Came across the following info. Didn't know if you had it. Hope it is helpful.
The A. in the list is the John Vickers I am looking for, and his youngest son is Benjamin b: 1768.
John Vickers #8894 m. bef 1690, in Virginia (?), Ruth Unknown #8895.
I. Ralph Vickers #8881 b. abt 1690, Isle of
Wright, Virginia, m. abt 1716, in Edgecombe County,
North Carolina, Sarah Unkown #8882, b. abt 1695, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, d. abt 1783, St. Marias Ph,
Edgecombe Co, N Carolina. Ralph died abt 1762, St. Marias Ph, Edgecombe Co,
A. John Vickers #8654 b. abt 1720, m. Mary Unknown #8655, b. cir 1735. John died bef 1785,
B. Mary Vickers #8896 b. abt 1717, Edgecombe County, North Carolina (?).
C. Rachel Vickers #8897 b. abt 1719, Edgecombe County, North Carolina (?).
D. Abraham Vickers #8898 b. abt 1723, Edgecombe County, North Carolina (?), d. abt 1784, Edgecombe County, North Carolina.
E. Sarah Vickers #8899 b. abt 1729, Edgecombe County, North Carolina (?).
F. Ralph Vickers #8900 b. abt 1735, Edgecombe County, North Carolina (?).
Charles J. Vickers, Spring,
From: Randy Wynn
To: Coppley Vickers <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Vickers John, Ralph
Date: Friday, May 22, 1998
I am going to send you all of what I have on my line, which includes a forward to a VICKERS book that covers some of the early VICKERS. This data is mostly taken from other's research and possibly contains some errors. Let me know how this matches with yours, and what you can help me fill in.
Descendants of Ralph VICKERS Sr. - as of 22 May 1998 (#) = footnotes
First Generation: Ralph
Ralph Vickers' Will
Foreward to the Vickers Family History, by E. D. Vickers
Sarah Vickers' Will
Second Generation: Ralph Vickers, Jr., John Vickers
John Vickers' Will
Third Generation: Jacob VICKERS and wife Hannah ARNOLD
Fourth Generation: John Ralph Vickers, Sr.
John Ralph Vickers, Sr.'s Will
Fifth Generation: John Ralph Vickers and wife Lucy Drake
Sixth Generation: Ella Vickers
Account of Civil War Service of husband Thomas FIELDSON
1. Ralph VICKERS Sr. (1) was born about 1690
in Isle of Wright, VA, USA. (2)(3) He signed a will on 11 Aug 1760 in ,
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN this 11th day of August MDCCLXL: I Ralph Vickers of the County of Edgecomb in the Parish of Saint Maria's in the Providence of North Carolina being sick and weak in body but in perfect mind and memory, Blessed be God therefore & calling to mind the frailty of my body and the Certainty of Death do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner as followeth viz.
First I recommend my Soul unto the hands of Almighty God who gave it nothing doubting but at the day of the Resurrection I shall receive it again and my Body to the Earth, to be interred with decent and Christian Burial at the discretion of my Extors and Executrix hereafter named and as touching what Worldly Goods it hath pleased Almighty God to bless me with I Will and Bequeath in manner and form as followeth viz:
Item. I do Will and Bequeath unto my Dearly beloved Wife Sarah the Plantation on which I now live for and during her Natural Life and at her decease I do Will and Bequeath the aforesaid Plantation to my Youngest Son Abraham Vickers, to him and his Heirs forever.
Item. I do Will and Bequeath
unto my Dearly beloved son John Vickers that Tract of Land and
Item. unto my Eldest Son Ralph Vickers who (together with my wife Sarah) I do appoint my true and Sole and Lawful Executor and Execitrix to my last Will and Testament. I do Will to him and his Heirs forever and further I do Will and Bequeath to my Wife Sarah my best Bed and furniture and also the Use of my Slave Sam during the time of her Widowhood and at the time of her death or marriage It is my Will and desire that the aforesaid Slave to be sold at Publik Sale and the money he is to be sold for to be Equally Divided between my four Youngest Children to wit Ralph, John, Abraham and Sarah. And further it is my Will that she my aforesaid Wife have my Bay Horse and my best Saddle, and Curb Bridle and also two Pewter Dishes and one Pewter Tankard and six Pewter Plates, and the best Iron Pott and One frying Pan and to my son Ralph I Will and Bequeath my Gray Horse and to my son John Vickers my black two year old Mare and my Trading Gun and to my son Ralph I do give a large Gun and Sword.
Item. I do Will and Bequeath unto my Daughter Sarah One Bed and Furniture and further I do give unto her my said Daughter Sarah and unto my son Abraham Vickers Equally between then one certain Bay two year old Mare which I bought of Edward Bunton
Item. to my Eldest Daughters Mary Baker and Rachel Scarbrough I will and bequeath two pounds and fifteen Shillings Each to be raised out of my Movable Estate and further it is my Will that my said Exter and Extrix raise out of my personal Estate as much money as will Pay & Clear as of the Past Arrears of all my aforesaid Lands and further it is my Will and Desire that the Nursery of Apple Trees is now growing on the manured Plantation whereon I now live should and they are to be equally Planted on each of the respective Plantations above said - And further it is my Will that after the aforesaid Legacies are Discharged out of my personal Estate if any there be sold at Publik Sale out of which money I Will & Bequeath unto my Youngest Son and Daughter to wit Abraham and Sarah four shillings each - And the Remainder it is my Will it should be Equally Divided between my Wife & her Children to wit Ralph John & Abraham and Sarah.
In witness I have hereunto Set my hand and
fixed my Seal this Day and Year above written.
Ralph X Vickers
Signed Sealed Published Honoured
to be the Last Will and Testament of Ralph Vickers, the Day and Year written,
Moses Baker, Benjamin Brand, Aaron Baker.
The within Last Will and Testament of Ralph Vickers Dec'd was Exhibited by the Exters and Prov'd by the Oath of Moses Baker and of the Witnesses thereunto and at the same time the Extors Thereon named Qualified According to Law Ordered. Test. Jas. Hall Ck.
[He died in 1762 in St. Marias
"Realizing that after the death of my parents, I had lost a lot of information on our family history, I decided to take it upon myself to do some searching and pick up all the history I could and publish it in book form, for the benifit of all it may concern.
"It was soon evident that I could not get very far without a lot of help from others in out family tree, so, at this time I would like to acknowledge, with thanks, for the help and advice I have received from all the fine people, in furnishing so much information on their individual families.
"This work may not have been done in a very professional maner, but it was done to the best of my ability, to list all our known relatives and give as much information on each person as I could find from searching various records and from the help of our good relatives. You will notice there is considerably more information on some individuals than others. I have tried not to be partial to anyone, but where certain information is missing, it is just because I did not have this information.
"For the sake of posterity, it would be my suggestion to each person receiving one of these books, that they add their future information to the book, before it is lost, and to show all information available on the "in-laws" side of their family. I do hope it will be realized that in trying to get all the information collected, there will be numerous errors and omissions and I request your forgiveness where such might occur.
"As legend has it, a certain John
Vickers, a ship builder in
"A John (Vicars) Vickers died on a
"Ralph Vickers, son of John Vickers of
Isle of Wight, born about 1670, died in
"You may realize this project has taken considerable time and work, but it has proven to be an interesting hobby, and it is my wish that you will find it interesting and helpful."
From the Foreward to the
"Vickers Family History," 1970, by E.D. Vickers.
E. D. Vickers
Randy Wynn, continuing with Ralph Vickers, Sr.:
He was married to
Sarah UNKNOWN about 1716 in Edgecombe Co., NC,
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN: I Sarah Vickers being sick of Body but Perfect Mind and Memory thanks be to Almighty God for it I recommend my soul to God that gave it, but my body to the Earth to be buried in a Christian manner at the Direction of my Execitors & as touching such worldly Goods as it hath pleased God to bless me with I bestow it in the following manner to wit:
I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Abraham Vickers the plantation wheron I now live which was purchased by his fathers last Will and Testament & likewise everything else that I have in my possession in this world only for my son John Vickers to have the use of my still to still his own liquors and as long as they two brothers lives convenient together
Item. I appoint my well beloved son Abraham Vickers and John Vickers Exrs to this my last Will and Testament Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 7th day of February 1781.
