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 1733 - 1821

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  • Title  Dr. 
    Birth  17 Apr 1733  Caroline, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1,3
    Gender  Male 
    Birth  17 Apr 1733  Albemarle, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    _MILT  Between 1776 and 1777 
    Revolutionary War 
    Died  07 Apr 1821  Wilkinson, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1,7,8
    Person ID  I897  Our Family Tree
    Last Modified  09 Aug 2013 23:25:42 
     
    Father  TALIAFERRO Richard, I, b. Abt 1703, Caroline, Virginia, USA  
    Mother  BERRYMAN Rose Ann, b. Abt 1708, Montross, Westmoreland, Virginia, USA  
    Family ID  F514  Group Sheet
     
    Family 1  HARDIN Mary, b. Abt 1737, Prince William, Virginia, USA  
    Married  Abt 1755  Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Married  Abt 1756  Caroline, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Married  1776  Surry, North Carolina, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2,9
    Children 
    >1. TALIAFERRO Richard, b. Abt 1756, Virginia, USA
     2. TALIAFERRO Elizabeth, b. Abt 1758, Virginia, USA
    >3. TALIAFERRO Rose, b. 23 Apr 1758, Virginia, USA
     4. TALIAFERRO Judith, b. 1763
     5. TALIAFERRO Benjamin, b. Abt 1763, Virginia, USA
     6. TALIAFERRO Charles, b. Abt 1763, Caroline, Virginia, USA
     7. TALIAFERRO Behethland, b. Abt 1765
     8. TALIAFERRO Anna, b. Abt 1768
     9. TALIAFERRO Mary, b. Abt 1776, Virginia, USA
     10. TALIAFERRO Lucy, b. 29 May 1780, Surry, North Carolina, USA
    Family ID  F512  Group Sheet
     
    Family 2  HOWARD Lydia, b. Abt 1795 
    Married  Abt 1815  [6
    Family ID  F513  Group Sheet
     
  • Notes 
    • Unconfirmed War Record:
      Captain/Surgeon Revolutionary War

      WILKINSON COUNTY GA Mt Nebo Cemetery (partial listing)

      File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by KEITH R. WATSON"

      Mt. Nebo Cemetery

      THE GRAVE OF JOHN TALIAFERRO IS IN THE VERY BACK BY THE FENCE.
      THE INSCRIPTION READS JOHN TALIAFERRO
      CAPTAIN VA.BN (Battalion) REV WAR
      APRIL,1821
      (husband of Mary Harden)
      (father of LUCY who married JOHN LAWRENCE JONES)
      (father of Richard Taliaferro who married Dorcus Perkins)

      THOMAS UNDERWOOD AND ELIZABETH ARE BURIED UNDER A GROUP OF OLD CEDAR TREES,
      I BET THESE TREES ARE 300 YEARS OLD

      THOMAS INSCRIPTION READS THOS( hard to see)UNDERWOOD
      DIED JUNE, 9 1850.

      ELIZABETH'S INSCRIPTION READS:
      ELIZABETH WIFE OF THOS. UNDERWOOD
      DIED OCT. (LOOKS LIKE )11 1860

      THE SAME MARKER IS USED FOR BOTH GRAVES

      Notes:
      Richard Taliaferro and Dorcus Perkins. Richard is buried
      at Guilford Battlefield in North Carolina. Dr. John Taliaferro served as a
      Captain of a Battalion of the Virginia Continental Line and also served as a
      surgeon and chaplain in the American Army under General Nathaniel Greene.
      Rose

      This info came from the following sources:
      1. "Abstracts of Graves of Rev. Patriots," Reported to the DAR in 1956.
      2. "DAR Patriot Index," p665
      3. "Gravestones Inscriptions and Lineage's, Wilkinson County, GA.," p. 193
      4. "Historic Georgia Families"

