Timothy Walton of Bertie Co. & siblings:

Descendants of William Walton and Rachel Hunter:
Sally’s great-great-great-great-Grandparents: page 2 Uncle
brother of Ann Walton Jones

Timothy Walton ca 1749 – ca 1821 | parents
& ca 1775 first wife ? Garrett ca 1755 – bef 1791 | parents
& 1791 Milly Outlaw | parents
& 1818 Mrs. Mary Wilkins d 1822 | parents
of Pine Tree, Bertie [or Hertford] County, NC
the boundary kept shifting


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


Nov Ct 1775 Bertie Co – Josiah Perry proves a deed from Thomas Garrit to Timothy Walton.
11 Nov 1775 Deed Bk M Bertie Co Thomas Garratt of Chowan Co to Timothy Walton of Bertie Co 100 pounds 700 ac [part in Bertie Co, part in Hertford Co] joining Meadow Branch, Josiah Perry, James Jones, Rivats, Long Branch, Lewis Williams, the road, Barbique Swamp. Wit: Starkey Sharp, Josiah Perry.

At the Feb Ct 1779, Bertie Co, Timothy Walton was appointed Guardian to Isaac Walton orphan of William Walton decd. Moses Freeman & Frederick Lassiter offered as Securitys of 1500£.

To the Honable Judges of the Superior Court for the District of Edenton — The Humble Petition of Timothy Walton your Petitioner Sets forth that He is Appointed a Jurer for Bertie County, that His Wife is at this time Great with Child & is Dayly & Hourly in Expectation of being Brought to bed. Your petitioner being assured that it will be Necessary for him at Such times to be at Home beggs that your Honours would take his case into consideration and Excuse him from Serving as a Jurer this Court. Which favour Will be Always thankfully acknowledged and Gratfully Remembered by Your Honours Most Obedient Humble Servt.
Nov 31, 1785 signed Timothy Walton
Sworn to in open Court this 3 Nov 1785 Test Blake Baker

1818 – Bertie Deed Bk Y p 368 -370 An agreement made 26th day of December one thousand eight hundred and eighteen Between Timothy Walton of the one part, Mary Wilkins of the Second part & Aaron Askew of the third part all of the County of Bertie & state of North Carolina whereas Marriage is intended by the permission of God to be Shortly had & Solemmized Between the said Timothy Walton & Mary Wilkins. Now this agreement witnesseth that consideration of the said intended marriage & of the sum of five hundred dollars Lawful money of North Carolina settled & secured by the said Timothy Walton by this Bond given & payable to Aaron Askew a trustee to Secure the said settlement in trust to be paid to the said Mary Wilkins provided the said Timothy Walton should die leaving the said Mary his widow, The Execution of which Bond by the said Timothy Walton with the consent Agreement of the said parties is testified by them being parties to & them sealing & delivering of this presents….. the intention & object of which Bond is to provide & Secure unto the said Mary Wilkins a competent provision of maintenance in case she shall after the intended marriage had survived & outlived the said Timothy Walton her intended husband that the said Mary Wilkins for & in consideration of the above specified sum of five hundred dollars secured to her in manner & form aforesaid secured by the said Timothy Walton his heirs Executors administrators & doth hereby release & relinquish unto the said Timothy Walton his heirs & assigns forever all her right of dower & thirds at common law & all her right to any distribution which she can or may have …..

Timothy Walton & 1st wife Miss Garrett of Bertie Co, NC had:
1. William Walton ca 1785 Hertford Co NC – 1849 Greene Co AL
of Chowan Co, NC, Greene Co AL and Hertford Co, NC
married 1st 1816 Anne Jackson died 1830 of Chowan Co, NC,
Greene Co AL and Hertford Co, NC

a. John William Walton 18 May 1817 – 22 Jan 1897 AL
married 22 Oct 1844 Barsha Susan Norfleet 1822 – 1880 AL
i. Sallie Anna Walton 17 Nov 1845 AL – 17 Aug 1895 Gallatin TN
married ca 1867 Timothy Walton 28 Dec 1838 NC -12 Apr 1902 TN
1. Susan Eaton Walton 17 Jan 1868 – 3 Sept 1942
married John Jefferson Gray 22 Mar 1864 – 4 Nov 1947 Nashville TN no issue
2. Celia Anna Walton 9 Oct 1870 – 6 Jul 1938
married John Rogan [from Prominent Gallatin family, died in rail accident]
ii. Leah Celia Walton 1848 –
married James [Jimmie] Garrett – Birmingham AL no issue
iii. Barsha Susan Walton 1850 –
married 1875 Dr. Sherman Morton Merrill 1832 -1907 OK
iv. William Kinchen Walton 23 Oct 1852 – 28 Mar 1929 Plataka FL
married Martha [Mattie] Hassell 24 Jan 1852 – 4 June 1928
v. John Norfleet Walton 185? –
married Kate Vertrease
vi. James Isaac Walton 20 Feb 1857 – 17 Jan 1925 Gallatin TN
married Ophelia Trousdale Lafferty 26 June 1858 – 31 Oct 1892 Gallatin TN
vii. Thomas Walton 1858 – 1864 Greensboro AL
viii. Jackson Marmaduke Walton 1860 – 1927 never married buried Gallatin TN
ix. Edward Hamilton Walton 1862 – 1930 never married buried Gallatin TN
x. Weems/Wemyss Alex Walton 1865 – 1928 Palatka FL
married Bertha ?

married 2nd 11 Sept 1831 Sarah Jones ca 1805 Hertford Co NC– 28 May 1844 Greene Co AL
daughter of James Jones and wife Anne Walton of Pitch Landing NC

b. James Jones Walton 1836 – 19 Jan 1866 Greensboro AL
married 3 July 1859 Nannie Sharp 1835 – 1902
Nannie returned to Harrellsville NC with her three daughters after her husband’s death
dau of Starkey Sharp III & Sallie Lewis dau of Watson Lewis of Hertford Co NC

i. Lillie Walton 5 Feb 1862 Greensboro AL – 6 April 1918
married 1st William Drake Scull 18 Sept 1858 – 31 Aug 1893
1. Nannie Woodfine/ Walton Scull 21 Apr 1886 – 1 June 1946
married Dr. Jesse Elliott Ward of Robersonville NC
2. Mattie Rush Scull 11 Nov 1891 – 1 Apr 1956
married 1910 Hillary Hunter Taylor 1876 – 1956

mattiet
Mrs. H. Hunter Taylor of Harrellsville, the former Miss Mattie Scull, is the daughter of the late William Drake Scull and Lily Walton Scull Baker (Mrs. R. J.)
1939 Historical Ed. of Hertford County Hearld

a. Nancy Taylor
married H B Spruill of Windsor
3. Herman Drake Scull 1 Jan 1893 – 1896 dy
married 2nd 26 Dec 1911 Raleigh James Baker 7 Oct 1859 – 11 April 1921 Ahoskie
ii. Nannie Sharp Walton 21 May 1863 Greensboro AL – 11 Dec 1880 Bertie Co NC
married 16 Aug 1877 Joseph E Nicholls 21 April 1858 Avoca – 13 June 1911 Windsor NC dry goods salesman
of Merry Hill, Bertie Co NC son of Joseph Blount Nicholls
1. Maude A Nicholls 5 May 1879 – 11 Aug 1908
married Earnest L Smith 13 July 1873 – 7 Aug 1926
a. Nannie Walton Smith 1902 – 18 July 1928 auto accident dsp
Nannie and her parents buried at St Thomas in Windsor
b. Pattie Barrow Smith 15 April 1905 –
note: both girls baptized St. Thomas E. Windsor NC 1905
Joe married 2nd at Scotch Hall 23 Nov 1886 Sue Martin Capehart
dau of Cadmus and Mary Capehart – had at least 5 children all died young

iii. James Alice [Jimmie] Walton 22 Oct 1864 Greensboro AL – 1955 Augusta GA
married James Hailey Flythe 13 Sept 1859 NH Co NC – 16 Oct 1940 Augusta GA

