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Descendants of Freeman ALLEN (?-1803)

Notes


2. Nancy ALLEN

Hancock County, GA, Court of Ordinary, Orphans & Guardians Returns--LDS Film #229,812:
Book B:
p. 016:
8 Feb 1814, received from Samuel LIVINGSTON, guardian of Nancy ALLEN orphan of Freeman ALLEN deceased, $293.30 in full her legacy. Signed: Thomas LIVINGSTON

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GEORGIA:
8th District:
p. 422B:
Household/Family #185/190:
Thomas Livingston, age 62, Farmer, $8000 real estate, born Green County GA
*Nancy Livingston, age 56, born Hancock County GA
Alfred A. Livingston, age 14, born Heard County GA
Adam J. Livingston, age 12, born Heard County GA
Thos. L. Stockton, age 8, born AR

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GEORGIA:
8th District, Post Office: Columbus:
p. 354:
Household/Family #417/417:
Thos. Livingston, age 72, Farmer, $7000 real estate, $13,000 personal property, born GA
*Nancy Livingston, age 68, born AR
Thomas S. Stockton, age 13, born GA


Thomas LIVINGSTON

Hancock County, GA, Marriages--LDS Film #222,074:
p. 10:
Thomas LEVINGTON & Nancy ALLEN, 19 Sep 1809 by William Maclellan J.P.

Greene County, GA, Tax Lists, 1809-1815--LDS Film #1,018,452:
County, land on Oconee below confluence with Appalachee also on the Ocmulgee, land on Oconee and Appalachee above the confluence, land on Ogechee from mouth of Buck Head Creek, oak & hickory land, pine land, water course, to whom granted or surveyed, to whom adjoining, free males, Negroes, doctors & lawyers, stock in trade, town lots, 4 wheel carriages, 2 wheel carriages, stud horses, amount
1809:
Capt. King's District:
Saml LIVINGSTON, Greene, 0-0-0-147-0, Ogechee, Williams, Livingston - 1
Adam LIVINGSTON, Greene, 0-0-175-0-0, Ogechee, Williams King - 1-6
Capt. J. Stewart's District:
Thos LIVINSTON - 1-1
Jno LIVINGSTON - 1-1
same as admr of Aaron LIVINGSTON dec - 0-6

Jones County, GA, Tax Lists--LDS Film #470,353:
1813:
Capt. Sylous Down's District:
Adam LIVINGSTON, 1 slave, 62 acres, Black Creek
Thomas LIVINGSTON, 2 slaves, 63 acres, Black Creek
1814:
Capt. Charles Evans' District:
Jeptha Hill, 2 slaves, 202 1/2 acres, Glady Creek
Milly CHAPMAN, 2 slaves, 202 1/2 acres
Capt. Silas Downs District:
Adam LIVINGSTON, 1 slave, 63 1/2 acres, Harricane Creek
Wm Huckabey's District:
Thomas LIVINGSTON, 3 slaves
1818:
Capt. Burkhalter's District:
Thomas LEVINSTONE, for Nancy Debose, admx of Lemuel Debose deceased
Aaron LIVINGSTON, minor, 1 slave, Putnam County
Thomas LIVINGSTON, 4 slaves, 110 acres, Walnut Creek
Adam LIVINGSTON, 5 slaves

1820 FEDERAL CENSUS, JONES COUNTY, GEORGIA:
p. 126:
Thomas Levingston household:
2 males age 0-10
1 male age 16-26
1 male age 26-45
2 females age 0-10
1 female age 16-26
6 slaves

Jones County, GA, Tax Lists--LDS Film #470,353:
1820:
Thomas LIVINGSTON, 2 slaves
Adam LIVINGSTON, 1 slave, 142 acres, Harrycane Ck
1821:
Capt. Jones Burkhalter's District:
Jesse LIVINGSTON, 1 slave, 490 acres in Aplin County
Capt. Andrew Cruthers' District:
Thomas LIVINGSTON, 6 slaves, 110 acres, Walnut Creek; 490 acres in Irwin
Capt. Marmaduke Grisham's District:
Jeptha Hill, 6 slaves, 202 1/2 acres, Glady Creek

Talbot County, GA, Deeds, 1828-1830--LDS Film #294,424:
Book A:
pp. 309-310:
2 Feb 1829
Jones Co, GA
Daniel Clifton to Thomas LIVINGSTON, both of Jones Co
for $400
202 1/2 acres
lot #210, 15th district, formerly Muscogee Co, now Talbot Co
granted to Nancy Wilmouth
deeded to Daniel Clifton, 19 Apr 1827
Wit: Edward Bowin, James Smith, Nathan Renfroe
signed: Daniel Clifton

