1800 Joseph Eubanks

Joseph Eubanks b. abt 1800 m. Harriet Dutart b. abt 1809

(Later married Mary Ann Kinney – b. abt 1816 – d. 1901)

Parents: (Not confirmed)

John Eubanks b. abt 1760 m. ?  (John Eubanks as father of Joseph Eubanks is not confirmed yet by any deeds or wills, or any other direct evidence I know of, but can be deduced from the US Census reports and Jackson County, MS taxrolls.  The census and taxroll information are listed below.  John Eubanks’ 1820 US Census indicates he has 2 younger males living with him – one is assumed to be his son James Eubanks – the other appears to be Joseph Eubanks and is the correct age to be Joseph Eubanks (see 1820 US Census below).  

The 1820 Jackson County taxroll only shows father John Eubanks and brother James Eubanks (James appears to have turned the age of majority (considered an adult) 21 years of age in 1819 – his first year he shows up on the taxroll).  Joseph Eubanks shows up for the first time on his own taxroll in 1821 in Jackson County, Mississippi – the year he turned 21 (as his later US Census reports verify his birth year to be 1800).  The taxrolls and US Census reports heavily suggest that John Eubanks is the father of Joseph Eubanks, James Eubanks, and John Eubanks Jr. 

George Eubanks is another possibility as parent of Joseph Eubanks.   I list John Eubanks as my first choice as parent due to Joseph showing up with John Eubanks on the same taxroll in 1821.  

William Eubanks b. 1765 is not likely the parent of Joseph Eubanks – William appears to have died about 1840 in Perry County, Alabama.  The probate paperwork lists his children – many of which that live near Joseph Eubanks (such as Lemuel Eubanks, Burrell Eubanks, William Eubanks Jr, and James Eubanks).  Since Joseph Eubanks is not listed anywhere as an heir, or anywhere else in the probate papers, despite living nearby those listed above, the leads me to believe that Joseph Eubanks is not the child of William Eubanks – if he were an heir, he would have been listed somewhere in the probate papers, especially since Joseph was alive and well at this time – and was not too far away – just one state over.  

Children:

William J. Eubanks 1830–1906
James T. Eubanks 1831–
Francis Asbury Eubanks 1836–1895
Abigail G. Eubanks 1838–1925
Elizabeth Eubanks 1843–
Sarah J. Eubanks 1845–1918
Samuel B. Eubanks 1848–1931
Ellen Eubanks 1851–

Siblings:

John Eubanks Jr. b. abt 1785
James Eubanks b. abt 1793-1797 (This is possibly William Eubanks’ son, James Eubanks – must determine if there were two James Eubanks.  If there are not 2 James Eubanks, then this is most likely William Eubanks’ son).  
Joseph Eubanks b. abt 1800

Francis Eubanks b. abt 1800  (Possibly a son of John Eubanks – he moved to Carroll Co, MS prior to Joseph Eubanks – and according to US Census reports, is age to be an older brother of Joseph Eubanks).

(There are probably other children of John Eubanks who are siblings, but these are the ones that the US Census and taxrolls appear to point towards being his children).  

FACTS and EVENTS:

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Hinds Co, MS FamilySearch.org map.

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Carroll Co, MS FamilySearch.org map.

JOSEPH EUBANKS as an adult:

In 1820, John Eubanks is in Jackson County, MS.  The taxrolls only list John Eubanks Sr.  The 1820 US Census names the head of household as John Eubanks Sr (nearby is his son John Eubanks Jr).  Living in John Eubanks Sr’s home are two adults – that appear to be the age of James Eubanks and Joseph Eubanks.  In John Eubanks Jr’s home is another adult male that appears to be the age of Francis Eubanks.

One year later, in 1821, Joseph Eubanks shows up on the Jackson County, Mississippi taxrolls.  This is the year Joseph Eubanks turned 21 – so the year he became a legal adult (age 21).

Records for Joseph Eubanks disappear from 1822 until 1828 when he gets married in East Feliciana Parish in Louisiana.  Joseph Eubanks shows up on the 1830 US Census in East Feliciana Parish with his bride.

The next record of Joseph Eubanks is found in Hinds County, Mississippi, along with his brother John Eubanks.  It appears Joseph Eubanks’ father must have died some time before 1830 – where only John Eubanks Jr. is listed.  (See records below):

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

1821 Jackson Co MS taxroll w Joseph Eubanks a James Eubanks a John Eubanks marked

1821 Jackson Co MS taxroll w Joseph Eubanks a James Eubanks a John Eubanks marked

1823 Greene Co MS taxrolls with John Eubanks and William Eubanks marked

1823 Greene Co MS taxrolls with John Eubanks and William Eubanks marked

1824 Greene Co MS taxrolls w William Eubanks and Stirling Dupree marked

1824 Greene Co MS taxrolls w William Eubanks and Stirling Dupree marked

1824 Simpson Co MS w John Eubanks marked

1824 Simpson Co MS w John Eubanks marked

1825 Simpson Co MS taxrolls w John Hughbanks marked

1825 Simpson Co MS taxrolls w John Hughbanks marked

1828 Greene Co MS taxrolls w J. Eubanks and Sterling Dupre marked

1828 Greene Co MS taxrolls w J. Eubanks and Sterling Dupre marked

1828 St Stephens Meridian MS plat w John Eubanks a George Eubanks a Sterling Dupree marked snip

1828 St Stephens Meridian MS plat w John Eubanks a George Eubanks a Sterling Dupree marked snip

Marriage records show Joseph Eubanks married Harriet H Dutart in East Feliciana, Louisiana on March 6, 1828.

1828 March 6 – Marriage – Louisiana (East Feliciana).
Name: Joseph Eubanks
Spouse: Harriet H. Dutart
Marriage Date: 6 Mar 1828
Marriage County: East Feliciana

1829 Greene Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks a W Eubanks a Sterling Dupre marked

1829 Greene Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks a W Eubanks a Sterling Dupre marked

A Joseph Eubanks Jr files a patent for a “gin feeder” in Hinds County, MS on July 29, 1828. The filing indicates he is from Barren County, Kentucky. This Joseph Eubanks Jr shows up in US Census in Barren County, KY.
1810 – There are two Joseph Eubanks in KY in 1810. One Joseph Eubank over 45 yrs of age is in the 1810 US Census in Barren County, KY, another Joseph Eubank over 45 yrs of age is in Mason County, KY.
1820 – There is only one Joseph Eubanks in Kentucky – over 45 yrs of age in Barren County, KY.
1830 – There are 5 Joseph Eubanks in Kentucky in 1830. One Joseph Eubanks between the age of 60-69 in Barren, another Joseph Eubanks Jr in Barren Co, KY aged 30-39. Nicholas Kentucky has a Joseph Eubanks 50-59 years of age, and a Joseph Eubanks Jr age 20-29. Finally, one more Joseph Eubanks age 20-29 is in Columbia, Adair, KY.
1840 – There are 3 Joseph Eubanks in Kentucky in 1840. One Joseph Eubanks age 40-49 in Adair Co, KY. One Joseph Eubanks in Barren Co, KY age 70-79, another Joseph Eubanks in Barren Co, KY age 40-49.
1850 – Joseph Eubank b. 1763 is in Barren Co, KY, another Joseph Eubank b. 1798 is in Barren Co, KY.