Nannie Sharp married 2nd Hertford Co NC 14 April 1870 Ethelbert Drake Scull 1819 – 1897 (from Winborne)
i. Bismark Scull 1 March 1872 – 22 Jan 1933 obit
sheriff of Hertford County
married Luella Pritchard
ii. Drake Moltkie [Markee] Scull 14 Apr 1874 – 5 Jan 1933
married 1st Jaine B Harris 1872 – 12 July 1915
married Henrietta Adams Gregory 6 May 1892 – 18 Nov 1974

c. Mary C Walton 25 Dec 1837 Greene Co Al – 19 July 1846 Hertford Co NC
buried in the Cemetery at the Jones’ Hole Hertford Co NC

married 3rd 1844 Mrs. Celia Cherry Outlaw died 1862 Bertie Co.
another 1st cousin – daughter of Mary Walton [Eason] & Solomon Cherry

2. Nancy Walton ca 1787 – 28 Oct 1829 age 42 ts
married bef 1807 Joseph Jordan ca 1756 – 9 May 1816 age 60 ts son of Isaac
a. Martha Jordon ca June 1807 – 24 Jan 1818 ts age 10 yrs 7 mo
b. Joseph Jordan ca 1811 – aft 1860
apparent heir of Timothy Walton in 1821
cemetery located on SR 1522 – 2 miles east of SR 1521 [east of US 17 between
Williamston and Windsor near the old Jordan House] Bertie Co Cemeteries

These Children were Timothy Walton either by Miss Garrett or Millie Outlaw:
3. John Walton died 1829 single
4. [Dr.] James Thomas Walton died 1841 Woodville, NC

DrWalton_house
his home in Woodville

married Emily Green ca 1810 – bef 1862
a. James Thomas Walton ca 1825 – 31 Dec 1852
1852 Thos Walton sold his house and lot in Woodville to C. Smallwood given possession the 15 Oct he left Woodville and went down to his farm was taken sick Flu middle of Nov and died the 31st Dec 9 o’clock pm C. Smallwood has sent Mr. Taylor the Admin for the medical bill and hope he will get it. . .1853 Mrs. Walton and family removed the first of the year near Roxobel.” Smallwood’s Diary
married Feb 1844 Sarah Ann Tyler ca 1826 –

dau. of Perry C Tyler
i. Mary Ella Walton ca 1845- no children
married Col Andrew J Howell
ii. Sarah Agnes Walton ca 1848-
married James Pettway Johnson
married 2nd a Bush
iii. a son after 1850 died as a infant
iv. another son d as a infant
v. third son
b. William Walton ca 1832 – aft 1880
married 4 June 1856 Susan Whitly of Martin Co NC ca 1840 – 1880
Smallwood’s diary 1880 in Woodville
i. James S Walton ca 1877 – dsp when he was about 21
Emily Green Walton ca 1810 – bef 1862
married 2nd in Jan/Feb 1844 John M Joliff died Jan 1847
John was the Hotel Keeper in Woodville
c. Leora C. Jolliff ca 1846-
Emily Green Walton Joliff ca 1810 – bef 1862
married 3rd 30 Jan 1852 John W Jenkins

5. Mary Walton died 1833 single
her brother James was her executor
6 daughter [she died after 1824 and bef Nov 1837]
married bef Sept 1821 as his 3rd wife William H Green, brother of Emily
apparent heir of Timothy Walton in 1821
William H Green married 4thly Nov 1837 Cynthia Newsome Powell the widow of Cader Powell of Hertford Co
a. Margaret Green ca 1824 –
married Perry C Tyler Jr. ca 1824 – Jan 1850 Halifax pneumonia
son of Richard Tyler and wife Jennet Raby
i. William R Tyler ca 1848 –
ii. Walton Tyler 1850 –
married Lula May [Mary]
1. Perry Cotten Tyler 7 Nov 1882 –
2. Richard Barnes Tyler 25 Jan 1885 –
bapt records of Grace Church in Woodville


sister of Ann Walton Jones

Rachel Walton ca 1751 – aft 1804 | parents
& bef Nov 1771 Jesse Garrett ca 1735 – 1797 | parents
& he 1st 1756 Rachel Blanchard 1735/40 – ca 1771 | parents
& Rachel 2nd bef 1804 Abram Rhodes | parents
of Chowan and Bertie Counties NC


