abt 1850 Virginia  
 View Record Andrew J Wetherford Township 1 S R 2 W, Brown, IL abt 1848 Illinois  
 View Record Annett Wetherford Shelby, Jefferson, IN abt 1848 Iowa  
 View Record Archibal Wetherford District 1, Breckinridge, KY abt 1845 Kentucky  


Archibald Wetherford McCrackins, Rutherford, TN abt 1777 North Carolina  
 View Record Asa Wetherford District 1, Dade, FL abt 1811 Bahamas  
 View Record Augustus Wetherford District 1, Dade, FL abt 1834 Bahamas  
 View Record Benjamin Wetherford Division 3, Walton, FL abt 1833 Alabama  
 View Record Betsey Wetherford Not Stated, Monroe, AL abt 1806 Alabama  
 View Record Bloomfield Wetherford District 8, White, TN abt 1823 South Carolina  
 View Record Bradford Wetherford Township 1 S R 2 W, Brown, IL abt 1806 Kentucky  
 View Record Catharine Wetherford District 8, White, TN abt 1816 Tennessee  
 View Record Catherine Wetherford District 1, Dade, FL abt 1773 Bahamas  
 View Record Catherine Wetherford Division 88, Walton, GA abt 1834 Georgia  
Charity Wetherford Subdivision 7, Claiborne, TN abt 1804 North Carolina  
 View Record Charles Wetherford District 1, Breckinridge, KY abt 1798 Kentucky  
 View Record Charles Wetherford Not Stated, Monroe, AL abt 1832 Alabama  
 View Record Charles Wetherford Not Stated, Monroe, AL abt 1804 Alabama  
 View Record Charles N Wetherford McCrackins, Rutherford, TN abt 1825 Tennessee  
 View Record Christopher Wetherford Township 2 S R 3 W, Brown, IL abt 1837 Kentucky  
 View Record Clemsy Wetherford Buffalo, Morgan, MO abt 1820 Alabama  
 View Record Clemsy D Wetherford Buffalo, Morgan, MO abt 1848 Arkansas  
 View Record Daniel Wetherford Division 3, Walton, FL abt 1793 North Carolina  
 View Record David Wetherford Shelby, Jefferson, IN abt 1844 Iowa  

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http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/colonial/pioneer/chap21.html
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/colonial/pioneer/index.html
http://jrshelby.com/creek/
http://www.rootsweb.com/~gataylor/crkindw.htm
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmamcrk4/smfm2.html
http://www.1805georgialandlottery.com/w.shtml

http://www.bahamasnationalarchives.bs/Genealogy/LandGrants/Famhis_Landgrant_bookD
1.htm


http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/charlotte/bibles/b0weathe.txt


Major Weatherford 1774
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/charlotte/wills/wills1765-1800.txt

John Weatherford in 1782 tax list ( where are the others?)
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/charlotte/


Weatherford, Martin ( Witherford) of Augusta GA:   planter.
He served against the rebels during the seige of Augusta,  brought in
intelligence and intercepted rebel convoys.  He was  appointed conductor of the Creek
Indians and marched at the head of 300 of  them to the relief of Savannah.
Claim sworn St Augustine 11 October 1783  for a town lot of 50
acres....etc.....with 10  negroes.


 Evidence on the Claim of MARTIN WEATHERFORD,  late u of Georgia.      
Claimt. Sworn:       He is a native of America. In 1775, when the War  broke
out, he was settled in Georgia on a Plantation. He resided at  Augusta, and
remained quiet until 1779. He pd. fines for not serving in    the Militia, and
took an oath of Allegiance to  the Americans.      In 1779 he joined Coll.
Campbell and took a  Capts Commission in the Militia. He remained behind them, and
was tried  for taking Arms agst. America, but as it could not be proved he
was  acquitted.      He kept out of the way until Sir Hy. Clinton  came to the
S. Ward, when he joined him and has been within the British  lines ever since.  
    On the Evacuation of Savanah he went to Florida  & from thence to the
Bahamas. He now resides in Abacco.      Produces letter from Gen. McArthur to
Loyalty  & Character. Says his Papers are lost.       50 Acres near Augusta. He
bought it in 1778 from  John Clark for £100 Str.      
He had cleared almost the whole of it. It was fine Corn Land. In  peaceable
times it was well worth £100 Strg.  


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rootsweb.com/~haas/lotsofnames/davenport/davenportvadeeds2.htm
p. 212 - 27 May 1773 Joseph Jenkins of Littleton Parish to WILLIAM DAVENPORT and William Hambleton of same for 150 pounds sell 300 ac. in Cumberland on both sides of Stinking Water Creek bounded by William Hambleton, John Boles, William Davenport, William Major, Richard Weatherford, Appomattock River, also 5 negroes Philes, Bob, Charles, Spark, Oliver and witnessed by John Stuart, William Major.
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P. 211 - 23 July 1784 William Ballow of Cumb. Co. to John Jones of same...24 ac. on south side Guinea Road adj. Joseph Jenkins and Richard Weatherford and witnessed by Cary Harrison, Elijah Jones. 24 july 1784 ack. by Ballew and wife Elizbeth Smith (sic) rel. dower.
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 WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3 WEATHERFORD (JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born 1645 in Williamsburg, York Co., Virginia, and died 1732 in Virginia. He married UNKNOWN. She died Unknown.
Notes for WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/ WEATHERFORD:
William lived in Henrico Co., VA. in 1691. On the main branch of Fallen Creek.
He lived to be 87 years old.
The spelling of the name Witherford changed at this time and his sons were known as Weatherfords.
      
Children of WILLIAM WEATHERFORD and UNKNOWN are:
4. i.   THOMAS4 WEATHERFORD, b. 1675, Henrico Co., Virginia; d. 1722, Louisa Co., Virginia.
5. ii.   WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. 1678, Henrico or Hanover Co., Virginia; d. 1756, Lunenburg Co., Virginia.
6. iii.   RICHARD R. WEATHERFORD, b. Bet. 1680 - 1685, James City Co., Virginia; d. 06 Jul 1756, Lunenburg Co., Virginia.
  iv.   JOHN WEATHERFORD, b. 1682, Henrico Co., Virginia; d. 1725, Virginia.
  Notes for JOHN WEATHERFORD:
John lived near his three brothers William, Richard, and Thomas on the Wolf Trap Fork of Henson's Creek.
 
  v.   JAMES WEATHERFORD, b. 1684, Virginia; d. 1740, Virginia.
  vi.   CHARLES WEATHERFORD, b. 1687, Henrico Co., Virginia; d. 1750.
  vii.   ANN WEATHERFORD, b. 1690, Virginia; d. Unknown.
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THOMAS4 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born 1675 in Henrico Co., Virginia, and died 1722 in Louisa Co., Virginia.
Notes for THOMAS WEATHERFORD:
Thomas was a Baptist Minister and lived in Louise Co., VA.
      