(NOTE:  The following Joseph Eubanks entry is actually a Joseph Eubanks Jr who lived in Barren Co, KY – he was filing his patent in Hinds Co, MS.  It does not appear this is the same Joseph Eubanks as the one on this page – even though he does have a similar date of birth).   1828 July 29 – Joseph Eubanks to Willis A Bush. Joseph Eubanks Jr did obtain from the office of the United States, on the 29th day of July 1828, a certain improvement called the “Gin Feeder” which patent is recorded in the patent office of the United States. Now know all men, by these presents that I Joseph Eubanks of County of Barren in the State of Kentucky, Invented and Petnentee of the said improvement in the Gin feeder, for an in consideration of divers goods causes and considerations hereunto, me moving, have made constituted, ordained and appointed and by these presents do make, constitute, ordain and appoint Willis A Bush of the County of Barren and State of kentucky, my true and lawful agent, and attorney, for me and in my name, as Inventer and patentee for my use, benefit and behoof, to vend and dispose of said Patent Right, with the privilege of executing repairing and using the same, in and throughout the states of Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, and the Territory of Arkansas, in such way and manner as to the said Willis A Bush, may seem best and most to the interest of him the said Joseph Eubanks Jr., granting, the said Willis A Bush full power and lawful authority, to prosecute in my name and for my use to find judgment and execution all persons who have or may hereafter violate said patent right in said States of Missouri, Mississippi, and Louisana, and Territory of Arkansas, all necessary receipts, to give in my name, to make seal and delivery deeds, to make proper and suitable covenants of warrantee as to title in said right to purchasers and I the said Joseph Eubanks Jr will warrant and defend the said Willis A Bush against all the lawful claims of all persons whatsoever. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 14th day of Sept 1831. Signed: Joseph Eubanks Jr.
Nov 24, 1831 – Joseph Eubank to Saddler Carter and McDaniel in the County of Barren, Kentucky in consideration of 1000 dollars paid by Ethel Saddler, Armstead Carter, and Daniel McDaniel . . . herby grant . . . full and exclusive right of making, constructing, using, and vending to others to be used the “Gin Feeder” with a full understanding that I am entitled to receive one fourth part of the proceeds arising from the sales of rights in each county within the counties of Hinds, Warren, Madison, and Yazoo, excepting two individual rights sold in County of Hinds to E S Head and John A Fairchilds to have and hold the same to them the said Saddler, Carter, and McDaniel their heirs and assigns . . . during the term of 14 years from July 29, 1828 . . . Signed: Joseph Eubank Jr by his agent Willis A Bush. Vol 1, p. 620-622, Hinds Co, MS
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSPC-W3YN-T?i=224&cat=134138
Picture of Patent: http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?PageNum=0&idkey=NONE&SectionNum=3&HomeUrl=&docid=X0005173

The 1830 US Census in East Feliciana, LA shows Joseph Eubanks age 30-39 living with 2 females (one age 20-29, the other age 30-39).

1830 US Census:  Name: Joseph Eubank
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): East Feliciana, Louisiana
Free White Persons – Males – Under 5: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 30 thru 39: 1 (b. 1791-1800)
Free White Persons – Females – 20 thru 29: 1 (b. 1801-1810)
Free White Persons – Females – 30 thru 39: 1 (b. 1791-1800)
Slaves – Males – Under 10: 1
Slaves – Females – 10 thru 23: 1
Slaves – Females – 36 thru 54: 1
Free White Persons – Under 20: 1
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total Slaves: 3
Total – All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 7

1830 East Feliciana Louisiana Census Joseph Eubanks 1male 30-40, 1 male under 5, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 30-40 marked snip

1830 East Feliciana Louisiana Census Joseph Eubanks 1male 30-40, 1 male under 5, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 30-40 marked snip

1830 US Census:  Name: John Dutart
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): East Feliciana, Louisiana
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 20 thru 29: 1 (born btw. 1801 to 1810)
Free White Persons – Males – 50 thru 59: 1 (born btw. 1771 to 1780)
Free White Persons – Females – 40 thru 49: 1 (born btw. 1781 to 1790)
Slaves – Males – 10 thru 23: 2
Slaves – Males – 24 thru 35: 1
Slaves – Males – 36 thru 54: 4
Slaves – Females – 10 thru 23: 2
Slaves – Females – 36 thru 54: 1
Free White Persons – Under 20: 1
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total Slaves: 10
Total – All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 14
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1830 US Census:  Name: John Eubanks
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Hinds, Mississippi
Free White Persons – Males – Under 5: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 30 thru 39: 1 (b. btw. 1791-1800)
Free White Persons – Males – 40 thru 49: 1 (b. btw. 1781-1790)
Free White Persons – Females – 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 20 thru 29: 1 (b. btw. 1801-1810)
Free White Persons – Under 20: 4
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total – All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 7
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1830 US Census Hinds Co MS w John Eubanks marked snip

1830 US Census Hinds Co MS w John Eubanks marked snip

The 1831 Greene Co, MS taxrolls show B. Ewebanks and Wm Ewebanks in that county.

1831 Greene Co MS taxrolls w Burrell Ewebanks and William Ewebanks marked

1831 Greene Co MS taxrolls w Burrell Ewebanks and William Ewebanks marked

The 1831 Hinds Co MS taxrolls show John Eubanks and James Eubanks in that county.

1831 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks a James Eubanks marked

1831 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks a James Eubanks marked

1831 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w Lemuel Eubanks marked

1831 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w Lemuel Eubanks marked

The 1833, 1834, and 1835 Hinds Co, MS taxrolls shows Joseph Eubanks has moved to Hinds County, MS.

