THE RIVER COUNTIES QUARTERLY
1973 ed. 1839 Humphrey Co. Tax List
p. 169 Wm. D. Carnall
p. 171 HERBERT CARNAL
1975 ed p. 37 - old account book at Reynoldsburg - 1st County seat of Humphreys Co. - customers October 1822 - one listed was HUBBARD KARNEL.
1976 ed.p. 6 1842-50 John W. Carnell Elected Constable in District 6; his securities were HUBBARD CARNEL; Whitbea White, Nimrod Hooper.
Vol. VI, No. 2, April 1777
p. 83 Adkins, Drury of Dickson gets land in Pittsylvania Co., Va., 80 acres from Thomas Parker and his wife Nelshy (Nishy), William Parker and Jean Parker his wife, William Hooper and Leah Hooper his wife and Elizabeth Kelly of Humphreys County. Witness: James M. Parker HUBBARD CARNELL, George G. Hays.
p. 87 Plant, John of Humphreys gets land from Edward Gwinn of Stewart (?) Co., agent for Jacob Garrison, land on White Oak Creek; mentions Bailey Hooper's N'west corner. Thomas Shaw, David Mills, HUBBARD CARNAL, Joshua Parker; made 6 Sept 1820, reg 11 May 1821 (p436).
p. 147 CEARNALL - p. 27 - 3 May 1852, E. M. Warren Guardian for Laona Parker, minor heir of HUBBARD CARNALL, deceased, received $53 of John W. Cearnall, former guardian. (Ed. note: This surname is Carnell today but the name was not hard to read, was definitely Cearnall.)
p. 148 CEARNALL (pp69,70) Settlement with John W. Cearnall, formerly guardian of Rufus N., P. M., A. G., M. D., E. C., and Leony Parker (Children of John Parker) minor heirs of HUBBARD CEARNALL, deceased. He is still guardian of M. D, A. G., and E. C. Parker; made 11 Aug 1852.
p. 152 CEARNALL (p.93) Settlement made with James M. Parker, guardian of P. M. Parker, a minor heir of HUBBARD CEARNALL, decd., returned 1 Dec. 1852.
p. 234 CEARNALL (p. 159) Settlement made with E. M. Warren, guardian for Leoni Parker, minor heir of HUBBARD CEARNALL, decd,retd. 3 May 1853.
p. 254 from Selective Gleanings from Camden, Tenn newspapers1882-1932 by Jonathan K. T. Smith...William Dixon Carnel born Person Co., N. C. Feb. 14, 1800 and died 2 miles north of Waverly, 20 Sept. 1833; moved with father, HUBBARD CARNEL and family to Tenn. in 1819. Married Angelina McCracken in 1828; joined Methodist Church at Mt. Vinson on Little Richland Creek.
p. 3 Parker - page 328 - Settled with James M. Parker, guardian of P. M. Parker, minor heir of HUBBARD CEARNALL, deceased. 1 Dec. 1854.
p. 5 CARNELL, CEAMALL - 340 - John Edwards guardian of A. G. Parker, minor heir of HUBBARD CARNELL makes report 24 Jan. 1855.
North Carolina Marriages - Caswell County
p. 14 Parker - page 438 - Settled with E. M. Warren, guardian for Leona Parker, minor heir of HUBBARD CEARNALL, 5 Nov.1855
p. 16 CEARNALL - page 464 - Settled with James M. Parker, guardian of P. M. Parker, minor heir of HUBBARD CEARNALL, 1 Dec. 1855.
p. 16 CEARNALL - page 465 - Report made by William M. Cooley, guardian for Leona Parker, minor heir of HUBBARD CEARNALL, deceased, 8 dec. 1855.
HUMPHREYS COUNTY CEMETERY BOOK Jill Garrett & Gladys Anderson
John Parker died before Sept. 1847, when J. W. Carnell was made guardian of his minor heirs: Wm. H., Rufus N., Montgomery D., Asa W., Catherine E., Leona, & P. M. Parker.