Children of THOMAS WEATHERFORD are:
7. i.   JOHN5 WEATHERFORD, b. 1712; d. Unknown.
  ii.   WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. 1714; d. Unknown.
  iii.   CHARLES WEATHERFORD, b. 1716; d. Unknown.
  iv.   MILDRED WEATHERFORD, b. 1720; d. Unknown.
  Notes for MILDRED WEATHERFORD:
Mildred and Elizabeth were twins.
 
  v.   ELIZABETH WEATHERFORD, b. 1720; d. Unknown.
5. WILLIAM4 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born 1678 in Henrico or Hanover Co., Virginia, and died 1756 in Lunenburg Co., Virginia. He married SUSANNA WALLER 1699 in Possibly New Kent Co., Virginia, daughter of JOHN WALLER and ELIZABETH?. She was born 1680 in St. Peters, New Kent Co., Virginia, and died 04 Jul 1758 in Lunenburg Co., Virginia.
Notes for WILLIAM WEATHERFORD:
William and one of his brothers moved their family to the new Frontier in Lunenberg Co., Va. William's family settled in Upper Cub Creek section which is now known as Charlotte Co. in the 1740's.
William is also recorded as owning 400 acres on both sides of Hensens Creek which he paid 40 Schillings.
Notes for SUSANNA WALLER:
On 18 Dec 1756, Susanna Waller Weatherford had written her Will in Lunenburg Co., Va. She was living in the upper Cub Creek area at the time, with her daughter Lucy who had married Christopher Parsons. Susanna received aid from the vestry in Hanover, Va. It stated that Susanna and William had the children John, William, Major and Lucy. They had lived close by and would witness each others legal transactions.
Weatherford, Susanna 12-18-1756; 7-4-1758; W.B. 1/226
Mentions: Daughter: Lucy Parsons
Executor: Christopher Persons [sic]
Witnesses: James Rutherford, Rose Rutherford.
More About WILLIAM WEATHERFORD and SUSANNA WALLER:
Marriage: 1699, Possibly New Kent Co., Virginia
      
Children of WILLIAM WEATHERFORD and SUSANNA WALLER are:
8. i.   JOHN5 WEATHERFORD, b. 09 Jun 1700, St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia; d. Unknown.
9. ii.   WILLIAM JR. WEATHERFORD, b. 07 Feb 1702/03, New Kent Co., Virginia; d. Abt. 1760, Lunenburg Co., Virginia.
10. iii.   LUCY WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1705, Virginia; d. Unknown.
  iv.   RICHARD WEATHERFORD, b. 14 Mar 1707/08, Virginia; d. Unknown.
  Notes for RICHARD WEATHERFORD:
Richard may have died as an infant or a young adult. He is not mentioned in his mothers Will.
 
11. v.   MAJOR WEATHERFORD, b. Bet. 1710 - 1715, Hanover Co., Va.; d. 01 Aug 1774, Lunenburg, Va..
6. RICHARD R.4 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born Bet. 1680 - 1685 in James City Co., Virginia, and died 06 Jul 1756 in Lunenburg Co., Virginia. He married SUSANNAH. She was born 1704, and died Bef. 1756.
Notes for RICHARD R. WEATHERFORD:
Richard and his family were living in Amelia Co., Va. about 1739.
Richard moved his family on land which is now known as Mecklenburg Co. Below the Meherrin River on Buckhorn Creek in the 1740's. During the Georgia Land Lottery around 1753, his sons Charles, William and Martin applied for land and left Lunenburg to settle in Augusta Co., Ga. John, Lucy and Elizabeth stayed in Va. with their father Richard. Richard resided with his daughter Lucy and her husband Lydall in his later years up until his death.
" Will of Richard R. Weatherford dated 1755, probated on 6th day of July 1756:
To all Christian people to whom these present shall or may come that I, Richard Weatherford Senior send greetings in our Lord God Everlasting my soul I recommend to God my body to the Dust from whece it came. Know ye that I Richard Weatherford of the County of Lunenburg in Cumberland Parrish for memory have given granted and confirmed and by this wrighting do firmly freely and absolutely give unto my son John Weatherford and ares forever the plantation he now lives on by esttmation containing Eight acors to him and his heirs and assigns forever and all other of my goods and chatils I freely give and will to my son John Weatherford and his heirs forever and this acknowledge to be my last will and testament being in my perfect sencesis is blessed be God. As witness my hand this 12 day of November in the year of our Lord God 1755 hereunto have set my hand and fixst my seal.
Richard R. Weatherford SS
James Mackadanell
Charles Weatherford
John Tomson
At a court held for Lunenburg County the 6th day of July 1756
The within written last will and testament of Richard Weatherford,
deceased was exibited in Court and the same was proved by the oaths of John
Tomson and Charles Weatherford and the same was ordered to be recorded.
Teste: Clement Read, CLC
Truly recorded
Recorded: Will Book 1, page 163 Teste: Clem Read CLC "
      
Children of RICHARD WEATHERFORD and SUSANNAH are:
  i.   CHARLES5 WEATHERFORD, b. Bet. 1718 - 1724, Mecklenburg, Va.; d. Unknown.
  Notes for CHARLES WEATHERFORD:
Charles' land grant is noted first with a grant of 390 acres on the north side of Meherin River which adjoined John Bookers property on 12 Mar 1749. He then sold this land on 6 Nov 1753. he conveys to William Mucklehony both of Lunenburg Co., Va., for L30, 390 acres of land in Lunenburg Co., on the north side of ut....., to white oak in Bears Element Creek, down Branch as it meanders to the Creek, down Creek to the River, down River to first station, etc... In the presence of Christipher Johnson, John Weatherford and William McDow. Deed Bk. 3, pg. 414.
Charles obtained many properties and many lawsuits regarding the lands he owned.
 
12. ii.   WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. Bet. 1720 - 1730; d. Unknown.
13. iii.   MARTIN WEATHERFORD, b. 1728, James City Co., Virginia; d. Mar 1805, Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas.
  iv.   JOHN WEATHERFORD, b. 1732; d. Unknown.
  Notes for JOHN WEATHERFORD:
John was Willed his fathers plantation which may be due to the fact that he was the youngest child. The older children had already owned their own real estate.
John is listed on the 1752 Tithes as residing next to his brother William in Mecklenburg Co.
 
  v.   LUCY WEATHERFORD, b. 1732; d. Unknown; m. LYDALL BACON; d. Unknown.
  vi.   RICHARD JR. WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1733; d. Unknown.
  vii.   ELIZABETH WEATHERFORD, b. 1734, Taskigi, Alabama; d. Unknown.
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JOHN5 WEATHERFORD (THOMAS4, WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born 1712, and died Unknown.
Notes for JOHN WEATHERFORD:
John's sons David, Joseph, Richard and William are found as residents of Cumberland Co., Va. before 1789.
      
Children of JOHN WEATHERFORD are:
14. i.   WILLIAM6 WEATHERFORD, b. 1734, Virginia; d. 06 Aug 1776, Charlotte or Lunenburg Co. Virginia.
15. ii.   JOHN WEATHERFORD, b. 1732, Lunenburg, Va.; d. Unknown.
16. iii.   RICHARD WEATHERFORD, b. 1736; d. 06 Jul 1756, Lunenburg Co., Va..
  iv.   CHARLES WEATHERFORD, b. 1738; d. Unknown.
  v.   JOSEPH B. WEATHERFORD, b. 1740; d. Unknown; m. MARGARET; d. Unknown.
  vi.   DAVID WEATHERFORD, b. 1742; d. Unknown.
8. JOHN5 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born 09 Jun 1700 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia, and died Unknown. He married ANN?. She died Unknown.
Notes for JOHN WEATHERFORD:
John was living next to his sister Lucy and her husband Christopher Parsons in 1748 in Lunenburg Co., Va. which was an area between Cubb Creek and Falling River. In 1749 he is listed as being in the area from Falling River to Little Roanoke River.
Note; Believe the following information is in regards to this John Weatherford;
Lunenburg Co. VA February 1765 ( from LDS MF#032389)
John WEATHERFORD to Joel TRAYLOR
February 1765
This commission and certificate was returned and ordered to be recorded Teste. Wm. TAYLOR C.L.C.
This indenture made the twenty six day of December in the years of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty between John WEATHERFORD of the county of Lunenburgh of the one part and Joel TRAYLOR of the said county of the other part. Witnesseth that the said John WEATHERFORD for and in consideration of the sum of sixteen pound current money of Virginey to him in hand paid by the said TRAYLER the receipt whereof hedoth hearby acknowledge hath given, granted, bargained and sold and by these presents doth give, bargain and sell unto said Joel TRALER, his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred acres be the same more or less lying and being in the county of Lunenburg on Mehearen /river and bounded as follows :
Beginning at William TRALERís corner white oakon DARDENís line and long ADKESON line to a corner white oak in ADKESON line long the said line to the Rig path and along the Ridg path to the old line thence along the said line to William TRAERís line and along the said line to the beginning with all woods, underwoods, swamps, marshes and quaries together with all houses, orchards, gardens, fences, water and watercourses, rights, conditions, advantages and all other opportunities whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining thereto. To have and to hold the aforesaid land together with the receipted premises and any part and parcel there with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Joel TRALER his heirs and assigns forever to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Joel TRALER and of his heirs and assigns forever and the aforesaid John WEATHERFORD for himself and of his heirs, executors and administrators doth cevenant and agree to and with the said Joel TRALOR his heirs and assigns that he the said John WEATHERFORD his heirs the above mentioned sold land and premises with these and any of these appurtenant and agree to and with said Joel TRALER, his heirs and assigns forever and do hereby warrant the same said premises against him the said John WEATHERFORD his heirs and against all other persons whatever shall and do warrant and forever by these presents defend in witness thereof the said John WEATHERFORD hath hereunto set his hand and seal this day and year first above written.
John WEATHERFORD
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of us                  
John WILLIAMS, William MORE, Phil (his + mark) JOHNSON
Memorandum: that on the twenty sixth day of December in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and sixty, quiet and peaceable possession and siezer of the within mentioned lands and tenements was had and taken by the within named John WEATHERFORD in his proper person and by him was delivered unto the within named Joel TRALER according to the true form and effect of the within written deed.
John WEATHERFORD \
In presence of Teste. John WILLIAMS, William MOORE, Phil (his + mark) JOHNSON
at a court held for Lunenburgh County the 14th day of Feby 1765
John WEATHERFORD acknowledged this deed indented and the memorandum of livery and seison thereon indorsed which was admitted to record      Teste. Wm. TAYLOR
C.L.C.
      