1833 Hinds Co, MS taxrolls – John Eubanks, James Eubanks, Joseph Eubanks and Lemuel Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Hinds MS
1833 – Combined
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1833/Combined/11
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1833/Combined/12

1833 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks a James Eubanks a Joseph Eubanks marked

1833 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks a James Eubanks a Joseph Eubanks marked

1833 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w Lemuel Eubanks marked

1833 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w Lemuel Eubanks marked

1834 Hinds Co, MS taxrolls – John Eubanks, and Joseph Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Hinds MS
1834 – Combined
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1834/Combined/9

1834 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks a Joseph Eubanks marked

1834 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks a Joseph Eubanks marked

1835 Hinds Co, MS taxrolls – John Eubanks, and Joseph Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Hinds MS
1835 – Combined
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1835/Combined/9

1835 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks and Joseph Eubanks marked

1835 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w John Eubanks and Joseph Eubanks marked

Joseph Eubanks receives 2 patents for 40 acres of land each in Hinds Co, MS on Sept 21, 1835. His patents are located in Township 5, Range 2 West, directly adjacent to a 40 acre patent awarded to Elizabeth Dutart (mother of Joseph Eubanks’ wife, Harriet).

1835 Sept 21 – Patent for Land:  MS0240__.104 Patentee EUBANKS, JOSEPH  9/21/1835 8146 MS Choctaw 005N – 002W NE¼SW¼ 6 Hinds

1835 Sept 21 – Patent for Land:  MS0260__.414 Patentee EUBANKS, JOSEPH  9/21/1835 9567 MS Choctaw 005N – 002W S½E½SW¼ 6 Hinds

1835 09 21 Joseph Eubanks recd 40 acres Hinds Co MS marked snip

1835 09 21 Joseph Eubanks recd 40 acres Hinds Co MS marked snip

1835 Joseph Eubanks US Land Grant in 1835 - out of office in Hinds County, Miss marked snip

1835 Joseph Eubanks US Land Grant in 1835 – out of office in Hinds County, Miss marked snip

1835 plat map for T5N R2W Joseph Eubanks and Elizabeth Dutart marked snip

1835 plat map for T5N R2W Joseph Eubanks and Elizabeth Dutart marked snip

(Carroll Co, MS:  Deed Book C btw 1836-1840)
(Carroll Co, MS:  Deed Book D appears to be 1840-41)

In 1836 Joseph Eubanks and Elizabeth Dutart sell their land grants located in Township 5, Range 2 west to a William L Jones.

1836 Feb 26 – Joseph Eubanks and Elizabeth Dutart of one part and William L Jones of the second part, all of the County of Hinds, MS. Eubanks and Dutart received $1200 in 2 notes dated Feb 24, 1836, one noted drawn jointly by Jones and Saml C Faulkner, payable to Joseph Eubanks … for a tract of land . . . in the E half of the SW quarter of section 6 and the north half of the east half of the northwest quarter of section 7 in Township No 5 of Range No 2 West . . . Signed: Joseph Eubanks, Elizabeth Dutart. Wits: William M Dutart?, John Summers?. Vol 6, p 607 608. Hinds Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSQQ-J7X4-T?i=748&cat=134138

The 1837 Kemper County, MS taxrolls and census show Joseph Eubanks and Elizabeth Dutart and a William Eubanks living in Kemper County, MS.

1837 Kemper Co, MS taxroll: William Eubanks and Joseph Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Kemper MS
1837 – Combined
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Kemper/1837/Combined/5

1837 Kemper Co MS taxroll w William Eubanks and Joseph Eubanks marked

1837 Kemper Co MS taxroll w William Eubanks and Joseph Eubanks marked

1837 Kemper Co MS census – Jos Eubanks and Elizabeth Dutart
1 male 21 to 45 yrs (b. btw. 1792 and 1816)
4 males under age of 18
1 females over age of 16
3 male slaves
4 female slaves
Mississippi, State and Territorial Census Collection, 1792-1866 for Wm Eubanks
1837 Kemper
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1837 Kemper Co MS census w Jos Eubanks and Elizabeth Dutart marked snip

1837 Kemper Co MS census w Jos Eubanks and Elizabeth Dutart marked snip

1837 Kemper Co MS census – Wm Eubanks
1 male 21 to 45 yrs (b. btw. 1792 and 1816)
2 males under age of 18
1 females over age of 16
3 females under age of 16
3 female slaves
Mississippi, State and Territorial Census Collection, 1792-1866 for Wm Eubanks
1837 Kemper
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1837 Kemper Co MS census w Wm Eubanks marked snip

1837 Kemper Co MS census w Wm Eubanks marked snip

The 1838 Hinds County, MS taxrolls show Joseph Eubanks back in Hinds County, MS.

1838 Hinds Co, MS taxrolls – Burrell Eubanks, Lemuel Eubanks, Joseph Eubanks, and James Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Hinds MS
1838 – Combined
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1838/Combined/24
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1838/Combined/23
http://mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1838/Combined/22

1838 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w Burrell Eubanks a Joseph Eubanks marked

1838 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w Burrell Eubanks a Joseph Eubanks marked

1838 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w James Eubanks marked

1838 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w James Eubanks marked

1838 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w Lemuel Eubanks marked

1838 Hinds Co MS taxrolls w Lemuel Eubanks marked

1838 Oct 11 – Elizabeth Dutart to Williams S Jones . . . executed their joint bond to the said Jones on Feb 26, 1836 for a tract of land described . . . Signed: Elizabeth Dutart. Vol 10, p 312. Hinds Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-9916-J?i=187&cat=134138.

The 1839 Carroll Co, MS Taxrolls show Joseph Eubanks has moved to Carroll Co, MS. A deed transaction in Carroll County shows Joseph Eubanks purchasing 226 acres of land from a W W Waddington located in Township 18, Range 5 E.

