David Askew & Millicent Outlaw

David Askew 1745 – 1815 | his parents scroll down page
& Millicent [Milly] Outlaw 1755/60 – aft 1815 | her parents
of Bertie Co, NC


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


David Askew and Milly Outlaw married about 1775
David Askew is the son of a Thomas Askew of I of W Co VA
Milly appears to be the daughter of Edward Outlaw son of Ralf.

1790 David Askew 3 3 4 f 0 17 27
1800 David Askew 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 27
1810 David Askew 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 – 25

Children of David Askew and Milly Outlaw:
1. Rachel V Askew
married Thomas E Hare 1767 – 1814
2. David Askew 1775/93 – ca 1823 Hertford Co
married Sallie Askew 3 June 1797 – 28 May 1861
a. Emily Askew ca 1820 –
married Thomas D Jenkins ca 1816 –
b. Lavinia Askew ca 1822 –
married Edward D Lewis
3. Mary Askew est 1795 –
married Daniel Van Pelt Wynns ca 1790 – bef 1840
4. Annarilla Askew
married Elisha McGlauhon
5. John Askew 1770 – 1829 Bertie Co NC
married 2 Jan 1793 Mary Outlaw ca 1775 – 1843
dau of David Outlaw and Martha Standley
6. Josiah A Askew 1770 – 1834

married 12 Feb 1796 Milly Outlaw
dau of Thomas Outlaw Jr
7. Celia [Selah] Askew 1782 – 1849

married 20 Dec 1802 Thomas Holley 1780 – 1827
son of James Holley d 1795 and Winifred Ward dau of Thomas
8. Aaron Askew 1780 – 1843
married 7 May 1805 Martha Alexander
a. Ann E Askew 1807 –
married Joseph Watford ca 1803 – 1843 Bertie Co
married Frances Watford
9. Christine Askew 1780 –
married 18 Aug 1801 Samuel Godwin
married bef Apr 1811 Northwell [Nowell?]
10. Elisha Askew 1795 – 1879
married Martha [Patsy] Eubanks 1795 – 1836
11. George Askew 1780 – 1832
married Ann Outlaw 1783 – 1854
dau of George Outlaw and Rachel Hinton
12. Elizabeth Askew
married John [Shamble] Chamblee d. 1806 Wake County NC testate
a. Elisha A Chamblee of Pitch Landing NC 1790/1800 – bef 1845
served in Ho use from Hertford Co in 1829 and 1831
married Mary ? ca 1804 – 1867
i. James Blakeley Chamblee ca 1824 –
married Nancy Lewis 24 Mar 1810 – 5 Dec 1846
1. Fannie A Chamblee
married Margaret L Davis ca 1834
1. Martha Sarah Chamblee ca 1853 –
married William James Sumner
2. Mary Elizabeth Chamblee ca 1853 –
3. James Blakely Chamblee Jr. ca 1859 –
married Annie Jane Dilday
4. John Chamblee ca 1861 –
5. Margaret Chamblee ca 1863 –
6. Susan Chamblee ca 1865 –
7. William E. Chamblee ca 1868 –
married 1st Mary E.
married 2nd Bettie Jenkins
8. Ada B. Chamblee
married Abner Burden
ii. William W Chamblee ca 1831 – ca 1870
married Sarah Ann Hayes 1832/39 –
1. A B Chamblee ca 1853 – f
2. L M Chamblee ca 1856 – f
3. Robert A Chamblee ca 1862 –
Sarah Ann married 2nd Henry David Baker ca 1840 –
1. John W Baker ca 1872 –
2. Sarah H Baker ca 1875 –

iii. Mary E Chamblee ca 1839 –
married William Slaughter
1. Joseph Slaughter
married Caroline Willoughby
[married ca 1855 Henry D. Slaughter 1827 –
1. Mollie S Slaughter ca 1857 –
2. Anaritta Slaughter 1860 –
3. Celia E Slaughter 1863 –
4. Cora Slaughter ca 1866 –
5. Annie J Slaughter 1869 ]
D’Ann says Hmmmmm on this info
Mary had married 2nd Henry L Williams JP
iv. Missouri J Williams ca 1843 –
married John A Perry ca 1842 –
1. Fletcher L Perry ca 1863 –
2. Mary E Perry ca 1868 –
3. George W Perry ca 1869 –
Mary married 3rd bef 1860 William P Britton ca 1791 – aft 18 May 1867