Children of JOHN WEATHERFORD and ANN? are:
17. i.   JOHN W. JR.6 WEATHERFORD, b. 1726, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia; d. 1793, Bartholomew Co., Indiana.
  ii.   WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. Bet. 1725 - 1735, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia; d. Unknown.
  Notes for WILLIAM WEATHERFORD:
William is found in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent and James City Co., Va.
 
9. WILLIAM JR.5 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born 07 Feb 1702/03 in New Kent Co., Virginia, and died Abt. 1760 in Lunenburg Co., Virginia. He married SUSANNAH WILKERSON, daughter of JOHN WILKERSON. She was born Abt. 1705 in Possibly Virginia, and died Unknown.
Notes for WILLIAM JR. WEATHERFORD:
William was baptized at St. Peter's Parish and is on record in the Vestry Book, pg. 404, 406.
Notes for SUSANNAH WILKERSON:
Her surname MAY be Wilkerson. Also on the Lunenburg Co., Va. Tithes is a JOHN WILKERSON who could be her father.
If Susanna is indeed a Wilkerson then she MAY be related to the following that is found in Lunenburg Co., Va. Marriages;
James Ward to Eliza Ann Wilkerson surety; Thomas Wilkerson l2/ 1/1834
Turner Hamlett Susanna Furgeson surety; Benjamin Wilkerson 9/29/1817
      
Children of WILLIAM WEATHERFORD and SUSANNAH WILKERSON are:
18. i.   WILKERSON6 WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1726, Lunenburg or New Kent Co., Virginia; d. 1790, Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina.
19. ii.   SARAH WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1730; d. Unknown.
10. LUCY5 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born Abt. 1705 in Virginia, and died Unknown. She married CHRISTOPHER PARSONS. He died 04 Nov 1760 in Lunenburg, Virginia.
Notes for LUCY WEATHERFORD:
Lucy has been stated at times with her mothers surname which is Waller. Lucy and her husband Christopher were living next door to Lucy's brother John in 1748 in Lunenburg Co., Virginia in the area between Cubb Creek and Falling River.
Notes for CHRISTOPHER PARSONS:
Information regarding this line came to me from Jackie Parsons Batdorf who had found the information of Mrs. Henry Hilton of Decatur, Texas. Jackie will be sending me info. on the children of Christopher and Lucy.
Parsons, Christopher* Not dated 11-4-1760; W.B. 1/313
Mentions: Wife: Doesn't mention her name
Sons: William Parsons, Christopher Parsons, Major Parsons,Thomas Parsons, John Parsons and Daughter: Agnes Parsons
Executors: John Baskerville, Robert Weakley, Major Weatherford
Witnesses: Thomas Paulet, William (his X mark) Parsons,
John (his X mark) Weatherford
*Note: Listed as Persons by Torrence. Name written Persons in body of ---- will - signed Christopher (his X mark) Parsons.
      
Children of LUCY WEATHERFORD and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS are:
  i.   THOMAS6 PARSONS, b. 1749; d. Unknown; m. ELIZABETH SPARKS, 1772; d. Unknown.
  More About THOMAS PARSONS and ELIZABETH SPARKS:
Marriage: 1772
 
  ii.   WILLIAM PARSONS, d. Unknown.
  iii.   JOHN PARSONS, d. Unknown.
  iv.   CHRISTOPHER JR. PARSONS, d. Unknown.
  v.   AGNES PARSONS, d. Unknown.
  vi.   MAJOR PARSONS, d. Unknown; m. TABITHA HINES, 1783; d. Unknown.
  More About MAJOR PARSONS and TABITHA HINES:
Marriage: 1783
 
11. MAJOR5 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born Bet. 1710 - 1715 in Hanover Co., Va., and died 01 Aug 1774 in Lunenburg, Va.. He married (1) ELIZABETH EDWARDS 1734 in Charlotte Co., Va., daughter of WILLIAM EDWARDS. She was born Abt. 1715 in Lunenburg / Charlotte Co., Va., and died Unknown. He married (2) MARY EDWARDS 26 May 1760 in Lunenburg Co., Va., daughter of WILLIAM EDWARDS. She was born Abt. 1718 in Lunenburg, Va., and died Unknown.
Notes for MAJOR WEATHERFORD:
Major was living near his sister Lucy and her husband Christopher Parsons. Major's brother John lived next to Lucy and Christopher in 1752.
Major must have had a good relationship with his father-in-law William Edwards. Mr. Edwards referred to Major as his son in his Will which was dated 26 Jun 1756 in Bedford Co., Va.
Major's Will is dated 4 Mar 1774 in Charlotte Co., Va. and proved 1 Aug 1774. The Will mentions the following info. and stating his wife to be Mary.
He leaves to his son William the plantation which Thomas Parsons now lives on, and 100 acres at Allen's ford on Cubb Creek. For his son John, land adjoining William's son Richard to have the plantation on which Major now lived on, after the death of his wife Mary. For his girls, he wills them to receive 1/3 apiece more than his sons. If my wife should die before my young children age 14, they are to receive 15 per annum until age 14.
Executors for Major's Will were John White, John Barksdale and Henry Madison.
Witnesses were William Parsons (x), Henry Madison, Samuel Cothran, Mary Gehran (x), and Major Weatherford (x).
Note the following that was found in Lunenburg Co., Va. Wills;
Austin, Richard 3-1-1759; 12-4-1759; W. B. 1/280

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Mentions:
Wife: Doesn't mention her name
Sons: Thomas Austin, Euzriah Austin
Relationship of following not stated: Elizabeth Vernon, Sarah Joice, Samuel David, Thomas John, Peren Alday, David Reese
Executors: Captain Chas. Anderson, James Anderson (of Cumberland County), Joseph Morton
Witnesses: Nathan Austin, George Caldwell, Majer (sp.) (his X mark) Weatherford.
Note; The following is either Major or his sons;
List of Tithes for 1764- Cornwall Parish, Lunenburg Co., Va.
Tithes Land
Major Wetherford
Wm. Wetherford ............................. 4 838
More About MAJOR WEATHERFORD and ELIZABETH EDWARDS:
Marriage: 1734, Charlotte Co., Va.
Notes for MARY EDWARDS:
Major then married Elizabeth's sister Mary. Ref: Early Wills, Lunenburg Co., Va. 1746-1766. by Elliott on pg. 146.
Mary "MAY" have been married before, to a Mr. Ratcliff.
More About MAJOR WEATHERFORD and MARY EDWARDS:
Marriage: 26 May 1760, Lunenburg Co., Va.
      