1830 FEDERAL CENSUS, JONES COUNTY, GEORGIA:
p. 430:
Thomas Levingston household:
1 male age 5-10
1 male age 10-15
1 male age 15-20
1 male age 30-40
1 female age 0-5
1 female age 5-10
1 female age 10-15
1 female age 20-30
16 slaves

HEARD COUNTY, GA, by Lynda S. Eller, 1980:
1832 Land Lottery, living in Heard Co:
693 G.M.D. St. Cloud
Allen LEVINGSTON, LL-645 Paulding/Cobb, D2 S3 Gold
Thomas LEVINGSTON, LL-516, Lumpkin Co, D13 S15 Gold

Muscogee County, GA, Deeds, Books A-B--LDS Film #421,427:
Book A, 1838-1840:
p. 080:
15 Feb 1839
Shadrack Perry of Macon Co, Alabama, to Thomas LIVINGSTON of Muscogee County
for $14,300
#6 and 7 of 9th District and #6, 7, 15, and undivided half of 16 in 8th District, in aggregate 1112 acres
Wit: Moses Singuefield, G.W. Turentine, J.P.
Signed: Shadrack Perry

1840 FEDERAL CENSUS, MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GEORGIA:
p. 299:
Thos. Livingston household:
2 males age 5-10
1 male age 20-30
1 male age 50-60
1 female age 5-10
1 female age 10-15
1 female age 15-20
1 female age 50-60
19 slaves

Muscogee County, GA, Deeds, Books A-B--LDS Film #421,427:
Book B, 1840-1842:
p. 307:
James Ramsey to Robert Wood, 8 Jan 1842
lot #42 in 8th district bounded by McDougald east and McMunnins
land north
Wit: Thomas LIVINGSTON, James T. Stockton

Muscogee County, GA, Tax List, 1845--LDS Film #159,163:
Cannons District:
Thomas LIVINGSTON, 1 poll, 14 slaves, 202 1/2 ac, 202 1/2 ac, 80 ac, Muscogee
ditto as trustee for Kerin H. Howard children, 4 slaves

Muscogee County, GA, Tax List, 1847--LDS Film #402,292:
Pool & McCrary's District:
Thomas LIVINGSTON, 1 poll, 15 slaves, 202 1/2 ac, 202 1/2 ac, 202 1/2 ac, 101 1/4 ac Muscogee
ditto as guardian for Kerin Howard and children, 4 slaves

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GEORGIA:
8th District:
p. 422B:
Household/Family #185/190:
*Thomas Livingston, age 62, Farmer, $8000 real estate, born Green County GA
Nancy Livingston, age 56, born Hancock County GA
Alfred A. Livingston, age 14, born Heard County GA
Adam J. Livingston, age 12, born Heard County GA
Thos. L. Stockton, age 8, born AR

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GEORGIA:
8th District, Post Office: Columbus:
p. 354:
Household/Family #417/417:
*Thos. Livingston, age 72, Farmer, $7000 real estate, $13,000 personal property, born GA
Nancy Livingston, age 68, born AR
Thomas S. Stockton, age 13, born GA

Muscogee County, GA, Deeds, 1874-1876--LDS Film #421,439:
Book Q, 1874-1876:
pp. 186-187:
I, Thomas LIVINGSTON, am bound to William P. COLEMAN, for $10,000,
26 Feb 1861
William P. COLEMAN has delivered to Thomas LIVINGSTON his promissory note for $5,000, to be paid by 1 Jan 1865.  Should this note be paid, Thomas LIVINGSTON will give title in fee simple to following lots: lot no. 6 in 9th District and lot no. 6 & 7 in 8th district, and 100 acres of lot no. 15 adjoining lot no. 16 in 8th district of Muscogee County, containing 700 acres
Signed: Thomas LIVINGSTON
Wit: W.S. Green, Thos. L. Stockton