Will of David [x] Askew F/339 12 Apr 1811 proved Apr Ct 1816 Bertie Co
Wife Milicent Askew – lend one-third of all my land, one-third of the dwelling house and at her death to my son David Askew. Lend wife Negroes Daniel, Jude and Jack and at her death to be equally divided between my children Celia Holley, Rachel Hare, and David Askew. Wife – mare, riding chair, furniture, etc.
Daughter Rachel Hare – Negroes Winney, Leah, King, York and Cooper, trunk, bed, etc.
Son John Askew – Negro Toney. Grandson David Askew [son of John Askew] -colt.
Son Aaron Askew – one northern brandy still and Negro Harrett.
Son George Askew – one pound with what he has already received.
Daughter Christian Northwell – Negro Peg.
My Negroes Dick, Milly, Hulda, and Nathan are to be sold and proceeds divided between my children Mary Wynns, John Askew, Elisha Askew, Josiah Askew, Annarilla McGlauhaun, Elizabeth Shamble, Aaron Askew, Celia Holly and my granddaughter Patsey Godwin.
Son David Askew – all the lands I may own, reserving one-third loaned to my wife for her lifetime and reversion to him the said David. Son David – Negroes Jinny, Amy, Phillis, Ben, Jacob, Lewis, Harry, Dave, and Hannah and the rest of my estate. My son David is to pay to my son Elisha the sum of $200 and to my son Josiah Askew the sum of $100.
Ex: sons John and David
Wit: Daniel Wynns, Mills Jernigan
[Probate indicates the will was contested in a case entitled David Askew’s exr. vs George Askew et al. Will was proved at May Court, 1816] abstract by David B Gammon.

SEPT 5, 1806 WAKE CO NC Mentioned in will of John Chamblee as “his son not yet of age”–not yet 21. Also mentioned Elisha’s “Uncle Aron ASKEW” (which would be the brother of Elizabeth, John’s wife, thus her maiden name Elizabeth ASKEW) e-mail from D’Ann Stoddard, Chamblee & Chamlee Family Organization


 

John Askew 1770 – 1829 | his parents
& 1793 Mary Outlaw ca 1775 – 1843 | her parents
of Bertie Co, NC


This John Askew 1770 -1829 is the son of David Askew and wife Millicent Outlaw.
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Mary Outlaw is the daughter of David Outlaw ca 1748 – 1789 and wife Martha Standley
David Outlaw is the son of Ralf Outlaw 1720 – 1790 and first wife Ann.

John Askew 1770 – 1829
married 2 Jan 1793 Mary Outlaw ca 1777 – 1843

Children of John Askew 1770-1829 and Mary Outlaw:
1. David Outlaw Askew 31 Jan 1794 Bertie Co NC – 13 May 1849 Oktibbeha Co MS
senator Hertford Co 1827, 1828 then emig to Mississippi
married 1st Mary [Polly] Askew [Outlaw] widow of George O. Jr
a. Napoleon B Askew 1816 – 1861
married Elizabeth Rabb 1821 – 1872
married ca 1835 Martha Eliza Etheridge 12 Jan 1818 Bertie Co NC – 18 June 1890 Columbus MS
daughter of William Etheridge and Mary Holley of Bertie Co NC

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June 1890 Columbus Ms.
Burial Place, Friendship Cemetery Columbus Ms. lot 293.
Compliments of Samuel L Askew Jr