      "Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Vol.III by McCall
      John Taliaferro b. in Caroline co., VA. 1733; d. 1791(death date not true) in
      GA. Served as Capt. of Minutemen of VA Troops. Married Mary Hardin,
      daughter of Henry Hardin, Rev. Soldier of VA. and his wife Judith Lynch.
      Children of John and Mary:
      Richard b. 1759 Amherst Co., VA; d. 1781 in NC. a Rev. Soldier of VA. Md.
      Dorcus Perkins
      Charles
      Benjamin
      Judith
      Rosa
      Elizabeth
      Anna Betheland
      Sally
      Lucy

      Contributed by: TOMNROSEJ@aol.com

      1779 Dr. John Taliaferro sold his VA property & moved to Surry Co, N.C
      Moved to Surry Co., NC with Bernard Franklin
      15 Mar 1781 Physician at the Battle of Guilford Court House, VA, in the Revolutionary War
      1790 Moved to 1st Baldwin Co. and 2nd Wilkinson Co., GA

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      Military: Revolutionary War 1776-1777 , Caroline County, Virginia Province, Colonial America [5, 6, 7]
      Soldier, Surgeon, and Captain of Minute Men
      On 12 Sep 1776, Dr. Taliaferro organized a company of minute men from the Carolina District, Virginia, and was made Captain.

      "Dr. John Taliaferro was a teacher and Baptist preacher and the only physician in Surry County at that time. He followed Green's army as surgeon, and administered to the sick and wounded soldiers; giving to them such comfort and physical relief as only skilled hands can offer; and pouring forth his very soul in words of spiritual comfort to the dying upon the field."

      1779 [8]
      from Bannister River, Pittsylvania County, Virginia to Surry County, North Carolina, where he settled on Fisher's River

      Between 1790 and 1791 [9]
      to Wilkinson County, Georgia
      He was offered a government grant for this tract. He divided his land in Surry County among his children who wished to remain there.

      Will Written 3 Apr 1817 , Wilkinson County, Georgia, USA [10, 11, 12]
      In the name of God amen whereas knowing all flesh to be subject to death and being anstricat[?] and looking shortly for a change have a desire to distribute my worldly property while sound in mind My first request is that my body be decently buried without superfluity. the next that my debts be justly paid that are just and then as my wife and myself drew a contract before marriage that is that she set up no claim to my property nor I myself or heirs set up any write to hers but at my death deliver all her property to her and then I lend her during life or widow-hood the land from the cut-off along this side the lane next to the house with the use of the Spring and all houses and cleared land and also Jack and Arey and family with cattle hogs corn & fodder to serve the first year or her hundred dollars as the contract called for but the land is not to be rented nor the negroes to be hired but the whole of my property kept together until my wifes death.

      then to be divided as follows, I give my son, Richards three daughters Jean Mary and Judy one hundred dollars each of them my daughter Rose I give the young mare I left with her and ten dollars my daughter Elizabeth I give the horse I left with her and ten dollars my daughter Anne I give ten dollars my Sons Charles and Benjamin I give to each of them ten dollars apiece.

      now for the remainder of my children Judith Mary Bethland and Lucy I lend during their natural lifes but to be divided as follows Lucy is to have the land from the cut off down each branch to the lines and then to the lines next to Joe Jones then from the cut off along the lane next to their house to the Spring with the care of my old winch Sabrina then I lend her during natural life my winch Polly and her children but give the hole of the property at her death that is mentioned to her children except Sabrina which is to possess in house and property

      as for the remaining part of my property I lend during life to my other three daughters Judith Mary and Bethland. But the property I give to their children after the death of my wife. the whole of my Property is to be sold by giving such credit as it will bring the most and after collected equal distribution made to the Legatees now for the true performance for my last will and testament, I leave my beloved friend General John Scott, John L. Jones (son-in-law) and Elijah Lingo. And I do revoke all other wills and leave this will and Testament I leave my beloved friend Genl John Scoot John L. Jones & Elijah Lingo and I do revoke all other wills and leave this as my will and testament in witness whereof I have set my hand this third day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen
      John Taliaferro
      Test
      James Rabb
      Robt Hatcher
      Thos Boazman
      Pierce Clay

      Land Grant 1819 [13]
      Dr. John Taliferro was issued a land grant by Gov. John Forsyth for Revolutionary Services. The land was also in Wilkinson County.

