Monday, April 3, 2017

NORTH CAROLINA, Davidson County: Lambeth (1848)

Samuel Lambeth Jr. (1770 - 1848)

Samuel Lambeth of Craven Co, Rowen Co, Davidson Co, NC died 5 September 1848. Sale of slaves 6 January, 1849. 26 slaves were sold for the sum of $9769.00 ($285,988.64 2016 value). Those named of the sale Ned, Jenny, Hagar, Sally, Howey, Henry Clay, Melinda, Lilinney(sp),
Pleasant, Green, Alexander, George,  Illorgart(sp) Esther, Washington, Lucinda, Kinsey Giles, Iunius, Judy, Mary, Moriah, Evans, Precilla, Dicey, Iusonnoh (sp), and Milton. (Hard to read) This listing is from the estate sale and filed in the court of common pleas & Quarter --- Davidson Co NC. 

There are two records of purchase 9 April, 1817 boy Ned aged 11 or 12 from Cotten Steed. Several slaves were purchased from the estate of Jacob Myers 6 July 1818 Davidson Co.
I did a quick search on Find A Grave and found Henry Clay Lambeth #147719776 buried Bethlehem AME Zion Church Cemetery Forsyth Co, NC. I believe he was the Ned mentioned in the sale Jan. 1849.

Samuel Lambeth was my 4th G Grandfather through his son Silas. Silas also had slaves on the 1850 seven total slaves, women age 32 and 6 children ages 2 to 13. Further information can be found "The Lambert/Lambeth Family" of NC by Mary Norton Doggett and Sophie Stevens Martin 1974 Private Printing

Other locations: Craven County, North Carolina, and Rowan County, North Carolina.

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