Test John Permenter her Mary Head Sarah X Vickers Seal John Vickers mark
The Will was produced and Proved in open Court by the Oath of John Permenter the Executors therein named at the same qualified and the Will ordered to be recorded.
Test Edward Hall cc
[She died in 1783 in St. Marias
Ralph VICKERS Sr. and Sarah UNKNOWN had the
+2 i. Ralph VICKERS Jr..
+3 ii. John VICKERS.
4 iii. Abraham VICKERS was born about 1723. (11) He died in 1784 in
5 iv. Mary VICKERS was born about 1717. (13)
6 v. Rachel VICKERS was born about 1719. (14)
7 vi. Sarah VICKERS was born about 1729. (15)
2. Ralph VICKERS Jr. was born in 1750 in ,
MCAWA: Ralph VICKERS, will of
He was married to Nancy WHITE. Ralph VICKERS
Jr. and Nancy WHITE had the following children:
+8 i. Nancy VICKERS.
9 ii. Polly VICKERS was born in 1781. Merged General Note: !SOURCE: 1. Muhlenberg Co. Abstracts of Wills and Administration, p. 45. Father's will.
+10 iii. Jacob VICKERS.
+11 iv. Ralph VICKERS III.
12 v. Elizabeth VICKERS was born in 1792. She died in 1866. Merged General Note: !SOURCE: 1. Muhlenberg Co. Abstracts of Wills and Administration, p. 45. Father's will. a. nickname Betsy.
+13 vi. John VICKERS.
I John Vickers of Edgecomb County Being of a greate age and in a low condition But of a perfect memory thanks be to God that gave it and calling to mind the mortality of my nature I have in my mind to give devise and dispose of my worldly Estate in the following manner and form to wit---
Itim. I first give to the heirs of my son Abram Vickers one
shilling stirling money of
Itim I next give to my son Jacob Vickers one shilling stirling money of Great Britan.
Itim. I next give to my son John Vickers the plantation wheireon he now liveth and all the Land in that survey Containing to three hundred and sixty acres be the saim more or less
Itim. I next give to my son George Vickerses two sons David and George the plantation wheireon my son Abram formerly did live on the East side of Williamson's Branch it being part of two surveys Containing to two hundred acres be the saime more or less and if Either of them should dye the living one to inherit the hole and likewise one shilling stirling money apeace to all the rest and likewise to Sabrina and Sarah Daughters of my son George Vickers one fourth part of my moveable Estate after my death Excepting the Still and Black Smithes tools not to be sold but valued---
Itim. I next give to my son Benjamin Vickers one shilling stirling money of Great Britan
Itim. Give to my son Raif Vickers the plantation wheireon I now liveth Beginning on Town Creak on the North side beginning at a white oake then running a north course along John Morrises Line to the Williamsons Branch then down the various courses of sd. Branch to Town Creake---then up the sd. Creake running the various course of sd. Creake to the first station Containing to two hundred acres be the saim more or less---
Itim. I next give to my son Joshua Vickers fourty shillings
Itim. I next give to my son Joseph Vickers fourty shillings Virginia Money likewise all my black Smiths tools and the still--after the death of my wife Mary or widowhood.
Itim. I next give to my son Stephen Vickers one shilling stirling money of Great Britan
Itim. I next give to my Daughter Martha Hatcher one shilling stirling money of Great Britan
Itim. I next give to my Daughter Mary Morris one shilling stirling money of Great Britan
Itim. I next give to my Daughter Pashtience Stokes one shilling stirling money of Greate Britan and to her daughter Betse Stokes new born ten pounds
Itim. I next give to my Daughter Elizabeth White one shilling stirling money of Greate Britan
Itim. I next give to my beloved wife the plantation wheireon I now liveth and likewise all the moveable Estate after the Legasies already mentioned is paid off during of her life or widowhood and after her life or widowhood I give the other three parts not all ready mentioned to my three sons Viz. Joshua Vickers Raif Vickers and Joseph Vickers to be equally divided between them-----
Itim. I do heareby constitute and appoint my son Raif Vickers and my son in law John Morris together with my wife Mary Vickers Executors of this my last will and testament and I do heareby give to my son Raif and my son in law John Morris five shillings stirling money apeace for theire trowble as Executors and I do heareby Disanul Disalow and Revoke all and every other former will and testament only this excepted wheireunto I have set my hand and fixt my seale the Day and yeare above writen and signed sealed in the presents of Briton Bridgers* Samuel Vickers
Edgecombe County November 1784.
The within will was produced in open court and proved by the oath of Briton Bridgers. The Ex.rs were qualified at the same time and the will ordered to be recorded. Test. Edward Hall C.C.
Vickers Will, Feb 07th 1785. Rec.d
[Department of Archives and History,
He was married to Mary UNKNOWN. John VICKERS
and Mary UNKNOWN had the following children:
14 i. Abraham VICKERS (17)
15 ii. Jacob VICKERS (17)
16 iii. John VICKERS (17)
17 iv. George VICKERS (17)
18 v. Benjamin VICKERS (17)
19 vi. Raif VICKERS (17)
20 vii. Joshua VICKERS (17)
21 viii. Joseph VICKERS (17)
22 ix. Stephen VICKERS (17)
23 x. Martha VICKERS (17) She was married to HATCHER
24 xi. Mary VICKERS (17) She was married to John MORRIS
25 xii. Pashtience VICKERS (17) She was married to STOKES
26 xiii. Elizabeth VICKERS (17) She was married to WHITE
8. Nancy VICKERS was born in 1765. Merged
General Note: !SOURCE: 1. Muhlenberg Co. Abstracts of
Wills and Administration, p. 45. Father's will. 2. LDS
fiche #6048004, Muhlenberg County Marriages, 1799-1901, p. 16. a. name, mar.date, mar.place. She was married to Henry BUSBEE on 15 Jan 1824 in ,
10. Jacob VICKERS was born on 27 Apr 1789 in , , North
Vickers, Jacob 62 m NC Farmer $600
Hannah 57 f KY
Nancy 33 f KY
Ralph 22 m KY Farmer
Patsy 19 f KY
Emily 17 f KY
He was married to Hannah ARNOLD on 21 Sep 1815 in , Muhlenberg ,KY, USA. Hannah ARNOLD was born in Mar 1795 in , ,
Jacob VICKERS and Hannah ARNOLD had the following children:
27 i. Nancy VICKERS was born in 1818 in , ,
+28 ii. John Ralph VICKERS, Sr..
+29 iii. Josiah VICKERS.
+30 iv. Ralph VICKERS.
31 v. Patsy VICKERS was born in 1831 in , ,
32 vi. Emily VICKERS was born in 1833 in , ,
33 vii. Elisha VICKERS was born in 1848.
11. Ralph VICKERS III was born in 1790. He
was born about 1798 in
Vickers, Ralph 52 m NC Farmer $2000
Susan 52 f VA
Susan A. 20 f KY
Caroline 11 f KY
Eliza J. 8 f KY Bed,
William 12 m KY
MCAWA: Ralph VICKERS, will of
He was married to Susannah LANDERS (LANDES)
on 19 Nov 1818 in ,
+34 i. Sarah VICKERS.
+35 ii. Mary VICKERS.
+36 iii. Jacob VICKERS.
+37 iv. Elizabeth VICKERS.
38 v. Susan A. VICKERS was born in 1841.
39 vi. Caroline VICKERS was born in 1842 in , ,
40 vii. Eliza Jane VICKERS was born in 1844 in , ,
He was married to Susan LANDIS on 19 Nov 1818
Ralph VICKERS III and Susan LANDIS had the following children:
+36 i. Jacob VICKERS.
+37 ii. Elizabeth VICKERS.