      Died 7 Apr 1821 , Wilkinson County, Georgia, USA [3, 13]
      Will Probated 7 May 1821 , Wilkinson County, Georgia, USA [14, 15]
      Georgia
      Wilkinson County} You swear that you saw John Taliaferro sign seal & publish and accrue this writing to be and continue his last will and testament that at the time thereof he was of sound disposing mind and memory and that he aid it without conpussion and that you saw James Rabb Thos Bozeman & Pierce Clay sign the same as witness with my self to the best of your knowledge so help you God
      Robert Hatcher
      Test
      Solomon Worrell Clk

      I do solomnly swear that this writing containsthe true last will of the within named John Taliaferro decd so far as I know or believe and that I will will and truly execute the same by paying first the debts and then the legaces contained in the said will as far as his goods and chattles will thereunto extend & the law charge me and that I will make a true and perfect inventory of all such goods and chattles so help me god.
      Sworn to in open court
      This 7th May 1821
      Test
      Solomon Worrill Clk John L. Jones

      Inventory & Appraisement 9 Jul 1821 , Wilkinson County, Georgia, USA [16]
      Appraisement of the Estate of John Taliaferro Decd taken the 9th day July 1821
      2 Bed & furniture 40.0
      0 $80.00
      1 Spinning Whee
      l 1.00
      1 Lot Crockery War
      e 2.50
      1 Pot 2 ovens & 1 Spide
      r 5.00
      1 Prfire dogs & Tongs & Smoothing Irons 3.00
      1 Lot Tin ware 1.50 Knifes & forks & candle snuffers 62 1/2 2.12 1/2
      1 Jug 1 Jar 62 1/2 1 Lot Tobacco 3.75 4.37 1/2
      1 Cubbard 1 Chair 1 Water Pail 1.25
      1 Chest 2.00 1 Umbrella and Bottle.50 2.50
      3 grubbing hoes 3.00 3 club axes 4.00 7.00
      1 Foote axe 1 Iron Square 1 Auger 1 Wedge 1.50
      1 Mans Saddl
      e 5.00
      1 Syttie & cradl
      e .50
      48 head of hog
      s 164.00
      1 old Sorel mar
      e 50.00
      1 young Sorrell mar
      e 100.00
      1 Negro Woman named Betty $ child Ned 400.00
      1 old negroe do named Sis
      e 50.00
      1 negroe man named Jac
      k 500.00
      1 Boy named Jac
      k 350.00
      1 " " Jone
      y 300.00
      1 negroe woman Ar
      y 250.00
      1 " girl " Patienc
      e 175.00
      1 " " " Are
      y 125.00
      1 weeding hoe & Bell & Plo
      w 1.50
      1 note on Lewis Ban
      d 10.00
      1 " " Thos H Kerma
      n 2.00
      1 " " Jno L. Jone
      s 327.00
      Interest on the abov
      e 13.22

      A further appraisement on the 1st Monday in Nov 1821
      40 head stock cattle @ 5.0
      0 200.00
      8 " sheep @ 2.0
      0 16.00
      1 cotton gin 32 saws @ 2.0
      0 64.00
      1 shot gu
      n 7.00
      1 hatchett 50 cent
      s .50

      We the undersigned do Certify that the forgoing is a true appraisement of the Estate of John Taliaferro Decd as far as the same has been produced to us Sixth Novr 1821
      John Hatcher
      Daniel Hicks
      Jonathan Piersan, Appraisers
      Recorded 20th Jany 1824
      S Worrill Clk

      *Note: This appraisement was actually copied twice (with very slight differences) into the court minutes, once on 24 Jun 1823 and again on 20 Jan 1824.

