Davenport

Frederick

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Jan 7, 1782, James Davenport, Sr. sells 115 acres to Frederick Davenport, Sr. for 5000 pds. Land adjoins Elkanah, Frederick Jr., James, Joseph, Joseph Sr., and the Gum Swamp. (Tyrrell County DB 7, p. 48)

1784, Frederick Davenport married Joana Freeman. Bondsman Jesse Lewis. (NC Reg 3:112)

1788, Frederick Davenport registered a stock mark in Tyrrell Co, NC.

Jan 17, 1789, inventory of estate of James Davenport, Jr. Frederick Davenport was administrator.

1790, U.S. Census shows Frederick Davenport with 1 male 16+, 1 male under 16, 2 females, 1 slave.

May 13, 1790, will of James Davenport (Jr., indicated in Oct 7, 1791 action by Frederick Davenport), probated Jul 1790. Names wife Johannah, children Luranah, Elkanah, Frederick, Moses, Isiah, Ann, Leah, Uriah . Executors: son Frederick Davenport, John Norman, James Davenport. Witnesses: Joseph Davenport, Sr., Elizabeth Norman, Joseph Phelps.

1791, Land deed James Davenport, Jr. estate to Frederick Davenport and Moses Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 11, p. 86)

1791, Estate land division James Davenport, Jr., C. Spruill, and J. Phelps commissioners, to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 11, p. 86)

1791, Estate land division Henry Norman and John Ansley, commissioners, to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 11, p. 86)

Apr 12, 1791, Frederick Davenport bought property at estate sale of John Dosier.

Oct 7, 1791, bond for Frederick Davenport to be guardian of Isaiah and Uriah, orphans of James Davenport, Jr.

Dec 28, 1791, James Davenport, Jr. (dec'd) land is divided to Frederick, Moses, Uriah, James (son of Elkanah), and Isiah Davenport. Land adjoins Reedy Branch and Indian Swamp. (Tyrrell County DB 11, p. 86-89)

Jan 25, 1792, bond for Isaac Norman to administer estate of brother Joseph Norman. Bondsmen: Isaac Norman, Frederick Davenport.

1793, Land deed Moses Davenport to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 11, p.174)

Jul 31, 1794, bond for Isaac Davenport to be guardian to Holt Snell. Bondsmen: Joseph Davenport, Frederick Davenport.

1795, Slave deposition Joanna & James Davenport, James Long to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 95)

1795, State grant 655 to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 17, p. 497)

Jan 26, 1796, Frederick named as bondsman on estate of Joanna Davenport.

1796, bond for W. Hathaway to administer estate of J. Phelps. Bondsmen: Moses Davenport, Frederick Davenport.

1796, Sale of slave, Jonathan Bateman to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 180)

1796, State grant 703 to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 299)

1797, Land deed James Giles to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 217)

1797, State grant 718 to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 336)

1797, Land deed James Dillin to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 368)

1797, State grant 736 to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 414)

1798, Land deed Thomas Smith to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p.302)

1798, Land deed Jesse Bateman to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 303)

1798, Land deed James Dillin to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 368)

July 1798, Court ordered that John Foster have leave to keep an ordinary [tavern] at his own house. Bond of 250 pounds. Securities Frederick Davenport and William Howell. (Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions)

1799, Assignment of title James Dillin to Frederick Davenport. (Tyrrell County DB 12, p. 337)

1799, Frederick Davenport (son of Moses) registered a stock mark in Tyrrell Co, NC.

1800-1846, Frederick Davenport had 21 additional land and slave deeds in Tyrrell County.

Sep 1, 1802, will of Luraney Davenport, probated Oct 1802. Names Rosey Davenport as wife of Moses Davenport. Gives items to Rosey Davenport, Leah Wiley, Rachell Row (widow of Elkanah Davenport - Ed.), Frederick Davenport, Jr., Ester Davenport (daughter of Moses), Luraney Willey, James Davenport (son of Moses), Mary Spruill, Harriett Spruill, Betsy Spruill, Elexander Davenport (son of Moses), Edmand (son of Moses), Neding (Nathan?) (son of Moses). Executors: Frederick Davenport son of Moses, and Moses Davenport.

Jan 27, 1812, will of Frederick Davenport, Sr. mentions wife Joanah (who was pregnant), daughters Nancy Stubbs and Permelia Davenport, and sons James, Samuel, William, George W., and Frederick Davenport. States that he has (among others) 393 acres bought in 8 deeds from Andrew Oliver, Peter Hines, Jesse Batman, Thomas Smith, Samuel Chesson, John Davenport son of Jacob, and Hezekiah Arnold. States that sons Samuel and George W. are under 21. Leaves to son William a large tract of land on the Sound that had belonged to Joseph & Stephen Spruill & others, plus land & swamp near Deep Creek. Leaves to son Frederick the land which he had bought from James Davenport, Sr. and from James Davenport son of Elkanah. Leaves money to school his young children. States his brother James is deceased. Charles Davenport proved the handwriting. James, William, and Samuel were old enough to be executors.

May 12, 1813, Frederick Davenport, Jr. married Rosina Spruill in Tyrrell Co, NC. Bondsman Silby Spruill, witness Charles Spruill, clerk.

1815, Frederick Davenport is listed in the Washington Co, NC tax list with 850 acres.

Jan 31, 1816, Fredreck Davenport married Nancy Midyett (Midgett?) in Tyrrell Co, NC. Bondsman Thomas C. Maddux, witness James Hoskins.

1818, An estate record was filed in 1818 in Tyrrell County for Frederick Davenport.

1820, The U. S. Census shows in Tyrrell Co, NC: Betsy, Frederick, Joanna, and John Davenport. In Washington Co, NC: Aaron, Abram, Alexander, Asa, Charlotte, Ephraim, James, Mary, Nias, Samuel, William (2), and William F. Davenport.

1820, The U. S. Census in Tyrrell Co, NC shows Frederick Davenport as follows: 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 Key: 0-10, 10-16, 16-18, 18-26, 26-45, 45-up

Nov 28, 1823, John Davenport's will recorded in Tyrrell County. Mentions wife Sally Davenport, daughters Sally, Ruzillah, Patsy, and Joyce Davenport, and sons Talkot, Nias, and Doctor. Land adjoins Hezekiah Spruill, Silas Davenport, Isaac Davenport, and Frederick Davenport.

1824-1829, Frederick Davenport served in the NC Lower House from Tyrrell Co, NC.

1830, The U. S. Census shows in Tyrrell Co, NC: Elizabeth (2), Frederick, George, James, John, and Moses Davenport; others. In Washington Co, NC: Aaron, Abraham, Alexander, Sr, Amasa, Charlotte, Ephraim, Esther, Fredrick, John, Sr, James, Mary, Moses, Stephen (2), William, William D., and William F. Davenport; others.

1838, Frederick Davenport's will recorded. (Tyrrell County WB 2, p. 143)

1840, The U. S. Census shows in Washington Co, NC: Abraham, Alexander, Aron, Daniel, David, Doctrine, Edmund, Ephraim, George B., James, John, Mary, Stephen, Sr, Susanna, William, William D., and William K. Davenport; others. In Tyrrell Co, NC: Elizabeth, Enoch, Frederick, G.W., James T., John, Richard, and Sally Davenport.

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