The Title is: A COMPILATION OF THE ORIGINAL LISTS OF PROTESTANT IMMIGRANTS TO SC 1763-1773, originally compiled by Janie Revill in 1939. I have a reprint. It costs $17.50. Paperback, indexed.
On the first page of the book, and possibly the first meeting held, of Feb 19, 1763, petitioners to be sent to Boonesborough Township, no mention of a ship, but on page 6, there are two James Hathorns. One received 100 acres of land, the other got 300 acres. It also mentions a minister, the Rev'rd John Baxter, who got 600 acres between Broad and Savannah rivers. On page 93-94, Jan. 1768, on board the Brigantine Chichester, William Reed Master from Belfast,....John Hathorn, age 53, Elizabeth Hathorn 44, Adam Hathorn, 22, James Hathorn, 20, John Hathorn 17, Mary Hathorn 16, Robert Hathorn 14, Joseph Hathorn 12, Benjamin Hathorn 7, Elizabeth Hathorn 3.
On page 96, a John Hathorn was granted 350 acres, and Adam, James, John & Mary Hathorn were each granted 100 acres in Granville County or Craven County. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------ Council Journal 29, page 13 Meeting of February 10, 1763
His Excellency the Governor acquainted the Board that a vessel was arrived in the Port of Charles Town with about seventy persons from Ireland who were come into this Province on the encouragement of Bounty given by an Act of Assembly passed the 25th day of July 1761 That in order no time might be lost in settling those persons in either of the two new Townships lately laid out for foreign Protestants he had ordered those people to attend with their petitions. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor thereupon observed that in order to distinguish those townships from the others in the Province name should be given them and proposed that the one at Long Cane Creek should be called Boonesborough and the other Belfast. The council agreed in opinion with his Honor and it was Ordered accordingly.
The petitioners were thereupon call in when they were severally sworn to their family rights and having produced Certificates of their being Protestants the same were read and approved to.
The following petitions for Warrants of Survey of land & ca were then presented and read VIZ
The Petition of:
In Boonesborough Township
NAME ACRES John Forsith 100 Andrew Seawright 300 Richard Brown 100 David Martin 100 Mary Martin 100 James Seawright 100 James Wason 100 James McElrath 100 John Dickson 100 William McDowell 250 Michael Dickson 200 Elizabeth Seawright 100 David McCrory 100 Jean Dixon 100 Robert Thompson 100 Alexander McCraken 100 Henry Templeton 350 Elizabeth Mathews 100 Hugh Kingan 100 Francis Martin 250 James Campbell 100 Matuerin Colvill 100 Samuel Paxton 250 George Seawright 100 JAMES HATHORN 100 John Baxter 200 Hugh Montgomery 100 John Seawright 100 Samuel Seawright 250 Elizabeth Seawright 100 Sarah Martin 100 John Martin 100 Grizel Dixon 100 JAMES HATHORN 300 John McCulloch 100 Jane McCulloch 100 Elizabeth McCulloch 100 Janet McCulloch 100 Jean McCulloch 100 Alexander McCulloch 100 Helen Seawright 100 Rev. John Baxter 500
The James Hathorn received 300 acres and another James Hathorne received 100 Acres.
I find no listing for James' brothers Thomas and David.
James died before he ever saw his land. In 1772 his widow, Ann Christy Ellis and her son James (Jimmy), settled on their 300 acres. ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surname: Hathorn Given Name: James Sex: Male Birth: Birthplace: Baptism: Baptism Place: Father's Surname: Father's Given Name: Mother's Surname: Mother's Given Name: Marriage: 17 January 1752 Marriage Place: St. Mary, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland Spouse's Surname: Ellis Spouse's Given Name: Ann Christy Death: Death Place: Burial: Burial Place: Miscellaneous:
Source: A. E. Langman. Marriage Entries in the Registers of the Parishes of S. Marie, S. Luke, S. Catherine, and S. Werburgh, 1627-1800. Exeter & London: William Pollard & Co. Ltd., 1915. 143 pages.
The information contained in this collection dates back to the creation of the parishes of S. Marie and S. Luke. Some of the entries for S. Werburgh were taken from a volume preserved in the library of Trinity College, Dublin. Marriages for S. Catherine prior to 1715 have not been included in this CD, but are found in Volume 5 of the publications of the Parish Register Society of Dublin. There is a gap in the records for S. Catherine from 1788-1792, but these have been restored from the entries in the Returns to Visitation. Some of the records for S. Marie towards the end of the record are taken from the Marriage License Grant Books, rather than the registers which have disappeared. S. Marie was separated from S. Michan in November of 1697. The parish of S. Luke began in 1716. S. Werburgh apparently began in 1704. In this compact disc, only S. Marie has been extracted. 49 pages.
========================================================================== ======= THE AMERICAN WAY WEST, trade and travel routes, by Brownstone that shows many of the trade and travel routes shows a "connecting path or road" running from Baltimore area, ssw to Culpepper area to the Danville area and then sw to join up with the great wagon road heading south. Also, the Great Wagon Road split just below Charlotte NC , one branch going to Camden and then on to Augusta, The other branch going through or near Rock Hill, Chester, Newberry SC and then to Augusta GA. It was from Newberry that the travelers then followed an Indian path to Ninety six Area.
Abbreviation: "Hawthornes of Long Cane Headwaters"
Title: "Hawthornes of Long Cane Headwaters"
Author: Newell Bowie
Note: Per Mr. Bowie's reference #4 - Much of the info onDavid Hazlep Hawthorne #03001 came from work already done by Mary Hawthorne Cribbs (Reference #07067) of Due West, SC