1767 Thomas Chisholm b. abt 1767 of Louisa Co, Va and Chester Co, SC

Thomas Chisholm b. abt 1767-1825 of Louisa Co, Va and Chester Co, SC m. Elizabeth Sarah Dabney, then m. Elizabeth M. Gray

Parents: 

Children:

  • Susannah C. Chisholm 1804–
  • Thomas Henry Chisholm 1806–1860
  • Martha Patsy Dabney Chisholm 1810–
  • Elizabeth Jane Chisholm 1811–
  • Harriet T Chisholm 1812–1866
  • Sarah D Chisholm 1814–
  • Phoebe Matilda Chisholm 1816–1856
  • William D. Chisholm 1821–

Siblings: 

Other State and County Pages:

FACTS and SOURCES: 

1788 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
John Chisholm & Walter Chisholm of David Chisholm – 431 acres
Walter Chisholm – 250 acres
David Chisholm – 791 acres – conveyed to John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres – leaving 360 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-1958-R?i=58&cat=410185

1788 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Walter Chisholm Jr 3 white tithes, 5 black abv 16, 1 black below 16, 8 horses
Walter Chisholm Sr 1 white tithe, 1 black abv 16, 7 horses
Thomas Chisholm 1 white tithe, 3 black abv 16, 1 black bel 16, 1 horse
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZL-W?i=241&cat=412723

1789 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm 250 acres
David Chisholm 360 acres – conveyed to William Barnett 200 acres – overcharge upon the original 100 – total 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-195C-8?i=76&cat=410185

1789 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Walter Chisholm 2 tithes, 1 black over 16, 7 horses
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 2 blacks over 16, 2 blacks under 16, 3 horses
Walter Chisholm Jr 3 tithes, 6 blacks over 16, 1 black under 16, 6 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZN-W?i=275&cat=412723

1790 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm 250 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19P1-V?i=94&cat=410185

1790 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Walter Chisholm Jr 4 tithes, 7 blacks over 16, 1 black under 16, 12 horses
Thomas Chisholm 2 tithes, 3 blacks over 16, 1 black under 16, 3 horses
Walter Chisholm 2 tithes, 2 blacks over 16, 6 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZK-2?i=283&cat=412723

1791 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm of James Gentry – 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm – 431 acres
Walter Chisholm – 250 acres
David Chisholm – 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19PG-3?i=116&cat=410185

1791 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Walter Chisholm Jr 4 tithes, 8 slaves over 16, 2 blacks under 16, 13 horses
Walter Chisholm 2 tithes, 2 slaves over 16, 2 horses
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 2 slaves over 16, 1 under 12-16, 4 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZ2-9?i=316&cat=412723

1792 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm – 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm – 431 acres
Walter Chisholm – 250 acres
David Chisholm – 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19PX-6?i=138&cat=410185

1792 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 3 slaves over 16, 1 under 12-16, 4 horses
Walter Chisholm 2 tithes, 2 slaves over 16, 6 horses
Walter Chisholm Jr 4 tithes, 9 slaves over 16, 2 slaves under 12-16, 14 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZF-Y?i=328&cat=412723

1793 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm 250 acres – conveyed to Stanley Alvis 101 and 1/2 acres – tot 148 and 1/2 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19PJ-B?i=154&cat=410185

1793 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 3 slaves over 16, 4 horses
Walter Chisholm 2 tithes, 2 slaves over 16, 6 horses
Walter Chisholm 4 tithes, 7 slaves over 16, 3 slaves under 12-16, 11 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZF-8?i=349&cat=412723

1794 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm 148 and 1/2 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19PQ-V?i=181&cat=410185

1794 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 3 slaves over 16, 1 slave under 12-16, 3 horses
Walter Chisholm 1 tithe, 2 slaves over 16, 4 horses
Alexander Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 horse
Walter Chisholm Jr 3 tithes, 10 slaves over 16, 7 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZ6-3?i=370&cat=412723

1795 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm 148 and 1/2 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19PQ-4?i=197&cat=410185

1795 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Walter Chisholm Sr 1 tithe, 2 slaves over 16, 3 horses
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 3 slaves over 16, 1 slave under 16, 2 horses
John Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 horse
Walter Chisholm 1 tithe (S W)
Nimrod Chisholm 1 tithe
Walter Chisholm Jr 3 tithes, 8 slaves over 16, 1 slave under 16, 7 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZN-T?i=391&cat=412723

1796 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm 148 and 1/2 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19G1-B?i=203&cat=410185

1796 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 4 slaves above 16, 1 horse
John Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 horse
David Chisholm Jr 1 tithe, 1 horse
Walter Chisholm Sr 1 tithe, 2 slaves above 16, 4 horses
Nimrod Chisholm 1 tithe
____(page torn) Chisholm Jr 3 tithes, 1 slave over 12, 8 slaves above 16, 7 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZX-Q?i=413&cat=412723

1797 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm 148 and 1/2 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19GL-W?i=232&cat=410185

1797 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Alexander Chisholm 2 tithes, 2 slaves above 16, 5 horses
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 6 slaves above 16, 3 horses
Walter Chisholm 2 tithes, 4 slaves above 12, 10 slaves above 16, 5 horses
Nimrod Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 horse
David Chisholm Jr 1 tithe, 1 slave above 16, 1 horse
John Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 slave above 16, 1 horse
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZ8-1?i=437&cat=412723

1798 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm 148 and 1/2 acres – conveyed to Alexander Chisholm 50 acres – tot: 98 and 1/2 acres
Alexander Chisholm of Walter Chisholm 50 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19GR-G?i=240&cat=410185

1798 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
David Chisolm Jr 1 tithe, 3 slaves above 16, 1 horse
John Chisholm 1 tithe, 3 horses
Nimrod Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 horse
Alexander Chisholm 2 tithes, 2 slaves above 16, 5 horses
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 6 slaves above 16, 4 horses
Walter Chisholm Jr 1 tithe, 4 slaves above 12, 7 slaves above 16, 8 horses
David Chisholm Sr 1 tithe
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZ8-F?i=458&cat=412723

1799 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm Senr 98 and 1/2 acres
Alexander Chisholm 50 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19GF-3?i=261&cat=410185

1799 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Alexander Chisholm 1 tithe, 2 slaves above 16, 5 horses
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 slave above 12, 4 slaves above 16, 3 horses
Walter Chisholm Jr 2 tithes, 4 slaves above 12, 10 slaves above 16, 7 horses
David Chisholm Jr 0 tithes, 3 slaves above 12, 1 horse
Nimrod Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 horse
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZZ-R?i=479&cat=412723

1800 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 186 acres
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm Sr 98 and 1/2 acres
Alexander Chisholm 50 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19G6-H?i=292&cat=410185

1800 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
John Chisholm’s estate – 0 tithes, 3 slaves above 16
Walter Chisholm (son D) – 1 tithe, 2 slaves above 12, 7 slaves above 16, 4 horses
David Chisholm Sr 1 tithe
David Chisholm Jr 1 tithe, 1 slave above 12, 3 slaves above 16, 1 horse
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 4 slaves above 16, 5 horses
Alexander Chisholm 1 tithe, 2 slaves above 16, 3 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZ8-R?i=501&cat=412723

1800 Apr 19 – John Anderson’s Will (Abstract). Hanover County, Virginia.
ANDERSON, JOHN, of Hanover County. Will dated 19 April 1800. “In the name of God amen. I, John Anderson of Hanover County (Taylors Creek) being in perfect health and sound memory of mind, JL JLyet considering the brevity of this frail and transitory life, the certainty of death, and the uncertainty of the manner, do make and ordain this to be my last will and testament in manner and form following.
… Imprimis: I give my soule to God that gave it, hoping through the merits of my redeemer Jesus to receive full pardon of all my sins. Amen! Blessed be God.
… Next I commit my body to earth from whence it was taken in full assurance that it may be in the same manner as my beloved wife was,
… and as to my estate both real and personal I dispose of it in manner and form following;
… ” Devises to his daughter Patsey A. Anderson 100 acres, the lower part, of land in Louisa County purchased of Joseph Hawkins, also two slaves, some live-stock, furniture and provisions. She being in “a single state” loans to her for life two rooms in the west end of his house called the hall and study, all out-houses, one-fourth of enclosed land for cultivation and pasturage, and one-fourth of all fruits from orchard. “I also lend her the use of Shadrack during her being in a single state, but should she marry or die then my will and desire is that Shadrack shall be at liberty and fully free in the same manner that free born persons are.” Should she die unmarried and without lawful issue the estate given her shall return to his estate for equal division among all his children.
… To his son John B. Anderson the plantation where he now lives, his desk, folding table and couch, and slaves.
… To his daughter Sally Pulliam he gives Fifty Lbs. current money.
… To daughter Susannah A. Johnson “all my right and interest in the tract of land my son Harmond died possessed of in South Carolina, Union County, also my right and interest in the negro woman Pegg and her present and future increase, that was my son Harmon’s, also Five Lbs. current money of Virginia.”
… Devises residue of his estate, including lands in Louisa County, negroes, etc. to daughters: Sally Pulliam, Matilda Richardson, Francisca Johnson, and Augusta Ann Johnson. … “Item: And lastly I constitute nominate and appoint my son John B. Anderson, Jennlngs Pulliam, my friends Walter Chisholm, Jr., and David Chisholm, Jr., my Executors, hereby revoking all other or former wills heretofore made by me and publish and declare this to be my last will and testament.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this nineteenth day of April in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred.”
John Anderson (Seal) •
Witnesses: Thomas Chisholm, Sally Chisholm, Ann Chisholm, David Chisholm Jr., Walter Chisholm Jr, Proved by their oaths, and by John B. Anderson and Jennlngs Pulliam, Executors, 19 November 1800.
Teste, William Pollard, C.H.C. A Copy, Teste: Benja Pollard Jr. Wills, Inventories, and Accounts in the Court of Quarterly Session and in the Court of Monthly Session, 1785-1836, 1886; 1862-1868; Author: Virginia. County Court (Hanover County); Probate Place: Hanover, Virginia https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/62347/images/007676124_00115?pId=2635414

1801 Land Tax Lists – Hanover Co, Va
Thomas Chisholm 186 acres conveyed to James Cowgill 162 and 1/2 acres – ditto to William Morris
John Chisholm and Walter Chisholm 431 acres
Walter Chisholm Sr 98 and 1/2 acres
Alexander Chisholm 50 acres
David Chisholm 100 acres
Land tax lists, 1782-1807, 1809.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS46-19G3-H?i=341&cat=410185

1801 Tithe and tax lists – Hanover Co, Va
Alexander Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 slave above 12, 2 slaves above 16, 4 horses
Hugh Chisholm 2 tithes, 1 horse
Thomas Chisholm 1 tithe, 5 slaves above 16, 5 horses
David Chisholm Jr – 0 tithes, 4 slaves above 16, 1 horse
Walter Chisholm Jr 2 tithes, 3 slaves above 12, 8 slaves above 16, 4 horses
Personal property tax lists, 1782-1803.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4H-1SZZ-B?i=524&cat=412723

1804 April 18 – Walter Chisholm Jr fr Jennings Plant, bk K, p 7. Louisa Co, Va
… between Jennings Plant of the County of Louisa of the one part and Frederick Harris (atty at law) & Thomas Chisholm of the said County of the other part … Jennings Plant in order to secure the payment of the following debts (which is due by the said Jennings Plant to Walter Chisholm Jr by bonds etc. One of which bears date Apr 17, 1804 for 24 pounds 2 shillings, also to secure the full and complete title to a negroe lad named Tim sold sd Chisholm Jr by sd Jennings Plant on the 16th day of this month … and in consideration of 1 dollar to him the sd Jennings Plant … paid by the said Frederick Harris & Thomas Chisholm  at or before … delivery of these presents .. the sd Jennings Plant hath … bargain and sell unto the said Frederick Harris atty and Thomas Chisholm all that tract and parcell of land which I the sd Jennings Plant holds .. being that place whereon I the sd Jennings Plant lives on which he purchased of Col. John Mayo … lying between the above described tract, and the land of John Gentry and Stanly Alvis and bounded by the Newfound River … to Anderson’s old store … also another small tract which adjoins the former lying between sd Newfound River and Amasses road which I purchased of Walter Chisholm Jr … about 30 acres … the following property one feather bed and furniture, 6 head cattle, 1 small mare … 11 head of hogs … sundry articles of household furniture and the measure of the stock, etc, etc … parcell of lands containing by estimation about 100 acres …
Signed: Jennings Plant
Wit: Linsey Richardson, David Chisholme, David Richardson, Fleming Thomason
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS42-P9VQ-5?i=8&cat=281398

1805 Oct 30 – The Virginia Argus (Richmond, Virginia) – pg 1 – Notice. By virtue of a deed of trust executed to us by Jennings Plant of the county of Louisa, will be exposed to sale, to the highest bidder, for ready money, on the premises, on Friday the 1st of November next, the said Plant’s interest in the Tract of Land whereon he resides, in the said county of Louisa, adjoining the lands of John Gentry and Stanley Alvis, for the purpose of satisfying a debt or debts, due to Walter Chisholm, jun.
Frederick Harris, Thomas Chisholm} Trustees. October 1st, 1805
https://www.newspapers.com/image/605012386/?terms=Chis%2a&match=1
See also: 1806 Feb 11 – The Virginia Argus (Richmond, Virginia) – pg 4 – (Same notice)
https://www.newspapers.com/image/605053189/?terms=Chis%2a&match=1

1805 Nov 1 – Thomas Chisholm etc to Walter Chisholm Jr, bk K, p 167. Louisa Co, Va
… between Frederick Harris and Thomas Chisholm of the one part and Walter Chisholm Jr of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 35 pounds 6 shillings … paid by the said Walter Chisholm Jr … bargain and sell unto the said Walter Chisholm Jr …. land conveyed in trust to the said Frederick Harris and Thomas Chisholm by Jennings Plant to secure the payment of a debt or debts due the said Walter Chisholm Jr in an indenture bearing date the 13 day of April 1804 … in the County Court of Louisa adjoining the lands of John Gentry and Stanley Alvis, except such part of the said tract or tracts of land as the said Jennings Plant may have conveyed to the said Walter Chisholm Jr since the date of said indenture of trust.
Signed: Fred Harris, Thomas Chisholm
Wit: (none listed)
(Proved up and recorded Dec 9, 1805)
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS42-P9J1-T?i=89&cat=281398

1805 Dec 9 – Walter Chisholm fr Jacob Going, bk K, p 179. Louisa Co, Va
… between Jacob Going of the County of Louisa (a man of colour) of the one part, and Frederick Harris atty and William G Poindexter atty both of the County of Louisa of the other part … the said Jacob Going for and in consideration of 1 dollar … bargained and sold to the said Frederick Harris atty and William G Poindexter a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Louisa on the waters of Locust Creek, bounded … where Waddy’s Road leads off from Christmas Road … long Waddy’s road to said Waddy’s line .. to Poindexter’s line … to Nathan Anthony’s line …. to Christmas Road …. containing 73 acres … including the building and plantation it being the same lands that the said Jacob Going now lives on … also three horses namely Jack, Bull and Dick, three beds and furniture, three head of cattle, five hogs … with all my household furniture to the said Frederick Harris atty and Wmly Poindexter atty … in trust nevertheless that whereas the said Jacob Going being indebted to Walter Chisholm Jr of the County of Hanover on two bonds, one of which is for 310 dollars … due for the before mentioned land … and one other bond for 75 dollars of this day’s date … this day lent by said Chisholm Jr to said Going …. if the aforesaid Jacob Going shall fail to pay to the said Walter Chisholm the amount of debts due by bonds etc as before mentioned on demand, after the date of these presents … the said Jacob Going fails to make payments as aforesaid that the sd Frederick Harris atty, and Wmly Poindexter atty … shall sell the said land, houses, with all the appertinances and other property before mentioned for the best price that can be obtained for the same in ready money at publick auction …
Signed: Jacob Going
Wit: David Chisholm, William L Thomson, Jennings Plant.
Acknowledged: Anthony Waddy, Archebald Christmass, Thomas Chisholm
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS42-P9JR-B?i=95&cat=281398

1806 Apr 13 – David Chisholm and Walter Chisholm to Thomas Chisholm, bk K, p 237. Louisa Co, Va
… between Walter Chisholm & David Chisholm of the County of Hanover of the one part and Thomas Chisholme of the County of Louisa of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 1 dollar current money … paid by the said Thomas Chisholm … confirm unto him the said Thomas Chisholm one certain tract or parcel of land situate … in the Counties of Hanover and Louisa on the waters of Jumping Swamp and Elk Stash branch containing … 298 and 1/2 acres … on the W side of Jumping Swamp near Jones’ corner poplar .. on David Chisholm’s line … corner of Walter Chisholm … on the E side of Jumping Swamp … crossing Jumping Swamp … on the NW side of Elk Stash Branch … on Henderson’s and Turner’s to his corner sycamore in his field … on Jones and Turner … the tract formerly held by our father David Chisholm decd … the other part is land purchased by Walter Chisholm Jr of Col John Mays and by him sd Walter sold to Thomas Chisholm … and the said Walter Chisholm and David Chisholm for themselves and their heirs and assigns …. to him the said Thomas Chisholm …. that part of the above described tract which is part of the tract of land formerly held by our father ….
Signed: Walter Chisholm, David Chisholm
Wit: (none listed)
(Proved and recorded on April 14, 1806)
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS42-P9J5-L?i=124&cat=281398

1810 July 9 – David Chisholm fr Anne Going (col) bk L, p. 382. Louisa Co, Va
… between Anne Going a woman of colour of the County of Louisa of the one part and Edmund C Goodwin and Robert Coleman both of Hanover County of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 1 dollar … sold to the said Edmund C Goodwin and Robert Coleman all the estate I now possess consisting of 1 horse, 1 sow and shoats, 2 feather beds with their steds, and furniture together with all my household and kitchen furniture which I now own or may hereafter own when this trust is acted on … with all and every article of estate that I may own with the increase of the females above mentioned to the said Edmund C Goodwin and Robert Coleman … the said Anne Going being indebted to David Chisholme of Chester Dist South Carolina on one bond for 41 pounds 18 shillings … if the sd Anne Going should fail to pay the sd David Chisholme the amt of debt due by bond as before mentioned …. the sd Edmund C Goodwin and Robert Coleman … shall sell the sd before mentioned property for the best price….
Signed: Anne Going
Wit: John Waddy, Thomas Gardner, Thomas Chisholme
(Proven in court July 9, 1810 and ordered recorded)
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS42-P9V7-D?i=377&cat=281398

1813 Aug 6 – Thomas Chisholm fr Carter Berkely and comr, bk M, p 257. Louisa Co, Va
… by a decree of the Chancery Court for the dist of Williamsburg … on the 25th day of April 1812 … decreed that Francis Nelson, Carter Berkley, Dudley Diggs Jr, William Smith and Nathan Anderson … sell for each at public auction certain lands to raise a sum of money in said acres mentioned in which said suit Anne Tomkins widow of Charles Tomkins decd was compt and John Mayo and others were defts … said decree Carter Buckley, Dudley Diggs Jr and Francis Nelson commissioners did sell certain lands … in consideration of the sum of 66 pounds 1 shilling and 1 farthing … paid by Thomas Chisholm … land situate … in the County of Louisa containing by survey 104 and 1/2 acres … part of a tract of land purchased by John Mayo …
Signed: Francis Nelson, Carter Berkley, Dudley Diggs Jr, commissioners
Wit: Cornelius D Chisholm, Matthew Anderson, Nelson C Pulliam
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1814 Mar 10 – Cornelius Chisholm and wife to Robert Coleman, bk M, p 280. Louisa Co, Va
… between Cornelius D Chisholm and Elizabeth Chisholm his wife of the County of Louisa and State of Virginia of the one part and Robert Coleman of the County of Hanover and state afsd of the other part …. in consideration of the sum of 1180 dollars … to him the said Cornelius D Chisholm in hand paid by the said Robert Coleman … confirm unto the said Robert Coleman … land situate … in the County of Louisa .. on the waters of Taylors Creek and containing … 248 and 3/4 acres … bounded … in the middle of Christmasses Road … with Charles Colley … to a corner ash with the said Colley and Thomas Chisholm … oak stump corner with William Henderson … with the said Henderson and William Thomas thence N … to a stake corner with the said Thomas and Goodwin or Mayo … 78 acres of which tract of land are holden in trust according to the will of Walter Chisholm Jr for a mulatto woman named Betty subject to whose interest this conveyance is made … all the right title interest and claim which the said Cornelius D Chisholm now has …. in the property real and personal now holden in trust according to the will of Walter Chisholm Jr decd for the benefit of the mulatto woman Betty aforementioned … any right or claim which the said Cornelius D Chisholm now has … subject Col John Mayo of Richmond who sold the said tract of land to Walter Chisholm Jr decd …
Signed: Cornelius D Chisholm, Elizabeth Chisholm
Wit: William Cocke, William Thomas, Lance Foster.
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1814 Apr 19 – David Chisholm fr Carter Berkeley etc, commr, bk M, p 390. Louisa Co, Va
… whereas by a decree of the Chancery Court for the District of Williamsburg held at the former Capitol in the said city on the 25th day of April 1812 it was adjudged ordered and decreed that Francis Nelson, Carter Berkley, Dudley Diggs Jr, William Smith, and Nathan Anderson or any 3 of them should advertise and sell for case at public auction certain lands to raise a sum of money in said decree mentioned in which said suit Anne Tompkins widow of Charles Tompkins was complt and John Mayo and others were defendants. And whereas by virtue of said decree Francis Nelson, Carter Berkley and Dudley Diggs Jr three of the afsd commissioners did sell certain lands and made then report to the Honorable Chancery Court for the Dist of Williamsburg and the said Court on ___ of July 1813 did decree that the said that the said commisioners should execute deeds without warranty to the said purchasers of the said lands upon purchasers paying up the amount of their respective purchase money … we … afsd commissioners did … execute a deed to David Chisholm bearing date the 6th day of Aug 1813 for a tract or parcel of land … in the County of Louisa containing 104 and 1/2 acres of land … which quantity of land ought to have been 184 and 1/2 acres. … satisfied of the error which has been made in the afsd deed bearing date the 6th Aug 1813 by reference to the report of their proceedings in that business and being desirous of correcting the said error for and in consideration of the premises afsd and for the further consideration of the sum of 1 dollar to them in hand paid at and before the sealing and deliver … acquit to the said Chisholm … unto the said Chisholm .. 80 acres of land being the balance that ought to have been conveyed of that tract … in the County of Louisa containing 184 and 1/2 acres … purchased by John Mayo the elder … to the said David Chisholm ….. this 19th day of April 1814.
Signed: Francis Neson, Carter Berkeley, Dudley Diggs Jr, commissioners
Wit: Thomas Chisholm, Robert Coleman, William Cocke
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1814 Sept 6 – David Chisholm to Lancelot Foster, bk M, p 423. Louisa Co, Va
… between David Chisholm of Chester County and State of South Carolina of the one part and Lancelot Foster of the County of Louisa and State of Va of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 256 pounds 3 shillings and 3 pence … paid by the said Lancelot Foster … deliver unto the said Lancelot Foster … land … in the County of Louisa … on Newfound River containing … 189 and 3/4 acres … bounded … at Bougham’s corner … in Christmas Road now Sim’s corner … to Plants’ upper corner … on the Hanover Road … to Dugins line …
Signed: David Chisholm
Wit: John Waddy Jr, Thomas Chisholm, William Thomas, Robert Coleman
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1815 Jan 2 (Will Written) – Last Will and Testament of David Chisholm, Chester County, South Carolina
… Item I give to my relation Suprey Chisholm 500 dollars …
… Item I give unto my Neace Patrey Dabney Chisholm the youngest daughter of my brother Thomas by his first wife 500 dollars …
… Item I give unto my sister Ann Colley 20 dollars …
… Item I give to my brother Thomas Chisholme all my estate not heretofore given …
… Lastly I appoint my brother Thomas Chisholm and my friend William C Beckham my executors …
Signed this 2d day of January 1815 ….
Signed: David Chisholm
South Carolina Will Transcripts, 1782-1868; Author: Wates, Wylma Anne; Probate Place: Chester, South Carolina. Apt. 11, pkg 186.
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1815 Sept 8 – Thomas Chisholm fr Peter Fayssoux, bk R, p 213. Chester Co, SC
… I Peter Fayssoux of the Dist of Chester … in the consideration of the sum of 3200 dollars to me paid by Thomas Chisholme of Louisa County State of Virginia have granted …. sell and release unto the said Thomas Chisholme … land being a part and made up of three distinct and several original tracts, the one orignally granted to Alexander Brown by the Gov of North Carolina on the 29 day of April 1768 and conveyed by the attorney of said Brown to Joseph Lyon on the 5th day of Sept 1788 and by said Lyon to Robert Harper on the 29th of January 1791. The second conveyed by Terrence Fry to William & Thornton Stringfellow on the 18 day of July 1811. The third originally granted to Robert Harper and others and conveyed by Robert Harper to Moses Harper situate lying and being on both sides of the South Fork of Fishing Creek containing 420 acres …. bounded and described in the following manner … bound on Thomas Neely’s land … corner on William Milling’s land … to a red oak at Old North Carolina Corner … on the West side of the Creek thence up the Creek … to an ash on Strigler’s land … to Mill’s line …
Signed: Peter Fayssoux
Wit: William Stringfellow, John E Gunning, Theodore Randell
… Rebecca A Fayssoux the wife of … Peter Fayssoux … relinquished her right of dower ….
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1815 November 6 – Thomas Chisholm fr Charles Colley, etal, bk S, p 37. Chester Co, SC
… The State of Virginia Hanover County – Know all men … that we Charles Colley and Ann Colley his wife of the County of Hanover and State afsd in consideration of 2500 dollars to us paid by Thomas Chisholme of the County of Louisa and State afsd have granted … sell and release unto the said Thomas Chisholme that moiety parcel or 1/2 a tract or plantation of land being the moiety or 1/2 of the several tracts of land purchased by David Chisholme in his life time of James Wylie, Duncan Wylie, and William Bradford whereon the said David Chisholme resided when he died … all which tracts join each other and make one tract or body of land supposed to contain in the whole 930 acres or thereabout … known by the name of Mount Calvary situate lying and being on the waters of Rockey Creek about 6 miles from Chester Court House in the District of Chester and State of South Carolina of which said Tract of Land the said David Chisholme died intestate by which said intestacy the said Charles Colley and Ann Colley his wife became entitled to the said moiety or 1/2 of the said tract of land by descent in her right as being the next of kin of the said Chisholme deceased
Signed: Charles Colley, Ann Colley
Wit: Robert Coleman, David R Jones, Henry H Jones, Thomas Jones, Alexander Morrow, S. Chisholme, W W Cooke, Garland T Waddy
State of Virginia Hanover County
Personally came before me Justice of the Peace for said County Robert Coleman and made oath that he saw Charles Colley and Ann Colley his wife assign and acknowledge the annexed deed of conveyance to Thomas Chisholme and that he also saw William Cooke and Garland T Waddy assign their names as witness to the said deed of conveyance. Signed: Robert Coleman. Before And. Bowles, JP
… On Nov 10, 1815 in Hanover Co, Va,  Ann Colley relinquished her right of dower
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1815 Nov 6 – Thomas Chisholm fr Charles Colley, etal, bk S, p 471-473. Chester Co, SC
… The State of Virginia, Hanover County … we Charles Colley and Ann Colley his wife of the County of Hanover and State of Virginia afsd in consideration of 2500 dollars to us paid by Thomas Chisholme of the County of Louisa …. sell and release unto the said Thomas Chisholme that moiety parcel or 1/2 of a tract or plantation of land being the moiety or 1/2 of the several tracts of land purchased by David Chisholme in his life time of James Wylie, Duncan Wylie, and William Bradford whereon the said David Chisholme resided when he died all which tracts join each other and make one tract or body of land supposed to contain in the whole 930 acresknown by the name of Mounty Calvary … on the waters of Rocky Creek about 6 miles from Chester Court House in the District of Chester and State of South Carolina of which said tract of land the said David Chisholme died intestate by which said intestacy the said Charles Colley and Ann Colley his wife became entitled to the said moiety or one half of the said tract of land by descent in her right as being next of kin of the said Chisholme deceased
Signed: Charles Colley, Ann Colley
Wit: Robert Coleman, David R Jones, Henry H Jones, Thomas Jones, Alexander Morrow, S Chisholme, William Cooke, Garland T Waddy
State of Virginia Hanover County
Personally came before me a Justice of the Peace for said County, Robert Coleman and made oath that he saw Charles Colley and Ann Colley his wife assign and acknowledge the annexed deed … to Thomas Chisholme … and that he also saw William Cooke and Garland T Waddy assign their names as witness to the said Deed of Conveyance. Signed: Robert Coleman. Before And. Bowles, JP
The State of Virginia County of Hanover
I Benjamin Burch one of the Justices of the Peace of said County do hereby certify unto all .. that Ann Colley the wife of the within named Charles Colley did this day appear … privately and separately examined by me did declare that she does freely voluntarily and without any compulsion ….. relinquish unto the within named Thomas Chisholme all her interest and estate and inheritance and also all her right and claim of dower … 15th day of December 1818. Signed: Ann Colley. Benj Burch, JP
(Deed repeated in Fairfield Court House, SC on the 15th of December 1818 – same language as above done in Hanover County, Va)
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1815 Nov 10 – Thomas Chisholm and wife to William Cocke, bk M, p 656. Louisa Co, Va
… between Thomas Chisholm and Elizabeth M his wife of the County of Louisa and State of Virginia of the one part and William Cocke of the County and State and said of the other part … that the sd Thomas Chisholm and Elizabeth M his wife for and in consideration of the sum of 2244 dollars … paid by him the sd William Cocke … confirm unto him the sd William Cocke … land … partly in the County of Lousa and artly in Hanover and bounded as follows … at the SW corner of Edmund C Goodwins meadow … on the bank of Jumping Swamp … corner with Charles Colley … unto Mayo’s line … on Mrs Henderson’s line … in Mr Cocks field … containing by estimation 289 acres …
Signed: Thomas Chisholme, Elizabeth Chisholme
… it is … understood … the within indenture and said to be a straight line from the said Red Oak to the beginning is in dispute between the within named Thomas Chisholme and David Jones Sr …. the sd Thomas Chisholme and the within named William Cocke … that the sd Thomas Chisholme is to be in no manner responsible to the said Cocke for the manner in which the said line may … be decided to run …
Signed: Thomas Chisholme, William Cocke.
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1816 Jan 5 – David Chisholm Of Chester District, Will Typescript (Mss Will: Estate Record Book F, Page 115; Estate Packet: Apt 11, Pkg 186) (2 Frames).
People in this record: Beckham, William C.; David Chisholm; Suprey Chisholm; Patrice Dabney Chisholm; Thomas Chisholm; Ann Colley
Places in this record: Chester District
Date: 1/5/1816. Series: South Carolina Will Transcripts (Microcopy No 9) (S108093)
Document Type: Will (Typescript). Images: Online
Identifiers: Archives ID: Series: S108093 Reel: 0006 Frame: 00423 Item: 000
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1816 Nov 7 – Thomas Chisholm fr William Nelson, bk S, p 85. Chester Co, SC
… I William Nelson of the District of Chester in the State afsd for and in consideration of 750 dollars to me paid by Thomas Chisholme of the said District of Chester … sell and release unto the said Thomas Chisholme all these two tracts or parcels of land situate on Rocky Creek and the waters thereof in the District and State afsd on which I now live and occupy the first being a tract originally granted to me the 4th day of June 1787 for 154 acres said to be bounded at the time of the survey on …. North on Lard Burn’s NW on James Bishop, N on Michael Dickson, E on Charles Miller, NE and SE and SW on vacant land … resurvey appears to contain 239 acres agreeable to a plat thereof certified by John McCreary Depty Surv the 18 of Oct 1816 excluding that part that lies near the Creek at W corner that has been already conveyed away … the other part being a pied or parcel of land conveyed to me by William Milling for 100 acres but by said resurvey … 159 acres … being part of a grant to John McClure for 250 acres as referenced to the sd plats and grants …
Signed: William Nelson
Wit: William W Nelson, Jo. McCreary
… Mary Nelson the wife of the within named William Nelson … relinquised her right of dower …
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1816 Dec 6 – Thomas Chisholme, Plat For 54 Acres On Rockey Creek, Chester District, Surveyed By John Mccreary.
People in this record: Thomas Chisholme; Mcclure, John; Mccreary, John; Mills, John; Neilson, William; Wiley, William
Places in this record: Catawba River; Chester District; Rocky Creek
Date: 12/6/1816. Series: State Plat Books (Columbia Series) (S213192)
Document Type: Plat. Images: Available at SCDAH building or by order. See How to search menu.
Identifiers: Archives ID: Series: S213192 Volume: 0044 Page: 00310 Item: 003
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1816 Dec 6 Thomas Chisholme 54 acre plat on Rockey Cr in Chester Dist SC