1839 Carroll Co, MS taxrolls:  Joseph Eubanks and Francis Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Carroll MS
1839 – Combined
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Carroll/1839/Combined/10

1839 Joseph Eubanks 1839 Carroll Miss taxes marked

1839 Joseph Eubanks 1839 Carroll Miss taxes marked

1839 Jan 2 – Joseph Eubanks and his wife Hariet H Eubanks of one part and William S Jones of the second part . . . Joseph Eubanks and Ann Elizabeth Dutart executed their joint bond to the said Jones on Feb 26, 1836 for a tract of land described . . . Joseph Eubanks warranted to convey land to William S Jones described as. . . Signed: Joseph Eubanks, Harriet H Eubanks. Vol 10, p 312. Hinds Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-9916-J?i=187&cat=134138 pg. 313 picks up here (pages out of order): https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-991N-6?i=193&cat=134138

1839 May 17 – F. Eubanks and wife to Wm. Leflore, pg. 15, (Book D)  Mississippi, Wills and Probate Records, 1780-1982, Carroll General Land Index, 1800-1938    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-S9D5-3?i=28&cat=251956

1839 Dec 18 – Joseph Eubanks from W. W. Waddington.  Land Desc: . . . designated as the East half of the North East quarter of section four in Township 18 Range 5 East and the Northwest quarter of section 3 in Township 18 Range 5 East containing about 226 acres more or less . . .  pg. 603, (Book C) Mississippi, Wills and Probate Records, 1780-1982, Carroll General Land Index, 1800-1938   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-PN86?i=333&cat=251956

In 1840 the Carroll County, MS taxrolls show Joseph Eubanks. The US Census in Carroll Co, MS shows Joseph Eubanks being 40-49 years of age, one female age 30-39 (likely wife Harriet), one female age 50-59 (likely mother in law Elizabeth Dutart), 4 males under 14 years of age, and one female under 5 years of age.

1840 Carroll Co, MS taxroll:  Joseph Eubanks and Francis Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Carroll MS
1840 – Combined
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Carroll/1840/Combined/10

1840 Carroll Co MS taxroll w Joseph Eubanks and Francis Eubanks marked

1840 Carroll Co MS taxroll w Joseph Eubanks and Francis Eubanks marked

1840 US Census:  Name: Elizabeth Dutart
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Carroll, Mississippi
Free White Persons – Males – Under 5: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 40 thru 49: 1 (b. btw. 1791-1800)(Joseph Eubanks?)
Free White Persons – Females – Under 5: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 30 thru 39: 1 (b. btw. 1801-1810)(Harriet Dutart Eubanks?)
Free White Persons – Females – 50 thru 59: 1 (b. btw. 1781-1790) (Elizabeth Dutart – mom/mother in law)
Slaves – Males – Under 10: 1
Slaves – Females – Under 10: 2
Slaves – Females – 24 thru 35: 2
Slaves – Females – 36 thru 54: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 3
Free White Persons – Under 20: 5
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 8
Total Slaves: 6
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 14
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1840 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Elizabeth Dutart marked snip

1840 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Elizabeth Dutart marked snip

On Jan 3, 1840 Joseph Eubanks receives 7 acres from an Allen Garey adjacent to the corner of William Y Collins’ land in Carroll Co, MS.

1840 Jan 3 – Joseph Eubanks from Allen Garey, Land Desc: At the corner of William Y Collins . . . making in content 7 acres . . .  pg. 157, (Book D)  Mississippi, Wills and Probate Records, 1780-1982, Carroll General Land Index, 1800-1938   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-S9DC-1?i=102&cat=251956

On April 11, 1840 Joseph Eubanks appears to take a loan from his mother in law for $2660.00 and places 8 slaves, some livestock, and personal property (household furnishings) as security for this loan from his mother in law.

1840 April 11 – Joseph Eubanks to E. Dutart, in consideration of the sum of two thousand six hundred and sixty dollars paid by Elizabeth Dutart. Joseph Eubanks conveys the following property – 8 negro slaves, viz Tilley aged 40 years, Milly aged 30, Mary age 28, Bill aged 11, Tom aged 7, Cuff aged 5, Violed aged 4, and Jimmy aged 1. Also 4 pair of oxen, and 15 head of horned cattle, five horses and colts, viz on sorrell, one bay, and three gray color, also one gray mule. All the household furnature and farming utinsils, now in use upon the plantation where I am now living in said Carroll County. Condition . . . if Joseph Eubanks shall pay Elizabeth Dutart a fair and reasonable yearly payment for such slaves and property, then Elizabeth Dutart shall allow the property to remain in the possession of Joseph Eubanks . . . Signed: Joseph Eubanks. Wit: William Y Collins, Daniel Griffith.   pg. 240, (Book D)  Mississippi, Wills and Probate Records, 1780-1982, Carroll General Land Index, 1800-1938    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-S9DW-3?i=143&cat=251956

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(Carroll Co, MS:  Deed Book D appears to be 1840-41)
E. Dutart grantor to Jos. Eubanks grantee, pg 240 (Book D)
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Joseph Eubanks appears on the 1841 and 1843 Carroll County, MS taxrolls.

1841 Carroll Co, MS taxrolls:  Joseph Eubanks and F. Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Carroll MS
1841 – Combined
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1841 Carroll Co MS taxroll w Joseph Eubanks marked

1841 Carroll Co MS taxroll w Joseph Eubanks marked

1841 Carroll Co MS taxroll w F Eubanks marked

1841 Carroll Co MS taxroll w F Eubanks marked

1843 Carroll Co, MS, taxroll:  Joseph Eubanks and F. Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Carroll MS
1843 – Personal
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1843 Joseph Eubanks 1843 taxes in Carroll Mississippi marked

1843 Joseph Eubanks 1843 taxes in Carroll Mississippi marked

On Dec 28, 1844 Joseph Eubanks and Harriet H Eubanks, in consideration for $2260 paid by Allen Garey, sells a track of land containing 226 acres to Allen Garey in Carroll Co, MS.

1844 Dec 28 – Joseph Eubanks to Allen Ganey, . . . in consideration of $2260.00 paid by Allen Garey . . . sell to Allen Garey . . . a tract of land shown as the East half of the NE 1/4 section No. 4, Township 18, Range 5 E, NorthWest 1/4 of section No 3, Township 18, Range 5 E. in Carroll County, MS containing 226 acres more or less . . . Signed: Joseph Eubanks, Harriet H Eubanks.   p. 124, (Book F)  (Carroll Co, MS: Deed Book F abt 1842) https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-SSMP-1?i=453&cat=251956  Mississippi, Wills and Probate Records, 1780-1982, Carroll General Land Index, 1800-1938.

1845 Amite Co MS census w James Eubanks marked

1845 Amite Co MS census w James Eubanks marked

1845 St Stephens Meridian MS plat w John Eubanks a George Eubanks a Sterling Dupree resurveyed in 1845 marked

1845 St Stephens Meridian MS plat w John Eubanks a George Eubanks a Sterling Dupree resurveyed in 1845 marked

On Jan 13, 1845 Harriet Eubanks for $1800.00 purchases those same 226 acres back from a Thomas Blakely (who had received the land from Allen Garey), in Carroll Co, MS.

