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We are researching Philip Hinson, who, based on his 1771 will and geographical proximity, might be the father of Kizannah Hinson, who married Micajah Pickett. The citations listed below were recorded in a variety of locations, from central Virginia to the border between North and South Carolina. If they all refer to the same Philip Hinson, then he moved or traveled a lot.

1735 On 20 Feb, Phillip Hanson, not this one who was not old enough to own land, owned 320 acres in Bladen District on ye E side of NW River above Rockfish Creek, joining Michael Blocker and the river. [1] Map NW River in NC [2].

1741 On 2 May, Phillip Henson, perhaps this one, purchased 640 acres in Bladen County on the north-east side of P.D. (peedee) River joining John Hix(?) and the River. [3] This was land that was first in Bladen County NC and became Anson County NC by 1750, and later on became Chesterfield County, Saint David's Parish, Cheraws judicial district, South Carolina after the border survey of 1764. (see note dated 1767)[4] Map Pee Dee River in NC.

1748 Philip, William Sr, Shadrack, and Nimrod Henson were soldiers in the Amelia County, Virginia militia. [5]

1748 On 28 October, Benjamin Dumas of Louisa County, Virginia purchased land adjoining that of Phillip Henson on North Pee Dee River. [6]

1749 on 20 Dec 1749, Phillip Hinson, planter of Anson County, North Carolina, sold to Benjamin Dumas (Deumer), of Louisa County, Virginia, 50 acres on the north side of the Great PeeDee River for 12 pounds of proc. money (the southeast part of said tract). Witnessed by John Dennen, William, Beddinfiled, and Henry Beddingfield. [7][8] A quit rent record indicates that on 20 December, Phillip Hinson sold 50 acres to Benjamin Dumas. The original grant to Phillip Hinson was 600 acres. [9] Phillip Hinson was named in a Memorial for 640 acres on the Pee Dee River in Bladen County, North Carolina, dated 20 May, 1772. [10]

1750 On 23 October, Land originally sold to John Williams by Jasper King was described as opposite that of Phillip Henson. [11]

1751 Land belonging to John Clark in Bladen County, near the Great Pee Dee River, was described as near that of Philip Henson, perhaps this one. [12][13]

1755 "...released and conveyed the aforesaid 250 acres unto the said Philip Hanson for 300 pounds as in conveyance bearing date 21 & 22 March 1755...and whereas the said Hanson is desirous of having an absolute release from the said William and Elizabeth Kirkland, his wife, and any title or claim...for the sum of 10 shillings have relinquished quit claim and given up all right and title. signed William Kirkland" see 1768 entry [14]

1755 On 16 January, Philip Hinson, defendant, was fined in Halifax County, Virginia for not appearing regarding the estate of Isreal Bates, George Carrington executor. [15]

1756 Philip Henson, perhaps this one, witnessed a deed: James Coward of Anson Co, to Archibald Graham of same, (lease s5, release L50)...108 A, part of 3312 A on N side Pee Dee River, granted 27 Sept 1756...James Coward (seal), Wit: Ambrose Stille, Elisha Parker (P), Philip Henson. [16]

1758 Phillip and William Henson were members of Captain Ellis' Company in Albemarle County, Virginia. [17][18]

1758 On 1 July, Benjamin Dumas 140 Acres, On the NE of Pee Dee River, joins Philip Hensons. [19]

1760 The inventory of the estate of Phillip Henson Jr was made by Penelope Henson in Anson County, North Carolina. Caution: there may have been more than one person named Phillip Henson in the area. [20]

1763 Philip Henson (both Jr. and Sr.) were taxed in Anson County, North Carolina. Bartlett, Banjamin, and Isum were also taxed, perhaps Phillip's brothers, since Philip's sons were too young to be taxed, according to the birth dates available here. [21][22]

1764 Phillip Hinson, planter of Anson County, North Carolina, sold 590 acres in Bladen County, North Carolina on the Northeast side of the PeeDee River, beginning at a hickory on the lower corner of John Hix's land, then east 110 chains to a pine; south 80 chains to another pine; west 50 chains to a red oak; then along the river to first station; part of the 640 acres granted 22 May 1741 to said Hinson. Sold to Claudius Pegues, planter of Craven County, for 862.10.0 pounds of South Carolina currency. [23](See 1741 and 1767 entries)

1766 Daughter Kizannah Hinson married Micajah Pickett Jr. Land owned by Phillip Hinson (see 26 October 1767 and 1784 deeds in these notes) was near land of Micajah Pickett Sr (see 1766 survey of Ambrose Mills in marriage notes of Micajah Pickett married to Winifred Beasley and 1810 land sale in marriage notes of Micajah Pickett married to Kizanna Hinson) about this time, so they lived near each other.

