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Edmund Spearman, b.abt.1750 Essex, Virginia d.bet. May 30 & November 5, 1804 Brushy Creek Township, Anderson County, South Carolina, married to the daughter David Dishman, Sr. and Sarah Weedon, Dinah or Dianah Dishman, b.est.1753 Vir.
According to the National Genealogical Society Magazine "A short Census of Virginia 1779 lists Individual's who turned in their English money to the Continental Congress as a loan Edmund is listed as giving 400 pounds also listed is George Washington ' s children David Samuel, Sarah, Mary, Patsy, Jien/June
Edmund Spearman and Dinah Dishman proven by her father David Dishman Will which mentioned Dinah Spearman
Father-in-law: David Dishman
Mother-in-law: Sarah Weedon
Spearman Family Cemetery, Anderson County, South Carolina, United States aka. PIEDMONT, SOUTH CAROLINA Cemetery location corner of Hwy 86 & Blossom Branch Rd, behind the Grocery store & Freds, It is in a fence this property is not to be SOLD it is the original SPEARMAN FAMILY CEMETERY later the cemetery at Shilow United Methodist Church was organized and is the place where other Spearman family lineage is buried, This information about this Cemetery is something I have known all my life I'm a Grandson Donnie Alan Blackstone and is in the record's of Old Pendleton District
Parents: Thomas Job Spearman and Elizabeth E . Rutherford, of Essex County, Virginia
Edmund ' s father Thomas Job Spearman, b.abt. 1714/15 or later in Essex County, Virginia, d. 1770 was married and apparently had 3 son's, Thomas, Edmund, & James, on this record No record of Wife's name
State of South Carolina
*In the name of God amen, I Edmund Spearman of the District of Pendleton, o/o make and ordain this my last will and testament, and form as follows, Imprimis after all my just debts are paid I give my Estate as followeth.
Itum I lend unto my dear Wife Dinah All and Singular my Estate doing her natural life or my Widow after her disease. Itum I give unto my 4 daughters Sarah, Jien, Mary, Patsy, each one feather bed and furniture and to there hers also 50 acres of Land binding on Ivenses and Oldhams line and where my dwelling house now is induring there natural life or remain Single.
Item I give my son David and his heirs the balance of my Land, boundeon his In -Oldom Samuel Rollins - - after the decease of my 4 daughters or marrage the Land given to them, I give my son David and his heirs the balance of my estate after the decease or marriage of my Widow Shall be equally divided among all 5 children David, Sarah, Jien, Mary, Patsy, to them and their hiers.
Lastly I appoint my Wife Dinah son David, daughter Sarah executors to this. My last Will and testament in testimony where of I have here unto set my hand and Seal this 30th day of May 1804
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Edmund 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 Edmund: