1781 Suprey Chisholm b abt 1781 of Hanover and Louisa Counties, Va and Chester Co, SC

Suprey Chisholm b abt 1781 of Hanover and Louisa Counties, Va and Chester Co, SC m. Susanna C (MNU)

Parents:

Children:

  • David Chisholm 1805–
  • Thomas D. Chisholm 1808–
  • Sarah Chisholm 1812–
  • Susannah Chisholm 1815–
  • Adam Chisholm 1818–
  • Martha Ann Chisholm 1821–1895
  • Suprey Chisholm 1825–1891

Siblings:

Other State and County Pages:

FACTS and SOURCES: 

1800 June 19 – Louisa Co, Va – Virginia Chancery Causes: Nathan Anthony v David Chisholm, 1819-013. Louisa Co, Va.
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1803 June 2 – David Chisholm and Walter Chisholm Jr Sher Order in the Clerks Office of Dist Court in Richmond. We command you that of the Goods and Chattles of David Chisholme otherwise called David Chisholme heir to John Chisholme decd, and Walter Chisholme Junr in your bailiwick, you cause to be made 47 pounds, 3 shillings and 6 pence … which Nathan Anthony late in our Court of Hanover County hath recovered against the said David Chisholme and Walter Chisholme Junr …
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1803 Oct 1 – Suprey Chisholm made oathe … that he left in the dwelling house of Nathan Anthony on this day a true copy of the within notice.
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1803 Oct 10 – The Answer of David Chisholm to the Bill of Injunction exhibited against him by Nathan Anthony in the County Court of Louisa in Chancery sitting.
… that no such judgment as that which is stated to have been rendered in the Court of Hanover against this defendant on behalf of Nathan Anthony was ever tendered nor has a writ or any other process been served on this Defendant in the said suit, that the judgment afforesaid was obtained against David Chisholm Jr, the son of this defendant; the writ was served on him, his property was taken in execution; and he gave the forthcoming bond, with Walter Chisholm Jr as his security; and the affidavit of Thomas Price the Deputy Sher, hereto annexed and prayed to be made part of this Answer, will prove that the writ was served on David Chisholm Jr and that he never served any writ on this Defendant … Affidavit of Thomas Price Jr. – sayeth that he acted as a Deputy Sheriff in the County of Hanover in the year 1800 …. writ in his possession which issued from the County Court of Hanover, baring date 19 day of June 1800, Nathan Anthony against David Chisholme, otherwise called David Chisholm heir to John Chisholm decd, which said writ this deponent served on David Chisholme Junr, the son of David Chisholm … I never served any writ on old Mr David Chisholm on account of Nathan Anthony, nor other person while I acted as DS in Hanover County. Signed: Thomas Price Jr.
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1805 May 14 – The Answer of William Higgason admin of David Chisholm Senr decd to a Bill of Injunction depending in the County Court of Louisa of Nathan Anthony complainant and the said Chisholm respondent and since revived against this Deft as admst afsd who for answer saith that as to the facts stated in the Complts bill on the said Chisholm’s answer he knows nothing of his own knowledge relative to the same, but for further and full evidence he begs leave to refer to the answer of the said Chisholm and the affidavit of Thomas Price which he prays may be annexed to and considered as a part of this his answer both of which he has every reason to believe are true – and prays to be … dismissed with his costs.
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1809 June 3 – City of Richmond. Suprey Chisholme personally appeared before me a Justice of the Peace … and made Oath that the notice which the with annexed is a true copy of was by him left in the Dwelling house of the sd Nathan Anthony by puting it under the front door of his dwelling house in the most publick room …. and he further saith that he this deponent saw the sd Nathan Anthony a five days after delivering the notice and sd Anthony observed, that some danmed rascal had left a notice in his house alluding to the one I left of which the above annexed one is a true copy of.
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1806 Hanover County, Va. Personal Tax Lists
David Chisholm 1 tithe, 2 slaves over 12, 7 slaves over 16, 7 horses
Alexander Chisholm 2 tithes, 3 slaves over 16, 3 horses
Walter Chisholm 1 tithe, 4 slaves over 12, 10 slaves over 16, 7 horses
