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INDEX

PARKER   
Beaurie    
Timothy

James B
  ch
Peter
James
Josiah

FELTON

HAYES
Priscilla
Timothy
William
Jacob
William
 Peter
 Peter
 Peter
 Peter
 John
also
 Elizabeth
 Benjamin
 James
 William
 Peter

BROWN
 Betsy
 James
 ?Samuel 

MINCHEW
Cloe
Maximilian
Richard
Richard
Henry

BOND
Mary
Richard
Richard

MAUDLIN
Sarah
Ezekiel

WRIGHT
 Mary
 Joseph

YEATES
Elizabeth
John

SLEDGE
Martha
Charles

CLARKE
Mary
Robert

FLAKE
Elizabeth
Robert

MOORE
Katherine
John

PARKER-2
 Christian
 Priscilla
 Robert
 Richard
 Richard
 Richard 

ROUNTREE 
 Hortense JohnAbner
 Solomon
 Abner
 ?Robert
  Robert
  Robert  
 also
  William
  Charles 
  Francis 
  John

LASSITER
 Allen
 Josiah

BLANCHARD

SANDERLIN 
 Emily Jane
 Dorsey
 Joseph
 Collingsworth
  
 Robert
 John
 James

WALKUP
Lydia
Samuel
John

SAWYER
Charity
 Evan

BARECOCK
Sarah
Thomas

JENNINGS
 William

HUDGINS
 Amelia
 Josiah
 Humphrey
 Humphrey
 Robert H
 Robet
Thomas

FOSTER
Louisa
John
John
Richard
Thomas

RIDDICK
 Ann
?Abraham
also
 Mary  
 John   
  John
 

PARKER
 Browsholme 
 Macclesfield
   of Surry
 of S Hertford 
 of MapleLawn
Joe of NH 
Tom of Bertie
Joe of Bertie 
Elisha of NH 
Saul of NH

KING

HOLLAND

SUMNER

Sally's great-great great Grandparents:

Samuel Walkup ca 1770 - 1830his parents 
& ? ? ca 1772-18??
|  her parents
of Camden County, North Carolina


This is my working hypothesis - the way I see it as of this moment!!

   Samuel Walkup and his wife were married ca 1789 in Camden Co., NC.
Samuel Walkup, son of John Wachup, shoemaker, and his first wife, who perhaps was a daughter of Nathan Gregory and wife Susan, was born either in Camden or Currituck County ca 1770. Perhaps also Lydia's mother's name was Lovey Gregory? or maybe Cooper (I remember faintly grandmother telling me that she was kin to the Coopers from over that way) born c1772 in Camden County and the grand-daughter of David and Lovey Gregory. The census shows a number of daughters and perhaps a son or two in Sam Walkup's household

   Samuel Walkup departed this life February the 14 day of 1830. [entry found in the Bible of Enoch P Daily printed in the Pasquotank Historical Society Yearbook Vol 4 c.1983] 


Children of Samuel Walkup and [Lovey Gregory]:
1. Sarah Walkup ca 1802 -
       married Abner Berry ca 1796
2. Lydia Jane Walkup born ca 1809 - ca 1841
       married ca 1830 Dorsey Sanderlin 1811 - 1881
3. Emily Walkup  ca 1808 - 15 April 1838 age 30 years
       married 7 June 1827 Enoch P Daily 24 Nov 1800 - 4 Nov 1852
                   as his 2nd wife
4. Mary Walkup ca 1811
        married  Stephen Forbes ca 1793
? 5.  daughter
       married James Bray


Camden County Deed Book:
22 June 1792, Sam Walkup sold land given by John Wachup to the said Samuel his son.
12 Feb 1811 Edmund Gregory, son of David & Lovey Gregory (dec) to Sam Walkup 5 A for $50.
25 July 1813 Enoch Daily to Sam Walkup 1 A for $10.
10 Nov 1814 Abner & Elizabeth Cooper to Sam Walkup 5 A on Sandy Hook for 25 pds.
18 Jan 1816 Lenard Gregory to Samuel Walkup house & 4 A for $45.
10 Feb 1816 Thomas Gregory to Sam Walkup 5 A for $50.
14 April 1816 David & Nancy Dunken to Samuel Walkup 5 A for $50.
1 Feb 1823 Abner & Elizabeth Cooper to Samuel Walkup 27 A on Sandy Hook Rd.

Nov term 1836-- Dorsey and Lydia Sanderlin -- deed 10 A. of land lying next to Lovey
Walkup to Enoch Daily.

led to by entries in "Deed Book Relationships Camden Co, NC " by Elizabeth McPhearson Jones
1839 - Camden Co Deed Book V page 328 ---being part of the tract of land that belonged to Samuel Walkup at his death and in the division among his lawful heirs was set off to Abner Berry in write of his wife Sarah and known as Lot no 2 bounded by Lot no 1 and 3 which were set off to E P Daily in write of his wife Emily and the heirs of James Bray containing 11 acres----

1852 - Deed Book Z page 363 ---land that Mary Forbes, Lidia Sanderlain and Sarah Berry herited from Samuel Walkup deceased containing thirty two acres ---


CENSUS CAMDEN CO NC
YEAR            HEAD           MALES     TO 16      16UP                FEMALES
1790
SAM WALKUP                  0           1                    1
                                             0-10 10-16 16-25 25-45 45 UP    0-10 10-16 16-25 26-45 45 UP
1810
S WALKUP            0       0      1       1      0         3      1        2      1      0
1820
SAMUEL WALKUP 0      1       1       0       1        2       3       0       0     1


Grandchildren of Samuel Walkup and wife:

Sarah Walkup and Abner Berry had:
            1850 Camden Co Census 
 
1. Samuel Berry 10 Jan 1838 -
 2. Carolin 27 Feb 1839
 3. George 12 July 1840 -
 4. Ann 11 Oct 1842 -
 5. John Berry 2 Dec 1843 -

Lydia Walkup and Dorsey Asa Sanderlin had:
  1. William Sanderlin 1831 - 1862
  2. Emily Jane Sanderlin 1834 - 1898

Emily Walkup and Enoch P Daily had:
   1. Susannah K Dailey 30 Oct 1828 - 3 Jan 1833
   2. Edmond W Dailey 20 Jan 1835 - 8 Sept 1898
[
this list on 1850 Camden Co Census under Enoch and Eleanor Dailey 
may not be the rights ones although I found no other] they were all children of the 3rd wife]

Mary Walkup and Stephen Forbes had:
         1850 Camden Co Census 
 
1.  Elizabeth Forbes ca 1837 -
  2.  Charlotte Forbes ca 1841 -
  3.  Burvill Forbes [m] ca 1845 -
  4.  Mary Forbes ca 1849 

---------------------------
a revision from a record of Enoch P Dailey Bible
Enoch P Dailey 24 Nov 1800 - 4 Nov 1852
 married 6 Jan 1818 Morning Kemp  died 30 March 1827
   1. Delphine W Dailey 31 Aug 1822 -
 married 7 June 1827 Emily/Emley Walkup 1808 - 15 April 1838 age 30
   1. Susannah K Dailey 30 Oct 1828 - 3 Jan 1833
   2. Edmond W Dailey 20 Jan 1835 - 8 Sept 1898

 married 7 Nov 1839 Eleanor K Ball  died 13 Nov 1858 or is it the daughter
  1. Elizabeth Frances Dailey 19 Jan 1841 -
  2. Enoch P Dailey Jr 28 July 1842 -
  3. Eleanor K Dailey 30 April 1845 -
  4. Henrietta Daily ca 1847 -

 


 
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