      Inventory & Appraisement 6 Nov 1821 , Wilkinson County, Georgia, USA
      Appraisement of the Estate of John Taliaferro decd
      1 Bead and furniture $40.00 1 dodo 40$ $80.00
      1 Spinning wheel 1$ 1 Lot crocery 2.50 3.50
      1 Pott 2 ovens 1 Spide
      r 5.00
      1 Prfire dogs Tongs Smoothin
      g 3.00
      1 Lot Tin ware 1.50 Knifes & forks & candle snuffers 62.1/2 2.02 1/2
      1 Jug 1 Jar 62 1/2 1 Lot Tobacco 3.75 4.37 1/2
      1 Cubbard 1 Chair 1 Water Pail 1.25 1 Chest 2.00 3.25
      1 Umbrella and Bittl
      o .50
      3 grubbing hoes 3.00 3 club axes 4.00 7.00
      1 Lot axes 1 Iron Square 1 Auger 1 Wedge 1.50
      1 Mans Saddle 5.00 1 Syttie & cradle 50 cents 5.50
      48 head of hogs 164$ one old sorrel mare 50$ 214.00
      1 young do do 100$ 1 negro woman & child named Betty 400$ 500.00
      1 do Sue 50$ 1 man Jack 500$ 1 Boy Jack 350$ 900.00
      1 Boy Joney 300$ 1 woman Ary 350$ 550.00
      1 girl Palmen 175$ 1 do Ary 125$ 300.00
      1 weeding 1 Bott and 1 Plo
      w 1.50
      1 note on Lewis Band 100$ 1 do on Thos H Kennaw 2.00 102.00
      40 head stock cattle 200$ 8 head sheep @ 2.00 $16.00 216.00
      1 note on Jno L. Jones $327 Interest on the same 63.22 390.22
      1 saw gin 32 saws @ 2
      $ 64.00
      1 shott gun 7.00 1 hatchett 50 cents 7.50
      $3360.91

      We the undersigned do certify that the forgoing is a true appraisement of the Estate of John Taliaferro decd as far as the same has been produced to us Sixth Novm 1821
      John Hatcher
      Daniel Hicks
      Jonathan Piersan
      Recorded 24th June 1823
      Solomon Worrill Clk

      Religion a member of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church in Wilkinson County, GA [2]
      Mt. Nebo was organized in June, 1808, and was the first church of any denomination to be organized in the county.

      From the membership roles of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church listed in the Church Minutes 1808 ? 1855: John Taliefero ? By Letter (illegible) 1815. Dismist 1816. Deceased (illegible) 1821.

      Estate Sale 1 Jul 1822 , Wilkinson County, Georgia, USA [17]
      An account of the sale of John Taliaferro decd 10 July 1821
      1 chest to John L Jones .18 3/4 1 set fire dogs & tongs 1.31 1/4 $1.50
      1 lott of Tobacco to Jonathan Pearson 2.25
      1 Water pale Meril Ethridge .75
      1 Jug 1 Jar 2 chambers to Jno L. Jones 56 1/4
      1 lot Crockery & nives & forks ditto 1.50
      1 lot Tin Crockery ditto 1.06 1/4 1 cubbard & chain ditto 56 1/4 1.62 1/2
      1 Bead & furniture ditto 26.31 1/4 1 Bed & furniture do 30 35.31 1/4
      1 Mans Saddle to Jonathan Pearson 3.00
      1 Sythe 1 Bott 1 adds to William Hardin 75
      5 hogs 1st choice J L Jones 30.75
      5 hogs 2nd choice J L Jones 22.25
      10 do 3rd choice Jno L Jones 35.25

      To money received of the decd - of Lewis Bond $72.50
      " money Paid out Tax for the year 1820 4.45
      " funeral and Sale expense 20.00
      " Law suit and nonsuited J. Taliferro vs. Joseph Jones ejectment surveyor 7.00
      Clerk and Sherriff fees 7.62 1/2
      Clerks fees for recording and copying papers relative to said suit 3.50
      William Dabbage account 2.18
      Clerk of ordinarys fees 5.06 1/4 to J. McLendon 1.50 6.56 1/4
      To Stephen W. Harris 5.00 widow Taliaferro 1.00 6.00
      for the support of the family 14.00
      for an appeal to the Superior Court 3.75
      To Seth P. Starn 6.00
      Sworn in open Court before me this 1st July 1822 Jno. L. Jones Excr
      S. Worrill Clk
      Recorded 25th June 1823 S Worril Clk