Suprey Chisholm 1 tithe, 1 horse
Personal property tax lists, 1804-1807, 1809-1824.
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1811 March 15 – David Chisholm fr James Wylie, bk P, p 29. Chester Co, SC
… I James Wylie of said District and State, for and in consideration of 3250 dollars to me paid by David Chisholm of Chester District planter … sell and release unto the said David Chisholm a certain plantation of land containing 821 acres situate on the waters of Rocky Creek in the District of Chester including several grants and parts of grants, viz one originally granted to Robert McCreary for 100 acres bearing date the 3d day of May 1764 and a tract originally granted to Elisibeth White for 100 acres dated the 12 day of Aug 1768, and 54 acres conveyd by William Wylie to the said James Wylie and 25 acres conveyed by David Morrow to the said James Wylie and 165 acres granted to said James Wylie and part of a tract conveyed by Samuel Erwin to said James Wylie originally granted to Philip Sandipher – and to contain the whole of the land as described in the annexed Platt …
Signed: James Wylie
Wit: Suprey Chisholme, Alexander Wylie, P J Wylie
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1813 Dec 4 – Suprey Chisholm to John Boyd Sr, bk U, p 122. Chester Co, SC
… I Suprey Chisholme of the State and District afsd have bargained and sold unto John Boyd Sr of said State and District one negro man Sam about 22 years old for and in consideration of the sum of 600 dollars to me in hand well and truly paid the above negro Sam I warrant to be sound and sound property and will forever defend against myself claiming or to claim sd property unto John Boyd Sr his heirs and assigns forever given under my hand and seal this 4th day of Dec 1813.
Signed: Suprey Chisholm for D Chisholme
Test: William Boyd
South Carolina Chester District
William Boyd appeard and made oath that he saw Suprey Chisholm sign and seal the within Bill of Sale for David Chisholme for the uses and purposes therein mentioned and that he signed as an evidence thereto. Signed: William Boyd Jr.
Sworn to and signed March 8, 1822 before me J Rosborough, QQ,
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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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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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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 Mar 12 – Suprey Chisholm fr John Neely, bk U, p 532. Chester Co, SC
… State of South Carolina … The above plat doth represent a tract of land containing 8 and a half acres situate in said State in Chester District on the Waters of Fishing Creek it being … section of a certain tract of land originally granted unto Christopher Strong now the property of John Neely and at the request of John Neely and Suprey Chisholm I have admeasured and laid of the above unto the said Suprey Chisholme surveyed March 12, 1819.
Signed: Thomas Reed, DS
State of South Carolina
Know all men … I John Neelly of Chester District in the State afsd waggon maker in consideration of the sum of 255 dollars to me paid by Suprey Chisholme of the afsd State and District merchant have granted … sell and release unto the said Suprey Chisholme all that tract of land containing 8 and 1/2 acres … on the Waters of Fishing Creek … it being a small SW section of a certain tract of land originally granted unto Christopher Strong and by him it was conveyed unto the Reverend William Blackstock thence it was conveyed unto Thomas Neely now deceased and by him it was conveyed unto the said John Neely and the said 8 and 1/2 acres are laid off as follows … the SW corner of the said original survey … to a post oak old corner of said S Chisholme’s land …
Signed: John Neely
Wit: Robert G Mills, George H Neely
… Rachel Neely the wife of the within named John Neely did …. relinquish unto the within named Suprey Chisholme … all her interest and estate and also all her right and claim of dower … this 17 day of Jany 1824 … Signed: Rachel Neely.
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1819 May 4 – Millen, John, Plat For 513 Acres On Fishing Creek, Chester District, Surveyed By Charles Boyd.
People in this record: Boyd, Charles; Boyd, David; Supry Chisholm; Davis, John B.; Gaston, Joseph; Gill, George; Gill, Samuel; Millen, John; Milling, William