1816 Dec 6 Thomas Chisholme 54 acre plat on Rockey Cr in Chester Dist SC

1817 – Crank, Stephen, Petition Asking To Be Exonerated From The Penalty Of Having Brought Certain Slaves Into The State From Virginia, When He Moved To Establish A Plantation In This State. (4 Pages)
People in this record: Aneka (Slave); Any (Slave); Thomas Chisholm; Crank, Stephen; Jack (Slave); Maria (Slave)
Places in this record: Chester District; Goochland County, Va; Virginia
Topics in this record: Slaves, Importation; Slaves, Named
Date: 1817. Series: Petitions to the General Assembly (S165015)
Document Type: Petition. Images: Online
Identifiers: Archives ID: Series: S165015 Year: 1817 Item: 00177 ignore: 000
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1817 March 25 – Crank, Stephen, Petition Asking To Be Exonerated From The Penalty Of Having Brought Certain Slaves Into The State From Virginia, When He Moved To Establish A Plantation In This State. (2 Pages; Oversize)
People in this record: Aneka (Slave); Any (Slave); Thomas Chisholm; Crank, Stephen; Jack (Slave); Maria (Slave)
Places in this record: Chester District; Goochland County, Va; Virginia
Topics in this record: Slaves, Importation; Slaves, Named
Date: 3/25/1817. Series: Petitions to the General Assembly (S165015)
Document Type: Petition. Images: Online
Identifiers: Archives ID: Series: S165015 Year: 1817 Item: 00176 ignore: 000
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1817 Dec 4 – Suprey Chisholm fr Thomas Chisholm, bk S, p 265. Chester Co, SC
… I Thomas Chisholm of Chester District … in consideration of the sum of 4000 dollars … paid by Suprey Chisholm of the same District and State … sell and relase unto the said Suprey Chisholm … land containing 420 acres … situate on the South fork of Fishing Creek in the District of Chester … composed of three several and distinct grants one originally granted to Alexander Brown the 29 day of April 1778 by the Govt of North Carolina and by the attorney of the sd Alexander Brown conveyed to Joseph Lyon on the 5th day of Sept 1788 and by said Lyon to Robert Harper on 29 Jan 1791 the second conveyd by Terrence Fry to William and Thornton Stringfellow on the 18 day of July 1811 the third held by Robert Harper and conveyed by Robert Harper to Moses Harper bounded and described as follows, viz: at a hickory corner on Neely’s land … post oak corner on William Milling’s land … to a pine on William Milling’s land … to a red oak Old North Carolina Corner … past a marked pine to Mill’s line … being conveyed by Peter F Faysoux to the said Thomas Chisholme by deed bearing date the 8th day of September 1815. …
Signed: Thomas Chisholme
Wit: John Boyd, John Neely, James Lilly
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1818 June 13 – Thomas Chisholm fr James Wallace, bk S, p 378. Chester Co, SC
… I James Wallace of Chester Dist … in consideration of 1100 dollars to me paid by Thomas Chisholme of Chester District … sell and release unto the said Thomas Chisholme all that plantation or tract of land containing 125 acres … in the District of Chester in the South fork of Fishing Creek bounding on the North and West by lands formerly claimed by Craft and on the East by lands formerly owned by Thomas Davis … at a post oak Craft’s corner … to a black jack Daniel Davis’ corner … originally granted to John Davis Sr decd by the Gov of North Carolina and became vested in John Davis Jr as heir at law of the said John Davis Sr and by the said John Davis Jr conveyed to the said James Wallis …
Signed: James Wallace
Wit: William Stringfellow, S Chisholme, John R Buford.
… appeared … Suprey Chisholme and made oath that he saw James Wallace sign … and that he with William Stringfellow and John Buford … witnessed the deed. Signed: S Chisholme – June 30, 1818.
… Sarah Wallace the wife of the within named James Wallace did … relinquish her right of dower … July 7, 1818. Signed: Sarah Wallace.
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1819 Nov – Thomas Chisholm fr Thomas McKean, bk T, p 91. Chester Co, SC
… Deed 100 acres