      Estate Sale 25 Oct 1822 , Wilkinson County, Georgia, USA [18]
      A List of the Sale of the Estate of Jno Tallefferro decd 25th October 1822
      1 Bott and hackle - John L. Jones - $231 1/4
      2 Ovens - do - 1.75
      1 Spider - Wm Gunn - 81 1/4
      1 Lot hoes axes & C - Adam Clay - 184 1/4
      2 grubbing hoes - do do - 1.18 3/4
      1 Plow hoe & Sundries - do do - 150
      1 Umbrella - Robt Knight - .50
      1 Sorrel mare Brandy - Miles Jackson - 42.50
      1 Young Sorrel mare - Jno C. Johston - 65.00
      1 Cow & Yearling - do do - 1200
      1 White Cow & do - do do - 1100
      1 Red side Cow & Yearling - do do - 14.56 1/4
      1 Red Cow & Calf - do do - 11.00
      2 Young heiffers - do do - 16.62 1/2
      1 White Cow - do do - 1800
      1 Red Side Cow & Calf - do do - 16.00
      1 Cow & Calf - George Barrett - 11.06 1/4
      1 Black Side Cow & Calf - Jno C. Johnston - 14.75
      1 Brindle Cow & Yearling - do do - 16.50
      1 Red Cow & Calf - do do - 13.50
      1 White Cow Blk head - do do - 13.50
      1 Red Cow & Bull - Henry Jackson - 18.25
      1 Black side Cow - Jno C. Johnston - 12.25
      1 large Steer - do do - 16.56 1/4
      1 Crown do - do do - 12.50
      2 Small Steers - Jno. McDonald - 18.50
      1 heiffer & Yearling - Jno C. Johnston - 9.00
      1 Red Steer - do do - 14.00
      4 head Cattle not present - do - 40.00
      Sworn to & Subscribed in}
      open Court Jany 6th 1823} John L. Jones
      S. Worrill Clk

      Many paid out by Jno L Jones Exctr on the estate of John Taliaferro decd for the year 1822
      On one note of hand in the hands of S C Beall $29.50
      Tax for the year 1821 5.85 1/2
      Printers fee
      s 3.00
      Sworn to in open Court}
      Jany 6th 1823 }
      S Worrill Clk John L Jones
      Recorded 10th July 1823 S Worrill Clk

      Estate Sale 1 Apr 1828 , Wilkinson County, Georgia, USA [19]
      The Sale of John Taliferro Decd. on the first Tuesday in April 1828
      To 3 Negroes Jack Ary & Tom sold to James Jackson $406.00
      Also 1 Boy by the name of John to Robert Clay for $401.00
      1 Girl by the name of Patience sold to Thos Jones for $262.00
      1 Girl by the name of Ary sold to Gabriel Jones for $251.00
      Octr Sale 1828 } Sale of the Land to Ambrose Nelson for $105.00
      Wilkinson County }
      One negroe boy by the name of Tony sold to Peyton Clay for $340.00
      Sworn to in open Court
      this 13th Jany 1829 John L. Jones Adm
      A Beall C Co

      John TALIAFERRO Tombstone is located at Mount Nebo Church Cem., Near Mcintyre, Wilkinson Co., Ga.
      Inscription:
      JOHN TALIAFERRO
      CAPTAIN VA. BN.
      REV. WAR
      APRIL 7, 1821

      Location: From I-16 in Macon head east and take the North Avenue exit. Turn right (heading east) on US Highway 23. After 2.7 miles, veer slightly left on US Highway 80 (Jeffersonville Road). About 1.6 miles, US Highway 80 becomes US Highway 57. Travel 21.8 miles and turn left on Macon Road. After 1.8 miles turn left on Hill Street. In 0.2 miles turn left on US Highway 441. Travel 4.4 miles and turn right on Smith Starley Road. Travel 1.6 miles and turn right on Napier Pond Wriley Road. Travel 1.2 miles and turn right on Mount Nebo Church Road (County Road 151). Travel 0.4 miles. The cemetery is on the right.

