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1797 Deed dated June 22, 1797 from Elizabeth Thomson, Adam Thomson, Susana Johns, John Shumake, John Thomson, Nancy Thomson, Samuel Thomson, Sarah Thomson, and Elizabeth Thomson Jr. all of Rutherford County, North Carolina to Henry Montague 50 acres on the east side Green River. Recorded Dec. 10, 1805. This land was purchased from James Miller by Samuel Thomson on July 10, 1786. (Rutherford County North Carolina Deed 23-384)
1800 Micajah Pickett and Susannah Johns signed an agreement to live together. This document was witnessed by Adam Thompson. This document refers to land on Whiteoak Creek that Micajah owned.
1807 Deed dated Sept. 21, 1807, from Adam Thomson, Samuel Thomson, lawful heirs of Samuel Thompson, deceased. Adam and Samuel Thomson of Christian County Kentucky, and John Thomson of Bourbon County, Kentucky, to Thomas Lyles, 178 acres on south side Green River including mouth of White Oak Creek & all improvements where the widow Thomson formerly lived, it being a patent of 200 acres granted to Robert Large Feb. 24, 1775, and conveyed by deed to Samuel Thomson, deceased. (Rutherford County North Carolina Deed 24-141, recorded Dec. 29, 1807)
Deed records in Rutherford County, North Carolina indicate that Susannah Johns was the daughter of Samuel Thomson/Thompson and wife Elizabeth. There are several court records in the 1780's that show Samuel Thomson with a wife Elizabeth. (Reported in the genealogy.com Pickett message board on September 26, 2004 by Karen Hagar)(FHL Pedigree Resource File - Compact Disc #18, Pin #121788)
Susannah was married to Mr. Johns before her partnership with Micajah.