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



(Bertie County, North Carolina Wills / Almasey) In the name of God Amen October 13th 1796
I Jesse Garrett of Bartie County and State of North Carolina being of sound and disposed mind and memory blessed be Almighty God for the same & considering the uncertainty of this mortal life do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say first I will that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid and discharged. to my Son Jess Garrett that he shall have the priveledge of Grinding his grain to make bread for his familys use free from Paying any tole, and I also reserve the raising clouthing and boarding of my children that they shall be maintained on that part of my Estate lent to my wife free from any charge whatsoever except their schooling then all the above mentioned Artiles and land I lend to her during her natural life.
Item I Give and bequeath to my said wife Rachel Garrett all my hogs all the meat and fat and all my corn and potatoes and all my crop of every kind and all my Brandy and all my money now by me (Bonds, Notes, and Accounts Excepted) and all my Geese and fowls of every kind all which I Give to her and her heirs forever.
Item I Give and bequeath to my two sons David Garrett and Jacob Garrett one Negro man Jack to be equally divided between them and that to be their full share of my Estate with what they have already received I say to them and their heirs forever.
Item I Give and bequeath to my son James Garrett a tract of land known by the name of Yateses lying on both sides of the great branch begining on the run of said Branch two hundred yards below my corn field fence on said peace and runing from thence the course of said fence as far as the fence continues and then to continue the said Course across my lands to Needham Jarnagans or John Hollomans line as may happen and then to continue with Hollomons line to Sumner line and to continue on Sumners line and my back line round to the first station which I Give to him and his heirs forever my will and desire is that if my Son James should die without heirs lawfully begotten of his body that the lands and plantation given to him should return to my son Jesse Garrett which I Give to him and his heirs forever in case James should die without heir lawfully begotten of his body, I also give my son James one negro boy named Jerry and that to Count two hundred Silver dollars he hath received in his part of my Estate which he is to account for before he receives any more and I also leave the land and negro given to my son James Garrett to be delivered up to him said James at the time he arrives to the age of Eighteen years I say to him and his heirs forever.
Item I Give and bequeath to my son Jesse Garrett all the remainder part of lands and plantations and mill lying between the run of the Loosing swamp and the line to be run for James Garrett with my manor plantation and the land lent to my wife all which I Give to him and his heirs forever and if Jesse whould die without heirs lawfully begotton of his body then I Give the lands given to him to my son James Garrett I say to him and his heirs forever, I also give my son Jesse one negro boy named Silus and that to Count two hundred Silver dollars he hath received in his part of my Estate which he is to account for before he receives any more I say to him and his heirs forever.
Item I Give and bequeath to my daughter Celia Eley one cow and five sheep and that to be her full share of my Estate with what she have already received I say to her and her heirs forever.
Item I Give and bequeath to my two sons Timothy & John Garrett two negroes by names of Abram and Cesar with all the profits that may arise from their hire to be equally divided between them at the time Timothy shall arise to the age of twenty one years and if either Timothy or John should die without heirs lawfully begotten of their body then I Give the two negros Abram and Cesar to the one which may be living with all the profitts that hath arisen or may arise thereon which I Give to the said Timothy and John and their heirs forever.
Item I Give and bequeath to my daughter Millie one negro woman named Flora and that to be her full share of my Estate with what she hath already received I say to her and her heirs forever.
Item I Give and bequeath to my Son Thomas Garrett one negro man named Isaac which he hath already received I say to him and his heirs forever.
Item I Give and bequeath to my daughter Penny Garrett one negro Girl named Valley to her and her heirs forever.
Item I Give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Garrett one negro Girl named Kate to her and her heirs forever
Item I Give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth one negro Girl named Ester to her and her heirs forever
Item All the residue or remainder of my Estate not before given or lent I leave to be equally divided between my seven children (to wit) Jesse Garrett, James Garrett , Penny Garrett, Mary Garrett, Timothy Garrett, John Garrett, and Elizabeth Garrett in manner and form following when either of the above named children shall arrive to the age of Twenty one years or marry to be divided and that one to receive his or their share and the other six parts to all continue together till another shall arive to the age of twenty one years or marry then that one to receive his or her part and the remaining five parts to continue together again and so to be equally divided till the last one shall arrive to the age of twenty one or marry I also leave all that part of my Estate lent to my wife to be equall divided between my seven children at the death of my wife shear and shear alike (to wit) Jesse Garrett, James Garrett , Penny Garrett, Mary Garrett, Timothy Garrett, John Garrett, and Elizabeth Garrett which I give to them and their heirs forever.
Lastly I constitute appoint and ordain my son in law James Cherry my whole and sole Executor of this my last will and testament in whom I also invest full power and Authority to all as he shall think most advantagious for the benefitt of the children in disposing of the property hereby disannulling and revoaking all former wills and testaments heretofore made bequeathed or ratified hereby ratifying and Confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament Signed sealed published and declared by the said Jesse Garrett the testator to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who were present at the time of signing and sealing thereof Jesse Garrett (seal)
Tim’y Walton, Christain (her X mark) Walton, William Lain
Bertie County May Court 1797: proved by Tim’y Walton & William Lain. George Gray CCC

