5 November 1775 George Gibson Orange County will was proved in May 1776 (WB A:195) He named his wife Mary. Mentioned but did not name his ''Sons and Daughters now living in the County" and provided for the schooling of his unnamed younger children. Joel Gibson and Lucrecy Collons were witnesses; Sherwood Parrish and Thomas Gibson, Sr., executors.
10 June 1779 Lambeth Dodson entered 228 acres on Guilford County, North Carolina on 9 January 1779. It was surveyed 10 June 1779 by Joshua Smith, with William Kellam and Joel Gibson acting as chain carriers The grant was issued 1 March 1780, 228 acres below and in the fork of Mayo River, beginning at a poplar on the south bank of the North Fork of Mayo in the Virginia line, adjoining Joel Gibson and Philip Angling, and including the improvements of Thomas Gibson and Esaw Dodson.
January 1780 HENRY COUNTY, VIRGINIA Will Book ? pp30-31 Dated 3 January 1780 Probated 23 March 1780 To my loving wife Marey Gibson and my daughter Cuzziah Gibson my whole estate
Zackeriah King, Joel Gibson and Lambert Dotson executors.
Thomas (x) Gibson
wit: Charles (x) More, Joseph (x) Nicols, William (x) More. 23 March 1780. Exhibited by Joel Gibson who gave bond with Lambeth Dodson and Champain Gibson as his securities.
1778 - William Moore 100 acres both sides Buffalo Branch of Mayo
[On 22 June 1765, according to the Pittsylvania County patent book, Lambeth patented 400 acres on the main fork of Mayo River which he transferred to George Gibson on 19 September 1766.]
1 Mar 1780 James BRISON 400 acres n the S side of Mayo River joining the sd River below the Mouth of Buffaloe Creek, both sides of [several] branches, and both sides of the sd Creek Opposite land of Joel Gibson and Andrew Gibson.
GRANT BOOK 33 2841 page 453
April 27, 1780; Thomas Gibson (inventory) appraised by Phillip Anglin, Danl. Goldsby, Lambeth Dodson; returned July 27, 1780.
1780 Joel Gibson was in Wilkes Co North Carolina on the New River where he and Thomas made land entries in 1780. [He owned and sold property on top of Peach Bottom Mountain in Wilkes Co. ]
9 June 1780 Thomas Gibson made a land entry on 9 June 1780 on Cranberry Path in Wilkes Co., N.C. This land was near the South Fork of New River in present day Ashe Co., N.C., entry # 1858 (Wilkes County, North Carolina, Land Entry Book 1778-1781)
page 79 258. Jan. 9, 1792 Robert NALL [written over ARCHIBALD GIBSON] enters 50 ac in Wilkes Co; border: a white oak at the head of a branch of Crambury Cr in "the" Low notch of "the" Big Ridge.
page 81 268. [no date] transfered to William REVES [Robert NALL- -lined out] enters 150 ac in Wilkes Co; border: George REAVES's line near where ANDREW GIPSON lived and runs down "the" river.
page 104 365. Nov. 21, 1793 ARCHIBAL GIBSON [or ARCHIBALD GIPSON] enters 50 ac in Wilkes Co; border: at a white oak on the head of a branch of Crambury Cr in the low "knotch of the" bigg ridge and runs N.
21 Aug 1800 Volintin Collins entered 50 acres in Ashe Co on "Brushe" Creek, beginning on Joel Gibson's lower line and running down both sides of the creek. [Note Valentine said to have married Dicey Gibson - sister of Martin Gibson]
1800 - Joel, Archibald and Andrew Gibson listed as Slave Holders - Antebellum New River Valley - Ashe County http://www.newrivernotes.com/ashe_enumerations_1800-1860_slaveholders.htm
29 Jan 1802 John Eller purchased 200 acres on Obids Creek from Joel Gibson paying 185 pounds for same. (Deed Book A, p. 213)
11 Aug 1800 Shephard Gibson entered 100 acres, beginning near the mouth of a"dreen" that makes into "Baire" Creek (Bear?) and runs up said creek.
11 Aug 1800 Shephard Gibson entered 50 acres beginning near Georg. Miller's lower line and runs down s. fork of New River.
Will be sold at Ashe Court House on Saturday the 18th day of June next to satisfy the taxes due for the year 1812, and the expence and cost of advertising the same.
50 acres of land of Archibald Gipson on Cranberry Creek
NORTH CAROLINA LAND GRANTS
1795 Ambrose Collins entered 100 acres on Oba (Obeds?) Creek. #1913]
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