Muscogee County, GA, Wills--LDS Film #401,865:
Book A:
pp. 307-311, 319-320:
Will of Thomas LIVINGSTON,
to wife Nancy, plantation and negroes Ayry, Pompey, Georgia, also stock in Muscogee Rail Road Company
to William P. Coleman, negroes Ayry, Jim, Frank, Mack, Georgia Ann, with 1/2 to daughter Cynthia English
to son Alfred A. LIVINGSTON, negro Ann, 22, and child Laura, Green, negro age 21, Don 21; also north half of section 15 in Township 15, Range 29, Russell Co, Alabama, purchased from Howard & Billuss
to son Adam J. LIVINGSTON, negro girl Rose, age 21, Clark 21, and Sam 51; also $2200 from sale of plantation
to daughter Elizabeth Paulk, wife of Uriah Paulk, $1000 in discharge of a note against estate of late husband
to grandson Thomas L. LIVINGSTON, negro Mariah, 29, Scilla, 11, Sue 9; also $2000
appoint William P. Coleman guardian of Thomas F. Stockton, grandchild
to granddaughter Francis Emeline LIVINGSTON, $1000
to daughter Cynthia English, negro Margaret age 10
to daughter Catherine Coleman, negro Malinda age 8
to grandson Freeman Allen LIVINGSTON, $2000 when of legal age,
from sale of farm produce, implements, stock; 1/6 to granddaughter Francis Emeline LIVINGSTON; balance to grandchildren William A. LIVINGSTON, Georgia Ann LIVINGSTON and her sister Alabama Moffit LIVINGSTON when of legal age
proceeds from negro boy Wright, age 18, to Freeman A. LIVINGSTON, William A. LIVINGSTON, Georgia Ann LIVINGSTON, Alabama Moffitt LIVINGSTON
residue to daughter Catherine,
grandson Thomas L. Stockton to have horse or mule
sale of Becky to Elizabeth Paulk
Executors: Alfred A. LIVINGSTON, Adam J. LIVINGSTON, sons
30 Oct 1861
Signed Thomas LIVINGSTON
proved 13 Jan 1862

Muscogee County, GA, Letters of Administration--LDS Film #402,285:
Book B:
p. 363:
13 Jan 1862, will of Thomas LIVINGSTON exhibited, and administation granted to Adam J. LIVINGSTON one of the executors named in will


3. William Freeman ALLEN

HISTORY OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, GA, by W.H. Wolfe Associates:
pp. 390-391:
William Freeman ALLEN, 1795-1848, married 1818 Sarah A. Brooks, 1798-1874.  Issue: Churchill ALLEN, 1826-1916, m. (1) Martha E. Cleveland, 1825-1873, m. (2) Kate Bivens, 1-25-1876.
William Freeman ALLEN was son of Freeman ALLEN, died Hancock Co, GA, 1803.

Putnam County, GA, Deeds, 1814-1821--LDS Film #400,937:
Book F, 1817-1821:
pp. 025-026:
1 Jan 1817
John Clakely to William F. ALLEN, both of Putnam,
for $300, part of lot #135 in fourth district, formerly Baldwin, containing 40 acres
Signed: John Cleckler
Wit: John-x-Cates, James Espey J.P

Putnam County, GA, Deeds, 1818-1823--LDS Film #400,938:
Book H, 1818-1823:
pp. 172-173:
21 Oct 1818
John Cates to Wm F. ALLEN, of Putnam
for $1075
85 acres in 3rd district of formerly Baldwin, on Lick Creek, part of lot #266
Signed: Join-x-Cattes
Wit: John Johnston, James Espey JP

1820 FEDERAL CENSUS, PUTNAM COUNTY, GEORGIA:
p. 166:
William F. Allen household:
1 male age 0-10
1 male age 16-26
1 female age 16-26
2 slaves

1830 FEDERAL CENSUS, HENRY COUNTY, GEORGIA:
p. 202:
Wm. F. Allen household:
3 males age 0-5
1 male age 10-15
1 male age 30-40
1 female age 0-5
2 females age 5-10
1 female age 30-40
3 slaves

1840 FEDERAL CENSUS, TROUP COUNTY, GEORGIA:
p. 324:
William F. Allen household:
2 males age 15-20
1 male age 50-60
1 female age 0-5
3 females age 5-10
1 female age 10-15
1 female age 15-20
1 female age 40-50
2 slaves