41 iii. Susan A. VICKERS was born about 1830 in , ,
13. John VICKERS was born on 31 Jan 1795 in , , North
Vickers, John 54 m NC Farmer $12,500
Sarah A. 45 f KY
Daniel 23 m KY
Mary 21 f KY
John Jr. 19 m KY
America 13 f KY
McKee, John 10 m KY
He was married to Mary (Polly) LANDERS on 4 Jan 1816 in , Muhlenberg ,KY, USA.(22)(21) Mary (Polly) LANDERS was born on 4 Oct 1794 in , Bodgetail, VA, US. (23)(21) She died on 4 Aug 1847.(19)(21)(24) She was buried in Station Chapel Cemetery, Sacramento, , KY, US.(25)(21)
John VICKERS and Mary (Polly) LANDERS had the following children:
42 i. Absalom VICKERS was born on 21 Sep 1816 in , Muhlenberg ,KY, USA. (26) He died on 21 Dec 1899 in Clinton,
43 ii. Daniel VICKERS was born about 1827 in
44 iii. Mary VICKERS was born about 1829 in
45 iv. John VICKERS Jr. was born about 1831 in , ,
46 v. America VICKERS was born about 1837 in , ,
28. John Ralph VICKERS Sr. (29) was born on 2
Mar 1824 in
Will of John Ralph
I, John R. Vickers, Sen., being old and feeble in body but sound in mind do make this my last Will and Testament. 1st. To my daughter, Fannie E. Son, I have given $715.00 in cash and l44 acres of land in Marshall, Co. Ky., all valued at $1500.00 that is to be her part during her parents lifetime.
2nd. To my son, James F. Vickers, I have given $1500.00 in cash, that is to be his part during his parents lifetime.
3rd. To my daughter, Mattie E. Whitmer, I have given $1500.00 worth of land, the same now deeded to her. This is to be her part during her parents lifetime.
4th. To my daughter, Lula J. Dossett, I give 185 acres of land at Gilbertsville, Ky., cut south as far as the head of Beaver Pond as laid-off-valued at $1500 00, to be her part during her parents lifetime.
5th. To my daughter, Mollie Eades, I have deeded 360 acres of land in Marshall Co.,
6th. To my son John R. Vickers, Jr., I give after the death of his parents, that portion of the Baker farm to the east and of line between the Baker and McEuen farms to be his part.
7th. To my daughter, Alice, I give l34 acres of land in Marshall Co., Ky., deeded to me by Reed and Gilbert, also, 48 acres cut off the Norton survey, all in Marshall Co., Ky., and in the final distribution, she is to have $500.00 in cash in addition to the land, all valued at $1500.00.
8th. To my beloved wife, Elizabeth J. Vickers, I will to her the Baker farm and the house and lot I now live on in the town of
9th. In this will, after our death, empower James F. Vickers, John R. Vickers, Jr., and C. C. Son to sell and convey all real estate not disposed of and also, dispose of personal property on hand and to make equal distribution among the several heirs of all that may be remaining.
Attest: J. W. Vancleve J. R. Vickers, Sr. G. R. Vickers
[He died on 6 May 1899 in
He had an estate probated on 5 Jun 1899 in
The following instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John F. Vickers, dec'd. late of this County, was produced in open court and proved by the oaths of J. W. Vancleve and G. R. Vickers, subscribing witness thereto, whereon, the same was established by the Court to be the last Will and Testamant of the said testator and the same is ordered on record and is recorded in my office as Clerk of said Court. W. D. Shutt, Clerk by J. L. Shutt, D.C.
He was buried in
This John Ralph Vickers was a "well-to-do" man, he bought several hundred acres of good bottom land, settled in and around Gilbertsville, he gave his daughters Lula and Mollie each a farm. Lula sold her part and Mollie lived on her part for a while, then sold, went to
47 i. Annie C. VICKERS (34) was born on 25 Aug 1856. She died on 24 Nov 1881. She was buried in
48 ii. Cynthia Ann VICKERS was born in 1857.
+49 iii. Fannie E. VICKERS.
50 iv. James French VICKERS was born in 1863.
+51 v. Mattie E. VICKERS.
+52 vi. Lula J. VICKERS.
+53 vii. Mollie VICKERS.
+54 viii. John Ralph VICKERS Jr..
+55 ix. Alice VICKERS.
29. Josiah VICKERS (35) was born in 1826 in
56 i. Vincent B. VICKERS was born in 1852.
57 ii. Hannah E. VICKERS was born in 1859.
30. Ralph VICKERS was born on 9 Oct 1827 in
58 i. George William VICKERS was born in 1857.
57 ii. Hannah E. VICKERS.
59 iii. Benjamin W. VICKERS was born on 5 Nov 1860. (21) He died on 19 Feb 1935. (21)
60 iv. Mary J. VICKERS was born on 27 Sep 1862.(21) She died on 16 Mar 1953.21
61 v. Jacob L. VICKERS was born in 1865.(21) He died on 22 Feb 1946. (21)
62 vi. Sarah E. VICKERS was born on 19 May 1866. (21) She died on 27 Apr 1951. (21)
63 vii. John T. VICKERS was born on 15 Jun 1868. (21) He died on 16 Jan 1949. (21)
64 viii. Martha D. VICKERS21 was born on 26 Jun 1870. She died on 6 Jan 1902.
65 ix. Julia A. VICKERS21 was born in 1873.
66 x. Joseph VICKERS was born on 16 Jul 1874. He died on 1 Aug 1874. He was buried in
67 xi. James VICKERS (21) was born on 24 Aug 1875. He died on 14 Apr 1876.
34. Sarah VICKERS. Merged General Note: !SOURCE: 1. Muhlenberg Co. Abstracts of Wills and Administration, p. 59. Father's will.
35. Mary VICKERS was born in 1823 in
Bidwell, John 38 m KY Farmer $800
Mary 27 f KY
Martin A. 6 m KY
Elizabeth S. 3 f KY
Orlando 2 - KY
Mary VICKERS and John BIDWELL had the following children:
Martin A. BIDWELL was born about 1844 in , ,
+69 ii. Elizabeth S. BIDWELL.
+71 iv. John L. BIDWELL.
36. Jacob VICKERS was born on 29 Dec 1819 in , ,
Jacob VICKERS and Cynthia Ann STROUD had the following children:
Lucinda Lucretia VICKERS was born on 3 Dec 1844 in
73 ii. Russell VICKERS was born in 1846 in
74 iii. Peter VICKERS was born in 1848 in
75 iv. William VICKERS was born in 1849 in
76 v. Martin Lee VICKERS was born in 1850 in
+77 vi. John Ralph VICKERS.
+78 vii. George Robert VICKERS.
79 viii. Absalom Warren VICKERS was born in 1857. He died in 1935.
80 ix. Isaac Newton Kelly VICKERS was born in 1860. He died in 1944.
81 x. Nannie VICKERS was born on 16 Sep 1862 in ,
37. Elizabeth VICKERS was born in 1825.(21) She died in 1915. !SOURCE: 1.
Muhlenberg Co. Abstracts of Wills and Administration, p. 59. Father's
will. 2. LDS fiche #6048004, Muhlenberg County Marriages, 1799-1901, p.
42. a. name, mar.date, mar.place. She was married to William W. MCEWING on 10 Dec
49. Fannie E. VICKERS (41) was born in 1862
52. Lula J. VICKERS was born in 1870.21 She died on 18 Apr 1958. (21) Article by Mrs. Julia A. Hamilton This John Ralph Vickers was a "well-to-do" man, he bought several hundred acres of good bottom land, settled in and around Gilbertsville, he gave his daughters Lula and Mollie each a farm. Lula sold her part and Mollie lived on her part for a while, then sold, went to
53. Mollie VICKERS43 was born on 18 Apr 1872 in
Mollie VICKERS and James EADES had the following children:
+82 i. Nancy Elizabeth EADES.
83 ii. Miladean EADES44 was born on 2 Oct 1901 in
54. John Ralph VICKERS Jr. was born in 1876.(21) He died in 1942.(21) He was married to Nilla J. ARNOLD on 16 Dec 1897.(45)
55. Alice VICKERS46 was born on 27 Jul 1882 in
Alice VICKERS and Arch DOSSETT had the following children:
+84 i. Norman V. DOSSETT.
+85 ii. Frances Jane DOSSETT.