1845 Jan 13 – Harriet Eubanks from Tho Blakley, . . . in consideration of $1800.0 paid by said Harriet H Eubanks . . . three certain lots of land in Carroll County, MS. . . designated as the E 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 4, in Township 18, Range 5 East and the NW 1/4 of Section 3, in Township 18, Range 5 East containing about 226 acres more or less . . .  p. 123 (or 125), (Book F) (Carroll Co, MS: Deed Book F abt 1842)  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-SSMP-1?i=453&cat=251956
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The 1847 Carroll Co, MS taxrolls show Joseph Eubanks and Harriet Eubanks both with their own separate tax entries.

1847 Carroll Co, MS taxroll:  Joseph Eubanks, Harriett Eubanks, and Francis Eubanks
Series 1202: County Tax Rolls, 1818-1902
Carroll MS
1847 – Personal
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1847 Joseph and Harriet Eubanks 1847 taxes in Carroll, Miss marked

1847 Joseph and Harriet Eubanks 1847 taxes in Carroll, Miss marked

(Carroll Co, MS:  Deed Book J abt 1848-50)
(Carroll Co, MS:  Deed Book K abt 1850-54)

1848 June 28 – F Eubanks (smudge), Y.C. to B.M. Huck, pg. 702, (Book J)  Mississippi, Wills and Probate Records, 1780-1982, Carroll General Land Index, 1800-1938   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-MHY6?i=386&cat=251956

Dec 29, 1849 Harriet Eubanks conveys 240 acres to Thomas Blakely for three notes totalling $1800.00.

1849 Dec 29 – Harriett Eubanks conveys land to Thos Blakely . . . in consideration of 3 promissory notes . . . one for 600 dollars . . . for the East half of the NE quarter, Section 4 of Township 18, Range 5 E . . . and two notes for 600 dollars each . . . of the NW quarter of Section ?, Township 18, Range 5 E . . . East half of the NE quarter Section 4, Township 18, Range 5 E, containing all 240 acres . . . and NW quarter of section 4, Township 18, Range 5 E. Signed: Harriet H Eubanks.   bk J, p 398. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-MCCW?i=218&cat=251956

The 1850 US Census shows Joseph Eubanks working as a farmer in Carroll County, Mississippi, living with his mother-in-law Elizabeth Dutart (66 years old), his wife Harriet H Eubanks, and 7 children – James 19, William J 17, Francis A 15, Abigail 11, Harriet E 7, Sarah J 6, Samuel 2.

1850 US Census:  Name: Elizabeth Dutart
Age: 66
Birth Year: abt 1784
Birthplace: South Carolina
Home in 1850: Southern Division, Carroll, Mississippi, USA
Gender: Female
Family Number: 36
Household Members:
Name Age
Joseph Eubank 50
Harriet H Eubank 41
James Eubank 19
William J Eubank 17
Francis A Eubank 15
Abigail G Eubank 11
Harriet E Eubank 7
Sarah J Eubank 6
Samuel B Eubank 2
Elizabeth Dutart 66
William Woodell 20
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1850 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubank family marked snip

1850 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubank family marked snip

1850 US Census in Carroll Co, MS:  Name: Francis Eubank
Age: 50
Birth Year: abt 1800
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1850: Southern Division, Carroll, Mississippi, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 804
Household Members:
Name Age
Francis Eubank 50
Frances Eubank 40
Franklin Eubank 12
Matthew Eubank 10
Mary J Eubank 8
Margiana Eubank 0
Sarah Stanley 28

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On July 8, 1852 Joseph Eubank purchases land from John B Hartsook for $1200.00 in Carroll Co, MS.

1852 July 8 – Joseph Eubank from Jno. B. Hartsock, . . . in consideration of two certain promissory notes . . . 600 dollars for the East half of the NorthEast quarter Section 4, of Township 18, Range 5 E . . . another note for 600 dollars . . . of the NW quarter of Section 3, Township 18, Range 5 E. Signed: J B Hartsook, M J Hartsook.   pg. 694, (Book K)    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-MT6N?i=368&cat=251956
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The 1860 US Census in Carroll Co, MS shows Joseph Eubanks age 60 years old living in Carroll Co, MS – with post office in Vaiden. Harriet Eubanks age 51, William age 27, Abigail 22, Elizabeth 18, Sarah age 13, Samuel age 12, Ellen age 9. Joseph Eubanks lists his occupation as Hotel Keeper in 1860.

The 1860 US Census in Carroll Co, MS – Name: Joseph Eubanks
Age 60
Birth Year abt 1800
Gender Male
Birth Place South Carolina
Home in 1860 Police District 5, Carroll, Mississippi
Post Office Vaiden
Family Number 316
Household Members
Name Age
Israel Eakien 8
Joseph Eubanks 60
Harriett Eubanks 51
William Eubanks 27
Abigail Eubanks 22
Elizabeth Eubanks 18
Sarah Eubanks 13
Samuel Eubanks 12
Ellen Eubanks 9
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1860 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubanks family p1 marked snip

1860 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubanks family p1 marked snip

1860 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubanks family p2 marked snip

1860 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubanks family p2 marked snip

On Jan 15, 1860 Joseph Eubanks purchased lots no 67, 68 and lot 50 in the Town of Vaiden from Louis W Herring and Emily L Herring in Carroll Co, MS. On March 14, 1861 Joseph Eubanks and Harriet H Eubanks his wife sell lot No. 50 in the Town of Viaden to Charles Kopperl.

1860 Jan 15 – . . . in consideration of 455 dollars  Louis W Herring and Emily L Herring wife convey to Joseph Eubanks lots No 67, 68, 50 in the Town of Vaiden. Signed: L W Herring, Emily L Herring. bk O, p 488. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-59PH-X?i=266&cat=251956

1861 March 14 – Joseph Eubanks and Harriet H Eubanks wife, for 100 dollars sell to Chas Kopperl Lot No. 50 in the Town of Vaiden. Signed: Joseph Eubanks, Harriet H Eubanks. bk P, p 176. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-59PM-6?i=478&cat=251956

1865 Sept 20 – Joseph Eubanks conveys land to Kittie E. Ford Book Y, p. 636. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-TQRW-N?i=340&cat=251956

On April 3, 1866 Joseph Eubanks conveys a 1/2 interst in lots 47, 48, 67, and 68 in the Town of Vaiden to S R Sprowles. On Oct 6, 1866 Joseph Eubanks conveys lots 47, 48, 67, and 68 in the Town of Vaiden to William H Ford.