1767 On 11 Feb, the estate of Claudius Pegues was settled and the land of Philip Henson was described as being in Blades County, North Carolina, which became Anson County, North Carolina, and then became Craven County, South Carolina. [24](See 1741 and 1764 entries) Map North-South Carolina boundaries [25].

1767 On 25 April, Phillip Henson purchased land from William Kirkland of Craven County, South Carolina. 1768 On 14 July, Philip Hanson paid 10 shillings to William Kirkland. Witnessed by Bartlett Hanson, Christain McKaime and Mary Moor. Sworn to John Gaston, justice of peace. [26][27]

1767 On 26 October, [Phillep] Phillip Henson purchased 100 acres in Mecklenburgh, North Carolina, joining the west side of main Broad River and Thomas Hooper, including a little island [28]. Map Green tributary of Broad River in NC-SC [29].

1768 On 29 April, Phillip Henson, perhaps this one, purchased 100 acres in Mecklenburgh, on the north side of Green River, on both sides of Walnut Creek, joining the Reynolds upper line [30] Map Green tributary of Broad River in NC-SC [31]. This patent was cited in a 1784 deed from John Scoot to James Jeffrys for 100 acres on both sides of Walnut Creek, between Hinson's and Reynolds' line. [32]

1768 Philip Henson advertised: "Some Years ago I married Mary, the daughter of Julius and granddaughter of William Saunders, both of Albemarle county." ... Philip Henson claims that he and wife Mary are the heirs of several Negros from the estate of William Sanders, to be inherited after the death of William's widow Mary. Meanwhile, William's son Julius has seized the slaves and is claiming them as his own. Philip warns others not to buy these slaves from Julius, because they do not belong to Julius. [33][34] Photocopy Philip Henson named father-in-law Julius Saunders, Newspaper notice.

1770 A survey of land between Wateree and Dutchmans Creeks, Craven Co, South Carolina, made for Philip Hinson on 22 January, 1770, was cited in a plat to Abediah Hinson, dated 6 February, 1786. [35]

1770 Philip Hinson to Claudius Pegues. Lease and Release. [36]

1772 On 15 May, land of John McKeeny in Tryon on the west bank of Broad River bank was described as joining that of Philip Henson. [37]

1772 On 20 May, Philip Hinson memorial for 640 acres on Pee Dee River, Bladen County, North Carolina. Also named John Hines and Governor Johnson. [38]

1772 On 20 May, Benjamin Dumas memorial for 140 acres on Pee Dee River. Also named Philip Hinson and Arthur Dobb. [39]

1772 On 22 May, Claudius Pigues, memorial for various tracts of land in North Carolina, now part of South Carolina. Also named Philip Hinson and several other persons and places. [40]

1776 Philip Hinson, account audited (file 3625C) of claims growing out of the American Revolution. [41]

1777 Phillip Hinson's will was written at Saint David's Parish, Kershaw Co, South Carolina [however, several of the people named in this will lived in Fairfield Co]. It was executed in 1784. The typed transcription from the North Carolina Archives is transcribed here. "In the Name of God Amen. I - Phillip Hinson of Saint Davids Parish in the - Province of South Carolina being of perfect Sense and Memory thanks be unto almightly God for the same but calling to mind the certainty of death and uncertainty of this transitory Life and knowing it is appointed for all Men once to Die do make and Ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say Principally and First of all I recommend my Soul into the Hands of Almighty God that gave it trusting thro? the merits of my blessed redeemer to meet with a joyful resurrectiion And as to my Body I recommend to the Earth to be decently Buried at the discretion of my Executors herein after named. and as touching such worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased Almighty God to bless me with this Life I Give Devise and Bequeathe in a manner and form following - Imprimis I Give and Bequeathe unto my -- Beloved Wife Mary my Manor Plantation two Negroes Viz. Harry and Judith together with one third of all my cattle, all my Hoggs, Horses and - Household Furniture during her natural Life and at her decease to be equally divided amonst my Six Sons Benjamin, Bartlett, John, Isham, Obidiah and Charles Hinsons except my lands herein after Given / to them and to their Heirs and afsigns forever. Item I Give and Bequeathe unto my Eldest Son - Benjamin Hinson one Negro Girl named Patience to him and to his Heirs and Afsigns forever. Item I give and Bequeathe unto my Son John Hinson one Negro Girl named Belila to hold to him his Heirs and afsigns forever - Item I Give and Bequeathe unto my Son Isham -- Hinson Three Hundred Pounds S. Currency to be raised out of my Estate to hold to him his Heirs and assigns forever - Item I Give and Bequeathe untio my Son Charles Hinson one Negro Girl named Charity to hold to him his Heirs and assigns forever Item I Give and Bequeathe unto my Daughter Rosanna Pickett one Negro Boy named Jemmy which she now has in her Possession. Item I Give Devise and Bequeathe unto my son Obidiah all my Lands including the Plantation whereon he now lives and at the decease of my Wife the Manor Plantation whereon I now live to hold to him his Heirs and assigns forever Item I Give Devise & Bequeathe unto my Grand Son William Hinson Thirty Shillings Currency - Lastly I do hereby appoint my two sons Benjamin and John Hinsons Sole Executors of the my last Will and Testament hereby revoking disannulling and making void all former and other Wills by me heretofore made ratifying confirming and holding good this my last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof the Testator hath hereunto set his Hand and affixed his Seal this 21st Day of January Anno Domini 1777 Sign`d, Sealed publish`d and Declared by the Testator to be his last Will and Testament In Presence of us Thomas Dickson, Stephen Tomkins, Francis Tomkins. Phillip (x) Hinson (Seal). Proved in Cheraw Dist. by Thomas Dickson before Wm Pegues, 20 Nov 1784. Warrant of Appraisement, 26 Nov 1784 to John King, John Wats, Thomas Gaven, Charles Johnston & John Hollis. Sworn 10 Dec 1784: John King, John Woods, and Thomas Gaven, before Chas. Pickett, JP. Appraisement, 10 Dec 1784. Purchasers at sale 20 Dec 1784: John Henson, Obadiah Henson, Bartlett Henson, Thomas Gaven, John Hollis Junr., Isaac Gibson, Charles Graham, Nathan Sanders, Henry Sanders, Charles Pickett, John Lewis. Balance due from Jeremiah Jaggars, John Chasnut. Dedimus to William Pegues Esqr. of Cheraw District, to qualify Exr. 10 Nov 1784. Qualified John Henson, 20 Nov 1784(1785?). [42][43][44][45][46][47] Photocopy page 1 and Photocopy page 2, Philip Hinson will.