Children of MAJOR WEATHERFORD and ELIZABETH EDWARDS are:
  i.   RICHARD6 WEATHERFORD, d. Unknown.
20. ii.   WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. 1737, Virginia; d. Unknown, Lunenburg Co., Virginia.
21. iii.   ELIZABETH MARIA WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1740, James City, James City Co., Va.; d. 24 Nov 1776, Virginia.
22. iv.   REV. JOHN WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. 1743, Hanover Co., Va.; d. 23 Feb 1833.
  v.   MAJOR WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1745; d. Unknown
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WILLIAM5 WEATHERFORD (RICHARD R.4, WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born Bet. 1720 - 1730, and died Unknown. He married UNKNOWN. She died Unknown.
Notes for WILLIAM WEATHERFORD:
Found in the Tithes of 1748. It lists William Weatherford and Frances Tucker, next to Charles Weatherford in the region which is now known as Mecklenburg Co.
Tithes for 1749, shows William listed "from Butchers Creek to the extent of the County downwards". 
Tithes for 1750, Again, next to Charles Weatherford.
Tithes for 1751, Again, next to Charles Weatherford.
Tithes for 1752, It now lists William next to John Weatherford and John Bone.
      
Children of WILLIAM WEATHERFORD and UNKNOWN are:
  i.   JOHN6 WEATHERFORD, b. 1740, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia; d. Aft. 1810; m. UNKNOWN; d. Unknown.
  Notes for JOHN WEATHERFORD:
Note: That John's children seem to have the same names as some of George Weatherford's children, George being John's first cousin once removed.
 
23. ii.   MAJOR WEATHERFORD, b. 1745, Possibly Virginia; d. Unknown.
13. MARTIN5 WEATHERFORD (RICHARD R.4, WILLIAM WHITHEFORD/3, JOHN WHITHEFORD/2, THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD/WEATHERFORD) was born 1728 in James City Co., Virginia, and died Mar 1805 in Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas. He married (1) MARY HALF BLOOD 1747. She was born Abt. 1730 in Virginia, and died Unknown in Augusta, Richmond Co., Georgia. He married (2) ISABELLA ARCHER Bef. 1775 in Possibly Augusta, Richmond Co., Georgia. She was born 17 Aug 1760 in Georgia, and died 24 Aug 1807 in Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas.
Notes for MARTIN WEATHERFORD:
Martin had a patent on 600 acres on Laton's Creek. Laton's Creek is a branch of Buckhorn Creek in Mecklenburg Co. This is found in Vol. 5, pa 450 on 9 Nov 1753.
Martin was in Va. then Ga. then Florida for about a year when the Spanish took Florida, they headed to the Bahamas.
Some of this was info. that was posted by Allyson Lee.
About 1757, Martin, John, William and Charles Weatherford headed to Augusta, GA. John supposedly stayed in S.C. During the Revolutionary War, they formed the Augusta Loyalist Militia, which had about 1100 Tories. When Augusta fell in the 1780's, 250 persons from various counties, including Charles, Martin, James, John, Charles and others were put on trial and ordered out of Augusta. An act of Confiscation and Banishment in Augusta on 4 May 1782 from the State Archives Ref.: Candler, Revolutionary Records of Ga. Vol. 1 (1769-1782) page 386. "Be, and they are hereby declared to be banished from this State forever" 60 days in which to go, otherwise, jail or expedition "beyond the Seas to some of the British Kings dominion." Martin went to Florida, then to the Bahamas, where there are a number of Weatherford's. William went to the Florida Keys and Charles went to Alabama and then to St. Augustine, FL. John was the odd duck, he was in the War but was in the Continental Army. Martin's grandson became the Creek Indian known as Red Eagle. Martin and his family moved to the Bahama's.
Note: Martin's land that was confiscated was five miles north of Augusta, Ga. In the 1970's, Govenor Telfair lived on the land.
Notes for MARY HALF BLOOD:
Mary was of Indian descent. She was supposedly what you would call a half blood. She moved with her family from Virginia to Augusta, Georgia around 1757. Her name or middle name may have been Jane?
More About MARTIN WEATHERFORD and MARY BLOOD:
Marriage: 1747
Notes for ISABELLA ARCHER:
This is an assumption only at this point, but my assumption is that it may have been a niece that had married Isabellas' son William Martin, since her name was Isabella Archer too but the birthdates are within reason to be a niece I would say. You may want to do further research here.When Martin married Isabella they had lived in the Bahamas. Many of their descendants still reside there.
More About MARTIN WEATHERFORD and ISABELLA ARCHER:
Marriage: Bef. 1775, Possibly Augusta, Richmond Co., Georgia
      
Children of MARTIN WEATHERFORD and MARY BLOOD are:
24. i.   JAMES6 WEATHERFORD, b. 1750, Lunenburg Co., Virginia; d. Bef. 1800, Possibly Edgefield, Edgefield Co., South Carolina.
25. ii.   CHARLES WEATHERFORD, b. 1752, Lunenburg Co., Virginia; d. Aft. 1804, Ft. Bennin Military Reservation of Georgia.
  iii.   JOHN WEATHERFORD, b. 1754, Lunenburg Co., Virginia; d. Unknown.
  iv.   CATHERINE WEATHERFORD, b. 1756, Lunenburg Co., Virginia; d. Unknown; m. DAVID DOUGLAS, 10 Jul 1777, Augusta, Georgia; b. Abt. 1756; d. Unknown.
  Notes for CATHERINE WEATHERFORD:
At this time, Catherine's first name will need further research. My questioning this is because Martin and his second wife also named a daughter Catherine and her nickname was Caty. Now Caty MAY have been named after her older half-sister, I don't have the answer at this time.
 
  More About DAVID DOUGLAS and CATHERINE WEATHERFORD:
Marriage: 10 Jul 1777, Augusta, Georgia
 
      
Children of MARTIN WEATHERFORD and ISABELLA ARCHER are:
  v.   HENRIETTA6 WEATHERFORD, b. 1775, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Township, Georgia; d. 17 May 1797, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas; m. WILLIAM GOULD, 07 Sep 1796, Harbour Island, Abaco, Bahamas; d. Unknown.
  More About WILLIAM GOULD and HENRIETTA WEATHERFORD:
Marriage: 07 Sep 1796, Harbour Island, Abaco, Bahamas
 
26. vi.   JOHN WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. 1776, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Township, Georgia; d. 28 Sep 1867, Hope Town, Abaco, Bahamas.
  vii.   WILLIAM HENRY WEATHERFORD, b. 1777, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Township, Georgia; d. 04 Oct 1823, Bahamas; m. ISABELLA, Abt. 1805, Bahamas; b. Abt. 1785; d. Unknown.
  More About WILLIAM WEATHERFORD and ISABELLA:
Marriage: Abt. 1805, Bahamas
 
27. viii.   CATHERINE WEATHERFORD, b. 1778, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Township, Georgia; d. Unknown.
  ix.   CHARLES C. WEATHERFORD, b. 1779, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Township, Georgia; d. Aft. 1850, Key West, Monroe Co., Florida; m. SARAH ROBERTS, 31 Aug 1803, St. John's Parish, Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas; b. Abt. 1782, Grand Bahama Island; d. Unknown.
  More About CHARLES WEATHERFORD and SARAH ROBERTS:
Marriage: 31 Aug 1803, St. John's Parish, Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas
 