1866 Apr 3 – Joseph Eubanks to S R Sprowles for 2000 dollars in gould secured to be paid by note of the grantee herein to J J George for two thousand six hundred and sixty six and 60/100 dollars on Jan 1, 1866 – have this day given granteded . . . to Stephen R Sproles . . . a one half undivided interes in lots 47, 48, 67, 68, in the Town of Vaiden in said county . . . Signed: Joseph Eubanks. bk Q, p 80. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-B8JW?i=50&cat=251956

1866 Oct 6 – Joseph Eubanks to W H Ford for 2000 dollars paid by Ford, sell to Wm H Ford the following lots: 47, 48, 67, 68 in the Town of Vaiden. . . I also sell a one half undivided interest in all the household and kitchen furniture now in the Tavern located on said lot and vill warrant and devend the title to all the above described property . . . Signed: Joseph Eubank. bk Q, p 578. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-BDMJ?i=321&cat=251956

On April 13, 1867 Joseph Eubanks receives a judgment for $301.60 from W H Armistead.

1867 April 13 – No. 539 Joseph Eubanks v. W. H. Armistead, jdgt 13th April 1867 for $301.60, pg 465.  Mississippi, Wills and Probate Records, 1780-1982.  Carroll General Index Minutes of Circuit Court, 1866-1868    http://interactive.ancestry.com/8995/005815274_00405?pid=1380809&backurl=http://search.ancestry.com//cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc%3DyXY2419%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource%26usePUBJs%3Dtrue%26gss%3Dangs-g%26new%3D1%26rank%3D1%26gsln%3DEubank%26gsln_x%3D0%26msypn__ftp%3DMississippi,%2520USA%26msypn%3D27%26msypn_PInfo%3D5-%257C0%257C1652393%257C0%257C2%257C0%257C27%257C0%257C0%257C0%257C0%257C0%257C%26MSAV%3D1%26msbdy%3D1770%26cp%3D0%26catbucket%3Drstp%26uidh%3Dm37%26msypn__ftp_x%3D1%26msypn_x%3DPAS%26pcat%3DROOT_CATEGORY%26h%3D1380809%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26indiv%3D1%26ml_rpos%3D22&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=yXY2419&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005838718_00397

On April 17, 1867 Joseph Eubanks conveyed personal property to R W Williamson including livestock in Carroll Co, MS.

1867 April 17 – Joseph Eubanks in consideration of 5 dollars convey unto R W Williamson the following property, to wit: one brown mule, kil-bay mule, troup brown mule, doll sorrell mule, jam sorrell horse, Charley about 6 yers old, black horses Ben 8 yrs old, horse Tom seven years old and all of My cotton crop to be raised this year on the plantation I purchased from J Z George in this County and situated near the town of Vaiden . . . Signed: Joseph Eubank. bk Q, p 573. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-BD9G?i=318&cat=251956

1867 Oct 14 – No. 84 Eubanks, Jno B? (not clear) v. R. M Stancill, Oct 14, 1867, $70.16 pg 65
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The 1870 US Census shows Joseph Eubanks aged 60 as a farmer, and wife Mary age 50, living near Winona post office, in Carroll Co, MS. (It appears they listed his age incorrectly – if this is the same Joseph).

1870 US Census in Carroll Co, MS: Name: Joseph Eubanks
Age in 1870 60
Birth Year abt 1810
Birthplace Mississippi
Home in 1870 Township 18 Range 5, Carroll, Mississippi
Race White
Gender Male
Post Office Winona
Household Members
Name Age
Joseph Eubanks 60
Mary Eubanks 50
George Lepscom 55
Mary Lepscom 37
Lauras Lepscom 3
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1870 US Census Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubanks family marked snip

1870 US Census Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubanks family marked snip

Dec 9, 1870 Francis A. Eubanks (son of Joseph Eubanks) purchases 30 acres of land from C D Nelms and Evelin Nelms his wife, in Carroll Co, MS.

1870 Dec 9 – C D Nelms and Evelinn Nelms his wife to F A Eubanks, for 1030 dollars paid by F A Eubanks sell title to land S half of NE quarter and 30 acres more or less off of the north end of SW quarter . . . near the Pelucha Creek tree marked above the creek . . adj to road running from Eubanks to Enow Church . . . Signed: C D Nelms, Evaline Nelms. Wits: J L Cain. bk U, p 630. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-SS6V-G?i=345&cat=251956

1871 Jan 30 – F A Eubanks to J J Cain. Frank A Eubanks have granted to JJ Cain a tract of land S half of NW quarter plus 30 actes off the North end of the SW quarter . . . road running from said Eubanks to Enon Church . . . section 29, T 18, R 4 East, Book W. p. 111.  Carroll Co, MS.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-PDK4?i=65&cat=251956

1871 Oct 19 – Francis A Eubanks from State of Miss, NW quarter and West half southwest quarter section thirty two, T 18, R 4 E, in Carroll county . . . containing 240 acres Book W. p. 680. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-P6ZL?i=362&cat=251956

1872 Jan 1 – H M Merritt conveys land to daughter Narcissa J Eubanks Deed bk 1, p. 295. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-M9WQ-Y?i=182&cat=251956

1873 April 12 – F A Eubanks from W H Word and S Word Deed Bk 1, p. 323. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-M9W3-B?i=196&cat=251956

1874 Jan 21 – F A Eubanks and wife N J Eubanks to C D Nelms Deed bk 3, p. 490. Carroll Co, MS.    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR1-5SHN-M?i=269&cat=251956

1875 Apr 21 – F A Eubanks and wife to Josiah Elam. Deed bk 4, p. 355. Carroll Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSTM-SQ9Y-Z?i=192&cat=251956

The 1880 US Census in Carroll Co, MS shows Joseph Eubanks age 80 working as a farmer and wife Mary A Eubanks age 62.

