1760 John Eubanks

John Eubanks b. abt 1760

Parents:

John Eubanks b. abt 1740 (not sure if this is parent, but looks possible, researching)

Children:

John Eubanks Jr 1785–
James Eubanks 1793(James is possibly William Eubanks’ b. abt 1763’s son, unless there are 2 James Eubanks – then its possible this is the other James).
Francis Eubanks ? 1800–
Joseph Eubanks 1800–

Siblings:

John Eubanks Sr 1760–1830
William Eubanks 1763–1840
George Eubanks ? 1765–

FACTS and EVENTS:

(Under Construction)

1776 or later – John Ewbanks has audited account of claims from the American Revolution in South Carolina

1776 or later John Ewbanks audited acct of claims fr American Revolution SC

1776 or later John Ewbanks audited acct of claims fr American Revolution SC

1776 or later – Joseph Hubanks has audited account of claims from American Revolution in South Carolina

1776 or later Joseph Hubanks audited acct of claims fr American Revolution SC

1776 or later Joseph Hubanks audited acct of claims fr American Revolution SC

1788 Sept 25 John Ubanks receives plat for 100 acres on Lynches Creek in Cheraw Dist, SC

1788 09 25 John Ubanks plat for 100 acres on Lynches Cr in Cheraw Dist, SC

1788 09 25 John Ubanks plat for 100 acres on Lynches Cr in Cheraw Dist, SC

1790 Jan 14 John Eubanks receives plat for 300 acres on Reuban and Rocky Branches in Cheraw Dist, SC

1790 01 14 John Eubanks plat for 300 a on Reuban and Rocky Branches in Cheraw Dist SC

1790 01 14 John Eubanks plat for 300 a on Reuban and Rocky Branches in Cheraw Dist SC

1790 Name: John Eubanks
Home in 1790 (City, County, State): St Thomas, Cheraws District, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – Under 16: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 16 and over: 2
Free White Persons – Females: 2
Number of Household Members: 6
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1790 Name: John Eubanks Junior
Home in 1790 (City, County, State): St Thomas, Cheraws District, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – Under 16: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 16 and over: 1
Free White Persons – Females: 2
Number of Household Members: 5
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1790 US Census with Isaac Dutart in St Thomas, Cheraws Dist, SC

1790 US Census w Isaac Dutart in St Thomas Cheraws Dist

1790 US Census w Isaac Dutart in St Thomas Cheraws Dist

1790 US Census w John Eubanks and John Eubanks Jr, in St Thomas, Cheraws Dist, SC

1790 US Census w John Eubanks and John Eubanks Jr in St Thomas Cheraws Dist

1790 US Census w John Eubanks and John Eubanks Jr in St Thomas Cheraws Dist

1791 Nov 11 John Eubanks recd plat for 875 acres on Goldens Creek in Ninety Six Dist, SC

1791 11 11 John Eubanks plat for 875a on Goldens Cr in Ninety Six Dist SC

1791 11 11 John Eubanks plat for 875a on Goldens Cr in Ninety Six Dist SC

1800 Name: John Eubanks
Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Chesterfield, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 45 and over: 1  (1755 or older)
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 3
Free White Persons – Females – 45 and over: 1  (1755 or older)
Number of Household Members Under 16: 1
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
Number of Household Members: 8
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1802 Feb 4 John Eubanks Sr makes claim for land in Mississippi Territory previously in West Florida under Spanish Rule in American State Papers

1802 02 04 American State Papers w John Eubanks Sen claim for land

1802 02 04 American State Papers w John Eubanks Sen claim for land

1802 Feb 4 – John Eubanks Sen – Spanish permit – date of claim was Feb 4, 1802.
Area Claimed is 800 area in arpens.
Where situated: River Estaupache
By whom issued: J. de Osorno
Cultivation in 1808, by original claimant
American State Papers
https://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsp&fileName=030/llsp030.db&Page=395

(No Eubanks in Washington Co MS taxrolls in 1802, 1803, or 1804)

 