      Sources
      01: [S266] Historic Georgia Families, L. W. Rigsby, compiler, (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), G929.2 R., 76-77, 85, 92-94, 104, 115-122

      02: [S495] History of Wilkinson County, Victor Davidson, (Macon, Georgia: The John Ball Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Press of The J. W. Burke Company), G929.3758 WILKINS., 380

      03: [S1002] Mt. Nebo Church Cemetery, near McIntyre, Wilkinson County, Georgia, grave marker for John Taliaferro, photographed by Gail Rich Nestor, 13 Oct 2006

      04: [S510] "Mt. Nebo Church Cemetery," Wilkinson County, Georgia, database, Georgia Genealogy.org, Larry and Eileen McAdams, survey of 2002, (http://georgiagenealogy.org/wilkinson/mountnebocemetery.html), grave marker for John Taliaferro (located in the very back by the fence)

      05: [S266] Historic Georgia Families, L. W. Rigsby, compiler, (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), G929.2 R., 116-117

      06: [S1010] DAR Patriot Index, Centennial Edition, (Washington, D.C.: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Centennial Administration, 1994), G 929.373 DAU MILITARY., 3:2878

      07: [S1011] Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution: Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, 1775-1783, John Hastings Gwathmey, (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1973), G 929.3755 VIR VA., 756

      08: [S266] Historic Georgia Families, L. W. Rigsby, compiler, (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), G929.2 R., 94, 115

      09: [S266] Historic Georgia Families, L. W. Rigsby, compiler, (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), G929.2 R., 94

      10: [S585] Wilkinson County, Georgia, "Miscellaneous Estate Records, 1820-1853," on microfilm in drawer 299, box 18, (Morrow, Georgia: The Georgia Archives), will of John Taliaferro, 21-22

      11: [S266] Historic Georgia Families, L. W. Rigsby, compiler, (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), G929.2 R., 121

      12: [S515] Wills and Cemeteries, Wilkinson County, Georgia, 1817-1920: genealogical information added, Joseph T. Maddox, compiler, (Privately published by author [S.l. : s.n.], 1977), G929.3758 WILKINS., 317-8

      13: [S266] Historic Georgia Families, L. W. Rigsby, compiler, (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), G929.2 R., 118

      14: [S585] Wilkinson County, Georgia, "Miscellaneous Estate Records, 1820-1853," on microfilm in drawer 299, box 18, (Morrow, Georgia: The Georgia Archives), probate of will of John Taliaferro, 22-23

      15: [S266] Historic Georgia Families, L. W. Rigsby, compiler, (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), G929.2 R., 119, 121

      16: [S585] Wilkinson County, Georgia, "Miscellaneous Estate Records, 1820-1853," on microfilm in drawer 299, box 18, (Morrow, Georgia: The Georgia Archives), inventory appraisement of the estate of John Taliaferro, 36-37

      17: [S585] Wilkinson County, Georgia, "Miscellaneous Estate Records, 1820-1853," on microfilm in drawer 299, box 18, (Morrow, Georgia: The Georgia Archives), sale of the estate of John Taliaferro, page 38

      18: [S585] Wilkinson County, Georgia, "Miscellaneous Estate Records, 1820-1853," on microfilm in drawer 299, box 18, (Morrow, Georgia: The Georgia Archives), sale of the estate of John Taliaferro, page 53

      19: [S585] Wilkinson County, Georgia, "Miscellaneous Estate Records, 1820-1853," on microfilm in drawer 299, box 18, (Morrow, Georgia: The Georgia Archives), sale of the estate of John Taliaferro, page 297

      20: [S266] Historic Georgia Families, L. W. Rigsby, compiler, (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), G929.2 R., 85, 92, 120

      21: [S266] Historic Georgia Families, L. W. Rigsby, compiler, (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), G929.2 R., 120

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