US CENSUS BERTIE
1790 Jesse Garrett 2 male over 16, 3 under 16, 5 females 20 slaves

Rachel Walton & Jesse Garrett of Bertie Co, NC had:
1. John W Garrett 1770 NC – aft 1852 Sumner Co TN
married Elizabeth ? 1775 NC – 1850 Sumner Co TN
2. Elizabeth Garrett ca 1773 –

married bef Oct 1796 James Cherry
3. Jesse Garrett ca 1775 – ca 1845
US CENSUS BERTIE COUNTY, NC
1800 Jesse Garrett 2m 0-10, 2 16-25, 1 f 10-15, 2 16-25, 1 26-45, 1 45+ 15 sl
1810 Jesse Garrett 1 male 0-10, 1 10-16, 1 26-45, 3 females 0-10, 1 26-45, 11 slaves

married 1799 Bersheba (Basha) Perry ca 1775 – aft. 1850
a. Elizabeth Garrett 2 Dec 1800 – 9 Nov 1839 Sumner Co, TN
married 1820 Sumner Co, TN Norfleet Perry 4 July 1793 – 27 July 1833 Ronnie
son of William Perry and wife Sarah Hunter of Bertie and Sumner Co ca 1790
Sarah Hunter was daughter of Hardy Hunter and wife Rachel
1830 Census Sumner Co 398 Norfleet Perry 120001001 110001
i. Hardy H Perry ca 1822 –
ii. Sarah Frances Perry deaf and dumb
iii. William M Perry deaf and dumb
iv. James G Perry d 1865
v. Mary Jenkins Perry
vi. Susan Jane Perry
vii. Barshby C Perry 11 Jan 1833 – 1 Sept 1834
b. Mary Garrett 13 Feb 1805 – 7 Oct 1884
married Sumner Co 14 Sept 1829 James B Elizer 8 April 1798 – 6 Feb 1875
c. James P [Jimmy] Garrett 1808 – ca 1908 dsp
d. John W Garrett 2 Feb 1812 – 10 Mar 1894
married 19 Jan 1857 Emily Kizer 12 Oct 1830 – 3 Jan 1872
e. Mildred Garrett 1816 –
married 23 Sept 1838 James Taylor Kirkpatrick
f. Celia Garrett 1820 -1864
married 12 May 1836 James B Duke 11 April 1812 – 15 June 1882
g. Susan Garrett 27 Jan 1822 – ca 1897 Nashville TN
married Sumner Co TN 12 June 1843 Thomas P Ackerman d. 19 Dec 1887 Nashville
h. Catherine Garrett ca 1825 – dsp
above from the research of Peggy Ackerman
4. James Garrett
US CENSUS SUMNER CO TN 1820 James Garrett 2 m 10-16, 2 45+,

5. Penny Garrett ca 1785 –
6. Mary [Molly] Garrett ca 1787 –

married 1802 William Wilkins
Is this the Mrs. Mary Wilkins who marries Timothy Walton in 1818 Bertie Co?
7. Timothy Garrett ca 1789

1st wife Rachel Blanchard d 1771
dau of Aaron Blanchard and Zilpha Speight had:
married 30 Jan 1756 Jesse Garrett ca 1735 – 1797 Bertie Co
1. David Garrett ca 1757 –
married Mary Ward
2. Celia Garrett ca 1760 –
married Eleyte
3. Millie Garrett ca 1765 –
4. Thomas Garrett ca 1769 – 1805 Bertie Co
married 19 Aug 1796 Martha [Patsy] Holly ca 1773 – 1805 Bertie Co
daughter of James Holly and his 1st wife
v. Jacob Garrett 1771 – bef 1814
married Rachel Eason ca 1775 –


sister of Ann Walton Jones

Sarah Walton ca 1753 – 1807 | parents
& 1772 Frederick Lassiter ca 1750 – 1787 | parents
& he first ca 17
69 daughter of Abner Eason | parents
& she 2nd 1788 David Standley d 1795 | parents
& his first wife | parents
of Gates and Bertie Counties NC