The name in the will, of the daughter married to Pickett, is unclear. She was named Rosanna, according to the SC Ancestry magazine or Kenianna, according to Holcomb. See for yourself: Photocopy Segment of image of the will of Phillip Hinson. Other documents in the same handwriting (image 134 for John King and image 242 which names grand daughter Ruth) make it clear that the first letter of the name is  "K", not "R". [48]

1779 John Henson, perhaps a son, and Benjamin Dumas (see 1758 deed), among many others, signed a petition to divide Anson county into two parts at the Pee Dee River. [49]

1784 On 23 September, "Philip (X) Hinson, Senior of Camden Dist., SC, to his grand daughter Mary Hinson, daughter of Bartlet Hinson of said district and State, for love, good will and affection, one Negro girl named Sarah “now being in my possession.” Dated 23 Sept. 1784. Wits: John Yarbrough and Henry Sanders. Proved by Henry Sanders 11 Oct. 1784 before John Winn, Esq., J.P. Recorded 17 Sept. 1792. [50]

1784 Land on Walnut Creek between Reynolds and Hinson's line, originally patented by Phillip Hinson in Rutherford County, North Carolina on 28 Apr 1768, was sold by John Scoot on 17 April. [51] Another tract on Green River on both sides of Walnut Creek adjoining Ambrose Mills was sold by John Scoot on 7 April. [52] This places land of Phillip Hinson near land of Ambrose Mills, which was adjacent to land that Micajah Pickett Senior owned in 1766.

1784 In October, Phillip Hinson [Henson], perhaps this one or his son, was on a jury in Rutherford County, North Carolina. [53]

1785 Philip Henson was on the tax list for Rutherford County, North Carolina. [54]

1785 In April, Phillip Hinson, perhaps this one or his son, was a witness in a court suit on behalf of William Robbins in Rutherford County, North Carolina. [55]

1785 In October, Phillip Hinson [Henson] was on the jury in Rutherford County, North Carolina. [56]

1786 In January, Phillip Hinson [Henson] was on the jury in Rutherford County, North Carolina. [57]

1786 In April, Phillip Hinson [Henson] was on juries in Rutherford County, North Carolina. [58]

1786 In April, Mary Hinson brought a court suit against James Miller in Rutherford County, North Carolina. The plaintiff called and failed to appear. Non suit. The jury consisted of most of the same men listed in the jury that Philip Hinson was on for other court cases, but this jury did not include Philip Hinson (perhaps to avoid conflict of interest). [59]

1787 Mary Henson (perhaps the widow of Phillip Henson) bought land in Fairfield, Camden District, South Carolina. [60]

1790 On 11 July, Thomas Good sold to Philip Hinson, for 25 pounds, 80 acres on both sides of little fork of Dilles Creek near Sharp's line in Rutherford County, North Carolina. Recorded 25 August 1792. Land granted 19 July, 1788 to Thomas Good. [61][62]

1790 Mary Hinson, perhaps this one, lived in Camden District, South Carolina [63]. Sons Bartlett and Obadiah were listed in the same district.

