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Abraham Rushing (Sr) Land Records

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Date: 1762 to 1819
Location: Anson, North Carolina, United Statesmap
Surname/tag: Rushing
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"Deeds" = North Carolina. County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions (Anson County), and North Carolina. Superior Court (Anson County). Anson County deeds, 1749-1926; indexes, 1748-1962, 1749-1962. (Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina Department of Archives and History, 1962) (FamilySearch)

"Grants" = NORTH CAROLINA LAND GRANT IMAGES AND DATA, by David M. McCorkle.

1762

File No. 2074, Abraham Rushing
Issued: 15 Nov 1762, Book: 15 pg: 449
300 acres On the north fork of Thompsons Creek beg. at a hickory above John Jacksons land
MARS: 12.14.27.2065
Source: Grants, Anson County

1774

File No. 3664, Abraham Rushing
Issued: 25 Jul 1774 Book: 26 pg: 142 Grant no.: 1085
Entered: 24 May 1773 Entry no.: 470
150 acres On the branches of Thompsons Creek
MARS: 12.14.27.3657
Source: Grants, Anson County

1789

Abraham Rushing of Anson, NC planter
in consideration of love Good Will and affection I bear
my son William Rushing of same place
give and grant 100 acres of land taken from my survey of 200 acres being the lower part
Beginning at a white white
then N33E to a stake
then S57E crossing the creek to a stake and in the third line of said Survey
then S33W to a Stake and 3 pines
then N57W to the Beginning
which I have already given to the said William Rushing an inventory dated 1789
Signed 10 Jan 1789 Abram A his mark Rushing
Witnesses Nathan Gilbert, William Yarborough
Proved April 1789
Source: Deeds, Vol. B2, p. 148 (Image 395, FamilySearch)

Abraham Rushing of Anson, NC planter
for consideration of love Good Will
toward my son Phillip Rushing of same place
give and grant unto Phillip rushing
100 acres of land, it being the upper part of my Survey of 200 Acres
Beginning at a stake
then N53E to a stake and 3 Black Oak Trees and two Turkey Oak
S57E 44 chains and 73 links to a stake and 2 hickorys a Black Oak
then S55W to a stake crossing the creek to the Beginning
of which I have delivered to Phillip Rushing an Inventory bearing date of 1789 beforethe signing of these Presents
Signed 10 Jan 1789 Abram V his mark Rushing
Witnesses William Yarborough, Nathan Gilbert
Source: Deeds, Vol B2, p. 148, (Image 395, FamilySearch)

1790

File No. 4878, Abraham Rushing
50 acres Beg. at a post Thomson Creek
Issued: 16 Nov 1790 Book: 74 pg: 296 Grant no.: 936
Entered: 02 Aug 1784 Entry no.: 966
MARS: 12.14.27.4868
Source: Grants, Anson County

Indenture 18 Nov 1790
Between Jacob Rushing of Anson County, NC
and Abraham Rushing of same place
who paid £20
for 50 acres of land in Anson County
Beginning at a stake 2 hickorys in Edwards's line
and runs N23W 80 poles to a stake
then S85W 100 poles crossing the Lich Branch to a stake
then S23E 80 poles to a stake in Edwards's line
then N85E 100 poles on his line to the Beginning
granted to Jacob Rushing 1792
Signed Jacob x his mark Rushing
Witnesses John Meadors, Isham Melton, Thomas Meadors Proved Jan 1801
Source: Deeds, Vol H2, p.90, (Image 638, FamilySearch)

1792

Indenture 13 Apr 1792
Between Abraham Rushing Anson NC
and William Rorie of same place
who paid £15 for 40 acres of land in Anson County granted to Abraham Rushing 25 July 1774
Beginning at a stake in the last line
running N17E 84 poles 7 feet to a pine two post oaks pointers
then W86 poles to a pine tree 3 black Jacks pointer
then S17W 83 poles 4 feet to a stake 3 red oaks and one black jack pointer
then N17E to Beginning
Signed Abraham x his mark
Witnesses Samuel Jackson, Ezekiel Rorie
Proved Jan 1793
Source: Vol. C2 p. 102, (Image 59, FamilySearch)

1797

File No. 5132, Abraham Ruskin [sic - part of this land later sold by Abraham Rushing on 28 Dec 1798]
Issued: 10 Jul 1797 Book: 93 pg: 205 Grant no.: 1268
Entered: 22 Jul 1794 Entry no.: 37
640 acres On the Dead Pine branch Linches Cr.
MARS: 12.14.27.5122
Source: Grants, Anson County

1798

Indenture 28 Dec 1798 Between Abraham Rushing of Anson NC planter
and Jonathan Doster of Chesterfield, SC
who paid $100
for 100 acres of land in Anson County on the West Branch of the Dead Pine, part of a grant of 640 acres dated 10 July 1797
Beginning at the State line the West corner
then N10E to a conditional corner
then turning off Square to a conditional corner
then turning off Square to the State line
then with the State line to the beginning
Signed Abraham x his mark Rushing
Witnesses John Lowry John Rushing
Proved Aug 1799
Source: Deeds, Vol. F, p. 52, (Image 750, FamilySearch)

1802

Indenture 29 April 1802
Between Abraham Rushing of Anson, NC
and John Phillips of same place
who paid £50
for 200 acres of land in Anson County granted to Abraham Rushing by Patent dated 10 July 1797 on West side of PeeDee River
[metes and bounds; neighbors Guin, Rose]
Signed Abraham A R his mark Rushing
Witnesses John x his mark Threat, Miles x his mark Threat, Samuel Jackson
Proved January 1807
Source: Deeds, Vol M, p. 29 Image 532 FamilySearch

1805

Indenture 10 July1805
Between Abraham Rushing of Anson, NC
and John Little of same place
who paid £120
for a Messuage and land in Anson County, containing 200 acres
Beginning at a stake 2 white oaks one hickory one pine Isham Meadors 2nd corner on the drains of Little Brown Creek
and runs N35W 50 poles to a stake 2 red oaks
then S80W 48 poles to 3 black Jacks
then S26W 28 poles to 3 pines
then S50W 52 poles to a stake
then S7W 34 poles to 2 pines on post oak
then S30W 27 poles to a stake in thomas's line 2 post Oaks one black Jack
then S5E 116 poles on said line to a hickory one pine and one Red oak
then N65E 40 poles to one dogwood one hickory and 2 post oaks
then s11W 100 poles to a stake
then N80E 55 poles to a stake
then N35E 140 poles to a black Meador's corner
then N5W 11 poles to a stake in Meadors line 2 black Jacks one hickory
then 60W 25 poles to 2 pines and one post oak
then N28W 38 poles to 2 Read Oaks
then N60E 46 poles to the Beginning
land granted to Malachi Watts by patent
Signed Abraham Rushing
Witnesses Nathaniel Dabbs, Wm x his mark Rushing
Proved April 1810
Source: Deeds, Vol N, p. 215 Image 123 FamilySearch

Indenture 17 Dec 1805
Between Abraham Rushing
and Miles Harrell
who paid $110
for 50 acres of land in Anson County on the North side of Brown Creek
Beginning at a stake two White oaks in a branch in or near Harrells own line
and runs N10W 62 poles to a water oak in a drain
then N85W 38 poles to a stake and 2 post oak saplings near the road
then S31W 270 poles to a dividing line to the third line of said survey
then S21.5E 30 poles to his own line
then with said line N31E 256 poles to his last corner of his old tract
then to the beginning
Signed Abraham x his mark Rushing
Witnesses Richd Pathishall, Philip x his mark Rushing
Proved Jan 1819
Source: Deeds, Vol S, p. 306,(Image 186, FamilySearch)

File No. 5847, Abraham Rushing
300 acres On side of Rushing prong of Thomsons Creek
Issued: 21 Dec 1805 Book: 121 pg: 147 Grant no.: 1903
Entered: 01 Jan 1799 Entry no.: 192
MARS: 12.14.27.5838
Source: Grants, Anson County

1819

Indenture 15 Jan 1819 Between Samuel [sic] Bell and Jason Rushing Exers of Abraham Rushing decd of Anson, NC
and Elijah Huntley of same place
who paid $350 for land in Anson County on Thompsons Creek sold at public auction
Beginning in the Creek in the old field
and runs S74E to a stake
then N17W 34 chains 15 links
then N41E 4 chains 18 links
then N22E 5 chains
then N74E 19 chains to a post oak the beginning of the old survey
then S30W 5 chains 60 links to a stake
then N60E to the creek
containing by estimation 116 acres more or less
Signed Lemuel Bell, Jason x his mark Rushing
Witnesses A. Sinclair, David Huntley
Proved Jan 1821
Source: Deeds, Vol. T, p. 164 (Image 385 FamilySearch)





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