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TERRY FAMILY HISTORIAN
Published quarterly in March, June, September, and December.
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VOL. V, NO. 2              JUNE                         1986
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                EDITOR:  Robert "Mike" Terry
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Editor's Note ......................................Page 45  
Covering the Terry-Tory ............................Page 46
Will of Solomon Beach ..............................Page 48
Will of Elizabeth Joyce ............................Page 49
Records concerning Elizabeth (Brunskill) Terry .....Page 50
Terrys of Pittsylvania County Virginia .............Page 54
Point of interest ..................................Page 55
First Warrant issued in Breathitt County Kentucky ..Page 55
Paulding Co. Ohio Common Pleas County Record .......Page 56
A note concerning member Mr. Earl Lincoln ..........Page 57
Thomas Terry of Pittsylvania Co. Virginia ..........Page 57
Jonathan Terry, son of William, of Short Hills, NJ .Page 57
Notes on South Carolina District Changes ...........Page 58
South Carolina Censuses 1790-1860 ..................     
1790 Census - Abbeville ............................Page 59
1800 Census - Abbeville Dist .......................Page 59
1810 Census - Abbeville Dist .......................Page 59
1820 Census - Abbeville Dist .......................Page 59
1850 Census - Abbeville Dist .......................Page 59
1860 Census - Abbeville Dist .......................Page 60
1830 Census - Anderson Dist ........................Page 60
1850 Census - Anderson Dist ........................Page 60
1860 Census - Anderson Dist ........................Page 60
1810 Census - Barnwell Dist ........................Page 60
1790 Census - Beaufort Dist ........................Page 61  
1810 Census - Beaufort Dist ........................Page 61
1820 Census - Beaufort Dist ........................Page 61
1830 Census - Beaufort Dist ........................Page 61
1840 Census - Beaufort Dist ........................Page 61
1850 Census - Beaufort Dist ........................Page 62
1860 Census - Beaufort Dist ........................Page 62
1810 Census - Charleston Dist ......................Page 64
1830 Census - Charleston Dist ......................Page 64
1840 Census - Charleston Dist ......................Page 64
1850 Census - Charleston Dist ......................Page 64





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1860 Census - Charleston Dist ......................Page 65
1800 Census - Chester Dist .........................Page 65
1810 Census - Chester Dist .........................Page 65
1820 Census - Chester Dist .........................Page 66
1830 Census - Chester Dist .........................Page 66
1840 Census - Chester Dist .........................Page 66
1810 Census - Chesterfield Dist ....................Page 66
1830 Census - Chesterfield Dist ....................Page 66
1840 Census - Chesterfield Dist ....................Page 67
1850 Census - Chesterfield Dist ....................Page 67
1860 Census - Chesterfield Dist ....................Page 68
1790 Census - Camden Dist: Claremont ...............Page 68
1790 Census - Camden Dist: Clarendon ...............Page 68
1860 Census - Darlington Dist ......................Page 68
1790 Census - Edgefield ............................Page 69
1800 Census - Edgefield Dist .......................Page 69
1810 Census - Edgefield Dist .......................Page 69
1820 Census - Edgefield Dist .......................Page 70
1830 Census - Edgefield Dist .......................Page 71
1840 Census - Edgefield Dist .......................Page 72
1850 Census - Edgefield Dist .......................Page 72
1860 Census - Edgefield Dist .......................Page 73
1790 Census - Camden Dist: Fairfield ...............Page 74
1800 Census - Fairfield Dist .......................Page 74
1810 Census - Fairfield Dist .......................Page 74
1820 Census - Fairfield Dist .......................Page 74
1830 Census - Fairfield Dist .......................Page 74
1790 Census - Greenville ...........................Page 75
1800 Census - Greenville Dist ......................Page 75
1810 Census - Greenville Dist ......................Page 76
1820 Census - Greenville Dist ......................Page 76
1830 Census - Greenville Dist ......................Page 76
1840 Census - Greenville Dist ......................Page 77
1850 Census - Greenville Dist ......................Page 77
1860 Census - Greenville Dist ......................Page 78
1820 Census - Lancaster Dist .......................Page 79
1830 Census - Lancaster Dist .......................Page 79
1840 Census - Lancaster Dist .......................Page 79
1790 Census - Newberry .............................Page 80
1830 Census - Pickens Dist .........................Page 80  
1860 Census - Pickens Dist .........................Page 80
1810 Census - Kershaw Dist .........................Page 80
1820 Census - Kershaw Dist .........................Page 80
1860 Census - Kershaw Dist .........................Page 81
1800 Census - Laurens Dist .........................Page 81
1810 Census - Laurens Dist .........................Page 81
1820 Census - Laurens Dist .........................Page 81
1830 Census - Laurens Dist .........................Page 81
1840 Census - Laurens Dist .........................Page 82
1850 Census - Laurens Dist .........................Page 82
1860 Census - Laurens Dist .........................Page 83
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1810 Census - Pendleton Dist .......................Page 83
1820 Census - Pendleton Dist .......................Page 84
1820 Census - Richland Dist ........................Page 84
1830 Census - Richland Dist ........................Page 84
1850 Census - Richland Dist ........................Page 84
1860 Census - Richland Dist ........................Page 84
1810 Census - Spartanburg Dist .....................Page 85
1820 Census - Spartanburg Dist .....................Page 85
1830 Census - Spartanburg Dist .....................Page 85
1840 Census - Spartanburg Dist .....................Page 85
1860 Census - Spartanburg Dist .....................Page 85
1810 Census - Sumter Dist ..........................Page 85

1820 Census - Sumter Dist ..........................Page 86
1830 Census - Sumter Dist ..........................Page 86
1840 Census - Sumter Dist ..........................Page 86
1850 Census - Sumter Dist ..........................Page 86
1860 Census - Sumter Dist ..........................Page 87
1800 Census - Williamsburg Dist ....................Page 87
1810 Census - Williamsburg Dist ....................Page 87
1820 Census - Williamsburg Dist ....................Page 87
1830 Census - Williamsburg Dist ....................Page 87
1840 Census - Williamsburg Dist ....................Page 88
1850 Census - Williamsburg Dist ....................Page 88
1860 Census - Williamsburg Dist ....................Page 88
Exchange Advertisement .............................Page 89
Queries ............................................Page 90
Items for Sale .....................................Page 92
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     Please get your articles and questions for insertion in 
the TFH to the editor at least 2 months prior to month of 
publication!!!
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                       EDITOR'S NOTES
     About the time the editor is ready to throw up his 
hands and say, "The heck with it!", someone sends me 30 
pages of material that has never been published or I receive 
a nice note indicating how much help the TFH has been. And I 
can generally count on the SAME folks on a consistent basis. 
I hope you will drop them a line of encouragement as well.
     A special thanks to all who sent me articles for this 
issue and especially Jay Terry of Orem, Utah. His enthusiasm 
and the Terry records he provided are invaluable. Unlike 
North Carolina, Virginia, and several other states, South 
Carolina is a hard one to research due to the few recorded 
marriages.
     The editor had intended to add footnotes with some 
primary source documentation to help identify families and 
prove relationships in the various SC censuses. However, 
space limitations did not permit notations. I am working on
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notes for ALL of South Carolina and have several pages of 
rough notes and about 40 pages typed. These deal mostly with 
the following districts: Chester, Fairfield, Greenville, 
Laurens, Lancaster and Abbeville.
     It should be noted, only Terry's are listed or those 
households with a Terry surname were included. I know we 
missed some of the Terry females who seemingly disappear 
when they marry. Would like to add some of these families to 
the census if known.
     Since Mrs. James Bushnell's classic Terry Records of 
Virginia I have not seen any significant new information 
come out of Virginia. Mr. Stephen Terry in 1887 documented 
much of the Northern branches of the Terry family and in 
passing the South. It was not planned, but much of our 
research has been covering the South and in passing the 
Northern branches of the Terry family. It is not a plan on 
my part to exclude any families; it seems the Southern 
families are "turning in more homework".
     In some people's view, I have taken a "backward" 
approach when I started the TFH. I started at the end and am 
working back toward the early beginnings. I think it is 
beginning to pay off. We are finding references in other 
states to the "states of origin".
     For those genealogical "back-benchers". -- It's time to 
"move to the front row" and tell the Terry congregation 
something about those families "who never are in the TFH".
                                           THE EDITOR
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                  COVERING THE TERRY-TORY
                     by Robert W. Terry                     
                      4900 Springdale Road
                    Cincinnati OH 45247.
     Our editor, Mike, made some excellent points in the first 
three pages of the March 1986 TFH, in which he asked for positive 
documentation of information or notations such as "probably" or 
"believed to be." None of us should object to questions about 
material we have sent to him.
     Educated guesses are the keys to extending one's family 
records, but they must be supplemented by positive proof.
     I have been down more blind alleys than a wino with his 
newly-acquired jug. Most of them were the result of "educated" 
guesses that reflected my wish to make something true without 
proof.
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     One item in point: My father told me our Terrys came from 
Virginia, which they did. However, Virginia was a stopping place 
on their way to central Kentucky. Later searching showed that 
most of the first Cincinnati resident's nine children were born 
in New Jersey.
     Another guess that backfired: I knew from his gravestone 
that g-g-grandfather Robert died in 1862 at the age of nearly 91 
years. So, when in "Hopkins of Virginia and Related Families" I 
found a Robert Terry, born 1770, who married Nancy Smith, 
daughter of Peartree and Isabella (Hopkins) Smith, I quickly 
decided that this Robert was my ancestor. (Like that name, 
Peartree). I was wrong; the Robert who married Peartree Smith's 
daughter came west and settled in Henderson County, Ky., 
acquiring 340 acres of land on shore, plus two small islands in 
the Ohio River.
     What reminded me of my "uneducated" guesses were the 
Highland County, Ohio records on Pages 25-27 of the March, 1986 
TFH. I have that information plus more, which led to another 
blind alley. My g-g-g-grandfather's will, probated in Cincinnati 
in 1795, listed his wife Ruth (no maiden name) and with his five 
sons and four daughters was a daughter named "Judeh." In those 
Highland Co., Ohio records I found that in 1821 Thomas and Sarah 
Terry sold some property to one Jeremiah Hendrix and the children 
of Thomas and Sarah included Ruth (Terry) Kirby, a Judith (Terry) 
Borum, and a Cloe (Terry) Welsh, the latter the wife of a Samuel 
Welsh. Since the wife of my g-g-grandfather Robert was Chloe 
Worrel Terry, I deduced that these children of Thomas and Sarah 
Terry had to be related to my tribe. Sorry to say, I cannot 
document it.
     Just to show how long those blind alleys can be, I checked 
the Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy and found that 
Thomas Terry's name in the records of New Garden Monthly Meeting 
in Guilford County, N. C. in 1791. He was granted a certificate 
to South River Monthly Meeting in Virginia in 1796. By 1808, 
Thomas and sons David, Jeremiah, Jeduthan (perhaps Jonathan) and 
John had been received from South River, VA. to the Fairfield 
Monthly Meeting near Leesburg, Ohio. Sarah, wife of Thomas, and 
daughter Elizabeth, also were received into Fairfield Monthly 
Meeting at Leesburg, also from South River, VA.
     In 1823, Thomas and wife Sarah, plus children, were granted 
a certificate from Fairfield Monthly Meeting at Leesburg to Alum 
Creek Monthly Meeting, at Delaware, Ohio. That's where I left 
their records.
     There are numerous other personal blind alleys, but I won't 
bore you with them.
     What editor Mike was trying to point out was for us to avoid 
wishful thinking in establishing our direct ancestry.

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 One more personal example and I'll quit:
     My mother's maiden name was Ward and I grew up 
believing that my direct ancestor on her side was Gen. 
Artemus Ward, who was commander-in-chief of the Cincinnati 
Army after Bunker Hill. Reference to a Ward family genealogy 
showed that my descent is NOT from Gen. Artemus, but from 
his brother, Nahum Ward.
     Funny thing, though -- I and my family visited Gen. 
Artemus' home at Shrewsbury, Mass. a number of years ago and 
my children pointed out the resemblance of Artemus' portrait 
to my mother's brother, their great-uncle.
     I'm taking Mike's advice in future research, using the 
"educated" guesses ONLY to lead toward documentation.
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                   Will of Solomon Beach
Book 10, page 192
Executors: Solomon S. Beach (son) and John A. Bigelow
Witnesses: Oliver Brown and Adam Hodge
Instructions and bequests:
1.   Order that all debts be paid
2.   Bequest of $100 to daughter, Mary (Beach) Burdsed, wife
     of Caleb Burdsed.
3.   My best wishes to children of my deceased daughter,
     Neimys (correct), former wife of Caleb Burdsed, having
     been otherwise provided for. (Caleb's second wife a
     sister of his first wife)
4.   Bequest of $3,000 to son, Erasmus D. Beach, to be paid
     on settlement of estate.
5.   Bequest of $7,000 to son, Solomon S. Beach.
6.   After final settlement, let the remainder be equally
     divided between Erasmus and Solomon.
7.   If a deficit exists, let it be withheld from Erasmus,
     Solomon and Mary Burdsed.
Will probated Oct. 28, 1850



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                  Will of Elizabeth Joyce
          (Index says Joice; will written "Joyce")
Book 3, Page 73
Executors: Robert Gray and John Gilliland (latter a son-in-
law?)
Witnesses: Solomon Beach and Robert Gray
Bequests: $1 each to sons Robert, James, David, William
          Joyce, and to daughters Polly Gilliland and
          Navieah (correct) Davis.
          To daughter Margaret Joyce, one-half of my real
          estate, 106 acres in Coalrain (Colerain) Township,
          plus a gray mare, beds and bedding, a corner
          cubboard (cupboard),tea occupage (?), Beau Row,
          (could that mean "bureau"?) all linnings
          (Linens?), the largest kettle, a tea kettle, and        
          one bed stead.
          To son Abasolom Joyce, the other half of the 106-
          acre tract in Colerain Township, and a two-year-
          old colt.
Stipulation:
          The remainder of personal property to be sold and
          the amount used at discretion of executors to           
          purchase land nigh to this of W. Burnet, and that   
          land be equally divided between son Absalom Joyce,  
          and daughter, Margaret Joyce.
          Will probated April 12, 1814.
     By way of explanation, Colerain, is in Northern 
Hamilton County, Ohio. Research graciously done by Bob TERRY 
of 4900 Springdale Road, Cincinnati OH 45247.  Solomon Beach 
m. Sarah TERRY daughter of John and Priscilla Stokes TERRY 
of Chester SC.  Had not seen this in print before. Have more 
on Solomon Beach Jr. who removed to Atlanta, GA, Editor.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
AM PLANNING A "BEST OF THE TERRY FAMILY HISTORIAN' FOR 
CHRISTMAS, IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO "NOMINATE" STORIES OR 
ARTICLES FROM PAST TFH'S TO BE INCLUDED, PLEASE WRITE.--
EDITOR.
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                ELIZABETH (Brunskill) TERRY
                       Contributed by
                   Mrs. James J. Bushnell
                     2919 Fairway Drive
                   Birmingham, Al. 35213
FREDRICKSBURG (Va.) DISTRICT COURT:  October 3, 1789
THOMAS TERRY and GEORGE BOOKER, Plaintiffs)
               vs.                        )Suit in Ejectment
JOHN SCOTT, Defendant                     )
By consent of the parties, this suit is referred to the 
final determination of Robert Gilchrist, James Taylor, John 
Warden, and Edmund Pendleton, Jr., Gents. whose award or the 
award of any three of them thereupon is to be made the 
Judgment of the Court and the same is ordered accordingly.
                                  A Copy
                                  Teste:
                                  John Chew, C.D.C.
     This Suit was filed on 29 September 1786 in 
Fredricksburg District Court. It came on to be heard in both 
Apr. 1787 and October 1787 Sessions, and was continued, and 
the same came on to be heard in April 1788 and October 1788 
Sessions, and in September 1789 this Suit was referred to 
three gentlemen for settlement, their opinion being final, 
and in April, 1793, Judgement was granted according to the 
award of James Taylor, John Warden, and Edmund Pendleton, 
Jr.
(Filed in the papers of this Suit was the will of Rev. JOHN 
BRUNSKILL of Caroline County, Va., dated: 10 Mar 1761 and 
proved: Mar. 1762)
"Will of REVERAND JOHN BRUNSKILL of Caroline County, Va.
     In the name of God, Amen, I, JOHN BRUNSKILL, Rector of 
St. Margaret's Parish in Caroline County in Virginia, being 
of sound and perfect mind & memory, do make & ordain this my 
last will & Testament, in manner & former following, viz: I 
give & bequeath my immortal Soul to Almighty God that gave 
it me, hoping through the merits & meditation of his only 
son, our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ that he will receive 
it into ever-lasting bliss and happiness and my body to be 
cently interr'd at the discretion of my Executors, hereafter 
mention'd and as to the wordly goods with which it hath
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pleas'd Almighty God to bless me, I dispose of them in the 
following manner, viz:
     Imprimis: I give and bequeath to my son, JOHN BRUNSKILL, all 
my wearing apparel and all my books, provided he returns to 
Virginia in the space of three years.
     Item: I give & bequeath to my son, WILLIAM BRUNSKILL, the 
following negroes, they and their increase, to him & his heirs 
forever, that is to say, "Tom", "Pompey", "Frank", "Jamey", and 
"Betty".
     Item: I lend to my son-in-law, RICHARD BOOKER, for the use 
of his two sons: JOHN and RICHARD, my land in Goochland County 
(Va.) containing 400 acres, to be equally divided between the 
said JOHN  and RICHARD, when they arrive to the age of 21 years, 
and in case of the death of either before they arrive to the 
above said age, then my will is the survivor to have the whole.
     Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter, ISABELLA 
BRUNSKILL, to her & her heirs forever, my plantation called 
"Arnold's" and the land adjoining tot he last thereof, which I 
purchased of John Lucas. I likewise give & bequeath to my said 
daughter and to her heirs forever, the following negroes, they & 
their increase: a mulatto slave named "Judith", and "Lucy", 
"Jeffey", "Esther", and "Old Peg".
     Item: I give & bequeath to my daughter, ELIZABETH TERRY, my 
two negroes named "Susan" and "Rebeckah".
     Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter, HANNAH BRUNSKILL, 
to her & her heirs forever, my land known by the named of 
"Pocket", adjoining the land which was lately Mr. Samuel 
Garlick's, being by computation 500 acres. I likewise give my 
said daughter the following negroes, to her & her heirs, forever, 
viz: "Peg", "Tempe", "Mary", and "moll", they and their increase.
     Item: My stock of cattle, sheep, and hogs, it is my will 
they be divided into four equal parts, and my son, WILLIAM 
BRUNSKILL, is to have his first choice, the other three parts are 
to be that part to my daughter ISABELLA, one part to my daughter, 
ELIZABETH TERRY, and the other part to my daughter, HANNAH.
     Item: My will is that my household goods be equally divided 
between my son, WILLIAM BRUNSKILL, and my daughters: ISABELLA, 
ELIZABETH TERRY,  and HANNAH.
     Item: I give & bequeath my riding horse to my daughter, 
ISABELLA. All the rest of my horses and mares, I give & bequeath 
to my children as they claim them now., All the rest of my estate 
of what kind soever (not already given), I give among my four 
children: WILLIAM, 


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ISABELLA, ELIZABETH TERRY, and HANNAH, to be equally 
divided.
     Item: I appoint my son, WILLIAM BRUNSKILL, and my son-
in-law, THOMAS TERRY, my Executors of this my last Will and 
Testament, hereby revoking all other wills by me made.
     In Witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand & seal 
this 10th day of March, One Thousand seven hundred and 
sixty-one. (1761)
Wit: John Baynham                   JOHN BRUNSKILL (Seal)
     At court held for Caroline County (Va.) on Thursday, 
the 11th day of March, One Thousand Seven hundred and Sixty-
two (1762), this will of John Brunskill deceased, was proved 
by the oath of John Baynham a witness thereto and admitted 
to record, and William Brunskill and Thomas Terry, Executors 
therein named, made oath thereto according to law and 
performing what is usual, certificate is granted for 
obtaining a probate thereof in due form.
                    Test:
                    Robert Armistead, Cl. of Court
                    Truly Recorded:
                    A Copy:
                    John Pendleton, D.C.
(DEPOSITIONS filed in Suit papers)
     "DANIEL COLEMAN aged about thirty-nine years (39), 
being sworn on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God, deposeth 
& saith that as well as he recollects, ISABEL SCOTT, 
daughter of the Revd. JOHN BRUNSKILL dec'd, and wife of 
THOMAS SCOTT dec'd, departed this life sometime between the 
year one thousand seven hundred and seventy (1770) and One 
thousand seven hundred and seventy-five (1775), and further 
this deponent saith not. 
                               DAN'L COLEMAN
Caroline Co., Va.
     This day, DANIEL COLEMAN, made oath to the above affidavit.
Given under my hand this 20th day of March 1792. GEORGE BUCKNER 
JR.
ELIZABETH (Brunskill) TERRY
(DEPOSITION of RICHARD BOOKER taken in a Suit now depending 
and undetermined, between GEORGE BOOKER, plaintiff vs.         
JOHN SCOTT, defendant.
     RICHARD BOOKER being of lawful age and first sworn on
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the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God, deposeth and saith:
     That he knew WILLIAM BRUNSKILL of Caroline County (Va.) 
who died sometime in the year One thousand seven hundred and 
seventy-one (1771) without issue, leaving his four sisters, 
namely: MARTHA, ISABELLA, ELIZABETH, and HANNAH. That in the 
year One Thousand seven hundred and seventy-one or two (1771 
or 1772), the said ISABELLA died intestate and without 
issue, and that MARTHA, ELIZABETH, and HANNAH survived the 
said ISABELLA. That said MARTHA died sometime in the year 
One Thousand seven hundred and seventy-seven (1777) 
intestate, and that GEORGE BOOKER is the eldest son of said 
MARTHA,  and further this Deponent saith not.
CUMBERLAND CO., VA. -- Sworn to before us, this 5th day of Nov. 
1792.
                            Thomas Hash
                            Archer Allen
     The above Deposition of RICHARD BOOKER of the County of 
Cumberland in Virginia, was acknowledged before two 
justices, above mentioned there, and filed in this Suit 
pending in Fredricksburg District Court."
|- JOHN died as is supposed in Europe, without issue before 
|  his father
|
|- WILLIAM died without issue Jan. 1771 Testate
|
|- MARTHA died leaving GEORGE BOOKER her heir Mar. 1778
|
|- ISABELLA died between (1770-1775) without issue wife of 
|  THOMAS SCOTT dec'd
|
|- ELIZABETH died leaving THOMAS TERRY her heir in Jan. or 
|  Feb. 1781
|
|- HANNAH died leaving JOHN SCOTT, the Defendant, her heir
|
|- MARY died before her father leaving two daughters she had 
|  by Mr. CLARK
|
     By April 1793, THOMAS TERRY, one of the Plaintiffs, had 
died, we award, therefore, that as to THOMAS TERRY, this 
Suit is abated by his death, and that judgement be entered 
and writ of possession awarded to the Plaintiff, GEORGE 
BOOKER, for that portion of the land in question, which he 
hath claimed by the present Suit, he being in fact, entitled 
to one-third of them.
                            James Taylor  (Seal)
                            John Warden   (Seal)
                            Edmun Pendleton Jr. (Seal)
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NOTE: T.E. Campbell's, Colonial Caroline, p. 493--
     1774--THOMAS TERRY JR. (orphan of THOMAS TERRY dec'd)--
     his guardian, GEORGE GUY.
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           TERRYS OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA
     The committee of safety, like any other body politic, 
appears shrewdly designed for geographical spread and the 
incorporation of all major families. One of the earliest 
major families was that of the TERRY's, who are numerous and 
respected. Their man for the hour of Revolution in 
Pittsylvania Co., VA, was Thomas Terry, son of Joseph, 
elected to the committee.
     THOMAS, STEPHEN AND JAMES TERRY, were on the QUIT RENT 
ROLLS of 1704 in King William County, as early as 1746, the 
names of Joseph and  James Terry, appear in the surveyors 
records of Halifax Co. In all, they took up some 50,000 
acres of land. They established their homes conveniently 
near Peytonburg,for they were much involved in Civil and 
Business affairs. Joseph's, Mansion house, ELKHORN, still 
proud and beautiful, is located on Elkhorn Creek owned by 
JACOB T. COLES, III.
NATHANIEL TERRY, their brother, bestrode Halifax County 
during the 1750's and 60's, Sheriff, Vestryman, Justice, 
Ranger Officer, and builder of Forts. He was also a delegate 
to the crucial Convention of May, 1776. One entertaining 
sidelight on this gentleman is the Court Session in which he 
refused to qualify as Justice in 1757, because, he would not 
serve with RICHARD BLAND, and "Never will until RICHARD 
BLAND is expunged out of the commission."
Nathaniel Terry, Jr., brought lustre to the family name 
during the Revolution. First chairman of the Committee of 
Safety, he then became Aide de Camp to General Washington. 
Family tradition says that he was captured at Charleston and 
imprisoned, but was exchanged in time to be with WASHINGTON 
at the Yorktown surrender.
NATHANIEL TERRY'S sword is owned by Mrs. Wallace Moore at 
Seaton in Halifax.
In Pittsylvania, Joseph and Joseph Jr., were officers in the 
Militia. Thomas was a member of the House of Delegates 1780-
1781.
This was taken from "AN INTIMATE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN 
REVOLUTION PITTSYLVANIA CO., VA. by Frances Hallam Hurt. She 
is a Historian in our area. I thought it was interesting. 
"This article was sent to me by Mrs. Partha B. Payne, 
Genealogist in Chatham VA", according to Mrs. Cornelia K.
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Hudson, 3109 S. Lewis, Tulsa OK 74105. Mrs. Hudson is a 
descendant of Elizabeth Terry Buckingham a daughter of 
Benjamin Terry of Pittsylvania Co. VA.
                         * * * * *
                     POINT OF INTEREST
                     by Robert W. Terry
                    4900 Springdale Rd.
                    Cincinnati OH 45247
     POINT OF INTEREST to anyone chasing the Elizabeth 
(Terry) Ummensetter mentioned on Page 26 of the March [1986) 
TFH--She apparently was granted the divorce from Paul B. 
Ummensetter.
     REASON--In "Marriage Records of Highland County, Ohio" 
are entries for TWO marriages of Paul and Elizabeth. The 
first was May 23, 1838 with the marriage performed by a 
David Reece, J.P.
     THE SECOND MARRIAGE is listed for Dec. 26, 1860 with a 
Henry Turner performing the ceremony.
          "To err is human; to forgive is divine!"
                         * * * * *
        FIRST WARRANT ISSUED IN BREATHITT DATED 1838
                   By Louise B. Hatmaker
     Once in a while in the news business, you luck onto a 
good item of historical significance to your country. That's 
the way it happened to us last weekend. Enjoying one small 
round of golf at Hazard Golf Club, Claude Tucker - in the 
pro shop - said he had a copy of the first warrant ever 
served in Breathitt County and it was dated 1838.
     We could hardly believe him. But that's just what it 
was. Had come to him somehow through Roscoe Davis of Hazard 
who is fortunate enough to have the original document, a 
real collector's item. We believe that the Burdine Webb 
referred to in the lead paragraph is a Letcher Countian and 
apparently, the copy of the warrant came through him.
     Since the document mentions old family names, we trust 
no one will be offended by any reference but will enjoy and 
treasure every word since we print it verbatim as it came 
back and phraseology was somewhat different in 1839. We 
certainly hope that this is an item every Breathitt 
Countian, "on the hillside or on the level" will treasure 
and want to save. We print same herewith, with thanks to
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Claude Tucker, and knowing that all of you will enjoy this 
written proof that the laws were very strict on Jetts Creek 
in 1838. It follows:
               "BLOODY BREATHITT FIRST WARRENT"
     Burdine Webb, dean of Home Folks correspondents in the 
Blue Grass State, says the first warrant ever issued in 
"Bloody Breathitt County", Kentucky, came to his attention 
recently. Burdine says the warrant was written in 1838, and 
here it is, word for word and letter for letter.
     "I, Jackson Terry, hi official magistrate, squire and 
justice of the peace, do hereby issue the following rit 
against Henderson Harrison, charging him with assalt and 
battery and brech of the pese on his brotherin Law, Tom Fox 
by name.
     "This warrant cuses him of kicking bittin and throin 
rocks and doing everything that was mean and contrary to law 
in the State of Jetts Creek aforesaid.
     "This warrant orthorizes the hi constable, Miles Terry 
by name, to go forthwith and forthcomin and arest the sed 
Henderson Harris and bring him to bee delt according to the 
law of Jetts Creek aforesaid.
     "This warrant orthises the hi constable to take him on 
the hillside as well as in the livel to take him where he 
ain't as well as wher he is and bring him to me to be delt 
with according to the laws of Jetts Creek aforesaid.
     "Jiniary the 2, 1838.
     "(Signed) Jackson Terry.
     "Hi constable, Magistrit, and Squire and Justice of the 
pese of Jetts Creek aforesaid"
Above submitted by Lorraine G. White, 10301 Coloma Rd., 
Rancho Cordova CA 95670.
                         * * * * *
Paulding Co. OH Common Pleas County Records 
Date: 6-1-1854.
     Ferry License granted to Truman Terry across Maumee 
River in Carryall twp. where Hicksville Turnpike intersects. 
(308). Source: From Gateway to the West Ohio, Oct. 1976 
issue, page 163. Submitted by Norine M. Faria. 

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                         * * * * *
                      Mr. Earl Lincoln
     Mr. Jeffrey T. Lincoln, son of Mr. Earl Lincoln, 
indicated in a letter dated March 25, 1986 that his father 
passed away January 19, 1986. He and his sisters are 
attempting to continue his father's research. I believe Mr. 
Lincoln is working on the Botetourt County Virginia Terry 
family of William Terry and those who removed to Indiana. 
You may write to him at 1159 Columbus Dr., Milpitas CA 
95035.
                         * * * * *
                Thomas Terry ca. 1756-1840.
     Thomas Terry b. in Albemarle Co. Va., about 1756; d. in 
Smith Co., Tenn., Feb. 12, 1840; m. in Pittsylvania Co., 
Va., Oct. 1,1784, Nancy Dalton, who was b. about 1767. In 
1777, he enlisted for eighteen months with Capt. John Dowly 
as Orderly Sergeant going to the Georgia State line to serve 
against the Cherokee Indians, who were marauding the  
frontier settlements, and he was in several conflicts with 
them. In 1779, he served three months more in similar 
service, marching out into what is now Sullivan Co., Tenn. 
When he was ten or twelve years old, he moved into 
Pittsylvania Co., Va., where he continued to live until 
1807, when he settled in Smith Co., Tenn. His widow was 
living in Smith Co. in 1843. Source: Notes of Terry Families 
in the United States of America. By Stephen Terry of 
Windsor, Conn. Hartford CT. 1887. Published by the Compiler, 
p. 293.
                         * * * * *
               Jonathan Terry, son of William
     Jonathan Terry, son of William, of Short Hills, N.J.; 
b. Apr. 19, 1755; d. June 3, 1820; m. Sept. 3, 1783, Hulda, 
daughter of Zacharia and Mary (Little) Van_Sickle, who was 
b. July 17, 1766, and was living in 1844. He was a private 
and sergeant in the N.J. classified militia, serving 
alternate months, and at times two or three months 
consecutively. He was in the battles of Springfield and 
Short Hills. During the war he lived in Elizabeth, now 
Westfield, N.J. Source: Notes of Terry Families in the 
United States of America. By Stephen Terry of Windsor, Conn. 
Hartford CT. 1887. Published by the Compiler, p. 303.
                         * * * * *



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                   NOTES ON SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT CHANGES
1.   The first three districts of 1683 were all discontinued the present             
     Berkely is not the original.
2.   In 1790 the capital of the State was moved from Charleston to 
     Columbia.
3.   In 1798 Washington was discontinued as a district name as was Camden.               
     (From records, it appears Camden was used by some recorders for years            
     after the change. JT.)
4.   In 1802 Horry and Williamsburg Districts were formed from parts of           
     Georgetown District.
5.   In 1804, Lexington District was formed from Orangeburg District.
6.   In 1826, Pendleton District was changed to Pickens and Anderson                     
     Districts. The name Pendleton District was discontinued.
7.   In 1855, Clarendon District was formed from part of Sumter District.
8.   The 1868 Constitution changed 30 "districts" to counties. Even after              
     1868, some recorders continued to use "district" as they felt it had been          
     a "yankee" imposition.
(See Everton's Handy Book for Genealogists -- section on South Carolina. JT.)
                                   # # # #
                 S O U T H  C A R O L I N A  C E N S U S E S
                             1 7 9 0  -  1 8 6 0
                            Compiled by Jay Terry
                                 224 Woodland 
                               Orem, Utah 84057
1790 CENSUS - ABBEVILLE:
                       Males           Females  Others
Pg.  Name              16+  /un 16/    all      Free    Slaves
57   Benj. Terry       2     1         2        0       0
58   Robert Terry      2     4         3        0       2
Editor's note: Robert Terry [a son of Benjamin Terry and Elizabeth Irby Terry 
of Pittsylvania Co. VA] m. Susanna Saunders and d. before 1799.  After the 
death of Robert and Susanna, the children supposedly lived with their aunt and 
uncle Major John Martin and Elizabeth Dickerson Terry in Edgefield district SC. 
They had children: Jeremiah Terry d. before March 4, 1795; A daughter; A 
daughter; Nathaniel Terry m. Susan Powell; William Terry; Richard Terry m. 
Isabella Powell; Robert Terry; Source: Box 91, Pack 2250.

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1800 CENSUS - ABBEVILLE DIST:
                          Males             Females
                       10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name              un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
10   Benj. Terrey      1  1  2  0  1     0  0  1  0  1     8
34   Jerry Terrey      0  0  1  0  0     1  0  1  0  0     8
34   Joseph Terrey     1  0  0  1  0     0  0  1  1  0     2
31   William Terrey    3  1  2  0  0     1  0  1  1  0     0
Editor's Note: The estate of Jeremiah Terry was administered by Nathaniel 
Terry, his brother, Jan 19, 1804. Letters of administration were also applied 
for earlier by his father, Robert Terry and Susanna his wife May 15, 1794. 
Source: Box 91, Pack 2250.
1810 CENSUS - ABBEVILLE DIST:
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
15   Jerimiah S. Teary  0  0  0  1  0     0  1  0  1  0     17
15   Benjamin Teary     0  0  0  0  1     0  0  0  0  1     3
Editor's Note: Jeremiah Sealey Terry "formerly of Chester District SC" was the 
son of John Terry d. 1834 Chester District SC. Benjamin Terry was his father-
in-law.
1820 CENSUS - ABBEVILLE DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
24   Benj. Terry        0  0  0  0  0  1     0  0  0  0  1
32   Jeremiah S. Terry  0  0  0  0  1  0     0  0  0  1  0
Editor's Note: Benjamin Terry estate administered ca. 1823. Source: Box 91, 
pack 2243. Jeremiah S. Terry estate administered Nov. 15, 1823. Source: Box 90, 
pack 2235.
Editor's Note: An Elizabeth Terry b. ca. 1829 Abbeville SC dau. of Elvira 
Roundtree d. 13 Nov 1849 SC and ______ Terry m. George Edward Stalnaker. 
Source: Records of Mrs. W. R. Eckhardt, Jr. p. 65.
1850 CENSUS - ABBEVILLE DIST:
Date:
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP
73  1158 1158  Living with                                       
               Andrew J. McCury   W   M   33  Farmer      SC     (1817)
               Sarah M.     "     "   F   38              SC     (1812)
               Jack W. Terry      "   M   18 (can't read) GA     (1832)
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1860 CENSUS - ABBEVILLE DIST: P.O. Wellington                    
Date: 2 Jun.                                                     
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP    
3   32   31    Living with                                       
               Moses B. Stuckey   W   M   22  Farmer       SC    (1838)
               Mary V.     "      "   F    ?               SC    (18--)
               Joseph Terry       "   M   14               SC    (1846)
1830 CENSUS - ANDERSON DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
                           Males            Females
pg. 183 Henry Terry        001001           120001          7
1850 CENSUS - ANDERSON DIST:
Date:
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP
158 23   24    L/W W. J. Knauff   W   M   49  Cabinet Mkr SC     (1801)
                   S. C.   "      "   F   48              SC     (1802)
               R. L. Terry        W   M   18  Apprentice  AL     (1832)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP
166 139  141   Henry Terry        W   M   62  Cooper      VA     (1788)
               Nancy   "          "   F   57              SC     (1793)
               Susan   "          "   F   18              SC     (1832)
               M. E.   "          "   F   22              SC     (1828)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP
166 140  142   Thomas Terry       W   M   30  Farmer      GA     (1820)
               Elizabeth "        "   F   25              SC     (1825)
               Nancy A.  "        "   F   10              SC     (1840)
               E. J.     "        "   F   6               SC     (1844)
               M. C.     "        "   F   4               SC     (1846)
               M. M.     "        "   F   2               SC     (1848)
1860 CENSUS - ANDERSON DIST: Pendleton Village  
Date: 2 Jun.                                                     
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
255 46   49    L/W W. J. Knauff   W   M   59  Mst.Cab.Mkr. SC    (1801)
                   S. C.    "     "   F   59               SC    (1801)
               Sarah A. Terry     "   F   20               SC    (1840)
               William    "       "   M    7               SC    (1853)
               Edwin      "       "   M    5               SC    (1855)
1810 CENSUS - BARNWELL DIST:                                     
                           Males             Females             
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
100  Stephen Terry      0  1  0  1  0     0  0  1  0  1     6
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1790 CENSUS - BEAUFORT DIST:
                       Males           Females  Others
Pg.  Name              16+  /un 16/    all      Free    Slaves
11   Philip Terry      1     0         0        0       0
Editor's Note: In 1793, Phillip Terry "Shoemaker of Beaufort District" sold 
land of his father "Michael Therry" located in Fairfield District. SC. Source:  
Fairfield District Deed Book I, p. 72. Phillip Terry d. ca. 1839 m. Delphia S. 
Woods and had children: Phillip Jr. m. (1) Mary Rivers (2) Rebecca Rivers; 
Michael Terry m. Elizabeth Ann Bowers; Sarah Terry m. Eldred Gooding. Source: 
Lurene Terry Quick, Rt. 4, Box 279 Swainsboro GA 30401.
1810 CENSUS - BEAUFORT DIST:
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
121  Phillip Terry      2  0  1  0  0     0  1  0  1  0     0
1820 CENSUS - BEAUFORT DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
28   Mical Terry        0  0  0  1  0  0     0  1  1  0  1
30   Phillip Terry      0  0  0  1  0  0     0  0  1  0  0
1830 CENSUS - BEAUFORT DIST: Prince William Parish
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 336 Michael Terry      3100011          11000011        6
pg. 336 Phillip Terry      12002            112000102(?)*   9
Note: Beaufort District is listed in alpha order - no neighbor relationships 
possible. * = Cannot tell on film if this is a 2 or an error. JT.
1840 CENSUS - BEAUFORT DIST: Prince William's Parish
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
                            Males           Females        Slaves
pg. 249 M. Terry           2121001          101001          11
pg. 250 Philler Terry      1022101          0022001         23



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1850 CENSUS - BEAUFORT DIST: Prince William Parish
Date: 27 Sep.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP
21  115  115   John M. Terry      W   M   29  Farmer      SC     (1821)
               Ellen Amelia Terry "   F   25              SC     (1825)
               William        "   "   M    9              SC     (1841)
               Mary           "   "   F    7              SC     (1843)
               Thomas         "   "   M    5              SC     (1845)
               Westly         "   "   M    3              SC     (1847)
               Georgia        "   "   M    2              SC     (1848)
               Rosa           "   "   F  6/12             SC     (1850)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP
22  120  120   Phillip Terry      W   M   48  Planter     SC     (1802)
               Rebecca    "       "   F   48              SC     (1802)
               Phillip    " Jr.   "   M   26  Merchant    SC     (1824)
               Caroline   "       "   F   15              SC     (1835)
               James      "       "   M   13    "         SC     (1837)
               William    "       "   M   11              SC     (1839)
               David      "       "   M    9    "         SC     (1841)
               Debora     "       "   F    7              SC     (1843)
               George     "       "   M    5              SC     (1845)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP
25  173  173   Michael Terry      W   M   52  Planter     SC     (1798)
               Elizabeth  "       "   F   50              SC     (1800)
               William    "       "   M   21  Farmer      SC     (1829)
               Charles    "       "   M   20    "         SC     (1830)
               Elmore     "       "   M   19    "         SC     (1831)
               Elizabeth  "       "   F   16              SC     (1834)
(cond't)       Jacob      "       "   M   15    "         SC     (1835)
               Robert     "       "   M    7              SC     (1843)
               Reiney     "       "   F    3              SC     (1847)
Editor's Note: William Jackson never married; Charles Mickael m. (1) Mary 
Snyder (2) Harriet ______; Philip Elmore m. (1) Caroline Lightsey (2) ?; 
Elizabeth Ann m. William James Gooding; Jacob Andrew m. Mary Eugenia Hogarth; 
Rev. Robert Nelson m. Susan Rivers; Renie or Christina m. Charles M. Rivers.   
Source: Lurene Terry Quick.
1860 CENSUS - BEAUFORT DIST: St. Peter's Parish       
Date: 9 Jul.                                                     
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
55  292  284   Philip   Terry     W   M   57  Planter      SC    (1803)
               Rebecca    "       "   F   57               SC    (1803)
               William    "       "   M   22               SC    (1838)
               Deborah    "       "   F   18               SC    (1842)
               George     "       "   M   16               SC    (1844)
               David      "       "   M   21               SC    (1839)
               Rebecca A. Gibson  "   F    5               SC    (1855)


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Date: 22 Sep. Prince William Parish                        
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
80  107  107   Nancy C. Terry     W   F   45  Planter      SC    (1815)
               Eaddy C. Bowey     "   F   20               SC    (1840)
               Eliza H.   "       "   F   19               SC    (1841)
               Charles N. "       "   M   17               SC    (1843)
               Giles M.   "       "   M   15               SC    (1845)
               Marthart   "       "   F   13               SC    (1847)
               George E   "       "   M   11               SC    (1849)
               Horea P.   "       "   M    9               SC    (1851)
               Rosa A.    "       "   F    7               SC    (1853)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
81  119  126   G. Miles Terry     W   M   34  Farmer       SC    (1826)
               Eliz. A.   "       "   F   34               SC    (1826)
               Eugenia    "       "   F    9               SC    (1851)
               David W.   "       "   M    4               SC    (1856)
               Mary J.    "       "   F    2               SC    (1858)
               Amanda     "       "   F  10/12             SC    (1860)
Date: 24 Sep (same parish as above)                              
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
82  126  133   John M. Terry      W   M   39  Farmer       SC    (1821)
               Ellen A.  "        "   F   35               SC    (1825)
               William P. "       "   M   18               SC    (1842)
               Thomas E.  "       "   M   14               SC    (1846)
               Miles W.   "       "   M   11               SC    (1849)
               Rosa C.    "       "   F   10               SC    (1850)
               Georgia C. "       "   F   10               SC    (1850)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
82  129  136   Jacob A. Terry     W   M   24  Merchant     SC    (1836)
               Mary E.    "       "   F   22               SC    (1838)
               Susan C.   "       "   F  7/12              SC    (1860)
               Philip E.  "       "   M   25  Merchant     SC    (1835)
               R. Nelson          "   M   18               SC    (1842)
Date: 25 Sep (same parish as above)                              
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
82  136  143   Charles M. Terry   W   M   28  Farmer       SC    (1832)
               Mary J.      "     "   F   25               SC    (1835)
               James M.     "     "   M    5               SC    (1855)
               Teresa V.    "     "   F  2/12              SC    (1860)
               Washington Cook    "   M   27  Farm Laborer SC    (1833)
               Miles Hughey       "   M   26    "     "    SC    (1834)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
82  138  144   William J. Gooding W   M   24  Farmer       SC    (1836)
               Elizabeth     "    "   F   26               SC    (1834)
               Mahala E.     "    "   F    2               SC    (1858)
               Reny C. Terry      "   F   13               SC    (1847)
   pg. 82, family #144 - Marriage for this couple is listed in the 
publication, North & South Carolina Marriage Records by W. M. Clemens as: 
Elizabeth Terry to William James Gooding, 4 Sep. 1856 - Beaufort District, SC.
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Date: 6 Oct. (same parish as above)                              
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
94  312  328   Martin E. Terry    W   M   33  Planter      SC    (1827)
               Rebecca A.   "     "   F   30               SC    (1830)
               Mary E.      "     "   F   10               SC    (1850)
               Martin E.    "     "   M    5               SC    (1855)
               Willock F. Terry   W   M    2               SC    (1858)
Editor's Note: Martin Elbert Terry m. Caroline Rebecca Terry. Children: Mockey 
m. Sarah "Sally" Rentz; Mary m. Willie Mixon; Willock m. Mattie Cone. Source: 
Lurene Terry Quick.
1810 CENSUS - CHARLESTON DIST:                                   
                           Males             Females             
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
178  William Terry      1  0  0  1  0     1  0  1  0  0     0
1830 CENSUS-CHARLESTON DIST: City of Charleston (pg. 65 Ward 3, pg. 35 Ward 2)
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 50 Emeld Tere *
pg. 65 Eliza Terre **      001              000012          9
pg. 35 Mrs. A. Terre       001              1103003011      16
Saint John's Barkley:
pg. 186 James Terry        00001            1110001         24
1840 CENSUS - CHARLESTON DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 49  Daniel Terre       20001            01001           5
1850 CENSUS - CHARLESTON DIST: Parishes of St. Phillip & St. Michael
Date: 27 Sep.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP
177 300  334   John James Terry   W   M   25  Tavern Kp.  SC     (1825)
               Chl.(Charles) "    "   M   21  Clerk       AL     (1829)
Date: 12 Nov.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP     
287 1046 1069  Joseph Terry       W   M   29  Tailor      SC     (1821)
               Phoebe   "         "   F   36              SC     (1814)



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1860 CENSUS - CHARLESTON DIST: Charleston City Ward 1    
Date: 6 Jun.                                                     
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP    
197 140  140   L/W John Lambert   W   M   33  Waiter       SC    (1827)
               Joseph W. Terry    "   M   38  Tailor       SC    (1821)
Date: 28 Jun.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP    
209 293  293   Joseph Terry       W   M   38  Tailor       SC    (1821)
Note: This is a duplicate of the one above. JT.
Date: 9 Jun.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
318  (cannot read this one)
Date: 6 Jun. Charleston City Ward 6
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP
414 131  135   L/W Mary M. (?)    W   F   51  Seamstress   SC    (1809)
               Catharine Terry    "   F   18               SC    (1841)
               Esau L      "      "   M   27  Cab. Maker   SC    (1833)
1800 CENSUS - CHESTER DIST:
                          Males             Females
                       10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name              un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
86   John Terry        1  2  2  0  1     1  1  0  1  0     2
88   William Terry     0  0  2  0  0     1  0  1  1  0     1
*Benjamin Terry son of John and Sarah Stokes Terry page 86 dies ca. 1806. His 
wife is Winnefred Nutt Corbett. Source: Chester Co. File 66, pack 1038 probated 
Jun 1806. Administrators John W. Terry and Winnefred Terry.
1810 CENSUS - CHESTER DIST:
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
266  John Terry         0  1  1  1  1     0  0  2  0  2     4
257  Thomas Terry       0  0  2  1  0     0  0  1  0  0     2
261  William Terry      0  0  0  0  1     0  0  0  0  1     0
1813--Moses Hill of the State of "District of Fairfield".... for and in 
Consideration of the good will and affection which I have and do bear towards 
my son in Law Stephen Terry of the State and District aforesaid....doth freely 
give and grant unto the Said Stephen .... a Certain Negro Girl Sarah....this 
21th..day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and 
thirteen. Recorded Chester District SC the 29th .. August 1814. Source: Book Q, 
p. 323. Note: Submitted by Peggy Thomas 1118 Horizon Trail, Richardson TX 
75081.
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1820 CENSUS - CHESTER DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
47   John Terry         0  0  0  0  2  1     0  0  2  0  1
55   Stephen Terry      2  0  0  4  0  1     3  0  1  0  0
58   William Terry      1  0  0  1  0  0     0  0  1  0  0
1830 CENSUS - CHESTER DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 300 J. W. Terry        1000001          11001           9
pg. 301 J. Terry           0000010001       11000010001     13
pg. 311 William Terry      0101000001       110211001       8
*John Terry page 301 dies April, 1834. Source: Chester Co. Estates File 67, 
pack 1050. John W. Terry, his son is administrator. The family haggled over the 
estate and it was mentioned in the will of Priscilla Stokes Terry, John's wife, 
in 1849. Source: File 82, pack 1424. Probated December, 1849. James A. Lewis 
Exec.
1840 CENSUS - CHESTER DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 104 H. Deah Terre      02001001         0011001         32
pg. 272 Priscilla Terry    0                0000000001      4
pg. 307 Thomas Terry       00001001         0               21
1810 CENSUS - CHESTERFIELD DIST:
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
303  William Terry      0  0  1  0  0     0  0  1  0  0     0
1830 CENSUS - CHESTERFIELD DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 267 J. E. Terry        0001             00001           2
pg. 265 Mosbry Terry       1000001          200001          5
pg. 266 Thomas Terry       000030001        00000001        5
pg. 267 William Terry      2010001          00001           5
Note: Chesterfield District is listed in alpha order - no neighbor 
relationships possible.
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Editor's Note: A Thomas Terry commenced drawing a pension of $240 on 4 Mar 1831 
in Anson Co. NC stating his age at that time as 77 years of age. This Thomas 
Terry was a private Ref: No. Car. DAR Roster p. 418. He removed to Mt. Crogham, 
SC. He died about 1850 in Chesterfield Co. SC and a Stephen Terry gave the 
above record of Thomas Terry, signed by Alfred M. Lowry on 18 Dec 1860, when he 
inquired whether there might be a balance due the heirs of Thomas Terry 
deceased. Source: Terry Records of Virginia by Mrs. James J. Bushnell, p. 17.
1840 CENSUS - CHESTERFIELD DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 370 James E. Terry     10001            00001           3
pg. 369 Jane Terry         0001             0120001         5
pg. 370 Louis (female?)    021              110001          0
pg. 369 Nathaniel Terry    0200011          010001          6
pg. 370 William E. Terry   100001           00001           3
1850 CENSUS - CHESTERFIELD DIST:
Date: 30 Aug.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP     
116 277  277   Lewsing Terry      W   M   50  (NR)        SC     (1800)
               Sarah A.  "        "   F   18              SC     (1832)
               John A.   "        "   M   20              SC     (1830)
               Margaret  "        "   F   12              SC     (1838)
               William J. "       "   M    5              SC     (1845)
Date: 20 Dec.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP     
171 1123 1123  Calvin Terry       W   M   25  Carpenter   SC     (1825)
               Frankey   "        "   F   22              SC     (1828)
               Emily J.  "        "   F    3              SC     (1847)
               Infant    "        "   1    M              SC     (1850?)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP     
171 1125 1125  Jane Terry         W   F   50              NC     (1800)
               Sarah A. Terry     "   F   17              SC     (1833)
               Mary P.    "       "   F   15              SC     (1835)














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1860 CENSUS - CHESTERFIELD DIST: P.O. Cheraw (hard to read this page)
Date: 23 Jun.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
108 205  203   Champ  Terry       W   M   50  Wagon Driver  ?    (1810)
               Eliza    "         "   F   46               nr    (1814)
               Thomas   "         "   M   16               nr    (1844)
               Nancy    "         "   F   14               nr    (1846)
               M C ?    "         "   F   13               nr    (1847)
               A D ?    "         "   M   11               nr    (1849)
               James    "         "   M    9               nr    (1851)
               Harriet  "         "   F    7               nr    (1853)
               Peter ?  "         "   M    5               SC    (1855)
               Sarah    "         "   F    3               AR    (1857)
Date: 1 Aug. P.O. Mount Crigham
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
150 807  805   J. H.    Terry     W   M   25  Laborer      SC    (1835)
               Mary J.    "       "   F   19               SC    (1841)
               William J. Ladlock "   M   25  Laborer      SC    (1835)
Date: 23 Aug. P.O. Cheraw
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
174 1126 1125  Ann Terry          W   F   40               SC    (1820)
               Eliza  "           "   F   16               SC    (1844)
               Jacob  "           "   M   15  Laborer      SC    (1845)
1790 CENSUS - CAMDEN DIST: CLAREMONT:
                       Males           Females  Others
Pg.  Name              16+  /un 16/    all      Free    Slaves
17   William Terry     1     1         2        0       0
 
1790 CENSUS - CAMDEN DIST: CLARENDON:
                       Males           Females  Others
Pg.  Name              16+  /un 16/    all      Free    Slaves
18   Joseph Terry      2     2         3        0       0
1860 CENSUS - DARLINGTON DIST:
Date:  June
387 289  289   L/W Morgan Collins W   M   28  Laborer      SC    (1832)
               L. Terry           "   F   55               SC    (1805)







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1790 CENSUS - EDGEFIELD:
                       Males           Females  Others
Pg.  Name              16+  /un 16/    all      Free    Slaves
67   John Terry        1     0         2        0       3
67   William Terry     2     2         3        0       9
68   Joseph Terry      2     4         4        0       3
1800 CENSUS - EDGEFIELD DIST:     
                          Males             Females
                       10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name              un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
163  William Tillery*  1  2  2  1  1     2  0  0  1  0     0
163  John Tillery*     1  3  0  0  1     0  0  0  1  0     1
137  John Terry#       1  0  0  2  0     4  0  0  1  0     4
166  Stephen Terry     2  2  0  0  1     0  1  1  0  1     7
Note: *According to tax lists and deed comparisons, these two Tillerys should 
be Terry.  There is no doubt when one compares the documents.  There were 
Tillerys in the area -- it obviously caused confusion with the enumerator.  
When comparing the enumeration numbers, it is even possible the enumerator got 
the Tillerys and missed the Terrys altogether.  I have copied the original for 
close inspection and it is a hopeless error (mess!).
#In the printed index, there are two John Terrys listed, one on page 137 and 
one on page 138 -- on the original enumeration list there is no John Terry on 
138 -- an enumeration error. JT.
Editor's Note: John Terry and "wife Annamoriah Terry" 1790 grant of 270 acres 
to William Strom on 5 Mar 1799. Source: Edgefield Deeds Recorded 1802.
1810 CENSUS - EDGEFIELD DIST:    
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
48   James Terry        1  0  1  0  0     0  0  1  0  0     1
48   John Terry         1  1  0  0  1     2  1  2  1  0     16
39   John Terry Jr.     1  0  1  1  0     1  0  0  1  0     2
79   Stephen Terry      0  2  0  0  1     0  0  0  1  1     6
93   Thomas Teurry (?)  2  0  0  1  0     0  0  1  0  0     2
40   William Terry      2  1  1  0  2     0  0  1  0  1     20
Page 40: William Terry, son of James Terry d. 1799 Granville Co. NC JT.
Page 48: James Terry, son of Stephen Terry # 79 below. He m. Susanna Clement, 
daughter of Zephania Clement. JT. 
Editor's Note: A James Terry "a successful attorney in the village of 
Edgefield" d. Choctaw Co. AL July 21, 1856 in "66th year of age". Source: 
Edgefield Advertiser August 6, 1856.
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Page 48a: John Terry Sr., son of James Terry d. 1799. He died 1817. Source:  
Apartment 28, package 1014. JT.
Page 73: Edgefield District, lists a Stephen Terre in the printed index.  A 
close look and comparison of writing in the original enumeration reveals the 
name to be Tiere. One can compare the first "e" in Tiere with the "e" in the 
name Daniel at the end of the listing on pg. 73.  In earlier works of mine, 
this Stephen Terre never did "fit".  Now I feel his name is sounded like Tyree.  
He is not a Terry.
Page 79: Stephen Terry, son of James Terry d. 1799 Granville Co. NC JT.
The Thomas Teurry on pg. 93 is very hard to read, but the spelling I have given 
is what it looks like to me.  In the past, I was not aware of a Thomas in this 
area, nor have I seen him in deeds, estates, etc.  It is most probable that he 
is not a Terry.  JT.
Editor's Note: William Terry estate citation issued 13 Jan 1816. Source: 
Apartment 28, package 1009.
1820 CENSUS - EDGEFIELD DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
126  Anna Maria Terry   0  0  0  2  0  0     0  1  1  0  1     16 
97   John Terry         0  0  0  0  1  0     2  0  0  1  0      2
90   John Terry Sr.     1  1  2  0  1  0     0  0  1  1  0      9 
95   Joseph Terry       0  0  0  1  0  0     0  0  1  0  0      8
94   Sally Terry        0  0  0  0  1  0     0  0  0  0  1     10
89   Stephen Terry Jr.  0  0  0  0  1  0     0  1  0  1  0      4
107  Stephen Terry Sr.  0  0  0  1  0  1     0  0  0  0  1     10
Page 89: Stephen Terry b. 22 Apr 1789 was the son of William Terry d. 1816. 
Stephen m. Jane Buckhalter and they removed to Copiah County MS, JT.
Page 90: John Terry Sr., son of William Terry d. 1817, was called Jr. in 1817 
probate, JT.
Page 94: Sally Terry, wife of William Terry d. 1816. Sarah "Frances" Minter, 
dau. of Joseph Minter and Anna Maria Gooch of Granville, NC. JT.
Page 95: Joseph M. Terry, son of William Terry d. 1817 Edgefield SC. J. M. 
Terry b. 27 Apr 1799. JT.
Page 97: John Terry N.C., son of James Terry d. 1848 Granville NC. "NC" written 
on film. JT.
Page 107: Stephen Terry Sr., son of James Terry d. 1799 Granville NC. He m. 
Annie Clement. JT.
Page 126: Anna Maria Terry, wife of John Terry d. 1817 Edgefield SC, JT.

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Editor's note: Land divided: 1/3 to widow Anna M. Terry; the remaining equally 
divided between Joseph P. Terry, John and and his wife Elizabeth, David 
Nicholson and his wife Nancy, John Terry N. C. and his wife Anna Maria, James 
Terry, and Mary Ann Terry. Source: Edgefield Equity Court Records, Roll 328, 
Year 1827. Ex Parte Anna M. Terry, Joseph P. Terry, John Terry & Elizabeth his 
wife, David Nicholson & Nancy his wife, John Terry N.C. & Anna Mariah his wife, 
and Guthridge Cheatham and Sarah his wife. Bill to Partition Filed May, 1827.
1830 CENSUS - EDGEFIELD DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 150 Ann M. Terrey      00001            000100001       16
pg. 150 J. P. Terrey       10001            10001           5
pg. 179 James Terrey       100001           10001           13
pg. 150 John Terrey        01010011         00001011        18
pg. 150 John Terrey        2100001          012001          8
pg. 150 John Terrey        000001           000001          8
pg. 218 Joseph M. Terry    01002            1101            37
pg. 186 Rolin Terry        00002            0               15
pg. 217 Stephen Terry      0000000001       0000000001      12
pg. 218 Stephen Terry      100001           00001           3
Page 149 S. C. Terry, son of Stephen Terry Sr. #219 m. Eliz. Strum, dau. of 
William and Mary Strum, JT.  This appeared on an earlier reading, editor.
Page 150 Ann M. Terry, wife of John Terry dec'd 1817, JT.
Page 150a J. P. Terry, son of Ann M. Terry pg. # 150, JT.
Page 150b John Terry, son of William Terry d. 1816 Edgefield SC, JT.
Page 150c John Terry, son of James Terry d. 1848 NC. He died between 1835 and 
1840, JT.
Page 150d John Terry, son of Steven Terry Sr.??. He was 58 on 1850 census, JT.
Page 179 James Terry, son of William Terry d. 1816 or probably son of Ann # 
150??, JT.
Page 186 Rolin Terry, These are the two sons of William Terry d. 1816 Edgefield 
SC. JT.
Page 218 Stephen Terry, son of William d. 1816, JT. 









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1840 CENSUS - EDGEFIELD DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 69  Ann M. Terry       211101           1212101001      28
pg. 52  James Terry        2110001          010001          31
pg. 69  John Terry         0010001          00002           12
pg. 69  Steven C. Terry    001101           000001          13
Editor's Note: Will of Mary Strom ca. 1850, names step-sons and daughter 
Elizabeth Terry wife of Stephen C. Terry. Source: Apartment 63, package 2602.
Note: James Terry, pg. 52 - Edgefield District, lived in the town of Edgefield.  
All others enumerated just Edgefield District JT.
Editor's Note: Will of Anna Maria Terry names children: Anna Maria Terry, Sarah 
Cheatham, James Terry, Nancy Nicholson, Mary Ann Reynolds, Joseph Terry 
deceased his children (not named). Source: Edgefield County Probate Records 
Will Book 1-D, p. 285 ca. 1843.
1850 CENSUS - EDGEFIELD DIST:
Date: 24 Sep.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP     
66  1008 1008  John Terry         W   M   58  Farmer      NC     (1792)
               Frances "          "   F   22              SC     (1828)
               William "          "   M   21     "        SC     (1829)
Date: 25 Sep.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP     
67  1027 1027  Elvira Terry       W   F   39              SC     (1811)
               William  "         "   M   15  Farmer      SC     (1835)              
               Roland   "         "   F   13              SC     (1837)
               Nancy C. "         "   F   11              SC     (1839)               
               Joseph P. "        "   F    9              SC     (1841)
Date: 17 Dec.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP     
154 2348 2348  Ann M.   Terry     W   F   59  (NR)        SC     (1791)
               Ann M.     "       "   F   30              SC     (1820)
               John       "       "   M   25              SC     (1825)
               Joseph     "       "   M   26              SC     (1824)
               William    "       "   M   22              SC     (1828)
Editor's Note: Case of Stephen C. Terry v. John Terry and others. Real estate 
of Stephen Terry Sr. Dec'd [1837]: Distributees -- 1/4 to John Terry, Stephen 
C. Terry, Elizabeth dau. of Clement A. Jones & wife Susanna and children of 
James Terry 1/10 of 1/4: Thomas, James, Hilliard J., Samuel C., James Meigs and 
wife Ann, Richard, Susan, Francis A., Moses P. and William. Source: Edgefield 
Probate Court Receipt Book (1839-1852) p. 143. There is more on James's 
children in Bibb Co. AL records. 




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1860 CENSUS - EDGEFIELD DIST: P.O. Pleasant Lane   
Date: 2 Aug.                                                     
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
57  869  854   J. T. Terry        W   M   35  Mechanic     SC    (1825)
               Sarah   "          "   F   30               SC    (1830)
               John L. "          "   M    9               SC    (1851)
               Wm. A.  "          "   M    6               SC    (1854)
               Sarah A. "         "   F    4               SC    (1856)
   pg. 57, family #854 - J. T. Terry is Joseph T. Terry, son Ann M. Terry on 
1850.
Date: 3 Aug. P.O. Edgefield C.H.                                 
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
59  895  880   J. H. Terry        W   M   35  Farmer       SC    (1825)
               Mary A.  "         "   F   28               SC    (1835)
               Mary V. Terry      W   F    2               SC    (1858)
               Sarah E.   "       "   F  10/12             SC    (1860)
               Henry Bell         "   M   43  Carpenter    SC    (1817)
               Betsey "           "   F   23               SC    (1837)
               Mrs. M. Delaughter "   F   56               SC    (1804)
   pg. 59, family #880 - J.H. Terry is John H. Terry, son of Ann M. Terry on 
1850.  John's marriage is recorded in the above mentioned source as: John Terry 
to Mary Ann DeLaughter, daughter of John Randell DeLaughter, 6 Jan 1853 - 
Edgefield District, SC. Also, the Henry Bell and Elizabeth in same group are 
most likely some tie-in to the marriage listed in the same source as: Elizabeth 
Terry, daughter of John Terry, late of Edgefield District, to Isaac A. Bell, 18 
Jan 1843 -Edgefield District, SC.
Date: 16 Aug. P.O. Duntonville                                   
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
69  1059 1046  Rollin Terry       W   M   23  Farmer       SC    (1837)
               Jane     "         "   F   19               SC    (1841)
               James    "         "   M    3               SC    (1857)
               Mary F.  "         "   F    1               SC    (1859)
               Elvira   "         "   F   50               SC    (1810)
               Permelia Stalmaker "   F    ?               SC    (18--)
   pg. 69, family #1046 - Marriage for this couple is listed in the same above 
source as: Roland Terry to Jane Summerall, 30 Oct. 1855, Edgefield District, 
SC.
Date: 13 Sep.  P.O. Cold Spring                                  
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
91  1388 1377  Living with                                       
               Mr. M. Summerall   W   M   43               SC    (1817)
               James M. Terry     "   M    3               SC    (1857)
               Augusta    "       "   M    2               SC    (1858)




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Date: 12 June P.O. Kirksey's Cross Road                          
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
125 92   92    W. S. Terry Agt ?  W   M   26  Overseer     SC    (1834)
               A. M. Terry        "   F   68               SC    (1792)
               Anna    "          "   F   38               SC    (1822)
   pg. 91, family #1377 - Marriage of William Terry to Elizabeth Summerall is 
listed in the above source as: 27 Dec. 1855.  I'm sure this William is the 
brother of the above Roland Terry who both were living with their mother, 
Elvira Terry (wife of Joseph P. Terry, dec'd), in 1850.  Elizabeth Summerall 
Terry died (Mike you have the notice in your SC newspaper obits), 29 June 1857 
"in the 23rd year of her life." I don't know what happened to William.
1790 CENSUS - CAMDEN DIST: FAIRFIELD:
                       Males           Females  Others
Pg.  Name              16+  /un 16/    all      Free    Slaves
20   Amey Terry        0     0         1        0       0
1800 CENSUS - FAIRFIELD DIST
                          Males             Females
                       10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name              un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
208  Stephen Terry     0  2  1  0  1     1  0  0  0  1     5
218  William Terry     0  0  0  0  1     0  0  0  0  1     0
1810 CENSUS - FAIRFIELD DIST:    
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
186  Mary Terry         3  0  1  0  0     1  1  0  1  0     8
1820 CENSUS - FAIRFIELD DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
154  Mary Terry         0  2  1  1  1  0     0  0  1  0  1
1830 CENSUS - FAIRFIELD DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 378 Mary Terry         00003            10002001        26
pg. 372 Sarah Terry        0012             0011001         6
Editor's Note: Mary (Sutton) Terry's husband Stephen or Samuel d. ca. 1807.
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1790 CENSUS - GREENVILLE:
                       Males           Females  Others
Pg.  Name              16+  /un 16/    all      Free    Slaves
71   William Terry     1     0         5        0       0
70   Maryan Terry      0     1         3        0       0
Editor's Note: We need these documents: Greenville District SC Deed Book B 
1787-1791: Joseph Terry, Keziah Terry, Nancy B. Terry, Sally Ivy Terry, William 
Terry.
1800 CENSUS - GREENVILLE DIST: 
                          Males             Females
                       10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name              un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
252  Pomphret Terry    0  2  1  0  1     1  0  0  0  1     5
252  Mumphard Terry    2  0  1  0  0     0  0  1  0  0     0
274  Thomas Terry      2  0  0  0  1     1  0  0  1  0     0
265  William Terry     1  0  0  0  1     0  0  2  1  0     0
Editor's Note:
     The Will of Joseph Terry Sr. was proven 19 Dec 1785 and names children: 
David, Thomas, Joseph, Anna Barksdale, Lucy Williams, Elizabeth Oliver, 
Champness Terry dec'd heirs, grandson Thomas son of David Terry. Pittsylvania 
Co. VA deed book II p. 148 noted in Terry Records of Virginia by Mrs. James J. 
Bushnell.
     The Will of Champness Terry [dec'd above??] written 14 Sep 1785 inventory 
in Pittsylvania Co. VA 21 Jun 1784. Names wife Sarah and children: Sarah, 
Champness, David and an unborn child. Source: Charleston SC Will Book 1774-1779 
p. 373 and Pittsylvania Co. VA Account Bk 1, p. 163. Noted in Terry Records of 
Virginia p. 171-172.
     Recently received some notes by Mrs. W. R. Eckhardt, Jr. from Spurgeon 
Terry. I do not know how reliable they are. "Joseph Terry of Halifax Co. VA to 
Greenville Co., SC m. Lucy Hatcher b. ca. 1740. Their children: David, Mumford, 
Barksdale, Joseph Jr., Lucy b. VA, Margaret b. VA, Ann and Patsy.
     David Terry was in SC as late as 1828; Mumford Terry had a son Champness 
Terry, Barksdale Terry had a son Henry J. Terry; Joseph Terry Jr. went to KY. 
Margaret Terry  m. 1792 in SC Vincent Anderson and had sons named Crawford 
Anderson and John Anderson. Lucy Terry oldest daughter b. VA 1774 m. 
Epaphriditis Hightower and lived in Buncome Co. NC. Ann Barksdale Terry m. Wm. 
Lynch. She was b. ca. 1797 in SC. Patsy Terry m. 1798 in Halifax Co. VA to 
Bannister Wade. They later went to KY. Margaret Terry who m. Vincent Anderson 
went to KY. Their son, Crawford Anderson m. Jincy Cunningham. The final account 
of Estate of Capt. Joseph Terry is referred to when he d. ca. 1820 in 
Greenville Dist. SC." 