1805 Nov 7 John Hughbanks signs a petition regarding Spanish territory land that is now in Mississippi Territory  1805 Nov 7, Petition:
“To the honourable house of representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, — the humble petition of the undersigned, inhabitants of the county of Washington in the Mississippi Territory.”
. . . “Your petitioners, moreover, take leave to inform your honourable body that there is a tract of about 80 acres, belonging to the United States, on which the old Spanish Fort, called Fort St. Stephens, and an old priest’s house are standing, these buildings being now occupied by the United States trading house for the Chactaws, the troops of the United States, nominally at Fort St. Stephens, being on a different tract of land, — that this tract of 80 acres, is eligibly sitated for a town, and if divided into lots for that purpose, might be rendered subservient to the purposes of education, — that the inhabitants of the before mentioned settlements, have never had it in their power to afford encouragement to able teachers to settle among them, — that their children have scarcely any opportunities of being instructed at home, — that, if they were otherwise able, they are too remote from all other settled countries, to send them abroad for that purpose, — and that they heavy imposition which they suffer from the Spanish government, give them, as they humble conceive, a peculiar claim to such assistance as can properly be rendered by the government of the United States.”
The petition goes on to ask that one of the courts in the county or district of Washington appoint trustees of schools in each township settled. To hire teachers, buy and sell property for their respective schools, etc.
They advise that owners of land in the county of Washington have had “considerable expense” in translating Spanish warrants of land, and ask help from the United States in the expense of translating these documents (as the Spanish officers are charging burdensome rates they are unable to pay).
Assistance is also asked for people who have land certificates that conflict with British patents.
Signed by:  John Hughbanks is one of the signers of this petition.

1805 11 07 John Hughbanks signs petition re Spanish territory while in Miss snip p1

1805 11 07 John Hughbanks signs petition re Spanish territory while in Miss snip p1

1805 11 07 John Hughbanks signs petition re Spanish territory while in Miss snip p2

1805 11 07 John Hughbanks signs petition re Spanish territory while in Miss snip p2

1805 11 07 John Hughbanks signs petition re Spanish territory while in Miss snip p3

1805 11 07 John Hughbanks signs petition re Spanish territory while in Miss snip p3

1805 11 07 John Hughbanks signs petition re Spanish territory while in Miss snip p4

1805 11 07 John Hughbanks signs petition re Spanish territory while in Miss snip p4

1805, Nov 15: Petition to the House of Representatives by Inhabitants of Washington County
“To the honourable house of Representatives of the United States, the humble petition of the undersigned inhabitants of the county of Washington in the Mississippi Territory respectfully sheweth,
That many of the inhabitants of the said county, subsequent to the month of March 1803 and before the arrival of the commissioners appointed to settle the land claims in the said county, settled and improved the lands on which they live, under an expectation which afterwards proved to be unfounded, that they should be entitled to pre-emptions at least, — that their circumstances rendered them generally unable to remove to any other part of the United States, — that they are now in danger of having their tracts sold away from them, merely in consequence of the improvements they have made, though in many instances they would not sell for two dollars an acre, in their natural state. Your petitioners therefore humbly pray that whereever it can be made appear to the satisfaction of the superior court of Washingon district, that any inhabitant of the said county did settle and improve vacant land within the same previously to the arrival of the said commissioners, that such person may be entitled to a pre-emption of such section or part of a section or sections, as may include his improvements. And your petitioners as in duty bound shall ever pray &etc.
Signed by: John Eubanks is one of the signers of this petition 1805 Nov 15 John Eubanks signs another petition regarding Spanish territory now in Mississippi Territory 1805, Nov 15 Name: John EuBanks
Gender: M (Male)
State: Alabama
Locality: Mississippi Territory
County: Washington County
Residence Year: 1810
Household Remarks: Petition to the House of Representatives, 15 Nov 1805, by inhabitants of Washington County, many of whom settled there after Mar 1803 (but before the land commissioners arrived) expecting a pre-emption. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=yXY2629&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&indiv=1&db=colonialcenrecon&gss=angs-d&new=1&rank=1&msT=1&gsln=Eubanks&gsln_x=0&msypn__ftp=Mississippi,%20USA&msypn=27&msypn_PInfo=5-%7C0%7C1652393%7C0%7C2%7C0%7C27%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C&MSAV=1&cp=0&catbucket=rstp&uidh=m37&pcat=CEN_1820&fh=0&h=45736&recoff=&ml_rpos=11805 11 15 John Eubanks signs another petition re Spanish territory while in MS marked snip

1805 Washington Co, MS tax rolls: John Hubanks (Eubanks)
Series 510 – Territorial Tax Rolls, 1802-1817; n.d.
Browse Images Washington County, taxable property 1805
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/510/detail/103073

1805 Name: John Eubanks
State: MS; County: Washington County
Township: Petitioners
Year: 1805; Page: 442
Database: MS Early Census Index
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1807 John Eubanks, William Eubanks, and George Eubanks have claims for land they occupied on Pascagoula River in Mississippi Territory that was previously under Spanish control in area known as West Florida, American State Papers  1807 American State Papers w John Eubanks a William Eubanks a George Eubanks marked

1807—Spanish Land Claims of Mary Davis, Pascagoula River; George Eubanks, Pascagoula River; John Eubanks, Sr., Pascagoula River; William Eubanks,Pascagoula River; Jacob Miller, Pascagoula River; John B. Nichous, Pascagoula Bay; Dosett Richard, Biloxi; Edmund Smith, Pascagoula River; John Ward, Pascagoula River