There were 2 marriage listings for an ELIZABETH DIXON in Caswell Co. before her marriage to HUBBARD CARNEL. It is not known if she was previously married:
Elizabeth Dixon - Joseph Boman 1 Mar 1790 Bond - Robert Bowman
Elizabeth Dixon - Nathaniel Williams, Jr. 26 June 1792
Bond - Robert Harris
ELIZABETH DIXON - HUBBARD CARNELL 21 Jan 1797
Bond - HUBBARD CARNEL & Henry Mitchel
Know all men by these presents that we HUBBARD KERNELL & HenryMitchell are held and firmly bound unto His E?? Saml Ashe --esquire Governor & in the full sum of five Hundred pounds to be paid to the said Samuel Ashe-- and his successor in office and Assign. To the which payment is well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our Heirs Exer etc. To witt and firmly by these presents unto with our seals Dated the 21st day of January Ano Dom. 1797
The Condition of this obligation is such that where as the above bounded HUBBARD KERNILL - hath the day of the date hereof obtained a license to be Joined in Holy Matrimony with ELISABETH DIXON. therefore then shall be no lawful Impediment why the said HUBBARD KERNALL - and ELISABETH DIXON - should not be lawfully Joined together in Holy Matrimony. That then the above obligation shall be void. Otherwise to remain in full force and effect.
Signed Sealed & HUBBARD CARNAL SEAL
in Presence of Henry Mitchell SEAL
N. E. Murphy
1790 Census Halifax Co, Virginia 1800 Census Person Co., N.C.
Patrick Carnal HUBBARD CARNAL
8 males under 16 years (HUBBARD) 1 male under 10 years
1 male over 16 years 2 males 16 - 26 years
1 female 1 male 16 - 45 years
1 female under 10 years
1 female 16 - 26 years
1810 Census Person Co, NC 1820 Census Humphreys Co., Tenn
1 male under 10 years HUBBARD KERNEL
1 male 10-16 years 1 male under 10 years
1 male 26-45 years 1 male 10-16 years
4 females under 10 years 1 male 16-26 years
1 female 10-16 1 male 45 years & up
1 female 26-46 3 females under 10 years
3 females 16 - 26 years
1 female over 45 years
1830 Census Humphreys Co., Tenn 1840 Census Humphreys Co., Tenn
(same pg as James M. Parker & p. 230 5th District
Mary - widow of Joshua Parker) HUBBARD CEARNAL
HUBBARD CEARNAL 1 male under 5 years
1 male 5 - 10 years 1 male 15 - 20 years
1 male 15 - 20 years 1 male 30 - 40 years
1 male 50 - 60 years 1 male 60 - 70 years
2 females 15 - 20 years 1 female 20 - 30 years
1 female 20 - 30 years 1 female 60 - 70 years
1 female 40 - 50 years
1850 Census Humprheys Co, Tenn
HU52-191 1 female 60 - 70 years
John W. Carnal & family
ELIZABETH (HUBBARD's wife) 75 N.C.
PERSON COUNTY N. C. COMPILATIONS Kendall 975.6573K
p. 45 Taxtables for 1795 - St. Luke District
Richard Carnal Edmund Dixon
HUBBARD CARNAL Archibald Carnal
THE HERITAGE OF PERSON COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA
p. 189 The Carnell Ancestry 422...
HUBBARD CARNAL, born c. 1760's in Va., married ELIZABETH DIXON on Jan. 21, 1797 in Caswell Co., N. C. ELIZABETH was born in Va. c. 1775. Nine offspring were born to them. Four known children were born in N. C.: William Dixon Carnell b. Feb 14, 1800 in Person Co., N. C.; John W. Carnell B. Jan. 9, 1808; Edmund Dixon Carnell; Mildred A. Carnell b. Sept. 17, 1816.
HUBBARD CARNAL farmed in N. C. but decided to migrate to Tennessee. In 1819 HUBBARD CARNAL and his family settled in Reynoldsburg, Humphreys Co., Tn. Reynoldsburg was later absorbed by Waverly, Humphreys Co., Tn. when Waverly became the county seat. There they continued farming. HUBBARD CARNAL died in 1845 and is buried at the Carnell cemetery, Waverly, Humphreys Co., Tn. His widow ELIZABETH DIXON CARNAL, lived with her son, John W. Carnal, until her death before 1860. She is also buried at the Carnell Cemetery.
Edmund Dixon, Sr. and Descendants 166
...ELIZABETH DIXON b. c. 1775 in Va., m. HUBBARD CARNAL
(CARNELL), son of Patrick and Mary Carnal of Caswell Co., N. C., Jan. 21, 1797, Caswell Co., N. C. They migrated to Humphreys Co., Tennessee in 1819. HUBBARD and ELIZABETH DIXON CARNELL had nine children. ELIZABETH died before 1860 and is buried in Humphreys Co., Tennessee.