1800 c Mary Saunders Henson died while living in Camden District, Fairfield County, South Carolina.

1802 Mary Hinson sold land in Rutherford County, North Carolina to Jacob Walker. [64]

1877 "The scalping of Mrs. Henson - Last week we stated that an Indian axe had been brought into our office which had been found near the place where Mrs. Henson was scalped in olden times. This statement has called forth many inquiries and for the information of all we will state: Mrs. Henson, wife of Philip Henson, was killed by Indians near the Warrior Ford on Upper Creek, and the axe spoken of was plowed up by Mr. Bartlett Sisk, while subsoiling. Not only this axe, but arrows have from time to time been plowed up at the same place. Mrs. Henson was at the spring washing thread, so the tradition goes, when the Indians came upon her. Mr. Henson was in the field at work at the time and, hearing the screams of his wife, ran to her assistance, but found her scalped when he reached her. He, with some of the neighbors, pursued the Indians some distance into the mountains, capturing and killing one or two of the redskins "Burke Blade" [65]. Note that this story describes Mary's husband pursuing the Indians, which is inconsistent with the death of Phillip prior to Mary's death.

Here are some maps, to help place the counties and rivers:
Website historical districts, counties, and parishes of South Carolina.
Map North Carolina river watersheds.
Map South Carolina river basin (Freshwater Fishes by Rohde Arndt Foltz Quattro).
Map North and South Carolina [66].
The Pee Dee and Broad River watersheds are in both North and South Carolina.

Research notes:

1635 Immigration: sailed in April from London, England to Barbadoes. Philip Hinson was named as being transported by William Chapline during the colonization of Maryland. Chapline died 1669. [67]

1758 In September, William Henson and Philip Henson were on the militia roster of the Virginia Colonial Militia of Albemarle County in the company of Capt. James Nevil. [68][69]

1758 In September, Bartlet Henson was on the militia roster of the Virginia Colonial Militia of Bedford County. [70]

1771 Micajah Hinson [transcription error for either Micajah Pickett or Philip Hinson?] was named on a land grant map in Craven Co, South Carolina to David Nelson. [71]

1781 The Henson family may have been involved in the Revolutionary War. William and Phillip were cited as members of Capt. Ellis's co. made up of inhabitants of Albemarle County, Virginia. Map Revolutionary War: 1781 Cornwallis campaign [72]

1793 On 2 December, Nathan Sanders wrote his will in Fairfield County, South Carolina. Bartlett Henson and John Allison were named executors. Thomas Alexander Watson and Benjamin Henson were witnesses. [73]

To Do: See "The Old Hinson Story", Olde Mecklenburg Quarterly, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1989.

Footnotes:

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[26] Fairfield County South Carolina Deed G9-11

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[32] Caroline Heath Davis, Rutherford County, North Carolina Abstracts of Deeds 1773-1795 (1973), 55, citing deed I-398, no 944, [Google Book].

[33] Newspaper, The Virginia Gazette, Williamsburg, Virginia: 8 September 1768, page 3, column 1.

[34] Virginia Gazette Archival images online, 1768, page 3, [Virginia_Gazette].

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[41] South Carolina Department of Archives and History, [Abstract], [Image], [Search].

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[48] FamilySearch.org, image of Camden, South Carolina estate Book A1-257, [FamilySearch_Record].

[49] Larry W. Cates, "Legislative Petitions, 1779 Sessions, Part III," North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal 38 (2012), 259-260.

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[53] Hedy Hughes Newton, Rutherford County North Carolina Abstracts of Minutes Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions 1779-1786 (1974), 88, [Google Book].

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[59] Hedy Hughes Newton, Rutherford County North Carolina Abstracts of Minutes Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions 1779-1786 (1974), 125, [Google Book].

[60] South Carolina, Fairfield deed A-519 30 Aug 1787 From "Some Geneological Records" by Revill. not seen

[61] Caroline Heath Davis, Rutherford County, North Carolina Abstracts of Deeds 1773-1795 (1973), 55, citing deed I-416, No 962, [Google Book].

[62] USGenWeb Archives, Deed/E-I/416/1792, [USGenWeb].

[63] US census, 1790

[64] USGenWeb Archives, Shf/18-19/99/1802, [USGenWeb].

[65] Newspaper, The Raleigh Register, August 7.

[66] Henry Mouzon, An accurate map of North and South Carolina (London, Printed for Robt. Sayer and J: Bennett, 1775), [Library_Congress].

[67] Mary Selden Kenned, Seldens of Virginia and Allied Families, Volume 2 (1911), 468, [Google Book].

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[72] Library of Congress

[73] FamilySearch.org, Fairfield County South Carolina Will 2-44, Apt 7, File 210, Wills 1785-1865 page 94 (image 210), [FamilySearch_Record].


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