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1810 CENSUS - GREENVILLE DIST:
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
124  B. Terry           2  0  0  1  0     0  0  1  0  0     0
102  Drucilla Terry     0  0  0  0  0     0  0  0  1  1     0
100  George Terry       0  3  0  0  1     6  0  0  1  0     0
124  J. Terry           0  1  1  0  1     0  0  1  0  1     9
100  Thomas Terry       4  2  0  0  1     2  0  1  0  1     0
Editor's Note: George Terry b. 1764 d. bef. 1838 Franklin Co. IN m. Mary 
Taylor. He came to U. S. ca. 1808. They had 11 in family: Thomas m. Eleanor 
______, George, Jane m. Isaac Loper or Soper, Nancy (Ann) m. Joseph Eldon, 
Elizabeth (Betsy) m. Harrison Thompson, Mary m. Gaston Terry, Allice (Alley) m. 
Harmon Long Miller, Margaret, William Alexander d. Lawrence Co. AR 1855 m. 
Mahala ______ and Sarah Taylor (Sallie) m. John Miller. Source: Joanna A. 
Baker, 15933 Wetherburn Rd., Chesterfield MO 63017.
1820 CENSUS - GREENVILLE DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
76   Barksdale Terrey   3  1  0  0  1  0     1  0  0  1  0
84   David Terrey       2  0  0  0  1  0     2  0  1  0  0
94   George Terry       1  0  0  2  0  1     0  4  2  0  1
85   Joseph Terry       0  0  0  1  0  1     0  0  1  0  1
94   Nancy Terry        0  2  0  3  0  0     0  1  1  0  1
1830 CENSUS - GREENVILLE DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 336 Ann Terry (widow)  00002            000010001       6
pg. 334 Champion Terry     01001            120011          8
pg. 334 Capt. David Terry  2210001          121001          41
pg. 336 George Terry       00010101         00122001        9
pg. 334 Lucy Terry (widow) 00001            0001000000001   5
pg. 338 Susy Terry         0                0000002         2
Editor's Note: Lucy (Hatcher) Terry d. 1842 "in the 94th year of her 
age....relict of the late Capt. Joseph Terry."
Note: Greenville Dist is listed in alpha order - no neighbor relationships is 
possible. Lucy Terry of pg. 334 is also listed in the printed index as being on 
pg. 338 -- read it carefully, no such name on pg. 338.  JT.




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1840 CENSUS - GREENVILLE DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 276 Ann W. Terry       0                000000001       6
pg. 276 Ausbury Terry      210011           201001          17
pg. 276 Charles Terry      100001           11001           7
pg. 276 Drucilla Terry     01               0000000011      2
pg. 276 Gastin Terry       300001           020001          8
pg. 276 Jabez Terry        212001           0100001         8
pg. 276 John M.D. Terry    100001           1210001         10
pg. 276 William A. Terry   21001            10001           10
John McDowell Terry, Jabez Terry, Asbury Terry, Gaston Terry, Charles Terry 
were sons of Thomas Terry d. 1821 and Ann W. McDowell Terry d. 1852.
1850 CENSUS - GREENVILLE DIST:
Date: 19 Aug.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP     
345 403  403   C.      Terry      W   M   50  Farmer      SC     (1800)
               Permelia   "       "   F   43              SC     (1807)
               John       "       "   M   14              SC     (1836)
               William    "       "   M    9              SC     (1841)
               Alfred     "       "   M    6              SC     (1844)
(cond't)       Benjamin   "       "   M    1              SC     (1849)
Date: 22 Oct.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu        BP     
404 1287 1287  L/W Wm. Mears      W   M   53  Farmer      SC     (1797)
                   R.    "        "   F   47              SC     (1803)
               Ann Terry          "   F   90         Ireland     (1760)
Editor's note: Rebecca Terry Mears was a daughter of Thomas Terry d. 1821; Ann 
Terry was probably her mother.
Date: 5 Nov.                                                     
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
420 1483 1483  J. M.   Terry      W   M   55  Farmer       SC    (1795)
               Mary      "        "   F   50               SC    (1800)
               William   "        "   M   20  Student      SC    (1830)
               John      "        "   M   17     "         SC    (1833)
               Robert    "        "   M   14               SC    (1836)
               Sarah     "        "   F   11               SC    (1839)
               Lucian Mc Cull     "   M    4               SC    (1846)
               Sarah Graydon      "   F   80               NC    (1770)
Editor's Note: John McDowell Terry died [1853] at his residence in Greenville 
District....in the 58th year of his age. Mary Graydon Terry his wife, d. 1879, 
in her 79th year of age at her home in Hamburg, Ashley Co., Arkansas. 



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Date: 15 Nov.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu      BP     
434 1692 1692  Jabez    Terry     W   M   55  Farmer    Ire.     (1795)
               Elizabeth   "      "   F   49            Ire.     (1801)
               Ann         "      "   F   23            Ire.     (1827)
               James       "      "   M   20  Laborer   Ire.     (1830)
               Jane        "      "   F   19            Ire.     (1831)
               Eliza       "      "   F   17            Ire.     (1833)
               Lucinda     "      "   F   13            Ire.     (1837)
               Rebecca     "      "   F   11            Ire.     (1839)
Editor's Note: Jabez Terry d. 1853 m. Elizabeth D. Ashmore and I don't think 
IRE is correct.
Date: 16 Nov.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
435 1715 1715  Gastin  Terry      W   M   46  Farmer       SC    (1804)
               Mary      "        "   F   44               Eng.  (1806)
               Aley      "        "   F   17               SC    (1833)
               Tulley    "        "   M   14               SC    (1836)
               George    "        "   M   12               SC    (1838)
               John      "        "   M   10               SC    (1840)
               William   "        "   M    8               SC    (1842)
               Elizabeth "        "   F    6               SC    (1844)
               Martha    "        "   F    3               SC    (1847)
Editor's note: Gaston Terry d. 1881 m. Mary Terry.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
435 1719 1719  Charles   Terry    W   M   43  Farmer       SC    (1807)
               Permelia    "      "   F   35               SC    (1815)
               Lucinda     "      "   F   15               SC    (1835)
               Harriet     "      "   F   13               SC    (1837)
               Andrew      "      "   M   11               SC    (1839)
               Charles     "      "   M    8               SC    (1842)
               Ann         "      "   F    6               SC    (1844)
               Jane        "      "   F    4               SC    (1846)
               Whiteman    "      "   M    1               SC    (1849)
1860 CENSUS - GREENVILLE DIST: P.O. Dublin, Fairview Division    
Date: 22 Oct.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
363 2376 2269  Elizabeth Terry    W   F   58  House Keep.  SC    (1802)
               Mary J.     "      "   F   27               SC    (1833)
               James S.    "      "   M   25  Farmer       SC    (1835)
               E. Caroline "      "   F   25               SC    (1835)
(cond't)       Lucinda     "      "   F   22               SC    (1838)
               M. Rebecca  "      "   F   20               SC    (1840)





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Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
364 2420 2294  C.      Terry      W   M   53  Farmer       SC    (1807)
               Permelia   "       "   F   45               SC    (1805)
               John A.    "       "   M   20               SC    (1840)
               Charles W. "       "   M   17               SC    (1843)
               Ann E.     "       "   F   14               SC    (1846)
               Jane E.    "       "   F   12               SC    (1848)
               Whatner H. "       "   M   11               SC    (1849)
               John M.    "       "   M    8               SC    (1852)
               Capers C.  "       "   M    7               SC    (1857)
               David T.   "       "   M    5               SC    (1855)
               Missouri   "       "   F    3               SC    (1857)
               Doctor     "       "   M    1               SC    (1859)
Editor's Note: Charles Terry, a brother of Gaston, d. 1875 m. Permelia McElroy.
Date: 23 Oct.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
365 2428 2302  G.      Terry      W   M   54  Farmer       SC    (1806)
               Mary       "       "   F   54               Eng.  (1806)
               Thomas F.  "       "   M   24  Student      SC    (1836)
               Georgia R. "       "   F   23               SC    (1837)
               John M.    "       "   M   20  Student      SC    (1840)
               Willian C. "       "   M   18               SC    (1842)
               Elizabeth  "       "   F   16               SC    (1844)
               Maria  Terry       W   F   12               SC    (1848)
               Jane     "         "   F   10               SC    (1850)
               T.M. Mears         "   M   25  Mechanic     SC    (1835)
               J.D. Puison        "   M   18     "         SC    (1842)
               J.T.(?) Sprenill   "   M   19  Apprentice   SC    (1841)
1820 CENSUS - LANCASTER DIST:   
                           Males                Females          
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
191  Hanah Terry        1  1  1  1  0  0     2  1  0  1  0
1830 CENSUS - LANCASTER DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 77  Hannah Terry       00001            0010001         3
1840 CENSUS - LANCASTER DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 412 James Terry        11011            1001001         7


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1790 CENSUS - NEWBERRY:
                       Males           Females  Others
Pg.  Name              16+  /un 16/    all      Free    Slaves
78   Barthom Terrer    1     0         1        0       0
76   John Terry        3     0         4        0       0
1830 CENSUS - PICKENS DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 308 Abner Terry        0000001          0100001         0
1860 CENSUS - PICKENS DIST: P.O. Walhalla
Date: 23 Jun.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
38  587  587   C. C. Terry        W  M  27  Printer        SC    (1833)
               Rhoda M. "         "  F  17                 SC    (1843)
 
1810 CENSUS - KERSHAW DIST:
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
166  James Terry        3  0  1  0  1     2  1  1  1  0     1
Editor's Note: James Terry was one of the appraisers of the Estate of William 
Bethany Sr.  19 Jun 1802, whose wife was Rhoda Bethany. Source: Leanardo Andrea 
papers p. 10.
Editor's note: Rebecca Terry is named as a daughter of William Bethany Sr. 
whose will was proved 18 Dec 1813 and wife, Mary Bethany with Joshua Watson 
were executors of said will. Source: Leanardo Andrea papers p. 10.
Editor's Note:
1850 Census Austin Co. TX
Page 100 lists M. Terry [Micajah] age 50 b. SC wife Mary. 
Page 98 Thomas Bethany age 72 b. SC, Rebecca Bethany age 55 b. SC and Alcy 
Bethany age 47 b. SC.
1820 CENSUS - KERSHAW DIST:  
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
154  James Terry        1  1  1  2  0  1     2  3  1  0  1
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1860 CENSUS - KERSHAW DIST: 2nd Division
Date: 3 July
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
89  237  237   Jane Terry         W  F  68  Keeping House  SC    (1792)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
89  242  242   R. R. Terrie       W  M  65  Planter        SC    (1795)
Note:  This is Terrie in the index, however a close comparison of the 
handwriting on the sheet shows the correct name to be Terril. JT.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
89  243  243   L/W Jonetth ? Murnan W M  43 Overseer       SC    (1817)
                   Rebecca      "   " F  43                SC    (1817)
               L. A. Terry          " F  30                SC    (1830)
1800 CENSUS - LAURENS DIST:
                          Males             Females
                       10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name              un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
16   John Terry        3  0  0  1  0     0  1  0  1  0     0
15   William Terry Jr  1  0  0  1  0     0  0  1  0  0     0
15   William Terry Sr  0  1  2  0  1     0  0  1  0  1     0
1810 CENSUS - LAURENS DIST:
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
30   John Terry         1  0  1  0  1     1  1  1  0  1     0
45   Joseph Terry       2  0  0  1  0     0  0  1  0  0     0
1820 CENSUS - LAURENS DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
17   John Terry         0  0  0  2  0  2     0  0  2  0  1
16   John Terry         0  0  0  2  0  1     2  0  0  0  1
1830 CENSUS - LAURENS DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 246 John Terry         100000001        0000010001      4
pg. 224 John Terry         100111           00001           8
pg. 276 Yaung Terry        000001           0 (can't read)  1