69. Elizabeth S. BIDWELL was born about 1847
70. Orlando BIDWELL was born about 1848 in
71. John L. BIDWELL was born in 1851. !SOURCE: 1. The Eades Family, Tate Collins, p. 28. 2. McLean Co., KY Marriages, CD2. a. name Jno L., mar.date, mar.place. He was married to Ann Laurette EADES on 18 Oct 1877 in
77. John Ralph VICKERS was born on 14 Nov 1852 in
John Ralph VICKERS and Lucy A. (Luny) DRAKE had the following children:
86 i. Roy VICKERS.
+87 ii. Ella VICKERS.
88 iii. Jacob David VICKERS was born in 1876. He died in 1957.
89 iv. Nola Susan VICKERS was born in 1879. She died in 1963.
90 v. Roxie E. VICKERS was born in 1889. She died on 1 Jun 1906. He was married to Zilla CULP on 26 Sep 1901 in ,
78. George Robert VICKERS was born on 10 Oct
George Robert VICKERS and Nancy Margaret
EADES had the following children:
91 i. Minnie Eades VICKERS was born in 1879 in
+92 ii. Ruth Rufus VICKERS.
+93 iii. Gertye Geneva VICKERS.
+94 iv. Cleva Osa VICKERS.
82. Nancy Elizabeth EADES (50) was born on 8
Dec 1893 in
Nancy Elizabeth EADES and Cyril AUSTIN had the following children:
95 i. Infant AUSTIN51 was born on 27 Feb 1923. He (or she) died on 27 Feb 1923.
84. Norman V. DOSSETT(52). He was married to Susie Dee BATSEL on 12 Mar 1948 in
Norman V. DOSSETT and Susie Dee BATSEL had the following children:
96 i. Norma Sue DOSSETT54 was born on 21 Aug 1953.
97 ii. Jon Michael DOSSETT55 was born on 6 May 1961. (85). Frances Jane DOSSETT56 was born on 17 Apr 1923 in
Frances Jane DOSSETT and Felix Edgar ALLEN Jr. had the following children:
98 i. Felix Edgar ALLEN III (58) was born on 27 Sep 1955 in
99 ii. Cynthia Jane Allen ALLEN (59) was born on 3 Dec 1957 in
100 iii. Deborah Frances ALLEN (60) was born on 20 Jan 1960.
87. Ella VICKERS was born on 2 Dec 1874 in
She was married to Thomas
FIELDSON (son of Richard FIELDSON and Maria CARLISLE) on 22 Oct 1893 in
Ella VICKERS and Thomas FIELDSON had the
101 i. Lula Mae FIELDSON was born on 2 Sep 1894.68 She died on 16 Jul 1895. (69)
102 ii. Thomas William McKindley FIELDSON70 was born on 25 Dec 1895. (71) He died on 16 Oct 1898. (72) He was also known as Tommy. Information found on stone with Lizzie Viola Fieldson
103 iii. Martin Luther FIELDSON was born on 29 Nov 1898. (73) He died on 15 May 1920. (74) He was ill with Epilepsy. Source: A letter written by Dr. R. M. Jones on behalf of Ella Fieldson, to the Commissioner of Pensions. Text: Dear Sirs; Until Nov. 28, 1913, Martin Fieldosn Pensioner Certificate No. 731890 as a minor child of Thomas Fieldson, 1st Sergeant Co. I, 14th Reg. Vol. H.A. Martin Fieldson was dropped on account of having reached the age limit for minor children. The boy is an epileptic, and is passing into a state of idiocy. He requires constant watching. Is there any relief for such cases in the pension laws? If there is, please give me information as to the proper cource for his mother to pursue. I have no interest in case excepting as the family physician and friend of the boys father. Yours very truly, Signed R. M. Jones. Source: Medical Examination by Dr. A. D. Purdy of Kuttawa, Lyon Co., Ky. Mother stated that the boy was kicked in the head by a horse at age 4 and two years later started having seizures
+104 iv. Charles Henry FIELDSON.
105 v. Alvin Thomas FIELDSON was born on 22 Mar 1902. He died on 7 Aug 1919.
+106 vi. Lorenz Roy FIELDSON.
+107 vii. Arlene FIELDSON.
108 viii. Lucy Maria FIELDSON was born on 24 Mar 1910. She died on 26 Oct 1918.(75)
92. Ruth Rufus VICKERS was born on 20 Aug
Ruth Rufus VICKERS and Joseph Azariah SWEATT had the following children:
+109 i. Gladys Vickers SWEATT.
+110 ii. Joseph Elwood SWEATT.
+111 iii. Hugh Wallace SWEATT.
+112 iv. Awilda Grace SWEATT.
+113 v. Gertye Geneva SWEATT.
93. Gertye Geneva
VICKERS was born between 1882 and 1886 in
94. Cleva Osa VICKERS was born on 25 May 1888 in Ceralvo, , KY,
1. E. D. Vickers. Vickers
Family History. 1970 E. D. Vickers 104 Will Scarlet Lane
2. Ibid. pg 1.
3. Charles J. Vickers firstname.lastname@example.org. Birth Place Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
4. E. D. Vickers. Vickers Family History. 1970 E. D. Vickers 104 Will Scarlet Lane
5. Charles J. Vickers email@example.com. Loction Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
6. Ibid. Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
7. Ibid. Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
8. E. D. Vickers. Vickers Family History. 1970 E. D. Vickers 104 Will Scarlet Lane
9. Ibid. pg 1.
10. Charles J. Vickers firstname.lastname@example.org. Location Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
11. Ibid. Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
12. Ibid. Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
13. Ibid. Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
14. Ibid. Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
15. Ibid. Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
16. Ibid. Info posted on Vickers Resource Page.
17. Will of John Vickers,
18. Henry Vickers <email@example.com> email of 10/5/1997. DOB.
19. Personal Viewing of grave stone.
20. Henry Vickers <firstname.lastname@example.org> email of 10/5/1997. DOD.
22. E. D. Vickers. Vickers Family History. 1970 E. D. Vickers 104 Will Scarlet Lane
23. Ibid. pg 98.
24. Ibid. pg 98.
25. Ibid. pg 98.
26. Ibid. pg 100.
27. Ibid. pg 100-101.
28. Ibid. pg 100.
29. Ibid. pg 9.
30. Family Records. Will of John Ralph Vickers, Sr. McLean County,
31. Personal Viewing of grave stone. 1899.
32. E. D. Vickers. Vickers Family History. 1970 E. D. Vickers 104 Will Scarlet Lane
33. Ibid. pg 9.
34. Ibid. pg 10.
35. Ibid. pg 8.
37. E. D. Vickers. Vickers Family History. 1970 E. D. Vickers 104 Will Scarlet Lane
38. Ibid. pg 7.
39. Ibid. pg 7.
40. Ibid. pg 7.
41. Ibid. pg 10.
42. Ibid. pg 10.
43. Ibid. pg 10.
44. Ibid. pg 10.
45. Ibid. pg 10.
46. Ibid. pg 10.
47. Ibid. pg 10.
48. Barb Marshall (email@example.com).
50. E. D. Vickers. Vickers Family History. 1970 E. D. Vickers 104 Will Scarlet Lane
51. Ibid. pg 10.
52. Ibid. pg 10.
53. Ibid. pg 10.
54. Ibid. pg 10.
55. Ibid. pg 10.
56. Ibid. pg 10.
57. Ibid. pg 10.
58. Ibid. pg 11.
59. Ibid. pg 11.
60. Ibid. pg 11.
62. William Vickers affidavit on behalf of Ella Fieldson, probable for widows pension application. Notary Public Charles F. Jenkins 23 Aug, 1910.
63. Family Records. Copy of Marriage Cert.
64. Marshall Co. Historical Soc. Marshall County Marriage Records.
65. Film Roll 852. Page 423, Dwelling No. 480, Family No. 480 Thomas, 16, farmer, England Page 427, Dwelling 500, family 500, roll 852 Family of John State, 53, m, farmer, England Thomas Fieldson, 16, m, farmer, England (must have been a farm hand).
