||Enoch Spinks |
||Between Mar and May 1772
||Guilford County, NC
- 1755 -- Tax List, Orange County, NC
Enoch Spinks listed 1 white poll
1760, Aug 20 -- Granville Land Grants #6596, Orange County, NC
Josias Wallace entered 700 acres located on Fork Creek of Deep River including the plantation where Enoch Spink now lives.
1761, Mar 8 -- Land Grant #153, Orange County, NC
Enoch Spinks received 225 acres located on Fork Creek of Deep River. Jno. Lawrence and Jas. Latham were chain carriers.
1763, Jan 27 -- Land Grant #154, Orange County, NC
Enoch Spinks received 455 acres located on Fork Creek of Deep River. Thos. Gant and Jno. Higgins were chain carriers.
1763, Apr 7-- Land Grant #0494, Cumberland County, NC
William White received 50 acres located east of Wolf Creek. Hugh Johnston and Enoch Spinks were chain carriers. [Editor's Note: Never granted]
1763, Dec 23 -- Land Grant #456 and #636, Cumberland County, NC
Enoch Spinks received 250 acres located on both sides of Deep River including where Joseph Morgan lived. [Editor's Note: Enoch and Amy Spinks deeded to John Gardner 1764]
1764, May 17 -- Deed Book 2 Page 355, Cumberland County, NC
Enoch Spinks and wife Amy deeded John Gardner 250 acres located on Deep River including the plantation where John Gardner lives. Richd. Grove was a witness.
1764, Nov 21 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC
A road to be laid off from Bear Creek to Shuffill's path to join Spinx's road. John Williamson appointed overseer of the jury as follows: John Williamson, John Gardner, Enox Spinx, Leonard Hart, John Shuffill, Wm. Garner, Abel Lee, Jno. Huntsucker, Wm. Kee, Jno. Kigell, Jas. Johnston and Mic. Heart.
1765, May 14 -- Deed, Orange County, NC
William Searcey deeded Mary Pierce 100 acres proven by Enoch Spinks.
1772, Mar 20 -- Will, Guilford County, NC
Will of Enoch Spinks, Dec'd. Heirs: wife Amy [negro man Sampson], daughters Martha [lot of land including the storehouse that Southerland is possessed with] and Sarah, sons John [150 acres on Deep River and negro man Adam], Enoch [land on Fork Creek], Lewis [land and plantation I now live on], Rowley and Garrett. Executors: John Larrance, John Needham and Amy Spinks. Witnesses: John Lawrence, William Comb Jr. and Windsor Pearce. Proven May 1772.
||Moore County Wallaces
||23 Jul 2020 |
||Amy Pearce |
| || 1. Martha Spinks|
| || 2. Sarah Spinks|
| || 3. John Spinks, b. Bef 1761|
|+|| 4. Enoch Spinks, b. 25 May 1762, VA d. 18 Aug 1842, Randolph County, NC (Age 80 years)|
|+|| 5. Lewis Spinks, b. c1763, NC d. 1845, Lauderdale County, MS (Age ~ 81 years)|
| || 6. Raleigh Spinks, b. 1766, Randolph County, NC d. Clarke County, AL |
| || 7. Garrett Spinks, b. Bef 1772|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||1763 Land Grant, Orange County, NC #154 - Enoch Spinks|
||1761 Land Grant, Orange County, NC #153 - Enoch Spinks|
||1762 Land Grant, Cumberland County, NC # 456 & 636 - Enoch Spinks|
||1764 Road Order, Cumberland County, NC
1764, Nov 21 -- 1759-1765 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Cumberland County, NC. A road to be laid off from Bear Creek at Shuffill's path to join Spinx's road. John Williamson appointed overseer of the jury as follows: John Williamson, John Gardner, Enox Spinx, Leonard Hart, John Shuffill, Wm. Garner, Abel Lee, Jno. Huntsucker, Wm. Kee, Jno. Kigell, Jas. Johnston and Mic. Heart.
||1768 Petition, Cumberland and Orange Counties|
1768, Nov 11 -- Petition, Nov 1768 - Dec 1768 General Assembly Session Records
Petition of inhabitants of Orange and Cumberland counties to divide the counties and create a new county beginning at the intersection of Johnston, Orange and Cumberland county line running north 18 miles then west 42 miles, thence south 34 miles thence east 42 miles and north to the beginning. Signed by the following: [selected signers] James Riddle, Wm. Riddle, Christopher Yow, William Dickerson, Owen Dowd, William Barber, Nathaniel Powell, Joseph Fry, Howel Brewer, Geddin Gilbert, Joseph Gilbert, Warner Coleman, Lishey Lawley, Alexdr. Kennedy, Jeremiah Phillips, Lambert Reed, John Garner, Thomas Neddam, Enoch Spinks, John Larrance, John Needom, Thos. Kost, James Latham, Isom Melton, John Lawrence and Charles Golston. [Editor's Note: these were inhabitants of what would later become the counties of Moore, Chatham and Randolph – petition was rejected.]