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|JENKINS , David 1779 Colony, SC Resident Old 96th DISTRICT|
|JENKINS , Edward 1783 Colony, SC Loyalists No Twp Listed|
|JENKINS , John 1716 Colony, SC Petitioner No Twp. Listed|
|JENKINS , John 1717 Colony, SC Petitioner No Twp Listed|
Shadrack Jenkins born <1766 four land plats: 141a Jackson's Br. sur. 11/1/1787 rec. 2/1/1789 Barnwell Bk. 8 p387; 141a by Wm. Weekly sur.1787 rec. -/1/1789 Barnwell Bk. 4 p54; 545a by Wickly's land sur. 4/4/1791 rec. 26/8/1791 Barnwell Plat Bk. 8 p356, & same by Stinger Barnwell Plat Bk. 4 p121. Please contact Jeri Jenkins Beil about this family.
Arthur Jenkins born <c1758 died c1802 (Genkins) of Barnwell Co. Arthur Jenkins 63a plat by John Cap sur. 25/2/1790 rec. 21/3/1795 Barnwell Plat Bk. 5 p100. Estate sale sold at $2728 23 May 1803 including expected purchasers, included one lot of books purchased by Miles Riley for $3, one sword & Epaulett (someone in this family was an officer) for $11 by Eli Myrick, & four negroes estate administered by Miles Riley 1 Dec. 1802 bundle 5 package 4 4-5. Will of Elizabeth Genkins 15 Dec. 1802, husband Arthur. Sons: Joseph Parker, Ashford, Son in law Miles Riley. Executors Miles Riley, Thomas Riley. Elizabeth Jenkins left a will 15 Dec. 1802: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Joseph Parker, & Ashford Jenkins, son in law, all my part of the property of my deceased husband, Arthur Jenkins. I think she meant by this that while she was the mother of Joseph Parker, she was Ashford Jenkins' stepmother. In other words, she was married to a Parker before she married Arthur Jenkins. I appoint Miles Riley & Thomas Riley executors. Wit: Owen Riley, Ashford Jenkins
Probate records of Arthur Jenkins: 2 May 1803 Miles Riley petitions to sell the estate to make a division as all heirs are of age. Inventory by George Kirkland, Stephen Roberts, Luke Ayer 26 April 1803: negro man Fasha? $400, negro man Rssia? $350, negro woman Cloe $350, negro boy Apsiu? $200, 50 head stock cattle 5/head $250, 1 bay mare ... ~$1675.
Deed book E page 394: We Elias Jenkens, Ashford Jenkens, Valentine Thomas, Mary Connell, Joseph Parker, and Lewis Thomas, of Barnwell Dist.. for $500 paid by Thomas Riley, Planter, on Great Saltketcher 3 miles below Moyes Bridge, sell 540 acres being part of tract containing 640 acres granted to Richard Creech and Wm. Buford on 2 Oct. 1786 and transferred from Wm. Buford to Arthur Jenkens which we hold as our lawful property being heirs to the estate of Arthur Jenkins (deceased). 12 Aug. 1808, signed Elias hisXmark Jenkens, Joseph Parker, Mary herXmark Connell, Lewis Thomas, Valentine hisXmark Thomas, Ashford Jenkins. Witnesses: John Gill, Eli Myrick, James hisXmark Brown. Recorded 1 July 1811.
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