Places in this record: Chester District; Fishing Creek
Date: 5/4/1819. 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: 0046 Page: 00072 Item: 001
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1819 Dec 11 – Wylie, Adam, Plat For 16.5 Acres On Fishing Creek, Chester District, Surveyed By Thomas Reid.
People in this record: Boyd, Charles; Suprey Chisolm; Crawford; Mcfadden, Thomas; Pagen, Mrs.; Reid, Thomas; Wylie, Adam
Places in this record: Chester District; Fishing Creek
Date: 12/11/1819. Series: State Plat Books (Columbia Series) (S213192)
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Identifiers: Archives ID: Series: S213192 Volume: 0046 Page: 00234 Item: 001
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1820 US Census Chester, SC Name: Suprey Chisholm
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Chester, Chester, South Carolina
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 15: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 2
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 3
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 26 thru 44: 1
Slaves – Males – Under 14: 7
Slaves – Males – 14 thru 25: 3
Slaves – Females – Under 14: 2
Slaves – Females – 14 thru 25: 7
Slaves – Females – 45 and over: 1
Number of Persons – Engaged in Agriculture: 12
Number of Persons – Engaged in Commerce: 1
Number of Persons – Engaged in Manufactures: 2
Free White Persons – Under 16: 7
Free White Persons – Over 25: 3
Total Free White Persons: 12
Total Slaves: 20
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 32
1820 U S Census; Census Place: Chester, Chester, South Carolina; Page: 1; NARA Roll: M33_120; Image: 87
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1821 Sept – Suprey Chisholm fr Elizabeth Chisholm, bk T, p 497. Chester Co, SC
… I John Roseborough a Justice of the Quorum in and for the District of Chester do hereby certify unto all whom it may concern that Elizabeth Chisholm the wife of the within named Thomas Chisholme did this day appear before me and upon being privately and seperately examined by me did declare that she does freely and voluntarily and without any compulsion dread or fear of any person or persons whomsoever renounced release and forever relinquish unto the within named Suprey Chisholm his heirs and assigns all her interest and estate and also all her right and claim of dower of in or to all and singular the premises within metioned and released. Given under my hand this — day of September Anno Dom 1821. Signed: Elizabeth Chisholm
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1822 Nov 18 – Suprey Chisholm fr Thomas McFadden, bk W, p 5. Chester Co, SC
… I Thomas McFadden of Chester District in the State afsd farmer in consideration of the sum of 60 dollars … paid by Suprey Chisolme of the affsd state and Dist farmer … sell and release unto the said Suprey Chisholm … land containing 8 acres ... in said State and Dist on the Waters of Fishing Creek … a small SW section of a certain tract of land adjoining the said Chisholm’s land on the NW side of the said Chisholmes land .. at a large hickory corner that stand in the road below Chisholmes Macheene House … corner of the fence where Charles Boyd’s road takes of from the Meeting House Road …
Signed: Thomas McFadden
Wit: John Neely, John Dunlap, James D Crawford.
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1830 Apr 2 – Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, Virginia) – pg 4 – In Chancery. – In Hanover County Court, Jan 27, 1830.
Garland T Waddy and Patsy D his wife, formerly Patsy D Chisholme, and the said Garland T Wadd, as administrator de bonus non, with the will annexed, of Walter Chisholme, jr. dec’d, Pltfs,
against
Cornelius D Chisholme, Mary A Crank, and her husband Stephen Crank, Thomas H Chisholme, Elizabeth Jane Babcock, and her husband William R Babcock, Theo. Harriet Chisholme, Sarah D. Chisholme, Phoebe Matilda Chisholme, and William D. Chisholme, the four last of whom are infants under the age of 21 years; David Chisholme, Thomas D Chisholme, Adam Chisholme, Supra Chisholme, Sarah Chisholme, Susanna Chisholme, and Martha Chisholme, the five last of whom are also infants under the age of 21 years, and Meriel H C Boyer, Defts.