1820 US Census Chester, SC Name: Thomas Chisholm
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Chester, Chester, South Carolina
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 45 and over: 2
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 3
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 26 thru 44: 1
Slaves – Males – Under 14: 13
Slaves – Males – 14 thru 25: 5
Slaves – Males – 26 thru 44: 4
Slaves – Males – 45 and over: 2
Slaves – Females – Under 14: 12
Slaves – Females – 26 thru 44: 4
Slaves – Females – 45 and over: 4
Number of Persons – Engaged in Agriculture: 17
Number of Persons – Engaged in Manufactures: 1
Free White Persons – Under 16: 6
Free White Persons – Over 25: 3
Total Free White Persons: 11
Total Slaves: 44
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 55
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Chester, Chester, South Carolina; Page: 26; NARA Roll: M33_120; Image: 112
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1820 Nov – Thomas Chisholm fr William Milling Sr, bk T, p 323. Chester Co, SC
… Deed 161 and 1/2 acres

1821 Sept – Thomas Chisholm to William Bradford, bk T, p 495. Chester Co, SC
… Deed 24 acres

1821 Sept – Thomas Chisholm fr William Bradford, bk T, p 494. Chester Co, SC
… Deed 24 acres

1825 Oct 31 – Name: Thomas Chisholm (11 pages) Last Will and Probate
Probate Date: 31 Oct 1825
Probate Place: Chester, South Carolina, USA
Inferred Death Year: 1825
Inferred Death Place: South Carolina, USA
Case Number: 166
Item Description: Probate Files, File No. 9-12; Package No. 136-213
Will of Thomas Chisholm (summary)
… I Thomas Chisholm of Rockey Creek in District of Chester, Planter …this my Last Will and Testament …
… my son Cornelius D Chisholm and his wife Elizabeth and the children which he now has or which he may hereafter have lawfully begotten … the plantation …. whereon Cornelius Chisholm now lives … on the waters of Fishing Creek containing 135 acres … my daughter in law Elizabeth Chisholm
… my daugther Mary A Crank … land whereon she now lives … benefit of herself and husband … containing 300 acres … purchased of William Nelson … at the decease of Mary A Crank and Stephen Crank the said land to be sold and the proceeds thereof to be equally divided between the children of the said Mary A Crank …
… to daughters Susannah C Chisholm, Mary A Crank and Patsey D Waddy each 100 dollars …
… beloved wife Elizabeth M during her natural life 450 acres of the plantation … whereon I now live
… my son Thomas H G Chisholm … balance of the tracts of land whereon I now live …
… my son William D Chisholm … at the decease of my wife the 450 acresland …
… my daughters Elizabeth Jane Chisholm, Theo Harriett Chisholm, Sarah Daved Chisholm, and Phoebe Matilda Chisholm … one likely negroe betwix the age of 10 and 15 years made equal in value
… my six youngest children … Thomas H G Chisholm, William D Chisholm, Elizabeth Jane Chisholm, Theo Hariett Chisholm, Sarah D Chisholm, and Phoebe Matilda Chisholm …
… appoint my loving wife Elizabeth M Chisholm executrix and William Stringfellow and James McClure Esqr executors …
Signed: Thomas Chisholm
Wit: John Dunovant, J F Woods, William McClure, James Douglas
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