66. Family Records. Civil War papers , Company Descriptive Book.
67. Fieldson, Thos | 26 | M | W | Farmer | 1000 | 200 |
68. Personal Viewing of grave stone. Provine Cemetery.
69. Ibid. Provine Cemetery.
70. Ibid. Provine Cemetery.
72. Ibid. Fieldson, Thomas W. 1894-1897, diptheria. Burried with Warfield, Edna G 1890-1897, diptheria.
73. Family Records. Dept of Interior, Pension file. Certificate # 59686 Copy of form in possession of Randy Wynn, completed in hand of Thomas Fieldson.
74. Multi Volume Set @ Caldwell Library July 1997 trip to KY. Series 2 Vol III pg 2229 listed as M.L. Fieldson.
75. Ibid.. Series 2 Vol III Pg 2229.
From Lucy Vickers Grisham:
I am sending you info I have found out about this Ralph III- son of Ralph, Jr. and wife Sarah- who died in York Co. SC- It is definitely him who was in both Anson Co. records and then York Co. records - I guess since SC boundaries were formed between 1785 -1800.
The way I knew is because this Ralph's daughter married Michael Berry who
appears on one of the deed records in Anson with Ralph. I would assume also
that Michael Berry is connected somehow with the
The Deed and Will Records of Anson Co. -Colony of NC -1765-1775- Abstracts of
Land Patents Vol. 2. by
Hoffman- p 48 No. 26, 139 prove that. These deeds also mention
Apparently this Ralph sold part of the land he received in 1785 to Abraham Ballew ( 100 acres) in 1786- I do not know how much land Ralph actually had, but it changed hands a number of times.
I have incorporated his info into the records for John Vickers of Edgecombe
since that has the direct lineage - It is interesting because Ralph III
had son John who is thought to have gone into
you all are o.k. I heard from Barbara Boynton yesterday. I stay in touch
with her as much as I can. We all owe her a great debt of gratitude for the
Talk to you again soon.
Lucy Vickers Grisham
Vicars, Vickars/Vickers Ancestry
Reference: Burke’s Book of Heraldry
Arms-Argent- A Fret Gules- Red, Black and White Vest
Crest- Cubit- Holding a Millrind Azure
Meaning and Origin-possibly pertaining to the Church as in VICAR- man of the Church- or of the Vicarage?
**Burke’s Book says possibly the first Vicars came
John Vickers b @1584-
John Vickers is said to have come from
John Vickers is said to have come from
**Listed in “List of the Living & Dead in
He is not in the 1624 Census of Jamestown.
** He would have been about 35 years old at his marriage.
Supposed child of John and Sarah:
Supposed child of John and Sarah:
John Vickers-born @1620 in Old Rappahannock Co., Virginia, Died
Sept 13, 1677 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia or Stafford? He married
Jane Webb about 1644, daughter of Elias Webb and wife Katherine, (maiden name
unknown), widow of John Knott of
Will names children:
1. John- @1648-50 married Ruth- Died 1729 in Chowan/Bertie Co. N.C.
2. Ralph- b 1650? Married? - His daughter Margaret married William Boykin, son of Edward Boykin. Will date of Ralph- 10 Feb 1742- R 14 Jan 1743. Names his three grand-children of Margaret and William Boykin.
**Southampton Co. Deeds- (part of Isle of Wight)-
Deeds-1751- pp 323-327- Thomas Boykin and wife Mary 262 acres adjacent
Mill Swamp and Benjamin Jenkins – part of **525 acres given by Ralph
Vickers Sr. to Thomas
Boykin and Samuel Boykin-(grandsons) signed-Thomas Boykin and wife
Mary. Witnesses- Thomas Williamson,
Half Brother Abraham Carnall, son of Thomas Carnall and Jane. **Her second husband.
**Will also mentions “ God-daughter, Mary Knight” - who I think belongs to Peter Knight of Isle of Wight co. Virginia- This Peter Knight received grant of land from Sir John Harvey on main creek adjacent to Lt. John Upton – 200 acres –Mar 13, 1638- I also believe he was the one who married to Mary or Genevieve Basse- of the family of Nathaniel Basse- Peter Knight also transported Frances Mott to Old Rappahannock Co., probably related to John and George Mott, and she married John Finnell.
of the Basse family migrated south into
*Will of Elias Webb- of Rappahannock co. –July 24, 1697-recorded in Essex Co.
Lived Westmoreland Co.
Son Elias- (who died before his father)
Daughter Jane – married to 1. John Vickers 2. Thomas Carnall- Westmoreland Co.
Daughter Sarah- married to?
*Deposition of Thomas Speedy- that John Knott made verbal Will to give all he had to his wife Katherine March 22, 1659. John Knott was brother to Richard Knott who married Rebecca –Westmoreland Co. Record
Wills Vol #2- due Elias Webb- 200 acres land for transportation of these persons into the colony- Ann Garrett, Evans Price, Edith Blacke, and John Bevis-Feb. 24-1663-4.
Westmoreland Co. Deeds and Wills- #3-1701-1707- John Hoare-
Washington Parish Feb 1705- to Andrew Monroe of same, in exchange of 3 acres
part of patent granted Elias Webb- April 30, 1664- in Washington Parish near
plantation of said
Will of Ralph Vickers I - Feb 10, 1741-2 Probated Jan 14, 1747:
I Ralph Vickers, being of great age but sound of mind and memory….
To grandson, Thomas Boykin, half the land bought of Benjamin Boykin and two slaves.
To grandson Simon Boykin, half the land bought of Benjamin Boykin and one slave.
To granddaughter Martha Boykin, to live on plantation as long as she is single and three slaves.
To daughter, Margaret Vaughn (wife of Thomas Vaughn), one shilling current money and to live as long as she wishes on the Benjamin Boykin Farm.
Granddaughter Martha Vaughn, one shilling.
Abraham Carnall, his half brother appointed executor. Witnessed by Joseph and Hardy Council. Abraham declined to serve as executor. Simon Boykin appointed in his place. January 14, 1747. Will of Ralph Vickers was presented for probate by Abraham Carnall and was proven by oaths of Joseph Powell and Thomas English.
Great Book 1715- 1724 pp182-84
Will Book 3 p 89
Will book 5, pp 89-91
Order Book 1746- 1752 p 74
Ralph Vickers purchased land in Lower Parish, Newport, Isle
of Wight Co.
March 18, 1718- John Williams of Albemarle Co. sold to Ralph
May 27. 1728 Ralph Vickers, William Page, John Teasley appraised the estate of Phillip Pierce. August 26, 1728 appraised estate of Richard Bowin. June 26, 1738- appraised estate of John Teasley with William Page and Richard Pierce.
Deed October 26, 1741- Benjamin Boykin of Edgecombe Co. N.C. sold to Ralph Vickers of Isle of Wight Co. 525 acres being patent to Major Arthur Allen, October 20, 1691-
November 26, 1744- Ralph R. Vickers of Isle of Wight Co. Va. deeded to Samuel Wilkins of James City Co. for 41 pounds currant money 200 acres adjoining the former William Williams plantation purchased in 1718, plus 175 acres adjoining George Pierce’s land and John Silleway, William Carver, William Williams and Richard Carver. (Part of the patent of Geo. Anderson 1710). Witnessed by John Dunkley and Thomas Williamson.
John Vickers- b @1648-1650- Isle of Wight
Married Ruth? - About 1679-80 - They died Chowan/Bertie Co. North Carolina. John’s age indicates he was older when he married, at least 30 or 31 years of age.
b 1690 – married to 1. Jane? 2. Sarah? (Not proven at this
time.) Lived in the area of Isle of Wight that became Newport Parish,
Deed Records- Edgecombe Co. - - Land bought 27 Apr 5 1754- - Beginning at black gum on south side of Town Creek, then south 70 chains – east 32 poles to James Permenter’s line to a corner pine- then south 40 chains – east 140 poles along Permenter’s other line to a corner pine, then east 184 poles to a corner pine, then west along the said line, 216 poles to John Moore’s corner maple- then up the creek to the first station- Rent to be 17 shillings 4 pence. Chain bearers-James Permenter and Absalom Holliman. Signed by Ralph Vickers
***Holliman or Holleman family
from Southampton Co.
Deed Bk 6 p 348- William Williamson of Johnston Co.- to Ralph Vickers –of Edgecombe Co. 21 July 1758- 60 pounds proclamation money- 320 acres on the north side of Town Creek- joining James Rhodes. Witness: John Smith and Benjamin Brand.