This day came as well the Plaintiffs as Defendant, Meriel H C Boyer, by their counsel, and the bill and answer of the said defendant, Meriel H C Boyer, being filed, Philip B Winston is appointed guardian ad litem to the infant defendants, Theo. Harriet, Sarah D, Phoebe Matilda, William D, Adam, Supra, Sarah, Susanna, and Martha Chisholme, for the special purpose of defending them in this suit; and the said defendants Cornelius D Chisholme, Mary A Crank and her husband Stephen Crank, Thomas H Chisholme, Elizabeth Jane Babcock and her husband William R Babcock, Theo. Harriet, Sarah D, Phoebe, Matilda, William D, David, Thomas D, Adam, Supra, Sarah, Susanna, and Martha Chisholme not having entered their appearance and given security according to the act of Assembly, and the rules of this court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that they are not inhabitants of this Commonwealth: on the motion of the plaintiffs, it is ordered that they appear here on the first day of April Court next, and answer the plaintiff’s said bill; and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in the Enquirer, a newspaper published in the City of Richmond for two months successively; and that another copy be posted at the front door of the courthouse of this county. A copy. Teste, Philip B Winston, C H C. Feb 9. 96 w8w $8.50.
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1834 Feb 3 – Last Will and Testament of Suprey Chisholm
Residence Date: Abt 1834
Residence Place: Chester
Will Date: 3 Feb 1834
Probate Date: 3 Feb 1834
Probate Place: Chester, South Carolina, USA
Inferred Death Year: 1834
Inferred Death Place: South Carolina, USA
Item Description: Index and Will, Vol 1-2, Books A-M, 1789-1839
Others Listed Relationship
Suprey Chisholm
Sarah – Daughter
Susannah – Daughter
Martha – Daughter
Scylla – Slave
David – Son
Thomas – Son
Adam – Son
Suprey – Son
R G Mills – Executor
South Carolina Will Transcripts, 1782-1868; Author: Wates, Wylma Anne; Probate Place: Chester, South Carolina
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1835 Oct 6 – Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, Virginia) – pg 4 – In Chancery. In Hanover Court, Virginia
David I Saunders, admin of Walter Chisholm Sr, decd pltf v Hugh Chisholm, Nimrod R Chisholm, Walter Chisholm, Russell Chisholm, Jane Apperson, who before her marriage was Jane Chisholm, Nancy Hayden who before her marriage was Jane Chisholm, and Sally Chisholm, which said Hugh, Nimbrod R, Walter, Russell, Jane, Nancy and Sally are sons and daughters of the said Walter Chisholm Sr decd, and Catharine Chisholm, the daughter of Catharine Gray, who was Catharine Chisholm, and the children and distributees of Supra Chisholm dec, which said Catharine, last named, and Supra were also children of the said Walter Chisholm Sr decd. Defts.
On the motion of the pltf by counsel Philip B Winston is specially assigned guardian ad litem for the infant defendants, who thereupon filed their answer and the order of publication in this cause, as to the absent defendants having been duly executed, this cause this day came on to be heard on the papers filed, and was argued by counsel: upon consideration whereof the court doth adjudge, order and decree, that David I Saunders, who is appointed a special commissioner for that purpose, do proceed, at the earliest convenient day, to sell at auction the slaves in the bill of the plaintiff mentioned, at Michael R Jones’ Tavern in this county, upon a credit until the falling due of the the bonds formerly taken by him as admin of said decedent (except as to the cost of this suit and to that amount for cash) taking bonds of the purchasers, payable to himself as commissioner as afsd … (continued with advertising by newspaper, etc, for sale).
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See also: 1836 June 21 – Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, Virginia) – page 1 – In Chancery. In Hanover Court, Virginia, January 25, 1836.
David I Saunders, admin of Walter Chisholm Sr, decd pltf v Hugh Chisholm, Nimrod R Chisholm, Walter Chisholm, Russell Chisholm, Jane Apperson, who before her marriage was Jane Chisholm, Nancy Hayden who before her marriage was Jane Chisholm, and Sally Chisholm, which said Hugh, Nimbrod R, Walter, Russell, Jane, Nancy and Sally are sons and daughters of the said Walter Chisholm Sr decd, and Catharine Chisholm, the daughter of Catharine Gray, who was Catharine Chisholm, and the children and distributees of Supra Chisholm dec, which said Catharine, last named, and Supra were also children of the said Walter Chisholm Sr decd. Defts.
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