28. x.   RICHARD WEATHERFORD, b. 1781, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Township, Georgia; d. 16 Mar 1865, Abaco, Bahamas.
  xi.   CHARLOTTE WEATHERFORD, b. 1783, St. Augustine, East Florida; d. 16 May 1805, Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas.
  xii.   SARAH WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1784, Abaco, Bahamas; d. Aft. 1804.
  xiii.   ISABELLA WEATHERFORD, b. 1785, Abaco, Bahamas; d. 12 Apr 1820, St. Matthew's Church, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas; m. JOHN W. "CAPT." HALL, 24 Dec 1817, Bahamas; b. Abt. 1785; d. Unknown.
  More About JOHN HALL and ISABELLA WEATHERFORD:
Marriage: 24 Dec 1817, Bahamas
 
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Charles was a trader among the Creek Indians, shown as a "white", married to a woman of the Creek Nation.
Charles was granted 150 acres of land near Augusta, Georgia on December 7, 1762. This grant of land could have been either from military service, or, granted because of his having a Creek wife.
I know Charles served in James Edward Powells' 2nd Troop of Georgia Rangers from October 1, 1762, to April 1, 1764. So, he could have come into the land either way.
His property was bounded on one side by that of Bryant Ward, a white resident among the Cherokee, born in Scotland in 1735, who was married to Nancy Ward, better known as "Ghigau", meaning " Beloved Woman". Nancy was a very prominent person among the Cherokee, and revered by the Cherokee, so much so, that the Cherokee leaders held her words/ advice in high regard. Unusual for the time because generally, leadership decisions were left to the men, and women were not given prominence in decisions that affected the Nation. Therefore, Charles Weatherford had a very important neighbor in Nancy and Bryant Ward.
On another side of Charles' property, was John Vann Jr., his father being trader John Vann (white), his mother being a Cherokee woman. John Jr. was half Cherokee. The Vann's being a most prominent and important family among the Cherokee, some of which were leaders of the Cherokee Nation.
Another side of Charles property was held by Martin Weatherford, Charles' father.

1 ENGLISH CROWN GRANTS, by Hemperley
2 GEORGIA CITIZENS AND SOLDIERS pahes 183, 184, 22
3 COLONIAL SOLDIERS IN THE SOUTH, pgs 1041 - 1066
4 HAWKINS TRIP, Hemperley, pgs 223 - 224
5 MC GILLIVRAY, Caughey, pg 218
6 DRAPER, 42, states that one Charles Weatherford made a will in Jackson County, Georgia, on Nov. 7, 1814.He left a wife, Charity, and children named Archibald, Rhoda, Patsey, Betsey, and Suzie.
7 REMINISCENCES, Woodward, pgs 77 - 78 States that William Weatherford was Charles son by a full blood, while John D. was his son by a mixed blood. One of Charles's daughters married a Thomas, and was apparently living in 1874.
8 MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY IN THE WAR OF 1812, Rowland, pgs 45 - 47.
9 WHO WAS WHO AMONG THE SOUTHERN INDIANS 1698 - 1907, Martini, pgs. 693, 694, 695, 696
10 WHO WAS WHO AMONG THE SOUTHERN INDIANS 1698 - 1907, Martini, pgs 679 for Bryant Ward, also see HISTORY OF ROGERS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, pg 434, SOUTH CAROLINA DEED ABSTRACTS, Vol. 4, pg 184, FRANKLIN COUNTY DEEDS, pgs 14, 25, 36, 113, 116, 296, 336, and WILL BOOK FRANKLIN COUNTY GEORGIA Book A, pg 75
Next, my question is, could Martin's wife, the mother of Charles, have been Indian? All we find about her is her name "Jane". Two of the most common "white" names that were given to Indian woman by the white's was Jane and Mary. Such names made the Indian women seem more "civilized" to whites, and were also easier to pronounce than their original Indian names.
I am not saying that Jane WAS Indian, only that there is a good possibility that she could have been. Traders among the Indians almost always took Indian wives, for it gave them better standing with the Indians as a whole, and they were more likely to be trusted, and confided in, if they were connected to the Indian peoples.
This gave the trader the ability to hear and see what the general population of white people were not allowed, such as the possibility of war against the white settlers, advance warnings of things that would have been important to the white settlers safety, movements of settlements of Indians, the when and where of the important leaders of the Indians.
It is also important to note that as a trader, Charles would have moved around a lot through the vast wilderness, and had he had a white wife, this would have made it difficult to maintain his household and be away among the Indians for extended periods of time.
As the Indians often picked up and moved with the seasons to different areas of their country, due to hunting game, and forage for their animals, it would have been very hard for a white wife to locate him, whereas, if he was married to an Indian woman, he would always know where the Indian people were and they would have means of locating him if need be. The Indian grapevine was extensive and quite efficient.
If Charles mother was of Indian ancestry, then Charles would have inherited Indian blood from her, as would any of his siblings who were born to Martin and Jane.
By 1780 Charles was married to Sehoy Tate. Sehoy can get a little confusing due to the fact that her mother was also named Sehoy.
Lachlan McGillivray was a trader among the Creek Indians. He was born about 1725 in Scotland and came to Georgia in 1736 as an indentured servant of John McIntosh.
In 1744 Lachlin received a license to trade among the Indians, both the Creek, and later he was licensed to trade among the Choctaw.
By 1764 he was the owner of a plantation called Vale Royal, near Augusta.
Lalchlin McGillivray married Sehoy Marchand, the daughter of a French officer at Fort Toulouse and a woman of Creek blood. Sehoy Marchand's mother was referred to as " a Creek woman of the Wind Clan", a "sister to the chief Red Shoes", and a "principal woman of the Creek Nation".
Historian Thomas Woodward recorded that Sehoy Marchand's mother was a full blood Tuskegee, who married trader Malcom McPherson, and had a daughter named Sehoy. Sehoy Marchand McPherson later married Lachlan McGillivray.
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While most sources state that Sehoy McPherson Tate Weatherford, was a sister to the Creek Indian Chief Alexander McGillivray, she was in fact, a half sister to Alexander, and Alexander himself made the statement that while they had the same father, they had different mothers. Alexander also mentions cousins named McPherson.
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It is interesting that Alexander McGillivray was married to the daughter of trader Jacob Moniac. Jacob Moniac was a Creek trader, originally from Holland. He was married to a Creek woman. He had one daughter who married Alexander McGillivray, another who married the Chickasaw Indian chief William Colbert, one other daughter married a Josiah Francis, a Creek, better known as "The Prophet".
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It is interesting because, from information that I have, I find that Charles Weatherford's daughter Elizabeth ( Betsy), married Samuel Moniac, a son of Jacob Moniac. Samuel was also called Tokkes Harjo. Elizabeth later married a Riley.
The same information shows that Charles's son, William, Red Eagle," was married to three wives; Mary Moniac, Sapoth Thanie, and Mary Stiggins.
John D. Weatherford, son of Charles married a Creek woman. They had at lest one child, a daughter. No names given for these women unless I accidentally missed them, but this daughter married a man named Kellum. I have not investigated further on John or wife and daughter.
Charles daughter Rossannah (Roseanna) married a Captain J. W. Shomo. He is reportedly a Creek, but I have not found anything further on him . I do have other materials I can check through later though just to see if anything turns up on him.
But I find it interesting that the Moniac name keeps popping up so many times. Mkes me want to dig more and see how these people managed to get so interwoven with each other. Things like that fascinate me.
I also have some info that says Charles had another daughter ( Suzie/Susan) who married a Sizemore. I have found an Alexander Sizemore, a Creek Indian, born in 1839, the son of William Sizemore.In 1860 Alexander Sizemore was living in the household of Charles Weatherford in Monroe County, Alabama, and who married "into the Weatherford family". I have to say that this is pretty good evidence that Suzie/Susan Weatherford married Alexander Sizemore.
William Sizemore (father of Alexander) was a Creek Indian, his wife was Parey Collins, of Creek blood.
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Alabama Census, 1810-90
about Absolom Sizemore
Name: Absolom Sizemore
State: AL  
County: Clarke County  
Township: Search Vital Records  
Year: 1816  
Database: AL 1810-1819 Tax Lists Index  
  


Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
about Absolom Sizemore
Name: Absolom Sizemore
Spouse: Susanah Auttry
Marriage Date: 9 Feb 1816
County: Clarke  
State: Alabama  
Performed By Title: Justice of the Peace  
Performed by Name: Josiah Jones

1860 United States Federal Census
about Mary Moniac
Name: Mary Moniac
Age in 1860: 14  
Birth Year: abt 1846  
Birthplace: Alabama  
Home in 1860: Not Stated, Baldwin, Alabama
Race: Indian (Native American)  
Gender: Female  
Post Office: Stockton
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members: Name Age
Samuel Moniac 47  
Susan Moniac 46  
M M Moniac 20  
James Moniac 18  
Richard Moniac 16  
Mary Moniac 14  
Eliza Moniac 12  
Lavetia Moniac 6  
Jefferson Moniac 11  
Wesley Dervines 15  
W W Adams 29  
Peggy Mc Gee 57  
  
  


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Thomas Weatherford Caswell, NC 1790  N/A
 View Record William Weatherford Caswell, NC 1790  N/A
 View Record Charles Weatherford Fayette, NC 1790  
 View Record John Wheatherford Surry, NC 1790  
 View Record Jesse Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
 View Record John Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
 View Record Thomas Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
 View Record William Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
Charles Weatherford Fayetteville, Anson, NC 1800  
 View Record Halkiah Weatherford Not Stated, Montgomery, NC 1800  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Montgomery, NC 1800  
 View Record Elisha Weatherford Abbeville, Abbeville, SC 1800  
 View Record ??HN Weatherford Edgefield, Edgefield, SC 1800  

Record Elisha Weatherford Abbeville, Abbeville, SC 1800  
 View Record ??HN Weatherford Edgefield, Edgefield, SC 1800  
 View Record Charles Weatherford Fayetteville, Anson, NC 1800  
 View Record Halkiah Weatherford Not Stated, Montgomery, NC 1800  
 View Record William Weatherford

 Ann C Wetherford Lunenburg, Lunenburg, VA 1810  
 View Record Geo Weatherford Not Stated, Casey, KY 1810  
 View Record Joel Weatherford Not Stated, Casey, KY 1810  
 View Record John Weatherford Not Stated, Casey, KY 1810  
 View Record Abel Weatherford Lincoln, Lincoln, KY 1810  
 View Record Elizah Weatherford Lincoln, Lincoln, KY 1810  
 View Record Harden Weatherford Shelbyville, Shelby, KY 1810  
 View Record Wm Weatherford Jerusalem, Ontario, NY 1810  
 View Record Thomas Weatherford Not Stated, Caswell, NC 1810  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Caswell, NC 1810  

Record Jesse Weatherford Not Stated, Darlington, SC 1810  
 View Record Johnw Weatherford Not Stated, Darlington, SC 1810  
 View Record Biddy Weatherford Not Stated, Edgefield, SC 1810  
 View Record John Weatherford Not Stated, Edgefield, SC 1810  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Spartanburg, SC 1810  
 View Record Charles A Weatherford Not Stated, Charlotte, VA 1810  
 View Record Daniel Weatherford Not Stated, Charlotte, VA 1810  
 View Record John Weatherford Not Stated, Charlotte, VA 1810  
 View Record Patsy Weatherford Not Stated, Charlotte, VA 1810  
 View Record Samuel Weatherford Not Stated, Charlotte, VA 1810  
Record Stephen Weatherford Not Stated, Charlotte, VA 1810  
 View Record William Weatherford Not Stated, Charlotte, VA 1810  
 View Record Sarah Wetherford Not Stated, Marion, SC 1810  
 View Record Benjm Wetherford Lunenburg, Lunenburg, VA 1810  
 View Record Joseph Wetherford Lunenburg, Lunenburg, VA 1810  
 View Record William Wetherford Lunenburg, Lunenburg, VA 1810  


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 Land Office Total Acres Issue Date
 View Record John D Weatherford ST STEPHENS  39.82  1 Aug 1853
 View Record John D Weatherford ST STEPHENS  79.64  15 Nov 1854
 View Record Edward Weatherford CAHABA  40  1 Aug 1837
 View Record Edward Weatherford CAHABA  40.09  12 Aug 1837
 View Record Jones Weatherford CAHABA  40.03  15 Aug 1837
 View Record Edward Weatherford CAHABA  40.09  2 Feb 1852
 View Record William J Weatherford GREENVILLE  80  1 Nov 1858
 View Record Seaborn J Weatherford GREENVILLE  160.01  2 Apr 1884
 View Record Richard Weatherford SPARTA  39.9125  15 Aug 1837
 View Record Richard Weatherford SPARTA  39.9175  2 Sep 1839
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Second Troop of Georgia Rangers April 1764 to July 1764

Captain James Edward Powell
1st LT Noble Wimberly Jones
2nd LT  Edward Barnard
3d LT  Mungo Graham
Qtr Mstr  Thomas Waters
Cadet  Robert Wm Powell
Corp  Thomas Boles?
"         Wm Johnson
 "        John Frentz
 "        James Penny
Drummer   Jack McKenzie
Private  Bradley Gambell
 "        Wm Murphy
 "        George Burns
 "        John and William Payne
 "         Charles Weatherford
 "         Barnet Hynd?
 "        Stephen and Joseph Kemp
 "        John Herd
 "        Arthur Coody
 "        John Burns
 "         James Gray
 "         John Holloway
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Home in 1790
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 View Record Charles Weatherford Fayette, NC 1790  
 View Record Thomas Weatherford Caswell, NC 1790  N/A
 View Record William Weatherford Caswell, NC 1790  N/A
 View Record Charles Woodruff Litchfield, Litchfield, CT 1790  
 View Record Charles Witherbe Brookfield, Worcester, MA 1790  
 View Record Charles Woodruff Schoharie, Albany, NY 1790  
 View Record John Wheatherford Surry, NC 1790  
 View Record Jesse Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
 View Record John Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC 1790  
 View Record Thomas Wetherford St Thomas, Cheraws District, SC
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Name: Silv. Waterbury lived at
Locality: Stamford, Connect . He was from the first in favour of the Brit. Government. Had been active in seizing some Powder which was Conveyed up the Country for use
OSPage: 828 of the Rebels, in
Date: 1777 . Went within the Brit. Lines at
Locality: New York , served as a Pilot several years, occasionally.  
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finally some evidence of Martin Weatherford who married Mary Half Blood and had the son named Charles.....all I ever found were other's family trees and could never find Martin on a census or anything - story is that he was banned from the state of GA and went to the Bahamas...
  
  
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93. Evidence on the Claim of MARTIN WEATHERFORD, late u of Georgia.    
Claimt. Sworn:    
He is a native of America. In 1775, when the War broke out, he was settled in Georgia on a Plantation. He resided at Augusta, and remained quiet until 1779. He pd. fines for not serving in    
the Militia, and took an oath of Allegiance to the Americans.    
In 1779 he joined Coll. Campbell and took a Capts Commission in the Militia. He remained behind them, and was tried for taking Arms agst. America, but as it could not be proved he was acquitted.    
He kept out of the way until Sir Hy. Clinton came to the S. Ward, when he joined him and has been within the British lines ever since.    
On the Evacuation of Savanah he went to Florida & from thence to the Bahamas. He now resides in Abacco.    
Produces letter from Gen. McArthur to Loyalty & Character. Says his Papers are lost.    
50 Acres near Augusta. He bought it in 1778 from John Clark for £100 Str.    
He had cleared almost the whole of it. It was fine Corn Land. In peaceable times it was well worth £100 Strg.    
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1753 Mucklehoney Wm Va Lunenburg 390a n side of Meherrin from Charles Weatherford for 30 lbs. adj John Booker on river. wit Chris Johnson, John Weatherford and Wm McDow. (Deed bk 3:43)
1755 Mackhaney Wm Va Lunenburg 390a to John Lucas for 30 pds, granted to Charles Weatherford 1749 n side of Merrin, etc. wit Wm Gee, Wm Mcdow Elenor, wife of Mucklehony, relinquished her dower right. signed William X Mucklehonny (Deed Book 4:153) . (Note that in the 1774 will of Robert McElhaney in Lancaster Co SC the McDow family figures prominently.)
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Henry Williams appears in the act of Confiscation.Martin Weatherford, Wits:    
Knew Claimant in Georgia. His Father & Thos. were all active Loyalists. Came from Carolina on that acct. Claimant was himself very active Was in many engagements. Was taken prisoner. Remembers Major Williams & Col. Grierson after an engagement in which Grierson fort was taken, forcing their way into Col. Brown's fort, which afterwards Capitulated. Grierson was wounded. Clamant was also shot.    
He had a large stock of Cattle, many negroes. His Negroes were taken in Fort Cornwallis. He had a considerable gang of Negroes. Negros were worth from £50 to 60 Ster.    
Knew the coded Lands, & heard Claimant had a very fine Plantation there, & had improved it greatly.    
  

