Benjamin Roebuck & Mary G. Willis
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BENJAMIN ROEBUCK, II and his wife MARY G. WILLIS are on the record as constitutional members of the Unity Baptist Church, Roebuck, South Carolina, when it was organized in 1802. They were dismissed by letter in 1842 when they moved from South Carolina to Mississippi.

MARY G. WILLIS had a brother, Edward Willis, who married Catherine Roebuck, a sister to her husband BENJAMIN ROEBUCK, II.

BENJAMIN and MARY had a daughter, Martha Roebuck, who was known to be bald-headed and bearded.

BENJAMIN ROEBUCK, II, is buried in the William Andrew Jackson Steele family plot at the Hopewell Primitive Baptist Cemetery a few miles from Sarepta, Mississippi.

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REGISTER MESNE CONVEYANCE OF SPARTANBURG CO, SPARTANBURG, S.C.

Deed Book D pg. 346             Deed Book D pg 348                 Deed Bk D pg. 351

Isaac Hendrix                          Isaac Hendrix                              Isaac Hendrix

to BENJAMIN ROEBUCK                 to BENJAMIN ROEBUCK                     to BENJAMIN ROEBUCK

 

Deed Book D pg. 353             Deed Book P pg. 431                 Deed Book Q pg. 78

Isaac Hendrix                                       BENJAMIN ROEBUCK                          BENJAMIN ROEBUCK

to BENJAMIN ROEBUCK    to Richard Willis                         to John Mason

 

Deed Book K K pg. 531         Deed Book O O pg. 646

BENJ. F. ROEBUCK             B. F. ROEBUCK

to Warren D. Pearson             to Sally Roebuck

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1800 Spartanburg S. C. Census                 1810 Spartanburg S. C. Census

BENJAMIN ROWBUCK                         BENJAMIN ROEBUCK

1 male 16 - 26 years                                   2 males under 10 years

1 female 10 - 16 years                                 1 male 16 - 26 years

                                                                   3 females under 10 years

1820 Spartanburg S. C. Census                   1 female 16 - 26 years

BENJAMIN ROEBUCK                             1 female 45 years & older

1 male under 10 years

1 male 16 - 18 years                                     1830 Spartanburg S. C. Census

1 male 16 - 26 years                                     BENJAMIN ROEBUCK

1 male 26 - 45 years                                     1 male 40 - 50 years

4 females under 10 years                               3 females 5 - 10 years

1 female 10 - 16 years                                   2 females 10 - 15 years

1 female 26 - 45 years                                   1 female 15 - 20 years

                                                                    1 female 10 - 50 years

 

1840 Spartanburg S. C. Census                 1850 Cass County, Georgia Census

BENJAMIN ROEBUCK p80                     p. 210

1 male 50 - 60                                             BENJAMIN ROEBUCK 65 M W SC

1 female 15 - 20                                           MARY 65 F W SC

1 female 50 - 60

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BENJAMIN ROUCK             Know all men by these presents that I

To No 69                                 BENJAMIN ROBUCK of the State of South

John Mason                             Carolina and District of Spartanburgh for

and in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars to me in hand paid by John Mason of the District and State aforesaid The receipt is hereby acknowledged. I the said BENJAMIN ROBUCK have bargained, granted sold and released and by these presents do bargain grant sell and release unto the said John Mason a tract of land containing sixty three acres (more or less) situate in the District aforeward on the north side of Jimmie's Creek, beginning on a Hickery and running north 44 E 16 Chains to a Hickery thence south 58 E 4.50 to a Willow thence north and east 17 chains to a Hickery thence N 2476.6 chains to a stake thence N 80 E 14 chains to a Hickery thence S 20 E 125 to a red oak thence S 67 W15 chains to a Spanish Oak on a branch thence the various courses of said branch to the beginning bounded on the east by Jno King's land, Northward by J. M. Reynold's, Mark Langstons & Richard Gentry lands of the West by David King's land & on the south by George Robuck's land together with all and singular the privileges and profits thereof To have and to hold the aforesaid tract of land without any manner of trouble from and the said BENJAMIN ROBUCK my Heirs and Assigns and lastly I do hereby bind myself my Heirs, executors, Administrators and assigns to warrant and forever defend the aforesaid tract of land with all and singular the privileges and profits thereunto belonging into the said John Mason his heirs and from myself my heirs etc and from all and every person what soever Witness my hand and seal this 20th day of February 1816

Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of

Wm Posey

James Mason                     BENJAMIN ROBUCK SEAL

State of South Carolina Spartanburgh District Personally came William Posey before me and made oath that he saw the within deed of conveyance executed from BENJAMIN ROBUCK to John Mason for the said & purpose within mentioned and that he saw James Mason the other subscribing witness sign with himself sworn to and subscribed before me this third of August 1818

Wm Underwood JP Wm Posey

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BENJAMIN ROBUCK          State of South Carolina         Know all men by

To No 413                              Spartanburgh District             these presents that

Richard Willis                                                                  I BENJAMIN ROEBUCK of the State and District

30th March 1818                                                         aforesaid for and in consideration of the sum of three

 hundred and fifty dollars to me paid in hand by Richard Willis of the State and District aforesaid and have granted bargained and sold by these presents do bargain sell and release unto the said Richard Willis his heirs and a tract of land containing one hundred and fourteen acres more or less situate lying and being in the District aforesaid on the north side of James Creek beginning at a at the head of a branch South 10 to 16 & chains to a 6, South 4416.2 chains fifty links to a red Oak, S. 16 chains to a Red Oak So 516.17 chains to a ash No 20 E 6 chains thence down the branch to a white oak No 748 5 chains 40 links to a Hickery No 26 E 13 chains to a Hickery No 55 S40 chains to a white Oak thence up the branch to the beginning corner. Bounded East by Samuel Floyds land south by Richard Gentrys land & by John Shimers land north by James Masons land together with all and singular the privileges and profits thereof To have and to hold the aforesaid Tract of land without any manner of trouble from the said B. ROBUCK my Heirs and assigns or any other person or persons and lastly I do hereby bind myself my heirs Executors and Administrators and assigns to warrant and forever defend the said Tract of land with all and singular the privileges and profits thereunto belonging unto the said Richard Willis his heirs and assigns against myself my heirs and every other person whosoever lawfully claiming the same or any part thereof as witness my hand and seal this 19th October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Seventeen Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presents of us

Test         Edward Willis

Starling Willis                         BENJAMIN ROBUCK SEAL

 

State of South Carolina             Personally came Starling Willis before

Spartanburgh District                 me and made oaths the law directed that

                                                he saw BENJAMIN ROBUCK execute the

within conveyance to Richard Willis and also that Edward Willis was a subscribing witness together with himself Sworn to and subscribed this 9th day of March 1818

 

ROEBUCK  LINEAGE

CONAWAY  HOMEPAGE