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(Zwischen 14. Jul. 1756 und 7. Mrz. 1757)
George Town, Prince George Winyaw Parish, S.C.
From Don Halsell -
The Halsells are first found in Prince George County, Maryland in the early 1700's. They migrated on to Lunenberg, Virginia, then down to South Carolina, then up to Kentucky. My branch moved on to Montgomery County, Tennesse, which is just across the state line from Todd County, Kentucky.
12/14/2000- note to Carl Mobley from Ann B. Willis
"The Humble Petition of the Inhabitants of Sinecar & Monocacy in Prince Geo. County (Virginia)" - dated abt. 1742 was to have the Parish of Prince Georges divided (establishing a new parish....All Saints...which is now Fredrerick Co, MD). Signing were: Jno. Poole, Jno. Delashmett, Delashmutt-26 , George Williams, William Williams, William Browne, THOMAS HALSALL (Sr), Alexander Duvall, Edward Mobberly, Wm. Mobberly, Clement Mobberly, Geo. Williams, Giles Williams....and many more. I have a copy of this original document....
Dear Martha, The "Humble Petition" has no date on it. I did note however that it was about 1740 (1742?). Perhaps you can find more information at the Maryland Historical Society. That is where I found the "Petition", in fact, it was given to me by a minister (probably Episcopalian ) who I think just happened to be there that day. He was connected to one of the large churches in Baltimore. It has been years since I worked on this (I'm now 82).
I now work on my father's family in New England (Puritans...Roger Conant arrived in 1623...Founded the Massachusetts Bay Colony. My Brookses were in Concord in 1636 and still there when Paul Revere made his ride.) So, as you see, I have a lot to do. Sorry, I can't help more on Halsells. I did not work on them. The Maryland Archives in Annapolis have wonderful records...including William Mobberly being whipped for horse stealing. They did not think much of Edward either. Perhaps that is why they left Maryland.
8/16/2002 - Found in the following record: ---- IS THIS OUR THOMAS HALSELL, SR ?
SOUTH CAROLINA DEED ABSTRACTS: 1773-1778 - abstracted by Brent H. Holcombe, 1993
Books F-4 through X-4
L-4, 239-244: Lease & Release -- 6 & 7 Nov. 1772, Benjamin Trapier, of Prince Georges Parish, Craven Co, SC, planter, to THOMAS HASSELL(sic), planter, of same for L-1000 SC money, half of 1300 a. in Prince Georges Parish, Craven Co, adj. Jos. Port's land, Thomas Morrit's land, Wm. Whitesides' land, William Rae's land; also one full undivided moyty of ten and one half lots in George Town (numbers indicated); also one half of any lands which hath descended to MARGARET HASSELL(sic) wife of said THOMAS HASEL(sic); and Ann Dick, the sister through or by means of their father JAMES SUMMERS, which said moyty of said several parcels was sold by said THOMAS HASSELL(sic) and MARGARET his wife to said Benjamin Trapier 4 & 5 Nov. instant. Benjamin Trapier, ls; Wit: Judith Trapier, Paul Trapier. Proved 27 May 1774 before Rober Heriot, Esq, J.P. in Craven County, South Carolina. Recorded: 18 Sept. 1774.
I- 4, 247-253 : Lease & Release - 7 & 8 March 1757, Paul Trapier & Christopher Gadsden, acting Executors of the will of THOMAS HASSELL of George Town, WInyaw, deed to Mary Pawley, wife of Col. George Pawley of same place, for L-700 SC money, 31 acres in Prince George Winyaw parish, on Wood Street in George Town, on the Harbour, Pit Creek, adj. plantation of Paul Trapier, Esqr,; said land conveyed by John Cleland and said THOMAS HASSELL by his will dated - 14 JULY 1756 - did will that this tract of land lately pruchased of Dr. Fyffe should be sold to pay his debts and appointed Gabriel Manigault and said Paul Trapier and said Christopher Gadsden executors of his will, and said Gabriel Manigault refused to act. Paul Trapier (LS), Christopher Gadsden (LS). Wit: Thomas Waites, Jno Waites. Acknowledged by Paul Trapier in the presence of Wm. Shackelford and William Lupton. Proved in Craven County before Joseph Brown, J.P. by the oath of WIlliam Lupton, 8 June 1763. Recorded 22 June 1774.
M-4, 195-202: Lease & Release - 4 & 5 Nov 1772, Thomas Hassell and Margaret his wife, both of Prince Georges Parish, Craven County, to Benjamin Trapier of same place, planter, for L-1000 SC money, half of tract of 1300 acres in PRince Georges Parish, adj. Joseph Ports, Wm. Whitesides, Joseph Waters, Wm. Rae's, granted to Thomas Bouny 6 Dec 1733 and by him conveyed to James Summers, father to said Margaret Hassell, to whom she together with her sister now Ann Dick became coheiress of said James Summers, also one half of ten and one half lots in George Town purchased of John Cleland, Esq. and Mary his wife 9 Sept. 1753; Thomas Hassell (LS), Margaret Hassell (LS), Wit: Judith Trapier, Paul Trapier. Proved 27 May 1774 before Robert Herriot, J.P. in Craven County, by the oath of Paul Trapier. Recorded 8 Sept 1774.
I show six children for Thomas, Sr.: George, Sr., Sarah, Thomas (Jr.), William, Mary, and John. You do not show Sarah, born about 1740, married 1755, to Albert Beam(e), Sr. No middle names. There is quite a bit of information available on the Beams.
Also, you show a Benjamin and an Edward Halsell, which I have not listed. I think I have seen them listed, too. As you know from the paper " Early Halsells of South Carolina " there were alot of Benjamins and Edwards.
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Thank you to James Markus Küntzer for creating WikiTree profile Halsell-161 through the import of 03 06 2013.ged on Jun 3, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by James Markus and others.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Thomas by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Thomas: