William White (1755-1833)
trocboc William White (1755-1833)
Born in Fauquier County, Virginia on Jan 10, 1755.
On 17 October 1832 William White "appeared before the Justices of the County Court of Lincoln County Tennessee" where he was a resident and under oath made a "declaration in order to attain the benefit of a provision made by act of Congress passed June 7, 1832" to provide pensions for Revolutionary Service. (His petition is in the National Archives # S1735).In his application he states:
I was born in Fauquier County, Virginia on the 10th day of January, 1755. I have a record of my age now in my possession. I lived there when I entered service. After the Reolutionary War, I moved to Rowan County , North Carolina, where I lived about 30 years, then came to this county where I now live.
In 1790, there is a William White living in Rowan County, North Carolina as well as a William White living in Stokes County, North Carolina.
1790 Salisbury, Stokes Co NC William White 1-3-3- 1790 Salisbury, Rowan Co NC William White 2-0-4- and 3 slaves
Abstracts of Deed Books 15-19 of Rowan Co NC 1797-1807 by James W. Kluttz. Deed Book 15. page 162. 13 June 1797, Isaac [+] White of Wilkes Co NC to William White of Rowan for L100, 195 A on E side of the river. Wit; Jonas Leatherman, James Shepherd. Prvd by Leatherman at Aug Ct 1797
Deed Book 15, p 291, 2 Nov 1797. John Buis Jr to William White for L200, 96 acres and 4 chains on N. Fork of Reedy Creek adj. Daniel Stewart. Wit; Francis Williams, Jonas Pelly, H. Pearson. Ack at Nov Ct 1797
In 1800 there is a William White living in Rowan County, North Carolina. If you have the ancestry.com census subscription you can view the original image here.
Otherwise I've transcribed it here:
1800 Rowan County, North Carolina Salisbury, image 135 of 175 White, William 00110-3201-05
But also notice the William White living in Stokes County, North Carolina. Image on ancestry.com. Transcribed:
1800 Stokes County, North Carolina Salisbury, image 33 of 82 White, William 1121-4201-00
In Abstracts of Deed Book 20-24 of Rowan Co NC 1807-1818, by James W. Kluttz Deed Book 20, page 533. Dec. 24, 1801. Will 24 Dec 1801, William [X] White to John Zimerman for $100.00, 12 A on Reedy Creek. Wit; Daniel Letherman. Prvd. by Leatherman at May Ct 1816.
Deed Book 20. page 534, 24 Dec 1801. William [X] White to John Zimerman for $500.00, 96 acres and 4 chains on Reedy Creek adj. Daniel Stewart. Wit. Daniel Weatherman. Prvd. by Leatherman at May Ct. 1816.
Deed Book 18, page 523, 5 Feb 1803. Frederick Miller Esq to William White for $3000, 150 A on Muddy Creek adj Henry Miller, Wit. John Lindsay, Elijah Charles. Ack. at May Ct 1803.
Deed Book 18, page 563. 21 Mar 1803. William [+] White of Stokes Co NC to Charles Frederic Bagge of Rowan for $300, 150 A on Muddy Creek adj. Henry Miller. Wit; Lazarus Hege, David Hege, Prvd by Lazarus Hege at Aug Ct 1803.
In 1810 I do not find a William White in Rowan County, but still find a William White in Stokes County, North Carolina. Transcribed at Rootsweb. Transcribed:
1810 Stokes County, North Carolina Salem District page 143 line 1017 White, William 30001-22210-0-4
males: 0-10 3; 45+ 1 females: 0-10 2; 10-16 2; 16-26 2; 26-45 1 Slaves: 4
Stokes County was formed in 1789 from Surrey County. None of the boundaries of Stokes, Surrey or Rowan changed from here until 1822 when Davidson County was carved out of Rowan.
Deed Book 22, page 666. 26 Feb 1812. Mortgage. John P. Metaur, planter to Charles F. Bagge of Stokes Co NC for $280.00, three tracts.  26 acres on West side of Reedy Creek adj. John Waven/Weaver, Georgee Waver, Hesley, Helsby Beard, William White and John Ledford now Jonas Leatherman  was a conveyance from sd Ledford to Jonas Leatherman on 1 Nov 1799. Wit; Mack Crum p. Ack at Feb Ct 1813.
Ginny Keefer informs me that: "If you look at 1820 census LCT you will see Jonas Leatherman, Daniel Zimmerman, and many others from Reedy Creek area very near William White who all lived in LCT as early as William White. Including Britain and Kelin Felps/Phelps who were close neighbors to William White in LCT and all on 1820 census first time. "