Deceased
Deceased
(Cir 1715-Abt 1821)
GAINEY, Noel
(Between 1755/1774-Abt 1807)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. ROYAL, Sylvannah

GAINEY, Noel 5665,5703,5704,5705

  • Born: Between 1755 and 1774
  • Marriage (1): ROYAL, Sylvannah after 1800
  • Died: Abt 1807, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States 5703

   Other names for Noel were GAINY, Noel 5677 and GANEY, Noel 5674.,5706

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  Birth Notes:

Based on age in census records, should be born between 1755 and 1774.

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  Noted events in his life were:

1. Property: 125 acres, 3 Apr 1794, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Sampson Land Entry page 40. Noel Gainey enters 125 acres on W side of Great Coharey Cr, bordering Bartholomew Gainey.

2. Appearance in Document: Jury for Road, 11 May 1795, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Ordered that a new road be laid off and that James Westbrook, Westbrook Lee, Willis West, Francis Hill, Bartholomew Gainey, Noel Gainey, Elias Gainey, Abraham Gainey, and Joab Blackman be a Jury to lay it off. Ordered that Bartholomew Gainey, Joab Blackman, James Westbrook, Joseph Westbrook, John Gainey, Westbrook Lee, Willis West, and others work on the new road leading from the road just below Josiah Blackman's the most convenient way to the Cape Fear road between the Maple Branch and Cooper Vick's. (Sampson County Court Minutes 11 May 1795)

3. Appearance in Document: Road Crew, 9 Aug 1796, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. The workers for a new road from Kill Peacock Swamp to the old road "near Gainey's" include Bartholomew Gainey's hands, Abraham, Elias, and Noel Gainey, all working under Bartholomew. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

4. Property, 16 Aug 1797, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Deed from Luke Smith to Noel Gainey. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

5. Property: Bought 150 acres, 22 Aug 1797, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. 5707 Deed from Bartholomew Gainey (a "labourer") to Noel Gainey. 150 pounds for 150 acres being "One Certain tract of land and part of Two other tracts the whole tracts Lying On the West side of Great Cohara." The first tract began "by the side of the swamp By John Stouts Corner as then Was Running thence along Stouts line." etc. Deed mentions "Jumping Run (sic) Branch." "the side of the branch by the great Road." and Coharie Swamp. Land was "granted to Bartholomew Gainey letters Patent Bearing Date" 21 April 1764. Deed states: "the Other two parts or tracts of land Joining the above land the former and the two latter parts of tracts including all the land I Now possess On the West side of the Run of great Cohara." Wit.:Joab Blackman and Willis Lee. Dated: 22 August 1797. Proved 2 Feb 1798.

6. Property: Buys 150 acres, 16 Nov 1797, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Deed from Bartholomew Gainey to Noel Gainey, 150 acres. Deeds from Bartholomew to Abraham and Elias on same date. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

7. Property: Granted 125 acres, 23 Nov 1797, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. 5704 Noel Gainey, 125 acres in Sampson County NC, grant 596, issued 23 Nov 1797, entry 418, entered 20 Dec 1794, joining William Ball and Nellis Nurts lines.

8. Property: Granted 200 acres, 24 Nov 1797, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. 5705 Noel Gainey, 200 acres in Sampson County NC, grant 601, issued 24 Nov 1797, entry 1208, entered 22 Jan 1797, on both sides of Little Cohera.

9. Appearance in Document, 15 May 1798, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Noel Gainey reported delinquent for not providing a list of taxable property in 1797. He is listed with 250 acres and 1 black poll. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

10. Appearance in Document: Jury, 15 May 1798, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. There is to be a new road from Great Cohary near Bartholomew Gainey's to Black River at McCloud's Ferry. Jurors to set off road include Noel and Abraham Gainey. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

11. Appearance in Document: Road Overseer, 14 May 1799, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Noel Gainey appointed overseer of some unidentified road work. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

12. Property: Sold 100 acres, 14 Aug 1799, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Deed from Noel Gainey to David Grantham, 100 acres. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)



13. Census, 1800, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. 5677 Noel Gainy household includes:
1 male 26 to 45
no others

14. Appearance in Document: Road Overseer, 11 Feb 1800, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Noel Gainey is overseer of a road. The road borders Noel Gainey, Bartholomew Gainey, "Gainey's Race Paths". Editor's note says this road is in NE Sampson Co near present-day Newton Grove. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

15. Property: Granted 100 acres, 3 Apr 1800, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. 5706 Noel Ganey, assignee of James Smith, 100 acres in Sampson County NC, grant 870, issued 3 Apr 1800, entry 1214, entered 2 Jan 1797, beginning at a black gum.

16. Appearance in Document, 12 May 1801, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Alexander Benton is elected constable in Capt. Gainey's company. (Sampson Co Court Minutes) [this is the earliest reference to Capt Gainey in the court minutes. Later we find out that it refers to Noel Gainey.]

17. Appearance in Document, 9 Feb 1802, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. An entry in the court records refers to Capt Noel Gainey. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

18. Property: Sold 159 acres, 12 Nov 1806, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Deed from Noel Gainey to James Sandifer, 159 acres. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

19. Probate, 11 Aug 1807, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Sylvannah Gainey requested administration on her deceased husbands estate. A committee was identified to set off 12 months provisions for her as widow of Noel Gainey. (Sampson Co Court Records)

20. Property: Bought 42 acres, 12 Aug 1807, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. Deed from William Honeycutt to Noel Gainey, 42 acres. (Sampson Co Court Minutes) [This record is recording a deed that could have been agreed to prior to Noel's death, or this could be a different Noel Gainey]

21. Probate: Inventory of Estate, 20 Aug 1807, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. 5703

22. Probate, 9 Feb 1808, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. John Jackson returned an account of sale of estate of Noel Gainey, deceased. (Sampson Co Court Minutes)

23. Appearance in Document, 8 Aug 1808, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. John Jackson appointed guardian of two minor children of Noel Gainey, deceased, named Royal and Josiah. (Sampson Co Court Records)

24. Probate: Division of Estate, 19 May 1810, Sampson County, North Carolina, United States. 5703 On 19 May 1810, estate divided equally between Silvanah Gainey (widow of Noel), and children Royal Gainey and Josiah Gainey.


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Noel married Sylvannah ROYAL after 1800.




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