Troup County, GA, Inferior Court Minutes--LDS Film #295,863:
Book C:
p. 134:
27 Nov 1848
Freeman ALLEN submits will of William F. ALLEN, dated 6 Oct 1848, and Thomas Frost and Benjamin Cleaveland two of the witnesses testify that William F. ALLEN was not of sound mind when making the will, also from testimony of Dr. Hampton W. Hill his attending physician, it is ordered that will be rejected
p. 138:
28 Nov 1848
Sarah ALLEN and Churchwell ALLEN apply for letters of administration on estate of William F. ALLEN
p. 139:
8 Jan 1849
Sarah ALLEN & Churchwell ALLEN granted letters of administration on estate of William F. ALLEN
p. 173:
3 Sep 1849
Churchill ALLEN, administrator of William F. ALLEN, given leave to sell estate
pp. 181-182:
13 Sep 1849
Jane ALLEN, orphan of William F. ALLEN, being 14 years of age, chose Churchill ALLEN as her guardian,
Churchill ALLEN appointed guardian of Sarah Frances ALLEN, orphan of William F. ALLEN,
Temperance Ann ALLEN, orphan of William F. ALLEN, chooses Valvase Thomason as her guardian,
Sarah ALLEN, the mother of Martha C. and Joseph ALLEN, orphans of William F. ALLEN, appointed guardian to them
p. 271:
7 Jul 1851
Churchill ALLEN and Sarah ALLEN, administrators of William F. ALLEN, apply for letters of dismission
p. 303:
March 1852
Letters of dismission granted to Churchill ALLEN & Sarah ALLEN, administrators of William F. ALLEN
Book D:
p. 195:
March 1856
Churchill ALLEN granted letters of dismission from guardianship of Sarah F. ALLEN
p. 242:
June 1857
Sarah ALLEN granted letters of dismission from guardianship of Martha C. ALEN


Sarah A. BROOKS

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, TROUP COUNTY, GEORGIA:
pp. 074A-074B:
Household/Family #208/67:
*Sarah Allen, age 52, $2500 real estate, born GA
Jane Allen, age 20, born GA
Ann Allen, age 18, born GA
Sarah Allen, age 16, born GA
Catherine Allen, age 14, born GA
Joseph Allen, age 10, born GA


18. William F. ALLEN

  There is no proof that William F. Allen was the son of William Freeman Allen and Sarah A. Brooks.

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, TROUP COUNTY, GEORGIA:
p. 074A:
Household/Family #206/65:
Arminda Garner, age 34, born GA
Elizabeth Garner, age 12, born GA
Amelia Garner, age 10, born GA
A.P. Craver, age 24, male, Merchant, $200 real estate, born GA
*Wm. F. Allin, age 22, Merchant, born GA


19. Jane ALLEN

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, TROUP COUNTY, GEORGIA:
pp. 074A-074B:
Household/Family #208/67:
Sarah Allen, age 52, $2500 real estate, born GA
*Jane Allen, age 20, born GA
Ann Allen, age 18, born GA
Sarah Allen, age 16, born GA
Catherine Allen, age 14, born GA
Joseph Allen, age 10, born GA


20. Temperance Ann ALLEN

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, TROUP COUNTY, GEORGIA:
pp. 074A-074B:
Household/Family #208/67:
Sarah Allen, age 52, $2500 real estate, born GA
Jane Allen, age 20, born GA
*Ann Allen, age 18, born GA
Sarah Allen, age 16, born GA
Catherine Allen, age 14, born GA
Joseph Allen, age 10, born GA


21. Sarah Frances ALLEN

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, TROUP COUNTY, GEORGIA:
pp. 074A-074B:
Household/Family #208/67:
Sarah Allen, age 52, $2500 real estate, born GA
Jane Allen, age 20, born GA
Ann Allen, age 18, born GA
*Sarah Allen, age 16, born GA
Catherine Allen, age 14, born GA
Joseph Allen, age 10, born GA


22. Martha Catherine ALLEN

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, TROUP COUNTY, GEORGIA:
pp. 074A-074B:
Household/Family #208/67:
Sarah Allen, age 52, $2500 real estate, born GA
Jane Allen, age 20, born GA
Ann Allen, age 18, born GA
Sarah Allen, age 16, born GA
*Catherine Allen, age 14, born GA
Joseph Allen, age 10, born GA


23. Joseph ALLEN

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, TROUP COUNTY, GEORGIA:
pp. 074A-074B:
Household/Family #208/67:
Sarah Allen, age 52, $2500 real estate, born GA
Jane Allen, age 20, born GA
Ann Allen, age 18, born GA
Sarah Allen, age 16, born GA
Catherine Allen, age 14, born GA
*Joseph Allen, age 10, born GA



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