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1840 CENSUS - LAURENS DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 74  John Terry         0010000001       000001          3
1850 CENSUS - LAURENS DIST:
Date: 5 Oct.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
257 868  868   Joseph Terry       W   M   49  Farmer       SC    (1801)
               Sarah    "         "   F   25               SC    (1825)
               Albert   "         "   M    9               SC    (1841)
               Martha   "         "   F    7               SC    (1843)
               John     "         "   M    4               SC    (1846)
(cond't)       Sabra E. "         "   F    1               SC    (1849)
Date: 23 Oct.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
269 1066 1066  L/W Wm. Madden Jr. W   M   50  Farmer       SC    (1800)
                   Rebecca "      "   F   40               SC    (1810)
                   Benjamin Terry "   M   14               SC    (1836)
1850 - Laurens Dist:
   pg. 269, family #1066 - From the same marriage source as listed in previous 
notes, the following marriage appears: Benjamin Terry to Frances Madden, 11 
Nov. 1866, Laurens District, SC.
Date: (NR)                                                       
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
276 1157 1157  Jane    Terry      W   F   40               SC    (1810)
               Sarah A.  "        "   F   17               SC    (1833)
               Frances   "        "   F   12               SC    (1838)
               William   "        "   M   11               SC    (1839)
               Mahaly A. "        "   F    9               SC    (1841)
               Emily R.  "        "   F    7               SC    (1843)
Date: (NR)                                                       
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
314 1737 1737  Nancy   Terry      W   F   60               SC    (1790)
               Newton    "        "   M   22  Farmer       SC    (1828)
               Tandy     "        "   M    6               SC    (1844)
Date: 29 Nov.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
315 1753 1753  Thomas O. P. Terry W   M   24  School Teac. SC    (1826)
               Jane           "   "   F   28               SC    (1822)
               Alonzo E. W.   "   "   M    2               SC    (1848)




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1860 CENSUS - LAURENS DIST: P.O. Waterloo      
Date: 19 Jun.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
247 450  434   Jemmy (Jenny) Terry W F  60  Widow          SC    (1800)
               Fs (?)          "   " F  30                 SC    (1830)
               Haley           "   " F  20                 SC    (1840)
               Emily           "   " F  17                 SC    (1843)
Date: 29 Jun. Tumbling Shoals                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
263 ---- 696   Tandy Terry        W  M  18  Farm Hand      SC    (1842)
               Nancy   "          "  F  55                 SC    (1805)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
264 706  684   William Terry      W  M  29  Farmer         SC    (1831)
               Mary      "        "  F  26                 SC    (1834)
               John      "        "  M   1                 SC    (1859)
(cond't)       B. F.     "        "  M 6/12                SC    (1860)
               B. H. Jones        "  M  24                 SC    (1836)
                                                                 
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
264 708  686   Wesley Terry       W  M  24  (NR)           SC    (1836)
               Carry    "         "  F  20                 SC    (1840)
Date: 10 Jul. P.O. Laurens C. H.                                 
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
284 1026 1006  L/W Nancy Mots     "  F  62  Farmer         SC    (1798)
               Catherine Madden   "  F  24                 SC    (1836)
               Susan       "      "  F  69                 SC    (1791)
               W. H. Terry        "  M  21  Farm Hand      SC    (1839)
Date: 4 Aug. P.O. Clinton                                        
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
337 1892 1854  J. N. Terry        W  M  32  Harness Maker  SC    (1828)
               M.      "          "  W  28                 SC    (1832)
               Jane Meeks         "  F  17                 SC    (1833)
Note: On the above, J. N. Terry, the index says J. W. This is not correct.  A 
comparison of the "N" and "W" on the sheet show the J. N. is right. JT.
1810 CENSUS - PENDLETON DIST:      
                           Males             Females             
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +         
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
154  Henry Terry        0  0  1  0  0     0  0  0  0  0     0





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1820 CENSUS - PENDLETON DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
188  Abner Terry        0  0  0  0  1  0     0  0  0  0  1
202  Lewis Terry        2  2  0  0  1  0     1  0  1  0  1
1820 CENSUS - RICHLAND DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
98   John Terry         0  0  1  2  0  1     0  0  1  0  1
1830 CENSUS - RICHLAND DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 408 Charles Terry      000001           00001           2
pg. 408 Daniel Terry       000001           220001          6
pg. 419 John Terry         1100001          010001          10
1850 CENSUS - RICHLAND DIST:
Date: 7 Sep.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
67  499  508   John D. Terry      W   M   28  Planter      SC    (1822)
               Elizabeth  "       "   F   20               SC    (1830)
               William H. "       "   M    2               SC    (1848)
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
67  502  511   John Terry         W   M   64  Planter      SC    (1786)
1860 CENSUS - RICHLAND DIST:  Columbia
Date: 27 Jul.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
46  737  747   Living with                                       
               Conner W. O'Leary  W  M  41  Dep. Sheriff Ire.    (1819)
               James Terry        "  M  26  Stone Cutter Ire.    (1834)
Date: 2 Aug. Lunatic Asylum                                      
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
55  ---- ----  Susan Terry        "  F  51  lunatic        SC    (1809)
Note: There is a duplication of this entry on the film, thus she is listed 
twice in the index. JT.                                           



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1810 CENSUS - SPARTANBURG DIST:
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
199  John Terry         0  2  1  0  1     2  1  1  1  0     0
191  Judea Terry        0  0  0  0  0     2  1  0  0  1     0
1820 CENSUS - SPARTANBURG DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
252  John Terry         2  2  0  0  0  1     2  1  2  0  1
270  John Terry         0  1  0  2  0  1     1  1  2  1  1
269  William Terry      4  3  0  2  0  1     2  0  0  1  0
252  William Terry      0  0  0  1  0  0     0  0  0  0  0
1830 CENSUS - SPARTANBURG DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 229 John Terry Sr.     00112001         00012001        9
pg. 251 Judah Terry        00121            0000001         5
pg. 304 William Terry      000001           00000001        4
1840 CENSUS - SPARTANBURG DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100                   
pg. 58  John Terry         0000001001       0010020001      5
pg. 161 Jude Terry         0                000000001       1
pg. 58  William Terry      0000001          000000001       12
1860 CENSUS - SPARTANBURG DIST:
Note:  The Terry listed in the index for this district is not a Terry.  The 
name is Tenise, or close thereto. JT.
1810 CENSUS - SUMTER DIST:            
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
226  David Terry        0  0  0  1  0     4  0  0  1  0     0
216  Eley Terry         0  0  0  0  0     1  0  1  0  1     4
226  John Terry         0  0  1  0  0     0  0  0  0  0     0
Editor's Note: In the Sumter Co. Will of James Richardson Sr. signed 28 Aug 
1803 and probated 7 June 1804 names wife Louisa and children one of whom was
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Susannah Terry. The Will of William Terry signed 2 Jul 1800 mentions wife 
Susannah Terry, brother Isham and father not named. Source: Leanardo Andrea 
papers, p. 8.
1820 CENSUS - SUMTER DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
123  Elenor Terry       0  0  0  0  0  0     0  0  0  0  1
122  Isham Terry        0  1  0  0  1  0     0  0  0  1  0
108  Micaj. Terry       2  0  0  0  1  0     2  1  0  1  0
Editor's Note: Will of William Terry signed 2 Jul 1800 probated 7 Nov 1800 
names wife Susannah and brother Isham Terry. Father not named; however, he 
willed rifle to father and in estate returns Joseph Terry bought rifle.
1830 CENSUS - SUMTER DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 114 Isom Terry         111              000001          7
pg. 121 Michajery(?)Terry  0001001          0010101         10
Note: These Terrys in Sumter District were left off the index.  When reading 
the original I could see why.  It is most difficult to read the hand writing, 
and they could easily have been mistaken for any name.  JT.
Editor's Note: A Micajah Terry received a Texas land grant in Dec 1839.
1840 CENSUS - SUMTER DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 8   James Terry        201001           0001010001      7
pg. 19  M. W. Terry        100001           20001           6
pg. 1   Simon Terry        00001            000001          12
Note: In the Sumter District index is a Sarha (Sarah) Terry listed on pg. 36.  
The name is very hard to read, however it is an exact match with the name just 
below it -- Eliza KEMP.  The name is Sarha (Sarah) KEMP.  JT.
1850 CENSUS - SUMTER DIST:
Date: 22 Nov.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
429 1915 1915  Simon Terry        W   M   38  Planter      SC    (1812)
               Ann     "          "   F   30               SC    (1820)



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1860 CENSUS - SUMTER DIST: Town of Sumter        
Date: 11 Jul.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
181 127  107   Sarah E. Terry     W  F  48  (NR)           SC    (1812)
               Jane Hodge         "  F  20  Seamstress     SC    (1840)
Date: 17 Jul.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
183 165  150   James Terry        W  M  54  Painter        SC    (1806)
               Wm. James Terry    "  M  24  Black Smith    SC    (1836)
               John H.     "      "  M  21  Farmer         SC    (1839)
               Sarah       "      "  F  16                 SC    (1844)
1800 CENSUS - WILLIAMSBURG DIST:  
                          Males             Females              
                       10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name              un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
820  James Terry       1  1  0  1  0     1  0  0  1  0     0
1810 CENSUS - WILLIAMSBURG DIST:
                           Males             Females
                        10 16 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
254  Champ Terry        1  0  0  1  0     2  0  0  0  2     0
1820 CENSUS - WILLIAMSBURG DIST:
                           Males                Females
                        10 16 18 26 45  +    10 16 26 45  +
Pg.  Name               un 10 16 16 26 45    un 10 16 26 45    Slaves
306  Champ Terry        0  0  1  0  0  1     0  1  0  0  1
306  James Terry        1  0  2  0  0  1     0  0  0  0  1
Editor's Note: A marriage settlement dated April 3, 1828 between James Terry 
and Mary B. McConnell....The trustee of the bride was William McConnell and 
James Gowdey. Wit: Charles Barnes. Source: Leanardo Andrea papers, p. 6.
1830 CENSUS - WILLIAMSBURG DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                     Slaves
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 250 George W. Terry    01101            11000010001     5
Note: Williamsburg District is in alpha order -- no neighbor relationships is 
possible. JT.


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1840 CENSUS - WILLIAMSBURG DIST:
5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100   +                    Slaves 
u  5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80  90 100
pg. 256 Geo. Terry         000011           00201           5
1850 CENSUS - WILLIAMSBURG DIST:                                 
Date: 26 Oct.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
155 574  574   George W. Terry    W   M   49  Laborer      SC    (1801)
               Sarah       "      "   F   46               SC    (1804)
               George      "      "   M    9               SC    (1841)
               Jaran Lamb         "   M   20  Laborer      SC    (1830)
               Elizabeth Lamb     "   F   17               SC    (1833)
               Malvena    "       "   F    1               SC    (1849)
               Ann Conner         "   F    6               SC    (1844)
Date: 1 Nov.
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
157 623  623   William D. Terry   W   M   27  Overseer     SC    (1823)
               Hester A.    "     "   F   28               SC    (1822)
               Martha E.    "     "   F    2               SC    (1848)
               Ann E.       "     "   F    1               SC    (1849)
               Wm. P. Kennedy     "   M   32  Laborer      SC    (1818)
1860 CENSUS - WILLIAMSBURG DIST: P.O. Murray's Ferry
Date: 16 Jul.                                                    
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
309 162  154   G. W.    Terry     W  M  59  Farmer         SC    (1801)
               S. W.      "       "  F  48                 SC    (1812)
               G. W.      " Jr.   "  M  18  Farm Laborer   SC    (1842)
               Nancy Conner       "  F  14                 SC    (1846)
(cond't)       A.   Lamb          "  F  11                 SC    (1849)
               J. L.  "           "  M  19                 SC    (1841)
               D. R.  "           "  M   5                 SC    (1855)
Date: 2 Aug (P.O. same as above)                                 
Pg. Dwl# Fam#  Name              Col Sex Age  Occu         BP     
318 301  286   W. L.  Terry       W  M  38  Farmer         SC    (1822)
               H. H.    "         "  F  40                 SC    (1820)
               M. W.    "         "  F  13                 SC    (1847)
               H. G.    "         "  F  11                 SC    (1849)
               W. C.    "         "  M   9                 SC    (1851)
               M. E.    "         "  F   7                 SC    (1853)
               W. S.    "         "  M   6                 SC    (1854)
               J. H.    "         "  M   2                 SC    (1858)