a. George Washington Askew 1838 – 1916
married 1873 Rachel Henriette Snow 1845 – 1942
i. William David Askew 1873 – 1952
married 1899 Pearl Hawkins 1876 – 1963
1. George D Askew 1901 – 1975
married 1930 Virgie Nell Bonner 1908 –
a. Richard Ouren Shirley Jr 1927 –
2. Rachel Henrietta Askew
3. Samuel Leo Askew 1911 – 1980
married 1937 Maurice Elizabeth Hale 1913 –
a. James David Askew 1937 –
married 1964 Allie Ruth Lewis
married 1989 Marily Baker Melton
b. Samuel Leo Askew Jr 1939 – e-mail
married 1965 Frances Louise Mayerhoff 1940 –
ii. Samuel Nathon Askew 1877 – 1925
iii. George Washington Askew Jr 1892 – 1973
married Beulah Fete 1898 – 1980
1. George Luther Askew 1925 – 199x
a. Luther Benton Askew 1949 – 1970
married 2nd Mary Helen Overby 1923 –
b. Mery E Askew 1840 – 1913
c. Martha [Pattie] E Askew 1843 – 1904
d. Joseph Holley Askew 1846 – 1896
married 1882 Willie Sharp 1861 – 1896
i. Sallie H Askew 1883 – 1883
ii. Harris S Askew 1884 – 1885
iii. Mary Sharp Askew 1887 – 1952
married Frank Caleb Qwen 1877 – 1942
1. Benjamin Ligon Qwen 1921 – 2003
a. David Qwen
b. Frank Qwen
c. Lydia Qwen Boesch
d. Marsha Qwen
iv. Joseph Holley Askew Jr 1890 – 1891
v. Martha E Askew 1892 – 1894
vi. Willie Sharp Askew 1895 – 1910
e. William David Askew 13 Dec 1848 – 1 Feb 1912 Columbus MS
married 1871 Martha [Pattie] E Askew 8 Nov 1848 NC- 17 Feb 1880 MS
daughter of John Outlaw Askew and wife Mary A Harrell of Hertford County NC

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Burial Place, Friendship Cemetery Columbus Ms.
Compliments of Samuel L Askew Jr
Pattie’s photo from Winbourne’s History of Hertford County NC

i. William Joe Askew 1877 – 1885
married 2nd Oktibbeha Co MS 17 Dec 1891 Eleanor [Lena] Dare Henry
3 Feb 1872 MS – 8 Apr 1948 Los Angeles CA
Lena died in Los Angeles CA where she had moved before 1920
ii. Pattie W Askew Sept 1894 – 1969
married Roy Patterson Tate 1883 – 1943
iii. Mary L Askew Nov 1898 –
married ca 1920 Claud Bullard ca 1899 –
iv. Maud G Askew April 1900 –
v. Lucile E Askew ca 1902 –
vi. Laura Y Askew ca 1906 –
vii. William D Askew Jr ca 1909 –
2. Aaron Outlaw Askew 1800 – 1866
married Mary Priscilla Watford 1817 – 1875
a. Mary Ann Askew 1839 – 1926
b. William Watford Askew 1841 – 1896
married 27 Feb 1862 Celia Eason ca 1840 – bef 1870
married bef 1870 Amanda Eason ca 1845 –
both daughters of Alfred Eason ca 1815 – bef 1870 and wife Mary ca 1815 –
i. Laura Askew 1871 – 1961
married Mr. Jernigan
1. James Hunter Jernigan
married Mattie ?
a. James Hunter Jernigan Jr
married Linda
b. Carlton Jernigan
married 3 times – children by first wife
i. Shirley Jernigan
ii. Carlton [Buddy] Jernigan Jr
iii. Marion Jernigan
c. Gladys Jernigan [never married]
ii. Alfred Eason Askew 1873 – 1957
married Lillian Myers 1882 – 1961
1. Hartwell Graham Askew
married Margie
a. Judy Askew
2. Edna Askew
married 1st Linwood Minton
married 2nd C D Padrick
iii. William Jesse Askew 12 Aug 1881 – 1 Apr 1960
Mr. Will Askew drove the school bus the year my sister Julia started school.

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Will Askew & friend near Connaritsa Church