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


Sarah Walton & Frederick Lassiter of Bertie Co, NC had:
1. Frederick Lassiter ca 1773 rem. mid TN 1797
married Rachel Rhodes dau of Absillah Eason Rhodes,
the younger sister of his father’s first wife. Bib Fay
2. Polly (Mary) Lassiter ca 1775 –
married 1794 John Kittrell
married prior 1807 2nd John Watson
3. Ann (Nansey) Lassiter ca 1777 – died bef 6 Jan 1797
on which date William H Green married her niece Peggy Outlaw
married 4 Jan 1794 William H Green as his first wife
4. William Lassiter ca 1779 – [probably dead bef 1807]
Bertie Co – Sarah (X) Standley (f/49) 3 Nov 1807 Nov Ct 1807
Sister Cealah Walton -$30 and suit of mourning. Daughter Polly Watson – suit of mourning. Remaining property to be divided between my son and daughter Frederick Lassiter and Polly Watson. Ex. son-in-law John Watson Wit: Turner (X) Carter, Mary Bond.

Frederick Lassiter & Miss Eason daughter of Abner Eason d 1792 Bertie Co:
1. Jethro Lassiter ca 1770 –

Sarah Walton & David Standley had:
?1. Thomas Standley – he’s not capable of caring for himself
– father provided Negroes in trust for his maintenance

(not Sarah’s) as they all are marrying in the 1790’s
1. Elizabeth Standley d. 1818 testate
married Maj Francis Pugh d bef 1804
son of Thomas Pugh and Mary Scott
a. Francis Pugh d. 1807 with will Bertie Co
married Ann
i. Francis Pugh
ii. child not yet born Oct 1807
b. Joseph S [J] Pugh will 14 Dec 1826 – Feb Ct 1827
married Elizabeth Magruder
[1a. William Magruder Pugh]
left a gun by his Uncle Francis in 1807
i. Martha Elizabeth Magruder Pugh
ii. Joseph W Pugh
iii. Thomas T Pugh
iv. Sarah E Pugh
v. Penelope A Pugh
c. Penelopy Pugh
married bef 1807 Gale
married 2nd Irvin
d. Nancy Pugh
married bef 1807 Harrell
married 2nd Munroe
i. Francis Munroe bef 1818 –
2. Jonathan Standley dsp 1807
left everything to sister Elizabeth Pugh after Sarah Standley’s death – will contested -but stood
3. William Standley
4. John Standley

“The oldest mill of record was probably built by Johathan Standley [father of David] around 1745-50 on Harris’ Branch, later called Mill Branch, one mile east of Snakebite. The dam can still be seen from the road. Around the time of the Revolutionary War this mill was owned by David Standley, who was one of Bertie County’s delegates to the Assembly at Hillsboro in 1775.”
– Francis Speight on Snakebite Community


Ann Walton 1766 – 1842 | parents
& James S Jones II 1765 – 1816 | parents
of Hertford Co NC