Signed by Rachel Vickers (?).
Supposed other children of John and Ruth-?? What happened to these children?
2. Abraham Vickers- b
3. Thomas Vickers- b
4. Stephen Vickers- b
5. John Vickers- b
Deed records Essex and Old Rappahannock co.- Jan 28, 1661-2- show a Robert Viccaridge?Vicars? in deed (Old Rappahannock Deeds-1656-1664)
1790 Census Edgecombe Co. lists Ralph Vickers II.
of Ralph Vickers II- Parish of St. Mary’s
Will of Ralph Vickers II- Parish of St. Mary’s– Aug 11, 1761- R Sept Court 1762.
Wife and Executrix-“lend plantation whereon I live, reversion to youngest son Abraham- one Negro to be sold at her death, money divided between four youngest children, horse, saddle, bridle, two pewter dishes, pewter tankard, six pewter plates, cast iron pot and frying pan. Eldest son and executor, Ralph Jr., plantation bought of William Williamson, horse, large gun and sword. Sons, John, plantation bought of John Moore, also horse and gun, Abraham, mare bought of Edward Burton to be shared with Sarah. Sarah- furniture and residue to be divided between wife Sarah and her four children. Mary Baker, Rachel Scarborough, eldest daughters, two pounds fifteen shillings each.” Witnessed by Moses Baker, Benjamin Brand and Aaron Baker.
** this will indicates Ralph was married more than one time- The older girls being Mary and Rachel, are probably by a first wife. The provision for “four younger children” and the separate provision for the girls, along with the wording of the will indicate Sarah as mother of the three boys and a younger daughter Sarah. He may have been married when he was in Southampton Co.?
** William Williamson- possibly the same one b 1744, Bladen Co. N. Carolina who married Mary Gardiner and was son of William Jonathan Williamson who married a Collins. He also was of the same family as John Williamson who married Nancy Jordan and died Butts Co. Georgia; All of these wives are from connecting families.
of Sarah Vickers- 7 Feb 1781- Aug Ct. 1783- Sons and Executors-
of Sarah Vickers- 7 Feb 1781- Aug Ct. 1783- Sons and Executors-
of Ralph and his two wives:
Children of Ralph and his two wives:
1. Mary- b @1730-5 - married Moses Baker Jr., b 1734-37, died @1816 in Kentucky, son of Moses Baker b @1708 Chowan/Bertie Co. NC and Sarah Chappell. **Ref: Will of Moses Baker. The Chappell family was of Surry Co. Va. They intermarried with my Mason family.
Rachel- b 1730-5 - married to Miles Scarborough- son of David Scarborough
and Nancy Dunn, son of William Scarborough and wife Sarah, b 1690- Isle of
Wight Co. Va. between 1758 and 1761-Miles was Pastor of Buck Camp Baptist
Church in Burke County, Ga. in 1805. ** Many of these
Rachel- b 1730-5 - married to Miles Scarborough- son of David Scarborough
and Nancy Dunn, son of William Scarborough and wife Sarah, b 1690- Isle of
Wight Co. Va. between 1758 and 1761-Miles was Pastor of Buck Camp Baptist
Church in Burke County, Ga. in 1805. ** Many of these
3. Ralph III- b 1730- 37, son of Sarah- married to Ann Baker, daughter of Moses Baker and Sarah Chappell. He died 1810 in York Co. S. Carolina leaving a will dated Aug 23, 1810- proven Oct 19, 1812.
**In the records of “Battle of Kings Mountain”
- A list made Aug 4, 1782 showed a Ralph Vickers at 26 years old,
5’10”, brown complexion- (b 1756). Deserted with others from the post at
(Ref: Wills of York Co.)
**Will of Ralph Vicars- State of South Carolina- South Carolina- York District-
“In the name of God, Amen, that I Ralph Vicars, being weak of body but of perfect Memory – first I do recommend my soul to God who gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors – first as my last will and testament , I do allow all my worldly contracts to be discharged out of my personable property and secondly I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter, Charity Ross, five dollars out of my estate and in like manner give and bequeath unto Theophilus Vicars, my well beloved son, the sum of five dollars out of my personable estate and in like manner as above I do give and bequeath Mary Berry, my well beloved daughter the sum or five dollars out o my estate aforesaid—and in like manner, as above said, I do give and bequeath unto John Vicars, my well beloved son, one hundred dollars out of the said estate also in like manner, do give, leave and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Ann Vicars- all the remaining part of my estate and to have her living out of it and at her disposal whilst she lives and at her decease, if any left or remains, I do allow it to be sold at public sale and equally divided amongst the above mentioned legatees…
I also do allow as my last will and testament that all my goods and chattels what ever is to be put to public sale at the discretion of Ann Vicars and John Vicars as chief Executors of my estate… Signed this 22nd of August 1810. In the Presence of Witnesses: Thomas Davis, James McCanon, Thomas McCants : 19 Oct 1812; Case 65 file #3090
He apparently was in Anson Co.,
***This Ralph is the same one who is found in Anson Co.
North Carolina in October 1779 with others who passed law dividing
Ralph Vickers is in Anson Co. 1790 Census, with 2 males over 16, 1 male under 16, but 3 females over 16.
He is in
In 1800 Census he is listed in his household: p 948
Ralph Vicars- 2 males 16-25- 1 male over 55
2 females 16-25 and 1 female over 55
1 male under 10- 1 male 26-45
1 female under 10- 1 female 26-25
1 male under 10- 1 male 16-25
1 female 16-25
Ref: Family Records of Betty K. Price
Census and Will Records- North and
Abstracts of Land Grants Vol. 2 by Hoffman- shows Abraham Ballew bought 100 acres on Flat Fork of Brown Creek beginning at a pine near Isaac Ballew, from Ralph Vickers for 30 pd on Jan 3, 1796- – Signed by Ralph Vickers and witnessed by John Hickman, Jeremiah Bass and Michael Berry- Recorded in 1794- (Anson Co. NC DB H-2- p 35
Jul 4, 1785- Moses White sold 100 acres on Flat Fork of Brown Creek beginning at a white oak on Frederick Bass’ corner to Samuel Flakes for 30 pds – land originally patented to George Ballew in 1775- Wit: Ralph Vickers and William Henry- Moses White signed- and it was recorded Jan 1789- Anson Co. NC- DB- H-2. p 35
Also find a Ralph in Anson Co. 1790 Census with 2 males over 16, 1 male under 16, but 3 females over 16. ??
He is probably in
***Note: The South Carolina Archives and History Center says in 1785, Cheraws District was divided into Chesterfield, Marlboro and Darlington Counties- but it divided Camden District into York, Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster, Richland, Claremont and Clarendon Counties”
Children of Ralph Vickers and Ann-
1. Theophilus- b Feb 17, 1770- He
married Feb 7, 1810- to Judith Taylor –in Caldwell Co.
** Judith (widow) and John Vickers (his brother) apply for
letters of administration on estate of Theophilus
Vickers, Deceased- Jasper Co.
b. Jane- b Sep 25, 1815- married to Benjamin Pinion, b Nov 7, 1811- Anson Co. NC. died 1900- in Montgomery Co. NC-in 1837- He was son of Reuben Pinion and grandson of Thomas Pinion and wife Sallie, who died Wilkes Co. NC
c. Theophilus Jr.- b Oct
26, 1817- Married to
a. John W.- b 1845- ?
b. Tobin- b 1846
c. Mary E.- b 1846-7
d. Martha- b 1848
e. Leretha J. 4/12 mo
2. Charity- b? She married John Ross.
3. Mary- b? She married Michael Berry b 1768- Died
1820 (will) - Hardin Co. Tennessee. They had a son named Michael T.