married 30 Dec 1909 Ruth Tayloe 14 Sept 1881 – 9 Mar 1958
1. Ruth Tayloe Askew 28 Mar 1914 – Jan 1969
married 1941 Maurice W Dennis Jr d. 1999
a. Maurice W Dennis III 1942 –
married Linda
i. Kelly Dennis
ii. Tayloe Dennis
iii. Rebecca Dennis
b. Robert Tayloe Dennis 1950 –
married Brenda
i. Laura Ruth Dennis
ii. John Dennis
iii. Will Dennis
2. William Fleetwood Askew 22 July 1916 – 9 June 2004 Powellsville NC
married 1936 Bernice Glenn Banks 25 June 1917 – 5 May 2008 Powellsville NC
a. Emily Banks Askew 1938 –
married 1959 Ted H Shinaberry 1926 –
i. Wendy Lynne Shinaberry 1964 –
married 1997 William A Brooks
1. Garrett Ashby Brooks 2000 –
2. Spencer Hamilton Brooks 2002 –
3. Sarah Lynne Brooks 2004 –
ii. Ted H Shinaberry 1965 –
married 1996 Patty Bader
1. Jacob Andrew Shinaberry 2001 –
2. Savannah Grace Shinaberry 2006 –
b. Glenda Ruth Askew 1950 –
married 1971 Alvin C Basnight 1949 – 2010
i. Holly Perry Basnight 1980 –
married 2004 Charlie W White Jr d. 2010
3. Lucille Moore Askew 24 Nov 1918 –
married 1943 Shelton M Freeman
a. Charles William Freeman 1946 –
married Gloria Brett
i. David Freeman
married Gabby
1. Aurora Freeman
2. Cyrus Freeman
ii. Mark Freeman
iv. Mary L Askew 3 Sept 1884 – 1951
married John L Best 1887 – 1947
c. Aaron Outlaw Askew 1843 – 23 Dec 1898 Askewsville
Aaron O. Askew Dead: The LEDGER records with sorrow the death of Aaron O. Askew, esquire, of Askewsville. Last Sunday Mr. Askew felt unwell and took to his bed. On Monday he felt well enough to get up and dress, but soon retired. During Monday night his son called him and receiving no answer he went to the bed and found his father speechless. Mr. Askew never rallied. Kind friends and neighbors were in constant attendance at his bedside. He died Friday morning just before day. Mr. Askew was a brave Confederate soldier. His neighbors will miss him for he was truly a good friend. He was one of the best Democrats in the county and the party has lost a dutiful worker. His wife was Miss Janie Cherry, daughter of Solomon Cherry, esquire. M[r]. Askew leaves five children –A. O. Askew, Jr., Mrs. W. G. White, Solomon C. Askew, Edward O. Askew and Miss Janie C. Askew.

“Windsor Ledger”, Stephen W. Kenney, ed., Windsor, Bertie Co, N.C. Thursday, Dec 29, 1898 [Vol. 16, No. 46]
[excerpt from “From Time into Eternity” CD-ROM by David Powell, Winton NC: Liberty Shield Press ¬©2004]
married Janie Cherry ca 1845 – 8 Aug 1893 48th year
i. Rosa Askew 12 Nov 1870 – 5 Mar 1933 from stomach cancer
She was one of the main church starters of Askewville Baptist Church .

married 19 Nov 1896 William Gilbert [Bud] White 10 Oct 1875 – 21 June 1944
great grandparents of Julie White Mizelle
ii. Aaron Outlaw [Nat] Askew 18 July 1873 – 15 June 1940
was in law enforcement for the county
married 15 Dec 1901 Eliza Moella White

iii. Solomon C Askew ca 1882 –
iv. Edward O [Jack] Askew –
v. Janie C Askew unmarried in 1898
d. Joseph A Askew 1845 – 1902
married Bessie Hefflebower
i. Minnie Askew 1878 –
married Horace Utley
ii. Gussie Askew 1885 –
married 2nd Amanda E Chestnut
iii. Roma Askew 1892 –
iv. Wayland Askew 1895 – 1895
e. Thomas Eason Askew 1847 – 1888
married Martha E Burrow 1855 – 1885
i. Mary Lawson Askew 1878 – 1959
married John Benjamin Andrews
ii. Thomas Eason Askew 1881 – 1942
married Mabel Clair Newhart
married 2nd Annie E Donnel
f. Rachel Emily Askew 1849 – 1871
married George D Ward 1840 – 1876
h. Augustus Holley Askew 1855 – 1926
married Martha J [Mattie] Haughton 1855 – 1926
i. Martha Elizabeth Askew 1857 – 1938
married Duran Christenbery
married 2nd J W Wood d 1938
j. Fanny D Askew 1860 –
3. Dr. George Outlaw Askew 1805 – 1862 Bertie
senator from Bertie 1827 and the next six years
married Harriet B Holley 1806 – 1866