Ann Walton and James S Jones II of Hertford Co, NC had:
1. Mary (Polly) Jones 1788– 20 Mar 1856 Dallas Co AL
married Oct 1803 Isaac Moore (1781-1853)
2. Elizabeth (Betsy) Jones 16 Oct 1791– 1 Oct 1876 Hertford Co NC
married ca 1809 1st James Howell Jones (ca 1781-1831)
married 13 Dec 1832 2nd James Ward (1770-1843)
married 4 Dec 1846 3rd Rev James Delk(e) (1793-1862)
3. Dr. William Jones 28 Dec 1793– 19 Nov 1862 Greensboro AL
married 1st ca 1815 Nancy Jones ca 1795 – ca 1840
1st cousin daughter of William Jones and wife Sarah Eason [also a first cousin]
who was the daughter of Jacob Eason and his wife Mary Walton
married 2nd ca 1830 Anna Bestor
sister of Rev. D P Bestor, Livingston, AL
married 3rd 1839 Dorcas Briton ca 1820
niece of Rev. D P Bestor
4. James Sidney Jones ca 1795 – July 1845 Greene Co AL single
5. Ann (Nancy) Jones 3 Jan 1800 – 9 Jul 1848 Hertford Co NC
married ca 1838 Abner Harrell 1790 – 1864 Harrellsville
6. Thomas W Jones ca 1801- ca 1835 Greene Co AL single
7. Celia W Jones ca 1803 – prior 1849 Greene Co AL
married 1st William Walton died 1825 Hertford Co NC
1st cousin son of James and Mary Walton
married 2nd Mr. Wilson
a. James Wilson (minor in 1849)
married 3rd James Nelson
8. Sarah Jones ca 1805 – 28 May 1844 Greene Co AL
married 11 Sept 1831 NC William Walton ca 1795 – 1849
1st cousin son of Timothy
of Chowan Co, NC; Hertford Co, NC; & Greene Co AL
he had married 1st 1816 Anne Jackson died 6 Nov 1830
he married 3rd 1844 Mrs. Celia Cherry Outlaw died 1862 Bertie Co.
(Ralph Outlaw’s widow)
Captain RALPH OUTLAW, of Bertie County, born 1774-5, died Nov. 16, 1836. Elizabeth, his wife, died April 22, 1819, and Celia, his widow, was living in 1842.[Elizabeth and Celia were sisters daughters of Capt Solomon Cherry and wife Mary Walton [Eason]. In Bertie County, Book FF, page 462, is a deed from Celia Outlaw, widow of Ralph, to her step-daughter, Jane E. Cherry, wife of Solomon Cherry, in which it is stated that “she expects shortly to enter into the holy bonds of matrimony with William Walton of Hertford County and desires to make provision for the support of her step-daughter and children being land upon which dower was assigned from late husband Ralph Outlaw.”


sister of Ann Walton Jones

Celia Walton ca 1769 – aft 1807 | parents


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


Celia Walton unmarried in 1807
She is remembered in her sister Sarah Standley’s will 3 Nov 1807


brother of Ann Walton Jones

John Walton ca 1761 – 1798 | parents
& 1781/1782 Leah Garrett | parents
of Chowan Co NC


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


Leah Garrett was the daughter of Thomas Garrett [d 1782 Chowan Co] and wife Deborah.
August 02, 1782, Will of Thomas Garrett, Chowan County, N.C. page A314 November Court.
Names: wife Deborah, daughters Elizabeth Reddic, Deborah Hoffler, Rachel Outlaw, Leah Walton, Mary Garrett, and Christian Garrett. Executors Thomas Garrett, son Everard Garrett.
Will of James Garrett, Sr. Gates County, N.C. March 6, 1781; May Court 1781
Wife Ruth, daughter Nancy, Edward Riddick ( son of my friend Kedar), my brothers and sisters Thomas Garrett, Elizabeth Reddick, Deborah Hoffler, Rachel Outlaw, Leah Garrett, Mary Garrett and Christian Garret, brother Thomas Garrett, Kedar Riddick and George Williams Exrs. Test. Robt. Parker, William Parker, Kane Brown.

John Walton and Leah Garrett (Chowan Co)
1. Thomas Walton ca 1786 –
others?


brother of Ann Walton Jones

James Walton ca 1765 – | parents
& 1786 Mary Walton ca 1766 – | parents
of Gates County NC


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


James Walton and Mary Walton (Gates Co)
note: I am speculating that this William Walton and his brother Benbury belongs here at this time.
1. William Walton died 1825 Pitch Landing
married Celia Walton Jones ca 1803 Hertford Co, NC – bef 1849 Green Co, AL
2. Benbury Walton 16 Sept 1801-28 Jan 1878
married 5 Feb 1825 Nancy Carr Montgomery 12 March 1805 – 10 April 1851
a. Susan Wesley Walton 3 Oct 1842 – 18 Aug 1918
married 1 May 1867 Theophilus J Hunter 22 Aug 1838 – 3 July 1904
went to Sardis, Panola County Miss to live (DAR application)


brother of Ann Walton Jones

Thomas Walton ca 1762 – nfi | parents


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


I don’t know what happened to Thomas Walton my hunch is he went to Tennessee where his brothers were living

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