NUTT, William*
(Abt 1707-1759)
UNKNOWN, Eleanor*
(Abt 1711-)
NUTT, Andrew
(Abt 1725-After 1804)


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1. UNKNOWN, Jannett
2. UNKNOWN, Margaret

NUTT, Andrew

  • Born: Abt 1725
  • Marriage (1): UNKNOWN, Jannett before Jul 1758
  • Marriage (2): UNKNOWN, Margaret before Feb 1766
  • Died: After 1804

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Appearance in Document, 19 Feb 1746, Augusta County, Virginia Colony. 3565 Andrew served on a jury on 19 Feb 1746 in Augusta County, VA, so he was probably born before 1726 (he had to be 21 to serve).

2. Property, 6 Apr 1753. 3565 Andrew Nutt received a land patent for 225 acres on E side of Catawba River.

3. Property, 23 Feb 1754. 2020 Andrew Nutt received a patent for land on the S side of Waxu Creek, including a spring.

4. Property, 1755. 2020 Andrew Nutt received 155 acres on the N branch of the Catawba River below the mouth of Twelve Mile Creek, bounded by Robert McCorkle's line, Sam'l Bournet's line, and William Nutt's line.

5. Property, 22 Jul 1758, Anson County, North Carolina, United States. 3565 Andrew Nutt and wife Janett of Anson county convey to William Brown ... land on the south side of the mouth of Twelve Miles Creek.

6. Property, 13 Feb 1766. 3565 Andrew Nutt and wife Margaret to William Barnett ... land in Waxhaw settlement on NE side of Cataba on the N side of Waxhaw Creek, including a spring ... 200 acres including where said Andrew Nutt now lives .. granted to Nutt 23 Feb 1754 (there is an indication that Margaret Nutt is the daughter of William Barnett)

7. Property, 20 Mar 1767, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States. 3565 William King and wife Mary Ann of Mecklenburg county ... to Andrew Nutt of same ... 155 acres part of tract of 640 acres on both sides of Waggon Road and N side of the Waxhaw Creek. Andrew Nutt and wife Margaret of Mecklenburg County to John Barkley of St Mark's Parish, Craven Co, SC ... 155 acres a part of 640 acres granted to William King on both sides of Waggon Road and N side of Waxhaw Creek.

8. Property, 1 Oct 1771, Craven County, South Carolina, United States. 3566 Land records show that Andrew had moved south into what was then Craven County, SC, -- later Kershaw County. On 1 Oct 1771 he received 150 acres on a branch of Beaver Creek. On 18 Nov 1771, Thomas Harrington of Craven County sold Andrew of same 150 acres on Cedar Creek on E side of Wateree River. The land was resold on 21 Apr 1790 by Andrew to his son Samuel.

9. Census, 1790, Lancaster County, Camden District, South Carolina, United States. Andrew Nutt with 2 M >16, 2 M<16, 2 females, 2 slaves. (Lancaster Co, SC)

10. Census, 1800, Kershaw District, South Carolina, United States. Andrew Nutt Sr living alone and born before 1755. (Kershaw Co, SC)

11. Appearance in Document, 24 Oct 1804, Kershaw District, South Carolina, United States. 3566 Andrew Nutt appears as witness to a deed in Kershaw County, SC.

12. Story. 3565 Birthdate, deathdate, wife names, marriage dates.


Andrew married Jannett UNKNOWN before Jul 1758.

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Story. 3567 Children were Andrew Jr (m. Jane Thomson), Matthew (m. Elizabeth), William (m. Jane), Samuel (b. SC 1766, m. Jennett Mackey).


Andrew next married Margaret UNKNOWN before Feb 1766.

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