**Michael Berry is in the deed records of Anson Co. NC along with Ralph Vickers – Jan 3, 1786- Abraham Bellew bought 100 acres on Flat Fork of Brown Creek beginning at a pine and land of Isaac Ballew- from Ralph Vickers for 30lbs specie- Witnesses- John Hickman, Jeremiah Bass- (who later appears in Burke Co. GA) Michael Berry and Ralph Vickers signed. Recorded October 1794- - Anson Co. NC DB H-2, p. 35- 11
4. John- b 1775-1780- In the 1800 and 1810 census of York
Co. Apparently he is in Jasper Co. Ga. by 1817. So one of the John Vickers in
4. John- b? In the 1810
census of York Co. Apparently he is in Jasper Co. Ga. by
1817. So one of the John Vickers in
4. John- b @1730-40? Married to Mary and died 1784- Edgecombe Co. N. C.
5. Abraham- b – He is the younger son- *See Will of Sarah Vickers.
6. Sarah- b married a
**Ref: History of the Bakers of
Will of Michael Baker, his brother - Lincoln Co. N.C. was witnessed by John and William Vickers and Andrew Gardiner.
John Vickers , son of Ralph Vickers, Jr.
*Deed Bk 6-p 270- John Vickers bought land from Peleg Rogers of Duplin Co. NC - Feb 2, 1758- for 20 pounds current money Virginia- 640 acres on North side of Town Creek- Witnessed by Abram Vickers and George Gardiner.
Deed Bk E. Indenture 24 Feb 1780-
between John Vickers Sr., Edgecombe Co. and Michael Ward of same in which John
Vickers sold 370 acres on William Branch- said County. Wit: Thomas Mercer,
Stephen Vickers, Joseph Vickers. (See
*Mercers of Craven Co.
Edgecombe Precinct- Edgecombe Co. bought land of John Moore of Edgecombe, planter, 21 Mar 1752- 24 pounds, 10 shillings current money of Virginia- 200 acres on south side of Town Creek, a grant to said Moore 20 Apr 1745. Wit: Jonathan Wever, Elizabeth Wever and signed by John Vickers. August Court, 1752. B. Wynn- CC
N.C. Land Grant- Granville and others- John Vickers- planter 23 July 1761- Beginning at an oak on Stinson’s line then by his said line to corner of Ralph Vickers’ line then by said line to Barker’s corner to first station- 545 acres – Jacob and Abraham Vickers, chain Carriers.
Land Grant- 10 Dec 1760- Description- beginning at a live-oak on Richard Lee’s line- on south side Town Creek then by said line 200 poles to a pine the east 220 poles to a pine in the head of the branch then north 200 poles to Capt. Permenter’s line- then along his line north 45 chains- west 72 poles to Permenter’s corner- a live oak then up creek to 1st station- 360 acres – chain carriers- John Morris and Abraham Vickers.
Land Grant- 23 July 1761- Description- beginning at a gum in Town Creek on north side of or near Richard Ward’s Corner- then by Ward’s line north 20 chains- 144 poles to corner thence the other line north 70 chains- west 20 poles to a pine thence north 200 chains to a red oak then chain 500 poles to a black oak thence 60 poles to his own line then by his said line 220 poles to the corner line the other line south chain 240 poles to Town Creek- thence the said creek to the first station. 460 acres- Rent 18 shillings 5 pence per year- Chain carriers- Abraham and Jacob Vickers.
Important note here:
**According to the will of William Hatcher of Johnston Co. N.C., and Mary Boykin his wife, one of his sons married to Martha Vickers, daughter of John and Mary Vickers, and four of his daughters married four of the Vickers brothers to Martha. William was son of John Hatcher and Mary Hancock of Henrico Co. VA
His children were:
3. Obedience (Beady)-
married Gideon Yelvington, May 14, 1785 - lived
probably Edgefield South
4. William Jr. – married Martha Vickers, daughter of John and Mary-
5. Pheby- married John Coleman. **Colemans went to
6. Mary- married Joseph Vickers about 1762-
7. Ann - married a Vickers
8. Lucy- married a Storey
9. Tabitha- married to Thomas Cockrell- s/o Thomas Cockrell and Elizabeth-
10. Millie- married probably Joshua Vickers- and I
think this is mine**- The name Mary Mildred was handed down thru the girls
of the family. Of course this is not proven, but there was an older
Joshua Vickers and a younger Joshua Vickers in the early
11. Sarah- married a Vickers
From this will, we then have a double connection to the Hatchers- They along with the Bryants, and Boykins were direct kin.
Ref: Will of John Vickers, Edgecombe Co. N.C. 1784
Children of John and Mary:
1. Abram – b @1750-60- died before 1784- married probably a Hatcher-
2. Jacob- b 1750-60 - married probably a Hatcher
John M. Jr. – b1750-60- Married probably a Hatcher
and had daughter
4. George- b1750-60- Died before 1784- married Sarah Autry- daughter or granddaughter of Cornelius Autry- Edgecombe Co. (Deed of gift from Cornelius Autrey, 25 Jan 1771- Edgecombe Co, Cornelius Autrey had land grant in Edgecombe 1762). Buried Autrey’s Creek, Edgecombe Co. He married after death of Sarah to Pheraby or Phoebe, (maybe an Askew), who died before 1790. Children by Sarah:
1. George Jr. - by Sarah.
2. David- by Sarah
Sarah- by Pheraby-
married Samuel Harrell- went to
Found later in Jefferson Co. Florida. One source says she remarried to Samuel Davis after death of Christopher in @1800. Their children: Lemon Edwards and Uriah Edwards. He was probably s/o Christopher Edwards and wife Elizabeth who are in Warren Co.Ga.1764.? ** Warren Co. NC Deed Bk 3 p 39 - Oct 12, 1767- Christopher Edwards and wife Elizabeth of Edgecombe co. made deed to Henry Bishop of Bute Co. for 15 pds for 100 acres in Bute Co. on south side of Tar River adjacent Moseley- Wit: George Bishop, William Holle and Thomas Moseley. Proven May court 1770- Bute Co.
Christopher Edwards belongs to the family of Barbara Boynton. They are from Isle of Wight Co. Virginia Edwards Family.
5. Uriah- b? by Pheraby -died 1794-5 died at age 5 years-
Deed Bk 9 p 3- Edgecombe Co.- N.C. has release claim to land of Uriah Vickers- deceased, by Christopher Edwards and wife Salina Edwards to Stephen Vickers of Darlington Co. S.C. , attorney for Samuel Harrell and wife of District of Charleston, S.C. 27 May 1798.
**Court of Edgecombe Co. May
Session- 1799- Christopher Edwards and wife Salina are suing Ralph Vickers for
500 pounds or another large sum which was due Salina from estate of Pheraby Vickers who died before 1790. Children of George
and Pheraby, Sarah, Uriah
and Salina- Uriah died intestate, a child, age 5,
about 1794-5. Ralph Vickers- guardian of funds- conclusion of case declared.
9 p 272- Sarah Harrell of
Ref: Edgecombe Co. Kinfolks- 1788-1855- includes Audit of sale of estate of George Vickers and Pheraby Vickers- 1790.
Guardianships: Uriah, son of George Vickers- under guardianship of John
Morris 12 Nov 1790. Sarah- daughter of
George Vickers- under guardianship of John Morris 3 May 1786.
Information of Cornelius Autrey from
1977 letter from Mrs.
Cornelius bought land in 1745 – for 35 pounds- 160 acres in Edgecombe Co. NC. His children:
1. Cornelius Jr. - went to
2. Absalom- went to
3. Alexander- to
4. John- to
5. Jacob- to
6. William- to
7. Mary- to
11. Elijah- to
12. Drury- to
14. Rachael- to
Ref: “Edgecombe Co. Kinfolks- 1788-1855”- On October of 1782, the 28th day of the month Gov. Alexander Martin granted to George Vickers at the rate of fifty shillings per hundred acres, a tract of land in Edgecombe Co. 400 acres on Hurricane Branch adjoining Arthur Lee, said Vickers, Samuel Davis, Isaac Eason Sr. and Obed Eason. Sold 1782. On May 27, 1782, Pheraby Vickers, Admx of the estate of George, signed the inventory: 11 cattle, two breeding mares, horse mare, seven sheep, 3 old sows, geese and gander, old pair of leather boots, pair of leather britches, old loose coat, old Bible, razor, old loom, sley, harness, old woolens wheel, old linen wheel, old pair of cards, old tub, two old pails, two old piggins, old bucket, four old barrels, flax break, four old baskets, two old saddles, two old bridles, pair of hames and collar, plow frame, old sickle, old pair of Tempel?, seven hoes, grubbing hoe, old axe, drawing knife, two gimlets, hammer, small scraps of old iron, some old nails, old grindstone, two bed steads with cords, bed hide, two small looking glasses, old cradle, old table, three pewter dishes, four basins, nine pewter plates, fourteen spoons, porringer, tin cup, stone butter pot, two stone jugs, seven glass bottles , old can, two old iron pots skillet, pair of pot hooks, pot trammel, old pepper box, earthen cup, five old knives, five old forks, box iron and two heaters, griddle, frying pan, old glass inkstand, bell, two bells, churn, two old bread trays, old wooden bowl, two old pot lids, two corn tumblers iron spoon, mortar and some soap.