4. Alexander O Askew 1810 – 1872
married Martha A Watford 1815 – 1877
a. Margaret E Askew 1832 – 1856
b. John Askew 1840 –
c. Joseph David Askew 1842 – 1931
d. Alexander Askew
married Emma Brown
5. Dr. Andrew Jackson Askew 1817 – 30 Sept 1874 of Bertie
married ca 1839 Mary A Cross 1821 – of Hertford Co NC
a. Arethusa Askew 1841 –
b. Agnes Askew 1844 –
c. Isadore Askew 1847 –
d. John E Askew 1849 – 29 July 1877 age 27 Pitch Landing
e. William Askew 1851 –
f. Annie Askew 1855 –
g. Franklin Askew 1857 –
h. George Askew 1859 –
6. Martha Askew
married William Harris
a. George Thomas Harris
7. Mary Eliz Askew
married Starkey Sharp Hare as his 2nd wif
a. Starkey S Hare Jr
b. Thomas E Hare
both rem to Fayette Co TN

8. Sarah Askew 3 June 1797 Bws – 28 May 1861 Bws
married David Askew Jr died ca 1823
a. Emily Askew ca 1820 –
married Thomas D Jenkins of Potecasi ca 1816 –
b. Levina Askew ca 1822 –
married Edward D Lewis ca 1813 – bef 1860
i. Sallie D Lewis ca 1840 –
married John H Jernigan
ii. Emma D[Emily F] Lewis ca 1846 – 15 Jan 1927
married 10 Dec 1879 Joseph J Perry 1817 – 1882
married 5 Jan 1825 William Wynns Sessoms 27 April 1804 – 25 May 1872
a. Mary Elizabeth Sessoms 24 Nov 1825 Bws – 15 April 1879 Bws
married Joseph J. Perry 25 Dec 1817 – 9 May 1882 Bws
son of Freeman and Martha [Simons] Perry

b. Margaret B Sessoms 22 March 1828 – 16 Jan 1833 Bws
c. Celia Ann Sessoms 27 Feb 1831 Bws – 1892
married 19 Sept 1848 John Simons 27 Aug 1824 – 1866
County Sheriff – lived at Pinetree at “Magnolia Grove”
(the house we knew as the Bud Mitchell place as kids)

Will of John Askew 3 Feb 1827 proved Nov Term 1829
sons – Aaron and George
daughter Martha Harris, grandson George Thomas Harris
daughter Sary Sessoms, grand-daughters Emily and Levina Sessoms [daughters of Sary]
wife Mary
sons Alexander and Andrew Jackson Askew
daughter Mary Eliza
sons David O and Geo. Askew; Exrs.
Test: Geo. Askew, E W Ryan NCHGR 2-497

Will of Mary Askew 15 May 1835 Feb Term 1843
son Andrew Jackson Askew
son Alexander O Askew, my sons exers
Test: Jos H Etheridge, Martha E Askew NCHGR 2-497