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Produces affidavit of
Name: Jonathan Woodruff to Claimt.'s Estate at
Locality: Elizth. Township being worth £750 Pen. Cury., & to its being confiscated & to his personal property, worth £282 Pen. Cury.  
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Weatherford, Martin (3)    
Gosling, Mrs. Elizabeth Potter (40)    
Williams, Edward (48)    
Wiswall, Rev. John (25)    
[p.162] THE EVIDENCE.    
A New Claim.    
92. Evidence on the Claim of Henry Marlandale, late of Pensilvania.    
Resided in 1783 and 1784 in Rawden in this Province. Says    
he never heard of the Act until the Commissonrs. arrived last year. lie is a native of Pensilvania in Kent County.    
He was living on his own Property when the War broke out.    

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93. Evidence on the Claim of MARTIN WEATHERFORD, late u of Georgia.    
Claimt. Sworn:    
He is a native of America. In 1775, when the War broke out, he was settled in Georgia on a Plantation. He resided at Augusta, and remained quiet until 1779. He pd. fines for not serving in    
the Militia, and took an oath of Allegiance to the Americans.    
In 1779 he joined Coll. Campbell and took a Capts Commission in the Militia. He remained behind them, and was tried for taking Arms agst. America, but as it could not be proved he was acquitted.    
He kept out of the way until Sir Hy. Clinton came to the S. Ward, when he joined him and has been within the British lines ever since.    
On the Evacuation of Savanah he went to Florida & from thence to the Bahamas. He now resides in Abacco.    
Produces letter from Gen. McArthur to Loyalty & Character. Says his Papers are lost.    
50 Acres near Augusta. He bought it in 1778 from John Clark for £100 Str.    
He had cleared almost the whole of it. It was fine Corn Land. In peaceable times it was well worth £100 Strg.    
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Henry Williams appears in the act of Confiscation.Martin Weatherford, Wits:    
Knew Claimant in Georgia. His Father & Thos. were all active Loyalists. Came from Carolina on that acct. Claimant was himself very active Was in many engagements. Was taken prisoner. Remembers Major Williams & Col. Grierson after an engagement in which Grierson fort was taken, forcing their way into Col. Brown's fort, which afterwards Capitulated. Grierson was wounded. Clamant was also shot.    
He had a large stock of Cattle, many negroes. His Negroes were taken in Fort Cornwallis. He had a considerable gang of Negroes. Negros were worth from £50 to 60 Ster.    
Knew the coded Lands, & heard Claimant had a very fine Plantation there, & had improved it greatly.    
(475). Continuation of Case of Joshua Hill, V. Vol. 1, P. 153.    
Hugh Dean, Esq., Wits:    
Knew Claiman;. Says he was Loyal from the first. Remembers his coming to New York. Understood he had been driven from his home & gone thro. great Persecutions & Troubles. He had been attacked in his own house & shot at. Is perfectly satisfied as to his Loyalty. He understood that when he was attacked in his own house, he was first taken Prisoner, but shot 2 of the persons who took him & made his escape from them. Knew that he was possessed of considerable landed Property, but did not knew it particularly. He fancies he had large Landed Property, the. he might also have Incumbrances upon them, as he had been a great speculator in Lands.    
Knows his houses were very well furnished. His wife took Part with the Rebels. She is now in Possession of one of his houses. Does not know what is become of the rest of his Property. His Wife & Children are in the States.    
The eldest Son agrees with the Mother in Principles, the rest of the family agree in their Principles with the Father.    
Claimant was a member of the Assembly before the war, & Witness considered him as a respectable Character.    

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  Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario by Alexander Fraser . Provincial Archivist 1904  

Name: Martin Weatherford , Wits:  
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  Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario by Alexander Fraser . Provincial Archivist 1904  
Knew
Name: Samuel Williams . He was one of the first who left his home. One of the most Loyal. He & his sons served all the war. He was a Captn. in Florida Rangers.  
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  Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario by Alexander Fraser . Provincial Archivist 1904  
Heard of his having a very good Saw Mill. Knew that he had Negroes. He was at
Locality: Fort Augusta & taken Prisoner there.  
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  Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario by Alexander Fraser . Provincial Archivist 1904  
Letter produced from
Name: Geo. Lecker in
Locality: London to
Name: Messrs . Limburner & Co. at
Locality: Quebec stating the Death of the late
Name: Samuel Williams . Certificate produced from Lt.-Col.
Name: Thos. Brown of the Loyalty & services of the late
Name: Samuel Williams & his Family in
Locality: Strong Terms , stating services.  
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  Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario by Alexander Fraser . Provincial Archivist 1904  
Produces valuation of Property by Captn.
Name: John Legat & 3 others.  
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  Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario by Alexander Fraser . Provincial Archivist 1904  
Produces order from L.-Col.
Name: Brown to the late
Name: Saml. Williams to send in his Negroes to fort
Locality: Cornwallis , dated
Date: April, '81 . With certificate that 3 Negroes were accordingly sent & that they were captured.  
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591. Case of
Name: John Bonnell , formerly of
Locality: Georgia .  
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  New Claim.  
Claimant appears & says he was in
Locality: Georgia about 80 miles from
Locality: Savanah , when it was evacuated & could not join the Brit. when they evacuated. Should have gone with them, could he have got down in time. This was in
Date: 1781 . He staid in
Locality: Georgia till summer
Date: 1784 , then went to
Locality: St. Augustine . Did not hear of the act till he came to
Locality: Augustine . Now resides at
Locality: Coppendoch in this Province.  
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Says he joined the Militia under Col.
Name: Brown at St. Mary's. Served with him about 9 months. Went into
Locality: Georgia , served till 3 weeks before evacuation of
Locality: Charles town , when he had leave to go up the Country. Says he staid 2 years. Had no opportunity of going before. His Father lived upon
Locality: O'Geetchie in
Locality: Georgia & Claimant had 60 Head of Cattle on his Farm of his own. Claimant was then 20 yrs. of age. His Father is now in that Province.  
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When Genl.
Name: Prevost went from
Locality: Charles town , Claimt. went up to fetch his Cattle down to
Locality: Savanah . Thinks this was in
Date: 1781 . Had got his Cattle & was carrying them away when he was taken by Rebels and made a Prisoner. The Rebels made a Prize of his Cattle. 4 Horses; lost when he was taken Prisoner. Left them on a farm near his Father. They were afterwards taken by the Rebels.  

