Harmon Brewer[1]

Male 1774 -

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  • Name Harmon Brewer 
    Born Between 1765 and 1774 
    Gender Male 
    • 1800 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 42
      Harmon Brewer
      (26-45) 1M 1F
      (0-10) 2M 2F

      1810 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 604
      Harmon Brewer
      (26-45)1M 1F
      (16-25) 1M 1F
      (10-16) 1F
      (0-10) 1M 4F

      1820 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 312
      Harmon Bruer
      (45+) 1M
      (10-16) 2F
      (0-10) 1M 2F
    Person ID i03318  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 3 Aug 2019 

    DNA Tests  17 DNA tests are associated with Harmon Brewer 

    Family Harmon Brewer,   b. Between 1765 and 1774 
     1. Minnie Brewer
    +2. Sampson Brewer
    +3. Sarah Brewer,   b. 1793,   d. 1880  (Age 87 years)
    +4. William M. Brewer,   b. 3 Nov 1793,   d. 7 Jun 1881  (Age 87 years)
     5. Susannah Brewer,   b. 29 Jan 1798,   d. 17 Apr 1879  (Age 81 years)
     6. Jennie "Jane" Brewer,   b. 1805
    +7. Elizabeth Brewer,   b. 1808
    +8. Noah Brewer,   b. 1814,   d. 1884  (Age 70 years)
    +9. Annie Brewer,   b. 1820
    Brewer Family of Moore County, NC - Miscellaneous Records
    Brewer Family of Moore County, NC - Miscellaneous Records
    The enclosed is a timeline and accounting of early Brewer references in Moore County and Cumberland County.
    Last Modified 21 Feb 2018 
    Family ID F1085  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Histories
    1815 Tax List, Moore County, NC
    1815 Tax List, Moore County, NC
    Earliest complete tax list for Moore County. It is a very large file and may take additional time to load. Courtesy of James V. Comer and the NC Archives. [Located in Treasurer and Comptrollers Papers, Box 6. Moore County]
    1818-1823 Tax List, Moore County, NC
    1818-1823 Tax List, Moore County, NC
    Tax List for District #1 and District #2. While the exact date is uncertain based on a comparison of several landowners it is estimated to have been taken between 1818-1823. This was handed down by the family of Richard Street, tax assessor. during the time period. It is a very large file and may take additional time to load. Courtesy of James V. Comer and the Moore County Library.
    1815 Petition Moore County NC Taxation.pdf
    1815 Petition Moore County NC Taxation.pdf
    1815 -- Petition, Nov-Dec 1815 General Assembly Session Records, Box 2 - Petitions
    The following citizens of Moore County petitioned the General Assembly regarding taxation and the valuation of property: [selected signers] John McAulay Junr., Robt, Graham, Ambrose Mainess, Leonard Furr, Jesse Ritter Senr., Allan McLane, Thos. Ritter, Jno, Ritter, Everet Ritter, Benajmin Dunn, William Wright, Alexander McIntosh, Neil McIntosh, Hector McNeill, Martin Martin, William Williamson, William Lewis, Amus Dowdy, Henry Stutts, Jams. Manes, James Morgan, Nord. Matheson, Malcolm Morison, Christopher Bethune, Norman McDuffey, Allan Morison, Alexanr. Morison, William Dunn (wet), Bartholomew Dunn Sr., Wm. Dunn, Saml. Dunn, Bartholomew Dunn Junr., John Newton, Normand McKinnon, Murdoch McAulay, Benjamin Britt, Christopher Stuts, Donald McLeod, Niel Matheson, David Richardson, Bartholo. Dun, Lewis Sowel, Melony Newton, William Sowel, Alexr. Morison, Stephen Davis, Burl Deaton, John McKinnon, Robert Melton, John Upton, John Smith, Jesse Brown, Jess Lankford, Niel McLeod, Norman McKinnon, Ansel Melton, Arington Sowel, Willis Dickinson, Thos. Dickinson, Jesse Carroll, Robert Cheek, James Cheek, Phillip Cheek, Joseph Farr, Matthais Teague, Benjn. Shields, Jno. Upton, Joseph Duckworth, John Carrel, Francis Myrick, James Harding, Willis Davis, Nathaniel Vick, Ansel Melton, John Martin, David Richardson, Harmon Brewer, Cornelius Kees, Jesse Brewer, Ambrose Brewer, Drewry Brewer, Abednego Maynor, Joseph Morgan, Alexr. Kennedy, William Hunsucker, George Kannedy, Levy Smith, George Hunsucker, Lennerd Stuts, David Caringer, James Williamson, Charles Brady, George Carringer, Jacob Carringer, Willis Brewer, Bradley Garner, Lewis Garner, John Garner, James Sowell, Georg Moore, David Kennedy, Benjamin Elkins, Adam Carpenter, Jonathan Bullock, Robert Burd, Nicholas Nall, Mikel Dickinson, Aaron Tyson, Thomas Graham (Capt.), John Overton, Ruben Shields, John Martin, George Fry, John McNeill, John Wadsworth, Wm. Feagin, Ignatious Wadsworth, Samuel Feagen, Thomas Feagen, John Carrell Junr., Benjin. Gilbert, David Overton, John Record, John Carrell Senr., Alexr. Carrell, John Gilbert, John Cheek, Joab Cheek, William Barrett JP, Wm. Cox, John Dunn, Eleazer Birckhead, Absalom Fry, John Daniely, Jesse Sowell, William Caddell, James Fry, Niel McLeod (Surveyor), Robert Graham Sen., Jason Wadsworth, Geo. Cox, John Sowell, James Holcomb, James Dowd, Jacob White, William Hardin, James Muse, Jason Muse, Benjn. Gilbert, Zachariah Smith, Thos. Muse, Kindred Muse, John Graham, Samuel Womble, James Elkins, Jas. Collins, Andrew White, Randal Cheek, Lewis Phillips, James Smith, James Handcock, Willis Elkins, Samuel Elkins, Solimon Phillips, Brother Carrell and Sterling Carrell.

  • Sources 
    1. [S19] Moore County, NC FamilyTreeDNA Group Project [http://www.familytreedna.com/public/MooreCountyNC/].
      Dave Brewer, a descendant of Solomon Brewer [1785 Moore County, NC - 1863 Wayne County, TN] manages the extensive Brewer DNA Project. The Brewers were some of the earliest settlers in northern Moore County and can be found on Deep River by 1754 when Howell Brewer was first issued a land grant. The Brewer families spread throughout Chatham, Randolph and Moore counties over the subsequent generations. Most of these families are believed to have descended from George Brewer [d.1744 Brunswick County, VA]and there are over 60 individuals who match the Y-DNA of George Brewer line. Separately, Ambrose Brewer [1753 Brunswick County, VA - c1855 Hancock County, TN] was a resident of Moore County, NC during the late 18th century and seems to be related to the George Brewer line but his descendants carry a different DNA signature indicating that while it is likely they were related they may not share common male ancestor.