Dr. ANDREW J. ASKEW. Departed this life, at his residence in the county of Bertie on Wednesday the 30th day of September 1874, Dr. Andrew J. Askew, after a protracted illness of many months, in the 59th year of his age. . . . Dr. Andrew J. Askew in his early boyhood evinced a disposition for literary and professional life, and his means being ample to supply all his needs was placed at the best Institutions of learning in our State. After. . . preparation in the high school at Louisburg taught by Mr. Bobbett, one of the first educators in his day, he was matriculated in the University of North Carolina in the summer of 1835.
. . . After leaving the University of North Carolina, he entered upon the study of medicine under Dr. Cohoon who was then residing in the town of Winton in Hertford county. Completing his preparatory studies, he proceeded to Philadelphia, mat[ri]culating in the University of Pennsylvania and graduated in that renowned Institution, with much proficiency and with the enti[r]e respect and esteem of the learned Professors, whose lectures he had attended. . . .
Returning . . . he was married in the year 183- to Miss Mary Cross, of Hertford county, a most excellent and accomplished lady, and of high family and social position. He settled in the county of Bertie, on his patrimonial inheritance, the homestead of his father and mother, where he continued to reside . . . Endowed by nature, with a kind, gentle and cheerful disposition, unpretending and unostentatious in his manners seeking as the business o[f] his life, that greatest of all profession[s], which on its reaching, and deep-searching philanthrophy, and charity, delights in administering to, and alleviating the pains, suffering, and diseases of our poor frail, fallen and decaying humanity, Dr. Askew may in truth and justice, be called by the friends and neighbors around him the “good samaritan.” . . . Dr. Askew sought that retirement and peace in his rural home, surrounded by his neighbors and friends by whom he was [b]eloved and esteemed, and could their tears, sympathies and prayers have prevailed, he would now be living amon[g]st them. For thirty five years or more of his life did Dr. Askew devote his best energies, his skillful learning, and his entire attention to the p[r]actice of his profession.
Over a large section of t[h]e counties of Bertie and Hertford, in sun-shine and in storm, in heat and cold, could this good man be seen, ev[e]r hastening to the house of sickness, suffering and distress! . . .he became a christian, and connected himself with the Baptist church. . .He was the friend and promoter of all the educational, benevolent, and charitable Institutions, which have been built up, and fostered by the great christian denomination of which he was a devout and consistent member. He leaves a widow, and numerous family of children and grand-children, and many connections of the most respectable families in the counties of Bertie and Hertford. . . .He was a kind and affectionate husband, a tender father, a good brother, a sincere friend, a skillful and self-sacrificing Physician, and faithful neighbor, and true and consitant christian. . . C.”The Albemarle Times”, Winston & Gillam, eds., Windsor, [Bertie County], N.C. Friday, October 9, 1874 [Vol. 2, No. 37]
[excerpt from “From Time into Eternity” CD-ROM by David Powell, Winton NC: Liberty Shield Press ¬©2004]
In Memoriam.Died at Pitch Landing on the 29th of July, 1877, age 27 years, John E. Askew. He was the oldest son of the late, beloved and lamented Dr. A. J. Askew and his wife, Mary. The stay and hope of a widowed mother is gone; a large family smitten with woe and the whole[co]mmunity shocked in the suddenness of an irreparab[l]e loss. The young man thus struck down on the very threshold of his manhood was brave and comely, and full of promise for the future. Hundreds of his friends gathered to his burial and by their tears, gave proof of the hold the dead youth had won in public affection. In his brief illness he expressed much sorrow that the Savior had been so little in his previous thoughts, but peace was his in the last sorrowful hour. Hope came to him in his agony and lighted with a beautiful smile a face that grew in death as that of an angel. O[h] deep and wond[r]ous mystery of God! What blessed compensatisn is thus born in even the darkest providence? But alas! John E. Askew has come and gone and nothing is left but the memory of his gracious and manly virtues. May God give peace to his ashes and comfort to his sorrowing friends.

M.

“The Murfreesboro Enquirer”, E. L. C. Ward, ed., Murfreesboro, [Hertford County], N.C.
Thursday, August 9, 1877 [Vol. II, 41]


Aaron Askew ca 1743 – 1810 | his parents
& Tabitha ?
& Elizabeth Newman
of Bertie Co, NC


Child of Aaron Askew & Tabitha:
1. “Polly” Mary Askew
married 8 Aug 1809 George Outlaw Jr.
Thomas [x] Cherry bm

Will of Aaron Askew F/133 2 Sept 1809 Feb Term 1810
nephew John Askew [son of David Askew] – $500
nephew Aaron Askew Jr [son of David Askew] – $250
to Polly Askew [daughter of Tabitha Askew] – all my real estate, the plantation where I now live, as well as all other lands.
to the said Polly Askew – all my Negroes, namely Peter, Luke, Artur, Ned, Ben, Tom, Dick, Sr., Charles, Simon, Lewis, Cooper, Luke, Joe Dick Jr, Jake Demps, Cooper, Allen, Randol, Willis, Lawrence, Right, Jim, Frank, Cherry, Fan, Leir, Rachel, Kate, Phillis, Jinny, and Annis.
to the said Polly Askew – remaining estate, but if she dies without marrying or without issue my bequest to her shall be used to establish two free schools in or near the centers of Bertie and Hertford Counties for the education and instruction of the children of these counties in Literature, Virtue and Morality.
I request that Polly Askew be raised in a decent, genteel, Christian-like manner, and that she be educated at the discretion of my executors. My executors are to sell the old Negroes which I have given my daughter [sic] Polly Askew when they think proper.
Exrs: friends John Askew, John C Montgomery
Wit: Thomas E Hare, Zadock Raynor, John C Montgomery
abstract by David B Gammon.