Note:  In using the printed indexes, if one feels (or knows), their people 
should be in a certain area and are not listed in the index, look in the film 
(original).  The indexes are "riddled" with errors. Even with my rechecking and 
finding many errors and many persons left out of the index, I don't feel 
comfortable with this completed listing. Always check you own county!  JT.
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THE FOLLOWING WAS SOMETHING I ADDED LATER AND WAS NOT IN THE JUNE 1986 ISSUE
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                 SOUTH CAROLINA TERRYS WHO REMOVED TO GEORGIA
CAMPBELL COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, ROBERSON W.            24        1826 SC  Page 429
TERRY, ELIZA                  21        1829 GA 
TERRY, NANCY CYNTHIA           2        1848 GA
[Note: Roberson Terry was a son of John and Antha Wright #404
TERRY, JOHN                   51        1799 SC   Page 404
TERRY, ANTHA                  45        1805 SC
TERRY, LOUISA                 26        1824 SC
TERRY, NANCY C.               21        1829 SC
TERRY, JOHN W.                20        1830 GA
TERRY, JOSEPH M.              18        1832 GA
RICHARDSON, MARTHA E.          8        1842 GA
CASS COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, WILLIAM E.             33        1817 SC   Page 162
TERRY, REBECCA                27        1823 NC   
TERRY, JOHN                   12        1838 NC
TERRY, JAMES                   8        1842 NC
TERRY, EDWARD                  1        1849 NC
TERRY, WILLIAM C.             35        1815 SC   Page 209
TERRY, NANCY                  30        1820 SC
TERRY, SARAH A.               12        1838 SC
TERRY, WILLIAM H.             10        1840 SC
TERRY, JANE                    8        1842 SC
TERRY, JOSEPH                  5        1845 GA
TERRY, CHARLES A.              3        1847 GA
COBB COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, NOAH                   36        1814 SC   (Page 225)
TERRY, MARTHA                 36        1814 GA
TERRY, JOHN H.                 9        1841 SC
TERRY, ALFRED                  7        1843 SC
TERRY, MARY F.                 6        1844 SC
TERRY, THOMAS F.               4        1846 SC
TERRY, MARTHA A.               1        1849 SC
DEKALB COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, WILLIAM                53        1797 SC   (Page 175)
TERRY, SARAH                  51        1799 SC
TERRY, JOHN S.                33        1817 SC
TERRY, PMELLIA                25        1825 SC
TERRY, JUNE                   22        1828 GA
TERRY, GEORGE                 19        1831 SC
TERRY, WILLIAM                17        1833 GA
TERRY, ANDREW                 13        1837 GA
TERRY, CHRISTOPHER            11        1839 GA
[Note: I believe this is a son of John W. Terry 1752-1834 and Priscilla Stokes 
of Chester SC--Editor.]
TERRY, STEPHEN                62        1788 SC
TERRY, RACHEL                 54        1796 SC
TERRY, ROSA                   33        1817 SC
TERRY, JAMES                  18        1832 GA
TERRY, GEORGE                 16        1834 GA
TERRY, PRISCILLA              12        1838 SC
KELLY, JAMES                  35        1815 GA carpenter
[Note: Stephen Terry, son of John W. Terry 1752-1834 and Priscilla Stokes of 
Chester SC. James Littleton Terry m. 03 Apr 1851 in DeKalb Co. Martha M. A. 
Medlock. They removed to Longview, Harrison Co. TX. George W. Terry m. 21 Aug 
1855 Elizabeth Lanier and removed to Tampa, Florida; he died Tampa ca. 1920.
FORSYTH COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, JUDAH                  74        1776 SC   (Page 147)
[Note: Living in home with Eliz. (1814) and Cornelius Cawley.]
TERRY, SETH W.                37        1813 SC   (Page 219)
TERRY, SARAH                  38        1812 SC
TERRY, HENRY                  18        1832 GA
TERRY, EMELIN G.              14        1836 GA
TERRY, YOUNG                  48        1802 SC   (Page 221)
TERRY, MARGARET               50        1800 SC
TERRY, JOSEPHINE              26        1824 SC
TERRY, GEO. WASH               4        1846 GA
KELLY, NANCY                  40        1810 GA
TERRY, WILLIAM                76        1774 VA   (Page 221)
TERRY, MARTHA                 60        1790 SC            
TERRY, MEUTADO                30        1820 TN
TERRY, SARENA                 26        1824 --
TERRY, STEPHEN                45        1805 KY   (Page 221)
TERRY, MARTHA [PARKINSON]     34        1816 SC
CONALY, SIDNEY                 8        1842 GA
CONALY, MARTHA                 3        1847 GA
COMPTON, SARAH M.              1        1849 GA
[Note: Stephen Terry m. 20 Aug 1840 Forsyth Co. GA Martha Parkinson. The other 
children are probably Stephen's Grandchildren.]
TERRY, JOHN F.                --        ---- SC   (Page 222)
TERRY, SUSAN                  23        1827 SC
TERRY, JOHN H.                 1        1849 GA
GWINNETT COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, JUDITH                 60        1790 SC   (Page 222)
ABBOT, SARAH A.                3        1847 GA
HALL COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, BIRD                   46        1804 SC   (Page 338)
TERRY, ARMINDA [BARTON]       26        1824 SC
TERRY, F.    (m)              14        1836 SC
TERRY, T.    (m)              13        1837 SC
TERRY, C.    (m)               7        1843 GA
TERRY, C.    (m)               3        1847 GA
TERRY, COLUMBUS                2        1848 GA
TERRY, E. T. (m)               -        1850 GA
[Note: Bird Terry m. Forsyth Co. GA 18 Mar 1847 Arminda Barton.]
HANCOCK COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, JAMES                  47        1803 IRE
TERRY, SARAH                  35        1815 SC
TERRY, JOHN                    1        1849 GA
HARRIS COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, FREDERIC J. H.         42        1808      (Page 067)
TERRY, MARY                   83        1767 SC
TERRY, ELIZABETH C.           50        1800 SC
TERRY, JOHN S.                44        1806 SC
     Mary (Sutton) Terry a niece of a Cary, and several of her children are 
listed together in Harris Co. GA 1850 Census on page 67. She married Stephen 
Terry and resided in Fairfield District SC. Her sons Frederic J. H., John S., 
Stephen/Samuel D. Terry are all listed as well as daughter Elizabeth C. Terry 
in her husband Stephen/Samuel's estate which was administered in Fairfield 
Dist. SC ca. 1807 and all of her children are listed.
TERRY, STEPHEN D.             56        1804 SC   (Page 067)
TERRY, SARAH Y.               57        1803 IRE
TERRY, MARTHA J.              18        1832 GA
TERRY, SARAH C.               16        1834 GA
TERRY, STEPHEN J.             15        1835 GA
TERRY, JACKSON P.             13        1837 GA
TERRY, JOHN D.                11        1839 GA
TERRY, FREDERICK               7        1843 GA
TERRY, HENRY S.               55        1795 SC   (Page 251)
TERRY, L.                     37        1813 GA
TERRY, P. H. (m)              11        1839 GA
TERRY, F. V. (f)               9        1841 GA
TERRY, C. H. (m)               8        1842 GA
TERRY, P. E. (m)               5        1845 GA
TERRY, S. P. (f)               4        1846 GA
TERRY, C. E. (m)               3        1847 GA
TERRY, M.    (f)               2        1848 GA
     He does not appear to be directly related to the above family from 
Fairfield Dist. estate.
MURRAY COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, WILLIAM                39        1811 SC   (Page 257)
TERRY, JULIA                  26        1824 NC
TERRY, DIANONA                10        1840 GA
TERRY, GEORGE W.               8        1842 GA
TERRY, WM. I.                  7        1843 GA
TERRY, SYRUS L.                5        1845 GA
TERRY, JOHN R.                --        1850 GA
[From will of Lewis Terry, probated 15 Jul 1851 Murray County Georgia, it 
appears that William is son of #262--Editor.]
TERRY, LEWIS                  80        1770 SC   (Page 262)
TERRY, CONSTANCE              85        1765 VA
TERRY, GEORGE                 39        1811 SC
TERRY, NANCY                  13        1837 SC
TERRY, MARY A.                 8        1842 GA
[From will of Lewis Terry, it appears that George is a son of #262--Editor.]
TERRY, ELIZ                   14        1836 SC   (Page 263)
TERRY, JOSEPH                 36        1814 SC   (Page 264)
TERRY, VIRGINIA               27        1823 NC
TERRY, AMENDO                  8        1842 GA
TERRY, SUSAN                   6        1844 GA
TERRY, MARY                    5        1845 GA
TERRY, THOMAS                  3        1847 GA
[From will of Lewis Terry, it appears that Joseph is son of #262--Editor.]
TERRY, DUNCAN                 34        1816 SC   (Page ??)
TERRY, WYGETTA                33        1817 SC
TERRY, JOSEPH                 12        1838 GA
TERRY, GEORGE                  6        1844 GA
TERRY, MARTHA                  2        1848 GA
[From will of Lewis Terry, it appears that Duncan is son of #262--Editor.]
MUSCOGEE COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, GARLAND B. C.          43        1807 GA  (Page 318)
TERRY, ELIZABETH (CHAPMAN)    38        1812 TN
TERRY, CHRISTIANA             15        1835 FL
TERRY, JOSEPH                 10        1840 GA
TERRY, HENRY CLAY              6        1844 GA
MOON, NANCY                   73        1777 SC
TERRY, SUSANNAH               63        1787 SC   (Page 333)
     Note: Susannah Lee (Powell) Terry living in the home of Sarah Ann 
Elizabeth (Terry) Frederick, her daughter, b. 1824 m. Muscogee Co. GA 28 Dec 
1845 Chas. Frederick b. 1823.  Susannah Powell m. GA 10 May 1806 Nathaniel 
Terry b. 1780, S/O Robert Terry and Susannah Sanders of Abbeville SC. rmt. 
Nathaniel Terry b. 1780, was the son of Robert Terry and Susannah Sanders of 
Abbeville SC. Robert was a son of Benjamin Terry and Elizabeth Irby of 
Pittsylvania Co. VA.
TERRY, DAVID                  35        1815 NC   (Page ??)
TERRY, MARY                   35        1815 SC
STEWART COUNTY GA 1850 CENSUS
TERRY, RICHARD H.             65        1785 SC  (Page ??) 
TERRY, ISABELLA A POWER       64        1786 VA
TERRY, SUSAN                  25        1825 GA
LUNSFORD, MAHALA              34        1816 GA
LUNSFORD, GEORGE               3        1847 GA
HOLT, JAMES                   19        1831 GA
HOLT, SARAH                   15        1835 GA
HOLT, WM.                     14        1836 GA
Note: Richard H. Terry m. 1808 Isabella Armstrong Powell. He was a son of 
Robert Terry and Susannah Sanders of Abbeville Dist. SC. 
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                SOUTH CAROLINA TERRYS WHO REMOVED TO ARKANSAS
1860 CENSUS ASHLEY COUNTY ARKANSAS
TERRY, T. O. D.      M W 32  (1828) SC
TERRY, J. S.         F W 37  (1823) SC
TERRY, A. A. W.      M W 11  (1849) SC
TERRY, M. M.         F W 08  (1852) SC
TERRY, S. A. A.      F W 01  (1859)  AC
NOTE: Page 85. This is Thomas Oliver P. Terry m. Jane Ragsdale who were originally from 
Greenville, SC.
1880 SOUNDEX ASHLEY COUNTY ARKANSAS
TERRY, W. S.                  H    49   1831 SC
TERRY, ELIZABETH              W    38   1842 MS
TERRY, B. F.                  S    20   1860 SC
TERRY, ELIZABETH M.           D    18   1862 SC
TERRY, MOLLIE O.              D    13   1867 SC
TERRY, W. R. W.               S    13   1867 SC
TERRY, S. A. E.               D     9   1871 SC
TERRY, M. K.                  D     7   1873 AR
TERRY, PETER J.               S     5?  1875 AR
*Note: Carter Township / 1:7:14:46. William S. Terry is a son of John McDowell 
Terry and Mary Graydon of Greenville County, SC.
TERRY, P. C. P.               H    52   1828 SC
TERRY, JANE S.                W    57   1823 SC
TERRY, M. L.                  D    28   1852 SC
TERRY, A. W.                  S    31   1849 SC
-----, ANNIE                  NR   25   1855 MO
BROWN, ELIZA                  NR   10   1870 AR
BROWN, ELIZA                  NR   37   1843 MS
-----, JESSE                  S    12   1868 AR
Carter Township/ 1:7:14:8
Note: This is Thomas Oliver P. Terry m. Jane Ragsdale who were originally from 
Greenville, SC.
TERRY, R. Y. H.               H    43   1837 SC
TERRY, S. A.                  W    35   1845 SC
TERRY, W. I.                  S     6   1874 AR
TERRY, A. E.                  D    5/12 1880 AR
Note: Carter Township / Hamburg Town / 1:7:12:43. Robert Y. H. Terry b. SC 27 
Mar 1837 is a brother of T. O. P. Terry. R. Y. H. Terry was a son of John 
McDowell Terry and Mary Graydon of Greenville-Laurens Co. SC. He married Sarah 
A. Pryor.

ARKANSAS CONFEDERATE PENSIONS:
TERRY, WILLIAM S.; 14390 TERRY, Nancy, b. 22 Feb 1840; Co. A., 6th Regt., S. C. 
Cav.; 1861-65; Application approved: 7 Aug 1914; Ashley Co.; Vet's death: 14 
Aug 1895.
1850 CENSUS HOT SPRINGS COUNTY ARKANSAS
TERRY, NICHOLAS     MW  56 (1794) KY    Teacher
TERRY, MARGARET     MW  59 (1791) SC
*Note: Dwelling 63. Fenter Twp.
1880 SOUNDEX JACKSON COUNTY ARKANSAS
TERRY, THOMAS T.              H    39   1841 SC
TERRY, MINNIE C.              W    27   1853 AR
TERRY, LILLIE J.              D     5   1875 AR
TERRY, WILLIAM T.             S     4   1876 AR
REESE, BARNEY                 SS    6   1874 AR
*Note: Bird / 6:139:3:8
1850 CENSUS INDEX MARION COUNTY ARKANSAS
TERRY, Annes         F W 25  (1825) SC
* Note: Head of household Thomas Terry. Page 126, Dwelling
627. Enumeration Date Nov 5, 1849.
WHITE COUNTY AR 1880 SOUNDEX
TERRY, GIDDEON P.             H    44   1836 AR
TERRY, SUSAN M.               W    37   1843 SC
TERRY, WILLIAM C.             S    14   1866 AR
TERRY, JAMES M.               S    12   1868 AR
TERRY, GRANDVILLE W.          S     8   1872 AR
TERRY, LUCY S.                D     6   1874 AR
TERRY, WILLIS                 S     2   1878 AR
TERRY, GEORGE H.              S    3/12 1880 AR
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