James Corbit Jr. is the son of Mary Holland Smith.
James' wife- Priscilla Ann (Smith) Corbit- daughter of Jesse Smith and Mary Pauline Lucas.
p. 16- Gates Goff age 50 to 60. And family.
Gates' wife is Levenia (Smith) Goff. Levenia is listed in her father's Will (John Smith Sr.'s Will- 1823 Sumter Co., S.C.)
p. 32 or 33- Shadrack Rogers 40 to 49. And family. (Shadrack's land (Sumter Co.?) is mentioned in John Smith Sr's Will- Sumter Co. 1823.) There is also a Shadrick Rogers age 70 to 79 in the 1830 Sumter County census. Maybe these two Shadracks are father and son.
p. 33 or 34:
Robert Smith age 40 to 49 and family.
Samuel Smith age 40 to 49 and family.
Archibald Smyth age 40 to 49 and family.
p. 34 or 35:
Rebecca Smith age 60 to 69. And family. (Who is Rebecca?)
John Smith age 30 to 39. And family.
p. 35 or 36:
Nancy Smith age 30 to 39. And family.
Samuel Smith age 40 to 49. And family.
1830 Sumter County, South Carolina census, p. 78:
James Corbitt age 50 to 59.
one male 15 to 19.
one female 50 to 59. (This appears to be Mary Holland Corbitt?)
Appears to be 15 slaves.
Total people in household- 18.
Mary Holland (Smith) Corbitt appears to be listed twice- once in the 1830 Kershaw County census, and once in this 1830 Sumter County census. Is this possible? (Need verification.)
Several other relatives of Mary Holland Corbitt are also listed on p. 78 of the 1830 Sumter Co., census.
1840 Kershaw County, South Carolina, Census, p. 371:
Mary H. (Smith) Corbet age 60 to 70.
Also listed are Mary Holland's six slaves:
one male under 10.
one male 24 to 36.
three females under 10.
one female 24 to 36.
Total number of people in household- 7.
1850 Kershaw County, South Carolina, Census, p. 96:
Gates Goff 73 Farmer S.C. (Gates and family are in the 1800 Bladen Co., N.C. Census)
Levenia (Smith) Goff 70 S.C. (Levenia is the daughter of John Smith Sr. You can see John Smith Sr's Will in the Will Books of Sumter Co., S.C.)
William Batson Corbett age 45 S.C. Planter. (Son of Mary Holland Smith.)
Jane (Kelly) Corbett age 30 S.C.
William J. Corbett age 14 S.C.
Mary Corbett age 12 S.C.
Henry E. Corbett age 7 S.C.
Robert M. Corbett age 5 S.C.
Sarah E. Corbett age 4 S.C.
Joseph D. Corbett age 2 S.C.
Jas (James) S. Corbett, Jr. age 50 S.C. Planter. (Son Of Mary Holland Smith.)
Priscilla Ann (Smith) Corbett 47 N.C. (dau. of Jesse Smith and Mary Pauline Lucas.)
Sarah A. Corbett 20 S.C.
Thomas G. Corbett 18 S.C.
Miriam Ann Corbett 16 S.C.
William Samuel Corbett 14 S.C.
Jesse A. Corbett 12 S.C.
Francis Louisa Corbett 8 S.C.
1850 Sumter District Slave Schedule, South Carolina:
Owner Name: Jas (James) Corbett, Jr. (Ten slaves.)
one male age 32.
one female age 28.
one male age 18.
one female age 14.
one female age 10.
one female age 8.
one male age 6.
one male age 4.
one male age 2.
one male age (2 months).
There is a Samuel Holland Pierce born Aug. 5, 1820 in Columbus Co., N.C.
Columbus County was created from Bladen County.
Samuel is buried in Elbow-Pierce Cemetery, Columbus Co., N.C.
I have not identified Samuel yet.
Where does this "Holland" name come from?
Speculating on where Mary Holland Smith's middle name may have come from:
Mary Holland Smith's father, is Arthur Smith.
Landgrave Thomas Smith Senior (1648-1694), Governor of South Carolina, married first, Barbara Atkins, and second- Sabrina de Vignon about 1687.
Sabrina de Vignon's first husband was Jan Van Arrsens.
"Jan Van Arrsens led a small group of settlers from Holland to the province of Carolina around 1686..."
Landgrave Thomas Smith, Sr. and Barbara Atkins had two sons- Thomas Junior and George.
Landgrave Thomas Smith, Jr. (1670-1738). His Will (1739) is in Charleston County, South Carolina. In his Will, Thomas Jr. names his children. His sons are Henry, Thomas, George, and Benjamin. He, (Landgrave Thomas Smith, Jr.) gives them land at the mouth of Cape Fear River, etc. (Brunswick County, N.C.) (Brunswick County is next to Bladen County.)
There is a Benjamin Smith Esquire, in the 1790 Brunswick County, N.C. census. He has 221 slaves. This appears to be the Benjamin Smith that becomes the 16th Governor of N.C.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Mary by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Mary: