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Ancestors (and descendant) of William Boswell

Henry Boswell
± 1740-< 1810
Elizabeth Sanders
± 1745-> 1776
William Boswell
± 1764-> 1840
Sylvia
????-

William Boswell
 


Amelia
1829-????

Celia Boswell
± 1847-????

Household of William Boswell Jr

He had a relationship with Amelia

Child(ren):

  1. Celia Boswell  ± 1847-????


Notes about William Boswell Jr

CENSUS

1840 Columbus Co., NC census

1 male age 20-30 (himself) and 1 female age 20-30 (wife?)

Name Suffix: Jr.1850 UNITED STATES CENSUS, COLUMBUS COUNTY, NCNumber Name Age Sex Occupation524 527 William Boswell 34 M Do.Amelia Boswell 24 FCelia Boswell 8 F--------------------------------------------------------1860 UNITED STATES CENSUS, COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC0856 W[illia]m BOSWELL 46 M Farmer NCAmilia Boswell 31 F NCCelia Boswell 12 F NC---------------------------------------------------------1880 UNITED STATES CENSUS, COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC Head of Household William BOSWELL Relation Self Age 65 Birth Year <1815> Birthplace NC Occupation Laborer Race W Marital Status M Father's Birthplace NC Mother's Birthplace NC --------------------------------------------------------------------------------FROM "THE PEOPLE OF COLUMBUS", Vol 1 "A Study of the 800 Families in Columbus County, N. C. in 1850"William Boswell appears to settle on or near land on the west side of the White Marsh and later on the south side of Soules Swamp, and then later in the Beaverdam and Gum Swamp.In the August 1851 term of the Columbus County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, William Boswell is appointed overseer "of the road to 550 yards of the five mile post belonging to said road". In November, 3 months later, the same court removes Boswell as overseer and he is replaced by M. Stanley. It's probable that as a miller, Boswell was too busy grinding corn, wheat, etc., to take care of the road.The November 1850 term of Columbus County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions noted the following: "on motion considered by the Court that the Public Road leading from Whiteville to Gum Swamp be divided at the 4 mile post from Whiteville & the following hands allotted to the overseer of the part next to Whiteville: William Ward's hands, James Blackman, Amos Ward, Mark Ward, Hardy Duncan, M. C. Millican, Isaiah Nealy, Timothy Dusenbury, David Nealy, Morgan Smith and William Boswell."

DEEDS:

Columbus County, North Carolina
Vol IV Abstract of Deeds 1840 - 1849

4 Dec 1840
SILVY BOSWELL, ARTHUR WARD, SIMON BOSWELL, DAVID NEELY, HARVEY BOSWELL & WILLIAM BOSWELL SR., to JOSHUA STANDLEY, 4 Dec 1840; $5. 25, 50 A. on NS of Gum Swamp adj. Standley's own corner. With Wm. J. Standley* & Joshua H. Standley. Nove Ter 1842 (G-238/239)

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