||John Brumfield settled in the Southern Colonies in North America prior to incorporation into the USA.|
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John Watson Brumfield was born about 1720 and died about November 22, 1781.
1746 - "He patented 400 acres of land in Goochland County, Virginia...1746 Tithe List for Goochland County, Virginia...On 1-31-1752, (John) Watson Brumfield bought 400 acres of land in Amelia County, Virginia where he resided.
1759 - In 1759 Prince Edward County, Virginia April court, JOHN WATSON BRUMFIELD was sued by George Lumpkin for trespass...
1761 - On 3-6-1761, Watson sold his 400 acre home place in Prince Edward County, Virginia to William Penix for 50 pounds current money. P.E. Co. DB 2:3...
1769 - In 1769, Watson Brumfield, Sr. moved to adjoining Johnston County, North Carolina, apparently to one of his properties that was by then part of that county. Watson and his son Charles both owned land on Beaver Dam Creek in Wake County, North Carolina...
1770 - In 1770...was charged in Orange County with owing 25 pounds to Edmund Fanning... His former 200 acre tract in Orange County was seized, and sold at auction...
1772 - On July 3, 1772, (John) Watson Brumfield received a land grant in Craven County, South Carolina in the High Hills of Santee, later Sumpter County, consisting of 200 acres on both sides of Green Swamp, branch of Black River...
1775 - Watson Brumfield, Sr. - Signer of the list Members of The Revolutionary Ass. for the Public Defense, South Carolina Association...
"BRUMFIELD, Watson, Patriot, SC, b ca 1720, d bef 1790, York Co, SC, m unk; ch, Watson, Jr, b ca 1767; Ezekial, b ca 1774; Richard, b 1779; Charles, m Lucy; Jesse; John, b 27 Jun 1750; Susamah, b 1743, m John Gaulden, 1759."
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On 6 Feb 2016 at 10:44 GMT Michael McCook wrote:
On 9 Nov 2015 at 19:40 GMT Mags Gaulden wrote:
One of the Brumfield Profile managers is going to be at a conference over the weekend where her will see quite a few of our distant Brumfield cousins. He will be sharing WikiTree with them, so I am doing a little work to make some of our profiles a little easier to read.
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