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Name: Martin Weatherford , Wits:  
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Knows Claimant. He was an active Loyalist & suffered frequently. Knew his Plantation at
Locality: Steven's Creek . Remembers him in Possession some years. They were good Lands. There were several Builds. He had Negroes, a considerable stock of Cattle & Horses. Heard he had some fine Horses.  
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592. Case of
Name: James Jones , late of
Locality: S. Carolina .  
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Claimt. appears & being sworn says:  
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He resided 72 miles from
Locality: St. Augustine . As soon as he heard of the act, sent down his Claim to Mr.
Name: Mills who was a Justice of Peace. He was so ill he could not go. It was about the time Captn.
Name: Thos. Young sent his Claim.
Name: Mills sent word he could not accept it, because Claimt. was not present. It was brought back to Claimant because
Name: Mills could not send it. Claimant was then too ill to move from home.  
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He is a native American. Settled in 96 Dist. Was obliged to serve in American Militia at first & to take oaths. Joined the Brit. after
Locality: Charles Town was taken. In Militia under Major
Name: Neeley & continued to serve during the War. Came from
Locality: St. Augustine
Date: last April , 12 months. Now settled at
Locality: Dartmouth .  
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Was possessed of 250 acres in 96 Dist. Drew it himself. Had cleared 25 acres; a good house, Barn & 2 Stables. Has been in Possession 16 years. It is now in hands of Rebels.  
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Left 3 horses, 12 head Cattle--left on his Plantation. Rebels had them. 60 Hogs, furniture, Cash.  
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Major
Name: Neeley , Wits:  
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Remembers Claimant. Came in & joined Militia after reduction of
Locality: Charles Town . He continued to serve after that. Knew a Plantation of which he was said to be the owner. A good Plantation. There might be 30 acres clear. Cattle & horses & Hogs.  

  
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Atlantic Ports, Gulf Coasts, and Great Lakes Passenger Lists, Roll 4: 1820-1870
about C. Weatherford
Name: C. Weatherford
Date: 1863 - 7/1 - 9/30
Age: 23  
Sex: M  
Port of Arrival: Key West, Florida  
Country of Origin: Bahamas  
Occupation: Mariner  
Ship: N/A  
Port of Embarkation: N/A  
Destination: United States  
Master: N/A  
  

Name: Isabella Weatherford
Date: 1866 - 4/1 - 6/30
Age: 60  
Sex: F  
Port of Arrival: Key West, Florida  
Country of Origin: Bahamas  
Occupation: Seamstress  
Ship: N/A  
Port of Embarkation: N/A  
Destination: United States  
Master: N/A  

Name: Martin Weatherford
Date: 1863 - 10/1 - 12/31
Age: 16  
Sex: M  
Port of Arrival: Key West, Florida  
Country of Origin: Bahamas  
Occupation: Mariner  
Ship: N/A  
Port of Embarkation: N/A  
Destination: United States  
Master: N/A  

Name: Miss ??? Weatherford
Year: 1844  
Age: 32  
Estimated birth year: abt 1812  
Place: Key West, Florida  
Source Publication Code: 4703  
Primary Immigrant: Weatherford, Miss
Annotation: Abstract of passengers who arrived at the port of Key West between 1837 and 1848. Compiled by numerous persons, including Lois D. Mitchell.  
Source Bibliography: "LIST OF PASSENGERS ARRIVING IN THE DISTRICT OF KEY WEST, FLA., 1837-1868." In Deep South Genealogical Quarterly. Vol. 6:1 (Aug. 1968), pp. 35-42; vol. 6:2 (Nov. 1968), pp. 90-92; vol. 6:3 (Feb. 1969), pp. 152-156.  
Page: 90  


Name: Asa Weatherford
Year: 1837  
Age: 28  
Estimated birth year: abt 1809  
Place: Key West, Florida  
Source Publication Code: 4702  
Primary Immigrant: Weatherford, Asa
Annotation: Abstract of passengers who arrived at the port of Key West between 1837 and 1848. Compiled by numerous persons, including Lois D. Mitchell.  
Source Bibliography: "LIST OF PASSENGERS ARRIVING IN THE DISTRICT OF KEY WEST, FLA., 1837-1868." In Deep South Genealogical Quarterly. Vol. 5:4 (May 1968), pp. 199-205.  
Page: 199  

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Name: Ursula Weatherford
Spouse: David Burleson
Parents: Charles   Weatherford ,        
Birth Place: Lunenburg CO, VA
Birth Date: 1758
Marriage Place: Anson CO, NC
Marriage Date: 1774
Death Place: Murfreesboro, Rutherford CO, TN
Death Date: 27 Feb 1835

Click here: wills006.txt on ftp.rootsweb.comPage 26:
p. 73,
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/henrico/wills/wills006.txt
Will of Tepps Jones, planter
To Philip Turpin and his wife, all of my land I bought of my
brother Thomas Jones, for life.  After their decease, to my
cozen Thomas Jones.  If he die, then to Edward Skerme.  To
sister Mary Skerme, a mare foal and heifer.  To Edward Skerme,
1 Virginia saddle stitched with silk.  To sister Martha Osborne,
20 shillings to buy a mourning ring.  To honored mother, all the
rest of my goods, etc., and she to be sole executris. (p. 96
mother's name: Mary Skerme). Dated 19 Feb 1788/9. Wit: Martha
Stratton, Edward Haskins, All. Clerke. Probated 1 Aug 1689.

Ironically this Philip Turpin is in the lineage of Lucius Powhatan Little as one of his many grandfathers, as well as a Thomas Jones.
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Grandmother Weatherford's ancestry:
Catherine married in 1811 Charlotte Virginia
listed as daughter of Charles
See #76
1810 census of Charlotte Virginia includes Patsy Weatherford and 3 daughters.
While several Weatherfords settled in South Carolina or N.C. , Martin moved his family into Georgia in the 1700s.  Martin was a Loyalist and his son Charles was enlisted in the Georgia Militia.
Ben I do not know of but he is there also in 1779
Charles was the son of Mary half blood and Martin Weatherford all born in Virginia but the Alabama history books refer to him as a Scotchman
Martin married twice that we know of and Charles may have had several wives.
Several books have been written about the Weatherfords and their associations with indians, how they fought with the British, and kept company with many well known names in history like McIntosh, McQueen, Durant, Tait, Baily, McGillvary, Marchand,  Cornell, Hawkins, Pickett but the complete truth may never be known.
This Charles is a landowner in 1750 so he may have been the brother of Martin....but also could have been the son of Martin and the mate of Patsy.
Kentucky Bios'  where Lucius Little wrote about Katherine Weatherford being his granny.
The Sons of Liberty 1774:  Martin Weatherford and many others listed in Augusta GA
Georgia DAR
1782 James Weatherford in the GA Militia
The father of Martin was Richard and William was the grandfather thus the name is passed on
A Wiliam Weatherford found in the Virginia Line was described as dark and ruddy
McIntosh
John and Isaac Weatherford become Continental Prisoners of War, but was their father?
1780 under the care of William Weatherford, the 96th Brigade
General Macarthur
1784 Corporal John Weatherford
1763 GA Rangers:  Marchant, Charles Weatherford, in Savannah
Birth of Chief Red Eagle about 1780 to Charles and Sehoy Weatherford
Red Eagle, Tecumseh, Pushmataha
Red Eagle and Lucy Cornell
1787 Land Grant in Burke County GA to James Weatherford 400 acres.
Pickett wrote about his life among the Creeks in Wetumpka and Montgomery along the Alabama River, where the Coosa and Tallapoosa come together.  Pickett Springs historical marker is found in North Montgomery area now near the Lower Wetumpka Road
Marchand and Major Weatherford in 1830 Alabama near Johnson, Gunter, and Joiner
Mary Weatherford, Stiggins , Sizemore, Smith, Cobb, and John Weatherford in 1830 Alabama
1830 William Weatherford in Arkansas Indian Territory near James Cochran
McGillivary and Charles Weatherford go to Court with Joiner, McIntosh, Cochran and Cornell
1773 Martin Weatherford in Augusta Georgia with Pratt, Bacon, Bugg, Johnston, Walker
Laura Little Hawes, First Famlies of America, great granddaughter of Catherine Weatherford Wright - Laura studied the Powhatans' connection to our family. Her father wrote letters to many and even wrote books, was a Judge in Kentucky History books.
Photo of Martha Wright Little, daughter of Catherine Weatherford,  Martha was the mother of Lucius P. Little and he was Laura's father.
Some of the Littles served in the War of 1812
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