On July 27, 1782- Sheriff Henry Hart sold personal property of George Vickers at public auction for 182 pounds 11 shillings
Edgecombe Deed Bk- E- p 309-
Will Bk B-Section of inventories- p 273
Will Bk B- pp355-357
Will Bk B- - 321
5. Ralph- b @1750-60- Died Muhlenburg Co. Kentucky- married to Nancy White.
Benjamin- b@1753? May have married a Hatcher. He is
believed to have been a Tory during Rev. War- killed by a Mr. Bradstreet of
Edgecombe Co. in
**Edgecombe Co. Abstracts of Court Records- Wednesday 4 May 1785- “Benjamin Vickers, son of John Vickers took part in war with the British Army when in this state.”
Per letter of Lola Vickers King,
Benjamin had sons James, Benjamin, Jr. and a daughter
unknown- Benjamin Jr. b 1776-80 married Henrietta Robinson about 1803. This
Benjamin went to
1. Silas b Mar 21, 1828, who
married Mary Jane Netherlin b.
Mississippi, and came to Caldwell Co. Texas by way of Lawrence
County Mississippi where a son James Solomon Vickers was born about 1857-60.
In 1868, he located on a farm of 385 acres in Williamson Co. (probably at
Liberty Hill or
b. Louisa- b d married John Lockhart
c. Liddie- b 1856-d 1863-
d. Charles Lymon – ancestor of Lola King
e. John F.- b 1860-1885- married Sarah Ashabranner
f, Burnetta Jane- b 1866.- married 1. George Faro, 2. George H. Fore
g. R.E.L.- b d
h. Lewis C.- b d
i. Sarah Caroline – b 1870 d – married George Washington Phipps- Fisher Co. TX
j. William S- b 1875 d
k. S.J.- b d
l. G.G.- b d
m. C.E.- b d
Silas died 1914.
Other children of James and
Elizabeth were Caleb- went to
Caroline A. - married William James Slaughter at Georgetown, Texas, Williamson Co. 1858.
*James married again to a Mrs. Miller and they went to
**Note of interest: Ref: “Headrights
and Grants of
7. Joshua- b 1750-70-may have married to Milly
Hatcher??- probably went to
There is a younger Stephen Vickers b 1781-1792? He
married to Jane Mills- d/o Henry I. Mills and wife Ann of So.
Stephen (younger one) may have died around 1862 as Jane Vickers is in the 1870 Census record as living with John Clark Household in Jefferson County Florida as an “Aunt”- **There is a John Clark b 1827- Chester Co. SC- who married to Jane Boykin and died at Flat Creek, Gadsden Co. Florida , 1910. ??
Deed Bk- 9 p 273- Stephen Vickers of Darlington S.C. 28 Mar 1798- sold land granted to George Vickers, dec’d, falling to his daughters Sarah Harrell and Delaney Edwards by death of their brother Uriah Vickers.
1784- Washington Co.
9.. Mary- b 1750-70- married to John Morris, Jr.
a. Elizabeth (Betsy)- b Edgecombe Co.
b. Martha- b Mar 4, 1787- Edgecombe
Co. died Jan 5, 1859-
*Martin Stokes- Bullock Co, Ga., son of late Marcus
Stokes of Edgecombe Co. N.C. Deed Bk 11 p 128- Marcus
Stokes, Jr. son of late Marcus Stokes – Deed Bk
11 p 419- Bullock Co. Ga. Laurens Co.
N. - b 1755-70- to Darlington S. Carolina – said to have married
Mary Hatcher- In Dec 22, 1793- Joseph was appointed guardian of Jethro Spivey (minor) of that County. Connection here unknown. He received in
Cheraw’s District by June 7, 1795,
500 acres and received 235 acres land in
Ref: South Carolina State Land Grant Vol. 43 p
362-June 15, 1798 and Vol 50 p 434 Bk ZZZ- 910 acres surveyed for him Aug 20, 1802-
Darlington District bounded by J. Vickers (Joseph, Jr. or John?) between
Jeffrey’s Creek and Lake Swamp. He received this grant Sept 5, 1804.
He was in 1800 Darlington Co. S.C. census records and in Wilkinson/Laurens
Co. Ga. records 1805-6 on the first grand jury of
John Wesley Tanner b
1845 Douglas, Coffee Co. Georgia married Sarah Gaskins, daughter of John
Gaskins and Frances Lott. The Gaskins were of
John Tanner b 1794-
Since Joseph had married Mary Hatcher, the Tanners would have been cousins.
Joseph and Stephen both show up in
**A Joseph and James Vickers are in sale of 15 slaves to
Mr. Elizabeth Vickers – Hinds Co.
**Frederick Vickers may have been part of the family of Elias Vickers- who may have been son of Joseph-He was born between 1780-90- and died 1830 possibly Jefferson Co. Ga. He is in the 1820 Burke Co. Ga Census records with 2 males under 10 and 1 male 26-45- 1 female under 10, 2 females 26-45- He is also in the 1827 Land Lottery Bk. and the 1850 Census. He was married to Elender Smith, in July of 1806- who resided later in Hinds Co. MS before 1839- and probably died in Bienville Parish, La. Their children”
a. Joshua- age 41 – living in household. (b 1809). Listed as Laborer.
b. Green- age 23-
c. Louisa- age 21
d. Jane- age 21.
He drew Lot #8 in
Joshua Vickers- Bienville Parish served in Creek Indian War- He volunteered Irwinton, Co. Ga and served in Col. Berry’s Reg. in 1836- and was discharged same place Volunteered again Barbour Co. Ala. 1837- He served 3 months – discharged 1837.
3. Martha- b @1750-51 – married Feb 21, 1765- William Hatcher, Jr., son of
William Hatcher Sr. and wife Mary Boykin of Johnston Co. N. Carolina. Children:
6. Mary- b 1765- married 29 Nov 1785- to William Garner or Gardiner- Reuben Wilks Bondsman.
7. Benjamin- b 1766- married Ann Wilkerson
8. Abby or Avey?- married a Bruer (Brewer)
9. Martha- b 1771- married Samuel Cockrell
11. Prissa- b 1780- married a Garner
12. Sally- b 1785- married Jeptha Woodard
Other Records of
1. John Vickers- probably connected to the Rutherford Co.
NC. group - who died in York
District - married to Jane Swann, Feb 4, 1811.
James Porter- b 1722- probably
a. William Porter, Rev Sol. Battle of Kings Mountain- Rowan Co. NC. , was born 1750- 57- and died 1817- married to Mary Gilkey.
a. Rebecca who married to her first cousin John Swan, s/o Kesiah Porter and Joseph Swan.
b. Robert S. Porter married to Margaret Irvin-probably of the same Irvin family as Anne Irvin who married John Vickers, Lincoln Co.
b. Susannah- who married Samuel Ector
c. Kesiah- who married Joseph Swan
d. Ann- who married John Swan. Their children”
a. John B,
b. Mary H.-
c. Jane- who married John Vickers-
e. Jane- who married William Young
f. James – wounded at Battled of Ramsour’s Mill.
g. Margaret- who married James Graham
**Probably some of these Porters are the ones who
2. James Vickers- married Hannah Ryan, Feb 9, 1779-
3. William Howell married to Alma Vickers- Mar 29, 1738- York District
Lucy Vickers Grisham
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