1815 Dec 14 John Eubanks signs petition regarding Spanish lands in Mississippi territory

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_2 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_2 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_3 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_3 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_4 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_4 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_5 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_5 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_6 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_6 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_7 snip

1815 12 14 John Eubanks signs petition re Spanish lands in Miss_Page_7 snip

1815, Dec 14
Petition to Congress by inhabitants of the eastern part of the Territory.
To the Honorable the Congress of the United States, the humble petition of the Undersigned Inhabitants of the eastern part of the Mississippi Territory, respectfully showith, (Summary of petition below):
(Due to the War of 1812 with the British, and War with the Indians, they are unable to make payments due on grants – due to destruction of houses, mills, cattle, horses, corn, furniture, carried away, destroyed, or volunteered for the US service. They are asking for relief from back installments due, and for interest that has accrued during this time).
Signed by: (there are multiple signers. The ones listed below are one I recognize from family research):
Signed by: John Eubanks, Sterling Dupree

1815 Dec 14:  Name: John Eubanks
Gender: M (Male)
State: Alabama; Locality: Mississippi Territory; Residence Year: 1820
Household Remarks: Name on petition to Congress, ref. 14 Dec 1815, by inhabitants of eastern part of MS territory, who lost much income/property in the wars with England & Indians, asking that money already paid be appl
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1816 Dec 11 John Eubanks and William Eubanks on petition from Jackson Co, MS  1816 Dec 11 – Name: James Eubanks
Gender: M (Male)
State: Florida; Locality: West Florida
Residence Year: 11 Dec 1816
Household Remarks: Name on petition to Congress, 11 Dec 1816, by inhabitants of Jackson County, Mississippi Territory, many of whom settled on land in West Florida while under Spanish control and now seek for their gran
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1816 Dec 11 – Name: John Eubanks
Gender: M (Male)
State: Florida; Locality: West Florida
Residence Year: 11 Dec 1816
Household Remarks: Name on petition to Congress, 11 Dec 1816, by inhabitants of Jackson County, Mississippi Territory, many of whom settled on land in West Florida while under Spanish control and now seek for their gran
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1816 Dec 11 – Name: John Eubanks
Gender: M (Male)
State: Florida; Locality: West Florida
Residence Year: 11 Dec 1816
Household Remarks: Name on petition to Congress, 11 Dec 1816, by inhabitants of Jackson County, Mississippi Territory, many of whom settled on land in West Florida while under Spanish control and now seek for their gran
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SOURCE1: “FOUR CENTURIES ON THE PASCAGOULA” Vol I and II
AUTHOR: Dr. Cyril E. Cain
PUB: The Reprint Company; Spartanburg, SC 29304. 1983
LOCATION: Dallas, TX Public Library CAT#: R976.212 F773
VOLUME I
Page 170
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Signers of a petition to the Congress of the United States asking that the persons who held land under Spanish rule in West Florida be allowed to keep that land after annexation by the United States. 11 Dec 1816.
Charles Baker         John Eubanks         Hugh McDonald
James Baker           Wm Eubanks          John McLeod
Wm Baker               Andre Founier             A McManus
Edward M. Ball       James Garnett            John Miller
William Ball            Hugh Gillander           Wm Miller
Jacob Bang              Wm Goff                       Wm Mills
James Bilbo            Joseph Graham            John Mizle
Richard Brashears   Jesse Graves               Wm Mizle
John Brewer, Sr.       Wm Hamilton           John Mounger
John Brewer, Jr.      Chas S Holland          Joshua Murray
John Bridges             Jacob Holland           Aaron Parker
Matthew Carter        Bryant Howell           Lewis Parker
Wm Carter                Henry Hoskins           Jonathan Selser
John Clowdess         George Hutson            David D Smith
Burrell Cochrane      Noah N Hutson         Ed Smith
Carlton Cooper         James Hunt                Robert D Smith
Rodney Cooper         Hardy R Jernigan       L G S Stroud
Wm N Cooper            Presley Johnson         John Tanner
Wm Davidson           Minor Johnston           Henry Walters
John Dease               Wm Kates                      James B Wardeen
Walter Denny            Joshua Ketes               John Wardeen
Sterling Dupree     Perry King                 JAMES WARE
Isaac Ellison                E Lewis                      George Williams
James Eubanks      Abm Lott                     Edards Williamson
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jecain/ware080.htm

1816 Jackson Co MS tax roll with John Eubanks  

1816 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks marked

1816 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks marked

1816 Jackson Co, MS taxroll:  John Eubanks
Jackson County, MS taxable property 1816
Series 510 – Territorial Tax Rolls, 1802-1817; n.d.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/510/detail/101792

1817 Sept 1 John Eubanks will with son Thomas and daughter Sarah in Jones Co, NC

1817 09 01 John Eubanks will in Jones Co NC p1 marked sons Aaron a Lewis a Lot a Asa a Levi snip

