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Tommyhawk Robbins
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Census_Year 1790            

    Microfilm # M637-11            

    State South Carolina            

    County              

    City/District Cheraw District            

    Enumerator John Punch            

Free White Males          

    Head of Family 16 and up including Head Under 16 Free White Females Others Slaves Remarks

Page # Line # Last Name First Name  1 2 3 4 5 6

361 35  King John 5 3 6 0 3 

361..36  King George 11 3 0 0 

361..37  King  Henry  1 2 1 0 0

363 23 Clements Isaac 1 0 1 0 0  

367 4 Herring James 1 2 4 0 0  

367 5 Herring Sam'l 1 0 2 0 2  

370 13 Clements Thomas 1 0 1 0 0  

370 14 Clements Josiah 1 0 1 0 0  

380 11 Quick Solomon 1 2 5 0 0  

380 12 Quick Thomas 1 3 9 0 3  

380 49 Quick Aquilla 3 3 7 0 0 381 18 Oddium John 1 5 6 0 0 0

381 19 Oddium Jacob 1 1 1 1 0  


 C            184        JOHN HERRING & wife REBECCA to GEORGE CLEMENTS, 2/9/1729: 40 lbs.

                                            for 100a on Roquiss Swamp ajoining RICHARD FRYAR, wit: HENRY

                                            GUSTAN, JOHN EDWARDS, HENRY EDMUNDS, Feb. court, 1729,.

                                            THOL CREW, clerk of court. C            195       GEORGE CLEMENT  to JOHN HERRIN JR. 11/20/1729 for one Negro called  DICK,.                     

                                         wit: WM. JONES, JOHN HATCHER.

 

   G   135   GEORGE CLEMENTS to HENRY KING; 10/27/1746; 60lbs for 100a. "I am obliged to                                    

                                  HENRY KING of Chowan Co. in 70 lbs Va. money bargained and sold 100a

                                of land lying on Rocquis Pocoson which GEORGE CLEMENTS formerly

                                purchased of JOHN HERRING JR.  "ajoining CHARLES KING as back patent

                                to JOHN HERRING. wit: MICHAEL KING, CHARLES KING, THO. RETTER.

                                May court 1748.

These people apparently all owned land in Chowan Co. but then ended up together in South Carolina Cheraw District together. The Quick family shown are respected Lumbee mix bloods.

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Thomas E. Robbins Jr.

October 2, 2012 at 2:20 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Rev. Jimmie Lee Robins [Tuklo Bish-Ko-Ko]
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O'siyo

Lars, how doing? I have been working more on ancestral origin. When I update my DNA, they had told me, they did not think that I had they any Indian blood. [When do you think] When had upated my list. The "Y-DNA -Ancestral Origins," list showed that I had listing: "United States [Native American]" blood. This on fathers side [Robins]

July 11, 2015 at 3:20 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Tommyhawk Robbins
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Jimmie,

That is interesting that your father's side has Native blood and I think this may lead back to where I am searching. Of course the Chowanoke list John Robins as a chiefman, but the Cheroenhaka also lists a John Robins in their speacial census as a memberin the early 1800's.

A lady who is a member of the Cherokee told me she saw document that mentioned a Reuben Robbins. That is a rare mix of names and the only place I have seen it is in our Robins/Robbins lines. Fannie Rebecca Robbins (my 4th great aunt married a William Hicks who ended up in the Cherokee area in NC. William Hicks I think is descended from the Smiths and Bryants of Bertie CO. home of the Indian Woods. Interesting.


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Thomas E. Robbins Jr.

August 13, 2015 at 11:18 AM Flag Quote & Reply

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