Thomas Askew 1700 – 1758 | his parents
& ?
of Isle of Wright Co, VA


Children of Thomas Askew:
1. Aaron Askew ca 1743 IofW – 1809 Bertie Co
married Tabitha ?
married Elizabeth Newman
2. David Askew ca 1745 IofW – 1815 Bertie Co
married Millicent [Milly] Outlaw

US Census 1790 North Carolina
Bertie
Thomas Askew 1 1 0 0 0 2
James Askew 1 1 3 0 2 7
Ann Askew 1 0 1 0 0 2
William Askew 1 1 1 0 0 3
John Askew 1 0 1 0 2 4
John Askew 1 0 1 0 1 3
Aaron Askew 1 0 2 0 24 27
David Askew 3 3 4 0 17 27
Edgecombe
Josiah Askew 3 3 2 0 3 10
Uriah Askew 1 0 0 0 0 1
Hertford
Charnady Askew 1 5 0 1 5
Cullen Askew 1 1 4 0 1
James Askew 1 2 2 1 6
Mabell Askew 0 2 4 0 3
Mary Askew 1 1 2 0 1
William Askew 1 1 2 0 3
Persillia Askew 1 1 3 0 0
Shadrick Askew 1 0 1 0 17
Zachariah Askew 1 5 3 0 2
Onslow
Nathan Askew 1 3 3 1 0
Surry
James Askew 1 1 3 0 0

1800 Census
Bertie
John Askew 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 7
Thomas Askew 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0
John Askew 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 5
Aaron Askew 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 30
Josiah Askew 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 7
David Askew 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 27
Cumberland
William Asque 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Edgecombe
Josiah Askew 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 7
Granville
John Asque 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0
Hertford
John Askew 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 – 1 Capt Foster’s
Elisha Askew 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 – 2 Capt. Jones’s Capt
Aillin Askew 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 – 1 Capt Barrow’s
George Askew 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 – 2
William Askew 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0
Mary Askew 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 – 2
Shadrack Askew 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 – 2
Miles Askew 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 – 0
Mary Askew 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 – 3
Jonathan Askew 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 – 3 Capt Moore’s
Jonas Askew 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 1 0 – –
Zachery Askew 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 – –
James Askew 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 6 9 Capt Langston’s
Jones
Benjamin Askew 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 – –
Martin
Moses Askew 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 – –
Jesse Askew 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 – –
Onslow
Nathan Askew 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 – 3
-ederick Askew 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 – 2
Orange
John Askey 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 – –
Pitt
David Askew 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 – 7

1810 Census
Bertie
Thos. Askew 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 – –
John Askew 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 – 14
David Askew 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 – 25
Aaron Askew 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 – 12
George Askew 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 – 13
George OutlawJr 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 – 30
Burke
Josiah Askew 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 – –
James Askew 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 – –
Edgecombe
Josiah Askew 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 – 6
Franklin
Joseph Asque 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 – –
Benj. Asque 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 1 0 – –
Wm Asque Sen 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 – –
Charles Asque 2 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 1 – –
Hertford
Shadrick Askew 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 – 12
Wm nJ Askew 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 – 5
Aaron Askew 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 – 1
Jonas Askew 2 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 – –
Enos Askew 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 – –
Noah Askew 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 –
Jeremiah Askew 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 –
Jas Askew 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 – 2
Benj Askew 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 – 1
Jare D Askew 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 – –
Asa Askew 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 – –
George Askew 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 – –
Jones
Benjamin Asky 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 – –
Martin
Moses Askew 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 – –
Onslow
Nathan Askew 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 – 5
Enoch Askew 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 – –
Frederick Askew 3 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 2 0 – 3

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  1. Hi, I have seen your site many times and love it. Emily Askew, my cousin , turned me on to it many years ago. I have been working on my grandparents, William Jesse and Ruth Askew’s family history for 25 plus years. I have just found Amanda Askew’s 1918 obit where she died at her sons home in Virginia and I have started looking for her and William Watfords Askew’s grave. My uncle Fleetwood showed me a field on Rt. 17 where he says W.W. Askew is buried. No grave stones there ! Do you have any info ? Thanks, Maurice

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