1817 09 01 John Eubanks will in Jones Co NC p1 marked sons Aaron a Lewis a Lot a Asa a Levi snip

1817 09 01 John Eubanks will in Jones Co NC p2 marked son Thomas a daughter Sarah snip

1817 09 01 John Eubanks will in Jones Co NC p2 marked son Thomas a daughter Sarah snip

1817 09 01 John Eubanks will in Jones Co NC p3 marked proved up Nov 1817 snip

1817 09 01 John Eubanks will in Jones Co NC p3 marked proved up Nov 1817 snip

1817 Jackson Co, MS tax roll with John Eubanks and John Eubanks Jr  

1817 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks Jr marked

1817 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks Jr marked

1817 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks marked

1817 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks marked

1817 Jackson Co, MS taxroll:  John Eubanks and John Eubanks Jr
Browse Images Jackson County, MS taxable property 1817
Series 510 – Territorial Tax Rolls, 1802-1817; n.d.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/510/detail/101797

1818 Jackson Co, MS tax roll with John Eubanks and Sterling Dupree

1818 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks and Sterling Dupree marked

1818 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks and Sterling Dupree marked

1818 Jackson Co, MS taxroll:   John Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Jackson MS
1818 – Combined
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Jackson/1818/Combined/4

1819 Jackson Co, MS tax roll with William Eubanks, James Eubanks, and John Eubanks, along with Sterling Dupree.

1819 Jackson Co MS tax roll w William a James a John Eubanks a Sterling Dupree marked

1819 Jackson Co MS tax roll w William a James a John Eubanks a Sterling Dupree marked

1819 Jackson Co, MS taxroll:  William Eubanks, James Eubanks, and John Eubanks  (This is the first year James Eubanks shows on tax rolls – possibly means he turne 21 this year – making him born about 1797)
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Jackson MS
1819 – Combined
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Jackson/1819/Combined/4

1820 Jackson Co, MS taxroll w John Eubanks and James Eubanks and Sterling Dupree

1820 US Census in Jackson Co MS with John Eubanks Sr and John Eubanks Jr and Sterling Dupree

1820 Jackson Co, MS taxroll:  John Eubanks and James Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Jackson MS
1820 – Combined
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Jackson/1820/Combined/7

1820 US Census:  Name: John Eubanks Senior
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Jackson, Mississippi
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1 (b. btw – 1794 and 1803) (JosephEubanks?)
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 1 (b. btw -1776 and 1794) (James Eubanks?)
Free White Persons – Males – 45 and over: 1 (b. 1775 or older)(John Eubanks Sr)
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 45 and over : 1 (b. 1775 or older)
Slaves – Males – 26 thru 44: 1
Number of Persons – Engaged in Agriculture: 2
All Other Persons Except Indians not Taxed: 8
Free White Persons – Under 16: 2
Free White Persons – Over 25: 3
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total Slaves: 1
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 16
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1820 US Census:  Name: John Eubanks Junior
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Jackson, Mississippi
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1 (born bet 1794 and 1803)
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 1 (born btw -1794 and 1776)(his 1830 census indicates born between 1780-1790)
Number of Persons – Engaged in Agriculture: 2
All Other Persons Except Indians not Taxed: 4
Free White Persons – Under 16: 1
Free White Persons – Over 25: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 7
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=WLx2103&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&gss=angs-c&new=1&rank=1&gsln=Eubanks&gsln_x=0&msypn__ftp=Jackson%20County,%20Mississippi,%20USA&msypn=1474&msypn_PInfo=7-%7C0%7C1652393%7C0%7C2%7C0%7C27%7C0%7C1474%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C&MSAV=1&msbdy=1770&cp=0&catbucket=rstp&uidh=m37&msypn__ftp_x=1&msypn_x=PS&pcat=35&h=1317239&recoff=7&db=1820usfedcenancestry&indiv=1&ml_rpos=2

1821 Jackson Co, MS taxroll with Joseph Eubanks, James Eubanks, and John Eubanks

1821 Jackson Co, MS taxroll:  John Eubanks, Joseph Eubanks, and James Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Jackson MS
1821 – Combined
(Joseph Eubanks turns 21 and shows up on his own tax listing).
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Jackson/1821/Combined/4

1823 Greene Co MS taxrolls with John Eubanks, William Eubanks, and Sterling Dupree

1823 Greene Co, MS taxrolls – John Eubanks, William Eubanks, and Sterling Dupree
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Greene MS
1823 – Combined
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Greene/1823/Combined/5

 

 

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1 Response to 1760 John Eubanks

  1. Larry Fred Eubanks says:

    hello I am Larry Eubanks my Grandfather was James Giles Eubanks, he lived at Barnes in Leake county MS about 1860. I would appreciate any information. thanks

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