(Cir 1781-After 1859)
Noted events in his life were:
1. Census, 7 Aug 1820, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3936 Henry Boggs household [maybe this one]:
2. Property, 4 Jan 1827, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. Deed from the heirs of the widow Councilman (dec'd), namely George Councilman of Guilford Co, George Thomas and his wife Catherine Thomas, and Henry Boggs and his wife Sally Boggs, all of Orange Co, to Jacob Isley of Orange Co. $200. 50 acres in Orange Co on waters of Rock Creek and joining Jacob Anthony, Peter Boggs, George Isley. (Alamance Co Deed Book 1, p180) I have a copy of this deed. [This suggests that George Councilman, Catherine Thomas, and Sally Boggs are all children of the widow Councilman.]
3. Census, 1 Jun 1830, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3937 Henry Boggs household [maybe this one]:
4. Census, 1 Jun 1840, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. 3938 Henry Boggs household:
5. Census, 5 Sep 1850, Upper Regiment, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. 3935
6. Property, 4 May 1859, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3474 This deed made the 4th day of May AD 1859 between Henry Boggs & his wife Sarah of the county of Chatham in the State of North Carolina of the one part and Jacob Isley of the county of Orange in the State afore said of the other part witnesseth that for & in consideration of the Sum of Seventy Dollars to the Said Henry & Sarah Boggs in hand paid by the Said Jacob the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledge, the Said Henry Boggs & his wife Sarah Boggs have bargained & Sold and do hereby bargain & Sell, alien confirm & release to the said Jacob Isley one fourth undivided part or (shire? maybe "share"?) in a certain tract or parcel of land into four equal parts to be divided which said land discended (sic) to George Councilman Katharine Thomas the wife of George Thomas Betsey Isley the wife of said Jacob and to the said Sarah Boggs as the heirs at law of Mary Councilman deceased and lies in the said county of Orange on the waters of Rock Creek adjoining the lands of Jacob Anthony Peter Boggs George Isley & others & bounded as follows; Beginning at a Post oak running thence 45 degrees west thirty four chains & fifty links to a stake thence north 45 degrees east nineteen chains to a persimmon thence South 45 degrees East thirty four chains & fifty links to a Red oak thence South 45 degrees west nineteen chains to the beginning containing fifty acres more or less to have & to hold to the said Jacob Isley & his heirs to his & their sole use and behoof and the Said Henry Boggs & his wife Sarah do hereby covenant to & with the Said Jacob Isley his heirs executors & assigns that the Said Jacob his heirs & assigns shall peaceably & genially hold and enjoy the lands herebby conveyed or intended to be conveyed against the lawful claims of themselves Said Henry & his wife Sarah their heirs or any other person or persons whatsoever. In testimony whereof they have hereunto set their hands & seals the day and year first above written.
Henry married Sally COUNCILMAN, daughter of Jacob* COUNCILMAN and Mary* UNKNOWN, on 12 May 1818 in Orange County, North Carolina, United States 3933.,3934 (Sally COUNCILMAN was born circa 1781 in North Carolina, United States 3935 and died after 4 May 1859 3474.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
1. Marriage, 12 May 1818, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3933 Boggs, Henry & Sally Councelman, 12 May 1818; Geo. Councelman, bondsman.
2. Marriage Bond, 12 May 1818, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3934 Henry Boggs and Sally Councelman, marriage bond date 12 May 1818, bond # 102535, Orange County, bondsman Geo Councelman, witness Michl Holt.