1880 US Census in Carroll Co, MS:  Name: Joseph Eubanks
Age 80
Birth Year abt 1800
Birthplace South Carolina
Home in 1880 Carroll, Mississippi
Race White
Gender Male
Relation to Head of House Self
Marital Status Married
Spouse’s Name Mary A. Eubanks
Father’s Birthplace Virginia
Mother’s Birthplace Virginia
Occupation Farmer
Household Members
Name Age
Joseph Eubanks 80
Mary A. Eubanks 62
Charley Mirril 3
Lucy Mirril 22
http://person.ancestry.com/tree/69705632/person/34199990402/facts

1880 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubanks marked snip

1880 US Census in Carroll Co MS w Joseph Eubanks marked snip

1895 Dec 5 – NJ Eubanks from Requa A Lockhart, a lot in the Town of Durant . . . Lot No 26 of Lockhart Division, frons on Lee Street bk 16, p 96.  Holmes Co, MS.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSPC-RHC5?i=53&cat=254559

1898 Feb 5 – NJ Eubanks to EC Shine, NJ Eubanks conveys to EC Shine for 100 dollars a certain lot in the Town of Durant known as Lot No 26 of Lockhart Division, fronts Lee Street is number 356 . bk 17, p 887. Holmes Co, MS.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSPC-RHQ4?i=1290&cat=254559

POTENTIAL PARENTS of JOSEPH EUBANKS: 

(The following are possible parents of Joseph Eubanks – based on documents located – not confirmed who the parent is yet).  

(Eubanks sources )

Joseph Eubanks was born about 1800 in South Carolina according to his US Census reports in 1850, 1860, and 1880.  The 1880 US Census indicates his parents were born in Virginia.

Childhood:

Based on the following records, if John Eubanks is Joseph Eubanks’ father, John Eubanks would have moved his family to the Washington County, Mississippi area some time between 1800 and 1805.   There is at least one petition that John Eubanks signed indicating he was in the Spanish West Florida part of the Territory of  Mississippi by February 4, 1802.

At the time, Washington County covered most of the southern part of Mississippi.  The section of land along the coast was controlled by Spain, but was claimed to be part of the Louisiana Purchase by the US.  John Eubanks lived in this area.  The area was known as “West Florida” and stretched from Florida’s current panhandle to Louisiana.

1803 Mississippi map

1803 Mississippi map

http://www.mapofus.org/mississippi/

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

1802 Feb 4 American State Papers w John Eubanks Sen claim for land marked

1802 Feb 4 American State Papers w John Eubanks Sen claim for land marked

1805 Washington Co, MS taxroll:  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

Name: John Eubanks
State: MS
County: Washington County
Township: Petitioners
Year: 1805
Page: 442
Database: MS Early Census Index
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=yXY2457&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&gss=angs-c&new=1&rank=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&msypn_x=XO&msypn__ftp_x=1&cp=0&MSAV=1&uidh=m37&pcat=CEN_1800&h=16090346&recoff=7&db=mscen&indiv=1&ml_rpos=22

In the following petition, John Eubanks signed a petition asking the United States to help establish a system to bring schools and teachers to the Mississippi Territory that had been controlled by Spain.

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.
John Hughbanks is one of the signers of this petition.

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

In the November 15, 1805 petition, inhabitants ask for pre-emption rights to lands that were formerly controlled by Spain that US citizens and improved (living upon, farming, plantations, etc).  The petition indicates these people had lived and improved upon these lands prior to March 1803 when a US commisioner was sent to the area to settle the lands.

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.
John Eubanks is one of the signers of this petition

1805 11 15 John Eubanks signs another petition re Spanish territory while in MS marked snip

1805 11 15 John Eubanks signs another petition re Spanish territory while in MS marked snip

The Eubanks families appeared to stay close to Sterling Dupree’s family for many years in Mississippi.  Sterling Dupree filed a claim in 1805 indicating he had a Spanish land claim in the Mississippi Territory along the Pascagoula River.

1805– Spanish Land Claims of Sterling Dupree, Pascagoula River; John B. Frenier near Escatawpa; Joseph Krebs, E side Pascagoula River; Joseph Mathurin, Bay of Biloxi; William Wilson, Pascagoula River 6

In 1807, John Eubanks, Sr., George Eubanks, and William Eubanks all make claims for land along the Pascagoula River. (George at least 21 if making claim – 1786, but probably 10 yrs older than that at least 1776) (1800 US Census in SC shows him to be born between 1756 to 1774).

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.

1807 Pascagoula River area shows
John Eubanks, William Eubanks, and George Eubanks as present and original settlers with the dates of present and original settlement as 1807
American State Papers
Claims East of Pearl River pg 33
https://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsp&fileName=030/llsp030.db&Page=33

1807 American State Papers w John Eubanks a William Eubanks a George Eubanks marked

1807 American State Papers w John Eubanks a William Eubanks a George Eubanks marked

A plat survey was done by the US between 1820 to 1828.  These plats confirm that John Eubanks, William Eubanks and George Eubanks all had land that was adjacent to each other, and to Sterling Dupree’s land in what will become the Jackson County, Mississippi area.

1828 St Stephens Meridian MS plat w John Eubanks a George Eubanks a Sterling Dupree marked snip

(Eubanks and Sterling lands east bank of the Pascagoula River – Click to Enlarge)

http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=yXY2457&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&gss=angs-c&new=1&rank=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&msypn_x=XO&msypn__ftp_x=1&cp=0&MSAV=1&uidh=m37&pcat=CEN_1800&h=64665&recoff=5&db=USearlylandplats&indiv=1&ml_rpos=103

1820 St Stephens MS plat map of William Eubanks a George Eubanks a Sterling Dupree T1N 8W marked snip

1820 St Stephens MS plat map of William Eubanks a George Eubanks a Sterling Dupree T1N 8W marked snip

(Eubanks and Sterling lands west bank of the Pascagoula River – Click to Enlarge)

http://interactive.ancestry.com/2179/30656_100111-00161?pid=64665&backurl=http://search.ancestry.com//cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc%3DyXY2457%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource%26usePUBJs%3Dtrue%26gss%3Dangs-c%26new%3D1%26rank%3D1%26gsln%3DEubanks%26gsln_x%3D0%26msypn__ftp%3DMississippi,%2520USA%26msypn%3D27%26msypn_PInfo%3D5-%257C0%257C1652393%257C0%257C2%257C0%257C27%257C0%257C0%257C0%257C0%257C0%257C%26msypn_x%3DXO%26msypn__ftp_x%3D1%26cp%3D0%26MSAV%3D1%26uidh%3Dm37%26pcat%3DCEN_1800%26h%3D64665%26recoff%3D5%26db%3DUSearlylandplats%26indiv%3D1%26ml_rpos%3D103&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=yXY2457&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=30656_100111-00200

Combined, the two surveys look like this:

MS T1S R7W and 8W Eubanks marked and combined snip

MS T1S R7W and 8W Eubanks marked and combined snip

The location of these Townships and Ranges on the Mississippi map shows where this property is located in Mississippi:

Mississippi Map with townships and ranges marked snip

Mississippi Map with townships and ranges marked snip

In Jan 1809 John Dutart (Joseph Eubanks’ future father in law) enters a claim for land West of the Pearl River in Feliciana Parish in Louisiana.  In October 1812, another claim is noted again, in the lands east of the Mississippi and west of the Pearl River.