1849 Humphreys County, Tennessee Guardianship p. 238
State of Tennessee) Humphreys County ) I have this day made statement with John W. Carnell Guardian for W. H. Parker, Rufus N.Parker, W. L. Parker, A. G. Parker, P. M. Parker, E. C. Parker and Laona Parker minor heirs of HUBBARD CARNEAL DECEASED and report as follows to wit.
I find the guardian charged on settlement made him with him as executor of the last will and testament of HUBBARD CARNELL deceased with the sum of three thousand one hundred and eighty five dollars 67 5/6 cents of which sum the above named minors with two others is entitled to one Eights part which is three hundred and ninety eight dollars & 20 3/4 cents I take 2 shares as the above which is 398.20 3/4 8
Interest on the above for 2 years is 39.16 3/4
I find the guardian entitled to the following credits, to wit paid clerks fees for 2 Bonds $ 1.00
I allow the guardian for his trouble & clerks 10.00 fee for making & according this settlement 1.37 1/2
Subtract twelve dollars 37 1/2 cents from three hundred and forty six dollars ninety three and one half cents will leave in the hands of the guardian the sume of three hundred and thirty four dollars 56 cents $334.56 and of which sum the guardian produced the receipt of William H. Parker one of the above named wards for forty seven dollars and 80 cents which would have in hand, of the guardian the sum of two hundred and eighty five dollars 76 cents due the heirs $285.96 All of which is respectfully submitted this 11 August 1849
C. E. Harris Clerk
1851 Humphreys County, Tennessee Guardianship p. 535-6
State of Tennessee) Humphreys County ) I have this day made settlement with John W. Cearnell Guardian to Rufus W., M. L., A. S., P. M., C. C, & Laona Parker minor heirs of HUBBARD CEARNELL and report as follows to wit. I Find the Guardian charged on a former settlement with the sum of two hundred and eighty five dollars 76 cts made on the 11th day of August 1849
Interest compounded is 35.32
I find the guardian entitled to the following credits to wit
The Guardian as allowed for his trouble $10.00
Clerks fee for making & recording this settlement 1.40
Take eleven dollars and forth cents from three hundred and twenty one dollars and eight cents will leave in the hands of the Guardian the sum of three hundred and nine dollars sixty eight cents
All of which is respectfully submitted this 11th August 1851
C. E. Harris Clerk
1854 Humphreys County, Tennessee p. 328
State of Tennessee) Humphreys County ) I have this day made settlement with James M. Parker, Guardian for P. M. Parker, Minor Heir of HUBBARD CEARNALL Decd and by law to report as follows (To wit) I find the Guardian Charged on settlement made with Him as the 1st of December 1853. With the sum of fifty one Dollars and sixty cents.
Interest in the above sum for 12 months is 3.09 1/2
I find the Guardian entitled to the following Credits (to wit)
I allow the guardian for his trouble 2.09 1/2
Paid Clerk for making & recording this settlement 1.00
$ 3.09 1/2
subtract three dollars and nine and one half cents from fifty four dollars and sixty nine and one half cents will leave in the hands of the Guardian the sumof fifty one dollars and sixty cents $51.60
All of which is respectfully submitted
This the 1st day of December 1854
Levi McCollum, Clerk
1855 Humphreys County, Tennessee p. 340
State of Tennessee Humphreys County To the worshipful the County Court of said County I John Edward Guardian for A. G. parker Minor heir of HUBBARD CEARNALL, Decd beg leave to make to your worships the following Report, Towit, that I have received this day from D. H. White, Executor of John W. Cearnall Decd who was the former Guardian for said Minor the sum of sixty Dollars & twenty five cents, it being the amount due said ward from said CEARNALL Decd $60.25All of which is respectfully submitted this the 24th day of January 1855 John Edwards Guardian sworn to before me this the for A. G. Parker
24th day of Jany 1855
Levi M. Collum, Clerk
1855 Humphryes Co., Tennessee p. 421
State of Tennessee Humphreys County I have this day made settlement with E. M. Warren guardian for Leoni Parker, Minor heir of HUBBARD CEARNALL Deceased, and beg leave to report as follows, to wit, I find the guardian charged in a former settlement made with him on the 3rd of May 1854 with the sum of fifty three dollars $53.00
Interest on the above sum for 12 months is 3.18
I find the following credits to wit
I allow for his trouble $ 2.18
Paid Clerk for making & recording this settlement 1.00
subtract three dollars & Eighteen Cents from fifty
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