1809 Jan – John Detart claims land due to settlement in Claims West of Pearl River in the Parish of Feliciana.
American State Papers, House of Representatives, 14th Congress, 1st Session
Public Lands: Volume 3. Page 63 of 820
https://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsp&fileName=030/llsp030.db&Page=63

1809 Jan John Detart makes claim for land West of Pearl River in Felicaina Parish marked

1809 Jan John Detart makes claim for land West of Pearl River in Felicaina Parish marked

1812 October John Detart is on list of names of settlers on land in Louisiana which is east of the Mississippi and west of the Pearl River.
States that he settled this land in Oct of 1812.
American State Papers, Senate, 16th Congress, 2nd Session
Public Lands: Volume 3.  Page 417 of 820
https://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsp&fileName=030/llsp030.db&Page=417

1812 Oct John Detart in Feliciana parish settled land marked

1812 Oct John Detart in Feliciana parish settled land marked

1814 Jackson Co, MS – William Eubanks
Mobile, Jackson, and Hancock Counties, taxable property 1814
Series 510 – Territorial Tax Rolls, 1802-1817; n.d.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/510/detail/102940

1814 Jackson Co MS tax roll w William Eubanks marked

1814 Jackson Co MS tax roll w William Eubanks marked

1815 – 11/26/1815 – Doc Number: 2294
Administration: Nathaniel A. Ware
Date(s): 11/26/1815
Letter, William Eubanks, Jackson County, to Governor Holmes, regarding Sterling Dupree’s election for Colonel and efforts to discredit him
Series 488: Administration Papers, 1769, 1788-1817; n.d.
1816 (or 1815), Nov 26th – Jackson County
(The letter is difficult to read, the following is a summary of what I could make out in the letter):
Sir, I have just our horses from a long journey and five days before leaving home we had an Election in our county at the court house for a Colonel at which Sterling Dupree was unanimously elected by all the officers that was there my self and Walter Davis excepted.
Davis himself wrote to Capt Ware that he was a Candidate and his name was put up and he got not a solatary vote.
And as to my own part had I have been there and have 50 votes, I —– have give them unto Dupree
I find there is a Scandalous petition discredited . . . handed about to certain individuals to the great injury of him the said
Dupree stating he plundered negroes schooners or in the comments heard it is a man should be blamed for taking his own for the negroes were Duprees own property that the Spanish Commandant had extorted from him contrary to the Spanish Law . . .
Walter Davis him self had no wright to a Comsn for he was . . . proved to be a “traytor a coward and a Tory”.
He states that the petition is a plot by Walter Davis who is the sole starter of the petition.
He again closes by calling Walter Davis a “traytor a coward and a Tory”.
Accuses Walter Davise of giving “fals sertificates” against Dupree
Signed: William Eubanks
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/s488/detail/10352

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, John Koen (Goen?)

The following map of the Mississippi Territory in 1815 shows Jackson County, MS having been created out of the land that had previously been part of the land claimed by Spain.

1815 map of Miss counties

1815 map of Miss counties

In 1816, Walter Davis makes another attempt to have Sterling Dupree removed from office in his letter written below.

1816, Oct 24 – Letter asking for removal of Sterling Dupree
Jackson County,
Dear Sir, I have taken the liberty to inform you of the conduct of some of our officers in this place which are degrading to human race of their drunkenness and vile conduct in paying no regard to the law in no shape. I am sorry to trouble you with this account but it has bin with a long continued practice and no hope of their return the names of the said officers is James Ware, Whealer Grisham, Wm. Hableton, Justices of the Qorum and Starling Dupree Colonel of the County who is by no means capable of the place. Set aside this of drunkenness and gaming and fiting the said officers above mentioned I can inshore you thea are not the choise of the people but has bean recomended by some person to your excellency as the choise of the people the said Dupree was elected by two voters alone and by the request of some of my neighbours to myself praying you would put them out of office and place sober men in thear stid that would do themselves honer and thear neighbours justice for the proof of this charge aply to your humble servant I repeete once more we pray the to remove these men out of office as it will be to the peace and tranquility of the county at large.
I am yours
Walter Davis
(To his Excellincy David Holms)

http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/s488/detail/10458

In 1816 William, John and James Eubanks sign another petition regarding their lands in West Florida:

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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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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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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Name: Wm 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

The 1816 Jackson County taxrolls show only John Eubanks listed on the rolls.

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

1816 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks

1816 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks

In 1817, John Eubanks Jr has joined father John Eubanks in Jackson Co, MS.  The United States admits the State of Mississippi and sets its border with Alabama as seen below:

1817 map of Miss counties when Mississippi becomes a state

1817 map of Miss counties when Mississippi becomes a state

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

1817 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks marked

1817 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks marked

1817 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks Jr marked

1817 Jackson Co MS tax roll w John Eubanks Jr marked

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

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

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

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

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 Jackson Co MS taxroll w John Eubanks a James Eubanks a Sterling Dupree marked

1820 Jackson Co MS taxroll w John Eubanks a James Eubanks a Sterling Dupree marked

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) (Joseph Eubanks?)
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)
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 45 and over : 1
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
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=1317238&recoff=7&db=1820usfedcenancestry&indiv=1&ml_rpos=1

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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

1820 US Census:  Name: John Dutart
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Rich Land Creek, Feliciana, Louisiana
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 1 (born btw. 1794 and 1776)
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 26 thru 44: 1 (born btw. 1794 and 1776)
Slaves – Males – Under 14: 3
Slaves – Males – 14 thru 25: 1
Slaves – Males – 26 thru 44: 3
Slaves – Females – Under 14: 2
Slaves – Females – 45 and over: 1
Number of Persons – Engaged in Agriculture: 8
Free White Persons – Under 16: 3
Free White Persons – Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total Slaves: 10
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 15
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=yXY2398&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&gss=angs-c&new=1&rank=1&msT=1&gsfn=John&gsfn_x=0&gsln=Dutart&gsln_x=0&msypn__ftp=Louisiana,%20USA&msypn=21&msypn_PInfo=5-%7C0%7C1652393%7C0%7C2%7C0%7C21%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C&MSAV=0&cp=0&catbucket=rstp&uidh=m37&pcat=CEN_CENTURY1800&h=1492309&recoff=9%2010&db=1820usfedcenancestry&indiv=1&ml_rpos=2

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